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Cranes also are hoisting beams and girders in place on the four-story office building and adjacent outpatient center.
Fla. Contrac tor Wins Case Community Challenge…8
SE Highway Crisis Needs Big Solution By Eric Olson CEG CORRESPONDENT
Sargent Masters Building Landfill Cells…12
Work Continues on New $79M Hospital in Davie County, N.C. By Eric Olson CEG CORRESPONDENT
Majo r Wire Hos ts Event at New N. C. Faci lit y…33
After years of discussion and planning, construction finally began this summer on the first phase of a new hospital for the citizens of Davie County, just west of Winston-Salem, N.C. The new Wake Forest Baptist Health — West Campus is located off I-40 at N.C. Highway 801, near the Yadkin River in the Hillsdale-Bermuda Run area of Davie County. The initial phase of work, estimated to cost $79 million, will include the construction of a 60,000-sq-ft. medical office building and a 101,000-sq.-ft. outpatient center. Within the outpatient center will be an emergency room, a surgery clinic and a diagnostic imaging facility. see HOSPITAL page 50
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Table of Contents ................4 Truck & Trailer Section ........ ......................................30-32 Recycling Section ........33-41 Attachment Section ....43-46 Parts Section ....................47 Auction Section ..........57-67 Business Calendar ............60 Advertisers Index ..............66
There’s no use denying it. America’s vaunted transportation infrastructure, particularly the roads and bridges that we all use, is simply falling apart. From deep potholes in major roads to crumbling bridges, motorists across the country drive over these problems every day. In addition, they find themselves in increasingly longer lines of traffic as our highways become more congested. And it is not just frustrated motorists that are affected by bad roads. The nation’s economy also is negatively impacted as substandard roads hamper industry’s ability to move people, goods and resources more efficiently. Adding to the problem is that all of this comes as America’s economy is still struggling to emerge from a debilitating recession. Despite an economy that is still the world’s largest, business leaders say the
ASA Applauds Court’s Decision The American Subcontractors Association applauded a Nov. 27 decision by the Supreme Court of Georgia vacating an appeals court’s decision that, if left standing, would have permitted injured employees to sidestep the workers’ compensation system and sue construction firms and project owners for damages. In a 4-3 decision, the high court rejected the appeals court’s decision and ordered the court to reconsider the case, finding that “the Court of Appeals misapplied or failed to apply several fundamental principles of contract law in its consideration of these cases.”
The high court specifically rejected the appeals court’s conclusion that owner-controlled insurance contract addenda and insurance programs provide injured employees with the legal status of “third-party beneficiaries” entitled to sue for damages. “Subcontractors and their employees rely on the integrity, stability and responsiveness of workers’ compensation insurance when injuries occur,” said 2012-13 ASA President Walter Bazan Jr., Bazan Painting Company, St. Louis, Mo. “Allowing parties to bypass the workers’ see ASA page 24
In Arkansas, the need to build, expand and modernize its increasingly antiquated four-lane highways got a big boost this past Election Day.
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2007 Volvo A25D, 5400 hrs, New 5000 gallon tank $230,000
2006 VOLVO A30D, 5622 Hrs ........$190,000
Wheel Loaders 2011 VOLVO L60F, 1141 Hrs ........$150,000 2007 VOLVO L70E, 3171 Hrs ........$120,000 2005 VOLVO L70E, 2647 Hrs ........$107,500 2011 VOLVO L70F, 2851 Hrs ........$150,000 2009 VOLVO L70F, 6655 Hrs ........$126,000 2007 VOLVO L70F, 5932 Hrs ........$132,000 2010 VOLVO L90F, 2841 Hrs ........$174,000 2011 VOLVO L150G, 2044 Hrs ......$342,000 2009 VOLVO L150F, 4409 Hrs........$260,000 2010 VOLVO L180F, 1632 Hrs........$300,000 2011 VOLVO L35ZD, 675 Hrs ..........$78,000 2010 VOLVO EW180C, 2034 Hrs ....$180,000 (2) 2011 VOLVO EW180C, 1341-2208 Hrs .... ......................................$204,000 Ea.
(3) 2007 Volvo T450D, 1354-1632 hrs, $300,000 Ea.
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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.
WINTER PARK CONTRACTOR WINS CASE COMMUNITY CHALLENGE
Hubbard Construction received the award for donating labor, materials and the use of equipment in helping build 28 “mud volleyball” courts.
CONTRACTOR MASTERS COMPLEXITIES OF BUILDING LANDFILL CELLS Using construction technology to ensure productivity and best results has become Sargent Corporation’s hallmark.
KOBELCO CONSTRUCTION MACHINERY, CNH GLOBAL END ALLIANCE; KOBELCO TO CONTINUE IN U.S.
With the market environment changing over the past 10 years, Kobe Steel, Kobelco Construction Machinery and CNH have been re-examining the agreement and discussing the future of their global alliance.
ENERGY EXPERTS SAY DRILLING CAN BE MADE CLEANER
Hydraulic fracturing, or fracking, has made it possible to tap into deep reserves of oil and gas but also has raised concerns about pollution.
MAJOR WIRE ENTERS THE SOUTH WITH NEW FACILITY IN N.C.
The event began with an interactive screen maintenance seminar designed to help producers identify common screening problems that reduce production rates.
RITCHIE BROS. SETS NEW RECORDS IN 2012
Ritchie Bros. attracted record online bidder registrations and sold approximately $1.3 billion of equipment, trucks and other assets to online bidders in 2012.
SANY AMERICA NAMES EXCAVATOR SERVICE MANAGER
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Winter Park Contractor Wins Case Community Challenge Case Construction Equipment named Hubbard Construction the winner of the Case Community Challenge. The program recognized construction contractors for supporting their local communities with significant community service projects. Hubbard Construction, Winter Park, Fla., received the award for donating labor, materials and the use of equipment in helping build 28 “mud volleyball” courts for the 19th Annual Mudd Volleyball Challenge for the March of Dimes. The event was held in Orlando, and attracted the participation of 164 teams from all over the state of Florida. The tournament raised approximately $165,000, including matching grants, for the March of Dimes Central Florida Chapter. Hubbard donated the use of a wheel loader, two excavators, a dump truck, water trucks and electric generators in preparing the eight-acre event site. Crews from Hubbard also set up a stage, a mobile office and a 260-ft.-long tent at the site that served as hospitality headquarters for teams raising $1,500 or more. The project required a few weeks of site preparation and another week to restore the site following the event. As grand prize winner of the Case Community Challenge, Hubbard Construction received one year’s free use of a Case 580N backhoe/loader. In addition, Case made a $5,000 cash donation to the March of Dimes. “Case congratulates Hubbard Construction and all of the contractors who were nominated for the Case Community Challenge award,” said Jim Hasler, vice president, CNH Construction. “These contractors provide outstanding examples of community service, and they testify to the important role that the construction industry plays in every town and city throughout North America.” “Hubbard Construction is honored to receive this award, and pleased with the recognition it brings to the annual March of Dimes Mudd Volleyball Challenge,” said Ray Birko, equipment manager. “We not only provided equipment and services to prepare and restore the event site, we also sponsored four volleyball teams in the tournament. It’s a great event for a great cause.” Semifinalists for the Case Community Challenge award received a $1,000 CNH parts and service reward card, and the charities their projects supported received a $1,000 donation from Case. Semifinalists were: • Michael O’Keefe Ltd., Windsor, Ontario, for its work in developing Canada’s first Miracle League baseball field for special-needs athletes in the southern Ontario town of Amherstburg. O’Keefe used a fleet of Case excavators, crawler dozers and loader/backhoes to provide drainage, subbase, base and final grading for 25 acres of the site.
Case Community Challenge grand prize winner, Hubbard Construction, received one year’s free use of a Case 580N loader/backhoe. (L-R) are Jim Bansen, Case territory sales manager; David Moore and Bob Ramos, Trekker Tractor; James Ankrum Jr., Freddy Cruz and Gregoria Estrella (seated on the backhoe/loader), Hubbard Construction Company.
• Evergreen Remodeling, Corbett, Ore., for contributing labor and equipment toward the construction of Corbett High School’s football stadium, dedicated to the memory of Jeff Lucas, a Corbett High graduate and U.S. Navy Seal killed in action in 2005 during service in Afghanistan. • Creekside Lawnscapes, Marilla, N.Y., for installing new underground power cable to provide upgraded electrical service throughout Camp Greene. The camp is used by the New York District Royal Rangers, an adventure program and local ministry designed for boys and young men ages 5- to 17-year olds. • Reames Concrete, Valdosta, Ga., for participating in the Second Annual week-long Freedom Build, organized by the ValdostaLowndes County Habitat for Humanity. A complete home was built to honor the U.S. military and those who lost their lives in the September 11. Reames Concrete excavated and poured the concrete foundation and driveway for the home. • Seneca Landscapes, Wake Forest, N.C., for donating labor, materials and the use of equipment in helping build the first “greencertified” home built in Raleigh by Habitat for Humanity of Wake County, N.C. Seneca designed and installed landscaping that helped create a resource-efficient home.
Hubbard excavated 28 “mud volleyball” courts and used the excavated material to build a berm on which the company erected a 260-ft.-long tent that served as hospitality headquarters for teams contributing at least $1,500 to the March of Dimes event.
Participants in the March of Dimes Annual Mudd Volleyball Tournament in Orlando, Fla., enjoy the event in courts prepared by Hubbard Construction. For its contribution of equipment and services to the event, Hubbard was named a monthly winner of the Case Community Challenge, honoring contractors for community service projects.
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Contractor Masters Complexities of Building Landfill Cells By Jeff Winke SPECIAL TO CEG
Sargent Corporation understands landfills and the complexities of building them. Based in Stillwater, Maine, the mid-sized construction contractor serves the midAtlantic market, working anywhere from North Carolina to Pennsylvania, Maryland, Delaware and Virginia. Constructing new landfill sites or adding cells to existing ones is a company specialty. And using construction technology to ensure productivity and best results has become Sargent Corporation’s hallmark. “We’ve been using Trimble systems since 2000,” said Jeff Marsh, project superintendent of Sargent Corporation. “We’re currently building two landfill cells at the Gaston County Landfill, just north and west of Charlotte, where excellent weather and the Trimble software used to create a digital plan, for data prep, and the GPS machine control helped us trim about 80 working days off our production schedule.” The $1.5 million project is for constructing two adjoining cells, Cell 1C and 2A, on the existing landfill. Sargent is the general contractor on the eight-acre, rectangleshaped expansion of the municipal solid waste landfill. “When we arrived at the site, we were fortunate to have the county’s survey control monuments established, so within two hours my foreman and I had completed our calibration for our base station,” Marsh said. “We mounted our Trimble SPS 851 base station unit near our office trailer and we were ready to go.” Sargent used a 40 ton (36 t) excavator to carve out the cell’s footprints. There was about 39,000 cu. yds. (29,817 cu m) of excavation and 11,000 cu. yds. (8,410 cu m) of backfill to fill in the natural depressions. Typically, the excavated material is set aside to be used for covering the daily layer of waste placed in the landfill cell. “We provided the 2D site plan we received from the county’s engineer to Bruce Flora with Flora Surveying and Datapro, Gloucester, Virginia, who used Trimble software to create the 3D model we used with our Trimble SPS 851 rover and the dual-mast GPS Trimble GCS900 grade control system running on our dozer,” said Marsh. “We established a strong working relationship with the Gaston County engineer, so when we encountered some discrepancies with the original design we were able to work it out within a couple of hours and charge forward with no hold up in production. That was huge.” Marsh added that traditionally if the county engineer would have needed to stop production to redesign and re-issue the site plan
Trimble Systems helped Sargent Corporation trim 80 working days off its production schedule at the Gaston County Landfill.
that it would have delayed production anywhere from a couple of days to a week or more. The Trimble 3D GPS-based machine control system on the dozer helped Sargent establish the base sub-grade on the two cells and in constructing the 2 ft. (.6 m) of clay liner which was placed in 6 in. (15 cm) lifts. Even before the base grade elevation was placed, Sargent had to excavate down at least more than a couple feet to make sure rocks or rock outcroppings were removed so they wouldn’t migrate up and penetrate the clay liner. “We imported the 19,000 square yards of clay and wanted to make sure we didn’t overrun the amounts we used,” Marsh said. “Here’s where the Trimble GCS900 grade control system becomes invaluable. The state requires a minimum of two feet, so anything over comes out of our pocket. The regulators shoot the subgrade and then shoot the two-feet of clay to document that we’ve met the requirement.” The Trimble grade control system puts design surfaces, grades and alignments inside the cab and is designed to accurately position the dozer blade in real time. After the clay liner, a 2.3 in. (60-mm)-
thick high density polyethylene (HDPE) sheet is laid from 500-ft. rolls before a protective cover-material surface is placed. The 18-in. (46 cm) layer of caliche collection stone is the last layer before the garbage bags of pizza crusts, coffee grounds, meat wrappers and other household waste begin filling up the cells. Reflecting on the project, Marsh said that the owner, Gaston County, was very impressed with the quality of the work and how quickly it was completed. “We had approximately 180 days to complete this engineered project and we were finished in 100 days. This helped the county considerably since they could apply for state certification to use the cells sooner than anticipated.” So, what were the biggest challenges of this project? Marsh said: “Our first challenge was completing the rock excavation and the subgrade simultaneously. We had to wait for our blasting contractor to drill and set off the charges. We had to complete one block at a time — checkerboard style — until shazam, it all comes together. It was a bit of controlled chaos, but the Trimble technology helped us maintain control.
“The second challenge was placing the lifts of clay. The material required a lot of conditioning to get the proper moisture and meet the compaction curve. The more moisture you have in that material, the harder it is to compact. It’s kind of like a tightrope walk. “The Trimble grade control system helped immensely. Imagine without it having to grade eight acres and laying six inches down on it, putting stakes in the ground to show that six-inch layer, and then to show where the next six-inch layer is, and keep building up like that. Where the Trimble technology helped is that we didn’t have to waste time setting stakes. We could grade exactly a sixinch layer at a time.“ With the completion of the two new cells at the Gaston County Landfill, Marsh can look back: “My 12-worker crew and I can be proud of our work here. We saved the county time and money, and made money for our company. It doesn’t get any better than to take a final review walk with the landfill manager and have him say, ‘We’d be happy to have you back working on this site any day of the week!’” Jeff Winke is a business and construction writer based in Milwaukee, Wis. He can be reached through www.jeffwinke.com.
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Kobelco Construction Machinery, CNH Global End Alliance; Kobelco to Continue in U.S. Kobe Steel Ltd. and group company Kobelco Construction Machinery Co. Ltd. announced Dec. 26 that the initial term of their global alliance with CNH Global N.V. will end on Dec. 31, 2012. The parties determined not to renew their agreement. Reason and Contents The global alliance, which began in January 2002, was set for a 10-year period. With the market environment changing over the past 10 years, Kobe Steel, Kobelco Construction Machinery and CNH have been re-examining the agreement and discussing the future of their global alliance. Looking ahead at future market conditions, Kobelco Construction Machinery and CNH have mutually decided to operate their businesses on their own, and with the initial term of the original agreement ending on Dec. 31, 2012, the three companies decided not to renew their alliance. The cooperative relationship among the three companies for 10 years under the global alliance has been meaningful and significant. From now on, while respecting their positions, Kobelco Construction Machinery and CNH will grow their own business operations throughout the world.
Future Plans Under the global alliance with CNH, Kobelco Construction Machinery’s sales and marketing rights were limited to the Asia and Pacific area, including Australia. From Jan. 1, 2013, Kobelco Construction Machinery will market and provide services on its own in North America, Europe, South America, the Middle East, Africa and the CIS countries. With the ending of the global alliance, equity participation with CNH also will be terminated. At the end of the year, Kobe Steel will buy back the 20-percent equity that CNH currently holds in Kobelco Construction Machinery. As for the equity that Kobelco Construction Machinery holds in CNH’s affiliate companies, the shares will be sold back to CNH. After the initial term of the global alliance ends, CNH will continue to be entitled to manufacture and sell hydraulic excavators currently licensed from Kobelco Construction Machinery. In addition, for a five-year period until the end of December 2017, CNH will have the right to procure hydraulic excavators from Kobelco Construction Machinery on an OEM basis.
Servicing parts will continue for 10 years. Kobelco Construction Machinery will have the right to receive running royalties for the licensed hydraulic excavators manufactured by CNH for a five-year period until the end of December 2017. Global Alliance With CNH In September 2001, Kobe Steel, Kobelco Construction Machinery and CNH signed an agreement to form a global alliance. In January 2002, Kobe Steel transferred 10 percent of its shares in Kobelco Construction Machinery to CNH. In addition, Kobelco America Holdings Inc. transferred 65 percent of its shares in Kobelco Construction Machinery America LLC to CNH. In July 2002, Kobe Steel transferred an additional 10 percent of its shares in Kobelco Construction Machinery to CNH. Kobelco Construction Machinery transferred 100 percent of its shares in Kobelco Construction Machinery (Europe) B.V. to CNH. At the same time, Kobelco Construction Machinery received from CNH 20 percent of the shares in New Holland Kobelco Construction Machinery S.p.A., a manufacturing and sales unit in Europe.
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Energy Experts Say Drilling Can Be Made Cleaner By Kevin Begos and Seth Borenstein ASSOCIATED PRESS
PITTSBURGH (AP) In the Colorado mountains, a spike in air pollution has been linked to a boom in oil and gas drilling. About 800 mi. away on the plains of north Texas, there’s a drilling boom, too, but some air pollution levels have declined. Opponents of drilling point to Colorado and say it’s dangerous. Companies point to Texas and say drilling is safe. The answer appears to be that drilling can be safe or it can be dangerous. Industry practices, enforcement, geography and even snow cover can minimize or magnify air pollution problems. “It’s like a vehicle. Some cars drip oil,” said Russell Schnell, deputy director of the federal Earth System Research Laboratory in Boulder, Colo. “You have wells that are absolutely tight. And you have other places where a valve gives out, and you have huge leaks.” The good news, nearly all sides agree, is that the technology exists to control methane gas leaks and other air pollution associated with drilling. The bad news is that the industry is booming so rapidly that some companies and some regulators can’t seem to get ahead of the problems, which could ultimately cost billions of dollars to remedy. The worries about what drilling does to the air are both global and local, with scientists concerned about the effects on climate change as well as the possible health consequences from breathing smog, soot and other pollutants. Hydraulic fracturing, or fracking, has made it possible to tap into deep reserves of oil and gas but also has raised concerns about pollution. The industry and many federal and state officials say the practice is safe when done properly, but environmental groups and some scientists say there hasn’t been enough research. Some environmentalists say if leaks and pollution can be minimized, the boom has benefits, since gas burns much cleaner than coal, emitting half the carbon dioxide. Al Gore told The Associated Press that it’s “not irresponsible” to look at gas as a shortterm substitute for coal-fired electricity. But Gore added that the main component of gas, methane, is a more potent heat-trapping greenhouse gas than CO2. That means that if large quantities leak, the advantage over coal disappears, the former vice president said. In Colorado, the National Oceanic and
Atmospheric Administration estimated that 4 percent of methane was leaking from wells, far more than previously estimated, and that people who live near production areas may be exposed to worrisome levels of benzene and other toxic compounds present in oil and gas. Across the industry, the technology for stopping leaks can be as simple as fixing seals and gaskets, or it can involve hundreds of millions of dollars of new construction. “I think it’s totally fixable,” Schnell said. “At least the bigger companies, they are really on top of this.” Gore added that when companies capture leaking methane, they end up with more to sell. “So there’s an economic incentive to capture it and stop the leaking,” he said. Another major source of worry is the industry’s practice of burning off, or flaring, natural gas that comes out of the ground as a byproduct of oil drilling. Over the past five years, the United States has increased the amount of flared and wasted gas more than any other nation, though Russia still burns off far more than any other country. In some places, energy companies haven’t invested in the infrastructure needed to capture and process the gas because the oil is more valuable. In the Bakken Shale oil fields of North Dakota, for example, about 30 percent of the natural gas is flared off because there aren’t enough pipelines yet to carry it away. The amount of gas wasted in the state is estimated at up to $100 million a year. And officials in North Dakota said last month that the situation there might not be completely solved until the end of the decade. NOAA scientists also say natural gas production has contributed to unusual wintertime smog in the West, particularly in regions surrounded by mountains, and especially in snowy areas. Ozone, the main component in smog, typically forms when sunlight “cooks” a lowlying stew of chemicals such as benzene and engine exhaust. Normally, the process doesn’t happen in cold weather. But NOAA researchers found that when there’s heavy snowfall, the sun passes through the stew, then bounces off the snow and heats it again on the way back up. In
some cases, smog in remote areas has spiked to levels higher than those in New York or Los Angeles. In open regions that are more exposed to wind, the ozone vanishes, sometimes within hours or a day. But in Utah basins it can linger for weeks, Schnell said. Evidence that gas drilling air pollution can be managed — but that more work may still need to be done — comes from north Texas, where the shale gas boom began around Fort Worth about 10 years ago. Mike Honeycutt, director of toxicology of the Texas Commission on Environmental Quality, said that in the early years of the boom, people complained about excessive
summertime ozone level hit 104 parts per billion, far above the national standard then of 85. By 2012 the number of wells had risen to about 16,000, but preliminary results show the ozone level was 87 last summer. There’s still room for improvement, Honeycutt said, but the trend is clear, since the monitoring is no longer showing worrisome levels of benzene, either. The Environmental Protection Agency isn’t completely convinced. This year the federal agency cited Wise County in north Texas, a heavy gas drilling area, for violating ozone standards. Industry groups and the state have argued that the finding was based on faulty science. So far, NOAA scientists say they haven’t found signs that gas or oil drilling is contributing to a global rise in methane. “Not the mid-latitudes where the drilling is being done, which is interesting,” said James Butler, head of global monitoring of NOAA. The EPA has passed new rules on oil and gas emissions that are scheduled to go into effect in 2015, and in 2012 it reached legal settlements that will require comMike Honeycutt panies to spend more than Texas Commission on Environmental Quality $14 million on pollution controls in Utah and Wyoming. Colorado, Texas and other states have passed pollution. Regulators started using special more stringent rules, too. hand-held cameras to pinpoint pollution Carlton Carroll, a spokesman of the sources and found some sites with high lev- American Petroleum Institute, a lobbying els of benzene and other volatile organic group for the oil and gas industry, pointed compounds. out that many companies started developing “It was a maintenance issue. They were in the equipment to limit methane and other such a hurry, and they were drilling so fast, pollution before the EPA rule. they were not being as vigilant as they “API is not opposed to controls on oil and should have been,” Honeycutt said. “So we gas operations so long as the controls are passed new rules that made them take more cost-effective, allow sufficient lead time and notice.” can be implemented safely,” Carroll said in Honeycutt said the cameras, which cost an email, adding that the industry has about $100,000 each, have revolutionized requested some technical clarifications to the the way inspectors monitor sites. Texas also rule and is working with EPA on those. has installed nine 24-hour air monitoring staPrasad Kasibhatla, a professor of environtions in the drilling region around Fort mental chemistry at Duke University, said Worth, and more are on the way. Now, he that controlling gas drilling pollution is said, even as drilling has increased, summer “technically solvable” but requires close ozone levels have declined. attention by regulators. In 1997 there were only a few hundred “One has to demonstrate that it is solved, shale gas wells in the Fort Worth area and the and monitored,” he said.
“It was a maintenance issue. They were in such a hurry, and they were drilling so fast, they were not being as vigilant as they should have been. So we passed new rules that made them take more notice.”
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United States no longer has a sustainable way of paying for road and bridge improvements. Fuel taxes can only bring in so much money to state DOTs in an era when gas consumption is down and fuel-efficient vehicle sales are up. In addition, tax increase proposals to support transportation are seen as almost certain political suicide for most legislators. Public Spending on Roads Shrinks After 100 years of undertaking an ambitious earthmoving project that created roads, bridges and tunnels in every corner of the United States, including nearly 50,000 miles of interstate highways built between 1956 and 1992, total public spending on roads has fallen steadily since the 1960s. Currently, it stands at just over two percent of Gross National Product (GDP), much less than what Europe and China invest in their roads and bridges. According to data from the American Society of Civil Engineers (ASCE), the consequences of these conditions will cost the United States economy $897 billion in lost GDP and $28 billion in exports by 2020 as transportation costs rise. In the Southeast states, those productivity losses will cause the region to underperform by $73 billion and up to 70,000 jobs will be lost unless effective steps are taken, according to the ASCE. Increasingly, individual states themselves must come up with the majority of the funding for their transportation needs. A look at what two Southeast states – North Carolina and Arkansas – are doing to combat the dual crises of deteriorating roads and lack of money to fix them, shows just what an uphill climb they have before them. North Carolina The Tarheel State is one of the fastest growing in the country. Figures from the ASCE bear this out: vehicle travel in the state increased by 63 percent from 1990 to 2010 while the population in North Carolina grew by 44 percent.
The ASCE also found that 54 percent of the state’s major urban highways are congested and 44 percent of its major urban roads are in poor or mediocre condition. In addition, 27 percent of North Carolina’s 4,937 bridges are either deficient or obsolete. The sum total of those findings is that the state currently needs to spend more than $60 billion to build and maintain its roads and bridges. However, the state’s transportation revenue each year, generated by gas taxes, brings in only $3 billion, with another $1 billion coming from the federal government. No matter how one looks at the math, it all adds up to the fact that North Carolina has a big problem. This is exactly what Gene Conti has spent the last four years trying to find a solution to. Conti, North Carolina’s current Secretary of Transportation, has studied the math and believes that gas taxes, while an important source of revenue to the states, really don’t work as a primary source any longer. Due to a combination of factors, fuel taxes are not the stable and predictable tap that they once were, he said. “First of all, we are seeing that people are driving less and that has been particularly exaggerated during the recession,” Conti explained. “Another impact is that we are using more fuel-efficient cars. In addition, the use of more electric cars and more hybrid models have led to lower gas use, which affects the tax.”
federal programs, such as the GARVEE bond program where we can borrow against future federal revenues,” Conti added. Conti added that the state is looking into a variety of ways to attract private capital on various projects, such as in the building of the Mid-Currituck Bridge, a 7-mi. (11.3 km)-long toll span that will link the Outer Banks with the mainland in the northeast corner of the state. The project is currently stalled, though, because of a legislative battle over its funding. Another way that North Carolina has come up with to pay for its road needs has been the Mobility Fund. Gov. Bev Perdue, at Conti’s urging, proposed the fund in 2010 as a way to generate money for significant transportation projects. After passing the measure, the state’s General Assembly immediately used it to fund the improvement of a stretch of Interstate 85 that crosses the Yadkin River between Davidson and Rowan counties. Included in the project was a new eight-lane bridge over the river. The state used the fund to contribute $65.5 million to the project, with another $136 million coming from other state and federal sources. The improvement of that particular stretch of road was identified by the state DOT as its top priority due to the corridor being so heavily traveled by trucks moving goods throughout North Carolina, as well as between the Northeast and Atlanta.
Finding “Complementary” Sources To make up the shortfall from less tax revenue, Conti and the state DOT are pursuing what he describes as “complementary” sources of funding to build and maintain North Carolina’s road system. The most visible example of an alternative funding source is the almost-completed $675 million Triangle Expressway in the Raleigh area, a 19-mi. (30.6 km)long road that is the state’s first tollway. “I think that toll road will be the first of several in the state,” he predicted. “We also have tapped into some
What Will Work? State business leaders recognize that gas taxes can only be increased so much and that a combination of taxes and other sources of funding, like toll roads and public-private investment, may be the most effective way to pay for needed improvements. “Our sense is that the business community and the public at large will support investments when the selection processes are logical, the investments are strategic and purposeful and the timing practical,” said Joe Milazzo, executive director of the Regional Transportation Alliance, a regional business voice for transportation initiatives and policy in the Raleigh-Durham-
Chapel Hill area. He feels that a combination of different funding sources is best, but added, “Of course, sometimes the answer is not more funding but more efficient use of existing sources and/or the roads that we already have.” Milazzo sees little political will for imposing higher fuel taxes, at least in the near term. “However, if there were a targeted program of investments and the fee increases were seen as fair and reasonable, then a limited increase may be possible at some point,” he said. Milazzo said that one example might be a “fair share fee” for electric and other alternatively fueled vehicles to give their owners an opportunity to contribute on a usage basis to the maintenance of North Carolina’s highway system, much as diesel- and gas-powered vehicles do via fuel taxes. Arkansas In Arkansas, the need to build, expand and modernize its increasingly antiquated four-lane highways got a big boost this past Election Day when that state’s citizens overwhelmingly passed a constitutional amendment that implements a temporary, half-percent sales tax to fund an upgrade of the system. Known as Issue No. 1, the sales tax increase will begin next July and for the next 10 years will finance a $1.3 billion bond issue for those roads most in need of repair. Plus, the amendment will provide $20 million for a State Aid Street Fund to further help cities and towns with local street and bridge programs, without raising gas taxes. The amendment’s passage was championed by a large contingent of Arkansas’ business leaders, troubled by the state having the 12th largest highway system in the country, but ranked only 42nd in its ability to pay for it. The amendment’s passage, according to Madison Murphy, will only enhance the state’s economic development opportunities by increasing mobility and freight opportunities. Murphy was the Arkansas business community’s point man on the effort to convince voters to
approve the amendment. The influential Murphy is chairman of the board of El Dorado, Arkansasbased Murphy Oil Corp. and is the outgoing chairman of the Arkansas Highway Commission. To his way of thinking, Arkansas’ citizens did the only logical thing by approving Issue No. 1. “The positive vote is evidence that Arkansans believe in the importance of good roads, and that they are willing to invest in themselves and the future of our state,” he said. “The people of Arkansas were presented with an opportunity and they chose to pursue it.” With about $24 billion worth of road needs, the revenue brought in will make only a small dent in addressing the problem, but, in tandem with the re-issue of their own GARVEE bonds, Murphy sees better days ahead for Arkansas’ roads. “The best thing about the approval of Issue No. 1 is that the program does not rely on federal assistance — this is money generated in Arkansas, it stays in Arkansas and it improves Arkansas roads,” he added. Every Bit of Funding Helps According to Scott Bennett, director of the Arkansas State Highway and Transportation Dept., his agency expects about $4 billion in revenue from current state and federal sources over the next decade. The addition of the Issue No. 1 funding brings that revenue closer to $6 billion, an increase to the DOT’s coffers that he sees as “pretty significant.” “One of the other things that helped sell Issue No. 1 was that it will fund improvements on major, corridor-type projects and if we can bite off these highway projects in this one big chunk, then it frees up our regular stream of revenue so that we can start to nibble away at all the other road needs around the state,” he said. Among the projects set to benefit from Issue No. 1 is the completion of a four-lane highway connector linking I-55 to Arkansas Highway 18 between Jonesboro and Blytheville in the northeast corner of the state, as well as the see DOT page 52
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Trucks & Trailers
Talbert Introduces New 50CC/RP Hybrid Trailer
With a deck length of 26-ft. (7.9 m), the new 50CC/RP offers the space for full construction fleet loads, while also featuring a specially-designed slope to allow easy transport of rollers and pavers. Kenworth has added a PeopleNet pre-wire option for the Kenworth Class 8 T660, T800 and W900.
PeopleNet Pre-Wire Option Added for Kenworth Models Kenworth has added a PeopleNet pre-wire with all versions of the display units. The new option for the Kenworth Class 8 T660, T800 and option also includes the harness, antenna and roof W900. bracket. The connector locations are located on PeopleNet is a leading provider of innovative the left-hand sleeper tool box on Kenworth and integrated onboard computing and mobile AERODYNE sleepers and behind the right-hand communications systems for effective fleet man- side of the driver seat on day cabs, extended day agement. The company provides fleets with real- cabs and modular sleepers. time automated tools that can help to enhance For more information, visit safety and compliance, reduce operating costs www.peoplenetonline.com. and improve customer service. Automatic vehicle location, lane departure notification, onboard event recording, remote vehicle shutdown, speed monitoring, and vehicle management are some key PeopleNet applications available with its onboard computer. These and other PeopleNet technology tools and services can be utilized by fleets to promote efficient and cost-effective transportation. The Kenworth option includes an adaptor for J1939 to communicate to J1708 for use by the sys- The company provides fleets with real-time automated tem. The pre-wire is compatible tools.
Combining the benefits of a close couple lowbed design with a roller paver model, Talbert’s 50CC/RP hybrid trailer offers a longer loading incline and increased lift capacity. This allows the hybrid trailer the ability to haul a greater range of equipment, from loaders and excavators to rollers and pavers. Additionally, the specialty design provides versatility for a larger audience of contractors including general construction, grading, excavation and pavement, according to the manufacturer. With a deck length of 26-ft. (7.9 m), the new 50CC/RP offers the space for full construction fleet loads, while also featuring a specially-designed slope to allow easy transport of rollers and pavers. The design slopes from the bottom up to create a more moderate incline over a greater distance, approximately a third of the deck length. Finish height at the front of the main beams is 8.75 in. (22 cm). Additionally, the trailer features a bolt-on ramp to provide a more gradual load angle at the rear; 15degrees rather than the standard 35degree angle. The 50-ton (45 t) capacity 50CC/RP offers a deck width of 8-ft. 6in. (2.6 m) and a low deck height of 20in. (51 cm). Designed for ease of operation, loading and unloading, the 50CC/RP Hybrid is a non-ground bearing hydraulic gooseneck trailer. Air ride suspension provides a smoother ride, while
Talbert’s +3 / -3 control system allows fast and easy height adjustment of the lower and back end. The 50CC/RP is four-axle capable, offering even greater versatility. It features three axles with fourth axle pin-on configuration. Axle capacity is 25,000lbs. (11,340 kg) each. To accommodate varying state laws, the trailer offers a dual kingpin setting of 108 and 90. Built for strength and reliability, the 50CC/RP features a four main beam design and T1, 100,000-psi minimum yield steel construction. The loading ramp is wood-filled and double-hinged to provide strength and traction needed for heavy equipment. To ensure a solid base for any load, Aptiong flooring offers proven performance and durability. Other standard features include rearloading fenders, LED lights, strobes and battery backup. Talbert’s newest trailer was designed for Hale Trailer Brake & Wheel, a Talbert dealer for more than 20 years, headquartered in Voorhees, N.J. Hale’s Concord, N.C. branch partnered with Talbert for the World of Asphalt/AGG1 tradeshow and purchased the original model displayed on the show floor. The new trailer complements Talbert’s full product line, while also enhancing the line for the roller paver market. For more information, call 800/3485232 or visit www.talbertmft.com.
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Trail King Introduces New Detachable Gooseneck Trailer Trail King’s new mechanical detachable gooseneck (MG) trailer delivers lightweight strength, maximum corrosion resistance and longlasting good looks. The upper deck and the wheel area of the new MG feature aluminum cross members and outer rails as standard equipment, to deliver optimum corrosion resistance as well as significant weight savings. In fact, the new MG is 750 to 1,000 lbs. (340 to 453 kg) lighter than previous models, according to the manufacturer. The standard cross members in the The standard cross members in the main deck are 8 in. (20 cm) I-beams alternating with 4 in. (10 cm) I-beams for 12 in. (30 cm) in the outer bays, although aluminum cross members are available as an option, as are aluminum box beam cross memmain deck are 8 in. (20 cm) I-beams spacing bers to accommodate optional aluminum pullouts. alternating with 4 in. (10 cm) Ibeams for 12 in. (30 cm) spacing in paint before decking or any air, hydraulic Other standard equipment on the new trailer is available in 60-, 75-, and 90-thouthe outer bays, although aluminum cross or electrical lines are installed. This MG includes: sand-lb. (27,215, 34,019 and 40,823 kg) members are available as an option, as are includes the new wheel area, where the • Gooseneck reinforced for flip capacities. aluminum box beam cross members to deck and the wheel area are both primed • Removable gooseneck rollers In addition to the new mechanical accommodate optional aluminum pull- and painted separately before being huck • Air-activated, positive self-locking pin detachable gooseneck, Trail King manuouts. bolted together. The result is maximum for the gooseneck factures a complete line of trailers, includThe MG still features four steel main I- corrosion resistance, even in places you • Bent-style D-rings and outrigger ing tags, tilts, hydraulic detachable lowbeams constructed of one-piece web and can’t see, according to the manufacturer. brackets boys, and hydraulic tails and sliding axles; flange material that is welded on all four The wheel area on the new MG also is • Adjustable ride height control end dump, bottom dump, and side dump sides to seal and protect the seams from designed with a longer and deeper mini• Wide Load sign, flag, and strobe light trailers; live bottom trailers; pneumatic rust and corrosion. Then all steel is primed boom trough to better accommodate the brackets dry bulk trailers; and hydraulic platform and painted with two-component urethane hitches on agriculture equipment, as well • And much more trailers and multi-axle trailers for the speprimer and two-component polyurethane as many kinds of construction equipment. The Mechanical Detachable Gooseneck cialized hauling industry.
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Landoll’s 342 Designed to Handle Empty 20-Ft. Containers Landoll Corporation’s new trailer is designed to handle empty 20 ft. (6 m) containers. The Model 342 is a light duty Gooseneck trailer that works well with short single-axle tractors for increased maneuverability. The trailer comes standard with a fifth wheel king pin, 7-way electrical connection and a single air brake axle. The gooseneck is a short 8 ft. (2.4 m) and the lower deck is 23 ft. (7 m). The overall length being 31 ft. (9.4 m) long will legally handle up to 25 ft. (7.6 m) long containers. The 342 comes standard with a chain-drive load system, loading bridle, tie-down chains, push bar and container side pin lock-downs. The standard storage box is designed to keep all items organized with chain hanging racks and trays. The 342 operates hydraulically by means of a wet kit on the truck or with an optional 27 hp (20 kW) engine package mounted on the gooseneck. The 342 features a 10.3 degree load angle, 15,000 lb. air brake axles and weighs 8,800 lbs. (3,991 kg). The gear box chain drive system is a continuous ½ chain that has 12,000 lbs. line pull. Customers may choose the 2 5/16 in. ball hitch and electric brake axle option when pulling this trailer with a lighter duty truck. The Model 342 features Landoll’s standard equipment including powder coat paint on entire trailer frame, centralized grease system, Grote wiring harness and LED lights. Landoll trailers include a 5year limited warranty package. For more information, call 800/428-5655. 5:10 PM
The 342 operates hydraulically by means of a wet kit on the truck or with an optional 27 hp (20 kW) engine package mounted on the gooseneck.
TBEI Appoints Campbell New General Manager of Ox Bodies
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TBEI Inc., manufacturers of dump truck bodies, equipment and end dump trailers, has named Terry Campbell as its new general manager of Ox Bodies Inc. where he will have direct responsibility over all operations and sales at its Fayette, Ala., facility. Before joining TBEI Inc., Campbell oversaw operations as general manager of the Kidron division of V.T. Hackney Inc. in the manufacture of specialized refrigerated trailers and bodies. Prior to V.T. Hackney, he worked at Transcraft Corporation of Wabash National overseeing three plants and two divisions in the manufacture of over-the-road flatbed trailers, laminated oak flooring for trailers, and on and off-road dump bodies for coal field operations. Campbell brings more than 20 years of engineering and management experience in the heavy metal fabrication, transportation and trailer industries. For more information, call 507/726-2728 or visit www.tbei.com.
Crushing, Screening & Recycling Section Major Wire Enters the South With New Facility in N.C.
The event began with an interactive screen maintenance seminar.
Guests enjoyed a meal prepared by pit master Bill Eason and his Little Red Pig catering company.
Montreal-based Major Wire Industries the industry publications, but never wanted ducer. “When I heard there was a new Major Limited recently welcomed producers and to deal with the freight costs to get my screen Wire facility in my own backyard, I had to authorized dealers from the southern United media from Canada,” commented Michael come see it for myself. It’s nice to be able to States to an open house at its newest facility Frings, a local North Carolina concrete pro- get Major Wire quality from a local source.” — Major Wire Screening Inc. — in Salisbury, N.C. The 55,000 sq.-ft. weaving and finishing facility matches Major Wire’s ISO 9001:2008 registered process and quality standards, allowing it to efficiently deliver all of Major Wire’s OptimumWire woven wire solutions for the quarry, mining, industrial minerals, recycle and green waste markets. The event began with an interactive screen maintenance seminar designed to help producers identify common screening problems that reduce production rates. National award-winning pit master, Bill Eason and his Little Red Pig catering company cooked up a savory whole hog with all the fixings, while the bluegrass duo of Mark Raborn and Al Smith played familiar tunes to set the mood. Attendees had the opportunity to tour the facility and speak to Major Wire screening experts about their challenges and opportunities. “I’d seen Major Wire’s ads in a few of Attendees had the opportunity to tour the facility.
Major Wire Screening specializes in weaving standard and customized woven wire cloth. “We keep more than 70 standard sizes in stock at all times,” said 20 plus year industry veteran Steve Taylor, general manager of Major Wire Screening Inc. “If you need another size, however, we can customize panels with openings as small as 10 mesh and with wire diameters from .025 inches to .250 inches.” Major Wire Screening supplies a full line of screening accessories, from polyurethane and rubber screen media to screen bolts, nuts and washers to crown bar rubber, clamp rails, center holddown bars, wear protection accessories and more. Through its local authorized dealers and territory managers, Major Wire Screening serves the industry’s screen media needs in Alabama, Arkansas, Florida, Georgia, Kentucky, Louisiana, Mississippi, Missouri, North Carolina, South Carolina, Oklahoma, southern Indiana, southern Ohio, Tennessee, Texas, Virginia and West Virginia. For more information, call 450/6597681 or visit www.majorwirescreening.com.
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Powerscreen Metrotrak HA Jaw Crusher
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Ga. Firm Named Morbark Tree Care Products Dealer Cobb County Tractor Company has recently signed a contract with Morbark, Inc., a manufacturer of tree care, forestry, sawmill and wood recycling equipment, to become an official dealer for the Morbark Tree Care Products line for customers in the metro Atlanta area. Cobb County Tractor Company, which has been in business since 1955 and has locations in Marietta and Buford, Ga., will handle sales of Morbark’s hand-fed brush chippers and stump grinders, as well as parts and service for Morbark customers in the Georgia counties of Cobb, Paulding, Bartow, Cherokee, Fulton, DeKalb, Forsyth, Gwinnett, Hall, Jackson, Rockdale, Douglas, Clayton, Fayette, Walton, Barrow and Oconee. “We are excited to add Cobb County Tractor to our dealer network,” said Casey Gross, Morbark tree care products sales manager. “Their experience, high level of customer service and local knowl-
ing customers in our area.” About Morbark Morbark Inc., based in Winn, Mich., builds equipment that creates opportunities in the forestry, recycling, sawmill, bio-energy and tree care markets. Morbark offers a full line of whole tree and waste wood chippers, flails, brush chippers, horizontal and tub grinders, sawmill equipment, material handling systems and more. For more information, visit www.morbark.com.
Cobb County Tractor Company will handle sales of Morbark’s hand-fed brush chippers and stump grinders, as well as parts and service for Morbark customers in the Georgia counties of Cobb, Paulding, Bartow, Cherokee, Fulton, DeKalb, Forsyth, Gwinnett, Hall, Jackson, Rockdale, Douglas, Clayton, Fayette, Walton, Barrow and Oconee.
edge will greatly benefit our customers in the area.” “Cobb County Tractor is excited to announce that we are now a Morbark dealer. Since 1955 we
have taken great pride in providing the best possible customer service, and treating our customers with the utmost respect and professionalism,” said John Davis, Cobb
County Tractor Company president. “We look forward to working with Morbark, and showing them that we are serious about growing this line of equipment and support-
About Cobb County Tractor Company Since 1955 Cobb County Tractor has served the construction, agricultural, and lawn and garden equipment needs of customers in the Marietta, Ga., and surrounding Metro-Atlanta area. In addition to new and used equipment sales, the company also operates parts, sales and rental departments. For more information, visit www.cctractor.com.
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Residential Geothermal Vertical Drill Announced by Fecon Fecon’s Geothermal Series GL300 vertical drill is for contractors and HVAC dealers installing ground loop heating and cooling systems. Fecon's GL300 is equipped for up to 300 ft. (91 m) depth to provide high efficiency ground loops with lower grout costs as a result of the reduced hole volume of a 4 in. (10 cm) opening. The compact GL300 also enables contractors to win jobs previously considered inaccessible due to equipment size or weight, according to the manufacturer. The GL300 is just 194 in. L by 73 in. W by 94 in. H (493 by 185 by 239 cm), weighing 9,876 lbs. (4,480 kg), and comes standard with low impact rubber tracks for maneuverability to cross driveways or flat and hilly lawns. The GL300 tackles high costs and inefficiencies that become a major price detractor for home owners or small businesses wanting to have geothermal systems installed. A 46 hp (34 kW) crawler with load sense hydraulics to the drill mast, and a 99 hp (73.8 kW) 300-CFM/200-psi air compressor enables drilling of 4 in. diameter holes with greater speed and
lower fuel consumption than many alternatives. A 200 ft. (61 m) rod rack can carry 10 ft. (3 m) sections of straight rod, auger rod or an air hammer to the hole. Quickly adjust to changing conditions of soft, hard or rocky ground at the hole without having to go back to the truck. And when wet drilling is required, the GL300 is already equipped with a mud valve. The operator can introduce low volume/high pressure mud from their existing mud pump or Fecon's optional MB300 mud boy system. About Fecon Fecon Inc. was established in 1992 near Cincinnati, Ohio, and originally produced horizontal grinders and other wood processing equipment. Fecon now manufactures forestry track carriers, forestry mulching attachments and general forestry attachments for vegetation management and wood to energy biomass industries and a seismic and geothermal drilling line. For more information, call 800/5283113 or visit www.fecon.com.
The GL300 is just 194 in. L by 73 in. W by 94 in. H (493 by 185 by 239 cm), weighing 9,876 lbs. (4,480 kg), and comes standard with low impact rubber tracks for maneuverability to cross driveways or flat and hilly lawns.
Powerscreen Warrior 1400X Offers Easier Serviceability Powerscreen, a provider of be of particular benefit to contracmobile crushing and screening tors. Serviceability features include equipment, launched the new a screen box raise function and the Warrior 1400X screen. ability to raise the collection conDamian Power, Powerscreen veyor. Optimal chute design in global product director said: “The conjunction with the new feeder new Powerscreen Warrior 1400X under-tray slide-out feature will offers improved performance, minimize any potential spillage lower operating costs and easier and reduce any harmful material serviceability while building on build-up around the machine. the reliable foundation of our The Warrior 1400X now boasts class-leading Warrior 1400 improved mobility with a two scalper.” speed tracking system as standard. The 1400X has been designed The high speed mode is further with economy in mind. With enhanced with automatic engine speed ramp-up making the 1400X reduced engine running speed and the fastest tracked machine in its enhanced hydraulics, the 1400X range, according to the manufacoffers a reduction in fuel conturer. sumption of up to 15 percent in The Warrior 1400X can be fitted comparison to its predecessor. with either a Tier III/Stage 3A This can translate into a substanCaterpillar C4.4 ATAAC — 4 tial financial saving for customers The Warrior 1400X can be fitted with either a Tier III/Stage 3A Caterpillar C4.4 ATAAC — 4 cylinder over the lifetime of the machine. diesel engine developing 120 hp (90 kW) at 1800 rpm, or a Tier IVi/Stage 3B Caterpillar C4.4 - 4 cylin- cylinder diesel engine developing 120 hp (90 kW) at 1800 rpm, or a Improved versatility and design der diesel engine developing 110 hp (82 kW) at 1800 rpm. Tier IVi/Stage 3B Caterpillar C4.4 specifications are other key achievements of the Warrior 1400X, with percent. With the chassis riser option and standard Warrior 1400, according to the — 4 cylinder diesel engine developing 110 hp (82 kW) at 1800 rpm. the screening angle range widening of 13 to the telescopic side conveyor option, the manufacturer. Time required for set-up and shutdown is For more information, visit 19 degrees. Standard stockpiling capacity fines and mid-grade stockpiling capacity is on all conveyors has increased by up to 25 increased to more than double that of a faster than the previous model, which will www.powerscreen.com.
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Doosan Plate Compactors Flat-Top Design Allows ‘Cap’ to Be Added
A three-inch (7.6 cm) hydraulic squeeze pump is ideal for ICF, block fill, form and pour, driveways, basements and various shotcrete applications.
Blastcrete Announces RD6536 Skid Steer Pump Attachment The flat-top design allows a “cap” to be added to the attachment based on the specific machine being used.
Three new plate compactor models expand Doosan excavator versatility and make quick work of restoring trenches. Featuring a flat top mount design, the Doosan plate compactors can easily be mounted to different carriers. The flat-top design allows a “cap” to be added to the attachment based on the specific machine being used. Four outboard shock mounts distribute vibrations evenly while keeping the attachment level, improving compaction efficiency and extending component life. Standard flow controls prevent over-speeding, which can lead to poor compaction and reduce bearing life, according to the manufacturer. Applications for the plate compactor attachments include compacting trenches, footings and slab areas. An excavator-mounted plate compactor attachment provides more powerful compaction force than handoperated compactors and reduces the need for workers
in the trench. The PCX64 is approved for the Doosan DX140LC excavator, with a baseplate width of 23 in. (58 cm). The attachment’s dynamic force is 6,400 lbs. (2,903 kg) and the compaction frequency is 2,000 vibrations per minute (vpm). The PCX114 is approved for the Doosan DX140LC, DX180LC, DX190W, DX210W, DX225LC and DX255LC excavators. It features a baseplate width of 27 in. (68.5 cm), 2,000 vpm frequency and 11,350 lbs. of dynamic force. The PCX220 is approved for the Doosan DX255, DX300, DX350, DX420, DX480 and DX520 excavators. It features a baseplate width of 32 in. (81 cm), 2,100 vpm frequency and 22,000 lbs. (5,148 kg) of dynamic force. For more information, visit www.doosanequipment.com.
Blastcrete Equipment Company, manufacturer of concrete mixers, pumps and related products, offers the Model RD6536 skid steer pump attachment. • Three-inch (7.6 cm) hydraulic squeeze pump is ideal for ICF, block fill, form and pour, driveways, basements and various shotcrete applications. • Ability to pump grout materials, 3/8-in. (.9 cm) shotcrete and 3/4-in. (1.9 cm) structural concrete mixes. • Fast, efficient solution for contractors performing a variety of concrete and shotcrete applications. • Variable speeds of 0 to 25 cu. yds. (0 to 19 cu m) per hour. • Vertical pumping distance reaches 50 ft. (15 m) with the use of a rubber delivery line, while horizontal distance can reach up to 250 ft. (76 m). For 60 years, Blastcrete Equipment Company has been manufacturing solutions for the shotcrete industry. With a complete product line consisting of concrete mixers, pumps and related products, Blastcrete Equipment Company is poised to meet the needs of the commercial and residential construction, ICF and SCIP building systems, refractory and underground markets. For more information, call 800/235-4867 or visit www.blastcrete.com.
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Serving up to eight-percent more productivity than the models they replace, the IT4 diesel-powered 250G LC and 290G LC have insatiable appetites for work. Optimized hydraulics yield more muscle, so you can get in, get done, and get on to the next job. Even with their extra ability, these excavators don’t compromise the smooth control and multifunction capability that have become the trademark of our excavators. Customer-inspired refinements include a spacious, more comfortable cab. And an enhanced LCD monitor with rotary dial for easy turn-and-tap navigation. Everything you need to pile even more work on your plate.
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Doosan Portable Power introduced three new models of dual pressure mid-range air compressors â€” P425/HP375WCU, HP450/VHP400WCU and P600/XP535WCU. The portable air compressors are built to withstand the most challenging applications and perform efficiently in the harshest environments. They are ideal for use in a variety of applications, including general construction, abrasive blasting and pneumatic tool applications, and are the perfect complement to any rental fleet, according to the manufacturer. The two-in-one dual pressure units deliver airflow ranging from 375 to 600 cfm and pressures ranging from 100 to 200 psi, depending on the model. With no increase in dimensional size from previous compressor models offered by Doosan Portable Power, users in a variety of markets will appreciate the small footprint. The compact size and a less running gear option allow the unit to be mounted on truck beds for increased flexibility. All three air compressors are powered by Cummins QSB Tier IVi-compliant engines. The Cummins engines â€” engineered with DOC emissions technology â€” offer compact, zero-maintenance design with no regeneration cycles. This is especially important for rental companies where compressors are used by many customers. Among the newly redesigned components on these models is the first ever Mid-
Port full gauge control panel. Standard on the panel is a tachometer display that allows the operator to see selected engine and airend temperatures and pressure as well as percentage of fan speed and engine load. The operator can set service intervals, languages and display features, for an improved operator interface. For those who prefer analog gauges, these machines also feature oil pressure, engine coolant temperature, airend discharge temperature and fuel with analog gauges. A switch on the Mid-Port control panel allows the operator to easily change the pressure setting during compressor operation. The dual pressure feature can create either low airflow with high pressure â€” ideal for some applications â€” or low pressure and high flow; making the new compressor lineup highly efficient and versatile. Other new features include a clutch-driven cooling fan that is thermostatically controlled. The fan is much quieter and provides for increased operational fuel efficiency. Service points are easily accessible without removing the canopy, along with simplified wiring and piping that also contributes to ease of servicing. Automatic shutdowns, relative to several critical operational parameters, help to avoid costly damage and subsequent repairs. For more information, visit doosanportablepower.com.
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John Deere 624K Wheel Loader, 1:50 Scale..................$45
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Medical Center Designed to Replace Outdated Facility in Nearby Mocksville HOSPITAL from page 1
Both structures are expected to be completed in 2013, with the office building, which will house doctors’ offices, set for completion in the summer; and the outpatient facility scheduled to be finished in the fall or early winter. Phase 2 of the project will include hospital beds and is not expected to commence construction any time soon. It is scheduled to be completed in 2017. The new hospital is designed to be a replacement for Wake Forest’s current — and largely outdated — Davie County hospital in nearby Mocksville, N.C. Once services become available at the new medical campus next year, the old hospital in Mocksville will then be gradually shut down.
for development either by outside entities or Wake Forest.” Top Contractors Involved The new Davie medical center is the first community hospital that Wake Forest Baptist Health has created from the ground up and is located approximately 15 mi. west of its huge main medical center near downtown Winston-Salem. The architectural design of the new hospital will be contemporary and will make use of brick, stone and masonry,
ancing the site, according to Stewart. Five Years in the Making The new hospital was first announced in the summer of 2007, but had to undergo a rigorous approval process by the state before being announced as a $100 million, 50-bed community hospital in 2008. In addition, it was competing for approval with Novant Health’s Clemmons Medical Center just four mi. across the Yadkin River in Forsyth County. In the end, both medical centers
Work Began in the Spring Various pieces of equipment, including bulldozers, backhoes and graders, began clearing the heavily wooded 88-acre site in late May. About half the site will be devoted to the hospital, while the rest will be dedicated to a commercial development called River Hill Commons. That development is slated to The earthmoving will continue for quite some time. We are creating large parkinclude a variety of shops, busi- ing lots for those buildings and as part of the project there is a loop road that nesses, restaurants and even a also will serve future outparcels. hotel, although plans for that are still being formulated. Cranes also are hoisting beams and according to a press release from Wake were given the green light to build by officials in Raleigh. girders in place on the four-story office Forest Baptist Health. Besides having a new, state-of-theRodgers Builders Inc., Charlotte, building and adjacent outpatient center, according to Mike Stewart, director of N.C., is the general contractor for art hospital within its borders, Davie project management for Summit Phase 1 of the new Davie hospital. County also can count on an economic Healthcare Group, which manages Rodgers is widely known as one of the boost from the project. Wake Forest building projects for Wake Forest South’s top builders of hospitals and Baptist Health — West Campus is projected to employ about 200 people other medical buildings. Baptist Health. The company has provided a number once the first phase becomes opera“The site work is ongoing, but we are in the steel erection phase now at of local subcontractors with jobs at the tional in 2013. In addition, the replacement hospital Medical Plaza 2, which is the outpa- site and when construction activity hits will not cost Davie County taxpayers a its peak in the spring, as many as 150 tient/healthplex component; and we are in the foundation phase of Medical workers could be onsite at any one time. single dime. Wake Forest is paying for Some of the top subcontractors on the new facility itself and will thus Plaza 1, which is the four-story medical the project include the architectural relieve the county of the $500,000 office,” Stewart said. “The earthmoving will continue for design firm of HKS Inc., Dallas, and annual hospital management expense it quite some time,” he added. “We are Leach Wallace, a national consulting incurred from 2001 to 2007. (This story also can be found on creating large parking lots for those engineering firm with offices in buildings and as part of the project Charlotte, N.C. In addition, Stimmel Construction Equipment Guide’s there is a loop road that also will serve Associates of Winston-Salem is the Web site at www.constructionequipfuture outparcels that will be available landscape architectural firm that is bal- mentguide.com.) CEG
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Carolinas’ Division 9550 Statesville Road Charlotte, NC 28269 704/597-0211 Fax 704/596-6198 101 Bruce Rd. Asheville, NC 28806 828/667-0176 Fax 828/667-4865 411 South Regional Road Greensboro, NC 27409 336/668-2762 Fax 336/668-3714 288 Westgate Drive Wilkesboro, NC 28697 336/973-8201 Fax 336/973-8496 305 N. Main St. Mt. Gilead, NC 27306 910/439-5653 Fax 910/439-4568
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Virginia Division 11047 Leadbetter Rd. Ashland, VA 23005 804/798-6001 Fax 804/752-7111 1711 E. Hundred Rd. Chester, VA 23836 804/748-9324 Fax 804/530-1930 Route 360 & 460 Burkeville, VA 23922 434/767-5578 Fax 434/767-3774 3902 W. Main St. Salem, VA 24153 540/380-2011 Fax 540/380-5547 98 Expo Road Fishersville, VA 22939 540/337-3057 Fax 540/337-1495
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Equipment Company Flint Equipment Company 1206 Blaylock St. Albany, GA 31705 229/888-1212 Fax: 229/435-3612 180 Princeton Blvd. Adairsville, GA 30103-2628 770-773-9857 Fax: 770-773-7226 4500 Wendell Dr. SW Atlanta, GA 30336-1627 404/691-9445 Fax: 404/696-1170
116 Corporate Drive Simpsonville, SC 29681 864/963-5835 Fax: 864/963-7405 4717 Jefferies Hwy Walterboro, SC 29488 843/539-1420 Fax: 843/539-1424 3464 Sunset Boulevard West Columbia, SC 29169 803/794-9340 Fax: 803/794-9346 178 Seaboard Road Andrews, SC 29510 843/221-4940 Fax: 843/221-4942
5333 BBS Way Braselton, GA 30517-1707 770-965-1889 Fax: 770-965-1894 251 Perry Lane Road Brunswick, GA 31525 912-264-6161 Fax: 912-264-5263 2400 Victory Dr. Columbus, GA 31902-3457 706/687-3344 Fax: 706/682-4738 515 Chamblin Rd. Grovetown, GA 30813-3905 706/855-5440 Fax: 706/855-5447 136 Acres Drive Ladson, SC 29546 843/572-0400 Fax: 843/572-7746 4600 Pio Nono Ave Macon, GA 31206-5064 478/788-1586 Fax: 478/781-8591 7566 W. Tennessee St. Tallahassee, FL 32304 850/575-5600 Fax: 850/575-9972 3033 US Highway 27 East Perry, FL 32348 850/584-9200 Fax: 850/584-2844 169 Ross Clark Circle N.E. Dothan, AL 36303 334/794-8691 Fax: 334/794-8696 50 Morgan Industrial Blvd. Garden City, GA 31408 912/964-7370 Fax: 912/964-1822 1220 Henderson HWY Troy, AL 36081 334/566-4181 Fax: 334/566-4361 4900 East Highway 501 Aynor, SC 29511 843/358-5688 Fax: 843/358-2826
1128 Hwy 70 West Garner, NC 27529 919/772-2121 Fax 919/779-5432 3604 Highway 264E Greenville, NC 27834 252/758-4403 Fax 252/758-6508 3816 Martin Luther King Blvd New Bern, NC 28562 252/638-5838 Fax 252/638-2949 5039 US 301 South Fayetteville, NC 28348 910/424-1200 Fax 910/424-8763 Northside Industrial Park Wilmington, NC 28429 910/675-9211 Fax 910/675-3640 Highway 42 Aulander Road Ahoskie, NC 27910 252/332-5550 Fax 252/332-4186
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FLINT EQUIPMENT COMPANY Albany, GA 229/888-1212 Adairsville, GA 770/773-9857 Atlanta, GA 404/691-9445 Grovetown, GA 770/965-1889 Columbus, GA 706/687-3344 Macon, GA 478/788-1586
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nearby widening of U.S. Highway 412 to four lanes between Paragould and Walnut Ridge. Amendment Buys Time, Too Bennett said that because Issue No. 1 is a 10-year temporary tax, he describes it to people as a â€œbridge to give us time to find better ways to fund highways in Arkansas.â€? Among those other ways that Bennett and his agency are studying is transferring the state sales tax on road user items â€” things like new and used vehicles and accessories like tires, batteries and auto repair parts and services â€” from the stateâ€™s general use to a transportation-specific fund. And, yes, he also is looking hard at building toll roads to generate revenue, although he is not sure if that is a good option for his state. â€œThe problem with tolls is in two parts,â€? he said. â€œFirst, is the cost to build them. Second, we are still a largely rural state and there are not many routes that have enough traffic on them to generate enough revenue
to make a difference as a tollway.â€? Still, Bennett said that the state is considering building a toll road in northwest Arkansas on the future I-49 that will eventually connect Kansas City to New Orleans. In addition, his agency is thinking about making a toll road out of a loop around the central part of the state, as well as widening I-40 to six lanes from Little Rock east to Memphis and covering that cost with a toll. States Need Answers Now Obviously, the solutions to the highway funding crisis in both North Carolina and Arkansas, as well as in every state, can only be found through innovative thinking among governmental and business leaders. With the transportation infrastructure funding gap in this country equaling about $94 billion a year, failing to find answers and act quickly will only result in even greater costsâ€Śdown the road. (This story also can be found on Construction Equipment Guideâ€™s Web site at www.constructionequipmentguide.com.) CEG
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Liebherr Offers Tools for Excavator-Specific Upkeep
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the jacking system. It is compatible with Liebherr mining backhoes and face shovels from the R 9250 up to the R 9800. To complete this solution, Liebherr has developed the service powerpack. Fixed to the undercarriage and connected to a generator set, this additional module provides hydraulic power to separate the undercarriage from the uppercarriage. It offers full control of the undercarriage including track chain tensioning and release of the travel brakes. The remote control enables proportional steering for easy and precise undercarriage displacement. Another specific service tool is the pin puller, which provides safety and simplicity when extracting and inserting pressed pins into and from the excavator’s attachment, according to the manufacturer. This tool is available in three sizes across the entire range of Liebherr mining excavators. With the track condition monitoring system, Liebherr provides all specialized electronic and mechanical measurement tools to monitor the wear of the track chain and its components. This system is delivered with dedicated software to track wear of components and facilitate forecasting of spare parts. For more information, visit www.Liebherr.com.
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ALEX LYON & SON AUCTIONEERS www.lyonauction.com 315-633-2944 • Manassas, VA Sat.,January12,2013 For:Construction Equipment,Trucks&Trailer, AerialsandForklifts
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• Queretaro, Mexico Fri.,January25,2013 For:Construction Equipment,Attachments, TrucksandTrailers
• Dothan, Al Jan31thruFeb2,2013 For:16th AnnualFarm& ConstructionEquipment Auction
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• Philadelphia, MS November20-21,2013 For:ConstructionEquipment
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• Houston, TX Sat.,January19,2013 For:ConstructionEquipment
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DEL PETERSON & ASSOCIATES www.delpeterson.com 800-492-9090 • Hutchinson, KS Thurs.,January10,2013 For:ConstructionandFarm Equipment,Trucks& Trailers • Online Only Tues.,January22,2013 For:ConstructionandFarm Equipment
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• Henderson, CO Wed.,January16,2013 For:Constructionand ContractingEquipment
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Dr. EliE WAtts EstAtE sat., Jan. 19, 2013 • 10:00 am
Directions: New Boston is located approximately 25 miles west of Texarkana on Interstate 30. From New Boston go west on I-30 take exit 198. On Hwy. 98 go south 2.3 mile, auction is on the right. Watch for signs! Note: Selling for the Dr. Elie Watts estate. This auction will contain the cleanest group of equipment you will see offered at auction this year. Everything has been stored in a shed and most has very few hours of use on it. This will be an absolute auction and everything will sell regardless of price! Make plans to attend or bid online at www.bidspotter.com.
• New Boston, TX Sat.,January19,2013 For:ConstructionEquipment
MEEKINS AUCTION COMPANY www.meekinsauction.com 800-499-6560
Tractors 2010 Ford NH T6030 Plus w/Loader, C/A, MFWD, 140 Hrs - Warranty until 8/19/13 Sr #ZABD08259 2009 JD 8330 w/Loader, C/A, MFWD, PS Xmsn, Dls, Quick Hitch, 950 Hrs, Emissions Warranty until 5/7/13, Sr #RW8330P044938 2004 Case IH STX450, C/A, Dls, 423 Hrs, Sr #JEE0104015 Dozer, Dirt Pans & Land Levelers 1978 Cat D9H, C/A, Limb Risers, Blade & Rake, PS Xmsn, Manuals, UC-90%, Sr #090V06688 2005 Garfield 1650 Dirt Pan, Dolly Wheel, Sr #316439 2010 Garfield Model 1600RS Blade (16'), Rear Steer, Sr # 016127
NUTT AUCTION COMPANY www.nuttauction.com 903-748-4400
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Feb. 16, 2013 9:00 am Nutt Auction Complex 102 Hwy 82B Garland City, AR 71839
Also Consignments from area farmers and ranchers
Terrebonne OKs Bids for $19.3M in Two New Levees HOUMA, La. (AP) The Terrebonne Levee District plans to start building two new levee sections after approving bids for the work. That includes levees that will tie into the massive floodgate on the Houma Navigation Canal, which is under construction, the Houma Courier reported. A 3-mi. (4.8 km), 10-ft. (3 m) tall section of levee will connect to the east side of the Houma Navigation Canal floodgate, said Terrebonne Levee District Manager Angela Rains. Minnesota-based Ceres Environmental won a $15.7 million bid for the project. The second levee will stretch from the floodgate west to the Mayfield levee in Dularge. Fillway Construction in Thibodaux won a $3.6 million bid. The Terrebonne Levee District began building levees after Hurricane Ike flooded the parish in 2008. A $52 million floodgate is being built to block the Houma Navigation Canal.
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BusinessCalendar The Ohio Nursery & Landscape Association (ONLA) CENTS Show 2013 is January 14 thru 16, 2013 at the Columbus Greater Convention Center. The Ohio Nursery & Landscape Association is a non-profit trade association, incorporated in the state of Ohio, representing the interests of the state’s nursery, garden center, and landscape industry. Membership is comprised of nursery stock growers, landscape contractors, & maintenance firms, garden centers, arborists and allied suppliers. ONLA Headquarters: 72 Dorchester Square, Westerville, OH Main Phone: 614/899-1195. Main Fax: 614/899-9489 AED Condex 2013: January 16 – 17, 2013, The LVH (Las Vegas Hotel & Casino), Las Vegas, Nevada. Show Location: Paradise Event Center Reach the decision-makers of North America’s leading construction equipment, dealerships at CONDEX 2013 in Las Vegas, Nevada. And, now the dealer’s show is a limited space event, so don’t delay! CONDEX 2013 is a powerful venue for building and strengthening your business relationships with both current and prospective dealer clients. Each year the industry’s top executives gather at AED Summit & CONDEX Trade Show. The only show in the industry dedicated strictly to equipment distribution. Questions? Contact Sandy Brassel at 630/468-5126. 5th Annual Michigan Utility Coordination Conference (MUCC) is January 16, 2013 from 9:00 AM to 3:00 PM at the Soaring Eagle Casino & Resort, Mount Pleasant, Michigan. Attend the 5th Annual Michigan Utility Coordination Conference (MUCC) and learn how you can impact the overall utility coordination process. Questions? Feel free to contact Doug Needham at 517/347-8336. National Pavement Expo 2013 – January 23 to 26, 2013 at the Nashville Convention Center, Nashville, Tennessee featuring “How to Building Profit into Pavement.” Conference Schedule is Wednesday, January 23rd from 9 AM to 4:30 PM; Thursday, January 24th from 8 AM to 4 PM; Friday, January 25th from 8 AM to 4 PM; and Saturday January 26th from 8 AM to 11:30 AM. Exhibit Hours are Wednesday, January 23rd thru Friday, January 25th. Special Events include Preview Night on Wednesday, January 23rd; Industry Roundtables on Thursday and Friday, January 24th and January 25th; Discovery Showcase on Friday, January 25th. Ask the Pros! On the Show Floor on Friday, January 25th from 2:30 PM to 4:30 PM. CONTACT information: TELEPHONE: 800/827-8009. POWER SHOW OHIO (OMEDA), featuring Construction Equipment, Agricultural Equipment and Outdoor Power Equipment will be held at the Ohio Expo Center, Columbus, OHIO…JANUARY 25, 26 & 27, 2013…Friday, Saturday, Sunday from 9 AM to 4 PM. Power Show Ohio is sponsored by the Ohio-Michigan Equipment Dealers Association (OMEDA); PO Box 68, Dublin, OH 43017-0068; Telephone: 614/889-1309 or Email: email@example.com.
Minnesota Nursery & Landscape Association (MNLA) – Successful Business Grow Here!
webpage – http://www.maasto.net/meetings.html. If you are looking to speak to If you have questions with regard to this event, call Nancy someone with regard to the above conference you may contact Denise Woods, Valentine at the AGC office at CMP, Director, Communications & Events, AGC of Minnesota, directly at 651/796- 314/480-3173 or email: firstname.lastname@example.org 2186; toll free at 800/552-7670 or website: www.agcmn.org. AGC – St. Louis AGC OF MINNESOTA: ***SAVE THE DATE! Michigan Construction & Design Tradeshow – February 6, 2013. WHO’s UP FOR BOWLING IN JANUARY? AGC’s Construction Beer, Brats & a Band … What more do you need? The Construction Association of Michigan (CAM), Bloomfield Hills, is pleased to Leadership Council (CLC) will hold its 6th annual JUNE 13, 2013 (more details to follow). announce that the Michigan Construction & Design Tradeshow will be returning Bowling Tournament on Tuesday, January 29, 2013. 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CAMTEC, the training and education division of CAM, will offer NOTES: COMMISSIONER APPOINTED. Governor Dayton has chosen Council is a construction trade association made up of quality classes during the tradeshow, as well. Booth space is available for purchase. Contact Ron Riegel or Cathy Jones at CAM for tradeshow rates and information. Charlie Zelle, current president and CEO of Jefferson Lines, as specialty contractors and suppliers serving the construction Commissioner of the Minnesota Department of Transportation industry and the community in the greater St. Louis metropoliTelephone: 248/972-1000 and Fax: 248/972-1001, 43636 Woodward, (MnDOT). Mr. Zelle will begin work at the agency on January tan area and southern Illinois. The ASA Midwest Council’s purBloomfield Hills, MI 48302. 15, 2013. pose is to improve the construction process through active World of Concrete / Concrete and Masonry Construction Event – World of participation in education, legislation and cooperation. For AGC of Minnesota STP Classes – Supervisory Leadership more information about the ASA Midwest Council, visit Concrete - Exhibits: February 5 – 8, 2013 Seminars: February 4 – 8, Program (STP) classes for January to February will begin the www.asamidwest.com or contact Executive Director Susan 2013 Las Vegas Convention Center, Las Vegas, Nevada USA Since 1975, World of Concrete has been the industry’s only annual international week of January 7, 2013. Winkelmann at 314/845-0855. event dedicated to the commercial concrete and masonry construction industries. Featuring indoor and outdoor exhibits, leading suppliers showcasing inno- AGC St. Louis SAVE THE DATE: Construction Leadership Council MARDI GRAS FLOAT vative products and technologies, exciting demonstrations and competitions, a Meet the General Contractors” Expo Scheduled for January world-class education program, and the information you need to help sustain The AVENGERS of Construction Safety 23, 2013 and grow your business. Start the year off strong at World of Concrete! EMAIL: SOULARD MARDI GRAS PARADE St. Louis, MO – The American Subcontractors Association February 9, 2013 firstname.lastname@example.org (ASA) – Midwest Council is set to host its annual “Meet the Please Dress in Hero Gear & Safety Construction Attire General Contractors” Expo on January 23, 2013 at the St. ARA The Rental Show is February 10-13 at a new Las Vegas location: The $80 per Ride: Price includes beer, beads and a great ride on the CLC Float! Charles Convention Center in St. Charles, MO. The yearly Sands Expo and Convention Center, right in the middle of the Las Vegas Strip. First come, First served: Limited availability!!! event gives area subcontractors and construction professionals Click on www.therentalshow.com for a detailed schedule and more information. Registration Deadline: February 1, 2013 the opportunity for valuable face-to-face time with some of the AGC of America Annual Convention: Registration is now open for the 2013 AGC Fax: (314) 781-2874 Annual Convention and Constructor Expo, being held March 6 – 9 in Palm FLOAT: $80 per Rider St. Louis region’s top general contractors. Springs. The early bird discount, a $200 savings, is available until January 16. Sponsorship Package: $500 (sponsorship and four riders) ASA members and non-members are welcome to attend. Room availability at the convention headquarter hotel (JW Marriott Desert Springs) PROCEEDS go to the Jeff Staley Safety Foundation. Questions ??? Please con- Reservations are required. The cost to attend is $65 for ASA is limited, so reservations should be made as early as possible. Complete con- tact: Jackie McMahon at (301) 659-9090 or Email: Jackie.McMahon@affinity- members and $95 for non-members. The cost includes appeference details are available at http://convention.agc.org or you may contact center.com tizers and an open bar. The expo will be open 3:30 to 5:00 Denise Woods, CMP, Director, Communications & Events, AGC of Minnesota, PM for ASA members only, and 5:00 to 7:30 PM for all other directly at 651/796-2186; toll free at 800/552-7670 or website: AGC – St. Louis attendees. January, 2013 Membership Meeting – Technology in Steve Giacin, president of Kaiser Electric and the ASA – www.agcmn.org. Construction: A Convergence… Midwest Council, says the expo is invaluable to industry pro2013 MAASTO CONFERENCE: The Wisconsin Department of Transportation will Thursday, January 10, 2013 host the Mid-America Association of State Transportation Officials (MAASTO) 2013 Location: Matterhorn Room, Sheraton Westport Hotel, Lakeside fessionals looking to make new contacts and potentially increase sales for the coming year. Conference – “Sharing Strategies for Success.” The conference will be held JULY Chalet Last year’s event drew more than 900 attendees. ASA will 16-19 at the HILTON HOTEL in downtown Milwaukee. One of the major events at 191 Westport Plaza, St. Louis, MO 63146 MAASTO 2013 will be a trade show, where industry representatives will have the Cost: $55.00 includes two-hour open bar and heavy hors also have a booth at the expo with information about membership. Visit www.asamidwest.com for registration information. opportunity to showcase materials, technology, and professional services. The d’oeuvres For more information about the event, contact ASA Executive trade show will be held July 17 and 18 at the conference hotel. More information Networking & Cocktails: 5:30 PM Director Susan Winkelmann at email@example.com or on the trade show registration, layout, schedule, and fees will be available in early Appetizers: 6:00 PM 2013 at the conference website, which will be linked via the MAASTO meetings Presentation: 6:30 PM 314/845-0855. 2013 EVENTS CALENDAR: January 9th thru 11th, 2013 – NORTHERN GREEN EXPO. This event features a trade show, educational sessions, and networking events. ***Please contact MNLA at firstname.lastname@example.org or call toll free: 888-886-6652 for more information.
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FEATURING EQUIPMENT FROM
LOCKLEAR BORING INC Sale Site Address: 4009 Estate Drive Creedmoor, NC 27522
THURSDAY, Jan. 31st, 2013 - 9:00AM Partial List to Date HYDRAULIC EXCAVATORS 2006 Hitachi ZX330LC 2006 Kobelco SK330LC-VI Dynamic Acera 1998 Kobelco SK300LC Mark IV 2007 Deere 200CLC 1995 Daewoo DH220LC 2010 Link Belt 160X2 2006 Link Belt 130LX LOADER BACKHOES 2005 Deere 310G 4x4
(2) 2010 CHEVROLET 1500 SILVERADO
1997 MACK CH613
HORIZONTAL BORING MACHINES Barbo 48/54-750 2000 American Auger 48-900S 1995 American Auger 36-340S (3) American Auger 24-150S American Auger 24-110S American Auger 24-100S Richmond 36C (3) Richmond 24C Richmond 20C American Auger Pneumatic AUGER BORING TOOLING & ACCESSORIES Over 3,000 ft of Auger Sections, from 4 inch width bore diameter to 60 inch Disc Cutter Heads Heavy Duty Rock Heads HTR Cutting Heads HTD Cutting Heads Combination Heads Casing & Saddle Adapters Extension Track Dutch Levels American Auger B114-3P Bentonite Mixing System Vandalism Shields (7) ELCO DARDA Hydraulic Rock and Concrete Splitters AIR COMPRESSORS & SUPPORT EQUIPMENT (2) 2005 Ingersoll-Rand P185WJD Portable Air Compressors Ingersoll-Rand P185AWJD Portable Air Compressors Large Qty of Compact Light Duty Air Compressors Terex-Amida 0DLSE25LA Arrow Board Amida DLB15FA Arrow Board Terex-Amida AL4060D Portable Light Plant (20) Energy Absorption Inc Triton Traffic Barriers (2) Topcon TP-L4B Utility Pipe Lasers Edenbros RD7000 Electronic Utility Locating System
2000 AMERICAN AUGER 48-900S
2006 HITACHI ZAXIS 330LC
STEEL TRENCH SHIELDS & EQUIPMENT Speed Shore TB-82-8R8KE, 8 x 30, 8” walls (2) Efficiency 824HT6, 8 x 24, 6” walls (2) Efficiency 820HT6, 8 x 20, 6” walls (2) Efficiency 820XLD, 8 x 20, 4” walls (3) Efficiency 816XLD, 8 x 16, 4” walls (2) GME 816DW, 8 x 16, 4” walls Efficiency 616XLD, 6 x 16, 4” walls Efficiency 420XLD, 4 x 20, 4” walls Efficiency 68XLD, 6 x 8, 4” walls Large Qty of Steel Trench Shield Spreaders (2 ft to 12 ft sections) Safe-T-Shore Stonemizer SM7.5 Bedding Material Container Large Qty of Steel Road Plates (8 ft x 16 ft sizes to 3 ft x 3 ft sizes) WELDER GENERATOR SETS 2009 Miller Trailblazer 302 11,000 watt (3) 2002 Miller Trailblazer 280NT 10,000 watt 2002 Miller Bobcat 250 10,000 watt
2005 DEERE 310G 4X4
2008 Hobart Champion 230 10,000 watt 2010 Lincoln Electric Ranger 305G 10,500 watt (2) 2010 Lincoln Electric Ranger 250GXT 11,000 watt 2009 Lincoln Electric Ranger 250 10,500 watt (2) 2008 Lincoln Electric Ranger 225GXT 10,500 watt Large Qty of Welding Carts, Torch Kits, Accessories DAY CAB TRUCK TRACTORS – TRI AXLE 1998 Kenworth W900L DAY CAB TRUCK TRACTORS – TANDEM AXLE 2006 Kenworth W900L 1997 Mack CH613 HYDRAULIC CRANE TRUCKS 2007 Sterling L8500 Elliott 2495 24 Ton, 95’ reach, 85,000 miles 1996 Ford L8000 National Series 990 23.5 Ton, 95’ reach, 123,000 miles
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VACUUM EXCAVATION TRUCKS 2012 Ford F-550XL Superduty – 2011 McLaughlin V500AW Air/Water Vacuum Excavation System 1994 Ford F700 – Excavac Ground-Hog Air/Water Vacuum Excavation System DUMP TRUCKS 1997 Freightliner FL70 SERVICE UTILITY TRUCKS 2011 Ford F-550XL Superduty Crew Cab Dually (2) 2010 Chevrolet 3500HD Silverado Crew Cab Dually 2001 Chevrolet 3500 Dually Service Van 1990 Chevrolet 3500 Dually, 2,000 miles on new engine 2007 GMC 3500 Sierra Crew Cab Dually 2006 Chevrolet 2500HD Silverado Crew Cab 4x4 2004 GMC 2500HD Sierra PICKUPS 2010 Chevrolet 1500 Silverado LTZ Z71 (4x4) Extended Cab (2) 2009 Chevrolet 1500 Silverado LTZ Z71 (4x4) Extended Cab 2009 GMC 1500 Sierra SLE Z71 (4x4) Extended Cab 2008 Chevrolet 1500 Silverado LT Z71 (4x4) Extended Cab 2008 Chevrolet 1500 Silverado LS (4x4) 2011 GMC 1500 Sierra (2) 2010 Chevrolet 1500 Silverado 2004 GMC 1500 Sierra 2003 Chevrolet S10 2012 Ford F-150 Harley Davidson Super Crew Cab (4x4) LOWBOY TRAILERS 2001 Dynaweld LB50 (Tri Axle) 50 Ton 2007 Witzo Challenger RG-35 (T/A) 35 Ton OTHER ITEMS TO INCLUDE: Equipment Trailers, Utility Trailers, Flatbed Trailers, Shop Equipment, Attachments, Welding Equipment, Compaction Support Equipment, Water Pumps, Job/Traffic Safety Equipment and Supplies, Golf Carts, Utility Carts, Waste Water Supplies and Products, Contractor Grade Tools and Accessories, Construction Equipment Parts & Accessories, Truck Parts and Accessories, much, much, mote – see website for complete listing with descriptions and pictures meekinsauction.com
meekinsauction.com Absolute Consignments will be Accepted for this Auction: For more information on this auction or if you are interested in selling your equipment for this auction, please contact one of our auction sales managers today! Offering selling benefits to help your company achieve the best return on the sale of your assets. Flexible Contract Options: Net Guarantee, Straight Commission, Out-Right Purchase, Off Site Auctions. Contact one of our sales representatives today! Trey Meekins: 910-258-4383 - email@example.com • Chris Cea: 910-633-8244 - firstname.lastname@example.org E.B. Webb: 252-245-1405 - email@example.com
2006 KENWORTH W900L
2007 STERLING ELLIOTT 2495 24 TON
2006 KOBELCO SK330LC-VI DYNAMIC ACERA
2010 CHEVROLET 3500HD SILVERADO DUALLY
LARGE QTY OF TRENCH SHIELDS
Auction conducted by:
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2001 DYNAWELD LB50
2011 FORD F-550XL SUPERDUTY DUALLY
LARGE QTY OF WELDER GENERATOR SETS
2006 LINK BELT 130LX
2011 MCLAUGHLIN V500AW AIR WATER VACUUM EXCAVATION SYSTEM
OVER 3000 FT OF AUGER SECTIONS
Auctioneer Note: Locklear Boring Inc has been specializing in horizontal boring and locating services for both commercial and residential customers over 15 years. Being a company known for their professionalism and customer relations, Locklear Boring Inc is known throughout the contractor community as a company you can trust. This company has maintained all their equipment and trucks over the years and they are in excellent job ready condition. From earth moving equipment, heavy duty trucks, trailers, or to support equipment, this auction will have some quality late model equipment and trucks up for sale. Make plans today to attend, for this is one auction you will not want to miss!
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HILITES: CRAWLER CRANE: 2009 Manitowoc 16000S3 series (like new!-sells in absentia to owner’s confirmation), 4 ROUGH TERRAIN CRANES: New Tadano GR750XL, 2008 Terex RT780, 2007 Grove RT875E, 2005 Grove RT600E, TRUCK CRANE: 2007 Grove TMS500E, TOWER CRANE: 2007 Terex CBR28H-2.5, 10 CARRY DECK CRANES: (5) Broderson IC2002C, Broderson IC803E, (2) Broderson IC802, Broderson IC20, Shuttlelift 3330FL, 40 ARTICULATED TRKS: (3) 2012-2011 Terex TA400, (2) 2010 Terex TA40, (2) 2007-2006 Volvo A40D, 2005 Volvo A35D, Volvo A35C, Volvo A30, (3) 2007-2006 Volvo A25D, 2006-2005 Cat 740, 2010 Cat 730, (2) 2007 Cat 725, (2) Cat D300E, (4) 2006-(2) 2005 JD 250D, (7) JD 250D, (3) 2007 Case 330, 2005 JCB 714, 4 STRAIGHT FRAME TRKS: (2) Cat 773B, (2) Euclid R40, 219 HYDRAULIC EXCAVATORS: 2006 Cat 365CL, Cat 365BL, Cat 350L, 2007 Cat 345CL, Cat 345BL, 2011 Cat 336EL, (2) 2010-(6) 2009 Cat 336DL, 20082007 Cat 330DL, 2006 Cat 330CL, 2009 Cat 329DL, 2008 Cat 325DL, 2006 Cat 321CLCR, 2007-2006 Cat 321CL, 2012-(3) 2011-2009-(10) 2008 -2007 Cat 320DL, (3) 2008 Cat 320DLRR, (3) 2006 Cat 320CL, Cat 320L, 2011-2010 Cat 319DL, (4) 2009-(5) 2008 Cat 315DL, Cat 315CL, Cat 315L, 2007 Cat 314CLCR, 2011-(3) 2009-(2) 2008 Cat 312DL, 2008(3) 2007 Cat 312CL, (3) 2008 Cat 308DS, 2005 Cat 308CR, (3) 2010 Cat 305CCR, Cat 304.5, 2005 Cat 304CR, Cat 303.5, 009 Cat 303CCR, 2008 Cat 303C, Cat 215, 2005 JD 330CLC, JD 270DLC, JD 225CLC, JD 160CLC, 2005 JD 135C, JD 120CLC, (2) Komatsu PC400LC, Komatsu PC300LC-7, 2005 Komatsu PC270LC-7L, Komatsu PC220LC, 2006-2005 Komatsu PC200LC-7, (2) Komatsu PC200LC-6, Komatsu PC158USLC-2, Komatsu PC78R, Komatsu PC50MR, Komatsu PC45, Komatsu PC27MR, Kobelco SK480LC, Kobelco SK400LC, (2) Kobelco SK350LC, (5) 2006-(5) 2005 Kobelco SK330-6, 2006 Kobelco SK290-6, 2006 Kobelco SK250-6, 2007-2006 Kobelco SK235SR, (2) 2007-(4) 2006-(3) 2005 Kobelco SK2106, 2007 Kobelco SK200SR, Kobelco SK160LC, (3) 2007-2006-(3) 2005-(2) 2004 Kobelco SK135SR, Kobelco SK70, Unused Doosan DX225LC, Volvo EC460BLC, Volvo EC210BLC, Link-belt 330LX, Link-belt 290LX, 2008 Link-belt 160-2, Link-belt 130LX, Link-belt 75LX, Case CX75, Case CX31, 2004 Yanmar VIO402, (4) 2004 IHI 80NX-3, IHI 55, 2006- (23) 2005-2004 IHI 35N-2, 2006-(12) 2005-2004 IHI 28N-2, IHI 28N, (2) IHI 15NX, (2) Takeuchi TB135, 2004 Bobcat 331G, 2004 Yanmar VIO352, 2007 D&E Mfg. 330-XHDH, 5 LONG REACH EXCAVATORS: Unused 2012 Doosan DX225LC, Kobelco SK 250LC, Linkbelt 240LX, 2010 Cat 329DL, Cat 322CL, RUBBER TIRED EXCAVATOR: Badger 460, 36 MOTOR GRADERS: 2009 Cat 140MVHP, 2009 Cat 140MVHR, 2009 Cat 140MVHP Plus, 2009-(4) 2008 Cat 140M, (4) 2005 Cat 140H, (5) Cat 140H, 2008 Cat 120M. Cat 14H, (3) 2008 Cat 12M, (3) 2007-2006-2005 Cat 12H, (3) Cat 12H, Cat 12G, 2007 JD 770, JD 672D, JD 670A, JD 570A, 2008 Volvo G940, Champion 710A, 5 MOTOR SCRAPERS: (3) Cat 631D, (2) 2004 Cat 615C, 2 TOOL CARRIERS: Cat IT38G, Cat IT28G, 64 RUBBER TIRED LOADERS: (2) Cat 988G, Cat 988B, Cat 980H, 2010 Cat 966H, (2) Cat 966G, Cat 966F, (2) 2007 Cat 950H, (2) 2005 Cat 950G-II, 2010-2009-(2) 2008 Cat 938H, 2012-2010-(4) 2009 Cat 930H, 2006 Cat 930GIT, (2) Cat 930G, 2009 Cat 924HZ, 2009-2008 Cat 924H, 2006
Cat 924GZ, (4) 2007-2006-2005-(2) 2004 Cat 914G, 2009 Cat 906H, 2009 Cat 906, JD 700H, 2009 JD 644K, 2008 JD 544J, Komatsu WA500, 2009 Komatsu WA380-6, 2009 - 2006 Komatsu WA380-5L, Komatsu WA320, (2) 2007- (2) 2005-(3) 2004 Komatsu WA250, (3) 2006 Komatsu WA200-5, 2005 Komatsu WA50-3, (3) 2005 Case 621D, Case W14B, 2008 Volvo L110F, 2004 JCB 436HT, Daewoo Mega 400-III, Michigan L125, 73 CRAWLER TRACTORS: 2005-2004 Cat D9R, 2004 Cat D8T-II, (2)2008 Cat D8T w/ ripper, (2) Cat D8T, 2004 Cat D8R-II, (6) Cat D8R, Cat D8N, Cat D7RXR-II, Cat D7RLGP, Cat D7RXL, 2009-2008 Cat D6TLGP, 2008 Cat D6TLGP, Cat D6RXL, 2010-(2) 2006-2004 Cat D6RLGP, 2006 Cat D6RII, 2008 Cat D6NXL, (3) 2007-2006 Cat D6NLGP, 2008 Cat D6KXL, 2008 Cat D6KLGP, 2006-2004 Cat D5GLGP, 2007 Cat D5G, (3) 2006 Cat D4GXL, (3)2005 Cat D4G, 2008 Cat D3KXL, 2007 JD 850J, 2005 JD 750J, 2006 JD 700J, (2)2005 JD 700JLGP, (2) 2006-(2) 2004 JD 650JLGP, (2) 2004 JLG 650H, 2006 JD 450JLGP, 2008-(2) 2006-2005-2004 JD 450J, (2) 2004 JD 450H, (2) 2007-(2) 2006-2005 Case 850K, 2007 Komatsu D155AX-6, (2) 2008 Komatsu D51PX, 2007 Komatsu D39EX, 2009 Komatsu D36EX, CRAWLER LOADER: Cat 941B, 78 LOADER BACKHOES: 2011 Demo Cat 450E (4x4), 2007 Cat 430E (4x4), (3) 2010- (6) 2009-2008 Cat 420EIT (4x4), (10) New Unused Cat 420E (4x4), 2011 Cat 420E (4x4), (2) 2009-(8) 2007 Cat 420E, (4) 2006 Cat 420D, (2) 2008-(2) 2007 Cat 416E (4x4), Cat 416D, Cat 416C (4x4), Cat 416C, 2012 JD 310SK (4x4), JD 310 Super G, (4) 2006-(23)2005 JD 310G (4x4), JD 310G, JD 510D, 2010-2009 JD 410J, JD 410D, (5) 2012 Case 590 Super N (4x4), 2006 Case 590 Super M (4x4), 2006 Case 580M-II (4x4), (5) 2006- (2) 2005 Case 580M (4x4), 2007 JCB 3CX-14, (3) 2005-(2) 2004-2003 Komatsu WB140-2N, New Unused NH LB95B, NH B95B (4x4), 14 ASPHALT PAVERS: 2005 Cat 1050D, (2) Cat 1050D, 2007 Cat 650B, 2008 Blaw Knox PF6170, (2) 2007 BK PF3200, BK PF510, BK PF410, BK PF200B, BK PF172, LeeBoy 1200, Gehl T450, Bitelli, 2 SHUTTLE BUGGIES: (2) Roadtec SB2500, 3 DISTRIBUTOR TRKS: 2003 Ford F750 (s/), 2003 Sterling M7500 (s/a), 1985 Ford LT9000 (tri.), 2 COMPACTORS: Cat 836G, Cat 815B, 38 ASPHALT ROLLERS: (12) New Unused Cat CD54, (2) 2006 Cat CB634D, 2008-(6) 2007-2006-(2) 2005 Cat CB534D, Cat CB534C, 2006 IR DD118HF, IR ST80, 2007 IR DD70HF, 2008 IR DD38HF, 2004 IR DD24, (2) 2006 Volvo IR DD12S, 2004 Hamm HD12VV, (2) Bomag BW75AD, (2) Hyster, Ferguson 10 Ton, 83 VIBRATORY ROLLERS: (5) 2011-2010-(4)2009 Cat CS56 (cab), 2008-2006 Cat CP56, Unused Cat CS54, 2010 Cat CS54, (3) 2007 Cat CS563E, 2008 Cat CS433E, 2005 Cat CP433E, 2008-(3) 2007- (7) 2006- (4) 2005 IR SD100D, (3) 2005- (9) 2004 IR SD70D, (2) 2005- (3) 2004 IR SD45D, (5) 2012 Bomag BW213DH-4, 2006 Bomag BW213PDH-3, (8) 2012 Bomag BW211D, (2) 2006 Bomag BW211D-3, 2005 Bomag BW177D-3, (8) 2007 Dynapac CA250D, 2007 Case SV212, (2) Case SV208D, (2) JCB VM115, REX SP600D, 2006 Hamm 3205, 4 TRENCH ROLLERS: 2006 Wacker R82SC, (2) Wacker RT, Multiquip P33HHMR, PNEUMATIC ROLLERS: 2006 IR PT125R, 45 RUBBER TRACKED SKID STEERS: (8) 2011 Cat 299C (cab), Cat 297C, (5) 2012 Cat 289C-2, 2010-2009 Cat 279C, 2009-(2) 2008 Cat 277C, 2005 Cat 277B, 2005 Cat 267B, 2007 Cat 247B, 2007-(2) 2005 Bobcat T300, (5) 2005 Bobcat T250, (5) 2006-2005 Bobcat T190, Takeuchi TL150, (2) Takeuchi TL140, 2007- 2006-(2) 2005 Takeuchi TL130, Gehl 1503, 26 SKID STEERS: 2010 Cat 272CX, 2008 Cat 256C, 2008-2007 Cat 256CX, 2010-2008 Cat 252B-3, 2008 Cat 252B-2, 2010 Cat 242B-2, 2011 Cat 236B-3, 2010 Cat 232B-3, Cat 226, 2008 Cat 216B-2, 2008 Case 465, 2008 Case 420CT-II, Bobcat S185, 2005 Bobcat S175, (3)2005 Bobcat S150, 2006 JD 317, (2) 2012 NH L215, (2) NH L215, Gehl 3003, Case 60XT, Case 1845C, 2006 Mustang 2054, 7 TRENCHERS: (3) 2005-(2) 2004 Ditch Witch RT40, (2) 2004 Ditch Witch 1330, 3 ROUGH TERRAIN FORKLIFTS: 2006 Case 586G (4x4), Master Craft MC12000, Master MC5, 92 TELESCOPIC FORKLIFTS: (4) 2008 Cat TL1255, 2010-2008 Cat TL1055, (5) 2008 Cat TL642, (6) 2011 Cat TH514, Cat TH83, (3) 2008 Skytrak 10042, 2004 Skytrak 8042, (2) 2008- (4) 2006 Skytrak 6042, (2) 2007-2004 Genie TL1056, (2) 2007 Genie GTH842, (2) 2007-(2) 2006 Genie GTH644, (2) 2007 Genie GTH636, Gradall G642, 2003 Gradall 544D,
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20th Annual Rental Returns Auction Construction Equipment, Aerials, Forklifts, Dump Trucks, Truck Tractors, Trailers, Support & Attachments.
Unused JCB 507-42, JCB 528, 2006- (2) 2005 JCB 508C, 2008 JCB 507-42, (2)2006-(4) 2005-(2) 2004 JCB 506C, JCB 506B, JLG G943, (2) 2004-2003 JLG G642A, 3) 2008 JLG G5-18A, 2007-2006- (2) 2005- (2) 2004 Lull 1044C-54, Lull 944E, 2005- (3) 2004 Lull 644E42, 2004 Terex TH1056C, Terex TX77-45R, (2) 2005 Terex TH644C, (2) 2006 Terex TH636C, Terex TH528, (3) 2006 Dieci XRM7.732, (7) 2007 Dieci XRM6.221, (2) 2007 Dieci XRM5.519, Case 586G, IR 843, 2 PIGGY BACK FORKLIFTS: (2) Moffett M5000, 25 FORKLIFTS: Cat T80D, Cat T50C, Cat GC25, Komatsu FG45T2-7, Komatsu FG25T12, Komatsu FG15HT-16, Toyota A5F070 15,000lb., Toyota 7FGU70 15,000lb., Toyota 7FGU70 14,000lb., Toyota 7FGU55 12,000lb., Toyota 7FGAU50 11,000lb., (3) Toyota 7FGU45 10,000lb., (2) Toyota 6FGCU25, (2) TCM FCG25, (2) Nissan SP-TT1W660NV, Nissan 30, Yale GP060, Harlo 5600, Lindy 50, Datsun CPF02A20S, 80 BOOM LIFTS: (3) 2004-2003 JLG 1350SJP (4x4), 2004 JLG 1250AJP (4x4), (2) 2004 1200SJP (4x4), (4) 2012 JLG 860SJ (4x4, sky power), (7) 2012 JLG 860AJ (4x4, sky power), (5) 2008 -2006 JLG 800AJ, (4) 2012 JLG 660SJ (4x4, sky power), (3) JLG 601S (4x4), (2) 2012 JLG 600S (4x4, generator), JLG 600S, (2) 2008-(2) 2007 JLG 600AJ (4x4), JLG 600A (4x4), (2) JLG M600JP, (2) 2008 JLG 460SJ (4x4), (2) 2012 JLG 450AJ, (4) 2012 JLG E300AJP, JLG 120HX, (16) JLG 60HX, (10) JLG 40HX, 2009 Genie S80, (5) Genie Z60/34 (4x4) , Genie S60, Genie S40, 105 SCISSOR LIFTS: (2) JLG 500RTS (4x4), (3) JLG 40RTS (4x4), (2) 2008 JLG 3394, (3) JLG 33RTS (4x4), (5) 2005 JLG 3246E, 2005 JLG 2646ES, (2) 2004 JLG 2630ES (4x4), (2) 20052004 JLG 2032ES, (18) 2005 JLG 2030ES, (2) 2004-2003 JLG 1932E2, (48) 2004 JLG 1930ES, 2004 Genie GS2668RT (4x4), 2009 Genie GS2646, (3) 2004 Genie GS2632, (2) 2008 Genie GS2032, (2) 2005-(2) 2003 Genie GS1930, 2008 Genie GS1530, (2) 2007 Skyjack 3220, 2003 Skyjack SJIII3219, 27 AIR COMPRESSORS: 2008 Doosan HP935WCU, 2004 Doosan HP750WCU, (2) 2012 Doosan XP375, 2006 Doosan Airsource 185CFM, 2008-2007(3) 2006 Sullair 375HDPQ, (6) 2008-(2)2006-2005 Sullair 185DPQ, (2) IR P185WJD, 2011 IR P135WIR, Sullair 185, 2007 Airman PDS185S, Chicago Pneumatic 185, 34 GENERATORS: 2012 Multiquip 125kw, (4) Unused Multiquip 60kw, 2007-(2)2005-2004 Multiquip DCA85USJ2C, (2) 2006-2005 Multiquip DCA70USIC, Doosan G145, 2012 Doosan G90 75kw, (6) 2012 Doosan G40WMI-2A-T4I, (2) 2012 Doosan G25WMI-2A, (2) 2006 Magnum 125, (3) 2006 Magnum MMG80, 2008 Magnum MMG55, (2) 2006 Magnum MMG35, 45ft. box Generator, 40ft. box Generator, 11 WELDERS: (3) 2005-(2) 2004 Miller Big Blue 400D, (2) Miller 250 amp, 2005 Lincoln 300D, 2003 Lincoln K2290-1, (2) 2006 Multiquip BLW400SS, 61 LIGHT PLANTS: (10) 2012 IR LS-60HZ-T4F Lightsource, 2007 IR Lightsource, (16) 2012-(3) 2011-2010 Doosan LSC-60HZ-T4F, (2) 2010 Doosan Lightsource, 2006 Amida AL4060D4MH, 2006 Terex RL4060D4MH, (6) 2007- (4) 2006-(12) 2005-(4) 2004 Magnum Pro MLT3060, 2007 Magnum Pro MLT3060, SURVEILLANCE EQUIPMENT: 2012 Doosan MVS6, 9 PUMPS: 2006-2005 Godwin CD150M 6in.,(4) GP200M, (3) GP150M, FELLER BUNCHER: Hydro-Ax 321, 3 LANDSCAPE TRACTORS: 2008 Kubota L4240 (4x4), JD 6420 (slope mowers), JD 6220 (slope mowers), 9 AG TRACTORS: (2) 2009-2008 Cat MT965C, 2003 Challenger MT285, JD 9520, JD 9400, JD 6420, JD 6220, JD 3140 (4x4), CONCRETE EQUIPMENT: 2006 Multiquip WBH-16F, 11 SWEEPERS: (4) 2005 -2004 Terramite TSS38, 2007-2006-2005 Broce RJ350, Broce RC350, 2003 Broce CR350, Laymor 6HB, WATER TANKERS: (2) Cat D25, Cat D20D, 13 BOOM TRKS: (7) 1999-1998 Sterling , (2) Sterling 7500 15 ton, (2) 2000 Int’l. 4700, Kenworth T370 15 ton, 7 ROLLBACK TRKS: 2007 Freightliner (t/a), (5) 2006-2005 Ford F550, FLATBED TRKS: 1998 Ford F350, DIGGER DERRICK TRKS: 1982 Int’l. S1800 AWD (s/a), 2 VACUUM TRKS: 2000 Freightliner FLD120 (t/a), Ford, WATER WAGONS: 2005 Cat 613C-II, Cat 613C, 15 WATER TRKS: (2) 2008-2004 Ford F750, 2005 Ford 2000 gal., (2) 2003- (4) 2002-2001 Sterling (t/a), 2008-2007 Freightliner 4000 gal, 2005 Int’l. (t/a), 2000 Int’l. 4900, 8 TRUCK TRACTORS: (3) 2007 Peterbilt 386 (t/a), 2004 Peterbilt 379 (t/a), 2005 Mack CHN
(t/a), 1998 KW W900 (quad.),1975-1974 Pacific PW-W3 (t/a), 4 DUMP TRUCKS: 1999 Sterling (t/a), Ford F750, Freightliner M2 (t/a), Western Star (tri.), 12 SERVICE TRUCKS: New 2012 Ford F550XL, (5) 2006-2005-(3) 2004 Ford F550 (4x4), 2012 Ford F450, Kenworth T300, SEPTIC TRUCKS: 1993 Int’l. Paystar 5000 (tri.), STAKE TRUCK: 2005 Ford (s/a), 8 PICKUP TRUCKS: (3) Ford F350 (dually), (2) Ford F150, (2) Ford F250 (4x4), Chevy Silverado, VANS: 2004 Dodge Sprinter 2500, 9 DETACHABLE GOOSENECK TRAILERS: (8) 2013 Witzco RG50 50 ton (tri.), 2002 Talbert 55 ton (quad.), 2 EQUIPMENT TRAILERS: 2007 Ledwell 50 ton, Eager Beaver 50 ton, 2 STEP DECK TRAILERS: Fontaine 53ft., 2009 Fontaine Velocity (40T), SPECIALTY TRAILER: Talbert Specialty Trailer 83ft. x 11ft. approx. (12 axle), SCISSOR LIFT TRAILER: JLG UT49 4ft. x 9ft. (t/a), 12 ELECTRIC CARS: (12) New Koko D8, 30 RECREATIONAL & UTILITY VEHICLES: (15) Kubota & Kawasaki, ATTACHMENTS, SUPPORT EQUIPMENT. SPECIAL: 1963 Chevy Corvette: (24,000 original miles, split windows, Daytona Blue – perfect!) EXTRA SPECIAL MILITARY EQUIPMENT: MILITARY TANKS: 1965 Chieftain Combat Tank, MILITARY TRUCK: Mack Army Transport Truck 5 Ton , MILITARY TRAILER: Tank Retrieval Trailer. SPECIALTY TRUCK TRACTOR & TRAILER (selling in absentia): TRUCKS: 1975-1974 Pacific PW-W3 (t/a), TRAILER: Talbert 450 ton Specialty Trailer 83ft. x 11ft. approx. (12 axle) DIRECTIONS: From Tampa: I-4E to Rte. 27N for 6.5 miles to Rt. 192E for 1 mile. Left on Avalon Rd. for 3 miles to sale site on left. From Orlando: I-4W to Rt. 192W for 5.5 miles, turn right on Avalon Rd. to sale site. Address: 12601 State Rd. 545 North (Avalon Rd.), Winter Garden, FL 34787. FLORIDA AUCTIONEER LICENCE: #AU 0001548, FLORIDA LICENCE: #AB-1091. SALE SITE PHONE: (407) 239-2700,
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SANY America Ritchie Bros. Sets New Records in 2012 Names Excavator Service Manager
Ritchie Bros. Auctioneers Incorporated sold approximately $3.9 billion of equipment at 328 unreserved auctions around the world in 2012. This represents a 5 percent increase in gross auction proceeds over 2011 and the highest gross auction proceeds in company history. The company achieved gross auction proceeds of $1 billion in the fourth quarter alone. Ritchie Bros. attracted record online bidder registrations and sold approximately $1.3 billion of equipment, trucks and other assets to online bidders in 2012, an 18 percent increase over 2011 and the highest amount ever sold online by the company in one year. Ritchie Bros. conducted its final unreserved auctions of 2012 (Dec. 20) in Los Angeles, Calif., and St. Louis, Mo., and plans to release its full audited annual financial statements and management’s discussion and analysis for 2012 on Feb. 26, 2013. Peter Blake, Ritchie Bros. CEO, commented: “Against the backdrop of market turbulence through the year, we are pleased with our 2012 results as we emerged well positioned to continue the growth of our core unreserved auction business and we are ready to begin a new path that will introduce a new customer base to our brand. In 2012, we saw the intense competition for Bobby Oldham has been named excavator service man- quality low hour used equipment recently transition to a less competitive ager of SANY America. and more familiar environment for our Bobby Oldham, a construction service expert with more business to grow over the long term. changes in the evolving equipthan 10 years experience working with cranes, excavators, These ment market contributed to our percompaction equipment and portable power, has been named formance in the year where we saw sigexcavator service manager of SANY America. nificant gains in our online presence “Bobby has been around iron his entire life,” said Eric and bidder portal, with 5 million unique Teague, director of sales of the earthmoving group at SANY visitors to our 21 language Web site America. “He understands customers and the importance of and $1.3 billion in annual online equippredictable uptime. He’ll make a great addition to our exca- ment sales. Our auctions in Canada recorded over $1 billion in gross aucvator team.” As service manager, Oldham is responsible for warranty tion proceeds for the year, an amazing from our network of 10 permanent administration, service and warranty policies for the earth- feat auction sites within Canada. moving group, dealer standards and measurable metrics for “We are realizing benefits, from distribution channels, development of training curriculum prior investments in capital and stratefor SANY America service personnel and dealer staff, and gic initiatives, ranging from our continother issues. uing improvements in operating lever“I have always been a hands-on guy who strives for solu- age to the expansion of our global auctions,” Oldham said. “Whether it’s an excavator or dozer, tion site network with our new down time is just not good. I have honed my skills and Donington Park, UK, yard and the always worked closely with engineers and mechanics like opening of replacement sites in Wash. (replacing Olympia, myself to be able to troubleshoot and repair the equipment in Chehalis, Wash.) and Raleigh-Durham, N.C. the quickest and most efficient ways possible.” (replacing Statesville, N.C.). 2013 is Oldham spent the past eight years as a service manager for shaping up to be a great year of milea Komatsu dealer in Georgia and Oklahoma. Previously, he stones, with the impending launch of our new online, non-auction marketworked as a service manager for Ingersoll Rand. “Quality equipment and quality support are the keys to place as a result of our AssetNation acquisition. We also will be conducting success,” Oldham said. “I live and breathe it.” SANY America’s excavator offerings include the 7.5-ton our first unreserved auction in Beijing, as well as our upcoming six-day (6.8 t) SY75C, the 13.5-ton (12 t) SY135C, the 21.5-ton China, auction in Orlando, Florida, and grand (19.5 t) SY215C and the 23.5-ton (21.3 t) SY235C. opening auction in Geelong, Australia Additional models will be introduced in North America in — all demonstrating the breadth in our the coming year. mission statement to deliver comFor more information, visit www.sanyamerica.com. pelling business solutions that enable
the world’s builders to easily and confidently exchange equipment.”
The World’s Largest Heavy Equipment Auction Ritchie Bros. held the world’s largest heavy equipment auction in Orlando, Fla., on Feb. 13 to 18, 2012, and, in the process, broke multiple company records. New records were set for gross auction proceeds ($203 million), number of lots sold (more than 10,000), total number of registered bidders (8,670), number of sellers (830), online gross auction proceeds (more than $47 million) and number of online bidders (4,070).
New Canadian Sales Record The company achieved a historical milestone in its Canadian auctions in 2012. A new record was set at the Ritchie Bros.’ unreserved public auction in Edmonton, AB, on Dec. 13 to 14, 2012. Other 2012 highlights from Ritchie Bros. Canadian auctions include: • Largest Canadian auction in Ritchie Bros. history: Edmonton, AB, on April 24 to 26, 2012 — $110+ million • Largest Saskatchewan auction in Ritchie Bros. history: Saskatoon, SK, on Dec. 4, 2012 — $30+ million • Largest Quebec auction in Ritchie Bros. history: Montreal, QC on Dec. 5 to 6, 2012 — $43+ million First China Auction Announcement On Nov. 28, 2012, Ritchie Bros. announced it will be holding its first unreserved public auction in China during the first half of 2013. The company will bring the certainty of unreserved auctions to Chinese equipment buyers and sellers now that the company’s wholly owned foreign enterprise application has been approved by the Chinese government. Ritchie Bros. has formally leased land in the Tianzhu Free Trade Zone (Shunyi, Beijing) in preparation for this first unreserved public auction in China. Strategically located within minutes of Beijing Capital International Airport, the Tianzhu Free Trade Zone is connected to one of China’s largest roll-on, roll-off ports in Tianjin. Other Auction Site Records Broken and Milestones Reached in 2012 Ritchie Bros. set a number of other records in 2012, including: • Tipton, Calif. — $17 million: new regional record and most agricultural lots ever sold at a U.S. auction (Feb. 17) • Brisbane, Australia — $54 million: the largest single-day auction in company history (March 20)
• Caorso, Italy — $17 million): the largest Italian auction in company history (March 8 and 9) • London, Ontario — $3 million: new regional record (March 28) • Polotitlan, Mexico — Nearly $19 million: the largest Mexican auction in company history as well as most bidders registered for a Mexican auction (March 28 and 29) • Regina, Saskatchewan — $9 million: new regional record (March 29) • Toronto, Ontario — $28 million: new regional record (Sept. 25 and 26) • Raleigh-Durham, N.C. — $76 million: new regional record and first time selling more than 60 D11 crawler tractors in a single auction (September 26 and 27) Auction Site Network Expansion Ritchie Bros. conducted grand opening auctions at four new or replacement permanent auction sites in 2012: • Las Vegas, Nev. • Donington Park, United Kingdom • Chehalis, Wash. (replaced Olympia, Wash.) • Raleigh-Durham, N.C. (replaced Statesville, N.C.)
Dividends Ritchie Bros. increased its quarterly cash dividend in 2012, and paid out total dividends during the year of approximately $50 million compared to $46 million in 2011. Online Bidding Statistics Ritchie Bros. sold more than $1.3 billion of equipment, trucks and other assets to online buyers in 2012, representing an 18 percent increase compared to $1.1 billion in 2011 and more than any other company in the world. Internet bidders comprised more than 60 percent of the total bidder registrations at Ritchie Bros. industrial auctions in 2012. Web Site Statistics The Ritchie Bros. Web site (www.rbauction.com) attracted more than 5.5 million unique visitors in 2012 (a 38 percent increase compared to last year), and they had more than 12.8 million visits to the Web site (28 percent more than 2011). Upcoming Auctions There are currently 77 unreserved auctions on the 2013 Ritchie Bros. auction calendar, which commences with a two-day auction in Houston, Texas, on Feb. 6 and 7, to be followed by auctions in Las Vegas, Nev. (Feb. 8), Donington Park, UK (Feb. 12), Phoenix, Ariz. (Feb. 12 and 13), Tipton, Calif. (Feb. 15) and a six day auction in Orlando, Fla. on Feb. 18 to 23. For more information, visit www.rbauction.com.
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HYDRAULICIRCUIT TECHNOLOGY ..........................................44
IRON PLANET ............................................................................59
ALLU GROUP ..............................................................................24
JOHN DEERE ..............................................................................45
ANACONDA CONVEYORS USA INC..........................................41
KAWASAKI CONSTRUCTION MACHINERY ..............................29
ARLINGTON HEAVY HAULING ..................................................22
ASC CONSTRUCTION EQUIPMENT USA...........................2,3,10
KOMATSU AMERICA CORP ......................................................49
ATCO EQUIPMENT ......................................................................5
ATLANTIC COAST CRANES ......................................................11
KUBOTA EXCAVATOR ................................................................25
LLOYD MEEKINS & SONS AUCTION ........................................61
BOMAG AMERICA'S INC ............................................................19 BROOKS SALES INC ..................................................................22 CAROLINA CAT.............................................................14,15,16,17 CAT AUCTION SERVICES ..........................................................65 CCS EQUIPMENT ......................................................................13 CEG SCALE MODELS ................................................................48 CLASSIFIEDS ..............................................................................55 CON-EQUIPMENT OF THE CAROLINAS ..................................21 CONSTRUCTION EQUIPMENT GUIDE WANTED..............................................................................54 AUCTION PROFILE PROMO..............................................57 DOOSAN INFRACORE AMERICA ..............................................53 DOOSAN PORTABLE POWER ..................................................27 DYNAPAC ....................................................................................52 EXODUS MACHINES ..................................................................35
MAY HEAVY EQUIPMENT ..........................................................23 MOBRO MARINE INC....................................................................6 NATIONAL ATTACHMENTS ........................................................46 NORAM ........................................................................................26 NORTH AMERICAN ATTACHMENTS..........................................44 NUTT AUCTIONS ........................................................................56 POWERSCREEN MID-ATLANTIC ..............................................34 RITCHASON AUCTIONEERS ....................................................58 RITCHIE BROS. AUCTIONEERS ORLANDO FL ......................................................................67 ROAD BUILDERS MACHINERY ................................................24 SCHAEFER ENTERPRISES ......................................................47 SENNEBOGEN ............................................................................37 SOLESBEES EQUIP & ATTACHMENTS ....................................46
FELLING TRAILERS ....................................................................31
SOUTHEASTERN EQUIPMENT CORP ......................................21
FLANGE LOCK ............................................................................23
SOUTHERN SHOWS ..................................................................21
FLECO ATTACHMENTS ..............................................................46
SOUTHERN TRACTOR SERVICE ..............................................47
FQS BEAR EQUIPMENT ..............................................................7
TAR HEEL MACHINERY................................................................9
TEREX CRANES ........................................................................42
HILCO INDUSTRIAL LLC ......................................................58, 60
THOMPSON MACHINERY USED PARTS ..................................47
HILLS MACHINERY COMPANY ..................................................68
TOWMASTER INC ......................................................................32
HITACHI CONSTRUCTION MACHINERY ............................50, 51
TRENCH SHORING SERVICES ................................................18
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