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Shale Drilling Creates Natural Gas Supply Boom By Giles Lambertson

Setting a ‘Benchmark’ in Automation Technology…16

CEG CORRESPONDENT

Synthetic cap installation on completed fill area.

Orlando Hospital Gets Utility, Infrastructure Upgrades…18

Airport Project Uses Smart Environmental Component By Mary Reed CEG CORRESPONDENT

Pot omac Landf ill Expa nds Opera tion s…33

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

North Carolina’s Asheville Regional Airport expansion project features an environmentally responsible component: the use of coal combustion products as fill material. A regional partnership composed of the

The New York town of Marcellus was named for a Roman general, not for the town’s outcropping of natural gas-bearing shale. These days, excited general contractors or construction equipment dealers don’t give a hang about the general. He never sparked a construction boom. The shale did. Running southwest from Marcellus, the thick layer of Devonian black shale takes the Marcellus name and dives deep under Pennsylvania and adjacent states. Oil companies using 21st-century technology have begun to plumb DRILLING see page 12

airport, Raleigh, N.C.-based utility company Progress Energy Carolinas Inc. and Charah Inc., of Louisville, Ky., cooperated on the project, which began in 2009 when the airport identified opportunities to develop a new taxiway and general aviation commercial parcel in the southwest portion of the airport property. see AIRPORT page 20

A retention pond takes shape at a well site.

Truck & Trailer Section .... ..................................23-26

Construction Spending Declines in May

Attachments Section27-30

By Derek Kravitz AP REAL ESTATE WRITER

Crushing, Screening & Recycling Section ....33-43 Business Calendar ........56 Auction Section ......58-65 Advertisers Index ..........66

WASHINGTON (AP) Builders began work on fewer projects in May, led by steep declines in apartment construction and less spending by state and local governments. Construction spending declined 0.6 percent in May to a seasonally adjusted annual rate of $757.9 billion, the Commerce Department said July 1. That put overall spending barely above

an 11-year low hit in February. And it is roughly half the $1.5 trillion pace considered healthy by most economists. Analysts say it could be another four years before construction returns to healthier levels. The weak construction spending data showed Americans are reluctant to both build and buy. Home construction fell 2.1 percent. But much of the decline was because an equal decline in apartment building, which can be volatile from month to month. Construction of

single-family homes dropped 0.3 percent. Spending on government projects fell for the eighth consecutive month. The 0.8 percent in May dropped government construction spending to a seasonally adjusted $276 billion annual rate, the weakest pace since February 2007. State and local governments accounted for all of the declines in government spending. They have been cutting back on building projects as they deal with large budget deficits. see SPENDING page 48


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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

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USED EQUIPMENT Doug Wilson 704-562-2032 Email: doug.wilson@ascvolvo.com Asphalt / Paving / Concrete Equipment 2007 1999 2008 2007 2008

VOLVO PF6170, 1649 Hrs ................$255,000 BLAW-KNOX PF161, 9715 Hrs ..........$27,000 VOLVO PF6110, 1176 Hrs..................$240,000 VOLVO PF6110, 704 Hrs ..................$270,000 VOLVO PF6110, 1013 Hrs ................$270,000

Compaction Equipment Combination 2007 INGERSOLL-RAND CR30, 121 Hrs ....$52,000

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South Carolina: Columbia North Charleston Piedmont

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BOMAG BW145PDH-3, 157 Hrs..........$61,000 BOMAG BW177PDH-3, 130 Hrs..........$78,500 BOMAG BW211PD-40, 967 Hrs ..........$79,000 INGERSOLL-RAND SD77DX, 170 Hrs$72,500 INGERSOLL-RAND SD122F, 738 Hrs $97,000 BOMAG BW211PD-40, 772 Hrs ..........$77,000 BOMAG BW177PDH-3, 224 Hrs..........$72,000 VOLVO SD45F, 9 Hrs ..........................$69,000

Compaction Equipment Smooth Drum 2007 VOLVO SD77DX, 114 Hrs ....................$85,000 2007 BOMAG BW211D-40, 497 Hrs ............$87,000 2008 VOLVO DD90HF, 716 Hrs ..................$120,000 2008 VOLVO DD138HF, 1288 Hrs ..............$128,000 2005 HYPAC C840C, 720 Hrs ......................$67,000 2007 BOMAG BW177D-3, 146 Hrs ..............$85,000 2007 HYPAC C778B, 584 Hrs ....................$126,000 1999 WACKER RD25, 2497 Hrs ....................$8,000 2006 VOLVO SD116DX, 1339 Hrs ................$75,000 1999 HYPAC C842C, 4 Hrs ........................$103,500 2008 VOLVO DD118HF, 894 Hrs ................$146,000 2007 BOMAG BW124DH-3, 5 Hrs ................$51,000 2007 HYPAC C815C, 23 Hrs ........................$52,000 2007 HYPAC C840C, 283 Hrs ......................$91,000 2007 HYPAC C830C, 19 Hrs ........................$86,000 2006 BOMAG BW213DH, 589 Hrs ..............$82,000 2007 VOLVO SD77DX, 264 Hrs....................$85,000 2008 VOLVO DD16, 50 Hrs ..........................$32,000 2005 INGERSOLL-RAND SD122DX, 1017 Hrs ........ ......................................................................$94,000 2006 HYPAC C766C, 34 Hrs ......................$101,000

Excavators - Crawler

Loader Backhoe

2008 2004 2006 2007 2008 2007 2006 2007 2008 1998 2005 2007 2007 2008 2007 2008 2007 2007 2007 2005

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

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

ECR235CL, 1194 Hrs............$168,000 EC140B LC, 2490 Hrs ............$60,000 450D LC, 4350 Hrs ..............$195,000 EC330B LC, 2487 Hrs ..........$203,000 ECR88, 967 Hrs ......................$87,000 EC330B LC, 3062 Hrs ..........$160,000 EC330B LC, 3793 Hrs ..........$126,000 ECR58, 1804 Hrs ....................$39,000 EC240B LC, 800 Hrs ............$179,000 EC210C LC, 642 Hrs ............$127,000 ECR88, 670 Hrs ......................$68,000 EC460B LC, 3488 Hrs ..........$230,000 EC360B LC, 3171 Hrs ..........$175,000 ECR235CL, 548 Hrs ............$168,000 EC460C LC, 5005 Hrs ..........$168,000 EC460C LC, 3534 Hrs ..........$260,000 EC290B LC, 2463 Hrs ..........$140,000 EC330B LC, 2826 Hrs ..........$135,000 EC330B LC, 2855 Hrs ..........$165,000 EC330B LC, 3687 Hrs ..........$171,600

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

VOLVO VOLVO VOLVO VOLVO VOLVO

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

Crawler Loader

Excavator - Wheel

1995 CATERPILLAR 963B, 8453 Hrs ..........$49,000

2008 VOLVO EW210C, 2503 Hrs ..............$160,000

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

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

Sweeper / Broom Equipment

2007 2007 2007 2007 2007 2008 2007 2007 2007 2007 2008 1996

VOLVO A25D, 4116 Hrs ....................$290,000 VOLVO A40D, 5774 Hrs ....................$400,000 VOLVO A40D, 7072 Hrs ....................$290,000 VOLVO A40D, 4238 Hrs ....................$305,000 VOLVO A25D, 2555 Hrs ....................$205,000 VOLVO A25E, 1810 Hrs ....................$255,000 VOLVO A30D, 5160 Hrs ....................$245,000 VOLVO A25D, 5329 Hrs ....................$220,000 VOLVO A30D, 4391 Hrs ....................$245,000 VOLVO A30D, 5775 Hrs ....................$195,000 VOLVO A25E, 1796 Hrs ....................$260,000 VOLVO A30C, 14671 Hrs ....................$50,000

Skid Steers 2006 VOLVO MC70B, 842 Hrs ....................$24,500 2004 CATERPILLAR 247, 2375 Hrs ............$17,000 2006 VOLVO MC110B, 313 Hrs....................$34,000

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

2009 BROCE KR350, 730 Hrs ......................$36,000

Motor Graders 2007 2008 2007 2007 2009 2008 2008

VOLVO G940, 1647 Hrs ....................$168,500 VOLVO G940, 2791 Hrs ....................$153,000 VOLVO C80A, 459 Hrs ......................$102,000 VOLVO G940, 3920 Hrs ....................$140,000 VOLVO G930, 855 Hrs ......................$210,000 VOLVO G930, 1213 Hrs ....................$165,000 CHAMPION C86C, 79 Hrs..................$110,000

Off-Highway Trucks 2006 2007 2007 2005 2004 2007 2007 2008 2007 2008 2008 2007 2007 2007 2007 2007

VOLVO A40D, 6293 Hrs ....................$240,000 VOLVO A30D, 5346 Hrs ....................$230,000 VOLVO A25D, 5060 Hrs ....................$185,000 VOLVO A40D, 3615 Hrs ....................$270,000 VOLVO A40D, 12539 Hrs ..................$115,000 VOLVO A30D, 5369 Hrs ....................$225,000 VOLVO A30D, 3973 Hrs ....................$270,000 VOLVO A40E, 5136 Hrs ....................$350,000 VOLVO A30D, 4456 Hrs ....................$220,000 VOLVO A40E, 4838 Hrs ....................$490,000 VOLVO A40E, 4988 Hrs ....................$405,000 VOLVO A40D, 5124 Hrs ....................$400,000 VOLVO A40D, 5113 Hrs ....................$350,000 VOLVO A40D, 3214 Hrs ....................$380,000 VOLVO A25D, 5875 Hrs ....................$175,000 VOLVO A40D, 6199 Hrs ....................$370,000

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

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

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

L120F, 1085 Hrs....................$225,000 L110E, 1710 Hrs ..................$149,000 L70E, 6253 Hrs ......................$85,000 L150F, 2340 Hrs....................$270,000 L90E, 5025 Hrs ......................$98,000 L60F, 438 Hrs........................$130,000 L110E, 4852 Hrs ..................$145,000 L110F, 5733 Hrs ....................$150,000 L150F, 1143 Hrs ....................$290,000 L70F, 3026 Hrs......................$142,000 L110F, 440 Hrs ......................$220,000 L60F, 232 Hrs........................$135,000 L70E, 6481 Hrs ......................$85,000 L120F, 277 Hrs......................$250,000 L150F, 2424 Hrs....................$260,000 L180F, 698 Hrs......................$320,000 L110E, 6302 Hrs ..................$145,000 L110F, 324 Hrs ......................$255,000 L220F, 2213 Hrs....................$370,000 L120E, 7480 Hrs ..................$110,000 L110F, 5317 Hrs ....................$150,000 L70F, 71 Hrs..........................$138,000 L70F, 4259 Hrs......................$142,000 L60F, 678 Hrs........................$128,000 L90E, 12389 Hrs ....................$86,000 L110F, 8246 Hrs ....................$120,000 L220F ....................................$300,000

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


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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.

FEATURES…

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H&E EQUIPMENT SERVICES CELEBRATES 50TH ANNIVERSARY

With approximately 1,600 employees and more than 16,000 machines in its fleet, H&E is the 11th-largest equipment-rental company in the United States.

10

VOTERS IN ARKANSAS TO DECIDE FUTURE OF HIGHWAY TAXES

Arkansas has about $23 billion in highway needs over the next decade but only $4 billion in expected revenue and the state needs an additional $200 million a year just to maintain roads at current standards.

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RING POWER NAMES REGIONAL MANAGER FOR CENTRAL FLORIDA

Ring Power SVP/Director of New Heavy Equipment Sales Tim Maguire announced the promotion of Vice President Toby Crews to the position of Central Florida regional sales manager.

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SETTING BENCHMARK IN MACHINE AUTOMATION TECHNOLOGY

Benchmark represents several of Topcon’s product lines including lasers, optical equipment, GIS, telematics, GPS and both 2-D and 3-D machine control systems, which requires a staff with a strong technical expertise.

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ORLANDO HOSPITAL RECEIVES UTILITY, INFRASTRUCTURE UPGRADES

As part of the infrastructure upgrade, PCL Construction Services was charged with excavating and installing two cast-in-place mechanical vaults.

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U.S. CONGRESSMAN MIKE KELLY HONORS ROGERS BROTHERS

The Export Achievement Award recognizes U.S. companies that have made their first export sale or entered a new overseas market with the assistance of the Department of Commerce’s U.S. Commercial Service.

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RITCHIE BROS. AUCTIONEERS HOLDS STATESVILLE, N.C., AUCTION

More than 60 percent of the equipment was purchased by out-of-state buyers from as far away as Australia, Bolivia, Peru and the United Kingdom.

54 CLASSIFIEDS 56 BUSINESS CALENDAR 62 COMING AUCTIONS 58

CORRECTION… In an article titled, “Bob Leavy, Tommy Ball Join FlaglerCE Holdings,” which appeared in the July 13 Southeast Edition, Mark McDonell’s name was incorrectly spelled on first reference. Also, McDonell was misquoted as saying, “We have recently added the Badger line …” It should have read Bandit, rather than Badger. CEG regrets any confusion these errors may have caused.

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H&E Equipment Services Celebrates 50th Anniversary The story of the first 50 years of H&E Equipment Services is much like the construction industry itself from 1961 to 2011. It started relatively small, overcame some difficult periods to record remarkable growth, and is poised to take off again once the economy picks up steam. From the time when Frank Head and Tom Engquist started Head & Engquist in a single store in Baton Rouge, La., half a century ago, H&E now has 67 locations nationwide. It has facilities literally coast-to-coast — from Baltimore to San Diego — in all the Mid-Atlantic states and Florida, all the Gulf Coast states and Texas, all the Pacific Coast states, including six locations in California, and the entire intermountain region. With approximately 1,600 employees and more than 16,000 machines in its fleet, H&E is the 11th-largest equipment-rental company in the United States, according to RER (Rental Equipment Register) 2010 “Top 100.” It also is a leading seller of earthmoving machines and one of the largest Manitowoc/Grove crane dealers in the world. Much of the company’s growth has occurred under the watch of Tom’s son John Engquist, who joined H&E full time in 1975 after attending Louisiana State University. Today, he serves as President and CEO. “I love the equipment industry,” said John Engquist. “Obviously, I was born into it. In high school and college, I worked summers in the shop as a mechanic’s helper and such. But beyond my history with it, I just plain like the business, especially the people. Our customer base consists of hardworking, entrepreneurial, down-to-earth individuals who are straight-shooters. What you see is what you get, and if you can supply what they need and treat them right, they tend to be pretty loyal.”

This vintage Komatsu PC300 works in a Louisiana quarry in the early 1990s. H&E was one of the original U.S. distributors of Komatsu construction equipment.

Growth Years H&E’s expansion started with a branch location in Kenner (New Orleans area), La., in 1978, followed by Louisiana branches in Shreveport, Lake Charles and Alexandria and, later, in Arkansas. The company expanded into Texas with the purchase of South Texas Equipment and landed the Manitowoc line by acquiring Martin Equipment and Coastal Crane. Then in 2002, Engquist made a bold move, merging with ICM, which had about twenty stores in western states, to form H&E Equipment

Tom Engquist, H&E Equipment Services founder.

Services. In 2006, H&E acquired the assets of Eagle High Reach and opened full-service branches in southern California. One year later, H&E acquired the assets of longtime East Coast dealer J.W. Burress. “Growth has always been part of our plan,” said Engquist. “I believe a company has to evolve and improve or, eventually, it’s going to go the other way. We looked for opportunities that we thought would allow us to expand profitably, and when those were available, we made the moves. Certainly, when we put ICM and Head &

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Engquist together, in our opinion, it created a much-improved entity. It was a case of one plus one equaling not two, but three or four. I liked what it did in terms of broadening our footprint and making us more diversified.” While the company has grown dramatically, Engquist says H&E’s primary focus remains the same as when it was operating out of its one location in Baton Rouge. “Customer service — the ability and willingness to do what it takes to meet the needs of the end user — is what truly separates see H&E page 52

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ered history in convincing the state’s voters to help pay for roads. A $28 million bond program in 1949 triggered an investigation and ultimately led to the creation of the state Highway Commission after auditors found inefficient and wasteful practices. Voters also rejected taking on state debt for road repairs in 1965 and 1996. Most recently, a 2005 bond proposal that would have allowed the state to take on near-perpetual debt for road repairs failed after facing opposition from the trucking industry. The scaled-down approach on the highway bonds means that, if approved by voters, it will bring in much less money than the $1.2 billion bond program the diesel tax hike was expected to fund. It also throws into question the campaign on behalf of the halfcent sales tax measure next year. “I certainly don’t think it helps any,” said House Speaker Robert Moore, who had made highway funding his signature issue during the legislative session. Moore has said he was disappointed with the trucking association’s decision to back off the diesel tax increase, but said he’s not fazed by its polling showing opposition to that tax along with opposition to the sales tax increase. The attitudes followed a 2010 election where Republicans won a historic number of seats in the majority-Democrat Legislature by pledging to oppose any tax increases. Like the Move Arkansas Forward group, Moore said he’d rather see the bond reauthorization on the ballot before the sales tax hike. That way, opponents wouldn’t be able to lump both together under an anti-tax atmosphere. “If somebody is really anti-tax, it would be easy enough to vote against both of them. We’ve certainly seen that happen,” Moore said. Possibly adding to that sentiment would be a push by Sheffield Nelson, the former natural gas executive and two-time gubernatorial candidate, to increase the severance tax on natural gas to pay for road improvements. If Nelson gathers the signatures needed, his proposal would appear alongside the sales tax measure in the 2012 election. Despite the challenges, Moore said he’s not giving up on the odds of passing both measures. “I think we still have got a campaign to run,” Moore said. “We’ve still got to educate the people as to what it means for the future of this state and its economy.”


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Drilling Prompts Increased Truck Traffic in Western Pa. DRILLING from page 1

beneath the earth is having an impact on the region’s general contractors. Because of all the roadwork, site preparation work, drilling, pipelaying, and trucking, heavy equipment is a common sight these days in western Pennsylvania.

and tap the organic-rich rock. The reward for drilling success is computed in the tens of trillions of cubic feet of natural gas. Hence, the boom. With nearly 1,400 wells drilled in Pennsylvania just in 2010, the extraordinary flurry of exploratory activity looks all the world like a bonanza for construction contractors and dealers in the region. Yet questions remain about the economic impact of the natural gas exploration, such as … is it for real? If so, how long will it last? The answer to the first question is evident to anyone driving the roads of western Pennsylvania. Lots of Equipment on the Roads “Truck traffic has increased exponentially,” said Tom Gregory, who lives outside Williamsport in the northcentral part of the state. “I live way out in the country and, since the drilling began, our roads are being driven by a lot of trucks carrying dirt, water and stone.” Gregory might notice an increase in truck traffic more than some residents of the area. As vice president of instruction at Pennsylvania College of Technology, he also has noticed a corollary surge of traffic in the college’s commercial driving license classes. “There’s a really Crews lower a pipeline. high demand for the CDL’s right now.” space. This casing and cement are In all likelihood, the demand trucked to the site in great volwill continue. The Marcellus shale umes. gas recovery process is truck intenHuge volumes of water also are sive. Beginning with seismic and involved. Vertical holes are drilled recording trucks that explore the down to the rock before the drilling geology thousands of feet beneath turns horizontal within the shale the surface, the recovery process strata, sometimes running horizonrequires fleets of lumbering three- tally for several thousand feet. This and four-axle trucks carrying dirt, sideways drilling intersects natural stone, asphalt, concrete, water, vertical joints between shale laypipe and equipment. ers. The gas is captured by Consider the stages of the gas hydraulically fracturing the shale recovery process: The entire length in and between these joints using of a well — and the shale is a mile carefully placed charges that puncor more beneath Pennsylvania top- ture the casing and cement. Water soil — is encased in hard metal — actually a high-pressure watery tubing. What’s more, cement is mix — is injected into the well and forced down each well and back up out into the rock, which induces along the outside of the casing to more fracturing and the release of completely seal off the drilled additional gas.

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How much water is used at each well? Between three and five million gallons, according to the Marcellus Shale Coalition of oil and natural gas companies and auxiliary firms, including general contractors. An average of 400 truck trips are needed to move water to and from each well during the fracturing process. Also, still being developed is a network of pipelines that will connect the wells to larger pipelines serving East Coast natural gas markets. The Marcellus wells’ proximity to the urban centers of the eastern United States is one of its development appeals. All this pipe is trucked in. The heavy trucking generated by all of the above naturally takes a toll on rural roadways that are unused to such pounding by commercial traffic. Consequently, the coalition is spending lots of money on road repair. Coalition members have expended more than $400 million since 2008 rebuilding, repaving, and generally improving local and state roadways in Pennsylvania. Those millions of dollars are proof that the rush to suck gas from

A Boom for Contractors, Dealers “I only have one project this year that is not related to Marcellus shale drilling,” said Mike Pascuzzi, chief financial officer of New Dominion Construction, “and that’s a landfill. Really, all the work I have outside the drilling activity is driven by Marcellus shale.” Pascuzzi attributes the survival of New Dominion to shale projects. He said the Hickory company landed some shale drilling projects at the beginning of the company’s 2010 fiscal year. The work swelled, and the company ultimately experienced a 78 percent growth in business volume in 2010 over the previous fiscal year. “We went from damned near bankrupt to having a $14.2 million sales year,” he said, adding that continued growth assures the 13year-old company will have another significant uptick in contract work in fiscal year 2011. New Dominion’s specialty is building water pond impoundment structures, by which drillers manage the huge volume of water. The used water sometimes is recycled — 60 to 100 percent of it at some locations — and in other cases simply is contained until it can be trucked away for reprocessing. The impoundment structures usually consist of 5-acre ponds on 20-acre work sites. The company’s expanded work schedule has translated into additional need for construction machinery. Pascuzzi said New Dominion is expanding its fleet of earthmoving equipment. “This year we bought four scrapers, five rock trucks and a compactor, and we’re in the market for another compactor and excavator, and one more articulated truck.” That’s good news for people like Dave Yohe, branch manager of Highway Equipment Company in Dubois. His dealership in northcentral Pennsylvania has felt the “huge” impact of the drilling rush

that he said seems to be growing larger all the time. Yohe noted in early July that he had just sold to a contractor with a Kobelco excavator a stump shear harvester attachment for clearing right-of-way. But most of the equipment moving off his lot is for moving dirt — Dressta dozers, and Hyundai excavators and loaders. For example, Yohe delivered a dozer to a contractor preparing to lay a 36-in. (91 cm) natural gas pipeline. “Today I’m setting up a Dressta D-25 dozer that will be used to make a pad for a Marcellus shale drilling unit in the Williamsport area,” he said. The pick-up in sales and rental of equipment began in 2008, according to Yohe, and has continued “pretty steadily.” He said the increase in business was felt first by equipment dealers west of Dubois before moving eastward. “You have to have your head in the sand if you don’t see it,” he added. Cleveland Brothers CAT, which serves 57 of Pennsylvania’s 64 counties, has seen it. The drilling boom has accounted for the largest share of the Caterpillar dealer’s market growth over the past three years, according to Carl Tinkham, director of marketing. Earthmovers such as Cat D6 and D8 dozers have been clanking onto flatbed trailers in the equipment yard for delivery to drilling locations, where they are cranked up to prepare sites and construct drilling pads. Pipeline-laying activity has spurred sales and rental of excavators, including the Cat 336, along with other pieces of pipelaying and tracked equipment. Sale of stationary diesel engines, such as the Cat 3512 and 3516 models, have been strong, with both drilling and hydraulic fracturing processes needing such power plants. Cleveland Brothers’ engine parts and service employees obviously have been busy, too. “It definitely has challenged our inventory planning a bit,” Tinkham acknowledged. The dealership has stocked more large excavators and dozers than management had anticipated needing. Sometimes the need for the equipment has almost overwhelmed the supplier. “We had a small increase in lead see DRILLING page 50


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Setting Benchmark in Machine Automation Technology By Lori Lovely CEG CORRESPONDENT

The industry has changed, said Chuck Harris, president of Benchmark Tool & Supply Inc. “Ten years ago we were ‘the laser guys’ selling $5,000 pieces of equipment to the guys in the field,” explained Harris. “These days, we’re offering $100,000 high-end technology packages to the guys in the head office. That requires a quality sales staff accustomed to forging strong relationships with corporate decision makers.” It also requires the right inventory. Benchmark is one of North Carolina’s major suppliers of positioning systems, laser equipment, machine control, software, surveying and optical instruments and field accessories. Catering to every sector of the engineering, surveying and construction industries, as well as the agricultural market, Benchmark is a distributor for quality equipment and supplies from leading manufacturers such as Topcon, Sokkia, Carlson, MicroSurvey, CST/Berger, Seco, Crain Enterprises, Rolatape, Presco and Subsurface Instruments. Topcon, the recognized technology leader in machine control, is “way ahead of the competition,” said Harris, adding that “machine automation is the current trend in the construction industry. Topcon looks at new ways to do things and brings them to the market. They listen to the customer and build intuitive products to fit their needs.” Popular with customers because it offers the advantage of increased productivity, while using less manpower and machinery, machine control equipment has become a necessary tool for most jobs. Benchmark represents several of Topcon’s product lines including lasers, optical equipment, GIS, telematics, GPS and both 2-D and 3-D machine control systems, which requires a staff with a strong technical Helping contractors from the Concord, N.C., office are (L-R) Wes Smith, Kelly Biddix, Chuck Harris and Dale expertise. see BENCHMARK page 44

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Contractor PCL Construction Services in Orlando, Fla., currently is in the process of upgrading utilities and other infrastructure, as well as the streetscape at the Orlando Regional Medical Center. The multi-aspect project began in 2010 and is scheduled to be completed in November 2011. As part of the infrastructure upgrade, PCL was charged with excavating and installing two castin-place mechanical vaults to provide access to control valves on the hospitals chilled water lines, steam lines and condensate lines. The vaults also house condensate tanks and pumps for the mechanical systems. The first vault was 25 by 21 by 24 ft. (7.6 by 6.4 by 7.3 m) deep. The excavation to install the vault was in an extremely tight spot adjacent to several buildings and had limited access for equipment, plus the excavator could only dig from two sides. Providing the biggest challenge was safely shoring such a large excavation in such tight quarters. “Sheet piling just wasn’t an option, because there was no access on two sides for the piling equipment, plus the hospital has very strict restrictions on vibrations near the buildings,” said Christopher Ritter, PCL’s project manager. “So we rented a slide rail system, which turned out to be faster than sheet piles and tie backs, and required less equipment.” The slide rail system came from

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PCL excavates to install a new cast-in-place vault in an extremely tight spot adjacent to several buildings. Simultaneously, PCL installs an Efficiency Production ClearSpan slide rail shoring system. The excavation site had such limited access, PCL’s Volvo 460 excavator could only dig from two sides.

Efficiency’s ClearSpan design is unique in that it shores a large excavation without any need for cross-braces. The system stays entirely open by utilizing waler i-beams on the outside of the system at the top, and inside the system to prevent deflection.

The 25 by 21 by 24 ft. (7.6 by 6.4 by 7.3 m) deep cast-in-place vault will provide access to control valves on the hospital’s chilled water lines, steam lines and condensate lines.

The PCL team on the project (L-R) are: Corey Seigneurie, project engineer; Branden Stephan, superintendent; Chad Knoell, foreman; and Professional Shoring and Supply’s Branch Manager Wayne Agamie.


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Charah Inc. Presented Idea of CCPs for Structural Fill AIRPORT from page 1

“The site identified for development contains approximately 53.5 acres of land that was partially wooded with a couple of drainage features passing through the property providing outfall for stormwater runoff from the airport’s existing infrastructure,” said Norman Divers, senior engineer of Charah Inc. “To facilitate the future development of a new taxiway and commercial aviation site, known as the Westside Development project, significant site grading would be required. “Charah approached the airport’s management staff to present a solution to the significant site development economics for the Westside Development project,” Divers went on. “The solution involved the use of Coal Combustion Products (CCPs) as a suitable engineered structural fill material that would facilitate the rough grading needed to make the Westside Development project a reality. Using CCPs as an eco-fill material would offset the significant cost that soil structural fill material was presenting to the development of the project, as well as provide the means to conserve a natural resource by allowing any offsite soil borrow to remain undisturbed and left in place.” Coal combustion products have been recycled and used for decades for various construction purposes, including on such historic projects as Boston’s Big Dig and the Hoover Dam. CCPs also have been utilized for airport construction in Pennsylvania, Texas, and Wisconsin. Use of these by-products saves natural resources ton for ton and space at landfills, and in addition there are significant cost savings for the client. “This project is the first of its kind, being an ‘encapsulated’ engineered fill meeting stringent protective features as found in the EPA’s proposed rules for the reuse of Coal Combustion Products,” stated Danny Gray, Charah’s executive vice president. Development of the site required approximately 2.1 million cu. yds. (1,614,434 cu m) of structural fill to establish the necessary rough grade elevations across the site, an amount of suitable structural soil that would be both hard to locate in western North Carolina and would involve the use of several borrow sources, as well as presenting a significant financial strain on the project. Estimates for suitable structural soil fill ranged from $7 to $8 per cu. yd. providing an overall cost of approximately $15.8 million dollars. “In addition to the fill requirements, the site presented a drainage challenge which involved the preservation of the existing runway stormwater drainage patterns, while still allowing the engineered fill material to be placed. Significant drainage improvements were constructed along the eastern side of the engineered fill project to redirect runoff around the work area and continue to maintain stormwater drainage as needed to maintain safe maneuvering, take-off and landing of airplanes,” said Lew Bleiweis, A.A.E., airport director at the Asheville Regional Airport Authority. The Asheville Airport project, which is expected to be completed in 2014, will create 15 acres of aeronautical use land. The project created approximately 50 jobs for local residents and utilized numerous pieces of equipment. “The engineered fill project was extensive and required a vast array of earth moving equipment. Large track excavators, Caterpillar 330CL, were used to remove soils to develop the subgrade surface of the engineered fill. Artic

A Cat D6 low ground pressure dozer placing soil cover over cap liner.

A Komatsu PC 400 excavator loading dewatered fly ash for transfer to the Asheville airport project site.

An 8,000-gal. (30,283 L) Cat water wagon applying water for compaction and dust control.

Ash placement over the lined fill area.

40-ton end dumps were used to transport soils throughout the project to allow for the construction of containment berms, sediment basins and haul roads needed to serve the project,” Charah’s Vice President of Operations, Scott Sewell, said. “Large bulldozers including the Caterpillar D6R were used to move soils as needed to achieve final grade elevations along slopes and the base surface of the engineered fill surface,” he continued. “Compaction was achieved using a Cat 815 compactor. Fine grading was performed using a Case 885 motorgrader and rolled to a final surface ready for deployment of liner using a Dynapac vibratory smooth drum roller.” Liner was deployed by Chesapeake Containment Systems (CCS), Charah’s liner installation subcontractor, using retractable forklifts fitted with spreader bars. Rubber tired mules and rubber tracked mini-excavators were the only types of equipment allowed for use in placing the liner materials. Seaming for HDPE liner materials was performed principally using a double hot shoe welder that matched liner panels together. Seams were tested on-site using both vacuum and air test equipment and destructive testing also was performed on-site as well as sent to a lab for Construction Quality Assurance purposes. “CCPs were spread using a Caterpillar D6N LGP dozer equipped with grade control to ensure the material was placed within the specified elevation tolerance of +/-0.25 feet,” Sewell stated. “Compaction of the CCP material was achieved using a Dynapac vibratory smooth drum roller. Numerous passes were made throughout each day, varying in direction achieving the compaction requirement of 95 percent modified Proctor. Compaction was confirmed using both nuclear and standard density testing methods.” Soil material in the final cover was moved and placed by using the Artic end dumps, D6 dozer, and motorgraders, and compaction was achieved using the 815 compactor and smooth drum roller. Soil materials were screened using a Chieftain Powerscreen to ensure particle size requirements were met as well as establishing an organic free soil material. Protection for the environment and public concerns as related to the use of CCP materials was not limited to maintaining stormwater runoff for the existing runway. Additional measures of environmental and public health protection were provided in the design of the Westside Development engineered fill project, as Divers explained. “A comprehensive liner system consisting of two layers of non-woven geotextiles encapsulating a layer of bentonite, commonly referred to as a geocomposite clay liner (GCL) in conjunction with a 60-mil high density polyethylene (HDPE) textured liner was provided between the excavated subgrade of the engineered fill limits and the CCP material. The GCL and HDPE liners act as a barrier layer preventing any CCP material or related moisture to pass through the comprehensive liner system into the subgrade soils or underlying groundwater table,” Divers said. Presenting a hydraulic conductivity less than 5x109cm/s, the GCL provides 200 times the protection currently required by Subtitle D regulations for clay that is a part of a liner system serving a municipal solid waste landfill. “Closure of the engineered fill project included the installation of a 30-mil textured HDPE cap liner that was extended across the limits of the engineered fill providing a complete ‘encapsulation’ of the CCP material,” Divers see AIRPORT page 56


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Trucks & Trailers

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U.S. Congressman Mike Kelly Honors Rogers Brothers In a ceremony on June 29, Congressman Mike Kelly (PA-03) presented Rogers Brothers Corporation with the U.S. Commercial Service’s Export Achievement Award. The event took place at the Rogers Brothers factory in Albion, Pa. The Export Achievement Award recognizes U.S. companies that have made their first export sale or entered a new overseas market with the assistance of the Department of Commerce’s U.S. Commercial Service. With joint assistance from the U.S. Commercial Service in Pittsburgh and Lima, Peru, plus the Small Business Development Center at St. Francis University Small Business Development Center’s Center for Global Competitiveness, in Loretto, Pa., Rogers was able to develop relationships within the Peruvian market and, ultimately to sell a lowbed trailer to a large copper mining company. Future sales in this market currently are being negotiated. “U.S. manufacturers are very competitive and are successful internationally,” said Kelly. “Rogers Brothers is a great success story that shows how a small company can reach out from Albion, Pa., to foreign markets and highlights the fact that exports to foreign markets mean jobs back home. The assistance provided by the U.S. Commercial Service meant that Rogers didn’t have to go

(L-R) are Lyn Doverspike, director of the Pittsburgh office of the U.S. Commercial Service, Mark Kulyk, president of Rogers Brothers Corporation, and U. S. Congressman Mike Kelly.

Congressman Mike Kelly (L) presented Mark Kulyk with the U.S. Commercial Service’s Export Achievement Award.

to Peru to develop this business — the Peruvian market was brought to them.” Lyn Doverspike, the director of the Pittsburgh office of the U.S. Commercial Service said, “What is unique about Rogers Brothers and speaks to their success is its longevity. A 106-year-old family owned company, that stays in business and thrives, demonstrates the ability to change, adapt and refocus over the years and capitalize on growth opportunities outside of U.S. markets. Many a business could take a page from their playbook. Not exporting today is like leaving money on the table.” In his acceptance speech, Mark Kulyk,

Although best known for construction trailers, Rogers excels in building to customer specifications. Its modular designs offer increased versatility with detachable rear frames and interchangeable deck styles. Custom-engineered trailers are designed to meet the needs of the transportation, oil, gas, steel, mining, utility and heavy-haul industries. For more information, visit www.rogerstrailers.com or www.trade.gov/cs.

Following the award ceremony, Mark Kulyk (L) took Congressman Mike Kelly on a tour of the Rogers factory.

president of Rogers Brothers Corporation, expressed appreciation to the agencies involved in developing this overseas market. “From the exposure that St. Francis provided at the trade show in Peru to the export counseling provided by the Pittsburgh and Lima offices of the U.S. Commercial Service, the professional assistance we received was invaluable and extremely helpful in our sales efforts in Peru and elsewhere.”

This 121-ton (109 t) capacity trailer was built by Rogers for a copper mining company in Peru.


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LB’s Trailer Sales 2904 Harmony Highway Harmony, NC 28634 (704) 546-2231

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Michael Reardon Named Paint Used on Felling Trailers Mack Vice President, Sales Meets Environmental Regulations Michael Reardon was named vice president of sales of Mack Trucks, Inc., effective July 1. He brings more than 20 years of sales and marketing leadership to his new position, where he will be responsible for Mack’s national accounts and business development. Since coming to Mack from American Isuzu Motors in 1996, Reardon has served as vice president of distributor operations, vice president of Mack’s western region, and executive director of marketing and business development. He has been Mack vice president of marketing for the past three years, which included the launch of the company’s ClearTech SCR technology for EPA 2010 and the opening of the new Mack Customer Center in Allentown, Pa. He will continue to be based at Mack World Headquarters in Greensboro. He replaces Michael McNally, who is retiring after 39 years with the company. For more information, visit www.macktrucks.com.

Felling Trailers uses Hentzen Coatings Inc.’s (HCI) paint system on its trailers. HCI paint products consist of a two-component urethane technology designed to optimize field performance and meet or exceed current environmental regulations. After fabrication, each trailer undergoes an extensive paint process. First, they are blasted with steel grit to remove all rust and contaminants. Next, the entire trailer receives an electrostatic application of two coats of primer, three coats of polyurethane paint and a rust-inhibitive undercoat. Finally, the trailers are moved to a specially designed dust-free drying room to ensure proper drying before exiting the building. Hentzen products are used exclusively, including the top of the line urethane primer and high solids low Volatile Organic Compounds (V.O.C.) compliant urethane top coat on all Felling Trailers. Preparation and painting processes are monitored daily by in-house technicians, “Hentzen representatives,” and Felling Trailers Inc. in-house quality control teams to ensure consistency Michael Reardon, vice president of sales of in quality. Mack Trucks Inc. Felling Trailers has a 3-year paint warran-

ty. The HCI paint products Felling Trailers use are 3.5 V.O.C. compliant, Hazardous Air Pollutants (HAPs) free and both lead and chrome free. The HCI cured paint film is not considered a hazardous material. Felling Trailers added four new HCI paint colors to its product color selection and are available on all 2011 models. They include Oklahoma Orange and three metallic colors named Platinum, Charcoal Metallic and Sparkle Black. These four colors are in addition to the already available Jet Black, Traffic Blue, Mack Red, AG Green, Dark Blue, Highway Yellow, Construction Grey, Yellow, Equipment Orange, Viper Red, Omaha Orange and White. Felling Trailers is a Full Line Trailer Manufacturer located in Central Minnesota that was started in 1974 by Merle J. Felling. Felling Trailers Inc. has grown from a small shop to a factory and office complex that today covers more than 132,000 sq. ft. Felling Trailers currently manufactures 3,000 plus trailers a year. For more information, visit www.felling.com.


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Helac PowerTilt Bucket Bobcat Options... High Flow Planer Attachments Attachment Saves Time Offer Increased Torque, Power

Bobcat 18- and 24-in. (45.7 and 61 cm) wide planer attachments offer increased torque and horsepower for improved performance compared with the models they replace. The planers are compatible with all current high flow Bobcat loaders, including the new S850 skid steer and T870 compact track loaders. The cutting drums on Bobcat planers can

be unlocked to allow oscillation up to 15 degrees in either direction. As a result, surface tracking is optimized even when the loader is operating on a rutted or potholed surface. This feature is unique to Bobcat planers and provides continuous cutting depth without constant operator input, according to the manufacturer.

The PowerTilt bucket swing attachment provides up to 180 degrees of side-to-side swing capability, enabling buckets to be positioned completely perpendicular to the stick.

Helac PowerTilt hydraulic bucket tilting attachment provides backhoes and excavators with up to 90 degree left and right bucket swing for a full 180 degree total side-toside swing capability. It pin mounts to the dipperstick and has a clean, compact configuration with no cylinder rods or other external moving parts exposed to damage. PowerTilt can be furnished with two different, built-in couplers direct from the factory: the standard, hook-style mechanical quick-coupler uses OEM pin-on buckets

while the optional universal coupler uses quick-hitch style buckets. PowerTilt also can be combined with most popular hydraulic quick-couplers. Each PowerTilt is equipped with an internal cross-port relief valve that provides hydraulic overload protection. Seven PowerTilt models are available, sized by machine weight, for backhoes and excavators to 75,000 lb. (34,019 kg). For more information, call 800/PWR- The cutting drums on Bobcat planers can be unlocked to allow oscillation up to 15 degrees in either direction. TILT or visit http://www.helac.com.


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CEA’s Edge Concrete Placing Buckets Work in Small Spots CEAttachments Inc.’s Edge concrete placing bucket is designed to accurately, quickly and neatly carry and place concrete in tight areas or locations that cannot support a cement truck. This specialty bucket precisely places concrete without the mess and is ideal for pouring concrete for backyard patios, pools or into formed columns or walls, according to the manufacCEAttachments Inc.’s Edge concrete placing bucket is turer. designed to carry and place concrete in tight areas or The Edge concrete locations that cannot support a cement truck. placing bucket features Sizes available are, .5 and .75 cu. yd. (.3 squared-off corners and an easy-to-clean and .57 cu m) capacities. Standard features baked-on powder coat finish. It also features include a hydraulic gate control and a 30 in. a hydraulically controlled dispensing door (76 cm) chute extension. that closes with a tight seal for accurate, mulFor more information, visit www.ceattachments.com. tiple placements from the same load.

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Atlas Copco Adds CC 6000 to Hydraulic CombiCutter Line

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Atlas Copco has added to its CombiCutter line with the new CC 6000. With the same features as the other CombiCutter models, the CC 6000 is the heaviest with a service weight of 14,330 lbs. (6,500 kg) and is designed for carrier units in the 127,870- to 187,390-lb. (58,000 to 85,000 kg) class. The CC 6000 is ideal for heavy duty industrial, bridge and building demolition jobs. “The Atlas Copco CC 6000 accommodates the market’s ongoing movement to use larger excavators for demolition,” said Kevin Loomis, product manager — hydraulic attachments. “As the physical sizes of excavators continue to grow in this industry, Atlas Copco will respond with quality production attachments like the CC 6000 to fill the needs of each class of carrier.” Available with either universal jaws (U) or steel cutting jaws (S), the CC 6000 features two movable jaws with two main hydraulic cylinders, providing consistently high crushing force throughout the entire operating cycle. The combination of a sin-

gle- and double-blade jaw arm provides maximum stability even under extreme loads. The cutter jaws on the CC 6000 are supported by a central main pin. This pin not only provides additional stability, but also reduces the time needed to change the cutter jaws by up to 75 percent with Atlas Copco’s coupling and positioning system (CAPS). CAPS allows both cutter jaws to be fitted or removed as one unit, making it easier to change the jaws on site. The crushing teeth and cutter blades also can be quickly and easily turned around for additional use or replaced on site. All of these quick-change features save time and increase productivity. “Our research suggests that about twothirds of the operating cost of an attachment is incurred from operator cost, service and maintenance, and only one-third by the initial purchase,” added Loomis. “With the new CC 6000, we have greatly simplified the associated maintenance and reduced the required labor time.”


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Crushing, Screening & Recycling Section Potomac Landfill Upgrades to Powerscreen’s Warrior 2400 By Angela Hurni CEG CORRESPONDENT

Last December Potomac Landfill in Dumfries, Va., decided to improve and expand upon its operations and purchase additional screening equipment from Powerscreen Mid-Atlantic Inc. (the authorized dealer for Powerscreen crushing and screening equipment in both the Virginias and Carolinas). Potomac Landfill had owned a Powerscreen Warrior 1800 for two years yet decided to buy an additional screener, a Powerscreen Warrior 2400, to improve its production and output. Potomac Landfill, along with Potomac Recycling, are privatelyowned by the same parent company and are located in Northern Virginia about 30 miles (48 km) south of Washington, D.C. According to Tom Lewellen, general manager of Potomac Landfill, the site takes in “waste from all over the D.C. metro area.” Furthermore, the landfill only accepts construction-related material and debris. Potomac initially purchased the Warrior 1800 to perform all the work at the site including the mining work and recycling. However, the company’s objective all along was to eventually own two screeners to handle the workload. Since the Warrior 1800 proved itself, Potomac decided to get a bigger, better machine with more volume, which was the Warrior 2400. “The 2400 was available when we decided to buy,” explained Lewellen. “It was the best machine for C & D material.” “Potomac Landfill purchased one of the first Powerscreen Warrior 2400s in the U.S.,” stated Mark Keenan, sales manager-parts and company advertising for Powerscreen Mid-Atlantic Inc. The need for two screeners came about several years ago when

The warrior 2400 is working feeding the picking station and scalping the fines material out to the side.

The warrior 2400 is set up ready to feed a picking station.

Potomac Landfill started running out of airspace. “There is a very short timeline that a landfill is open and you want to extend that,” Keenan said. He also explained that 20 years ago recycling was not as common as it is now, and waste was just buried. People didn’t realize the landfill would actually fill up, so now the company has to mine those old areas of the landfill in order to create more airspace. What has turned up, among other things, are old stumps that were shoved into holes and covered with dirt. The Warrior 1800 is now being used for mining those older areas of the landfill and screening the topsoil and wood to create more airspace. Since the Warrior 1800 is being used primarily to free up airspace, the Warrior 2400 is needed for the recycling side of the landfill. Potomac Landfill will be using the 2400 to scalp C&D waste and remove the fines. Any oversize material will be sent to a picking station. Still, the 2400 also will help free up airspace by reducing the amount of waste that actually goes into the landfill. Lewellen cites some impressive numbers: “In 2010 we didn’t have the 2400, yet we diverted 60 million pounds that didn’t go into the landfill. We are trying to double that amount in 2011 using the 2400.” Keenan describes the 2400 that Potomac purchased as “custom made with special screens for scalping C&D trash.” One advantage of the Warrior 2400 is that it has a bigger, redesigned screen box compared to the 1800. The 1800 has a screen box measuring 16 x 5 ft. (4.88 x 1.5 m) while the 2400’s screen box is 20 x 6 ft. (6.1 x 1.8 m), which allows for a bigger area for material to spread out. More screening area equals more production. see POWERSCREEN page 40


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Nordberg Screen-All CV40D 1999 Model. 1798 Hours. Has John Deere engine. Comes with attached dolly to easily maneuver on site. Self-cleaning finger screens on top deck. Machine is like new! Location: North Carolina. $29,500

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On Track...

Kleemann MC 110 Z Jaw Crusher Makes an Appearance

Telsmith’s Hydra-Jaw H3244 Offers Reduced Downtime

Offering a 32 in. (81.3 cm) gape and 44 in. (111.8 cm) width, the H3244 is designed to accept larger feed and yield higher production than current 30 by 42 in. (76 by 106 cm) models. The MC 110 Z track-mounted jaw crusher from Kleemann has a high-torque reversible hydraulic jaw and fully hydraulic gap adjustment.

The MC 110 Z track-mounted jaw crusher from Kleemann has a high-torque reversible hydraulic jaw and fully hydraulic gap adjustment. The R version has an integrated grizzly and the Z version a fully independent double-deck pre-screen. The machine also can be fitted with an optional final screen and oversize discharge, allowing the operator to produce a final graded product with one machine. This fuel-efficient crusher is configured so one man can run one by himself; as he feeds raw material into the crusher, the excavator/grapple operator also can control the MC

110 Z from a wireless remote control unit, on his lap, in the cab. He can shut the machine down or change the size of the material, all off the remote control, which also can be used to “walk” the crusher from one part of the site to the other. MC 110 Z crusher dimensions are 44 by 28 in. (112 by 71 cm) and the unit uses a Cat C9 engine. Its transport weight is 99,200 lbs. (45,000 kg), and length is 47 ft. 5 in. (14.5 m). Width is 9 ft. 10 in. (3 m) For more information, call 615/501-0600 or visit www.wirtgenamerica.com.

Telsmith Inc.’s, hydra-jaw H3244 is the newest and largest model in the hydra-jaw product line. Offering a 32 in. (81.3 cm) gape and 44 in. (111.8 cm) width, the H3244 is designed to accept larger feed and yield higher production than current 30 by 42 in. (76 by 106 cm) models. Incorporating the hydra-jaw toggle, the H3244 features hydraulic tramp iron relief, chamber clearing and setting adjustment. This new technology allows operators to clear the chamber or adjust the setting, from a control house or remote location, using push button controls. Hydraulic tramp iron relief automatically protects the crusher from damage when an overload occurs and resets after the tramp iron clears the chamber. By

incorporating these features into jaw crushers, the hydra-jaw provides safer crusher operation with reduced parts consumption and downtime, according to the manufacturer. Designed to perform in hard rock quarry or S&G operations, the H3244 also is flexible in how it is applied. Built using the Telsmith sculpted, low profile main frame concept, the H3244 is available installed on a complete modular primary structure or as a road portable primary plant. Hopper and rock box options can accommodate truck dump, loader or excavator feed arrangements. For more information, call 800/765-6601 or visit www.telsmith.com.


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Apron Feeder, Punch Plates Top List of New Features POWERSCREEN from page 33

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Sandvik Unveils QI440 Track-Mounted Impactor

The unit has an operating weight of 55 ton (49.8 t) and is 51 ft. (15.5 m) in length in transport configuration.

The Sandvik QI440 is a purpose built tracked impact crusher designed to process aggregate and construction materials on site wherever, and whenever, they are required. Powered by a 443 hp (330 kW) C-13 Tier III compliant diesel engine, the Sandvik QI440 is carried on a maneuverable tracked undercarriage and incorporates a Sandvik CI322 impactor with a fluid clutch drive. Fed via a two-deck pre-screen, the crusher is a four hammer open-style rotor with a diameter of 45 in. (1,150) mm and a width of 52 in. (1,330 mm) and discharges onto a secondary pan feeder. The plant also is equipped with a primary feeder and a separate two-deck pre-screen. A relatively low weight and compact dimensions — the unit has an operating weight of 55 ton (49.8 t) and is 51 ft. (15.5 m) in length in transport configuration — means the QI440 is transportable in a single load, allowing it to be readily moved and redeployed for maximum utilization. Optional equipment includes a remote diesel and water pump, an overband magnet for recycling and demolition applications, and a dolly chassis for ease of transport. The machine is designed to deliver throughputs from 330 to 386 ton (300 to 350 t) per hour in materials including granite, slate, limestone, brick and asphalt and is suitable for a wide variety of many applications such as secondary or fine crushing of softer rocks and in various demolition and recycling applications, according to the manufacturer. They key features of the QI440 include: • Reduction ratio across a broad product spectrum • Variable speed primary pan feeder for controlled and continuous feed integrated with engine loading for maximum control • Independent grizzly and underpan feeder reduces risk of blockages • Optional recirculation conveyor • Global aftermarket support, with standard stock parts to ensure maximum uptime. • Machine designed for optimum fuel economy and low operating costs. For more information, visit www.sandvik.com.

Conveyor Option Allows Economical Onsite Mobility Superior Industries has a new single wheel drive conveyor mobility option. When applied with a portable radial stacking conveyor, operations realize an economical solution to increased onsite and transfer point mobility, according to the manufacturer. Suited to applications where portable conveyors operate in conjunction with a mobile crusher, the single wheel drive option allows greater flexibility for the mobile in-pit operator or for the site-to-site contract crusher. Additionally, the option also can deliver affordable mobility for bin or bunker loading operations, and for smaller rail or barge loading facilities. No matter what the application, this conveyor mobility option reduces the need for costly haul trucks and loaders and additional material handling. Engineered for quick onsite conveyor relocation and repositioning, the single wheel drive is designed for radial travel at the base of the conveyor. Operated manually or via an optional wireless remote system, the unit is easily steerable due to its hydraulic planetary wheel drive for optimal rotational power. For transport, the single wheel drive hydraulically lifts for storage under the conveyor. Other conveyor mobility options from Superior Industries include the company’s mobile pivot base and radial travel track options for the TeleStacker conveyor. For more information, visit www.superior-ind.com.

Operated manually or via an optional wireless remote system, the unit is easily steerable due to its hydraulic planetary wheel drive for optimal rotational power.


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In May, construction spending at the state and local level fell 1.2 percent to $246.6 billion — the lowest point since November 2006. Spending at the federal level rose 2.1 percent to $29.6 billion. “This still-rocky environment is still hurting consumer confidence,� said Jennifer H. Lee, senior economist at BMO Capital Markets. Homeowners are renovating their houses rather than moving. Builders are struggling to compete with a wave of foreclosures that are forcing down prices of previously occupied homes. Older, re-sold homes are a comparative bargain and in great supply. The median price for a previously occupied home in May was $166,500. New homes are about $56,100 higher, or nearly 31 percent. The gap is largely due to the flood of foreclosures and short sales, when lenders accept less than what’s owed on mortgages. “Given the glut of homes on the market and in the foreclosure pipeline, homebuilders have little incentive to build,� said Sam Bullard, senior economist at Wells

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Cautious Optimism Grows Over Shale Supply, Jobs Holding Up for Decades

And Your Hitachi Dealers

DRILLING from page 12

times for certain types of equipment, but because of our relationships with fellow Cat dealers, we’ve been able to work out inventory trades.” Despite the stampede, Tinkham said, “We have been fortunate to take care of our customers and at the same time build relationships with oil and drill companies moving in from Texas and Oklahoma and more traditional petroleum markets.” Mascaro Construction Company is one of 200 members of the Marcellus Shale Coalition. Unlike New Dominion, the Pittsburgh general contractor was not on the ropes before the shale drilling rush began. Neither has it experienced as much business from the shale boom as New Dominion, but Buzz Thropp believes that will change as the drilling activity matures. “We have had a few small orders over the last year, small orders as we view them, mostly civil work, moving dirt and pouring foundations,” said Thropp, director of business development of Mascaro. He said ground is quickly being broken — ponds, roads, foundations — in a push by small drillers to establish drill sites before the Pennsylvania legislature enacts anticipated tax changes. “This is not the kind of work that we entertain,” he said of the start-up projects. “Our hope is that as this activity continues to grow, which it obviously is doing, and the good oil companies buy in, such as Chevron, Exxon, Shell and Mobil, that they will want to drill with professional union contractors like us.” A Long-Term Market? Thropp believes the drilling activity will not flare up and die away before the company has greater opportunity to cash in. He cites a 1908 geological report that predicted tapping the Marcellus shale would produce a spurt of economic activity lasting 50 years. New Dominion’s Pascuzzi sees the spurt as something that already has begun. “If you are a contractor and persistent, you will find work is available. If you will play by the drillers’ rules and standards, they will keep you pret-

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A winching drill rig is put into place. A well site pad nears completion in Clinton County, Pa.

ty busy.” Pascuzzi said he is “banking on a Penn State report that the drilling will continue to escalate at least until 2020.” After that, he added, maintenance of sites and roads will still be around. Heavy construction equipment operator classes at the College of Technology at Williamsport have become slightly more popular than normal, according to Tom Gregory, the vice president for instruction, but only slightly. “They’ve always been very popular. But there is a lot of pressure from gas and service companies. They have come into the area and are hiring technicians, who are leaving companies, and those jobs in turn have to be filled. In the long-term, there is going to be steady demand for engine technicians, surveyors, inspectors of all kinds.” To Gregory, “long-term” means 30 to 60 years. “There is nothing I have seen that would point to something shutting down the drilling activity. The companies are doing a pretty good job of public relations. Roads are busy, but they are being repaired and are better than in the beginning. So I doubt there is going to be anything that is going to stop it. I don’t envision anything like that happening.” Nevertheless, Tinkham of Cleveland Brothers, said sudden stoppage of the economic activity is being factored into the dealership’s planning. “We are opti-

mistic that, based on the projections for the natural gas preserve, there is potential for revenue streams to grow slightly over the next 20 years. But we are realistic enough to know that if there is any kind of intervention by the EPA or the state legislature, a moratorium on drilling could happen and it could disappear virtually overnight.” It already happened in New York. Former Gov. David Patterson put a hold on the hydraulic fracturing and drilling last year after vetoing a legislative ban. In June, his successor, Gov. Andrew Cuomo, began the process of lifting the ban. If Cuomo succeeds, the drilling fever is expected to spread into New York. West Virginia drilling preceded the Pennsylvania experience. Cleveland Brothers actually got its first burst of business from drilling activity in northern West Virginia. New Dominion Construction already is working in West Virginia and, according to Pascuzzi, is well positioned to continue the pad construction work in southern New York if that area is opened up. “I am ready to go.” Looking way down the road, if natural gas production from Marcellus shale begins to wane, geologists say drillers have the option of punching on through the Marcellus layer into a thicker strata below, the Utica shale. Natural gas exists there, too, in commercial quantities. Though the wells would have to be much deeper, the drilling pads and other infrastructure already would be in place, reducing start-up costs. But that’s a story for another day. (This story also can be found on Construction Equipment Guide’s Web site at www.constructionequipmentguide.com.) CEG

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Efficiency Slide-Rail System Works Well for First-Time User UPGRADE from page 18

tures or lengths of pipe more than 40 ft. (12 m). “This was the first time our subcontractor had installed slide rail, but they picked up the knack for installing it very well and very quickly, and that was even with the ground being so wet that we needed to pump out the area,” Ritter said. Overall, it took about five weeks to install the system, pour-thestructure and remove the system. Because this was the first time PCL has used its slide rail system, Efficiency sent its director of slide rail systems Greg Ross. “That’s very typical of how it goes with first time slide rail users,” said Ross. “The first day, they usually are intrigued on how and if it’s going to work; the second day, there is usually a bit of consternation as they have to overcome unexpected ground conditions and as they are trying to put the system in one piece at a time; but by the third day, they really get the hang of it, and they really start

to figure out that this is a great system.” They were very patient and a great bunch of guys to work with,” said Agamie. “They were very willing to learn and it was a pleasure doing business with them,” he said. Slide rail is installed simultaneously as the trench or pit is excavated. The individual component pieces can be handled with a standard size excavator which means that excavation contractors can usually install the shoring system themselves. PCL used a Volvo 460 excavator to install the system. Inside the pit, PCL put in a Bobcat and mini-excavator to dig under the posts and panels and any spots the bigger machine could not reach. Slide rail is installed by sliding the panels into integrated rails on the posts, and then pushing the panels and posts incrementally down to grade as the pit is dug; a process commonly referred to as a “dig and push” shoring system. Slide rail is considered “active

PCL installs a second slightly smaller pour-in-place access vault at another location at the hospital. PCL was able to reutilize the same slide rail components to shore the second excavation.

shoring” which means that personnel and equipment can be safely in the hole throughout the entire installation and removal process. PCL installed a 37 by 35 by 24 ft. (11 by 10 by 7.3 m) deep ClearSpan configured slide rail system. Efficiency’s ClearSpan design is unique in that it shores a large excavation without any need for cross-braces. The system stays entirely open by utilizing waler i-

beams on the outside of the system at the top, and inside the system to prevent deflection. The walers integrate into the slide rail system with the use of custom brackets that slide along the posts. The inside waler brackets have rollers on the back allowing it to easily move up and down as the system is installed and removed. The second vault PCL installed was a little smaller than the first.

Ritter anticipated being able to use slide rail again, but, “We made sure that the soil conditions would work for it. It turned out to have better soil than the first location so using slide rail again was the right call.” Plus, PCL was able to reuse the same slide rail system components as the first excavation. The PCL family of companies is a group of independent construction companies which carry out diverse operations in the civil infrastructure, heavy industrial and buildings markets. PCL has an annual construction volume of more than $5 billion, making it the largest contracting organization in Canada and one of the largest in the United States. With Florida offices in Orlando, Jacksonville and Tampa, and Houston, Texas; Professional Shoring and Supply is an official Efficiency Production Inc. trench shielding and shoring equipment distributor. For more information, call 888/777-8307 or visit www.professionalshoring.com.

CEO Expects Growth to Follow Rebound After Recession H&E from page 8

one equipment dealer from another. At H&E, that’s what we hang our hat on. We believe the products we carry are industry leaders, but we’ll acknowledge there is a lot of good equipment out there today. Customer support is what can differentiate one dealer from another, and at H&E, we try to deliver support that is unrivaled in our territories.” Optimistic About the Future Like all equipment distributors, H&E took its lumps during the recession, but Engquist says he’s optimistic about the future. “We think the construction economy has finally bottomed and we’re now beginning to cycle back up. We believe that 2011 is going to be better than 2010, and that 2012 will be significantly better than 2011.” What does that mean for H&E? It means the company expects to continue growing. “When the downturn started, we took the position that we were going to control our costs, protect our balance sheet and position ourselves to take advantage of the recovery when it arrived,” Engquist explained. “Now that the recovery appears to have begun, we hope to open some new locations in the near future as opportunities arise. We’re not aggressively looking for acquisitions, but we’ll examine any opportunity that makes sense for us. I do think there’s going to continue to be consolidation in the distribution industry. At H&E, we intend to be one of the companies that’s growing rather than shrinking.” Reprinted with permission from H&E Equipment Services (This story also can be found on Construction Equipment Guide’s Web site at www.constructionequipmentguide.com.) CEG

H&E offers a full range of product support capabilities, including a track press and other undercarriage repair services.


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noted. “In addition to the HDPE cap, six feet of soil cover was installed across the CCP fill limits at a compaction rate of at least 95 percent modified Proctor meeting FAA fill placement requirements for the development of aviation facilities and infrastructure. These improvements provide the necessary site conditions conducive to the continued development of the new taxiway and commercial aviation site.” Speaking of the various complications involved in the Asheville Airport project, Sewell observed that “In an industry not traditionally known for its innovation, Charah has remained committed to developing and providing innovative solutions that are environmentally conscious. With nearly 20 years of engineered fill experience, our team of experts not only has done this before but we also are well versed in complying with government regulations as well as implementing the most up-to-date solutions.” At the time of the project, state regulations allowing the use of CCP materials as suitable fill did not require the added use of the comprehensive liner system nor the provision for an HDPE cap liner. Charah and Progress considered the application of these design

elements environmentally responsible and progressive to industry standards, while the project solved the economic strains that were preventing a much-needed infrastructure and commercial development for the airport, as well as providing an advanced and conscientious use of CCP material. “Charah provides a broad base of services to the coal-fired utility industry to assist them in meeting the increasing environmental requirements under which they operate. We are committed to providing our utility partners innovative, environmentally conscious solutions to meet all of their ash management and power plant support services needs. In approaching the Asheville Regional Airport about this idea, we were able to provide a solution for Progress Energy and the airport, solving two problems at the same time,” said Charles Price, president and CEO of Charah Inc. “As a group, Progress Energy, Charah and the Asheville Airport agreed to utilize only state-of-the-art products and materials for this project. We worked hard to design and construct the first of its kind, next generation facility utilizing the latest in environmentally sound engineering,” added Rob Reynolds, project manager at Progress Energy.

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! July 28, 2011 – Presentation. AGC St. Louis is sponsoring a Federal Transporation Funding and Policy Issues Presentation on Thursday, July 28th from 8:00 AM to 9:00 AM at the Construction Training School (6301 Knox Industrial Drive, St. Louis, MO). Missouri will receive more than $850 million in federal highway investment this year, but some in Congress want to cut that number by more than 35 percent starting in 2012. Hear a senior executive from ARTBA, an AGC of St. Louis national affiliate, provide the latest update on reauthorization of the federal surface transportation programs. Give your input and discuss what the industry can do to ensure robust, long-term funding for these programs, which will help stabilize the St. Louis region’s transportation construction market. Register online at http://events.agcstl.org/imispuglic/ or call

The Asheville Airport project was recently recognized by the South-East Chapter of the American Association of Airport Executives when it was presented with their General Aviation Project of the Year Award for creative use of a regional partnership to efficiently, effectively, and safely conduct a major fill project. About the Company Charles Price founded Charah Inc., in 1987 and has more than 35 years of experience in the construction industry. In 1992, he began focusing exclusively on ash management and is now recognized as an industry leader and expert. He currently serves on the board of directors of the American Coal Ash Association as Secretary/Treasurer. Based in Louisville, Ky., Charah Inc., is a coal combustion products (CCP) management company working in the coal-fired electric utility industry. In operation for more than twenty years and handling more than six million tons of various CCPs annually, its areas of expertise include support services for power plants, construction of ash ponds and landfills and development of markets here and abroad for client’s CCP material as well as assistance in meeting industry-wide

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Donna Pigg at 314-480-3179. Questions??? Call the AGC of St. Louis offices at 314-781-2356. 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 314-781-2356 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

environmental requirements. Charah’s work in the coal by-product industry earned it the 2005 Innovation Award from the EPA’s Coal Combustion Products Partnership (C2P2) for increasing the use of coal-combustion products with its ash-based packaged concrete. The company is currently processing bottom ash that is being sold to Quikrete for production into packaged concrete at an Ameren facility outside St. Louis. The final product is being sold into Home Depot locations in Missouri. The company’s current projects include the design, permit, construction, and operation of a 65-acre landfill for and in partnership with Constellation Power Source Generation Inc., of Baltimore. With a capacity of about seven million tons of CCBs and an anticipated life span of 22 years, it will be the first in Maryland featuring CCPs and built to the EPA’s new potential regulations. Special features include a leachate collection system, groundwater monitoring wells, stormwater management system and the preservation of on-site wetlands. (This story also can be found on Construction Equipment Guide’s Web site at www.constructionequipmentguide.com.) CEG

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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WANTED WHEEL LOADERS • WE ARE CURRENTLY LOOKING FOR USED CAT WHEEL LOADERS 936, 950E, 966D, 966E, 966F, 966G, 966H, 980C, 988B. OFFER US WITH PRICES, SERIAL NUMBERS, PICTURES, YEAR MODELS AND MACHINE CONDITION. OFFER US WITH WHOLESALE PRICES ONLY. CONTACT: AIMN PHONE: +971504814823 EMAIL: SALE@ALWAFAEQUIPMENT.COM –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– WANT TO PURCHASE PC400-7, ORIGINL PAINT . CONTACT: RASHID MAHMOOD PHONE: +97150 2663939 FAX: +9716 5350006 EMAIL: RRASHIDMAHMOOD@ HOTMAIL.COM –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– KOMATSU D61PX12 • LOOKING FOR A MID HOUR (4-7K) MACHINE WITH AT LEAST 50% UNDERCARRIGE AND REASONABLY TIGHT BLADE CONTACT: TOM SCHIMELFENIG PHONE: 701-984-2522 FAX: 701-984-2523 EMAIL: TOMPEGGY@DAKTEL.COM –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– 4022 PIONEER ROLL SHELLS • WE ARE LOOKING FOR A SET OF SHELLS IN GOOD OR EVEN UNUSED CONDITION FOR AN OLDER CRUSHER. THANKS. CONTACT: LEEROY CARPENTER PHONE: 701-549-3727 EMAIL: LJC_CONSTRUCTION@ YAHOO.COM –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– ASSEMBLY CONTACT: TOM URBAN PHONE: 605-942-7378 EMAIL: TURBAN@SIOUXVALLEY.NET –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– KOMATSU PC300 LC5 CONTACT: IJAZ AHMED PHONE: 916-550-7009 EMAIL: TPPDEQUIP@GMAIL.COM –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– EQUIPMENT FOR SCRAP CONTACT: MIKE MURPHY PHONE: 805-929-4604 FAX: 805-929-6485 EMAIL: HEYJUDE9999@ATT.NET –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– WATER WELL DRILL • WANT TO BUY ATLAS COPCO/INGERSOLL-RAND T4W OR RD20 WATER WELL DRILL. NEED GOOD RUNNING DRILL THAT CAN GO DIRECTLY TO WORK. MUST HAVE 3300 OF STEEL RAD AND HAMMER WITH COMPLETE TOOLS TO DRILL 1000 METER FOR WATER WELL . MUST BE 2000 TO 2007 CONTACT: TONY THOMAS PHONE: 818-956-5231 FAX: 818-967-5239 EMAIL: TONYTHOMAS@ PACIFICCRANES.COM –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– HITACHI EX2001 EXCAVATORS • IM LOOKING FOR HITACHI EX 200-1 EXCAVATORS FOR EXPORT. CONTACT: MOHAMMAD ISMAIL PHONE: 00353867911323 EMAIL: MARIOS_KHAN@HOTMAIL.COM ––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––

YANMAR ENGINE OR PARTS • LOOKING FOR RUNNING OR REBUILDABLE YANMAR 4TNV98T OR 4TNV106T DIESEL ENGINE. OR JUST A CYLINDER HEAD FOR A YANMAR 4TNV106T DIESEL. CONTACT: JAMES ZHELTONOGA PHONE: 610-847-8697 EMAIL: JMZEE@FRONTIER.COM –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– USED HITACHI ZX200 CONTACT: BINDAKHAN FZCO EMAIL: DAKHANFZ@EIM.AE –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– CATERPILLAR D400E OFF ROAD TRUCKS • (5 ) 1996-1999 D400E TRUCKS SERIES L WILL CONSIDER SERIES LL CONTACT: RICHARD PHONE: 603 828-6100 EMAIL: CMISOLD@COMCAST.NET –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– ALL THE TIME BULLDOZER D6H D7G D8K D8N 155 355 375 ENC CAB WITH RIPPER USER CONTACT: JEAN MAURICE BOUTIN PHONE: 1-450-346-8975 EMAIL: JEANMAURICEBOUTIN@ BULLDOZERJM.COM –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– 3RD MEMBER OR ENTIRE REAREND FOR CMI RS425 ROAD RECLAIMER CONTACT: CANDACE HINTON PINTO CONSTRUCTION PHONE: 936-569-6155 FAX: 936-569-6334 EMAIL: CHINTON0810@YAHOO.COM –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– CARRIER ASSY PART# 23B1500242 • CARRIER ASSY FOR A KOMATSU GD611A-1 S/N10603 CONTACT: CARGO AWAY CORP PHONE: 786-287-7056 FAX: 305-573-7038 EMAIL: CARGOAWAYCORP@LIVE.COM –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– KOMATSU WHEEL LOADER WA6003 • MACHINES MUST B LOW HOUR , ORIGINAL PAINT , MULTIPLE UNITS WHOLE SALE PRICE REQUIRED. CONTACT: RASHID MAHMOOD PHONE: +97150 2663939 FAX: +9716 5350006 EMAIL: RASHID@ALRAAS.COM –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– CASE OR CAT SKIDSTEER • I WOULD LIKE TO BUY A CASE OR CAT SKIDSTEER ON CONTRACT.BANKS ARE NOT AS FRIENDLY TO SMALL BUISNESS OWNERS ANY LONGER.I MUST HAVE A LOW HOUR MACHINE AND LARGE SIZE-90XT-OR-450 AND OR CAT 297 OR 299. CONTACT: JOHN VOSS PHONE: 641-660-1664 EMAIL: JOHN.VOSS@MCHSI.COM –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– KOMATSU DOZER • WANTED KOMATSU D41 D53 D58 BULDOZER CONTACT: IJAZ AHMED PHONE: 0019165507009 EMAIL: TPPDEQUIP@GMAIL.COM ––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––

HITACHI EXCAVATORS • UHO83 HITACHI EXC.WANTED MULTIPLE UNITS WHOLESALE PRICES PLEASE ...WILL CONSIDER ALL OFFERS AND MACHINES ... CONTACT: DALE PHONE: 360-551-9778 FAX: 360-895 3478 EMAIL: DALE.HEAVYEQUIPMENT HUNTERS@GMAIL.COM –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– VERMEER GRINDER • I AM LOOKING FOR A VERMEER GRINDER HG200 AND A TMR ANIMAL FEED MIXER CONTACT: KURT HORVATH PHONE: 847 344 4114 FAX: 847 391 9267 EMAIL: GREENROOFER@ INTRINSICLANDSCAPING.COM –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– HYDRAULIC EXCAVATOR • LOOKING FOR PC400-6 , PC400-7, ORIGINAL PAINT, NICE UNITS CONTACT: RASHIDMAHMOOD PHONE: +97150 2663939 FAX: +9716 5350006 EMAIL: RASHID@ALRAAS.COM –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– CF (WOODS) MANUAL QUICK COUPLER • COUPLER TO FIT CASE 9030B/CX210 EXCAVATOR 80MM PINS 17 3/4-18 INCH CENTER TO CENTER CONTACT: TOM SCHIMELFENIG PHONE: 701-984-2522 FAX: 701-984-2523 EMAIL: TOMPEGGY@DAKTEL.COM –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– CASE 521D WHEEL LOADER | CONTACT: FRANK HORAN @ TRICO EQUIPMENT PHONE: 800-654-USED (8733) EXT. 1230 FAX: 856-697-4842 EMAIL: FHORAN@TRICOEQUIPMENT.COM –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– TIMBERJACK SKIDDER 460 • WANTED TO BUY, USED/AUCTION TIMBERJACK SKIDDER WITH WINCH. NOT INTERESTED IN THE GRAPPLE. CONTACT: AGNES PHONE: +233243682595 FAX: +2330302776244 EMAIL: ANAIS_ABABIO@YAHOO.COM –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– BACKHOE RIMS • JD PART#AT169550 RIMS TO FIT A 12.5/80-18 TIRE OFF A 310 OR 315SE BACKHOE CONTACT: DICK BOHN PHONE: 715-472-2263 EMAIL: BABY33@LAKELAND.WS –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– SET OF FORKS FOR A DRESSER 520C CONTACT: EUGENE ZEMPEL PHONE: 507-828-3390 FAX: 507-249-3060 EMAIL: ZEMPELE@HOTMAIL.COM –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– NEED TO BUY D7G D8 D9 D10 WITH RIPPER I-I PREFERABLE CONTRACTORS PLEASE CONTACT: JEAN MAURICE BOUTIN PHONE: 1-450-346-8975 EMAIL: JEANMAURICEBOUTIN@ BULLDOZERJM.COM ––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––

NEED CUMMINS QSX15 ENGINES ANY CONDITION CONSIDERED CONTACT: HOWARD PHONE: 312-368-7997 FAX: 312-368-9419 EMAIL: HOWARD@DIESELSALES.COM –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– 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 ––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––


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Ritchie Bros. Auctioneers Holds Statesville, N.C., Auction

Wayne Farrell (L), and Kenny Earnhardt (R), both of Earnhardt Grading, Stanley, N.C., had a few questions on the John Deere machines so they turned to their John Deere man, Jeff Fink of James River Equipment.

(L-R) are John O’Bryan, Caterpillar; Jesus Ramirez, Gibbs, Gaston, Ala.; and Harry Hurley, used equipment manager, Blanchard Machinery.

O

n June 30 Ritchie Bros. Auctioneers’ held a multi-million dollar auction in Statesville, N.C. In total, more than 1,600 bidders from 36 countries, including 47 U.S. states and all 10 Canadian provinces and one territory, registered to participate in the auction either on-site or online. More than 60 percent of the equipment was purchased by out-of-state buyers from as far away as Australia, Bolivia, Peru and the United Kingdom. Approximately 24 percent of the equipment was sold to online buyers. The auction featured 950-plus equipment items and trucks, including 25-plus hydraulic excavators, 25 crawler tractors, 20 motor scrapers, 15-plus loader backhoes, 15 wheel loaders, 15-plus agricultural tractors and more. see RITCHIE page 64

Rick Sowers (L), Sowers Construction Co. Inc., Mt Airy, N.C., talks with Ethan Grabill of Ritchie Bros about a few machines that will be headed over the ramp.

Jeff Matlock (L), Matlock Used Parts, Cleveland, N.C.; and Phil Graham and his grandson Colton Graham, Graham Farms, Cleveland, N.C., came to the sale to buy a few excavators.

Josh Bandy of Ritchie Bros. caught the high bid on this Cat 627G scraper. The sale included a good selection of scrapers from Cat, John Deere and International.

(L-R): Ron Vincent, retired; Kenneth Tysinger, May Heavy Equipment, Lexington, N.C.; and Rick Stidham, Earthmovers Equipment, Charlotte, N.C., talk about the rising prices of the used equipment being sold.


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COMPLETE LIQUIDATION

SECURED PARTY AUCTION

COMPLETE DUMP TRUCK & TRUCK TRAILER LIQUIDATION PLUS CONSTRUCTION & LOGGING EQUIPMENT

LATE MODEL CAT CONSTRUCTION EQUIPMENT, DUMP TRUCKS, TRUCK TRACTORS.

SLG TRUCKING

THURSDAY, JULY 28 @ 10:00 AM

FRIDAY, AUGUST 5 @ 9:30 AM

BATESVILLE (LITTLE ROCK), ARKANSAS

TUSCALOOSA, ALABAMA

NOTE: Selling in this auction will be a complete liquidation from a local contractor for a secured creditor, along with trucks from a neighbor. HILITES: 5 CRAWLER TRACTORS: 2002 Cat D8R-II (cab, air, ripper), (2) 2006 -2005 Cat D6RLGP-II (cab, air, winch), 2004 Cat D6RLGPII (cab, air), HYDRAULIC EXCAVATORS: 2005 Cat 330CL, Cat 320CL, MOTOR GRADER: Cat 140H, 2 VIBRATORY ROLLERS: 2003 Cat CS563E, Hamm 3412P (84in.), TRACTOR LOADER BACKHOES: Cat 420D (4x4), Cat 420D (4x4), TELESCOPIC FORKLIFTS: Skytrak 8042, ROUGH TERRAIN FORKLIFTS: JCB 930, 4 FORKLIFTS: Cat GC25, Toyota 6FG-25, Komatsu FGC25, Mitsubishi FGC-25, 2 WATER TRUCKS: 1989 Ford 2,000gal., 1986 Ford C8000 (s/a), 8 DUMP TRUCKS: 2001-1993 Kenworth T800 (tri.), 1987 Kenworth T800 (tri.), 1989 Peterbilt 379 (tri.), (3) 1989-1987 Int’l. 9300 Eagle (tri.), 3 TRUCK TRACTORS: 1998 Int’l. 9300 Eagle (tri.), 1999-1996 Freightliner Classic (t/a), SERVICE TRUCK: 1995 Ford F450 (s/a), FUEL/ LUBE TRUCK: 1989 GMC C60 Gas Tanker (s/a), PICKUP: 2005 Chevy Z71 (4x4), 16 FLATBED TRAILERS: 20022001-2000-(2) 1999-1998-(2) 1997-(4) 1996-(3) 1995 Transcraft (t/a), 2000 Trailmobile (t/a), 9 VAN TRAILERS: (2) 1999 Trailmobile, 1996-(2) 1995 Dorsey, 1994-1991 Wabash, 1994 Pine, 1996 UTBC (t/a), RECREATIONAL VEHICLES: Polaris Ranger (4x4), ATTACHMENTS: Excavators: 2009 FMI 1000 Hydraulic Hammer, Manual & Hydraulic Thumbs, Skid Steers: Buckets, Grapples, Forks, Quick Attachments, ATTACHMENTS: Skid Steers: New 2010 Super Cut Asphalt Cutters, Pallet Forks, Stump Buckets, Hay Spears, Mount Plates, Low Profile & Smooth Buckets, Tree Booms, Backhoes, Forks, Root Grapple, Tree Boom, Backhoe, Versatech Hay Spears, Root & Grapple Buckets, Frames, Stump Buckets, Quick Attach Plates, Snow & Mulch Buckets, New 2010 Super Cut Asphalt Cutters, Excavators: New Excalibur X36 Thumb, New 3500-5600 thumbs, Buckets, PLUS QUANTITY OF SUPPORT & SHOP, TOOL EQUIPMENT: New Mustang Plate Compactors, New Mustang Concrete Vibrators, New Mustang Submersible Pumps, New Abrasive & Diamond Blades, New Stiff neck Pintle Hitches, New Air Spray Guns, New Ratchet Cargo Straps, New Impact Wrenches, Air Spray Guns, New Huskie Hammer Drill, New Jack hammer Hose, New Impact Wrenches, New Water Hose., Pintle Hitches, Ratchet Straps, Diamond Blades, Submersible Pumps, Concrete Vibrator, Impact Wrenches, Water Hoses, Air Spray Gun Kit, Water Pump, Mustang Rammer, Jack Hammer Air Hose, Hammer Drill, Hose Reels, Scaffolding, Porta Powers, Straps, Bottle Jacks, Battery Charger, Winches, Socket, Hose Reel, Booster Packs, Weedeater, Chainsaws, Vise, Sandblaster, Drill Press, Tri-Ball, Post Hole Digger, Cherry Picker, Wagon, Trailer Jacks, Pressure Jack. ARKANSAS AUCTIONEER LIC. # 1870 SALE SITE PHONE: (731) 234-8925

NOTE: SLG Trucking, having decided to devote more attention to general contracting, the decision has been made to liquidate this fine group of dump trucks, truck tractors & dump trucks. HILITES INCLUDE: 2 HYDRAULIC EXCAVATORS: 2004 Cat 320CL, 2010 JD 200DLC, RUBBER TIRED LOADERS: 2006 JD 444J, CRAWLER TRACTORS: 2006 JD 700J, LOG LOADERS: Timberjack 330, 10 DUMP TRUCKS: (2) 2006-(3) 2005-2000 Kenworth T800 (tri.), 2003 Peterbilt 378 (tri.), 2000 Peterbilt 357 (tri.), 2003 Western Star 4964 (tri.), 1999 Sterling (tri.), 3 TRUCK TRACTORS: 2004-2002-2000 Kenworth W900 (t/a), BUSES: 2004 Ford E450, DETACHABLE GOOSENECK TRAILERS: 2008 Trailking TK110HDG-503 (tri.), 3 DUMP TRAILERS: 2000 Palmer TA24H (t/a), (2) 2004 R&S 22ft. (t/a), 82 RECREATIONAL & UTILITY VEHICLES: (79) 2007 Club Car Golf Carts, (3) Club Car Turf II Carry All, ATTACHMENTS: Excavators: Thumbs, Buckets, Skid Steers: Pallet Forks, Stump Buckets, Hay Spears, Mount Plates, Low Profile & Smooth Buckets, Tree Booms, Backhoes, Forks, Root Grapple, Tree Boom, Backhoe, Versatech Hay Spears, Root & Grapple Buckets, Frames, Stump Buckets, Quick Attach Plates, Snow & Mulch Buckets, SUPPORT EQUIPMENT: Allen Power Trowel, (2) New Easy Kleen Magnum Plus Pressure Washers, New Abrasive & Diamond Blades, New Stiff neck Pintle Hitches, New Air Spray Guns, New Ratchet Cargo Straps, New Impact Wrenches, Air Spray Guns, New Huskie Hammer Drill, New Jack hammer Hose, New Impact Wrenches, New Water Hose, Pintle Hitches, Ratchet Straps, Diamond Blades, Submersible Pumps, Concrete Vibrator, Impact Wrenches, Water Hoses, Air Spray Gun Kit, Water Pump, Mustang Rammer, Jack Hammer Air Hose, Hammer Drill, Hose Reels, Scaffolding, Porta Powers, Straps, Bottle Jacks, Battery Charger, Winches, Socket, Hose Reel, Booster Packs, Weedeater, Chainsaws, Vise, Sandblaster, Drill Press, Tri-Ball, Post Hole Digger, Cherry Picker, Wagon, Trailer Jacks, Pressure Jack. For more info: Contact Mark White @ (205) 454-4646.

ALABAMA AUCTIONEER LICENSE: #1394, Jack Lyon, Auctioneer: Mark White AL#1808

online bidding available: www.lyonauction.com

online bidding available: www.lyonauction.com DIRECTIONS: From Little Rock Airport: take I-440 East to 67 North – go North to exit 55, at end of exit turn left (North) Highway 167 toward Batesville, approximately 12 miles to sale site on right. From Batesville Airport: Take Highway 167 South about 15 miles. Site on left. Address: 7877 Batesville Blvd., Pleasant Plains, AR 72568.

DIRECTIONS: From Birmingham Airport: take Interstate 20 & 59 West to exit 68, go 3 miles to 1st traffic light take left (south) on Hwy. 11 & 43. Sale site 3 miles on right. Adjacent to Black Warrior Equipment. Address: 7110 Black Warrior Road, Tuscaloosa, AL 35401.

ALEX LYON & SON

ALEX LYON & SON

Sales Managers & Auctioneers, Inc.

Sales Managers & Auctioneers, Inc.

Bridgeport, NY Phone: 315/633-2944 Fax: 315/633-8010 www.lyonauction.com

Bridgeport, NY Phone: 315/633-2944 Fax: 315/633-8010 www.lyonauction.com


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AUCTION CALENDAR

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530.724.3900 817.237.6544 860.684.1055 815.941.6400 815.941.6400 315.986.4259 970.535.6700 863.420.9919 702.644.2468 559.752.3343 713.455.5200 410.287.4330 208.344.0350 505.836.0738 615.453.4549 507.774.5050 770.304.3355 816.633.4096 360.956.1500 937.568.9500

JUL 26 JUL 27 & 28 JUL 28 AUG 2 AUG 3 AUG 10 AUG 10 AUG 17 * AUG 19 AUG 24 AUG 24 & 25 AUG 25 AUG 26 SEP 7 SEP 13 SEP 13 SEP 14 SEP 15 SEP 21 SEP 22

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ALEX LYON & SON AUCTIONEERS www.lyonauction.com 315-633-2944 • Batesville, AR Thurs., July 28, 2011 For: Complete Liquidation of Late Model Cat Construction Equipment, Dump Trucks, Truck Tractors • Albany, NY Fri., July 30, 2011 For: Construction, Attachments, Support, Tools, Trucks & Trailers • Tuscaloosa, AL Fri., August 5, 2011 For: Complete Dum Trucks & Truck Tractor Liquidation plus Logging Equipment • Queratero, Mexico Fri., August 5, 2011 For: Late Model Construction Equipment, Trucks and Trailers • Edison, NJ Sat., August 6, 2011 For: High Quality Construction, Paving Equipment, Trucks and Trailers • 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 • Mobile, AL Thurs., August 18, 2011 For: Construction and Recycling Equipment, Tub Grinders, Dump Trucks and Truck Tractors • Clearfield, PA Sat., August 20, 2011 For: Late Model Construction, Asphalt Equipment, Trucks and Trailers • Racine, WI Sat., August 20, 2011 For: Late Model Truck Tractors, Dump Trucks, Trailers, Construction and Support Equipment • Houston, TX Tues., August 23, 2011 For: Late Model Construction Equipment, Aerials, Forklifts, Trucks and Trailers • Atlantic City, NJ Sat., September 17, 2011 For: Rental Returns of Construction, Aerials, Attachments, Support, Trucks & Trailers • South Bend, IN Fri., September 23, 2011 For: 2 Auctions in 1 Day! Construction Equipment, Trucks & Trailers • Detroit, MI Fri., October 14, 2011 For: Construction Equipment, Trucks and Trailers • Atlanta, GA DATE TBA For: Construction and Support Equipment, Aerial Lifts, Forklifts, Trucks & Trailers

• Ledyard, CT (Foxwood Casino) DATE TBA For: Construction and Support Equipment, Aerial Lifts, Forklifts, Trucks & Trailers

Coming Auctions I NTER NATIO NAL

RITCHIE BROS. AUCTIONEERS www.rbauction.com 402-421-2631 • Fort Worth, TX July 27-28, 2011 • Hartford, CT July 28, 2011 • Chicago, IL August 2, 2011 • West Chicago, IL August 3, 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 • Houston, TX August 24-25, 2011 • North East, MD August 25, 2011 • Boise, ID August 26, 2011 • Albuquerque, NM Sept. 7, 2011 • Nashville, TN Sept. 13, 2011 • Minneapolis, MN Sept. 13, 2011 • Atlanta, GA Sept. 14, 2011 • Kansas City, MO Sept. 15, 2011 • Olympia, WA Sept. 21, 2011 • Columbus, OH Sept. 22, 2011 • Los Angeles, CA Sept. 23, 2011 • Phoenix, AZ Sept. 27, 2011 • Statesville, NC Sept. 28, 2011 CANADA • Glassville, NB July 28, 2011 • Saskatoon, SK August 4, 2011 • Edmonton, AB Sept. 7-8, 2011 • Truro, NS Sept. 8, 2011 • London, ON Sept. 13, 2011 • Montreal, QC Sept. 22-23, 2011 • Toronto, ON Sept. 26, 2011 • Grande Prairie, AB Sept. 28-29, 2011

• Torreon, Mexico August 10, 2011 • Polotitlan, Mexico September 6, 2011 • Brisbane, Australia September 13, 2011 • Geelong, Australia September 15, 2011 • Ocana, Spain September 15-16, 2011 • Moerdijk, Netherlands September 22-23, 2011 • St, Aubin Sur Gaillon, France Oct. 4, 2011 • Meppen, Germany October 6, 2011 • Hermosillo, Mexico October 7, 2011 • Krakow, Poland Oct. 11, 2011 • Panama City, Panama Oct. 21, 2011 BAR NONE AUCTION www.barnoneauction.com 866-372-1700 • Sacramento, CA Sat., August 13, 2011 For: Construction Equipment • San Bernardino, CA Sat., August 27, 2011 For: Construction Equipment • Sacramento, CA Sat., September 10, 2011 For: Construction Equipment • San Bernardino, CA Fri., September 23, 2011 For: Construction Equipment • Sacramento, CA Sat., October 8, 2011 For: Construction Equipment • San Bernardino, CA Sat., October 22, 2011 For: Construction Equipment • Sacramento, CA Sat., November 12, 2011 For: Construction Equipment • San Bernardino, CA Thurs., November 17, 2011 For: Construction Equipment • Sacramento, CA Sat., December 10, 2011 For: Construction Equipment • San Bernardino, CA Fri., December 16, 2011 For: Construction Equipment CAT AUCTION SERVICES www.catauctions.com 866-750-9432 • Seattle, WA Wed., August 3, 2011 For: Construction Equipment • Grand Rapids, MI Wed., August 17, 2011 For: Construction Equipment

DAVIS AUCTIONS www.davisauctionsinc.com 203-758-4087

IRAY AUCTIONS www.iraymn.com 320-968-7230

• Prospect, CT Sat., August 20, 2011

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

• Prospect, CT Sat., October 15, 2011 • Prospect, CT Sat., December 10, 2011 DEL PETERSON & ASSOCIATES www.delpeterson.com 800-492-9090 • ONLINE ONLY Bidding Closes July 28, 2011 – 10AM For: Trucks, Trailers, Construction and Farm Equipment FAHEY SALES AUCTIONEERS & APPRAISERS www.faheysales.com 952-873-2555 • ONLINE ONLY Fri., July 29, 2011 For: Major Electrical Contractor • New Prague, MN Sat., August 13, 2011 For: Online and Live. Large Ag and Construction and Vehicle Auction • Lathrop, MO Sat., August 27, 2011 For: Online and Live. Construction Equipment from MidCountry Equipment FREY & SONS, INC. www.freyandsons.com 419-455-3739 • Akron, OH Wed., August 3, 2011 For: Construction Equipment G.W. McGREW AUCTION COMPANY www.mcgrewequipment.com 717-428-0922 • ONLINE ONLY Fri., August 12, 2011 For: Construction Equipment, Trucks and Tractors GODBY REALTY & AUCTION www.godbyrealty.com 606-678-8189 • Somerset, KY Fri.-Sat, August 5-6, 2011 For: Equipment and Tools Liquidation for Crown Rental HUNYADY AUCTION COMPANY www.hunyady.com 800-233-6898 • Clarks Summit, PA Wed., August 17, 2011 For: Complete Liquidation Site Tech Inc.

• Foley, MN Fri., September 16, 2011 • Portage, WI Fri., October 14, 2011 • Sioux Falls, SD Fri., November 18, 2011 • Foley, MN Fri., December 2, 2011

• North Franklin, CT Fri./Sat., August 26-27, 2011 For: Construction Equipment PURPLE WAVE AUCTION www.purplewave.com 866-608-9283 • ONLINE ONLY Bidding Starts to Close Thurs., July 28 - 10AM For: Construction Equipment • ONLINE ONLY Bidding Starts to Close Thurs., August 25 - 10AM For: Construction Equipment RITCHASON AUCTIONEERS INC. www.ritchason.com 800-806-3395

• Virtual Equipment and Truck Auction Tues., Sept. 6, 2011-10AM • Virtual Equipment and Truck Auction Thurs., Sept. 22, 2011-10AM • Virtual Equipment and Truck Auction Tues., October 11, 201110AM • Virtual Equipment and Truck Auction Thurs., October 27, 201110AM • Virtual Equipment and Truck Auction Thurs., Nov. 17, 2011-10AM • Virtual Equipment and Truck Auction Thurs., Dec. 15, 2011-10AM

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!

• Lebanon, TN September 17, 2011 For: Construction Equipment

• Thurs., July 28, 2011 For: Construction Equipment

ROY TIETSWORTH AUCTIONEERS www.tietsworth.com 585-243-1563

• Online Only Closing August 3, 2011 For: Tractors, Harvest Equipment, Tillage and More!

• Seneca Falls, NY Thurs., August 11, 2011 For: Construction and Farm Equipment, Antique Equipment

• Online Only Closing August 10, 2011 For: Construction, Ag, Trucks and More!

• Wed., August 3, 2011 For: Motors • Thurs., August 4, 2011 For: Construction Equipment • Wed., August 10, 2011 For: Construction Equipment

• Lebanon, TN December 10, 2011 For: Construction Equipment

STEFFES AUCTIONEERS INC. www.steffesauctioneers.com 701-237-9173 • Online Only Closing August 2, 2011 For: Trucks and Trailers

• Oswego, NY Sat., August 27, 2011 For: Contractor Equipment Auction

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

• Van Buren, ME Thurs., July 28, 2011 For: Construction Equipment, Trucks & Trailers

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

• Online Only Closing August 15, 2011 For: Complete Farm Line including ND Combine and Case 4WD Tractors

MARTIN & MARTIN AUCTIONEERS, INC. www.mmaauction.com 864-947-7888

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

• Aitkin, MN Wed., August 24, 2011 For: Antique Tractor Auction

• Newberry, SC Wed., August 17, 2011 For: One Owner Absolute Auction

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

KEENAN AUCTION COMPANY www.keenanauction.com 207-885-5100

• Pelzer, SC Wed.-Thurs., Sept 21-22, 2011 For: Annual Fall Contractors Auction

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

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

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

MEEKINS AUCTION COMPANY www.meekinsauction.com 800-499-6560

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

• Lumberton, NC Thurs., September 14, 2011 For: Annual Fall Contractors Auction PETROWSKY AUCTIONEERS INC. www.petrowskyauctioneers.com 860-642-4200 • Tewksbury, MA Fri., July 29, 2011 For: Entire Inventory of Dry Wall installation, interior demolition Equipment & Tools

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

• Casselton, ND Thurs., August 25, 2011 For: Trucks and Trailers • Kimbal, MN Thurs., September 1, 2011 For: Antique Tractor Auction UTILITY AUCTIONS www.utilityauctions.net 302-530-9103 • Wilmington, DE Fri., August 26, 2011 For: Construction and Utility Auction VAUGHAN AUCTION GROUP www.vaughanauctiongroup.com 903-873-6777 • Wills Point, TX Thurs., August 4, 2011 For: Summer Contractors Public Auction

RYAN AUCTION SALES www.ryanauctionsales.com 603-491-6159

WESTERN CONSTRUCTION AUCTIONS INC. www.wca-online.com 760-731-7760

• Virtual Equipment and Truck Auction Thurs., August 18, 201110AM

• Perris, CA Thurs., August 18, 2011 For: Heavy Equipment and Vehicles


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HILITES: 2 CRUSHING PLANTS: 2008 Kolberg FT4240, 2008 Kolberg FT2650, SCREENING PLANTS: 2007 Astec FT2408C, 3 CONVEYORS & STACKERS: 2008 Tesco 36 Conveyor 36in. x 30ft., Powerscreen M60 60ft. Conveyor, Astec 30in. x 50ft. Radial Stacker, 18 ARTICULATED HAUL TRUCKS: (3) 2007 JCB 714, (2) Cat D400E, Cat D250E-II, (2) 2006 Case 325, (10) Terex TA30, 10 HYDRAULIC EXCAVATORS: Cat 325DL, Komatsu PC600LC-6K, Kobelco SK300LC, Kobelco SK250 (Long Reach), Kobelco SK150, 2005 Case CX240, Hitachi EX200, JD 590D, 2007 Volvo ECR88, 2006 Kubota KX71-3., 2 MOTOR GRADERS: 2004 Cat 160H, Cat 12G, PULL BEHIND SCRAPER: Michigan 24 yard, 2 RUBBER TIRED LOADERS: 2005 Cat 930G, Volvo L70C, 3 CRAWLER TRACTOR: Cat D8L, 3 CRAWLER LOADERS: Cat 973C, Cat 953LGP, 2007 JD 605C, 4 TRACTOR LOADER BACKHOES: 2005 JD 310G (4x4), Cat 426B (4x4), 2006 NH LB75.B, Case 580L (4x4), VIBRATORY ROLLERS: Vibromax 602PD, PNUEMATIC ROLLERS: Dynapac CP132, TRENCH ROLLERS: 2006 Wacker RT82SC, 10 RUBBER TRACKED SKID STEERS: 2005 Bobcat T250, 2006 Bobcat T190, (2) 2007 Case 450CT, (5) 2007 Case 420CT, 2006 ASV RC100, TELESCOPIC FORKLIFTS: Lull 844C-42, 2 ROUGH TERRAIN FORKLIFTS: (2) 2006 Case 586G, 4 BOOM LIFTS: (4) JLG 60H (4x4), SCISSOR LIFTS: Skyjack SJ9250, 10 GENERATORS: (5) 2006 Magnum MMG80, (2) 2006 Magnum MMG35, 2005 Atlas Copco QAS78, (2) 2003Terex OCI25SQ, 11 LIGHT PLANTS: (10) 2005 Amida AL4060D4MH, Genie TML4000N, BOOM TRUCKS: 2000 Sterling LT750 (s/a), FIRE TRUCKS: Int’l. Water/Foam Fire Truck (4x4), 5 DUMP TRUCKS: (5) 2007 Volvo VHD64B (tri.), 2 TRUCK TRACTORS: 1995 Mack CH613, 1999 Volvo VNM64T, SERVICE TRUCKS: 1990 Ford F700 (s/a), PICKUP TRUCKS: 2002 Ford F250 (4x4), RECREATIONAL VEHICLES: 2005 Club Car XRT1200 Golf Cart, 3 DETACHABLE GOOSENECKS: (3) 2011 Witzco 50T (tri.), FLORIDA AUCTIONEER LICENSE: #AU 0001548, FLORIDA LICENSE: #AB-1091. SALE SITE PHONE: (407) 239-2700, (770) 537-7386, FAX: (407) 239-0068.

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EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITY DEMOLITION MANAGER Cycle Systems, Inc., a regional leader in the recycling industry has an opening for an experienced Demolition Manager to oversee the demolition department in the Roanoke Virginia area. The ideal candidate will have an engineering degree, or equivalent, 2-5 years’ experience working in the demolition field. Must have the ability to address all aspects of projects from initial customer interaction, project assessment, bid preparation, project scheduling, employee management and job oversight. Competitive salary and benefit package. Apply to: Cycle Systems, Inc. 2580 Broadway Ave. Roanoke, VA 24014 Attn: Martha Martin or martha.martin@cyclesystems.com No phone calls please. EOE

More Than 1,600 Bidders Vie for 950 Equipment Items RITCHIE from page 58

John Noble, general manager of K.I.T. Equipment, Louisville, Ky., checks out the undercarriage of this Komatsu D39PX dozer.

Discussing the prices of the scrapers and dozers that sold earlier in the day are Billy Seals (L), Thompson Tractor Company and Darrin Hogeboom, Ritchie Bros.

John Laramore (L), Piedmont Equipment Exchange, Danville, Va.; and Andy Kendall, Abington LLC, Kernersville, N.C., discuss a few pending deals and plan their next venture.

Looking over larger dozers with their Carolina CAT salesman Mitch Christenbury (R), are Brandon (L) and David Ervin, both of Prime Development in Kannapolis, N.C.


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ADVERTISER INDEX ALEX LYON & SON INC

JOHN DEERE ......................................................................22

BATESVILLE AR 07/28/11 TUSCALOOSA AL 8/0 ........59

KAWASAKI CONSTRUCTION MACHINERY ......................21

KISSIMMEE FL 08/16/11 ..............................................63

KLEEMAN ............................................................................39

ALL ERECTION & CRANE RENTAL EQUIPMENT ..............11

KOMATSU AMERICA CORP ................................................53

ALLIED CONSTRUCTION PRODUCTS ..............................13

KUBOTA EXCAVATOR ........................................................47

ALLU GROUP ......................................................................17

M D MOODY & SONS INC ..................................................15

ASC CONSTRUCTION EQUIPMENT USA ........................3,7

MB AMERICA INC ................................................................34

BARGAINS ............................................................................55

MCCLOSKEY INTERNATIONAL ..........................................43

BEARD EQUIPMENT CO......................................................11

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

BROOKS SALES INC ..........................................................15

MOTLEY’S AUCTION & REALTY GROUP

CEG SCALE MODELS ........................................................46 CHICAGO PNEUMATIC ......................................................41 CLASSIFIEDS ......................................................................54 COBLE TRENCH SAFETY ....................................................7 CONSTRUCTION EQUIPMENT CO ....................................36 CONSTRUCTION EQUIPMENT GUIDE ......................6,31,32 CYCLE SYSTEMS ..............................................................64 DOOSAN INFRACORE AMERICA ......................................19 DOOSAN PORTABLE POWER ..........................................45 DURATECH ..........................................................................34 DYNAPAC ............................................................................48 EAGER BEAVER TRAILERS ..............................................25 ESCO CORP ........................................................................29

RICHMOND VA 08/12/11 ..............................................63 NORAM ................................................................................67 NORTH AMERICAN ATTACHMENTS ..................................30 NORTRAX EQUIPMENT CO FL ............................................9 PILE EQUIPMENT INC ........................................................10 POWERSCREEN MID-ATLANTIC ......................................35 RITCHIE BROS. AUCTIONEERS AUCTION CALENDAR ..................................................60 RITCHIE BROS. AUCTIONEERS ........................................61 ROAD BUILDERS MACHINERY & SUPPLY ........................14 ROTOBEC ............................................................................28 SAND SCIENCE ..................................................................40

FELLING TRAILERS ............................................................26

SENNEBOGEN ....................................................................37

FLANGE LOCK

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SOLESBEES EQUIP & ATTACHMENTS LLC ......................29

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

SOUTHERN TRACTOR SERVICE ......................................44

GATORBACK TRACKS & EQUIPMENT ..............................44

TEREX CRANES ................................................................49

GEHL ....................................................................................48

THOMPSON MACHINERY USED PARTS ..........................44

GRINDERCRUSHERSCREEN.COM ..................................40

TOWMASTER INC ..............................................................24

HILLS MACHINERY COMPANY ..........................................68

T-QUIP OF FLORIDA ..........................................................10

HITACHI CONSTRUCTION MACHINERY ......................50,51

TRENCH SHORING SERVICES ........................................17

IRON PLANET ......................................................................65

WANTED ..............................................................................57

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

WORLDNET AUCTIONS ......................................................64

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


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