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Connecting Arkansas to Future Highway I-69 By Zoie Clift CEG CORRESPONDENT

Manhole Shields Assist Wharton-Smith…8

A large- scale project with a long-range scope is in the works in Arkansas. The Arkansas State Highway and Transportation Department (AHTD) is in the midst of constructing a 38.5-mi. (61.9 km) road

designed to connect Interstate 530 in Pine Bluff to U.S. 278 in Wilmar. The connector is being built to provide easy access to the future Interstate 69, which will connect north and south portions of the country via southeast Arkansas. When initially calculated in the mid to late 1990s, the connector road was expected to cost $300 million but that amount has increased to

around $620 million due to overall increased construction costs. According to Glen Bolick, AHTD spokesperson, the highway will be initially built as a two-lane roadway, but right of way has been purchased to accommodate future widening to four-lanes. In 2006 AHTD completed the first segment see AHTD page 59

Homebuilding: Stabilizing the House of Cards By Giles Lambertson

Caterpillar Delivers Keys to First D7E…16

CEG CORRESPONDENT Photo courtesy of Jensen Construction Company

According to Ernie Westfall, AHTD District Two construction engineer, equipment on this section of the project includes American Cranes models 999, 7250, 5299, 5300 and 9260,

Deeres Help Paving Co. Enter Mining Business…31

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

Rain Slows, Does Not Stop Progress on Snapfinger Rd. By Angela B. Hurni CEG CORRESPONDENT

Paving Section ......43-54 Parts Section ..............56 Business Calendar......60 Auction Section ....69-77 Advertisers Index ......78

Despite consistent rain, work is ongoing on the Snapfinger Road widening project in DeKalb County, Ga., and has been for almost a year. The Georgia Department of Transportation (GDOT) awarded Pittman Construction Co., Conyers, Ga., the $10.1million contract to widen Snapfinger Road beginning at Flat Shoals Parkway and extending to Wesley Chapel Road. Preliminary work on the 2-mi. (3.2 km) long project began January 2009, and relocation of utilities began in spring of this see SNAPFINGER page 62

When finished, the project will improve the safety and operation of the roadway, which serves as a major route to Interstate 20, especially for the residential developments.

Homebuilding in the United States in the past decade became a gigantic house of cards, which finally collapsed in 2008. Boom went bust and homebuilders still are trying to dig themselves out of the resulting heap. A nationwide search continues for policies and business models that will deal simultaneously with foreclosures, unemployment, tight money and budget deficits. Expert industry observers cannot say exactly when homebuilding will again become a robust economic indicator. But there seems to be a consensus that the situation won’t deteriorate much further. “As far as construction goes, it has not been perfectly increasing, but it has been steadily increasing since the early part of 2009. I see 2010 as being a better year,” said David Crowe, chief economist of the National Association of Homebuilders. The statement is underwhelming because 2009 is a remarkably low benchmark. While new single-family residential construction indeed rose for the sixth consecutive month in November (1.3 percent), overall spending on homes still was 25 percent below November 2008 activity; multi-family residential building for the month was 44 percent below a year ago. General construction spending in November fell 13 percent see HOUSING page 24


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Your VOLVO dealer in The Carolinas • Georgia • Alabama • East Tennessee

CRAWLER EXCAVATORS

MOTOR GRADERS

(2) 2004 Volvo EC140BLC, 1169-2360 Hrs........................$$60,000-$64,000 (5) 2006 Volvo EC140BLC, 807-1946 Hrs..........................$$45,000-$95,000 2006 Volvo EC160BLC, S/N 11100775, 951 Hrs ..............................$$90,000 (3) 2004 Volvo EC210BLC, 2321-5074 Hrs........................$$47,000-$95,000 2006 Volvo EC210BLC, S/N 11100985, 1539 Hrs ............................$$95,000 (4) 2007 Volvo EC210CLC, 602- 2779 Hrs ......................$$82,500-$126,000 2006 Volvo EC240BLC, S/N 11102327, 1874 Hrs ............................$$70,000 2007 Volvo EC240BLC, S/N 11103018, 1991 Hrs ..........................$$132,000 (3) 2008 Volvo EC240CLR, 1228-1443 Hrs ..................$$180,000-$190,000 2006 Volvo EC290BLC, S/N 11102217, 2043 Hrs ..........................$$140,000 $140,000-$156,000 (2) 2007 Volvo EC290BLC, 1340-1772 Hrs....................$ 2005 Volvo EC330BLC, S/N 11101357, 2268 Hrs ..........................$$171,600 (2) 2006 Volvo EC330BLC, 1800-3168 Hrs....................$$115,000-$140,000 (6) 2007 Volvo EC330BLC, 675-1605 Hrs ....................$$160,000-$202,800 2008 Volvo EC330BLC, S/N 11103374, 1025 Hrs ..........................$$195,000 2008 Volvo EC330CLC, S/N 11103459, 1248 Hrs ..........................$$205,000 2005 Volvo EC360BLC, S/N 11101440, 1876 Hrs ..........................$$170,000 2006 Volvo EC360BLC, S/N 11101452, 3481 Hrs ..........................$$118,000 2007 Volvo EC360BLC, S/N 11103200, 1129 Hrs ..........................$$165,000 2003 Volvo EC460BLC, S/N 11101497, 5996 Hrs ..........................$$149,000 (3) 2007 Volvo EC460BLC, 523-2745 Hrs......................$$235,000-$296,400 2007 Volvo EC460CLC, S/N 11103709, 2981 Hrs ..........................$$190,000 2008 Volvo EC460CLC, S/N 11103401, 635 Hrs ............................$$375,000 2002 Cat 320CL, S/N JP01LG, 4006 Hrs ........................................$$110,000 2007 Cat 328DHG, S/N 11103611, 1052 Hrs ................................$$218,000 2003 Cat 330CL, S/N JP02LG, 4590 Hrs ........................................$$148,000 2006 J.Deere 450D, S/N 11103612, 3365 Hrs ..............................$$250,000

WHEEL EXCAVATORS 2006 Volvo EW160B, S/N 12100016, 1125 Hrs..............................$$110,000 2008 Volvo EW210C, S/N 12100086, 181 Hrs................................$$185,000

COMPACT EXCAVATORS 2002 Volvo EC35, S/N 21100272, 1629 Hrs ....................................$$22,000 (2) 2006 Volvo EC35, 761-812 Hrs ....................................$$21,000-$22,000 (2) 2006 Volvo EC35A, 400-808 Hrs..................................$$23,000-$27,000 (3) 2008 Volvo EC55B, 1491-1575 Hrs..............................$$42,000-$48,000 2005 Volvo ECR28, S/N 21100166, 21 Hrs ......................................$$27,000 2005 Volvo ECR88, S/N 21100162, 1340 Hrs ..................................$$65,000 2006 Takeuchi TB175, S/N 80101095, 1341 Hrs..............................$$54,000

2004 Volvo G710B, S/N 14100308, 1751 Hrs ..................................$$80,000 (3) 2007 Volvo G940, 1183-1365 Hrs............................$$168,500-$171,500 (6) 2008 Volvo G940, 784-1203 Hrs..............................$$165,000-$195,000

COMPACT MOTOR GRADER 2007 Champion C86, S/N 24100020, 853 Hrs ................................$$85,000

WHEEL LOADERS 2006 Volvo L60E, S/N 10102770, 3264 Hrs ....................................$$76,000 2005 Volvo L70E, S/N 10101420, 5980 Hrs ....................................$$85,000 2004 Volvo L90E, S/N 10101900, 10367 Hrs ..................................$$86,000 2006 Volvo L90E, S/N 10102024, 10600 Hrs ..................................$$82,500 (2) 2007 Volvo L110F, 1521-1771 Hrs ..........................$$162,500-$165,000 2008 Volvo L120F, S/N 10103539, 1270 Hrs..................................$$195,000 2007 Volvo L150E, S/N 10103386, 1159 Hrs ................................$$245,000 $128,000 2006 Volvo L180E, S/N 10104003, 7185 Hrs ................................$ 2008 Volvo L220F, S/N 10103636, 1524 Hrs..................................$$330,000 1996 CAT IT24F, S/N 10104031, 9107 Hrs ......................................$$28,000 1995 CAT 963B, S/N 10103639, 8447 Hrs........................................$$49,000 1996 J.Deere 444G, S/N 10104030, 15062 Hrs ..............................$$20,000

COMPACT WHEEL LOADERS 2005 Volvo L45B, S/N 20100062, 4070 Hrs ....................................$$42,000 2007 Volvo L30B, S/N 20103151, 595 Hrs ......................................$$53,000 2007 Volvo L25, S/N 10103646, 1617 Hrs ......................................$$38,000

COMPACTION 2008 VRM DD16, S/N 30101733, 34 Hrs ........................................$$32,000 2008 VRM DD-31HF, S/N 30101684, 1051 Hrs ................................$$38,000 (3) 2006 VRM SD116DX, 809-1036 Hrs ..........................$$75,000-$105,000 2007 VRM SD116DX, S/N 30100816, 542 Hrs ................................$$80,000 2003 VRM SD122DX, S/N 30101906, 5834 Hrs ..............................$$37,500 (2) 2005 VRM SD122DX, 741-800 Hrs ..............................$$94,000-$97,000 2006 VRM SD122F, S/N 30101584, 24 Hrs ......................................$$97,000 1999 Wacker RD25, S/N 30101725, 2498 Hrs ..................................$$8,000 2002 Hypac C784, S/N 30100527, 614 Hrs ......................................$$55,000 2005 Hypac C832C, S/N 30101817, 1300 Hrs..................................$$30,000

MOTOR SCRAPER 2005 Euclid S12, S/N 80100142, 0 Hrs ..............................................$$3,000

ARTICULATED HAULERS (2) 1998 Volvo A25C, 12427-14091 Hrs............................$$38,000-$63,000 (2) 1999 Volvo A25C, 10064-11723 Hrs............................$$65,000-$74,000 2000 Volvo A25C, S/N 13100403, 11522 Hrs ..................................$$74,000 2003 Volvo A25D, S/N 13100713, 9221 Hrs ..................................$$138,000 2004 Volvo A25D, S/N 13102453, 3580 Hrs ..................................$$144,000 2006 Volvo A25D, S/N 13102307, 1877 Hrs ..................................$$208,000 (9) 2007 Volvo A25D, 1648-3429 Hrs............................$$169,000-$220,000 (2) 2008 Volvo A25E, 1343-2206 Hrs ............................$$230,000-$248,000 2002 Volvo A30D, S/N 13101012, 9104 Hrs ..................................$$135,000 2003 Volvo A30D, S/N 13100937, 4900 Hrs ..................................$$235,000 2004 Volvo A30D, S/N 13100966, 7040 Hrs ..................................$$185,000 (2) 2005 Volvo A30D, 4837-4841 Hrs......................................$$125,000 Ea. (3) 2006 Volvo A30D, 712-2487 Hrs ............................$$170,000-$220,000 (3) 2007 Volvo A30D, 1658-2636 Hrs ..........................$$190,000-$270,000 (3) 2008 Volvo A30E, 1053-2619 Hrs ............................$$220,000-$325,000 (2) 2006 Volvo A35D, 2883-3951 Hrs ..........................$$250,000-$275,000 (2) 2007 Volvo A35D, 1493-2176 Hrs ..........................$$245,000-$275,000 2002 Volvo A40D, S/N 13102209, 5990 Hrs ..................................$$160,000 (5) 2004 Volvo A40D, 8998-11231 Hrs....................................$$115,000 Ea. 2005 Volvo A40D, S/N 13102207, 4204 Hrs ..................................$$205,000 (2) 2006 Volvo A40D, 4070-6854 Hrs............................$$155,000-$225,000 (6) 2007 Volvo A40D, 3012-4248 Hrs............................$$260,000-$400,000 (6) 2008 Volvo A40E, 2328-4239 Hrs ............................$$345,000-$490,000

BACKHOE LOADERS 1998 New Holland 555E, S/N 10104055, 615 Hrs ..........................$$16,000 2007 Volvo BL704ROS, S/N 22100328, 1734 Hrs............................$$47,000 2007 Volvo BL704CAS, S/N 22100331, 1768 Hrs ............................$$56,000

SKIDSTEERS 2004 ASV RC85, S/N 23100182, 781 Hrs ........................................$$23,000 2004 CAT 247, S/N 23100320, 2400 Hrs ..........................................$$16,500

PAVERS 1999 VRM PF-161, S/N 31102149, 9711 Hrs ..................................$$27,000

WATER TRUCK 1994 CAT 613C, S/N 80101141, 15000 Hrs......................................$$47,000

TRACK PAVER 2005 Lee-Boy 8500T, S/N 80101217, 1256 Hrs ..............................$$60,000

Contact: Doug Wilson 704-562-2032 Fax: 704-494-8196 Email: doug.wilson@ascvolvo.com www.ascvolvo.com Billy Brice - Southeast U.S. - 678-592-1004 Email: billy.brice@ascvolvo.com ASC has an expansive Volvo rental fleet. Call for more details.

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SOUTHEAST EDITION Circulated Throughout

IN THIS ISSUE SPECIAL SECTION…

43

PAVING

Be sure to check out this monthly special section! Keep up to date with the latest information on paving and milling equipment.

FEATURES…

8 43

14

MANHOLE SHIELDS ASSIST WHARTON-SMITH WITH WATER TAP

Wharton-Smith Construction Group recently completed a very critical water tap on a 24 in. force main, as part of the Western Regional Waste Water Treatment Plant Indian River Reclamation Facility Expansion.

16

CATERPILLAR DELIVERS KEYS TO FIRST D7E TRACK-TYPE TRACTOR

Caterpillar recently presented the keys of the first innovative AC electric drive track-type tractor in the industry to long-time customer, TJ Lambrecht.

20

KIEWIT CONSTRUCTION HANDLES VIADUCT PROJECT WITH EASE

Kiewit has survived the industry’s ups and downs by adapting and taking on new jobs and pursuing different opportunities.

16

20

CORPS AWARDS $53M FOR PICAYUNE STRAND RESTORATION WORK

The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, Jacksonville District, reached a historic milestone in Everglades restoration with a construction contract award for the Picayune Strand Restoration Project in Collier County.

31

FLORIDA PAVING COMPANY EXPANDS INTO MINING BUSINESS

Tough economic times haven’t stopped Don (Rick) Mancil Jr. and Myra Smith from jumping into the material business. In August 2009, the pair took over ownership of the Vero Rock Mine, located in Vero Beach, Fla.

34 31

MAKING WORK EASIER, MORE PROFITABLE WITH MACHINE CONTROL

Today, with the focus on technology, companies are able to do the same work with fewer people — in particular, less experienced people.

60 BUSINESS CALENDAR 64 CLASSIFIEDS 72 COMING AUCTIONS

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Blanchard Machinery Company MAKE

MODEL

YEAR

SERIAL #

ID #

HOURS

DESCRIPTION

PRICE

Aerial Lifts GENIE

Z135/70RT

2006

Z13506-231

93212

1464.0

135' HEIGHT.DEUTZ DIESEL

$165,000.00

GENIE

GS2668

2006

GS6806-46758

93893

538

26' ROUGH TERRAIN DUAL FUEL

$12,900.00

Articulated Dump Trucks

Cat 836 Landfill Compactor 2008 Cat Certified Rebuild 2 AVAILABLE! Call for Pricing

Cat

725

2006

0B1L00539

79305

1797.0

23.5R 25 Tires

$172,000.00

Cat

730

2006

0B1M00450

79140

2670.0

23.5R 25 Tires

$183,000.00

Cat

735

2005

0B1N00141

120891

3470.0

26.5R 25 Tires

$280,500.00

Cat

740

2006

0B1P01236

M13026

3275.0

29.5R 25 Tires

$289,500.00

Cat

740

2003

0AXM00724

77735

10417.0

29.5R 25 Tires

$156,000.00

2006

0FDP26886

M11963

725.3

OROPS, STD Stick, 4WD, GP Bucket, 36" Bucket

$42,500.00

Backhoe Loaders Cat

420D

Cat

420D 4IT

2005

0BLN11769

76194 4IT

1435.2

OROPS, STD Stick, 4WD, QC, GP Bucket, 24" Bucket

$52,500.00

Cat

420D 4ME

2006

0FDP27175

79553 4ME

573.7

OROPS, E-Stick, 4WD, MP Bucket, 24" Bucket

$49,500.00

Cat

420E 4IE

2007

0KMW01713

CME0000011

81.0

OROPS, E-STICK 4WD, QC, GP Bucket, 24" Bucket

$67,500.00

Cat

314C LCR

2006

0PCA01326

120521

1527.0

R Boom, 9' 10" Stick, 8' 2" Blade, 42" Bucket

$69,500.00

Cat

315C T

2006

0CJC03204

M13116

1012.4

R Boom, 10' 2" Stick, 28" Tracks, 42" Bucket

$73,000.00

Cat

318CL

2006

MDY00579

78126

863.0

8'10" Stick, 32" Tracks, 42" Bucket, Mech Thumb

$88,700.00

Cat

320CL

2005

0PAB04770

M13103

1595.0

R Boom, 9' 6" Stick, 42" Bucket, QC

$95,500.00

Cat

322BL

1999

02ES00804

63985

12696.6

R Boom, 9' 8" Stick, 48" Bucket

$49,500.00

Cat

324DLLR

2008

0JJG00691

M13062

203.8

Long Reach Arrangement, 45" Ditch Bucket

$215,000.00

Cat

330DL

2007

0MWP01372

M10769

674.0

R Boom, 12' 10" Stick, 36" Bucket

$210,000.00

Cat

345BL

2005

0AGS01580

69754 121

9658.5

R Boom, 12' 10" Stick, 72" Bucket

$89,000.00

Cat

345BL

2005

0AGS02736

75629

3891.0

R Boom, 15' 9" Stick, 62" Bucket, CWT Removal Device

$185,000.00

Cat

345CL

2006

0PJW00718

78909

5085.0

R Boom, 14' 1" Stick, 54" Bucket, CWT Removal Device

$188,000.00 $199,000.00

Excavators

Cat D5M XL Track Type Tractor 2001 w/ 2543 hrs, SN# 4BR00662, $39,500

Feller Bunchers - Saw / Shear

Peterson 6700B Grinder 2006 w/ 1163 hrs, SN# 31B-58-1328, $399,000

Cat

THV501HD

2006

FA00536

CF000215

379.0

Rotosaw I1924T, 24" single grousers

Hydro-Ax

470

2005

HA18988

CF000207

4408.0

20" High capacity saw, 28L tires, joystick steering

$79,500.00

Timberjack

608S

2004

WC608SX007170

CN000143

3112.0

FS22 VDZZULVWWULSOHJURXVHUVÂżUHVXSSV\VWHP

$110,000.00

Grinders / Chippers / Debarkers Kodiak Kutter

B160

2006

B160TC-10-I7

C10267

866

Peterson

4700B

2005

27B-94-1276

CN000096

1598.0

Horizontal grinder, 630HP, PT Tech

$99,500.00 $239,000.00

Woodsman

390

2008

1W9F744318F341369

F000147

85.0

Drum Chipper, 1200HP

$580,000.00

2008

0BXT02757

C12879

193.0

Hyd thumb & 16" C&P Bucket

$29,000.00

Cat 12H Motor Graders

2003

0AMZ00254

M11578

7272.0

EROPS (HP), A/C, 14 BLADE, SCARIFIER, 14.00-24 TIRES

$149,500.00

Cat

12H

2003

0AMZ00254

M11578

7272.0

EROPS (HP), A/C, 14 BLADE, SCARIFIER, 14.00-24 TIRES

$149,500.00

Cat

140H

1998

09TN00653

70302

8996.0

EROPS, A/C, 14 Blade, Ripper, 17.50-25 Tires

$91,000.00

2005

0SLK02141

75270

2342.0

Mini Hydraulic Excavators Cat

303C CR

Cat 257B Multi-Terrain Loaders*

Cat 525C Grapple Skidder 2007 w/ 3267 hrs, SN# 52500314, $128,500

newyear, sprockets, trackspowertrain 50%, hyd q/c. $17,000.00 *AllGood MTLsoverall listed condition, are sold w/1 250 hour + hydraulic warranty

Cat

247B

2006

0MTL03593

21148

1098.0

Good Condition

Cat

257B

2005

0SLK02141

75270

2342.0

Good overall condition, new sprockets, tracks 50%, hyd q/c.

$18,000.00

Cat

267B

2005

0CYC00868

78494

1929.0

New sprockets, tracks 30%.

$25,000.00

Cat

277B

2005

0MDH02027

75316

1733.2

Hyd q/c, Open cab, tracks 85%, new sprocket sleeves.

$25,000.00

Cat

287B

2006

0ZSA02877

20265

1688.5

Tracks fair, Sprockets 50%,

$14,900.00

1.877.326.6112

$19,900.00

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The Source for Used Equipment MAKE

MODEL

YEAR

SERIAL #

ID #

HOURS

DESCRIPTION

PRICE

On-Highway Dump Trucks STERLING

F750

2006

2FZACFDC56AV57330

94059

10000.0

6 YARD BOX DUMP, SINGLE AXLE, AUTO, CAT C7

$28,900.00

STERLING

F750

2006

2FZACFDC76AV57328

94058

14154

7 YARD BOX DUMP, SINGLE AXLE, AUTO, CAT C7

$29,900.00

Cat

525B

2005

3KZ02064

U000285

5469.0

Sgl arch, CCR grapple, C-501 winch, 30.5 tires, standard axles

$86,500.00

Cat

525C

2008

52500539

CF000260

1987.0

Dual arch, CCR grapple, hydro-winch, hvy duty axles, 30.5 tires

$144,500.00

2005

0SCH00963

76456 SS

1103.0

Good Condition

$15,000.00 $15,500.00

Skidders

Cat 988F Wheel Loader 2009 Cat Certified Rebuild SN# 8YG00961, $479,000

Skid Steers Loaders Cat

232B

Cat

252B

2006

0SCP02246

78716 SS

1766.0

New Tires, Sold w/1 yr, 250 hr powertrain + hyd warranty

John Deere

260

2002

KV0260A460856

CL0117

737.0

Bucket, Tires 50%, Great Condition, Case-style hand controls.

$15,000.00

Cat

268B

2005

0LBA01133

78560

1733.2

Cab w/AC, New Tires, Great Operating Condition

$28,900.00

New Holland

LS180

2000

183215

CL0115

1340.0

Good Condition

$13,000.00

Soil Compactors Cat

815F

2004

0BKL00521

M12855

5014.0

EROPS, Air, S Blade w/ Tilt

$229,500.00

2007

TBK00186

R10466

483.0

6,000 LB CAPACITY, 42FT REACH, FF TIRES, OROPS

$52,000.00

Telehandlers Cat

TL642

Track Type Tractors

Peterson 5000G Chipper 2003 w/ 8231 hrs, SN# 2G-242-983, $375,000

Cat

D5G XL

2006

0WGB02927

79938 XL

3155.0

OROPS, Heater, Sweeps, 20" RBT Tracks, PAT Blade w/ Rake

$69,500.00

Cat

D5G LGP

2004

0RKG00580

71325 LGP

5568.0

OROPS, HEATER, SWEEPS, 26" RBT TRACKS, PAT BLADE

$40,000.00

Cat

D5N LGP

2003

0AKD00328

70682

5279.0

OROPS, Heater, Sweeps, 30" Tracks, PAT Blade

$59,000.00

Cat

D6K LGP

2008

0DHA00428

M11672

210.0

EROPS, A/C, Sweeps, 30" Tracks SystemOne, PAT Blade

$147,500.00

Cat

D6N LGPC

2006

0ALY02126

79329 LGP

3781.5

EROPS, A/C, Sweeps, 34" Tracks SystemOne, PAT Blade

$125,000.00

Cat

D6R XLC

2004

0AAX00475

71206 XLC

5143.0

EROPS, A/C, Sweeps, 24" Tracks, 6SU Blade

$130,200.00

Cat

D8T

2006

0J8B00784

GR000006

2724.2

EROPS, A/C, 24" ES Tracks, 8SU Blade, SS Ripper

$399,000.00

Track Type Loaders Cat

939C HST

2006

06DS01749

78939

1818.0

OROPS, Heater, Sweeps, 18" DG Tracks, MP Bucket

$61,000.00

Cat

953C CGP

2005

0BBX02095

77425 CGP

2175.6

EROPS, A/C, 19.7" DG Tracks, GP Bucket

$85,000.00

Trench Roller

Cat 563 Feller Buncher 2006 w/ 2607 hrs, SN# HA19230, $136,500

WACKER

RT82

2006

5623245

93446

491.0

33" DRUM WIDTH, ARTICULATING, REMOTE CONTROL

$12,000.00

WACKER

RT83

2007

5636302

93459

378

33" DRUM WIDTH, ARTICULATING, REMOTE CONTROL

$12,000.00

$49,000.00

Vibratory Soil Compactors Cat

CS-423E

2006

0AST00506

120404

212.4

VPM Gauge, Lights, 66" Smooth Drum

Cat

CP-563C

2003

05KN00308

64092

1401.0

VPM Gauge, Flotation Tires, 84" Smooth Drum

$45,000.00

Cat

CS-563D

2003

09MW00347

68021

1280.0

Transmission Guard, 84" Smooth Drum

$38,000.00

Cat

CS-563E

2005

0CNG00949

76601

1618.0

VPM Gauge, Flotation Tires, 84" Smooth Drum

$79,500.00

2368.0

EROPS, A/C, GP BKT

$217,500.00

Wheel Loaders & Integrated Toolcarriers

Hydro-Ax 764 Mower 2006 w/ 2232 hrs, SN# HA19257, $189,500

Cat

966H

2007

0A6D00996

M13048

Cat

IT28G

2004

0DBT01079

72421

3969.0

EROPS, A/C, LSD (Front), 3V, QC, GP Bucket, RC, 20.5-25 Tires

$82,000.00

Cat

IT28G

1998

08CR01568

M12880

8603.0

EROPS, 3V, QC, GP Bucket, Forks, 20.5-25 Tires

$38,500.00

Cat

IT28G

2004

0DBT01575

74917

3176.0

EROPS, A/C, LSD (Front), 3V, QC, GP Bucket, RC, 20.5-25 Tires

$82,000.00

Wheel Tractor Scrapers Cat

611

2000

06SZ00217

65305

4682.0

EROPS, A/C, Front Suspenion Axle, 29.5R25 Tires

$105,000.00

Cat

613C

2004

08LJ02642

M12854

3658.0

EROPS, A/C, 23.5R25 Tires

$88,500.00


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Manhole Shields Assist Wharton-Smith With Water Tap

Setting up the perpendicular 24 in. to 24 in. (61 cm) tap in the poor Florida soil posed a unique challenge as to how to keep the workers safe when they were in the excavation completing the work.

By James McRay SPECIAL TO CEG

Wharton-Smith Construction Group recently completed a very critical water tap on a 24 in. force main, as part of the Western Regional Waste Water Treatment Plant Indian River Reclamation Facility Expansion. WhartonSmith is the primary contractor overseeing the entire expansion project at the Vero Beach, Fla., facility. Setting up the perpendicular 24 in. to 24 in. (61 cm) tap in the poor Florida soil posed a unique challenge as to how to keep the workers safe when they were in the excavation completing the work. Even though the force main was not particularly deep; a shoring, sloping, or shielding system was still required as part of the excavation. Ed Sly, mechanical superintendent on the project, and 27 year heavy construction veteran, called Professional Shoring and Supply — Florida’s newest trench shoring equipment experts — for help in finding the right shoring system for the water tap. “My original inclination was to rent a modular aluminum shoring system, Build-A-Box, and set up

an elaborate t-configuration for the tap,” said Sly. “To his credit, Dan [Payne, Professional Shoring and Supply] could have rented us that system, but instead he recommended a simple set of manhole shields with cut-outs. The manhole shields worked out exactly as we needed them to, and it was a lot

cheaper than Build-A-Box,” Sly concluded. The two manhole shields were 8 by 12 ft. (2.4 by 3.6 m) “wraparound” style shields, with 27 in. (68 cm) square cut-out or “dog houses,” that straddled the existing line. The new line ran perpendicular through the second adjacent

The new line ran perpendicular through the second adjacent shield, allowing protection for workers installing a series of elbows and valve to the tap line.

shield, allowing protection for workers installing a series of elbows and valve to the tap line. Overseeing the installation for Wharton-Smith was Project Superintendent Jim Gramlich. Wharton-Smith Inc. (WSI) was founded in Central Florida in 1984 by George Smith and Bill

The two manhole shields were 8 by 12 ft. (2.4 by 3.6 m) “wrap-around” style shields, with 27 in. (68 cm) square cut-out or “dog houses,” that straddled the existing line.

Wharton. WSI is headquartered in Central Florida, with additional offices in Tampa, Palm City, Atlanta and Charlotte. Construction market segments include Environmental, Commercial, Educational, International, Entertainment, Healthcare, and Green Building Construction. WSI is consistently ranked by Engineering News Record as a “Top 400 Contractor” and “Top 200 Environmental Contractor” Professional Shoring and Supply is an official Efficiency Production Inc. trench shielding and shoring equipment distributor. Efficiency Production provides a wide selection of standard and custom trench shielding and shoring systems. Efficiency’s products are designed specifically for safe and cost effective installation of utility systems and infrastructure improvements. All products are P.E. certified to meet OSHA standards. For more information, call Professional Shoring and Supply, 888/777- 8307. James McRay is the director of Marketing & Media for Efficiency Production Inc. He can be reached at 800-552-8800; jmcray@efficiencyproduction.com.


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Gatorback Tracks & Equipment LLC St. Augustine, FL Jacksonville, FL 877-748-7299 904-622-7141

New and Used Equipment Sales • Rubber Tracks and Undercarriage Parts

New Mustang Equipment Available

MTL316 Stone Pallet

MTL325 Gravel

2109 Dump

MTL320 Hay Bale

2003 Cat D5N LGP, 3920 Hrs, Cab, A/C, Limb Risers, Rear Screens........$48,000

2009 Mustang MTL312, Enclosed Cab, A/C............................................$28,500

2003 John Deere 450HLGP, 2320 Hrs, OROPS, 80% U/C..........$29,900

2006 Big Tex Pintle Hitch Trailer, Elec. Brakes, 22500GVWR......$4,500

2005 John Deere 650J LGP, 1000 Hrs, One Owner ................................$54,900

2002 JD 624H, Cab, A/C, Quick Tach w/Root Rake, One Owner ......$59,900

1989 Volvo A25, 5000 Gallon Water Truck ....................................$18,500

2005 Gehl CTL80, 1190 Hours, New Tracks and Sprockets ..........$19,900

1996 Komatsu CD50, Steel w/Rubber Pads, 360˚ Rotating Dumper ....$39,900

2006 Mustang 742 Telehandler ........ ..............................................$46,900

Woods Batwing Mower..........$1,495

Hyster High Lift Container Handler H1050E, 4300 Hrs ..................$199,900

2004 ASV RC85, 1400 hours, Hi Flow Aux Hydraulics ..........................$14,900

2006 Mustang MTL25, Cab, A/C, 190 Hrs........................................$37,500

1995 Komatsu CD50, New Chains and Sprockets, New Roadliner Pads..$44,900

2009 Gehl CTL55 Standard ROPS, New Machine..........................$24,500

2008 Mustang 1503, 95 Hrs, Aux. Hydraulics, 3 Buckets ..........$17,900

2007 Kaufman Gooseneck 24k lb Trailer, 36ft ............................$7,900

2006 Nissan 8000lb Forklift, 60” Forks, 5000 Hrs, Pneumatic Tires..........$5,995

2001 Komatsu PC300LC-6LE 54” Bucket w/Manual Thumb ......$44,500

SPECIAL SALE - GATORBACK TRACKS

2007 Gehl 373, Rubber Tracks, only 150 hours ..................................$22,900

Undercarriage Parts

www.gatorbacktracksandequipment.com

1996 Mack with Demo Trailer .............. ....................................................$24,900


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1973 MANITOWOC 4600 DRAGLINE, SMU: 1700, ID#: UC11421, S/N: 46284, 140’ BOOM, POWERED BY CAT D379, DETROIT LIGHT PLANT, 7YD ESCO BKT, INCLUDES SPARE BKT, REPAIRS: NEW MOTOR W/1700 HRS $325,000

2004 JOHN DEERE 160CLC HYD. EXCAVATOR, SMU: 6443, ID# UP11393, S/N: 044545, CAB, A/C, 1PC BOOM, 10’2” STICK, 36” BKT, HYD. THUMB, RADIO, PLUMBED FOR HAMMER, UC@6443 HRS, 24” TG SHOES 55%, BUSHINGS 55%, NOT TURNED, LINKS 55%, SEGMENTS 55%, IDLERS 50%, ROLLERS 50%, CARRIERS 60% $42,000

2000 HITACHI EX330LC-5 HYD. EXCAVATOR, SMU: 9026, ID#: UT10323P, S/N: 1H1P021475, CAB, A/C, 1PC BOOM, 24” BKT, STANDARD FRONT, JRB COUPLER, 10’6” STICK, AUTO LUBE FOR HAMMER, UC@9019 HRS, 31.5” SHOES@90%, BUSHINGS 30% NOT TURNED, LINKS 50%, SEGMENTS 50%, IDLERS 60%, ROLLERS 61%, CARRIERS 40% $58,000

2004 CAT D4G XL TRACK TRACTOR, SMU: 5776, ID#: UP10570N, S/N: 0HYD00565, 3406 ENGINE, EROPS, DRAWBAR, A/C, PAT BLADE, JOYSTICK STEERING, UC@5622 HRS, 18” SHOES@80%, BUSHINGS 70%, NOT TURNED, LINKS 75%, SEGMENTS 80%, IDLERS 90%, ROLLERS 55%, CARRIERS 55% $52,000

1981 CAT 769C OFF HIGHWAY TRUCK, SMU: 12444, ID#: UT11253N, S/N: 001X2460, CAB, A/C, RIGID FRAME, RETARDER, 2X6, LUB STARTER, TIRES@12443 HRS, RF KOHAMA 1800R33 51%, LF GOODYEAR 1800R33 51%, RR1 MICHELIN 1800R33 97%, RR2 GOODYEAR 1800R33 97%, LR1 MICHELIN 1800R33 68%, LR2 MICHELIN 1800R33 62% $55,900

Joe Goncalves (717) 561-3312 Harrisburg, PA jgoncalves@clevelandbrothers.com

2004 KOMATSU PC400LC-7 HYD. EXCAVATOR, SMU: 7459, ID#: UT11047, S/N: A86191, CAB, A/C, 1PC BOOM, HYD QUICK COUPLER, 11’2” STICK, UC@7114 HRS, 32” TG SHOES 70%, BUSHINGS 60%, NOT TURNED, LINKS 50%, SEGMENTS 60%, ROLLERS 50%, CARRIERS 50% $85,000

2004 CAT D6R IIXL TRACK TYPE TRACTOR, SMU: 6012, ID#: UP10730N, S/N: 0AAX00845, CAB, A/C, WINCH, SWEEPS, SCREENS, SU BLADE (REMOVED BL200), UC@5401 HRS 90%, SHOES 24” $178,000

1996 CAT 950F II WHEEL LOADER, SMU: 5976, ID# UP10692N, S/N: 08TK02579, EROPS, A/C, GP BKT, STEERING WHEEL, 23.5X25 TIRES@5797 HRS 80% $94,000

Tom Jamieson (717) 561-3305 Harrisburg, PA tjamieson@clevelandbrothers.com

2003 CAT 314CLCR HYD. EXCAVATOR, SMU: 3150, ID#: UT1027IN, S/N: 0PCA00169, EROPS, A/C, 36” BKT, 8’2” STICK, AUXILIARY HYDS, PLUMBED TO STICK, FOR HAMMER, COUPLER HAS LINES, FOR REAR BLADE, UC@2939 HRS@65% REMAIN, NOT TURNED $75,000

2003 CAT 322CL HYD. EXCAVATOR, SMU: 7858, ID#: UT9863BN, S/N: 0HEK00133, CAT 3126 DIESEL ENGINE, EROPS W/AIR, 19’4” R REACH BOOM, 9’8” STICK, 32” BKT W/4 TEETH, HAND CONTROL PATTERN CHANGER, S FAMILY BKT LINKAGE, HAMMER CIRCUIT, 70% UC@7429 HRS, 32” SHOES $70,000

2002 CAT D6M XL TRACK TRACTOR, SMU: 10135, ID#: UT10834N, S/N: 03WN03167, CAT 3116 ENGINE, EROPS, A/C, PAT BLADE, COUNTERWEIGHT, FINGER TIP STEERING, UC@10108 HRS, 22” SHOES 60%, LINKS 40%, BUSHINGS 50%, NOT TURNED, SEGMENTS 60%, IDLERS 80%, ROLLERS 35%, CARRIERS 50%, REPAIRS: REBUILT ENG/TORQUE@10108 HRS $95,000

1999 CAT IT28G WHEEL LOADER, SMU: 7687, ID#: UT10462N, S/N: 08CR02025, CAT 3116 ENGINE, EROPS, STANDARD FRONT, WHEEL STEERING, AUTOSHIFT, CB BUILT 2.5CUYD BKT, 20.5R25 TIRES@7541 HRS 70% $61,900

Duane Phillips (412) 877-3549 Pittsburgh, PA dphillips@clevelandbrothers.com

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Power Equipment Used & Rental Fleet Quality at Auction Prices Most Machines carry a 6 month / 500 hour powertrain warranty. Komatsu PC200LC-7, #C5188, 2004, 3,750 Hrs, Plumbed, 6 Month/ 500 hrs $61,600

Komatsu D65PX-15, C0397, 2005, 3,490 Hrs, 6 Month/ 500 hrs $77,000

ROLLERS/COMPACTION Ingersoll Rand SD77DX, #C0354, 2004, 1,100 Hrs, Padfoot/Shell Kit ..........................................$$33,000 Ingersoll Rand SD77DX, #C0436, 2005, 1,100 Hrs, Padfoot/Shell Kit ..........................................$$33,000 Hamm 3410, #C0561, 2008, 650 Hrs, 6 Month/500 hrs ................................................................$$66,000 Hamm 3410, #C5504, 2008, 520 Hrs, 6 Month/500 hrs ................................................................$$66,000 Hamm 3410, #C5508, 2008, 950 Hrs, 6 Month/500 hrs ................................................................$$60,500 DOZERS Komatsu D31EX-21A, #C5435, 2007, 300 Hrs, 6 Month/500 hrs..............................................$$38,500 Komatsu D39EX-21A, #C0385, 2005, 2,270 Hrs, 6 Month/500 hrs..............................................$$35,200 Komatsu D39EX-21A, #C0381, 2005, 2,330 Hrs, 6 Month/500 hrs..............................................$$35,200 Komatsu D41EX-6C, #C0497, 2007, 1,000 Hrs ........ ....................................................................$$53,900 Komatsu D61PX-15, #C0392, 2005, 3,870 Hrs, 6 Month/500 hrs..............................................$$71,500 Komatsu D65EX-15, #C5152, 2004, 3,140 Hrs, 6 Month/500 hrs..............................................$$77,000 Komatsu D65EX-15, #C0396, 2005, 4,010 Hrs, 6 Month/500 hrs..............................................$$71,500 Komatsu D65PX-15,C0397, 2005, 3,490 Hrs, 6 Month/500 hrs..............................................$$77,000 Komatsu D155AX-5B, #C0457, 2006, 2,210 Hrs, 6 Month/500 hrs............................................$$231,000 Komatsu D275AX-5, #C0539, 2002, 12,460 Hrs ...... ..................................................................$$209,000 EXCAVATORS Komatsu PC138USLC-2, #C5162, 2004, 2,690 Hrs, 6 Month/500 hrs ..........................................$$46,200 Komatsu PC138USLC-2, #C5163, 2004, 2,790 Hrs, 6 Month/500 hrs ..........................................$$46,200 Komatsu PC200LC-7, #C0226, 2004, 3,170 Hrs, 6 Month/500 hrs..............................................$$61,600 Komatsu PC200LC-7, #C5175-T, 2004, 3,240 Hrs, Thumb, 6 Month/500 hrs ............................$$63,800 Komatsu PC200LC-7, #C5185, 2004, 3,240 Hrs, Plumbed, 6 Month/500 hrs ..........................$$63,800 Komatsu PC200LC-7, #C0261, 2004, 3,600 Hrs, Plumbed, 6 Month/500 hrs ..........................$$61,600

Komatsu PC200LC-7, #C5188, 2004, 3,750 Hrs, Plumbed, 6 Month/500 hrs ..........................$$61,600 Komatsu PC200LC-7, #C0413, 2005, 3,340 Hrs, 6 Month/500 hrs..............................................$$63,800 Komatsu PC220LC-7, #C5196, 2004, 3,700 Hrs, 6 Month/500 hrs..............................................$$70,400 Komatsu PC220LC-7, #C5261-T, 2004, 4,140 Hrs, Thumb, 6 Month/500 hrs ............................$$70,400 Komatsu PC220LC-7, #C5201, 2004, 4,700 Hrs, Long Reach, Bkt., 6 Month/500 hrs ............$$82,500 Komatsu PC300LC-7, #C5205, 2004, 4,990 Hrs, 6 Month/500 hrs..............................................$$82,500 Komatsu PC400LC-6M, #C5304, 2004, 3,540 Hrs, 6 Month/500 hrs..............................................$$99,000 Komatsu PC400LC-6M, #C5303, 2004, 4,090 Hrs, 6 Month/500 hrs..............................................$$99,000 Komatsu PC400LC-7, #C5218, 2004, 4,720 Hrs, 6 Month/500 hrs..............................................$$93,500 Komatsu PC400LC-7, #C5220, 2004, 5,130 Hrs ...... ....................................................................$$88,000 Komatsu PC600LC-8, #BP8614, 2006, 4,500 Hrs, 6 Month/500 hrs............................................$$231,000 EXCAVATORS WITH ATTACHMENTS Komatsu PC300LC-7/GXP500R, #C5207-S/BP8002, 2004, 5,190 Hrs, Genesis Shear ................$$242,000 Komatsu PC300LC-7/GMS700, #C0238-S/BP8506, 2004, 5,350 Hrs, Genesis Shear ................$$242,000 WHEEL LOADER Komatsu WA320-5L, #C0535, 2007, 1,800 Hrs, 6 Month/500 hrs..............................................$$88,000 ARTIC TRUCKS Komatsu HM300-1, #C0353, 2005, 3,990 Hrs, 6 Month/500 hrs............................................$$104,500 Komatsu HM300-1, #C5300, 2005, 5,000 Hrs .......... ....................................................................$$88,000 Komatsu HM300-1, #C5327, 2005, 5,630 Hrs .......... ....................................................................$$82,500 ATTACHMENTS Tramac V1200, #C5486, 2007 ..........................C CALL Tramac V1200, #C5487, 2007 ..........................C CALL Tramac V1600, #C5491, 2007 ..........................C CALL

Call John Noble

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TERRIFIC VALUES ON REMANUFACTURED TRAMAC BREAKERS 6 MONTH WARRANTY INCLUDED

SUBSTANTIAL CREDIT GIVEN FOR YOUR OLD 7,500 FT. LB BREAKER Model Description

Impact Class Year

SC22 Hyd. Breaker 550 ft-lbs 125SX Hyd. Breaker 1,000 ft-lbs V32 Hyd. Breaker 5,000 ft-lbs

Condition

Warranty Price

2007 New 12 Mo. 2003 Fact. Rebuild 6 Mo. 1999 Fact. Rebuild 12 Mo.

Cash for Clunkers Details: Trade in your used 7,500 ft-lb breaker for a credit towards the purchase of the V1600 below V1600 V1600 V1600 V1600 V1600 V46 V65

Hyd. Breaker Hyd. Breaker Hyd. Breaker Hyd. Breaker Hyd. Breaker Hyd. Breaker Hyd. Breaker

7,500 ft-lbs 7,500 ft-lbs 7,500 ft-lbs 7,500 ft-lbs 7,500 ft-lbs 7,500 ft-lbs 15,000 ft-lbs

2003 2004 2004 2005 2006 2005

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6 Mo. 6 Mo. 6 Mo. 12 Mo. 12 Mo. 12 Mo. 6 Mo.

$33,000 $34,000 $35,000 $38,000 $39,000 $46,400 $120,000

6 Mo.

$27,000

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New Manac 87 Cu. Yd. Hardox 450 Steel Dumps, 40'x102"x100" single point susp., barn door, 11R245 tires Starting at $50,950 FET Inc. FOB Current Loc.

New Polar Asphalt Tanks, Aluminum Barrel, 7500 Gallon, Air Ride Suspension, Polished Aluminum Wheels

New Trail King Pneumatic Tanks, 1,000 cu. ft., Air Ride Suspension, Call now for more info! ...................... ........FET Not Included, FOB Current Location $48,500

New East Hardox Steel Dumps 34' x 96" x (66" or 76") - SUPER HEAVY DUTY - Demolition Trailer, Air Ride, Barn Door.

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TRACK TYPE TRACTORS 1993/2009 CAT D10N.................... $590,000 1990 CAT D10N............................ $290,000 1997 CAT D8R...............................$155,000 1996 CAT D8R...............................$169,000 1994 CAT D8N................................ $98,000 1999 CAT D6R XW........................... $98,000 1997 CAT D6R LGP...........................$89,000 1998 CAT D6R LGP...........................$78,000 2003 DEERE 750C LGP..................... $78,000

HYDRAULIC EXCAVATORS 2005 CAT 365CL..............................$365,000 COMPACTION & DIRT PREPARATION 1986 CAT 815B............................. $125,000 (9) 48” & 60” SHEEPSFOOT.... $4,500-$14,500 (5) ROME OFFSET DISKS....... $7,000-$16,000

ATTACHMENTS, PARTS & COMPONENTS SCRAPER TIRES (11) GOOD USED 37.25-35....... $2,000 & UP (6) GOOD USED 33.25-29......... $2,000 & UP REBUILT ENGINES CAT 3408 (631E)................$30,000 + CORE CAT 3406 (826C)................$20,000 + CORE CAT 3406 (D8R).................$20,000 + CORE REBUILT EQUALIZER BARS................. $ CALL CAT D8R RIPPER..................... $25,000 & UP CAT D9R RIPPER..................... $30,000 & UP CAT D10N RIPPER................... $30,000 & UP

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Federal Energy Regulatory Commission to use river currents to spin turbines and make about 20 kilowatts of electricity. Officials said that is not enough to serve an entire city but could supplement an existing power grid. Crear, a member of Free Flow’s board of directors, said a pilot project in Vicksburg “would show the technology works.” A grant should be awarded in March and would pay 75 percent of costs to sink a turbine near a riverside industry, with the company picking up 25 percent. Crear said Free Flow is in talks with two companies with “riverside frontage” for access to the river. The company would expect construction to take six months. “This is unique and exciting technology,” Mayor Paul Winfield said Jan. 4. “Most of us in the city of Vicksburg know that we haven’t uti-

lized our river to its fullest potential. This is an excellent way to do it, through this type of green technology.” Full licensing is expected by 2012 for turbines proposed at 55 sites on the Mississippi south of St. Louis. Two are situated in Warren County, near the Brunswick community and another south of Vicksburg near Davis Island. Crear said turbines would be placed or suspended in the stream below the navigation channel to avoid interference from shipping, with the pilot project to be placed on a floatable mount. Issaquena County has an agreement with Louisiana-based MARMC Enterprises to share power sales from a pair of 5-megawatt turbines proposed in the river near Fitler Bend and Addie. A third turbine developer Hydro Green Energy, plans two turbines on the Tennessee-Tombigbee River after permits secured last year for Vicksburg and Vidalia, La., were surrendered and plans shifted.


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Scott Johnson, worldwide product manager of Caterpillar, says a few words about the Cat D7E in front of a full house.

Caterpillar Delivers Keys to First D7E Track-Type Tractor

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aterpillar presented the keys of the first innovative AC electric drive track-type tractor in the industry to longtime customer, TJ Lambrecht on Dec. 22. The electric drive system developed for track-type tractors gives the D7E an unmatched combination of power, sustainability, control and maneuverability, according to the manufacturer. “Our customers are being challenged to do their work more efficiently with less impact on the environment,” said Caterpillar Group President Doug Oberhelman. “The D7E demonstrates Caterpillar’s commitment to the industry with a machine that does more work and consumes less fuel and parts, providing customers with lower owning and operating costs.” Oberhelman was recently named Caterpillar vice chairman effective Jan. 1. TJ Lambrecht, headquartered in Joliet, Ill., is a heavy, civil, and earthmoving contractor with one of the largest and most current fleets of Caterpillar equipment. “Caterpillar has been a great partner over the years, and we have a solid relationship with our dealers,” said Dan Klingberg, president, TJ Lambrecht. “Case in point was the opportunity to demo the D7E at our O’Hare Modernization Project job site this past summer. We think it’s going to help us mitigate fluctuations in fuel prices, as well as address the growing scope of emissions regulations. Our whole organization is very excited about it.” The Cat C9.3 ACERT diesel engine, rated at 235 net horsepower (175 kW) in the D7E, drives a powerful electrical generator that produces AC (alternating current). Current flows through special armored cables and military-grade connectors to a solid-state inverter, then to the propulsion module. Within the propulsion module are two heavy-duty electric motors (using AC current) that drive through common gearing into the differential steering system. Power from the steering system is transferred via axles to see CATERPILLAR page 68

(L-R) are Jim Gibson, senior account manager of Caterpillar Corporate Accounts; Doug Oberhelman, Caterpillar group president; Dan Klingberg, president, TJ Lambrecht Construction; Jerry Thompson, vice president of operations, TJ Lambrecht Construction; Scott Johnson, Caterpillar worldwide product manager; Doug Reibel, equipment manager, TJ Lambrecht Construction; Ron Julian, equipment manager, TJ Lambrecht Construction; Larry O’Neill, executive general sales manager, Patten Industries; Bill Dears, chief marketing/information officer, Patten Industries; and Mark Hanback, general manager of Caterpillar’s Americas operations division-East Peoria.


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2001 Cat D6MLGP, OROPS, finger tip controls, PAT blade, Strong engine and transmission ..........................................................................$$46,500

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EXCAVATORS 2004 Cat 308C CR, Enclosed cab w/AC. 36" bucket w/ thumb. Steel tracks. Wrist-a-twist, backfill balde....... ............................................................................................................................................................$$38,500 2005 Cat 311CU, EROPS, with A/C and heat, very good undercarriage .............................................$$44,500 2004 Cat 313C CR, Cab w/AC and Heat.. Clean, Straight, Tight .........................................................$$44,500 1992 Cat 320L, Enclosed Cab, Strong Engine, Good Running Machine.............................................$$31,500 2000 Cat 322BL, Cab w/AC, 80% UC, thumb, clean, straight, tight machine.....................................$$63,500 1993 Cat 325L, Cab w/heat, long undercarriage, wide pads, 10'8" stick, 38" bucket w/side ..............$$54,000 1997 Cat 330BL, Enclosed cab w/AC, 54" bucket, coupler, clean, straight, tight machine. Good running machine...............................................................................................................................................$$59,500 1995 Cat 350L, Enclosed Cab w/Heat, Well Maintained .....................................................................$$49,500 1998 Hitachi EX110-5, EROPS with heat, 24” bucket, clean and straight..........................................$$25,500 1998 Hitachi EX120-5, Enclosed cab w/ A/C & heat, 36" bkt w/sidecutters, man. thumb, good........$$35,500 1997 Hitachi EX135 UR, EROPS, heat & A/C, thumb, steel pads.......................................................$$22,500 1998 Hitachi EX160LC, Enclosed Cab w/ AC, thumb .........................................................................$$29,500 2000 Hitachi EX210LCH-5, 51' Long Reach w/ 33" bucket, 32" (wide) pads .....................................$$69,500 1998 Hitachi EX300LC, Enclosed cab with AC, aux plumbing, 48” bkt with side cutters..................$$39,500 2005 Hitachi ZX160LC, Cab w/ A/C, manual thumb, very nice machine ............................................$$65,000 2004 Hitachi ZX200LC, Enclosed Cab w/ A/C, Long U/C, long stick, wide pads, 1 owner, well .........$$89,900 2004 Hitachi ZX270LC, Enclosed Cab with A/C, bucket, coupler and forks, good rubber, aux. hydraulics, work ready machine ............................................................................................................................$$64,500 1996 Hyundai 200LC, EROPS, tight machine, original paint, needs pins, bushings and sprockets in undercarriage ...............................................................................................................................................$$14,500 2005 JCB JS220LC, Enclosed Cab w/AC, Aux Plumbing, 80% U/C, Isuzu Diesel, Very Clean, Straight .................................................................................................................................................$$74,500 1999 Komatsu PC270LC-6, Enclosed cab w/AC and heat, Long stick, good U/C, quick coupler .......$$49,500 2005 Link Belt LBX135, Enclosed cab w/AC, thumb, 9’10” stick, low hrs .........................................$$59,500 2004 Volvo EC210B LC, Cab w/AC, Wide Pads, Clean, Straight, Tight Machine.................................$$64,500

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Kiewit Construction Handles Viaduct Project With Ease Kiewit Construction is well known in the contracting industry nationally for the variety and depth of jobs that it takes on. It has built landmark highways such as the Eisenhower Tunnel through the Colorado Rockies, the Fort McHenry Tunnel beneath Baltimore Harbor and many other projects. Kiewit opened for business in 1884 and is one of the largest employee owned companies in the country. It will celebrate its 125th year in business this year. Kiewit has survived the industry’s ups and downs by adapting and taking on new jobs and pursuing different opportunities. This has led Kiewit to delve into many industries such as transportation, oil and gas, electrical, alternative fuel, marine, water and mining to name a few. The New York Kiewit location is currently working on the Atlantic Avenue viaduct rehabilitation project in Brooklyn. Ryan Jones, equipment superintendent of Kiewit Construction, explained that Kiewit is replacing 87 of the possible 176 elevated steel spans that stretch across approximately half of Atlantic Avenue. This viaduct carries Long Island Rail Road’s (LIRR) Atlantic 1 and 2 tracks connecting Jamaica to downtown Brooklyn. The project consists of mostly putting up steel bridges and then replacing longitudinal

forks, a general purpose bucket, a small 8 frame cork attachment and a lattice boom stick end with a hook. These attachments enable the material handling machine to support the entire yard. The Caterpillar TL1255 telehandler has multiple uses at the site. It is used to extend out to the dock systems that Kiewit built. The prefabricated spans are brought to the yard by the machine where the crews will A Cat TL1255 assists Kiewit with fabrication for the Atlantic Avenue viaduct rehabilitation project.

girders and cap beams. To keep the job organized, Jones needed a telehandler to perform in the fabrication yard a couple of blocks down from the site. He contacted Jim Eyen, his representative from Foley Rents to find a telehandler. Eyen found the telehandler and had it delivered to the job in October. Once it arrived, four different attachments were added to the telehandler: a set of

Ryan Jones (L) of Kiewit Construction and Jim Eyen of Foley Rents, stand with Kiewit’s Cat TL1255 telehandler, a key machine on the Atlantic Avenue viaduct rehabilitation project.

place ties on the new structure. It also supplies all offloading trucks as well as keeping the yard maintained. Kiewit is very happy with the telehandler. “The capacity of the machine and the weight balance are two great features of the TL1255. It is very stable, has added safety and it allows us to have a much quicker production time,” said Jones. Jones also likes the sight lines of the boom. “You can see to the other side of the machine, it has a real good vision area to add to the safe operation of the machine,” Jones said. Eyen was very involved with Jones in every step of the delivery process and made sure that things were kept on schedule. Due to the great follow up and ongoing contact, Jones said he will rent from Foley in the future. He credited Eyen with providing great service, which is a key factor for Kiewit, because it allows the company to meet deadlines and keep jobs moving. Celebrating 125 successful years in business is no small feat, and looking to the future Kiewit is ready to handle whatever comes their way. This story was reprinted from Foley PayDirt, Spring 2009 issue.

Corps Awards $53M for Picayune Strand Restoration Work The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, Jacksonville District, reached a historic milestone in Everglades restoration with a construction contract award for the Picayune Strand Restoration Project in Collier County. The $53 million project is the first federally funded construction project of the Comprehensive Everglades Restoration Plan. The contract award includes nearly $40 million provided by the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act that allows full funding of the project, accelerates the construction schedule, and helps create much-needed jobs in southwestern Florida. The Corps awarded the contract to Harry Pepper and Associates, Jacksonville, Fla., to construct a pump station, plug 13.5 mi. (21.7 km) of canals, and remove 95 mi. (153 km) of crumbling roads. Construction will start in December and take about three years to complete. “This is a huge advance for Everglades restoration. We’re moving into a period of intense construction activity around the ecosystem,” said Jacksonville District commander, Col. Al Pantano. “This project, when combined with the contributions already made by the state of Florida, will show the positive effects of restored hydrology in a fairly short amount of time. This is another great example of federal, state and local entities working together to accomplish

more than any one could achieve on its own.” The Picayune Strand project area includes 55,000 acres of native Florida wetlands and uplands located between Alligator Alley (Interstate 75) and the Tamiami Trail (U.S. 41) in the southwestern corner of the state. The land was formerly a privately owned subdivision called Southern Golden Gate Estates. Decades ago, canal excavation and road construction disrupted the natural water flow and over-drained the area, which led to reduced aquifer recharge, greatly increased freshwater discharges to southern estuaries, and increased invasion of upland and nonnative vegetation. All of this caused the loss of ecological connectivity and habitat expanses sufficient to support the endangered Florida panther and other wildlife. In 1974, Collier County commissioned the first study to determine how to reverse the impacts of the failed development. “Picayune Strand is a crown jewel of the Comprehensive Everglades Restoration Plan,” said Paul Souza, field supervisor of the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service’s South Florida Office. “Four decades ago, this area was slated to become a suburb of Naples. But today, because of leadership shown by our Everglades partnership, we’re one step closer to achieving its restoration potential. This latest step by the Corps underscores our federal commitment and sets the future of

the Picayune Strand in motion. Our endangered Florida panther and many other species will benefit.” The project area is almost entirely surrounded by public lands including the Florida Panther National Wildlife Refuge, Fakahatchee Strand Preserve State Park, Everglades National Park, Big Cypress National Preserve, Ten Thousand Islands National Wildlife Refuge, Rookery Bay National Estuarine Research Reserve, Collier-Seminole State Park and the Picayune Strand State Forest. In the 1980s, the Florida Department of Environmental Protection began land acquisition that ultimately cost about $250 million. To expedite restoration, the South Florida Water Management District (SFWMD) moved ahead with an effort to plug the northern 7 mi. (11 km) of the Prairie Canal, remove about 200 mi. (322 km) of roadways adjacent to the canal, and clear exotic plant species from the canal banks. This work was completed in 2006. The SFWMD also moved forward with much of the design effort and completed construction on one of four phases of road removal. “It is extremely gratifying to see Picayune Strand restoration continue forward with this construction contract,” said Ken Ammon, SFWMD deputy executive director, Everglades Restoration and Capital Projects. “With the state-federal partnership strength-

ened by new federal funding, we’re going to see real benefits to South Florida’s ecosystem.” “This project now focuses on the Merritt Canal area. With the future award of two additional contracts beyond the Merritt Canal contract, we’ll virtually complete the restoration of Picayune Strand,” Pantano said. The Merritt Canal project includes several project features, including installing 55 plugs in 13.5 mi. of the canal which was originally dug to provide flood protection for the abandoned Golden Gate Estates residential project. Corps contractors will build an 810-cu.-ft.-per-second pump station and spreader canal that will allow natural resource and water managers to direct fresh water to drained wetlands, as well as to maintain flood protection on land outside the project area. Ninety-five miles of crumbling roads and management of non-native vegetation will be removed to further enhance restoration efforts. The project will restore fresh water wetlands, and will improve estuarine water quality by increasing groundwater recharge and reducing large and unnatural freshwater inflows. To complete Picayune Strand restoration under CERP, the Corps will award two additional contracts. For more information, visit www.evergladesplan.com.


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2004 GENIE GS1930, SCISSOR LIFT-15-19' DC, S/N GS300465147, UNIT #509416........................................$3,800 2003 GENIE GS2632, SCISSOR LIFT-26' DC-30-32", S/N GS320350321, UNIT #460069 ................................$4,125 2004 SKYJACK SJIII-3226, SCISSOR LIFT-26' DC-30-32", S/N 272214, UNIT #515905 ..................................................$5,371 2004 JLG 2646ES, SCISSOR LIFT-25-26' DC-46-68", S/N 0200122777, UNIT #516754 ..........................................$6,050 2005 SKYJACK SJIII-4632, SCISSOR LIFT-30-34' DC-46-69", S/N 711485, UNIT #541377..........................................$11,192

2004 MULTIQUIP MRH800GS, W/B ROLLER-SMOOTH-DD1500# 26", S/N M3646, UNIT #509442 ..........................$3,806 2005 WACKER RT56-SC, W/B ROLLER-PADFOOT-3000#, S/N 5569442, UNIT #565640 ................................................$9,201 2005 WACKER RT82-SC, W/B ROLLER-PADFOOT-3000#, S/N 5549433, UNIT #548636................................................$10,042 2005 IR SD45D-COMBO, R/O ROLLER-VIB-SD 5T 54” S/N 182289, UNIT #555319..................................................$23,866 2005 IR SD70D, R/O ROLLER-VIB-SD 8T 66” S/N 182142, UNIT #557622 ..............................................................$32,404

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2005 DAEWOO G25E-NM, IND FORKLIFT-5000 LB, S/N GA00397, UNIT #551736..............................................$10,795 2004 DAEWOO D35S, IND FORKLIFT-8000-9000 LB, S/N FZ00026, UNIT #513074 ..............................................$16,548 2004 GEHL RS5, RCH FORKLIFT-6000 LB 20-34', S/N RS5JV0311221, UNIT#494403 ....................................$20,670 2005 TEREX TX55-19, RCH FORKLIFT-FXD-5000 LB 18-24', S/N TX551911553, UNIT #552263 ..............................$21,413 2003 JLG G9-43A, RCH FORKLIFT-9,000 LB 35-45', S/N 0160002173, UNIT #473963..................................$23,963 2004 GEHL RS6, RCH FORKLIFT-6000 LB 35-39',S/N RS6JV0213064, UNIT #489226....................................$24,335 2004 LULL 644E-42, RCH FORKLIFT-6000 LB 40-45', S/N 0160003168, UNIT #484162 ........................................$25,350 2002 LULL 844C-42, RCH FORKLIFT-8000 LB 35-45', S/N 16161, UNIT #412448 ..................................................$27,264 2004 SKYTRAK 10054, RCH FORKLIFT-10000 LB 40-55, S/N 0160004344, UNIT #508084 ........................................$47,501

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Bobcat Tractor/Trailer Set, 1:50 Scale ............................................................$80

All New in Box Allis-Chalmers HD41 Crawler Dozer, 1:25 Scale ..............................................................$190 Allis-Chalmers HD21 Dozer/Ripper, 1:50 Scale ..................................................................$80 Bantam C-35 Crawler Backhoe, 1:50 Scale ........................................................................$70 Bell B40D Articulated Truck, 1:50 Scale..............................................................................$50 Bobcat A300 Wheel Loader, 1:25 Scale ..............................................................................$55 Bobcat S175 Skid Steer Loader, 1:50 Scale ........................................................................$18 Bobcat M610 Golden 50th Anniversary Skid Steer Loaer ..................................................$50 Bobcat Tractor/Trailer Set, 1:50 Scale ................................................................................$80 Caterpillar No. 12 Motor Grader, 1:87 Scale ......................................................................$25 Caterpillar 140H Motor Grader w/ripper & scarifier, 1:50 Scale ........................................$40 Caterpillar CS-563 Soil Compactor, 1:87 Scale ..................................................................$25 Caterpillar 825 Soil Compactor, 1:50 Scale ........................................................................$35 Caterpillar 420E Backhoe/Loader, 1:50 Scale ....................................................................$45 Caterpillar D6K XL Track Type Tractor, 1:50 Scale..............................................................$45 Caterpillar D10T Track Type Tractor, 1:50 Scale ................................................................$75 Caterpillar D11R Track Type Tractor, 1:50 Scale ................................................................$45 Caterpillar D11T Track Type Tractor, 1:50 Scale ................................................................$70 Caterpillar 950H Wheel Loader, 1:50 Scale ........................................................................$45 Caterpillar 980G Wheel Loader, 1:50 Scale ........................................................................$35 Caterpillar 992 Wheel Loader, 1:50 Scale ..........................................................................$50 Caterpillar 994F Wheel Loader, 1:50 Scale ........................................................................$95 Caterpillar 226B2 Skid Steer Loader w/tools, 1:32 Scale ..................................................$30 Caterpillar CB-534D XW Asphalt Compactor, 1:50 Scale....................................................$40 Caterpillar D5G XL Track Type Tractor, 1:50 Scale ............................................................$55 Caterpillar D8R Track Type Tractor, 1:50 Scale ..................................................................$40 Caterpillar Vintage Twenty Tractor w/metal tracks, 1:16 Scale..........................................$70 Caterpillar 302.5 Mini-Excavator, 1:32 Scale......................................................................$30 Caterpillar 320C Excavator, 1:50 Scale ..............................................................................$35 Caterpillar 330D L Excavator, 1:50 Scale............................................................................$70 Caterpillar 511 OB Excavator, 1:50 Scale............................................................................$65 Caterpillar 247B2 Multi-Terrain Loader, 1:32 Scale ..........................................................$30 Caterpillar 432E Side Shift Backhoe Loader, 1:50 Scale ....................................................$40 Caterpillar 365C L Front Shovel, 1:50 w/metal tracks............................................................$70 Caterpillar 963D Track Loader, 1:50 Scale ..............................................................................$45 Caterpillar 977 Traxcavator, 1:50 Scale ..............................................................................$35 Caterpillar 611 Motor Scraper in display case, 1:64 Scale ................................................$25 Caterpillar 623G Elevating Motor Scraper, 1:50 Scale ......................................................$45 Caterpillar 725D Articulated Truck, 1:50 Scale ..................................................................$30 Caterpillar 775E Off-Highway Truck in display case, 1:64 Scale........................................$25 Caterpillar 777D Off-Highway Truck, 1:50 Scale ................................................................$40

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Mississippi River to Be Tested for Use as New Hydroelectric Energy Source VICKSBURG, Miss. (AP) Vicksburg and Warren County officials have endorsed a project to test whether the waters of the Mississippi River can be used to produce hydroelectric power. Free Flow Power Corp., based in Gloucester, Mass., has proposed sinking energy-generating turbines in the river near Vicksburg. It has applied for a $750,000 grant from the Mississippi Development Authority (MDA). The Vicksburg Post said the company is not seeking financial support from local governments as part of the MDA application. Robert Crear, a retired brigadier general with the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, told city and county officials that the company was open to talking about selling portions of electricity to local governments, preferably later in the federal permitting process. Free Flow is one of two turbine developers that have applied to the

Federal Energy Regulatory Commission to use river currents to spin turbines and make about 20 kilowatts of electricity. Officials said that is not enough to serve an entire city but could supplement an existing power grid. Crear, a member of Free Flow’s board of directors, said a pilot project in Vicksburg “would show the technology works.” A grant should be awarded in March and would pay 75 percent of costs to sink a turbine near a riverside industry, with the company picking up 25 percent. Crear said Free Flow is in talks with two companies with “riverside frontage” for access to the river. The company would expect construction to take six months. “This is unique and exciting technology,” Mayor Paul Winfield said Jan. 4. “Most of us in the city of Vicksburg know that we haven’t uti-

lized our river to its fullest potential. This is an excellent way to do it, through this type of green technology.” Full licensing is expected by 2012 for turbines proposed at 55 sites on the Mississippi south of St. Louis. Two are situated in Warren County, near the Brunswick community and another south of Vicksburg near Davis Island. Crear said turbines would be placed or suspended in the stream below the navigation channel to avoid interference from shipping, with the pilot project to be placed on a floatable mount. Issaquena County has an agreement with Louisiana-based MARMC Enterprises to share power sales from a pair of 5-megawatt turbines proposed in the river near Fitler Bend and Addie. A third turbine developer Hydro Green Energy, plans two turbines on the Tennessee-Tombigbee River after permits secured last year for Vicksburg and Vidalia, La., were surrendered and plans shifted.


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Economists Debate Federal Incentives for Homebuyers HOUSING from page 1

from a year ago and recorded its lowest annual rate in six years, according to the Census Bureau. News of pending home sales also is mixed. According to the National Association of Realtors, pending sales fell dramatically in November — a record 16 percent — from October, though pending sales are up substantially from a year ago. That is to say, compared to an admittedly dismal sales period in 2008, pending home sales in November were relatively brisk. Meanwhile, actual new home sales in November unexpectedly fell 11 percent from October, ending 9 percent below November 2008, the U.S. Commerce Department reported. Ironically, the November sales plunge was attributed in part to government assistance. When Congress extended the tax credit for new homebuyers and expanded it to include relocating homebuyers, a good many people shopping for a house decided to wait before signing any mortgage papers. Consequently, sales were lower for the period than they might have been had the credit not been extended. Timing is everything in a volatile market. Government’s Role in a Rebound Some of the current debate on sparking a housing turnaround is about the positive and adverse effects of federal intervention in the market. For obvious reasons, realtors and homebuilders associations supported extension of the tax credit incentive. The economist Crowe called the credit “an important ingredient” in any recovery recipe. Switching metaphors, he added that it is not “a silver bullet. We are so far down we need lots of bullets.” Cameron Findlay, chief economist of Lending Tree LLC, is another advocate of the tax credit. Findlay believes the credit generally has been a plus. “The tax credit did help stabilize things for those that are entering the market. The extension actually is being very helpful,” Findlay said, ”but there is a limit to how much it can help.” He noted that if someone is buying a house in a state where home prices are relatively low, $8,000 is a significant factor in the decision to buy. “But where prices are much higher, $8,000 is not a big deal. It is not a big deal in California.” On the other hand, Dr. Ronald D. Utt, an economics research fellow of The Heritage Foundation, is not especially enamored of the tax credit. Utt believes it to be an artificial stimulant of little long-term value and

debatable short-term impact. “The credit was an awfully expensive way to get a little bit of improvement on a month-by-month basis,” he said. “It didn’t really get anything started. For the most part, the tax credit was a tremendous waste of money.” The original and extended credits are expected to cost some $19 billion in tax revenue by the time the second one expires in April. The effectiveness of federal cash infusions is disputed. The money has not produced anything resembling a turnaround in homebuilding, and deficits spawned by the tax credit and other interventions are mounting. There’s no doubt the recession — and the homebuilding collapse that helped trigger it — are of historical proportions. Yet interventionist policies of the White House and Congress have been extraordinary as well. Payback from the programs has not met stated expectations. The highest profile tool pushed by Washington last year was the $787 billion stimulus bill passed with the intent of spurring recovery quickly by pouring money into “shovel-ready” projects and stabilizing state and local governments that otherwise might have laid off teachers and other public employees. Yet in November, overall joblessness was at 10 percent and most of the stimulus money passed in great urgency hadn’t been spent. While November’s residential construction loss of 3,200 jobs was the smallest monthly decline in some time, construction unemployment overall rose to 19.4 percent in November from October’s 18.7 percent. Unfazed, Congress is expected this month to enact a second, if smaller, stimulus package. Not everyone thinks that’s a good idea. “The biggest thing confronting the economy right now and challenging the turnaround in housing is a lengthy process of deleveraging,” Utt said. “Two years ago, homes became almost unaffordable for the average American. So people went to exotic financing and too much leveraging of resources just to become a homeowner. People simply took on too much debt and now are trying to pay down the debt, or are defaulting, to get their level of debt back to more or less affordable levels. “Instead of a stimulus package that threw money around here and there and propped up this and that, if you had done an acrossthe-board tax cut last February much of the money saved would have been used to pay down debt,” the Heritage Foundation researcher said. “De-leveraging would have happened much quicker. Consumer debt has fallen some from its peak, but the ratio of debt to income still is very high.” Utt believes a tax cut to induce further

debt reduction remains a good idea. “It’s not too late, but Congress and the president instead are calling for a second stimulus. They are repeating the mistakes of last February.” The Case for Intervention Duane Musser has a different view of stimulus efforts. Musser is vice president of government relations of the National Roofing Contractors Association. He is lobbying to include two tax rebate programs in the latest congressional jobs bill. Colloquially termed “cash for caulkers,” the Home Star and Building Star programs will reward homeowners and commercial property owners that retrofit buildings with energy efficient materials. Musser said Building Star — for commercial, institutional and multi-family buildings — would put 300,000 people to work on roofs. The cost? About $8 billion. The home retrofit rebate program would cost another $23 billion. “Congress obviously is going to be restrained by deficits,” Musser acknowledges, but his association members urgently need to find work and he believes the roofing updates are an effective way to do so. “Our members in residential repair haven’t been hit as hard as those in new residential construction. On the commercial side, new construction in most areas has come almost to a standstill and retrofit work is also being hurt substantially. I don’t know if I would go so far as to say our members are despairing, but most are pretty close to despair.” The various federal interventions initiated by the Federal Reserve, the White House, the Treasury Department and various congressional leaders have, by design, disrupted the housing market. Had the market been left entirely alone, corrections in housing supply and demand obviously would have come about more quickly — and painfully. Undercapitalized or overextended companies, homeowners and lending institutions simply would have been allowed to fail while hardier survivors moved ahead. However, social and political sensibilities in this country aren’t prepared to have government sit idly by in the face of such a collapse. Furthermore, LendingTree’s Findlay pointed out, as a practical matter such unregulated correction would devastate the general economy. “It would destroy the tax base and add to unemployment,” he said. In his opinion, Washington is properly trying to find a balance that will restore market stability. The difficulty comes in having to constantly stay “in front of the curve” and correctly antici-

pate the impact of decisions. It hasn’t always worked out. “There have been a few missteps along the way,” Findlay conceded. Still Fumbling for Answers Crowe, the Home Builders chief economist, cited one misstep: foreclosure policy. “The thing the government is trying to do and not having very much success at is to forestall foreclosures,” he noted. “I am not real optimistic that they have figured out what they should do. If we could stop those homes from flooding the market, the underlying pent-up demands for housing would lead us out of this.” A $75 billion foreclosure program created by the Obama administration subsidizes qualified homeowners so they can modify their mortgage payments to a payable level. Some 4 million distressed homeowners were expected to benefit from the program over the next three years. However, far fewer homeowners have qualified than were expected to qualify. Foreclosure numbers indeed are discouraging. Some 2 million homes are targeted for foreclosure this year and another 600,000 homeowners are 90 days or more late in their payments, or are delinquent, and also are expected to face foreclosure, according to Findlay. If the 2.6 million homes “flood” the market, it will forestall new home construction. Yet Findlay sees a silver lining in the foreclosure statistics. He noted that the ratio of delinquencies and foreclosures, a leading indicator, is looking more favorable. “Delinquencies are continuing to rise but foreclosures are not rising. That means banks are not able to foreclose fast enough or are choosing not to foreclose, letting the consumer stay longer in the house.” Such forbearance by banks, for whatever reason, could mean fewer foreclosures than expected. Unfettered supply and demand forces generally characterize an organic marketplace. In good years and bad, inorganic mechanisms, such as interest rate-setting, influence housing market decisions but only in a general way. In the current market, the intervening mechanisms are more focused and manipulative, such as the recurring tax credits and mortgage subsidies to prevent foreclosures. The direct intervention is not unprecedented but the scope of it seems to be. In some cases, the mechanisms are artificially skewing outcomes. “I don’t think we are at the point anyone see HOUSING page 75


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Miss. Installs Underground Weight Measurement System By Danny Barrett Jr. VICKSBURG POST

VICKSBURG, Miss. (AP) Scales on Mississippi highways in seven counties will be replaced this year with underground weight-measuring systems expected to streamline weigh-ins for longer trucks. Updates are sorely needed because scales in place for more than 20 years, such as those near Bovina on each side of Interstate 20 in Warren County, are too short to measure rigs up to 53 ft. (85 m) long, according to the Mississippi Department of Transportation. “The new platforms are longer — allowing the entire truck to be weighed,” said Willie Huff, director of MDOT Law Enforcement. “The old ones do that but are shorter, causing some verbal instruction from the officer to the driver about moving the truck a little back or forward.” As with the old scales, the new sensors will be under the paved ramps running beside the scale office. The upgrades to install new sensors over about six more feet (1.8 m) of ramp were set to begin in January, along with new sensors for the agency’s prepass system, which works like a toll tag system to allow drivers with permits in good standing to keep on trucking past the scales

with telemetry logging their data. the better-designed in the state,” Marshall Marshall said. “It tends to follow what the Companies recognized by the agency said, much of the underground system now economy’s doing.” who use pre-pass still may be pulled over in place features parts that aren’t manufacMDOT statistics show 1,033,169 trucks randomly as part of a pre-set percentage in tured anymore. Backups are common on the passed the Bovina scales, about 50,000 the computer-run system to check for proper shoulder of the road due to extra instruction fewer than the 1,086,546 in 2008. Pre-pass paperwork, fuel, registration and utilization was up last year, as weight to ensure quality, Huff 563,855 bypassed a weigh-in said. “The new platforms are longer — allowing versus 434,117 in 2008. More Meridian-based Webster operating permits were issued Electric Company plans to start the entire truck to be weighed. The old ones to truckers from the office last work in February. Other scales to year, 1,999 versus 1,193 in be addressed in the overall $3.6 do that but are shorter, causing some verbal 2008. Both increases are likely million project include those instruction from the officer to the driver about due to 111 more hours of operalong Interstate 10 in Hancock ation per month in 2009, a and Jackson counties, Interstate moving the truck a little back or forward.” total which varies each year 59 in Pearl River County, depending on the agency’s Interstate 55 in DeSoto County, Wi l l i e H u ff budget. U.S. 78 in DeSoto and Itawamba MDOT Law Enforcement MDOT counties and U.S. 72 in statewide staff of 206 monitors Tishomingo County. All are weight of commercial vehicles expected to be complete by June 30. to drivers, according to MDOT. on all interstate highways in Mississippi and Traffic near the Bovina scales shouldn’t “Bovina and Meridian are probably the on highways without scales. It also has the be affected when construction begins, as two highest in the state for truck volume,” authority to make arrests for more serious MDOT officials will direct trucks to the sta- Marshall said. violations of the law, including offenses tion’s large parking area behind the office Fewer trucks passed the scales in fiscal involving illegal narcotics on trucks deemed and another parking area a few mi. away on 2009 than in 2008 due to the economy, said suspicious during checks, due to a move by the eastbound side, MDOT Law Marshall, who ran his own trucking business the Legislature in 2004 to allow the agency Enforcement deputy director Joe Marshall for about 25 years before going to work for to access information like a trucking compasaid. the state. ny’s status to operate in the state. Ten officers Despite its current scales being “one of “It’s the first time in my 14 years here,” are assigned to Bovina, Huff said.


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Doosan Infracore Portable Power Appoints New Dealer Doosan Infracore Portable Power has appointed Air Compressor Sales of Macon, Ga., as an authorized dealer of its Ingersoll Rand-branded line of portable air compressors, mobile generators, light compaction equipment and lighting systems for central Georgia. Air Compressor Sales has been a fullservice dealer of compressed air solutions for the commercial, industrial and construction segments for 45 years. The company provides new sales, rental, parts and service of both portable and stationary air compressors, from small reciprocating air compressors to large industrial compressors. With the addition of the entire portfolio from Doosan Infracore Portable Power, Air Compressor Sales now offers the full line of Ingersoll Rand-branded portable air compressors from 90 to 1,600 cfm, the entire line of

mobile generators from 25 to 570 kVa, as well as light towers, rammers, walk-behind plate compactors and rollers. “Air Compressor Sales offers compressors up to 20,000 cfm, and adding the Ingersoll Rand brand fits together nicely into our line,” said Greg Parker, sales manager of Air Compressor Sales. “We have been looking for more products that we can provide to our current customers, and we are pleased to be able to offer all products from Doosan Infracore Portable Power.” “Our legacy in compressed air solutions matches that of Air Compressor Sales,” said Rita Moore, director of sales, North America, for Doosan Infracore Portable Power. “They are seen as experts as are we, which makes this partnership a great fit.” For more information, visit www.doosanportablepower.com.

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Florida Paving Company Expands Into Mining Business Tough economic times haven’t stopped Don (Rick) Mancil Jr. and Myra Smith from jumping into the material business. In August 2009, the pair took over ownership of the Vero Rock Mine, located in Vero Beach, Fla. “In this economy, you must diversify, and this was the perfect direction for us to go. The location, quality and need drew us to Vero Rock Mine,” said Smith, Vero Rock Mine vice president. “The demand for good quality DOT base rock is high. We know excavation, so it was a good fit,” Smith added. Mancil and Smith, who both completed training for MSHA when they took over the mine, have practical experience from years in the dirt/rock business, Smith said. “One of the things we do is operate borrow pits, supplying fill. We have one active pit now, but we have had numerous others that are completed,” Mancil said. Digging on the 80 acre site is done by a John Deere 450CLC excavator. The company has permits to go 50 ft. (15 m) deep and will terrace it down to get the full depth. Currently working on 40 of the 80 acres, the pit is dewatered and the water is used to irrigate the surrounding orange groves. When the project is done, an 80-acre lake will be on the site. The material in the pit is in layers: the first 4 to 5 ft. (1.2 to 1.5 m) is fill material and rip rap, the next 6 to 7 ft. (1.8 to 2.1 m) is beach sand, followed by 6 ft. of coquina rock, then more sand and more coquina. The materials removed from the pit will include DOT certified base rock, beach compatible sand, #1 see PAVING page 32

(L-R) are Jennifer Darnell, loader operator; Georges Ruch, customer service advisor of Nortrax; Myra Smith, Vero Rock Mine vice president; Rick Mancil, Vero Rock Mine president; and Ron Poltorak, Nortrax sales representative

A John Deere 644J moves sand from the screening machine to a stockpile.

The Road Runner screening machine produces sand and rip rap.


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Deeres Help Contractor Open Mine in Vero Beach, Fla. PAVING from page 31

general fill, stabilizer, rip rap and shell rock. Some products are unprocessed while other products are washed, crushed, screened and sorted by size. “We have 80,000 tons of DOT rock on the ground and ready to go,” said Mancil, Vero Rock Mine president. The DOT certified rock has an LBR of 135+. Eventually the pit will produce approximately 250,000 tons (226,796 t) per year. In additional to the John Deere 450 CLC excavator, Vero Rock Mine also has a John Deere 644J loader to load trucks and move material around the site. “We like John Deere equipment,” Mancil said. “John Deere has been around a long time. It’s a good name and maintains its value. I’ve had John Deere equipment for 15 years and it has always been dependable. Our Nortrax dealership provides us the support we need, both under warranty and out. Their parts department is top notch. They are easy to work with, have good service and good pricing.” A Komatsu excavator is used to feed the screening machine and a Pioneer Screen-It Road Runner does the screening. It produces three materials now; more screens will be added as the business grows. A leased KPI-JCI FastTrax Crusher is new to the site and produces the DOT certified material. A KPI-JCI FastTrax Crusher, purchased from Kelly Tractor Co., is new to the site and produces the DOT certified material.

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A John Deere 700J dozer equipped with a Topcon GPS system.

Making Work Easier, More Profitable With Machine Control By Lori Lovely CEG CORRESPONDENT

Traditionally, construction sites were manually staked, with three workers pulling strings, verifying grades by walking the area and operating equipment. Construction companies hired equipment operators who had a lot of experience — the kind of guys who “run machines for a living,” said Chuck Harris, president of Benchmark Tool & Supply. Now, however, the focus is on technology, which allows companies to do the same work with fewer people — in particular, less experienced people. As a distributor of machine control equipment, Benchmark Tool & Supply, based in Raleigh, N.C., contributes to that phenomenon. GPS and machine control “make

an average operator very good,” Harris said, repeating a familiar adage. But the biggest advantage of machine control equipment is increased productivity with less manpower and machinery. Catering to the survey, construction and engineering markets, Benchmark is one of North Carolina’s major suppliers of the industry’s best products, including some of the biggest names such as Topcon. Harris is particularly proud of three popular Topcon models: 3D GPS, the “standard” of the industry; the new 3D MC2 that helps dozers grade three to four times faster; and the 3D Millimeter, which guarantees millimeter accuracy and is especially well-suited for highways, airports and areas with tight tolerances.

Highway Help Harris explained that Benchmark employees meet with clients to determine their needs and help them decide the best model for them. For Benchmark customer Blythe Construction in Charlotte, N.C., the choice was easy. Because the 50-year-old company interchanges equipment with its parent company, survey department manager Steve Brumbelow said they wanted to standardize all equipment to make things easier. Hubbard, in Orlando, Fla., already used Topcon, so the decision was made for Blythe. Blythe may not have had a lot of input in the decision-making process, but Brumbelow said they’re pleased with Topcon equipment for a number of reasons. The company, which specializes in

heavy highway work, has used GPS machine control since 2001. “But since we got the Millimeter, we’re really glad we’re Topcon,” said Brumbelow. Blythe currently runs the 3D Millimeter and GPS on two graders and has the 3D MC2 on four dozers. Harris revealed that the company is “aggressive with buying more. We have six machines with GPS machine control now and plan to add three systems a year. We’ll invest $250,000 a year.” Brumbelow likes to use it for data preparations and troubleshooting. Before they switched to Topcon, one grader and dozer ran an older system. “It was complicated to prepare files and set up a base station,” Brumbelow recalled. “You needed a computer

programmer degree to run it.” Although he considers the Topcon system intuitive and easy to learn, he points out that “behind the scenes is more complicated because you have to reverse-engineer paper plans to a 3D model.” “If there are any problems with the plan in the modeling process, they can translate to big problems on the jobsite. Everything shuts down while you make a decision how to fix a problem,” said Brumbelow. Fortunately, with Topcon, he said they’re able to handle 80 percent of issues behind the scenes before they go to a job site. “Catching those things before we get to the job avoids change orders and issues with the crew.” What pleases him is that “things are exactly like the plan shows. see BENCHMARK page 38


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The South Carolina State Department of Transportation received bids for transportation-related improvement projects. Following is a list of some of the projects let. These results are from bid tabulations, which are not final results and are subject to change. Counties: Abbeville, McCormick S.C. File Nos.: 1.101001R1, 33.101001R1. Project: 2010 secondary resurfacing. Distance: 7.08 mi. Contractors and Bid Amounts: • Satterfield Construction Co. Inc., Greenwood, S.C. — $1,245,120. Completion Date: July 31, 2010. County: Aiken S.C. File Nos.: 02.038409C, 02.038455. Project: 2009 Federal Aid resurfacing. Distance: 11.01 mi. Contractors and Bid Amounts: • Satterfield Construction Co. Inc., Greenwood, S.C. — $2,858,087. • Reeves Construction Co., Macon, Ga. — $3,090,615.

• Beam’s Contracting Inc., Beech Island, S.C. — $3,139,925. Completion Date: Sept. 30, 2010.

Distance: 5.91 mi. Contractors and Bid Amounts: • Satterfield Construction Co. Inc., Greenwood, S.C. — $1,177,671. • REA Contracting LLC, Charlotte, N.C. — $1,221,238. • Reeves Construction Co., Macon, Ga. — $1,367,992. • CBG Inc., Gaston, S.C. — $1,437,631. Completion Date: June 30, 2010.

Counties: Allendale, Bamberg, Hampton S.C. File Nos.: 03.038448C, 03.038494, 05.038495, 25.038453C, 25.038499. Project: 2009 Federal Aid resurfacing. Distance: 18.39 mi. Contractors and Bid Amounts: • REA Contracting LLC, Charlotte, N.C. — $3,052,111. Completion Date: Aug. 31, 2010.

Counties: Beaufort, Colleton, Jasper S.C. File Nos.: 07.101001R1, 15.101001R1, 27.101001R1. Project: 2010 secondary resurfacing. Distance: 9.55 mi. Contractors and Bid Amounts: • REA Contracting LLC, Charlotte, N.C. — $2,066,744. • APAC-Southeast Inc., Savannah, Ga. — $2,610,998. Completion Date: Aug. 31, 2010.

County: Barnwell S.C. File Nos.: 06.038450C, 06.038496. Project: 2009 Federal Aid resurfacing.

County: Calhoun S.C. File Nos.: 09.038451C, 09.038497.

Project: 2009 Federal Aid resurfacing. Distance: 7.19 mi. Contractors and Bid Amounts: • REA Contracting LLC, Charlotte, N.C. — $1,196,163. • C.R. Jackson Inc., Columbia, S.C. — $1,212,164. • Sloan Construction Co. Inc., Duncan, S.C. — $1,273,577. • CBG Inc., Gaston, S.C. — $1,373,122. Completion Date: July 31, 2010. Counties: Clarendon, Orangeburg S.C. File Nos.: 14.038320, 38.038454C, 38.038500. Project: 2009 Federal Aid resurfacing. Distance: 23.24 mi. Contractors and Bid Amounts: • REA Contracting LLC, Charlotte, N.C. — $4,522,213. • C.R. Jackson Inc., Columbia, S.C. — $4,620,146. • Sloan Construction Co. Inc., Duncan, S.C. — $4,655,787. Completion Date: Aug. 31, 2010.


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Eye in the Sky Keeps Close Watch on Job Sites, Bottom Line

Chuck Harris, co-owner of Benchmark said that the Topcon GPS systems can make “an average operator very good.” BENCHMARK from page 34

We’re within plus or minus onehalf-inch with GPS and we get plus or minus one-quarter-inch accuracy with the Millimeter.” Other benefits of using machine control systems include the ability to do jobs faster with fewer people. “Depending on the application, we can get up to a 50 percent increase in production.” A design-build job Blythe is working on in Monroe, N.C., is a good example. Crews are converting 11 mi. (17.7 km) of roadway from two-lane to a divided four-lane. At this interview, Brumbelow expected them to finish in November, which would have been three months ahead of schedule. That kind of efficiency rate means better profits. “We bid some jobs using our regular production rates, but now that we’re using the Millimeter, we’re doing the work for half the cost. When the competition is bidding for less than cost,” Brumbelow said, “this keeps us in the game.” Brumbelow explained that not only are smaller crew sizes more cost effective, but using fewer people to pull string lines and grade lines is also a safety issue. “Before, we used to stake every 50 feet. We had three guys on the ground pulling strings and measuring. Now, we stake every 200 feet. There’s one guy on the grader or

Phillip Mathis (L) and Chuck Harris, co-owners of Benchmark Tool & Supply are impressed with the Topcon GPS systems they’ve started using.

roller. Nobody’s on the ground pulling strings.” It was on another 11-mi. divided highway project they did three years ago in Denver, N.C., where they proved to themselves, the Department of Transportation and another contractor just how valuable Topcon’s system can be. The project was built in two phases: mass grading and then bridges and storm drains. Brumbelow said they averaged 50 percent production increases in paving and fine grading. Implementing Quality Control and Quality Assurance programs to record grades proved to the DOT the level of accuracy they obtained. Brumbelow summed it up in a few words: “less stakes, less labor-intensive. The DOT was satisfied.” Profiting From Production The other contractor on that Denver job was Propst Construction Co., Concord, N.C. The 75-year-old company focuses on soil stabilization, dirt work and utility work — predominantly storm water and sewer. Eight years ago they worked on the first stakeless job in N.C., a project to widen I-77 out of Charlotte. At that time, they had a different system. But the demonstration on the Blythe Construction job in Denver changed things. “We were comparing tools,” said Jason Cuneo, superintendent

of stabilization, grading and reclamation. “We looked at ours and at Topcon. Both were close, but Topcon had a little more equipment on the market.” Because they were impressed by what Blythe showed them Topcon could do and because they do a lot of work with Blythe, they opted to go with Topcon. “We like to have the same system because it dips into our pocketbook if we have to build our own models,” Cuneo added. Interchanging machinery is easy because all Topcon systems are backwards and forwards compatible, with free software upgrades. In March, Propst installed Topcon 3D Millimeter on a motorgrader for fine grading work. Cuneo expects it to pay for itself before the year is out. Harris said “identifying the return on investment is a hard number, but it’s quick. It’s quick because it eliminates excess manpower. Since there’s no need to verify grade, three guys are freed up to work on other tasks. It also reduces fuel consumption because fewer passes are needed.” “It’s worked out well,” Cuneo stated. “It pushes up production.” Since they started using the Millimeter, Propst has been able to cut two employees – string line pullers – and even a surveyor. “We did a finish grading job for Hinkle Chemical Co. that was totally GPS. We surveyed it ourselves and

Phillip Mathis, co-owner of Benchmark Tool & Supply.

put it back on grade. We didn’t have to pay a surveyor.” The ability to cut crew costs and gain production in a day has made Propst more competitive on bidding jobs, including jobs for the DOT, which “still does stake work.” But Cuneo said they download the grades and email them to the DOT. “That way, there’s nothing to hide, nothing to cheat, no doubt. We’re going off the same points on the job.” It also helps on private jobs by storing data, he added. That kind of reliability has been an unexpected asset. Explaining the time limits they work with because Portland cement must get graded within four hours, he recalls that “other companies’ electronics would go out halfway through a job,” compromising the work. On-Call Reliability Both Cuneo and Brumbelow reported that Benchmark provides dependable support, although neither has had many issues. When problems do arise, Benchmark offers onsite service technicians, although Harris noted that service calls are not common. “Mostly, we get phone calls.” “We don’t call Benchmark much, but they always have an answer,” Brumbelow interjected, adding that they even share input for the benefit of Benchmark’s other customers. The biggest hur-

dle he’s had to overcome is trusting that the machine does what it says it will, although he said it doesn’t take long to overcome that hurdle. Operators like it, Harris contended. “The plans and grade are on the screen in front of them so they don’t have to depend on anyone in order to do their work.” By way of example typical of the kind of reception the system gets, Cuneo mentioned a couple of his grader operators. The 25-year-old “loves it.” The 56-year-old “still likes the manual, but he admits this is easier, with less troubleshooting.” They also like the fact that one person can set it up. Scheduling in-house classes makes training convenient and easy. Propst scheduled a one-day training session with Benchmark. “It was easy,” Cuneo recalled. “Our guys had it down in two hours.” They’ve been so pleased with the results — reduced equipment costs and better efficiency — that Cuneo said Propst is looking at more systems for the grader and other machines. “We’re looking at a long-term investment. At nearly $200,000, it’s not cheap — but it’s worth it.” (This story also can be found on Construction Equipment Guide’s Web site at www.constructionequipmentguide.com.) CEG


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Roadtec’s new SmoothMill digital automation is designed specifically for milling.

Roadtec now offers enhanced and improved grade and slope control automation for its RX-500, RX-700, and RX-900 cold planers. Roadtec SmoothMill is an automation system designed solely for cold planers. The optional system features integrated connections and cabling, two dual control boxes for ground personnel, each capable of controlling both sides of the machine, and also provides the operator (driver) with a separate control box, to increase ease of use and reliability. Ease of use comes from being able to now simply plug controls into sockets conveniently located on the outside of the machine, and from combining right- and left-hand side controls into

one box. Reliability has been increased by routing cables through protected areas rather than having them exposed at the outside. Control box and connector locations have been optimized for best performance and ground personnel ease of use. Two dual (right and left side) control boxes are supplied, one on each side of the machine. This allows ground personnel to easily control both sides from either side of the machine, depending upon conditions, without having to move boxes. The driving operator now also has his own automation controls atop the machine, the ground boxes being slaved to the operator’s controls. Eric Baker, Roadtec marketing man-

ager said, “up until now the industry has sort of adapted paver automation and stuck them on cold planers. With SmoothMill Roadtec now offers its customers an automation package designed around a milling machine.” Roadtec SmoothMill digital automation system features waterproof MOBA components. Automation greatly enhances smoothness of the milled surface and adherence to specifications by automatically adjusting the depth of cut depending upon pre-set requirements, according to the manufacturer. Roadtec manufactures cold planers, pavers, Shuttle Buggy MTV’s and soil stabilizers in Chattanooga, Tenn.

Vision Pavers Offer Vögele Features in Smaller Package The tracked Vision 5100-2 asphalt paver is 18 ft. 2-in. (5.5 m) long, and with the standard E-Z IV screed, permits 8 to 15 ft. (2.4 to 4.6 m) of paving width, at a weight of 34,050 lbs. (15,445 kg). The wheeled Vision 5103-2 asphalt paver, similarly equipped with E-Z IV screed, is 19 ft. 9-in. (6 m) long, at a weight of 32,849 lbs. (14,900 kg). Either configuration gives contractors the ability to tackle large highway jobs, suburban streets and heavy commercial projects, with optimum smoothness, productivity and economy, according to the manufacturer. “‘Quiet, cool and full of fuel’, was our operating mantra in designing the 5100-2 and 5103-2,” said Brodie Hutchins, general manager, Vögele America Inc., Chambersburg, Pa. “It sums up

what the 8-ft. machines needed to be. We kept them quiet, with cooler operating temperatures, but with a large fuel capacity, because most 8-ft. machines don’t carry enough fuel to go through an entire day of paving.” “Bigger is better” was not the case here, Hutchins said. “Our objective was to figure out how to put all the technology improvements of the 10-ft. machine into an 8-ft., smaller package for the customer,” he said. “We designed in ErgoPlus technology, with its ease of operation and integrated leveling system. It’s exactly the same system as with the 10-ft. [Vision 5200-2 and 5203-2] pavers. Many of the maintenance-free features of the 10-ft. machines have been brought over to the 8-ft. machines. Most important, we kept all of the operator

comfort features. For example, the operator’s station can extend out beyond the edge of the machine, so they get the same visibility they do

on the 10-ft. machines.” In addition, fuel tank capacities are larger for greater daily productivity.

The tracked Vision 5100-2 asphalt paver is 18 ft. 2 in. (5.5 m) long, and with the standard E-Z IV screed, permits 8 to 15 ft. (2.4 to 4.6 m) of paving width, at a weight of 34,050 lbs. (15,445 kg).

“For the 10-ft. machines, it’s 106 gallons, and for the 8-ft. machines it’s 60 gallons,” Hutchins said. “That will be enough to take a customer through a 10-hour shift. Also, noise levels, operating temperatures and fuel capacities all are major issues for the 8-ft. paver market, and we’ve solved those problems with the 5100-2 and 5103-2 pavers.” The Vision 5100-2’s independent auger and conveyor drive are equipped with four sensors. The outer center conveyor drive has narrow center chain guards. There is better feeding under the auger box for reduced center line segregation, and the pavers have standard hopper wall thicknesses and functional hydraulic apron. For more information, call 615/501-0600 or visit www.wirtgenamerica.com.


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The Worldwide Leader in Concrete Paving Technology

ADM’s 1,000th plant sits outside the Huntertown, Ind., factory.

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After 35 years of business, Asphalt Drum Mixers Inc. (ADM) received an order to build its 1,000th asphalt plant. ADM’s Huntertown, Ind., factory built the plant, and to celebrate this milestone, the company held an open house at its facility on Oct. 21, 2009. When the company started in 1974, it employed 11 people in a 10,000-sq.-ft. factory. Since then, the operation has expanded to 60 employees and moved to its third production facility, which now covers 60,000 sq. ft. Mike Devine (L), president of ADM, stands with Wayne “Today, our asphalt Boyd, CEO. plants incorporate the latest parallel-flow and counter-flow technolo- duces between 110 and 350 tph (100 and 317 gies,” said Mike Devine, president of ADM. t), and the Milemaker, which produces “Innovations such as these, and our ability to between 160 and 425 tph (145 and 385 t). ADM also manufactures a line of compomeet new industry challenges, have kept us nents for use with its line of asphalt plants as going strong over the first 1,000 plants…and well as similar competitive models. will continue to drive us for the next 1,000.” A family-owned company since 1974, The 1,000th plant is an SPL series, which Asphalt Drum Mixers Inc. offers asphalt represents one of ADM’s three asphalt plant plants, auxiliary equipment, parts and servdesigns. The SPL is capable of producing ice. between 60 and 160 tons (54 and 145 t) per For more information, call 260/637-5729 hour, depending on the configuration. Also or visit www.admasphaltplants.com. available are the Roadbuilder, which pro-


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Bullet Proof Introducing the new and improved Dynapac CA250/260 Series II rollers The Series II replaces the CA250/260 models and will be as reliable and “Bullet Proof” as their predecessors! Improved Features Include: - Serviceability - The new hood design provides accessibility to “every point of the engine” - Additional noise reduction - Rear view visibility - Sleeker design These are only a few of the reasons why Dynapac’s service philosophy will keep your uptime up. Want to know more? We’re at your service at dynapac.com.

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BRIGGS CONSTRUCTION EQUIPMENT Raleigh, NC 800.849.5954 Greensboro, NC 800.953.4751 Asheville, NC 800.948.4861 Greenville, NC 800.849.5956 Wilmington, NC 800.849.3611 FLINT EQUIPMENT Albany, GA 229.888.1212 Perry, FL 850.584.9200 Tallahassee, FL 850.575.5600 Anyor, SC 843.358.5688 Simpsonville, SC 864.963.5835 W. Columbia, SC 803.794.9340

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Zanetis Unveils Updated Series of Milling Attachments for Backhoes

Zanetis Power Attachments has released an updated series of self powered milling attachments for loader backhoes.

Zanetis Power Attachments has released an updated series of self powered milling attachments for loader backhoes. This attachment is ideal for milling asphalt prior to overlay, cutting utility trenches and performing in place recycling or stabilization of road base and soil. The attachment is completely self contained with its own engine and hydraulic system, which eliminates any power requirements from the loader backhoe. The RoadHogs are powered by John Deere PowerTech 76 hp (56.6 kW) turbocharged Tier III compliant 4 cylinder diesel engines. The units, available in 30 and 40 cutting widths, feature an 8 in. (20 cm) cutting depth capability. The cutting drum can be sideshifted hydraulically to the operator’s right side for cutting shoulders or against curbs. The unit also is equipped with hydraulic tilt (slope) control for matching grade or making bevel cuts. Other options include an assortment of cutting drums and a 40 gal. (151 L) pressurized water system for dust control. In addition, they feature a wireless remote controller that activates engine functions as well as hydraulic tilt, depth and sideshift control of the drum, backed up by a master instrument control panel. The unit is attached to the loader in place of the bucket using a pin on style or quick attach style brackets, increasing loader versatility within the owner’s fleet. This attachment is well suited for municipalities as well as paving and utility contractors, as it has a much lower cost than dedicated milling machines and delivers higher horsepower than skid steer based planers, according to the manufacturer. The Zanetis Group has more than 60 years of combined experience in the design, manufacture and distribution of milling attachments, with distributors in the United States and abroad, including Europe and the Pacific Rim.

Bomag Cold Planer Millers Offer High Horsepower Featuring high horsepower-perhydraulically foldable discharge cutting-tooth ratios, the BM conveyor, each planer can easily be 2000/50 and BM 2000/60 cold transported to and from the job site. planer milling machines from For fast maintenance in the field, Bomag are designed to remove the BM 2000/50 and BM 2000/60 damaged or deteriorated asphalt feature quick-change cutting teeth surfaces from highways, streets and and holders. Maintenance is further parking lots. Easily transportable simplified by an onboard computer and delivering high production, system, complete with graphic both units offer a 79-in. (200 cm) LCD readout that monitors and cutting width to remove a half lane controls machine functions. This of road surface in one pass. system continuously informs the Both planers are powered by operator of the machine’s working fuel-efficient EPA Tier III complicondition and can be used to check ant Deutz water-cooled diesel the status of scheduled mainteengines. The BM 2000/50 features nance requirements with the press a 469-hp. (349 kW) engine that of a button. delivers a horsepower-per-cuttingOther standard equipment on the tooth ratio of 2.8 and maximum Featuring high horsepower-per-cutting-tooth ratios, the BM 2000/50 and BM 2000/60 cold planer BM 2000/50 includes a large machines from Bomag are designed to remove damaged or deteriorated asphalt surfaces capacity 713-gal. (2,699 L) water working speed of 112 ft. (34 m) per milling from highways, streets and parking lots. minute. tank and 211-gal. (799 L) fuel tank. The 590-hp. (440 kW) engine on The BM 2000/60 has an 872-gal. the BM 2000/60 provides a horsepower-per- tight job locations. Two working speeds with in the appropriate grade, and a microproces- (3,300 L) water tank and fuel tank with a cutting-tooth ratio of 3.5 with a maximum automatic power regulator optimize travel sor automatically cuts to the desired depth as capacity of 317 gal. (1,200 L) to allow it moves along the asphalt surface. working speed of 98 fpm. (30 mpm). Both speed. longer periods of operation. For optimal consistency while working A centrally located operator’s station models are capable of milling depths up to A hydraulically folding operator’s station over changing grades and slopes, the milling offers job site visibility while dual grade and canopy, complete with front and rear wind12.6 in. (32 cm). Each machine comes standard with four- depth can be controlled using the INTEL- slope controls allow simple and safe opera- screens, is optional. track steering, providing added maneuver- PLANER automatic depth control system. tion from either side of the machine or from For more information, call 800/782-6624 ability in commercial applications and other INTEL-PLANER allows the operator to dial ground level. Due to a front-loading, or visit www.gobomag.com/planers.


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POMPANO BEACH PARTS Pompano Beach, FL 33064 954-977-9541 MELBOURNE PARTS West Melbourne, FL 32904 321-729-8944 NEW TAMPA Lutz, FL 33559 813-995-0841 DAYTONA PARTS Holly Hill, FL 32117 386-252-4121

www.staffordequipment.com Columbia, SC 803/796-4060 Raleigh, NC 919/657-0070 Charlotte, NC 704/333-0786 Douglas, GA 912/384-4400 Tifton, GA 229/382-4400 Valdosta, GA 229/247-4495


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STAFFORD www.staffordequipment.com Raleigh, NC 27607 919/657-0070 Charlotte, NC 28206 704/333-0786 Columbia, SC 29169 803/796-4060 Atlanta, GA 30045 770/822-9050 Tifton, GA 31793 229/382-4400 Douglas, GA 31533 912/384-4400 Valdosta, GA 31602 229/247-4495

Command performance Introducing the HYPAC C766D: Better Control, Higher Performance With its new sliding/swivel seat and controls, the HYPAC C766D gives you better command over big paving jobs. The new operatorâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s station features outstanding visibility from either side without having to switch seats and joystick controls that automatically reverse for natural left/right, forward/back operation. In addition to improved operator comfort and control, the new C766D offers: tMwide drums for big paving jobs. t WQN GSFRVFODZ GPS CFUUFS TNPPUIFS GBTUFS DPNQBDUJPO t$VNNJOT 5JFS  FOHJOF XJUI &$0NPEF GPS  JNQSPWFE fuel economy during pause. t-BSHF TJOHMF IPPE BOE IJOHFE TQSJOHMPBEFE TDSBQFS CBST for easy maintenance. For detailed specs and full list of features and beneďŹ ts on the C766D and the 78M C778D, visit www.hypac.com

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JAMES RIVER EQUIPMENT INC.

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Flint Equipment Company 450 Edge Road Villa Rica, GA 30180 678/941-1100

101 Bruce Road Asheville, NC 28806 828/667-0176

Ashland, VA 23005 804/798-6001 Burkeville, VA 23922 434/767-5578 Chester, VA 23831 804/748-9324 Fishersville, VA 22939 540/337-3057 Fredericksburg, VA 22408 540/373-2778 Salem, VA 24153 540/380-2011 Manassas Park VA 20111 703/631-8500 South Hill, VA 434/447-1325 Danville VA 24540 434/822-6110 Richmond VA 23220 840/358-6776 Winchester, VA 22602 540/667-9777 Charlotte, NC 28269 704/597-0211 800/532-6797 Greensboro, NC 27409 336/668-2762 800/632-0376 Wilkesboro, NC 28697 336/973-8201 800/422-4193 Mt. Gilead, NC 27306 910/439-5653 800/692-9175 Asheboro, NC 27203 336/625-2212 Salisbury, NC 28144 704/636-2571 Matthews NC, 28104 704/821-7399 Rock Hill SC 29730 803/325-1555 866/277-8119


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Contact your LeeBoy Dealer ARROW EQUIPMENT PO Box 21185 Greensboro, NC 27420 336/294-2326 1233 Bluff Road Columbia, SC 29201 803/765-2040

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VT LeeBoy, Inc. • 500 Lincoln County Parkway Ext. • Lincolnton, N.C. 28092 • 704.966.3300 • www.leeboy.com


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Hyundai Forklift Division Appoints New Sales Manager Hyundai Construction Equipment, U.S.A. Inc. has appointed Chuck Leone as national sales manager for the forklift division and will be based out of Hyundai Construction Equipment’s corporate office in Elk Grove Village, Ill. Leone will be responsible for Hyundai’s forklift businesses in the Americas. Prior to joining Hyundai, Leone was vice president of sales and marketing for Jungheinrich Forklift Corporation. As a member of Jungheinrich’s executive team, Leone had responsibility for all sales and marketing initiatives as well as dealer development activities. Additional responsibilities included product training and dealer support activities. The culmination of all these supports activities was a very effective working relationship with the dealer organization. Leone also spent many years with Nissan Forklift Corporation as its vice president of sales and marketing where he had sales and marketing responsibilities for all the Americas. For more information,visit www.hceusa.com.


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Vermeer Southeast Sales & Ser v i c e , I n c .

Boynton Beach, FL 1060 West Industrial Avenue Boynton Beach, FL 33462 561-742-7400 • Fax: 561-742-7448 Clearwater, FL 12785 N 44th St. Clearwater, FL 33762 727-299-9207 • Fax: 727-299-0166

Ft. Myers, FL 2231 Flint Dr. Ft. Myers, FL 33916 941-337-5900 • Fax: 941-337-5901 Jacksonville, FL 11550 Philips Hwy. Jacksonville, FL 32256 904-262-4400 • Fax: 904-262-0619 Orlando, FL 4559 Old Winter Garden Rd. Orlando, FL 32811 407-295-2020 • F a x : 4 0 7 - 2 9 3 - 8 0 8 7 Miami, FL 13301 S.W. 131st Str. Miami, FL 33186-5816 305-234-4556 • Fax: 305-234-5561 Pensacola, FL 6691 Mobile Highway Pensacola, FL 32526 850-944-8110 • Fax: 850-944-8166 Tallahassee, FL 31767 Blue Star Hwy Midway, FL 32343 850-575-1556 • F a x : 8 5 0 - 5 7 5 - 5 7 1 8 Marietta, GA 1320 Gresham Rd. Marietta, GA 30062 770-973-8811 • F a x : 7 7 0 - 9 7 3 - 7 8 2 9 Savannah, GA 411B Telfair Rd. Savannah, GA 31415 912-238-1300 • Fax: 912-238-1003 Birmingham, AL 2950 Pinson Valley Parkway Birmingham, AL 35217 205-841-9895 • Fax: 205-841-9841 Decatur, AL 314 Beltline Rd Decatur, AL 35601 256-341-0700 • Fax: 256-341-0773

Vermeer Puerto Rico

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Vermeer of Texas-Louisiana

8272 Rushing Road Denham Springs, LA 70726 225-665-7900 • Fax: 225-665-7979

G & S Equipment Co., Inc.

124 Hwy 82 west Prattville, AL 36067 334-365-5192 • Fax: 334-365-5199 6007 University Blvd Cottondale (Tuscaloosa), AL 35453 205-556-3333 • Fax: 205-556-9229

2209 Hwy 280 Alexander City, AL 35010 256-329-7777 • Fax: 256-329-7718


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Compact size, big possibilities. If you’re looking for a great value in a lightweight, agile, and powerful skid steer, look no further. Like their big brother, Deere 313 and 315 Skid Steers deliver best-in-class stability, visibility, and serviceability. These easy-to-transport dynamos are perfect in tight spaces. Equip one with any of the many Worksite Pro™ attachments, and watch productivity take off. Give us a call and we’ll set up a demo, pronto!

www.johndeere.com INDUSTRIAL TRACTOR CO. Jacksonville, FL 32245 904/296-5000 Lake City, FL 32055 386/752-9544 356 N. Hwy 17 Palatka, FL 32177 386/325-6268 Brunswick, GA 31521 912/264-6161 Savannah, GA 31412 912/964-7370 Ladson, SC 29456 843/572-0400

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FLINT EQUIPMENT COMPANY 1206 Blaylock St, West Columbia, SC 29169 P.O. Box 3329 803/794-9340 Albany, GA 31706 Aynor, SC 29511 229/888-1212 843/358-5688 Fax: 229/435-3612 101 Bruce Road Cuthbert GA Asheville, NC 28806 229/732-2631 Phone: 828-667-0176 Dothan, AL Fax: 828-667-4865 334/794-8691 Troy, AL 334/566-4181 Perry, FL 850/584-9200 Tallahassee, FL 850/575-5600

STAFFORD www.staffordequipment.com Tifton, GA 31794 229/382-4400 800/255-4401 Douglas, GA 31533 912/384-4400 800/559-4019 Valdosta, GA 31602 229/247-4495 800/283-2576

R.W. MOORE EQUIPMENT CO. www.rwmoore.com Main Office Raleigh, NC 919/772-2121 Ahoskie, NC 252/332-5550 Fayetteville, NC 910/424-1200 New Bern, NC 252/638-5838 Greenville, NC 252/758-4403 Wilmington, NC 910/675-9211


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Jensen Construction Builds Road to Connect Interstate 530 to U.S. 278 CONTACT YOUR LOCAL JOHN DEERE SKID STEER LOADER DEALER NELSON TRACTOR COMPANY, INC. Blairsville, GA 30514 706/745-2148

METRAC Atlanta, GA 30336 404/691-9445 Braselton, GA 30517 770/965-1889 Adairsville, GA 30103 770/773-9857

JAMES RIVER EQUIPMENT, INC. Ashland, VA 23005 804/358-6776 Burkeville, VA 23922 434/767-5578 Fishersville, VA 540/337-3057 Wilkesboro, NC 28697 336/973-8201 800/422-4193 Asheboro, NC 27203 336/625-2212 Salisbury, NC 28144 704/636-2571 Matthews, NC 28104 704/821-7399 Rock Hill, SC 29730 803/325-1555 866/277-8119

AHTD from page 1

of the road, a 4.5-mi. (7.2 km) stretch between Wilmar and I-35. The most visible part of the connector, the I-530/I-69 Interchange in Pine Bluff, is slated to cost $25 million. The contract for grading and structures for the interchange is being led by Jensen Construction, a heavy and highway contractor based out of Des Moines, Iowa. Work on this portion of the project began in the summer of 2007 and is scheduled for completion in late 2010. “With the wettest season ever still hanging on that could obviously be delayed since this is a new location job that includes a lot of dirt work,” said Bolick. The interchange entails construction of four connector bridges with a total length of 3,770 ft. (1,149 m). According to Phil Brand, head of the Bridge Division for AHTD, three of the four bridges in the interchange are horizontally curved, continuous steel plate girder bridges supported by either one or two column piers with driven piling foundations.

Photo courtesy of Jensen Construction Company

The interchange entails construction of four connector bridges with a total length of 3,770 ft. (1,149 m).

“The shoulder widths on the inside radius of these bridges was increased to 13 feet in order to meet sight distance requirements,” said Brand. The fourth bridge is a tangent, continuous steel W-beam unit, supported by two column piers with driven piling

Photo courtesy of Jensen Construction Company

The Arkansas State Highway and Transportation Department (AHTD) is in the midst of constructing a 38.5-mi. (61.9 km) road designed to connect Interstate 530 in Pine Bluff to U.S. 278 in Wilmar.

foundation. According to Ernie Westfall, AHTD District Two construction engineer, equipment on this section of the project includes American Cranes models 999, 7250, 5299, 5300 and 9260, a Pileco D19-42 pile hammer, a Link Belt 2800 trackhoe, a Skytrak 8042 lift, a Komatsu D41P dozer, Cat dozers models D4H, D6M, D6E, and D7G, John Deere 6030 tractors, Cat 130G motorgrader, a Cat CS-433C roller, a Tampo RP28 roller and a Bidwell finisher. Westfall said there are up to 30 bridge workers and 15 grading workers currently working on the project. The interstate is planned to stretch 3,000 mi.(4,828 km), connecting Canada and Mexico, and is estimated to cost around $22 billion. The proposed highway has been divided into 21 sections, which are in various stages of planning, design and construction. A portion, 185 mi. (297 km) is planned for construction through Arkansas and is estimated to cost $2.5 billion. The idea for I-69 initiated in 1991 and plans for the connector came about eight years later when former Congressman Jay Dickey landed $100 million in federal funds for the state. Along with the interchange at I-530, a segment near the Pinebergen community is under construction and two other planned segments are not yet in progress. (This story also can be found on Construction Equipment Guide’s Web site at www.constructionequipmentguide.com.) CEG


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Skanska Commits $50,000 to the United Nations to Aid Haiti’s Earthquake Victims Skanska, a leading provider of construction and construction management services, announced it has made a $50,000 monetary donation to the United Nations to be used for its disaster relief efforts in Haiti. The United Nations, through the United Nations Foundation, the Central Emergency Response Fund and other

U.N.-affiliated organizations, is utilizing donations to provide rapid response and relief to victims of the earthquake in Haiti. “We are glad that Skanska’s worldwide organization was able to quickly put this donation together,” said Mike McNally, president and CEO of Skanska USA.

“We know that this donation can only do so much in an area where the need is so great, but we know that if every company of our size does this, perhaps it ends up making a great difference,” McNally added. Donations to support the U.N.’s relief effort can be made at www.un.org.

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January 27, 2010 – MEETING. Monthly AGC Membership Breakfast Meeting for all members from 7 to 7:45 A.M. - First Floor Assembly Room, Construction Training School, 6301 Knox industrial drive, St. Louis, MO. Cost is $15.00 per person exclusive to AGC of St. Louis members only. Questions, please contact Kathy Givens at 314/4803172. January 31, 2010 – CLUB MEMBERSHIP. AGC CLUB of St. Louis, MO. The AGC of St. Louis is proud to invite you to become a member of one of the most prestigious groups in the St. Louis commercial construction industry. Fro questions, contact Len Toenjes at 314/781-2356. January 13-15, 2010 – EXPO ‘10. AG CONNECT Expo - Preview Day January 12, 2010 (by special admission), Orlando, FL. AG CONNECT Expo provides a world-class international forum for agriculture industry professionals to share global agricultural ideas and management trends. For information please call 800-867-6060. February 7-10, 2010 – SHOW. THE RENTAL SHOW returns to Orlando, FL at the Orange County Convention Center. The show will be in the North-South building, which is where the 2006 Show was held. Exhibitors and Rental Store Attendees can call 800-334-2177. February 9-10, 2010 – EXPO. Pittsburgh Construction EXPO to be held at the Monroeville Convention Center, Monroeville, PA. For ticket and further information, please contact Sheila Kirby (800523-2200) or Bob Buckley (800-992-7116) at Construction Equipment Guide, Ft. Washington, PA. February 24-25, 2010 – EXPO. Chicago, IL Construction Expo to be held at the Schaumburg Convention Center, Schaumburg, IL. For tickets and further information please contact Sheila Kirby (800-523-2200) or Bob Buckley (800-992-7116) at Construction Equipment Guide, Fort Washington, PA. February 27 to March 3, 2010 – International Hardware Fair. International Hardware Fair Cologne 2010, Cologne, Germany. For more information regarding this event contact Chris Beavers, Koelnmesse, Inc. at 773-326-9928. March 9-10, 2010 – EXPO. Philadelphia Construction EXPO to be held at the Greater Philadelphia Expo Center, Oaks, PA. For ticket and further information, please contact Sheila Kirby (800523-2200) or Bob Buckley (800-992-7116) at Construction Equipment Guide, Ft. Washington, PA. March 17-20, 2010 – CONVENTION ‘10. Mark your calendar! AGC’s 91st Annual Convention will be held at the Marriott Orlando World Center in Orlando, FL. More information will be posted as soon as it is available. March 18-19, 2010 – EXPO. Midwest Construction Expo to be held at the Minneapolis Convention Center, Minneapolis, MN. For tickets and further information please contact Sheila Kirby (800-523-2200) or Bob Buckley (800-992-7116) at Construction Equipment Guide, Fort Washington, PA. June 1-5, 2010 – EXPO. ConExpo Russia 2010, Crocus International Exhibition Center, Moscow, Russia. ConExpo Russia is a new construction exhibition supported by the Russian government, Russian contractor groups, and the manufacturers who exhibit. It is the gathering place of the construction, utility and forestry industries in Russia and surrounding states, featuring the latest in equipment technologies and education. The Russian construction industry is booming. With continued growth potential and infrastructure projects in the nonresidential construction, forestry and utility industries, companies are looking to the Russian market to expand their enterprise. For more information visit: www.conexporussia.com and email: info@conexporussia.com and phone: 800-867-6060. March 22-26, 2011 – EXPO. CONEXPO-CON/AGG, Las Vegas, Nevada, U.S.A. CONEXPO-CON/AGG will be the world’s largest international gathering place in 2011 for the construction and construction materials industries, showcasing the latest equipment, services and technologies. For more information, visit: www.conexpoconagg.com; Email: info@conexpoconagg.com or phone: 800-867-6060. March 22-26, 2011 – International Exposition. Las Vegas, Nevada, U.S.A. IFPE 2011 - the International Exposition for Power Transmission is the leading international exposition and technical conference for hydraulic, pneumatic, electrical and mechanical power transmission components, systems and controls. For information visit: www.ifpe.com; E-mail: info@ifpe.com or phone 800-867-6060.


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Atlanta, GA 540 Hosea Road Lawrenceville, GA 30045 Toll Free: 866/358-3299 Phone: 770/822-9050

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Snapfinger Road Widened to Four-Lane Divided Roadway SNAPFINGER from page 1

year. The contract includes grading, drainage and resurfacing work as well as the reconstruction of the bridge over Snapfinger Creek. Additionally, an intersection video detection system, which allows traffic signals to communicate with each other, will be installed. When the project, which is scheduled to be complete in May 2012, is finished, Snapfinger Road will be widened to a fourlane divided roadway with a 20-ft. (6 m) raised median and 4-ft. (120 cm) bike lanes. Additional turn lanes will be constructed as part of this contract, and there will be improvements to existing traffic signals. James “Mickey” McGee, district construction engineer for GDOT’s District 7, also confirmed that there will be “an additional signal at Thompson Mill Road.” Currently, relocation of utilities is ongoing. “Due to the consistent rain in the last two months, utility workers have been unable to move their poles,” stated GDOT’s Project Update. Workers are waiting for the ground to firm up enough to maintain the poles in addition to being able to support the equipment needed to perform the work. Vegetation has been cleared on the project site, and storm drains have been installed in various locations throughout the project. Furthermore, work continues on grading and the construction of retaining walls. The bridge over Snapfinger Creek is “50 percent” complete,” said McGee. “We are just adding approximately 12 feet to the existing bridge.” The bridge’s superstructure is concrete and reinforced steel, and it has an aluminum handrail. Louie Pittman, Pittman Construction’s chairman of the board, described the equipment that the company has on the job site as “Cats, Komatsus, and John Deeres” and dozers and rubber-tired loaders. Specifically, there are Cat motorgraders, Komatsu articu-

Vegetation has been cleared on the project site, sometimes revealing a bit of history like this sign for the Golden Glide Skateport that had been hidden in the woods for decades.

lated dump trucks and a Roadtec milling machine. Pittman explained that the company self performs most of the work on the contract and uses subcontractors for “specialty work like guardrails and striping.” This stretch of Snapfinger Road is a highly residential area with many driveways along the corridor. Also, there are small commercial developments at each end of the project. The biggest challenges on this project so far have been a result of communication issues with nearby residents and busi-

nesses or due to weather-related conditions. McGee confirmed, “Communicating with the local residents along the route and utility relocations” have been challenging. When finished, the project will improve the safety and operation of the roadway, which serves as a major route to Interstate 20, especially for the residential developments. The improvements also will ease traffic congestion in the area. In his 2009 State of the County Address, W. Burrell Ellis Jr., DeKalb chief executive

The Georgia Department of Transportation awarded Pittman Construction Co., Conyers, Ga., the $10.1-million contract to widen Snapfinger Road beginning at Flat Shoals Parkway and extending to Wesley Chapel Road.

officer, explained the significance of the infrastructure improvements occurring in DeKalb County, including the Snapfinger widening project that began this year: “These projects represent tens of millions of federal, state and local dollars in infrastructure investments in DeKalb’s transportation system.” (This story also can be found on Construction Equipment Guide’s Web site at www.constructionequipmentguide.com.) CEG

Preliminary work on the 2 mi. (3.2 km) long project began January 2009, and relocation of utilities began in spring of this year.


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You think it. We’ll help you do it. Introducing the Hyundai 9 Series Excavator

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FORESTRY 21, LLC Lafayette, AL 334/864-7250 PITTMAN TRACTOR CO. INC. Daphne, AL 251/621-3555

FLORIDA

M.D. MOODY & SONS, INC. Fort Myers, FL 239/334-1060 U.S. SHORING & EQUIPMENT CO. Orlando, FL 407/888-0754 Tampa, FL ARKANSAS 813/662-3723 EQUIPMENT RESOURCE Pompano Beach, FL MANAGEMENT INC. 954/974-1128 North Little Rock, AR 501/223-8604 Jacksonville, FL 904/693-3404

GEORGIA

GROVE RIVER Richmond Hill, GA 912/756-7854 STAFFORD Tifton, GA 229/382-4400 Douglas, GA 912/384-4400 Valdosta, GA 229/247-4495

LOUISIANA

STATE MACHINERY AND EQUIPMENT Kenner, LA 504/464-0431 FOUR SEASONS EQUIPMENT OF LA Sulphur, LA 337/626-6000

MISSISSIPPI

MID SOUTH MACHINERY Gulfport, MS 228/867-1555 Jackson, MS 601/948-6740 Tupelo, MS 662/690-6553

N O RT H CAROLINA

STAFFORD Charlotte, NC 704/333-0786 ROB'S HYDRAULIC INC. Grimesland, NC 252/752-1500

TENNESSEE

DIAMOND EQUIPMENT La Vergne, TN 615/641-1100

VIRGINIA

STAFFORD Ashland, VA 804/798-4500


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Industrial Tractor Co. Inc. 904-296-5000 2006 Cat D4GXL, 1049 hours...................$69,000 2004 Cat D6RXLII, 4551 hours.................$155,000 2004 Cat D8RII, 3406 hours.................$369,300 1998 Cat D8R, 16,600 hours..............$143,000 Ransome CAT Call Tom Rosser 215-245-2749 or Joe Villa 215-245-3729 2003 Deere 750C, LGP, PAT blade, open ROPS, screen, sweeps, hang in rake, good condition, 4560............$64,000. 2004 Deere 700H, LGP, cab with A/C, 132’’ PAT blade, 30’’ pads, sweeps, screens, new hang on rake, good ocndition, 5244 hours..................$62,000. Industrial Tractor Co. Inc. 904-296-5000 2001 John Deere 700H, 30” pads, lube rails, 132” 6-way blade, limb risers, rear & side screens, excellent factory warranty, 1500 hrs...........$121,000 Industrial Tractor Co. Inc. 843/572-0400

1997 John Deere 550G, LGP, open ROPS, PAT blade, new paint, average condition, 6724 hours...................$25,000 Industrial Tractor Co. Inc. 904-296-5000

EXCAVATORS Hydraulic Excavators 2007 Takeuchi TB1140, s/n 51400893, 32,000 #, 18’ dig depth, cab, heat, A/C, quick attach, bucjet, 885 hours.......... ....................................$97,500. 2007 Mustang ME3803ZT, s/n AE02237, 7700#, 11’ dig depth, cab, heat, A/C, counterweight, bucket, 681 hours........$34,995.

Call Erik Star Equipment 800-791-9318 NH Construction Equipment New & Used Parts & Service Modern Equipment Sales & Rental 800-445-4381 2007 John Deere 120C, #17395, 28’’ pads, cab with A/C, 9’11’’ arm, aux. hyd., 36’’ Helac bucket, very good condition, 1099 hours ..........$76.900.

Mini Excavators 2005 Deere 50D, 36’’ bucket, rubber tracks, push blade, very good condition, 1040 hours ..............................$32,000. Industrial Tractor Co. Inc. 904-296-5000 NH Construction Equipment New & Used Parts & Service Modern Equipment Sales & Rental 800-445-4381 Sell Your Bobcat to Us We Buy Used Bobcat Equipment Loader Services & Equipment 205/320-1000

FORESTRY EQUIPMENT Logging Equipment 1996 Caterpillar 320L stroke delimber, 31” pads, Balderson attachment, good condition, 7157 hours ...............$92,000 Five Star Equipment Inc. 607/775-2006

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2006 Cat 303.5CCR, 698 hours.....................$39,900 2003 Cat 325CL, 2,998 hours................$108,300 2003 Cat 325CL, 6,987 hours..................$75,000 2005 Cat 330CL, 2,366 hours................$199,000 2006 Cat 345CL ME, 3,809 hours................$299,000 2003 Cat 345BL, 4,941 hours................$199,000

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GENERATORS Generators & Gen Sets For Sale or Rent All Makes & Models Modern Equipment Sales & Rental 800/227-2525 2008 Ingersoll Rand G290 Portable Generator, , trailer mounted, NEW............$61,200. 305-949-2581

LANDSCAPE EQUIP. Misc. Landscape Equip. 2004 Kubota L3430, open ROPS, rear hitch, AWD, 540 PTO, good condition, 1158 hours....................$18,500 Industrial Tractor Co. Inc. 904-296-5000

Track Loaders Backhoe Loaders 2005 Cat 420D, 972 hours .....................................$49,000 2006 Cat 420EIT, 773 hours .....................................$65,000 Ransome CAT Call Tom Rosser 215-245-2749 or Joe Villa 215-245-3729 1989 John Deere 410C, open ROPS, 2 wheel drive, 24’’ bucket, GP loader bucket, fair condition, 2600 hours ..........$13,875. Industrial Tractor Co. Inc. 904-296-5000

Skid Steer Loaders Sell Your Bobcat to Us We Buy Used Bobcat Equipment Loader Services & Equipment 205/320-1000 2003 Bobcat S185, s/n 519036163, 56 hp Kubota engine, 1850# cap., hand/foot controls, 67’’ tooth bucket, 1382 hours...........................$15,995.

Call Erik Star Equipment 800-791-9318

Wheel Loaders 2006 Cat 904B, 3,456 hours .....................................$39,000 2005 928GZ, 2519 hours .....................................$87,300 2006 Cat 938GII, 2,552 hours ...................................$119,000 2006 Cat 938GII, 441 hours ...................................$129,000


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2006 Cat 972H, 3,180 hours ...................................$229,000 2003 Cat 980G, 7251 hours ...................................$199,000 2002 Cat 980G...................Call 1998 Cat 980.............$499,000 Ransome CAT Call Tom Rosser 215-245-2749 or Joe Villa 215-245-3729 NH Construction Equipment New & Used Parts & Service

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2006 Cat 953C, 721 hours ...................................$135,000 Ransome CAT Call Tom Rosser 215-245-2749 or Joe Villa 215-245-3729 2005 Mustang MTL25, s/n 21501849, 110 HP, cab, heat, A/C, 1200 hours..........$34,500.

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6S8800MT Link Assy., (2), 36 section, dry, master pin, 9/16’’ bolt........................$849.00 Ea. 6S605MT Link Assy., (4), 36 section, dry, split master, 9/16’’ bolt........................$874.00 Ea. 6S9066MT Link Assy., (4), 36 section, SALT, split master, 9/16’’ bolt ...........$1,099.00 Ea. 6Y1339MT Link Assy., (4), 36 section, SALT, split master, 9/16’’ bolt ...........$1,105.00 Ea. 3T6705MT Link Assy., (2), 37 section, SALT, split master, 9/16’’ bolt............$1,150.00 Ea.

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G & H Services, Inc. 973/383-3370 973/390-7394 Cell Fax: 373/383-5756

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We Service What We Sell! Warranty, Maintenance and More! Heavy Equipment, Light Equipment, Hand Tools & Gas Detectors Norris Sales Company 610/279-5777

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RENTALS TR1103211292 Track Pad, (118), 14’’ single grouser, 14mm bolt................$7.39. Ea. TR1113000260 Top Roller (2), complete w/shaft....$82.00. Ea. TR1113000281 Bottom Roller (9), double flange.......... .............................$103.00. Ea.

Call: John Stevens or Jeff Brooks

Service

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Call 1-800-223-3827 1998 Cat 627F, 9,740 hours. ...................................$299,000 1998 Cat 627F, 10,307 hours ...................................$299,000 Ransome CAT Call Tom Rosser 215-245-2749 or Joe Villa 215-245-3729

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2005 Cat 735, 3,738 hours ...................................$269,000 2006 Cat 740, 3,320 hours ...................................$305,000

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DIG-R-TACH Allows for Use With Large, Small Hydraulics The 2010 EZ Screen 1200XL, with a 5'x6' screen box, and a patented non-hydraulic screen drive. The EZ 1200XL works with a 1/2 to 2 yard loader. Now with a 20 Horsepower Deutz Diesel Engine ............................... .....................................................$39,500 plus freight Other Screens Available 1-2 EB www.ez-screen.com • 866/745-5828

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1986 Intl Digger Truck w/ Telelect Digger Derick, diesel, auto trans, 43' corner mount fiberglass hyd. extension, 112,000 miles on it, good condition, runs great! Great for digging holes for ple barns, fences, setting roof trusses for barns, houses and garages, setting poles for electric servies for new home Asking $6,900 construction .........................................................A Ephratah Safety Systems • 518/993-2700 1-2 KH

1990 Bucket Chevy Asplundh model L38TM single man bucket, 5 spd w/ a 2 spd rear, 100,000 miles, good condition, brand new batteries, never been stored outside, great operating condition. Great for repairing or painting barns & houses, trimming trees, and decorating trees and houses at Christmas. Asking $5,900 ..............................................................................A Ephratah Safety Systems • 518/993-2700 1-2 KH

The 671 DIG-R-TACH Series 16 earth drilling attachment is intended for smaller hydraulic systems, whereas the Series 24 is designed for larger hydraulic systems found with backhoes and excavators.

1997 Kobelco SK150 Mark IV with brand new factory Cummins Engine, only 200 hours on new engine and 5300 on whole machine, weight 35,000 lbs., new thumb attachment and new Wain Roy coupler, new 48" hydraulic bucket, excellent operating condition and excellent appearance. Very Nice Machine! .........................................................................$$34,500 Ephratah Safety Systems • 518/993-2700 1-2 KH

Case 1845 Skid Steer with Aux. Hydraulics, Gas Engine, Liquid Cooled, Machine Comes with: Grapple Bucket, Power Angle Snow Plow and Factory made Forks...Runs and Asking $7,500 Operates 100% ....................................................A Ephratah Safety Systems • 518/993-2700 1-2 KH

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For greater job site versatility, General Equipment Company’s DIG-R-TACH line allows for use with both small and large hydraulic systems. Ideal for skid steer loaders, small excavators, knuckleboom cranes and small backhoes, the 671 DIG-R-TACH Series 16 earth drilling attachment is intended for smaller hydraulic systems, whereas the Series 24 is designed for larger hydraulic systems found with backhoes and excavators. Featuring a two-speed chain/sprocket drive and a 5 to 20 gpm (19 to 76 Lpm) hydraulic flow range, the Series 16 balances smaller flow volumes in proportion to auger diameters. The result is a cleaner hole with less loose soil and debris. For higher capacity drilling, the Series 24 operates in a 15 to 25 gpm (57 to 94 Lpm) hydraulic flow range

and delivers a maximum drilling torque of 2,018 ft.-lbs. at 2,500 psi. General Equipment Company’s 671 DIGR-TACH series utilizes a drilling industry standard 2 in. (5 cm) hexagon auger drive system, eliminating excessive auger driveshaft wear. A complete line of earth augers up to 36 in. (91 cm) in diameter is available with Pengo-type, cast-steel boring heads and forged teeth for maximum digging performance. For additional drilling depth, fullflighted auger extensions can be added. For those that prefer a round auger drive system, the 753 DIG-R-TACH series offers a 2.6 in. (6.5 cm) auger connection. Installation of all DIG-R-TACH models is simple with a dipper-stick mounting bracket. For more information, call 800-533-0524 or visit www.generalequip.com.


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If you would like to place your Wanted To Buy listings on our website for inclusion in our newsletters, simply visit: www.ConstructionEquipmentGuide.com/wanted and enter your listings. 2005 D6R LGP 5000 HOURS OR LESS LOW PRICE Contact: RANDY REECE Phone: 770-966-9056 Fax: 770-966-9035 Email: randy@globalequipmentexporters.com –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– EXCAVATOR Contact: RICHARD Phone: 603 828-6100 Fax: 603 430-2119 Email: cmisold@mtfairpoint.net –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– VOLVO L90 & L120 C,D AND E MODELS Contact: IAN RITCHIE Phone: 00441592 202918 Email: ian.j.ritchie@googlemail.com –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– 3054 ENGINE Contact: KEN ELIA Phone: 215-852-9704 Fax: 215-535-5973 Email: elia2045@comcast.net –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– D9L WITH RIPPER CONTRACTOR ONLY Contact: JEAN MAURICE BOUTIN Phone: 1-450-346-8975 Email: jeanmauriceboutin@videotron.ca –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– TEREX DOZER 8220B • NEED TWO GOOD SPROCKETS Contact: JIM ROWE Phone: 518-651-6006 Email: skywolf371@yahoo.com –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– CAT 966F GP BUCKET • GENERAL PURPOSE BUCKET FOR A CAT 966F. Contact: PAMELA Phone: 229 924.0035 Email: pamela@dozers.com –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– CAT 330CL DITCHING OR GRADING BUCKET • WIDE DITCHING BUCKET FOR A 330CL. THE WIDER THE BETTER. ANYTHING CONSIDERED FROM 8 TO 10. Contact: KEVIN Phone: 989-646-0009 Fax: 989-876-8656 Email: lynchexcavating@chartermi.net –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– MUFFLER Contact: G MATTHEWS Phone & Fax: 907 883 5684 Email: mbmining@aptalaska.net –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– I AM LOOKING FOR A USED FRONT END LOADER FOR A ZETOR TRACTOR 60 HORSE. Contact: SMITH Phone: 575-513-0417 Email: longlivecowboys.jackson4@yahoo.com –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– HITACHI EX50URG • FINAL DRIVE Contact: DAVID SMITH Phone: 636-359-6346 Fax: 573-684-2285 Email: tammee@socket.net ––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––

KUBOTA BX25 Contact: BILL Phone: 630-554-9068 just e-mail w/pictures please Email: wjkeck@att.net –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– WOOD CHIPPER DIESEL • WOOD CHIPPER BANDIT 250 USED IN WA 98245 Contact: VICTOR BOEDE Phone: 360-376-5078 Email: victorboede@hotmail.com –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– SKID STEER | MIN 60 HP SKID STEER WHEEL OR TRACK, CAB, HEAT, SUSPENSION SEAT, HIGH FLOW, 1000HRS. OR LESS 2007,2008,2009 MODELS Contact: DON BRENENGEN Email: don@brenengen.com –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– LIMA 2400 OR MANITOWAC 4600 CRAWLER CRANE Contact: BILL CYFORD Phone: 410-355-2222 Fax: 410-355-2936 Email: bcyford@mcleancont.com –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– CAT 966H Contact: STEVE Phone: 18194496154 Email: info@stosik.ca –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– CAT 325BL966H Contact: STEVE STOSIK Phone: 18194496154 Fax: 1-819-449-3676 Email: info@stosik.ca –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– 446D OR CASE 590 SUPER M | Contact: MICK FIELDS Phone: 352-527-0072 Email: solutions@fieldco.biz –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– 950B, 950E WHEEL LOADER • WHEEL LOADER CAT SHOULD BE IN GOOD SHAPE AND IN WHOLE SALE PRICE Contact: JUNADI Phone: 00971508075025 Fax: 0097165439227 Email: findiron@gmail.com –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– CAT 140G/YEAR 1975 TO 1995 • PLEASE EMAIL ME DETAILS, PRICE HOURS,CONDITION & PHOTOS. Contact: HOWARD YOUNG Phone: (626)688-9499 Fax: (626)574-5001 Email: chatreeyoung@gmail.com –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– FORKLIFT Contact: JAMES E. MCCORMICK Phone: 615-828-3221 Fax: 615-865-7800 Email: jemnte@comcast.net –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– KOMATSU MOTOR GRADER GD 511 Contact: ANIL TODI Phone: 919810017750 Fax: 919810017750 Email: anilkhazana7777@yahoo.com ––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––

CAT IT38 W/3RD VALVE 19981999 Contact: GENE Phone: 302-836-0414 Fax: 302-836-6977 Email: ggiuliani@jjid.com –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– D7G GROUSER PADS Contact: ROB MITCHELL Phone: 417-258-2212 Email: robs.girl25@hotmail.com –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– USES DITCH WITCH 752 LOCATOR OR SIMILAR Contact: TIM LEWANDOWSKI Phone: 724-887-9375 Fax: 724-887-4899 Email: lewequip@gmail.com –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– NEED TO BUY BULL 375A5 2000 OR 2001 Contact: JEAN MAURICE BOUTIN Phone: 1 450 346 8975 Email: jeanmauriceboutin@videotron.ca –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– CEMENT PIG Contact: JOHNS AG SERVICE Phone: 515-332-1883 Fax: 515-332-5855 Email: johnsag@goldfieldaccess.net –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– 4IN1 LOADER BUCKET Contact: MIKE GAUSDEN Phone: 602-225- 9500 Fax: 602-231-8590 Email: mgausden@huntconstructiongroup.com –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– NEED TO BUY LOADER 821B CASE RUN OR NOT Contact: JEAN MAURICE BOUTIN Phone: 1 450 346 8975 Email: jeanmauriceboutin@videotron.ca –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– ROUGH TERRAIN FORK LIFT Contact: DAVE KING Phone: 615-789-0062 Fax: 615-789-0007 Email: hilltopstructures@emypeople.net –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– KOMATSU OR KOBELCO PC300 IN THE LOW 20S Contact: RANDY REECE Phone: 770-966-9056 Fax: 770-966-9035 Email: randy@globalequipmentexporters.com –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– EAGLE 1200 CLOSED CIRCUIT CRUSHING PLANT, NO DEALERS Phone: 724-944-5569 –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– COMPRESSED EARTH BLOCK MACHINE Contact: RON LEMON Phone: 1-417-818-3121 Email: lemonacres@gmail.com –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– WHEEL LOADER WA30 OR WA40 (KOMATSU) Contact: HAMED AHMED SHAWKY MAKRAM Phone: 0020123240580 Fax: 002034297060(107) Email: darelhandasa@live.com ––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––

HAMMER Phone: 914-494-6478 Fax: 845-207-9067 Email: apexdorian@hotmail.com –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– CASE 586G WANTED 2 WHEEL DRIVE, OROPS Contact: RANDY REECE Phone: 770-966-9056 Fax: 770-966-9035 Email: randy@globalequipmentexporters.com –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– 330CL DITCH CLEAN OUT BUCKET • 84" TO 96" WIDE CLEAN OUT BUCKET FOR CAT 330CL Contact: KEVIN Phone: 989-646-0009 Fax: 989-876-8656 Email: lynchexcavating@chartermi.net –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– USED DREDGE • USED DREDGE FOR SAND AND GRAVEL. 300-400 TPH 70 DEEP GOOD CONDITION Contact: BEAUFORD MULLINS Phone: 260-497-0500 Fax: 260-490-8217 Email: beauford@kortebros.com –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– I AM LOOKING TO BUY D9N WITH RIPPER CONTRA Contact: JEAN MAURICE BOUTIN Phone: 1-450-346-8975 Email: jeanmauriceboutin@videotron.ca –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– ATLAS COPCO XAS75 COMPRESSOR, NEED MOTOR COUPLER HAS DUETZ ENGINE Contact: TIM LEWANDOWSKI Phone: 724-887-9375 Fax: 724-887-4899 Email: lewequip@gmail.com –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– CAT 140G • ANY YEAR BETWEEN 1980 TO 1995. PLEASE EMAIL ME DETAILS INCLUDING HOURS WITH PHOTOS. Contact: PAMELA STEPP Phone: 229.924.0035 Email: pamela@dozers.com –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– D6RLGP 2007 CONTRACTOR Contact: JEAN MAURICE BOUTIN Phone: 1 450 346 8975 Email: jeanmauriceboutin@videotron.ca –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– EXCAVATOR CATERPILLAR 325CL/DL, YEARS 2005 7, UP TO 5,000 HOURS, PREFERABLY PIPED FOR HAMMER Contact: RON Phone: 0097235403077 Email: info@ronrad.com –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– 1 YARD ROUNDNOSE CLAMBUCKET Contact: GIL Phone: 239 434 0249 Fax: 239 434 6849 Email: gwharpin@naplesdock.com ––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––

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VOLVO 360 EXCAVATOR 2004-2006, ANY LOCATION OK Contact: JOHN TANNOURJI Phone: 914-693-0300 Email: itc@bestweb.net –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– DEMOLITION BUCKET FOR A CAT 977L REASONABLY PRICED Contact: RICK Phone: 860-428-1059 Email: aliciabeth@sbcglobal.net –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– CAT WHEEL LOADER 910EFG, 920, 930, 936E Contact: ALHARTHI Phone: 00447875086827 Email: deerah1est@yahoo.com –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– DYNAPACS CA251D,CA252D,CA262D,CA302,CA301 Contact: WAQAR AHMED Phone: 92-0333-2376638 Email: waqar_zki@yahoo.com –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– KOMATSU MOTORGRADERS GD525A,GD605A,GD625A PLEASE OFFER US & KINDLY SEND US DETAILS, PHOTOS & BEST PRICE. Contact: NAQIB KHAN Phone: +92-333-3298751 Email: naqib_khan73@yahoo.com –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– CRAWLER CRANE AMERICAN 9310 CRAWLER CRANE Contact: JOHN NEVINS Email: johntnevins@comcast.net –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– KUBOTA CHAIN ON FORKS TO BUCKET THESE ARE FORKS THAT SLIP ON THE BUCKET AND ARE HELD ON WITH A CHAIN AND BINDER Contact: BILL VAN PAMEL Email: wvanpamel@wowway.com –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– LOOKING TO BUY OLDER CAT WHEEL LOADERS | IN MODELS 910, 920, 930, 950, 950B, 950E, 966D/E/F. Contact: ATHER A. SIDDIQUI Phone: +92-333-2240692 Email: ather.cat@gmail.com –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– 325 OR 330 BL OR CL 325 9R 330 MUST HAVE 3306 ENGINE, 36" TRACT, JACK HAMMER AND 70 TO 80% U/C Contact: SAM Phone: 940-655-8462 Email: s-mahoney@lycos.com –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– KUBOTA REAR HYDRAULIC OUTLETS I WANT TO CONNECT UP TO 4 QD FOR REAR ATTACHMENTS ON MY KUBOTA 3750 TRACTOR. I HAVE EXISTING 3POINT & MY TRACTOR HAS EXISTING LEVER SLOTS FOR CONTROL. USED IS OK. Contact: TERRY Phone: 206-241-0630 Email: donlin.te@clearwire.net ––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––


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TJ Lambrecht Purchases First D7E Track-Type Tractor

Mark Hanback, general manager of Caterpillar’s Americas operations division-East Peoria.

Doug Oberhelman, Caterpillar group president, was recently named Caterpillar vice chairman effective Jan. 1.

Scott Johnson, Caterpillar’s worldwide product manager.

CATERPILLAR from page 16

mechanical, double-reduction final drives to provide smooth, infinitely variable driving force to the tracks. The engine in the D7E is entirely beltless, eliminating the need for belt maintenance and replacement. Headquartered in Elmhurst, Ill., Caterpillar dealer, Patten Industries, was instrumental in the sale of the D7E. “This revolutionary design consumes fewer resources over its working life than any other track-type tractor in its class. All major components are engineered to be rebuilt or reused in the future,” said Patten Executive General Manager Larry O’Neill. “Our customers are looking for these kinds of solutions, and we’re pleased to provide them with a competitive edge.” For more information on the Cat D7E with electric drive, visit www.cat.com/D7E.

(L-R): Mark Hanback, general manager of Americas operations division-East Peoria; Scott Johnson, worldwide product manager; and Doug Oberhelman, group president, all of Caterpillar, congratulate Dan Klingberg, president, TJ Lambrecht Construction.

(L-R): Scott Johnson, worldwide product manager of Caterpillar, addresses guests as Mark Hanback, general manager of Americas operations division-East Peoria; Dan Klingberg, president of TJ Lambrecht Construction; and Doug Oberhelman, Caterpillar group president, look on.

Doug Oberhelman (L), Caterpillar group president, presents Dan Klingberg, president of TJ Lambrecht Construction, with a D7E replica.


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COMPLETE LIQUIDATION BRIGGS EQUIPMENT (Authorized Case Dealer) LARGEST CASE DEALER IN AMERICA! CONSTRUCTION, SUPPORT EQUIPMENT, VEHICLES, OFFICE EQUIPMENT.

PHASE 1 SATURDAY, JANUARY 30 @ 9:30 AM TAMPA, FLORIDA

DIRECTIONS: From Orlando: I-4 W for 75 miles, exit 7 to merge onto FL-600 W/E Hillsborough Ave./ US-92 W toward US-301W/ Busch Gardens for 1 mile. Take ramp to Riverview .2 miles, merge onto FL-41S/ FL-43 S/ US-301 S for 2.2 miles and continue to follow FL-43 S/ US-301S. Right at E Meadow Blvd. .2 miles, left at Tampa E Blvd. .5 miles. Site will be on the right. From Tampa Downtown: I-275 N/ I-4 – merge onto I-275 N for .9 miles, take exit 45B – merge onto I-4E toward Orlando 4.4 miles. Take exit 5 – merge onto E. Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Blvd/ FL-574 E for 1 mile, right at Orient Rd. for 1 mile, left at E Broadway Ave./ Co. Rd. 574 for .5 miles. Take 1st right onto Tampa E Blvd. for .6 miles. Site will be on the right. Address: 1504 Tampa E Blvd. Tampa FL. 33619. NOTE: Brigg’s Equipment, the largest Case dealer in North America, is completely selling out and will sell its equipment in 4 phases with phase 2 in this sale absolute unreserved.

LOADER BACKHOES: Unused Case 580M-II, 7 RUBBER TRACKED SKID STEERS: (3) Unused 2006 Case 450CT, (4) Unused Case 445CT, 2 VIBRATORY ROLLERS: (2) 2008 Dynapac CA250D, 2 SWEEPERS: 2007 Laymor 8HC, Unused Laymor 6HC, Tennant Shop, 3 LOADER LANDSCAPE TRACTORS: (3) Unused Case 570MXT (4x4), TRUCK TRACTORS: 2002 Freightliner FL112 (t/a), 3 SERVICE TRUCKS: 2005-2003-2001 Ford F550 (s/a), UTILITY TRUCKS: 2006 Chevy Silverado (4x4), 7 PICKUPS: (2) 2001-1999 Ford F250, 2007-2003-2002-2001 Ford F150, 2 DETATCHABLE GOOSENECK TRAILERS: Eager Beaver 50GSL (tri.), Trail King 35ton (t/a), GOOSENECK TRAILERS: Towmaster (t/a), LARGE QUANTITY ATTACHMENTS: Skid Steers: New 72in.-66in.-60in. Buckets, New Hay Spears, New Grapples, New 48in. Forks, New Stump Bucket, Excavators: New 5600 & 4800 Thumbs, Loaders: ACS Rakes, Skid Steers: (12) New Case 68in. Buckets, Backhoes: Werk-Brau 24in-12in. Buckets, Plus Parts, Case Tools, Office & Computer Equipment, SUPPORT EQUIPMENT: (2) 2010 Easy Kleen Magnum 4000, RECREATIONAL VEHICLES, NEW & USED SUPPORT.

EARLY HILITES: 2 ARTICULATED HAUL TRUCKS: (2) Demo Case 330, 7 HYDRAULIC EXCAVATORS: 2007 Case CX330, 2007 Case CX330, 2005 Case CX210, 2006 Case CX135, 2006 Case CX130, 2005 Case CX50B, 2005 Case CX36B, 2006 Case CX27B, LONG REACH EXCAVATORS: 2004 Case CX240LR, 4 RUBBER TIRED LOADERS: 2005 Case 821C, New Case 721D, (2) New Case 321E, 2 MOTOR GRADERS: (2) Unused Norman 65E, 5 FLORIDA AUCTIONEER LICENSE: #AU 0001548, CRAWLER TRACTORS: (2) Demo Case 1150KLGP, (2) FLORIDA LICENSE: #AB-1091 Demo Case 650KLGP, Unused Case 550HLT, TRACTOR SALE SITE PHONE: (262) 903-6269 Everything sells “AS IS,” “WHERE IS,” everything sells to the highest bidder without minimums or reserve.

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* 9 Day Sale! “THINK WARM – THINK FLORIDA” * BIG – BIG – BIGGER *

17th ANNUAL FLORIDA SALE IN CONJUNCTION WITH 14 LARGE NATIONAL RENTAL FLEETS * 16 * CATERPILLAR RENTAL FLEETS * 16 * ALEX LYON & SON SALES MANAGERS & AUCTIONEERS, INC. PROUDLY ANNOUNCES A MAJOR 9 DAY RENTAL & LATE MODEL AERIAL LIFTS, CONSTRUCTION & SUPPORT EQUIPMENT & TRUCK & TRAILER AUCTION January 31- February 1-2-3-4-5-6-7, 2010 @ 9:00 A.M. KISSIMMEE, (WINTER GARDEN) FLORIDA * Start your week out right the DAY BEFORE in Tampa, FLORIDA on January 30th @ 9:30 AM! * (WATCH OUR ADS & WEBSITE FOR UPCOMING TAMPA DETAILS!) TAMPA SALE SITE DIRECTIONS: From Orlando: I-4 W for 75 miles, exit 7 to merge onto FL-600 W/E Hillsborough Ave./ US-92 W toward US-301W/ Busch Gardens for 1 mile. Take ramp to Riverview .2 miles, merge onto FL-41S/ FL-43 S/ US-301 S for 2.2 miles and continue to follow FL-43 S/ US-301S. Right at E Meadow Blvd. .2 miles, left at Tampa E Blvd. .5 miles. Site will be on the right. From Tampa Downtown: I-275 N/ I-4 – merge onto I-275 N for .9 miles, take exit 45B – merge onto I-4E toward Orlando 4.4 miles. Take exit 5 – merge onto E. Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Blvd/ FL-574 E for 1 mile, right at Orient Rd. for 1 mile, left at E Broadway Ave./ Co. Rd. 574 for .5 miles. Take 1st right onto Tampa E Blvd. for .6 miles. Site will be on the right. Address: 1504 Tampa E Blvd. Tampa FL. 33619. DIRECTIONS: For Day 2- Day 9: 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. JACK’S NOTE: Once again we’re returning to Kissimmee with the sale that gets bigger and better each year! It’s recognized as “The Class Sale”, where top-quality equipment is the norm, not the exception. You can become part of construction history either as a buyer or a seller. The equipment comes from the BEST authorized dealership rental fleets including NEFF, RSC (Rental Service Corp.), Genie, JCB & JLG, Sunbelt, Hertz, Brigg’s Equipment, and Caterpillar rental fleets.

*** SPECIAL NOTE: For Non-US Resident Bidders: A $10,000 Cashier’s Check Deposited Prior to Bidding will be Required. * No Exceptions. HILITES: 7 ROUGH TERRAIN CRANES: 2000 Terex RT335, Terex RT230, Terex CD225, Terex RT175, Grove RT760, Linkbelt HSP-8028A, P&H CN150, CRAWLER CRANES: 2005 Mantis 10010MX, 2 TRUCK CRANES: Lorain MC790, American 4450, 24 ARTICULATED HAUL TRUCKS: 2005 Cat 740, 2006 Cat 735, 2004 Cat 725, 1999 Cat D400E, 20062005 JCB 718, 2007-2003 JCB 714, 2005 Terex TA35, (2) 2004 Terex TA30G, 2001 Terex TA30, 2007 Terex TA27,Volvo A30C, (2) Volvo A25, 2002 JD 400D, 2003 JD 250D, (3) JD 250D, (2) 2007-2005 Komatsu HM300, STRAIGHT FRAME HAUL TRUCK: Cat 771, 230 HYDRAULIC EXCAVATORS: (4) 2007 Cat 345BL, (2) 2006-(2) 2005 Cat 330DL, (2) 2006-(2) 2005-2003-(2) 2002 Cat 330CL, 2006-(2) 2006 Cat 325DL, 2005 Cat 325CL, Cat 325, 2001 Cat 322CL, 2007 –(2) 2006 Cat 320DL, 2008-2007-(3) 2006 Cat 320DL, (2) 2007-(4) 2006-2005-(2) 2004 Cat 320CL, 2006-2005 Cat 318CL, 2007(2) 2006 Cat 315CL, 2006 Cat 315C, 2005 Cat 314CCR, 2004-(3) 2003 Cat 313CCR, Cat 313BSR, 2000 Cat 313BCR, 2001 Cat 312C, Cat 312B, (2) Cat 312, (7) 2004 Cat 311CU, Cat 311B, (2) 2003 Cat 308CSR, (2) Cat 308BSR, Cat 307SSR, Cat 307, 2005 Cat 305CR, 2003 Cat 305, (2) 2004 Cat 304CR, 2005 Cat 303CR, 2006-2005-2002 Cat 302.5, Cat 231, Cat E120B, Cat E110B, (2) Cat E70B, JD 450LC, (3) JD 200LC, (2) JD 160LC, JD 120LC, JD 80C, (2) 2005 Komatsu PC400LC-7, (2) Komatsu PC400LC, 2004 Komatsu PC308LC, (2) 2006 Komatsu PC270LC, Komatsu PC228USLC, New Komatsu PC220LC, New Komatsu PC220-8, 2002 Komatsu PC200-7, (2) Komatsu PC200LC-6, 2002 Komatsu PC160, 2001 Komatsu PC138US, 2001 Komatsu PC128USLC, 2005 Hitachi ZX450, (2) 2006-2005 Hitachi ZX330LC, (2) Hitachi EX330LC, 2006 Hitachi ZX160LC, Hitachi EX110-5, Hitachi EX55UR, 2007-(2) 2006 Case CX460, (2) 2006-(2) 2005 Case CX330, (2) 2005

Case CX240, 2006-2004 Case CX225, (2) 2006-(4) 2005-(2) 2002 Case CX210, (4) 2005 Case CX160, (2) 2006-2005-2004 Case CX135, 2006 Case CX130, 2006 Case CX80R, (4) 2005 Case CX75R, (3) 2006-(2) 2005 Case CX50B,(2) 2006-(4) 2005 Case CX36B, 2002 Kobelco SK480, 2005-2003 Kobelco SK330LC, Kobelco SK300LC, Kobelco SK290LC, 2002 Kobelco SK250LC, Kobelco SK100 Mark IV, Kobelco SK30DIV, (2) 2005 JCB JS130LC, Volvo EC35, (4) 2006-(4) 2005 Terex HR16, 2006-(4) 2005 Terex, 2006 NH EH15B, 2004 Takeuchi TB135, 2006 Linkbelt 330LX, 2006 Linkbelt 135, 2005-(3) 2004 Linkbelt, 2008 Bobcat 435ZHS, 2006 Bobcat 430ZHS, 2004 Bobcat 341, (2) 2008-2007 Bobcat 337G, Bobcat 337, (7) 2004 Bobcat 331, (2) 2004 Bobcat 325, Bobcat 322, 2006 Hyundai 210LC-7, (2) Yanmar VIO40, Demo Yanmar VIO35, (2) Yanmar B27, Yanmar B6, Yanmar B3, 2005-(4) 2004 Yanmar, 2005 IHI 55N, (2) 2004 IHI 35N, (3) 2004-2003 IHI 30NX, 2004 IHI 28N, 2004 IHI 15NX, 2006 Daewoo Solar 420LC, 2007 Doosan DX340LC,Gehl GE303, 7 LONG REACH EXCAVATORS: , 2008 Cat 320DLLR, 2008 Cat 320DL, (2) 2005-2004 Case CX240LR, Unused Case CX210LR, 2006 Case CX210LR, 2006 Daewoo Solar 300LC, RUBBER TIRED EXCAVATORS: Gradall XL3100, 72 RUBBER TIRED LOADERS: 2006 Cat 980H, 2004 Cat 980G-II, 2003-2001 Cat 980G, Cat 972G, (2) 2006 Cat IT62H, Cat IT28G, 2006 Cat 966H, Cat 966G, Cat 966F, Cat 966C, (2) 2007-2006 Cat 950H, Cat 950G, (4) Cat 950F, (2) 2006 Cat 938G-II, (2) 2006-2005 Cat 938G, (3) 2007-(4) 2006-2005 Cat 930G, 2007-2004 Cat 928GZ, Cat 928G, 2006-2005 Cat 924G, (5) Cat 924G, (2) 2004 JD 824J, 2001 JD 644H, JD 644G, 2007-(2) 2005-(3) 2004 JD 624J, 2001 JD 624H, (2) JD 624G, (2) 2000 JD 544H, JD 544G, (3) 2005 Case 621D, (2) Case 621D, JCB 456, 2002 Komatsu WA500, 2007 Komatsu WA480, 2007 Komatsu WA250-5, Komatsu WA200, 1999 Kawasaki 80ZIV, Volvo 220, (4) New Luigong CLG856-II, Daewoo Mega 200, 2002 Dresser 520E, 16 MOTOR GRADERS: (3)2005-(3) 2004-2003 Cat 140H, Cat 14G, (2) 2006-(2) 2004-2003 Cat 12H, Champion 710A, Fiat Allis FG95, Norman 65E, 5 MOTOR SCRAPERS: 2003 Terex TS14G, (3) Terex TS14G, Cat 623F, 81 CRAWLER TRACTORS: Cat D9H, (2) 2007-(3) 2006 Cat D8T, Cat D8T, 2004-2002 Cat D8R-II, (2) Cat D8R, Cat D8N, Cat D8K, Cat D7G, 2008 Cat D6TXL, 2007 Cat D6TLGP, 2007 Cat D6RXW, 2007 Cat D6R-III, 2005 Cat D6R-II, 2005-2004 Cat D6RXL, 2007-(2) 2004 Cat D6R-II, (2) Cat D6RLGP, 2006 Cat D6R, Cat D6NXL, 2005 Cat D6NLGP, 2005 Cat D6N, Cat D6MXL, 2006 Cat D5NXL, (2) 2004 Cat D5NLGP, (2) Cat D5MLGP, (2) Cat D5MXL, 2007-2005 Cat D5GXL, (2) 2004 Cat D5GLGP, Cat D5H, 2005 Cat D5G, Cat D4LGP, 2008 Cat D3KLGP, Cat D3KLGP, Cat D3GXL, 2007 Cat D3GLGP, (2) 2006 Cat D3G, 2005 JD 850JLGP, 2005 JD 750JLT, (2) JD 750J, 2005 JD 700JLT, 2005 JD 700JLGP, 2004 JD 700HXLT, 2006-(3) 2001 JD 650JLGP, 2005 JD 650J, JD 650G, (2) 2004 JD 550HLT, (6) 2005 JD 450J, (2) 2004 JD 450H, JD 450C, 2006 Case 850KLGP, 2006 Case 650KLGP, 2007-2003-2001 Komatsu D65PX, 2007-2001 Komatsu D61PX, 2006 Komatsu D39PX-21, 2000 Komatsu D39-1, Komatsu D39P-21LGP, 2006 Komatsu D37PX, New Komatsu D21-8, Dresser TD15E, 4 CRAWLER LOADERS: (2) Cat 963B, Cat 953C, JD 755B, 9 CRAWLER DUMPS: (4) Morooka MST220, (2) Morooka MST1500, Cat LD1000, Hitachi CG-100, Hitachi CG45-3, 140 TRACTOR LOADER BACKHOES: Cat 430DIT (4x4), (2) 2008-(2) 2007 Cat 420EIT (4x4), (3) 2005-(3) 2004-2002-2001 Cat 420DIT (4x4), 2005-2002-(8) Cat 420D (4x4), Cat 416E (4x4), (8) 2005 Cat 416D (4x4), Cat 416CIT-II (4x4), (2) Cat 416CIT (4x4), Cat 416CIT, (2) 2000 Cat 416C (4x4), (2) Cat 416BXH (4x4), (3) Cat 416B, 2002 Case 590 Super M (4x4), Case 590 Super L (4x4), 2006-(2) 2004 Case 580 Super M-II (4x4), 2008-2006(4) 2004 Case 580M-II (4x4), (5) 2005-(2) 2004 Case 580M (4x4), JD 710B, JD 410E, JD 410D (4x4), 2003- (2) 2002 JD 310 Super G, JD 310 Super G, (3) 2005-(38) 2004 JD 310G (4x4), JD 310G, (8) 2004-(3) 2003-(10) 2002 NH 575E, NH 555E, 2008-2007 NH B95 (4x4), 2000 NH LB75B, Ford 555D, 2001 Komatsu WB150, 2002 Komatsu WA140, Komatsu WA140, (3) 2005-2004 Terex TX760B (4x4), (2) 2006-(13) 2005-2003 Terex TX760 (4x4), 2004 JCB 214E-IV (4x4), 2006(5) Allmand 325 (4x4), 4 ASPHALT PAVERS: Blaw Knox PF3200, Blaw Knox PF120, 2002 Lee-Boy 8500, Barber Greene BG-260, 39 ASPHALT ROLLERS: (3) 2007-2006-2005 Cat CB534D, 2006-2005 Cat 534DXW, 2005 IR DD34, (3) 2004 IR DD32, (2) IR, Bomag 120AD, Dynapac CC-21A, (5) 2006-(4) 2005-2004 Dynapac, (6) 2005-(2) 2004 Wacker, (2) Wacker, (3) 2005 Hamm 3412, Ferguson 46A, 107 VIBRATORY ROLLERS: (2) 2007-(2) 2006-(2) 2005-2004-2000 Cat CS563E, (3) Cat CP563E, (4) 2007 Cat CS533E, (2) 2006-(2) 2005 Cat CP433E, (2) 2007-2006 Cat 433D, 2006 Cat CP323C, IR SD122DTF, (2) IR SD116DX, 2006-(2) 2003 IR SD100D, (2) IR SD77DX, (4) 2006-(2) 2004 IR SD70D, (4) 2005-2004-2003 IR SD45D, (2) 2005 IR SD45, IR 12 ton, (2) IR 3 ton, (2) 1999 IR 1 ton, Bomag BW213D, Bomag BW212D2, 2005 Bomag BW177D-3, Bomag BW122PD, (10) Bomag 1 ton, New Volvo SD100D, (3) 2006 Dynapac CA250D, Dynapac CA250, New Dynapac CA152, 2007 Dynapac CA150D, (8) 2004 Dynapac CC142, 2002-2001 Dynapac CC122, (13) 2005 Dynapac 3 ton, 2005 Hamm 3412, 2006 Hamm 3410P, (3) 2006-(2) 2005 Hamm 3410, (5) 2006-2005 Hamm 3307, 2006-2005 Hamm 3205, 2004 Wacker 1.5 ton, Sakai SV70TF, 2008 Sakai SV505T, 2003 Super Pac 8400, Super Pac 840, 2 PNEUMATIC ROLLERS: 2007 Cat PS150C, Dynapac CP132, 18 TRENCH ROLLERS: (11) 2006-(3) 2005 Wacker RT82SC (remote),

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* 9 Day Sale!

Rental Service Corporation

“THINK WARM – THINK FLORIDA” * BIG – BIG – BIGGER *

17th ANNUAL FLORIDA SALE IN CONJUNCTION WITH 14 LARGE NATIONAL RENTAL FLEETS * 16 * CATERPILLAR RENTAL FLEETS * 16 * ALEX LYON & SON SALES MANAGERS & AUCTIONEERS, INC. PROUDLY ANNOUNCES A MAJOR 9 DAY RENTAL & LATE MODEL AERIAL LIFTS, CONSTRUCTION & SUPPORT EQUIPMENT & TRUCK & TRAILER AUCTION Wacker RT82-SC, Wacker RT82, Rammax 33/24, Demo IR TC13, 35 RUBBER TRACKED SKID STEERS: 2008-(2) 2006-2005- (2) 2004 Cat 287B, 2005 Cat 257B, 2006-(3) 2005-(3) 2004 Cat 247B, 2004 Cat 247, 2007-2005 Bobcat T300, 2005 Bobcat T200, 2006-(2) 2005 Bobcat T190, (3) Bobcat T190, 2006 Bobcat T180, 2006 Bobcat T140, Bobcat 864, 2006 Takeuchi TL140, Takeuchi TL140, (2) Takeuchi TL130, 2008 NH C175, 2006-2005 ASV RC100, 2006 ASV RC85, ASV RC50, 64 SKID STEERS: 2006-2005 Cat 268B, 2004 Cat 262B, 2004 Cat 252B, Cat 248, 2007 Cat 246C, Cat 246, (6) 20052004 Cat 242B, Cat 236B, 2005 Bobcat S300, 2006-2004 Bobcat S250, 2006 Bobcat S220, 2006 Bobcat S185, 2008-2007(2) 2004 Bobcat S175, 2004 Bobcat S160, Bobcat S150, 2002-(6) Bobcat S130, 2002 Bobcat 873G, 2000 Bobcat 763, (5) 2002 Bobcat 753B, (2) 2002 Bobcat 753, (3) Bobcat 753, Bobcat 463, (2) 2008 Case 440, (5) 2005 JD 270, (6) NH LX665, 2003 NH LS180, NH LS130, JD 240, 2004 Mustang, 2004 Thomas 175, Thomas 85, 2007 Komatsu CK35, 2004 Takeuchi TL130, 2006 ASV RC100, 6 TRENCHERS: 2005 Ditch Witch RT40, Ditch Witch RT40, Ditch Witch 3700, (2) 2004 DitchWitch 1330, Coleman C16T, BORING EQUIPMENT: Richmond 30-36 Unit, SCREENING PLANTS: Read RD40B, ROUGH TERRAIN FORKLIFTS: 2000 JCB 930, 83 TELESCOPIC FORKLIFTS: (2) 2008 Cat TL943, (5) 2005-2004 Cat TH460B, 2005 Cat TH83, Cat TH63, 2006-2005 Cat TH360, 2006-(2) 2002 Gradall 534D9-45, (2) Gradall 534D-45, 2002-2001 Gradall G6-42P, (2) Gradall 534C-36, JLG G9-43A, 2003 JLG G6-42A, 2006-2004 JCB 520-40, (2) 2006-(5) 2005 Terex TH1056, (2) 2002 Terex TH842C, (2) Terex SS842C, (6) 2006-(6) 2005 Terex TH644, 2002 Terex SS644C, Terex TH636C, 2004 Terex TH528C, (2) 2005 Terex TX55-19, (3) 2006 Terex TH55-19, (2) IR 42ft. 6,000lb., (2) Lull 1044C-54, 2005-2003 Lull 944E-42, (3) 2003 Lull 844C-42, (3) Lull 844C-42, Lull 844C-42, (3) 2006- (2) 2005 Lull 644E-42, (3) Lull 644E-42, 2003 Lull 644E, (2) Skytrak 10054, 2002-(2) 1999 Skytrak 8042, 2006 Bobcat V723, 2007 Genie GTH636, 2004 Gehl RS5, 2000 Traverse TLF644, 56 FORKLIFTS: Cat V80D, Cat V60D, Cat GP25, Cat GC25, Clark CY160, (2) 2006 Toyota 7FGU45, 2001 Toyota 7FDU30, Toyota 6LU25, (2) Toyota FGCU15, Nissan 100, Nissan FGH02A30 6,000lb., Nissan KPH02A25V 5,000lb., Nissan CHP02A25V 5,000lb., Nissan CPF0ZA25V 5,000lb., (13) Nissan 5,000lb., (2) 2005 CPJ01A15, Nissan KEPH02 3,000lb., 2003 Clark GCC30, Clark C500Y580, (2) 2000 Clark 5,000lb., (2) Clark 5,000lb., Clark C300Y40, Clark CX60, Hyster S135XL, (2) 2003-2001 Hyster H80XM, (2) Hyster H80XL, (2) Hyster H50XL, 2008 Unused Komatsu FG30HT-14, Komatsu FG15, Yale GDP135, Yale GLP80, Yale GDP070LGN, Mistubishi, Sellick, Daewoo GC25E, Baker, 211 SCISSOR LIFTS: (2) 1999 JLG 450AJ, 2000 JLG 400CRT, 2000-1999 JLG 40RTS, (3) JLG 40H, JLG 3969, 2003-2001-2000 JLG 33RTS, (3) JLG 33RTS, 2001 JLG 3369LE, 2001 JLG 40RTS, (2) 2000 JLG 330CRT, (3) 2002 JLG 3246, (12) 2002-1999 JLG 2646E, (3) JLG 2646E, (2) 2002-2001 JLG 260MRT, 2000 JLG 25RTS, 1999 JLG 2033E, (9) 2002-(12) 2000-(9) 1999 JLG 2032E2, (4) 2005- (26) 2004 JLG 2030ES, JLG 20VP, (2) 2003-(5) 2002-(2) 2001-(6) 2000 JLG 1932E2, (7) 2004 JLG 1930ES, JLG 15VPSP, JLG 15DUSP, (2) 2001-(2) 2000-(1) 1999 Genie GS3268RT, 1999 Genie GS3246, Genie IWPA30, Genie AWP30, 2001-(2) 2000-(2) 1999-1998 Genie GS2668RT, (5) Genie GS2668RT, 2001-(3) 2000-1998 Genie GS2646, (2) Genie IWPA25, (5) 2005-(2) 2002-(5) 2000-(2) 1999 Genie GS2032, (3) 2005-(6) 2004-(2) 2002-(2) 2001-(14) 2000 Genie GS1930, (3) 2001 Genie GS1530, 2000 Skyjack SJ9250, 2000 Skyjack 8841, 2000 Skyjack SJ8831, 2000 Skyjack SJ7027, Skyjack SJ7027, Skyjack 27ft., Skyjack 26ft., (7) 2004 Skyjack 3219, Snorkel RT33, MEC 40ft, Grove T80, 213 BOOM LIFTS: 2003 JLG 1350SJP, 2004 JLG 2100SJP, (3) JLG 120HX, JLG 120, JLG 1200SJP, JLG 110HX, Demo JLG 800S, 2007-2003 JLG 800S, 2001-1999 800A, (2) 2007-2003 JLG 800, (2) 2001 JLG 80HX6, (3)2000(3) 1999 JLG 80HX, (7) JLG 80HX, JLG 800A, 2001-(3) 2000-1999 JLG 601S, 2005 JLG 600SC, (11) JLG 600S, JLG 600A, (3) 2003-(2) 2002 JLG 400S, 1999 JLG N40E, (2) JLG 40HA, JLG 40H, 2000 JLG E300AJP, Genie 80HX, 2005-2002-2000 Genie S80 (4x4), (2) Genie S80 (4x4), (4) 2000 Genie S65 (4x4), Genie S65 (4x4), 2000-1999 Genie Z60/34, (4) 2005-2002(3) 2000 Genie S60 (4x4), (9) Genie S60, 2001 Genie Z45/25JIC, (4) 2004 Genie 45ft. (4x4), 2000 Genie S45, (5) 2000-1999 Genie S40 (4x4),(8) Genie S40, (13) 2000-1999-(2) 1998 Genie Z34/22N, 2000 Genie Z34/22IC, (6) 2006-(4) 2005-(5)2004 Genie 34ft., (5) 2006-2005 Genie 33ft. (4x4), (7) 2000-(2) 1999 Genie Z30/20N, (4) 2006-(5) 2004 Genie 30ft., (6) 2006-(7) 2005-(8) 2004 Genie 2632, (5) 2006 Genie 20ft., (10) Genie 1930, Terex 80, Skyjack 66ft., Skyjack SJKB40XRT, Snorkel TB80R, Snorkel ATB60, Snorkel TBA60, 172 AIR COMPRESSORS: (10) Atlas Copco XASE1600, 2004 Atlas Copco XASE1600, (9) 2005 Atlas Copco XAS97JD, (4) Atlas Copco XAS90, (5) Sullair 1200CFM, Sullair 900CFM, (2) Sullair 825CFM, (7) Sullair 375CFM, (4) 2005 Sullair 185CFM, (21) Sullair 185CFM, (2) IR 825CFM, 2007 IR XP375, (6) IR 375CFM, (15) 2004 IR P185WJD, (27) 2005-2004-(4) 2000 IR 185CFM, (2) IR 185CFM, (8) IR 130JD, (6) IR 130CFM, (2) 2003 IR P90WIR, Airman PDS185S, 60 GENERATORS: Unused Cat D100-4S, (4) New Cat D60-45, 2005 Atlas Copco XAS186, 2005-2004 Atlas Copco QAS78, 2004 Atlas Copco QAS58, 2004 Atlas Copco QAS28, (3) Atlas Copco QAS28, (10) New Atlas Copco QAX24, (3) Coleman 250kw, Coleman 40kw, (2) 2002 Coleman 25kw, 2006-2005 Terex 145kw, 2005 Terex 105kw, (4) 2006 Terex 75kw, (4) 2005 Terex 60kw, (2) 2005 Terex 40kw, 2005 Terex 20kw, (2) 2002 Multiquip DCA70SSJU2, Multiquip 45kw, 2004 Multiquip DCA25USIC, 2006 IR G260, 2004 IR G25, (4) New 6800watt, (2) New 8000watt, (2) New 4000watt, (2) New 1250 watt, (3) 2003 Airman MSG25S, Whisper DCA25, Katu 83kw, 17 WATER PUMPS: (6) Sykes Ameripump 6in., Gorman Rupp 6in., 2006-(2) 2004 Wacker 4in., (5) 2005 Power Prime 8in., Global 6TAP-14 6in., Acme Dynamic 8oin., 45 LIGHT PLANTS: (2) 2000-1999 IR, (5) IR, (4) 2005-(3) 2003 Amida AL4060D4MH, (10) 2006-(8) 2005 Terex, (3) 2005-(2) 2004 Amida AL4060, (2) Genie TML4000N, (10) Allmand, 10 MESSAGE BOARDS: 2003 Amida, (9) 2005 Genie Detour Signs, 51 WELDERS: (2) Red-D-Arc 500amp, (8) 2002-(3) 2000-1999 Red-D-Arc 300amp, Red-D-Arc

300amp, (3) Miller 502D, Miller 500D, 2006 Miller Big Blue 500, (7) 2006 Miller BB500CCCV, (13) 2005 Miller 600500amp, (4) 2005 Miller 350amp, (3) 2006 Lincoln Vantage 500, Lincoln 350amp, Lincoln 300amp, Lincoln 250amp, STUMP GRINDERS: 2004 Vermeer SC252, WOOD CHIPPERS: Vermeer 18in., 3 AGRICULTURAL TRACTORS: 2007 Kubota M105S, NH 6640, NH 3930, UTILITY TRACTORS: NH TN60A, 4 LOADER LANDSCAPE TRACTORS: 2005-(3) 2004 Case 570MXT, COMMERCIAL MOWERS: Kubota ZD28-72, 14 SWEEPERS: (4) 2007-2005-2000 Laymor 8HC, Laymor 8HC, (4) 2006-(2) 2005 Broce RCT350, 2006 Broce BB250C, CRANE TRUCKS: 2004 Ford F750 w/ Terex Crane, 40 DUMP TRUCKS: 2007 Mack CV713 Granite (tri.), 2007 Mack CV713 (t/a), 2006 Mack Granite CV713 (t/a),(2) 2002-(3) 2000 Mack CH612 (tri.), 1994 Mack Cl Elite (tri.), (2) 2006 Peterbilt (t/a), (20) 2006 Kenworth T800 (tri.), (4) 2005 Kenworth (tri.), (2) 2005 Western Star (tri.), 2006 Sterling Acterra (s/a), (2) 1997 Ford A9513 (t/a), 16 TRUCK TRACTORS: 2010 Peterbilt 388 (tri.), 2006-2001 Peterbilt 379 (tri.), 2006-2003 Peterbilt 379 (t/a), 2006 Peterbilt 339 (t/a), 2006 Mack Granite CV713 (t/a), 2006 Mack CXN613 (t/a), 1999 Mack CH613 (t/a), (2) 2003-(2) 2002-2000 Mack CH612 (t/a), 1999 Int’l. 9400 (t/a), 2000 Sterling (t/a), ROLLBACK TRUCKS: 2007 Sterling LT8500 (t/a), 3 ROLLOFF TRUCKS: 2006 Volvo VHD (t/a), 1994 Mack DM690S (tri.), 1995 Kenworth T800 (t/a), 5 TOW TRUCKS: (2) 2006 Ford F550, (3) 2006 Ford F450, 2 ASPHALT TANK TRUCKS: 1988 Ford (s/a), 1984 Ford F700 (s/a), 3 STAKE TRUCKS: Ford F450XL, (2) 1998 Chevy C3500, 23 WATER TRUCKS: 2008-2007 Ford F750XLT (s/a), (3) 1999-1998-1996-1995 Freightliner FL70 (s/a), Ford L9000 (s/a), 1988 Ford F800 (s/a), 2007 Ford F750 (s/a), Ford F750, 2003 Ford F650, 20001999-1993 Mack (t/a), 1999 Freightliner FL70 (s/a), (4) 2000 IH 4700 (s/a), 1999-1998 GMC C7500 (s/a), 2 WATER TANKERS: Cat 769C, Volvo A30C, WATER TRAILERS: C&I 500gal., WATER TANK: Waterdua 500gal. w/ 2in. pump/ hose, SEPTIC TRUCKS: 1985 Mack RD686ST (t/a), 4 PICKUPS: 2002 Ford F250XL (4x4), 2007 Chevy 3500 (s/a), 2003 Chevy C2500, 2003 Chevy (4x4), 6 SERVICE TRUCKS: Peterbilt 359, (2) 2005 Ford F550 (s/a), 2000 Ford F450XL Super Duty (s/a), 1988 Ford LT9000 (t/a), 1999 Chevy C3500, 5 FUEL/ LUBE TRUCKS: (3) 2005 Ford F750 (s/a), Ford F700 (s/a), Chevy C70, 2 SUVS: (2) 2005 Ford Explorers, AMBULANCE: 1998 Ford, 2 RECREATIONAL/ UTILITY VEHICLES: (4) 2008 Cub Car, 2007 Bobcat 2200 (4x4), (2) 2005 EZ GO ST350G, MOTORCYCLES: 1995 Harley Davidson Sportster 1000cc Custom, ANTIQUE & COLLECTIBLE ITEMS/VEHICLES: New Black Enclosed Horse Drawn Hearse, White Mountain Ice Cream Maker powered by JD Gas engine-mtd. on (s/a) trailer, (2) O&S Cement Mixers, Cushman Engine, CONCRETE EQUIP.T: Edco Concrete Saws, (2) 2006 Stone Concrete Mixers, (3) 2005 Multiquip WBH16 Concrete Buggies, Concrete Pulverizer, Concrete Crunchers: (2) Atlas Copco CC550, TUGS: Mercury All Terrain Airport, 2 DUMP TRAILERS: (2) 2008 Lufkin 38ft. (t/a),Big Bee 6ft. x 12ft., 2 DUMP BODIES: 2006 Benson, 2006 R/S Body, 11 DETATCHABLE TRAILERS: (10) 2010 Witzco 50 & 35 ton, Trailking 55ton (tri.), 2 DETATCHABLE GOOSENECK TRAILERS: 2003 Trailking TK70HY Hydratail (t/a), Eager Beaver 35ton (t/a), 2 GOOSENECK TRAILERS: (2) 2009 Viking 35 ton (t/a), 4 EQUIPMENT TRAILERS: (2) 2009 Viking Fixed Gooseneck 35ton, 2005 Trailking TK70HT 35 ton (t/a), Big Ten 70EP1671 6ft. x 14ft. (t/a), 4 DROP DECK TRAILERS: (2) 2009 Transcraft 53ft. (ramps), 2008 Transcraft 48ft., 1999 Fontaine (t/a), 4 FLATBED TRAILERS: 2009 Transcraft 48ft. (t/a), 2005 Fontaine Nitro Stinger 275, 2005 Liddell 55 ton (tri.), Dorsey 48ft., 54 TAGALONG TRAILERS: 2003 Eager Beaver 10ton (t/a), (2) Unused Custom Built 7 ton (t/a), 2007 Imperial (tri.), Sparks 4,000lb. (s/a), 5 UTILITY TRAILERS: JTFA12 5ft. x 12ft., (3) JTFA 5ft. x 10ft., High Box 6ft.x12ft., 20 CONTAINERS: (10) 40ft. Storage, (10) 20ft. Storage, ATTACHMENTS: Excavators:Qty. Unused Bodine Thumbs & Grapples, 60ft.-55ft. Sticks for Cat 330CL/DL, Crusher for Cat-Hitachi-Kobelco, Unused 80in.-76in.53in.-63in.-36in. Buckets, Plate Compactors, 2010 Grizzly Thumbs, Hydraulic Hammers: NPK, Indeco, Bobcat, Atlas Copco, Rockram, Dynatec,Tramac, Kent, Unused Rippers, Unused Standard Sticks, Unused Grapples, Unused Crushers, Loaders: Unused 80in.-73in. Buckets, Backhoes: Allied Breaker, Demec Compactor, 4-in-1 Buckets, Skid Steers: New BBuilt Buckets-Bale Spikes-Brush Cutters-Hydra Booms, Augers, Versatech Hay Spears-Brush Grapples-Root GrapplesBackhoes-Mount Plates, Blue Diamond Pallet Forks-Rock Bucket-Manure Fork, Bobcat Trenchers – 4 in 1 buckets-landscape rakes-forestry cutter, Cat 4 in 1 buckets-trencher, Pallet Forks, Auger Drill, Tree Shears, Kent Hammers, Bobcat Pan Brooms, Rock Trencher, Forklifts: (6) Sets of Forks, Haul Truck parts: Tailgates for Case 325, Tractors: Rotary Cutters, Spreaders, Box Blades, Finishing mowers, Post Hole Diggers, Harley Debris Picker Beach Cleaner, SUPPORT EQUIPMENT: (2) Wacker Plate Compactors, Concrete Saws, Grinders, Rammers, Paving Breakers, Qty. Wacker Pumps, Plate Compactors, Blowers, Chipping Hammers, Concrete Mixers, Tampers, Cat Top Links, Impact Wrenches, Binders, Universal Seats, Chains, Shop presses, Air Compressors, Hose Reels, oxygen/ Acetylene Hoses, Rotary Cutter Blades, Drop Hammer, Winches, Ratchets, Battery Chargers, Shovels, Sockets, marking Paint, Come-A-Longs, Pressure Washers, Welding/ Cutting torches, Survey Tape, Hitches, Tricycles, Wagons, Weedeaters, Tool Boxes, Cases of Anti-Freeze, Jumper Cables,TIRES: Qty. Backhoe-Grader and Skid Steer Tires, Large Qty. New tires for Telescopic Forklifts, Loaders – some on rims. FLORIDA AUCTIONEER LICENSE: #AU 0001548, FLORIDA LICENSE: #AB-1091. SALE SITE PHONE: (407) 239-2700. FAX: (407) 239-0068.

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ALEX LYON & SON AUCTIONEERS www.lyonauction.com Phone: 315-633-2944 • Tampa, FL Sat., January 30, 2010 For: Complete Liquidation of Briggs Equipment. Construction, Support Equipment, Vehicles, Office Equipment • Kissimmee, FL., Jan. 30 thru February 7, 2010 For: Annual 8 Day Sale of the Latest & Greatest Construction, Aerials, Forklifts, Cranes, Truck Tractors, Dump Trucks and All Types of Trailers and Support Equipment — THE REAL SALE! • Dallas, TX Wed., February 24, 2010 For: Late Model Construction, Aerial, Forklifts, Support Equipment, Trucks & Trailers • Greensboro, NC Fri., February 26, 2010 For: Very Large Complete Liquidation Earthmoving, Support Equipment, Trucks & Trailers • Syracuse, NY Thurs., March 4, 2010 For: Complete Liquidation of Major Trucking Company. Truck Tractors, Trailers, Support Equipment • Queretero, Mexico Fri., March 5, 2010 For: Large Construction, Aerial Equipment, Support Equipment & More. • Cleveland, OH Sat, March 6, 2010 For: Complete Liquidation Dump Trucks, Truck Tractors, Support and Construction Equipment • Houston, TX Wed., March 24, 2010 For: Rental Fleet Construction, Support, Aerials, Forklifts, Trucks & Trailers

• Middletown (Florida), NY DATE TBA For: Rental Fleet Construction Equipment, Support, Aerial Lifts, Trucks & Trailers • Scranton, PA DATE TBA For: Late Model Truck Wreckers, Truck Tractors, Van Trailers, Enormous Amounts of Take Out Engines, etc

RITCHIE BROS. AUCTIONEERS www.rbauction.com Phone: 402-421-2631

• Statesville, NC March 23, 2010

• Panama City, Panama February 2, 2010 • Phoenix, AZ February 2-3, 2010 • Hyderabad, India February 3, 2010 • Las Vegas, NV February 5, 2010 • Torreon, Mexico February 10, 2010 • Tipton, CA February 12, 2010 • Rome, Italy February 13, 2010 • Orlando, FL February 15-20, 2010 Annual Florida Auction • Moerdijk, The Netherlands February 24-26, 2010 • Ft. Worth, TX February 25-26, 2010 • Los Angeles, CA March 1-2, 2010 • Dubai, UAE March 1-3, 2010

• Monterey, Mexico Fri., April 9, 2010 For: Large Complete Liquidation of Construction, Aerial Equipment, Support and More

• Polotitlan, Mexico March 5, 2010

• Aguascalientes, Mexico Fri., April 23, 2010 For: Large Construction, Aerial Equipment, Support Equipment & More Auction. • Newark, NJ DATE TBA For: Rental Fleet Construction Equipment, Aerial Lifts, Trucks & Trailers

• Caorso, Italy March 18, 2010 • Montreal, QC, CAN March 18-19, 2010

• Toronto, ONT, CAN March 2-3, 2010

• Bangor, ME Fri., April 23, 2010 For: Late Model Construction, Aerial Lift, Forklift, Truck & Trailer Auction

• Geelong, VIC, Australia March 18, 2010

• Detroit, MI DATE TBA For: Complete Liquidation of Construction and Support Equipment.

• Atlantic City, NJ Thurs.-Sat, March 25-27, 2010 For: Annual 3 Day Construction, Aerial, Forklift, Support, Truck & Trailer Auction

• Manassas, VA Fri., April 16, 2010 For: Late Model Cat & John Deere Earthmoving Equipment, Trucks & Trailers

Coming Auctions

• Olympia, WA March 4-5, 2010

• St. Aubin Sur Gallion, France March 5, 2010 • Sacramento, CA March 8-9, 2010

• Minneapolis, MN March 19, 2010 • Albuquerque, NM March 23, 2010

• Chilliwack, BC, CAN March 24, 2010 • Hartford, CT March 24, 2010 • Houston, TX March 24, 2010 • London, ONT, CAN March 25, 2010 • Atlanta, GA March 25-26, 2010 • Jackson, MS March 29, 2010 • Kansas City, MO March 30, 2010 • Regina, SK, CAN March 30, 2010 • Northeast, MD March 30-31, 2010 • Grand Prairie, AB, CAB April 14-15, 2010

• Chicago, IL March 11-12, 2010

• Sebring, FL Saturday, May 15, 2010 • Sebring, FL Saturday, July 17, 2010 • Sebring, FL Saturday, September 18, 2010 GLOBAL FORCE AUCTION GROUP www.gforceauction.com Phone: 877-631-0650 • Winchester, VA Fri., January 29, 2010 For: Virginia Contractor and Truck Auction • West Friendship, MD Sat., February 27, 2010 For: Maryland Contractor and Truck Auction IRAY AUCTIONS www.iraymn.com Phone: 320-968-7230 • Foley, MN Fri., March 5, 2010 • Portage, WI Fri., April 16, 2010 • Foley, MN Fri., June 4, 2010

• Salt Lake City, UT April 22, 2010

• Portage, WI Fri., July 16, 2010

• Detroit, MI May 5, 2010

• Foley, MN Fri., September 17, 2010

• Pittsburgh, PA May 20, 2010

• Portage, WI Fri., October 15, 2010

DAVIS AUCTIONS www.davisauctionsinc.com Phone: 203-758-4087 • Prospect, CT Sat., January 30, 2010 For: Quinnipiac Commission Auction DEANCO AUCTIONS www.deancoauction.com Phone: 601-656-9768

• Nashville, TN March 16, 2010

• Dothan, AL Thurs. — Sat., January 28-30, 2010 For: 13th Annual Huge 3-Day Farm and Construction Equipment Auction

• Denver, CO March 16-17, 2010

• Philadelphia, MS Wed. - Fri., March 24-26, 2010

• Columbus, OH March 17, 2010

• Philadelphia, MS Wed. - Thurs., May 26-27, 2010

• St. Louis, MO March 18, 2010

• Philadelphia, MS Thurs., July 15, 2010

• Brisbane, QLD, Australia March 16, 2010

• Sebring, FL Saturday, March 13, 2010

• Moncofa, Spain April 15, 2010

• Edmonton, AB, CAN March 10-12, 2010 • Ocana, Spain March 11-12, 2010

INSIGHT AUCTIONEERS www.insightauction.com Phone: 863-386-1225

MARTIN & MARTIN AUCTIONEERS, INC. www.mmaauction.com Phone: 864-947-7888 • Aiken, SC Wed. February 3, 2010 For: Construction Equipment, Trucks & Trailers • Pelzer, SC Wed.-Thurs., March 17-18, 2010 For: Annual Spring Contractors Auction • Pelzer, SC Wed.-Thurs., June 2-3, 2010 For: Annual Summer Contractors Auction PETROWSKY AUCTIONEERS INC. www.petrowskyauctioneers.com Phone: 860-642-4200 • North Franklin, CT Fri. & Sat., January 29-30, 2010 For: Construction, Earthmoving & Paving Equipment, Trucks & Trailers, Contractor Support, AG, Landscape & Manufacturing Equipment PURPLE WAVE AUCTION www.purplewave.com Phone: 866-608-9283 NO RESERVE ONLINE AUCTION Bidding starts to close at 10:00 AM CST, January 21, 2010 RITCHASON AUCTIONEERS INC. www.ritchason.com Phone: 800-806-3395 • Lebanon, TN Sat., March 13, 2010 For: 21st Annual Spring Auction • Lebanon, TN Sat., June 19, 2010 • Lebanon, TN Sat., September 18, 2010 • Lebanon, TN Sat., December 11, 2010

• Foley, MN Fri., December 3, 2010 IRON PLANET AUCTIONS www.ironplanet.com Phone: 888-433-5426 ONLINE AUCTIONS Go to www.ironplanet.com to view the complete auction schedules, inspection reports and to place your bid! • Thurs. & Fri., January 28-29, 2010 For: Construction Equipment • Thurs. February 4, 2010 For: Construction Equipment MANHEIM AUCTIONS www.manheimauctions.com Phone: 863-607-5440 • Lakeland, FL Fri., February 19, 2010 For: Late Model Construction Equipment, Trucks & Trailers

TAMPA MACHINERY AUCTION, INC. www.tmauction.com Phone: 813-986-2485 • Tampa, FL Sat., February 13, 2010 • Tampa, FL Sat., March 13, 2010 • Tampa, FL Sat., April 10, 2010 • Tampa, FL Sat., May 8, 2010 • Tampa, FL Sat., June 12, 2010

• Tampa, FL Sat., November 13, 2010 • Tampa, FL Sat., December 11, 2010

MEEKINS AUCTION COMPANY www.meekinsauction.com Phone: 800-499-6560 • Rocky Mount, NC Thurs., February 4, 2010 For: Absolute (Unreserved) Auction for AB Rose General Contractors

UTILITY AUCTIONS www.utilityauctions.net Phone: 302-530-9103 • Wilmington, DE Fri., February 26, 2010 For: Construction, Utility & Forestry Auction

VAUGHAN AUCTION GROUP www.vaughanauctiongroup.com Phone: 903-873-6777 • Wills Point, TX Thurs., February 4, 2010 For: Winter Contractor s Public Auction

WESTERN CONSTRUCTION AUCTIONS INC. www.wca-online.com Phone: 760-731-7760 • Perris, CA Fri., February 12, 2010 For: Construction Equipment • Larchwood, IA Sat., March 13, 2010 For: Construction Equipment

WOLFE INDUSTRIAL AUCTIONS, INC. www.wolfeauctions.com Phone: 800-443-9580 • Romney, W VA Fri., March 6, 2010 For: South Branch Construction • York Springs, PA Fri., March 12, 2010 For: Southern PA Contractors Auction • New Freedom, PA Fri., March 18, 2010 For: Farm Equip Auction • Frederick, MD Fri., April 23, 2010 For: MidAtlantic Contractors Auction

• Tampa, FL Sat., July 10, 2010

YODER & FREY AUCTIONEERS, INC. www.yoderandfrey.com Phone: 419-865-3990

• Tampa, FL Sat., August 14, 2010

• Tampa, FL January 29, 2010

• Tampa, FL Sat., September 11, 2010

• Kissimmee, FL Feb 8 —Feb. 16, 2010 36th Annual Kissimmee, FL Auction

• Tampa, FL Sat., October 9, 2010


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Streamlined Schedule to Mark Rental Show in February 2010 The Rental Show returns to Orlando, Fla., in February with a condensed and revamped schedule, plus two new educational programs among the changes for 2010. The show is Feb. 7 to 10 at the Orange County Convention Center. Highlights of the new schedule include: • Three days of trade show, with exhibits open on Feb. 8 from 11:30 a.m. to 6 p.m., Feb. 9 from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. and Feb. 10 from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. A special First-Time Exhibitor Pavilion will be located in a central area of the show floor. • Two new full-day, specialized Business Management Series workshops on Feb. 7 – Extreme Leadership at Work and Beyond with business leadership expert Steve Farber and How to Increase Your Company’s Bankability, Performance and Value with long-time Show financial speaker Carl Forssen. • Events & Tents, the only educational program specifically for party and event rental professionals, on Feb. 7. • Keynote session on Feb. 8 with Pat Williams of the Orlando Magic presenting “Creating Quality: 10 Keys to Creating a Quality Organization.” The keynote also will include the Rental Hall of Fame induction, ARA volunteer awards and an industry

update. • Educational seminars the mornings of Feb. 9 and 10. • New networking opportunities including regional breakfasts and a social hour on the trade show floor, both on Feb. 8. • A special evening at Universal Studios Florida on Feb. 9 featuring a “New York Street Party” for attendees and exhibitors. New registration options also are available for the 2010 Show. ARA general member businesses that have never had personnel attend The Rental Show can attend for a special rate of $99 per person for full registration (which includes the trade show, educational seminars and the keynote session), available through Jan. 29. The discount rate for full registration, available through Dec. 7, is $150 per person for ARA general members and $250 for prospective members. The rates increase by $100 for advance registration, available Dec. 8 through Jan. 29. In addition, a new deferred payment option also is available for members and prospective members. Fifty percent of the total registration fee is charged upon registration, with the remaining 50 percent charged to a credit card on Jan. 7. For more information, visit www.TheRentalShow.com. ONE OWNER ABSOLUTE (UNRESERVED) AUCTION

THURSDAY, FEB. 4TH, 2010 @ 8:30 AM FEATURING EQUIPMENT FROM

AB ROSE GENERAL CONTRACTORS, INC

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Sale Site: 430 S WESLEYAN BLVD, ROCKY MOUNT, NC 27803 Auctioneer Note: After 57 years in the construction business, Mr. Albert Rose, owner of AB Rose General Contractors, Inc has decided to retire. AB Rose General (2) 2005 DEERE 550J LGP DOZERS Contractors has maintained all their equip(667 & 2623 HRS ment and trucks over the years and they are in “job ready” condition. From heavy equipment, trucks, or to commercial lawn maintenance equipment, this auction will have some quality one owner equipment up for sale.

(4) LATE MODEL JOHN DEERE COMMERCIAL LAWN MOWERS

CONSTRUCTION EQUIPMENT 2007 JOHN DEERE 410J (4X4) LOADER BACKHOE, 598 hrs; 2004 JOHN DEERE 410G (4X4) LOADER BACKHOE, 1597 hrs; (2) 2005 JOHN DEERE 550J LGP CRAWLER DOZERS, 667hrs, 2623 hrs; 1997 JOHN DEERE 690ELC HYDRAULIC EXCA VATOR; JOHN DEERE 755A CRAWLER LOADER; JOHN DEERE 644D WHEEL LOADER;

JOHN DEERE 210C SKIP LOADER; 2007 SAKAI SV400D VIBRATORY SMOOTH DRUM COMPACTOR, 261 hrs; DYNAPAC CA15 VIBRATORY SMOOTH DRUM COMPACTOR; FIATALLIS FG75 MOTORGRADER; RAMMAX P33/24 WALK-BEHIND TRENCH COM PACTOR; 1997 VERMEER V-3550A TRENCHER; 1997 VERMEER BC1230 PORTABLE BRUSH CHIPPER; CAT V50B (5,000LB) INDUSTRIAL FORKLIFT TRUCK; INGERSOLL-RAND GRR160 PORTABLE AIR COMPRESSOR; JOHN DEERE 4020 AGRICUL TURAL TRACTOR; 2002 NEW HOLLAND 3010 UTILITY TRACTOR; 2001 MASSEY FERGUSON 241 UTILITY TRACTOR; 1986 MASSEY FERGU SON 250 UTILITY TRACTOR; MASSEY FERGU SON 135 AGRICULTURAL TRACTOR COMMERCIAL LAWM MOWERS 2008 JOHN DEERE 997 Z TRAK; 2008 JOHN DEERE Z830A Z TRAK PRO DECK; 2007 JOHN DEERE 1445 SERIES II FRONT MOWER; 2007 JOHN DEERE 1445 SERIES II FRONT MOWER

TRANSPORTATION EQUIPMENT 1984 MACK R686ST (T/A) DAY 2007 DEERE 410J (4X4), 2004 DEERE CAB TRUCK TRACTOR; 1987 410G (4X4) LOADER BACKHOES CHEVROLET KODIAK (T/A) DUMP (598 & 1598 HRS) TRUCK; TRANSPORT 35-TON (T/A) LOWBOY TRAILER; 1984 GMC TOPKICK 7000 (S/A) FLATBED DUMP TRUCK; 1999 CHEVRO LET STEP VAN; 1994 CHEVROLET STEP VAN; 2007 CHEVROLET 2500 SERVICE/UTILITY VAN; 1996 CHEVROLET CHEVY VAN 30 CARGO VAN; 1998 GMC C7500 (S/A) DUMP TRUCK MACK R686ST DAY CAB, TRANSPORT 35-TON OTHER ITEMS TO INCLUDE: Tag/Equipment Trailers, Fuel/Water Trailers, Pickups, Service/Utility Vans, Attachments, Welding Equipment, Generators, Agricultural Field Equipment, Shop Equipment, Lawn Maintenance Equipments, Contractor Accessories, much, much, more (See Website (2) 280 GALLON PORTABLE for full listings with pictures and descriptions: FUEL TRAILERS www.meekinsauction.com)

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E ONLIN G N I BIDD LE B A AVA I L 2007 SAKAI SV400D VIBRATORY (261 HRS)

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can say confidently what’s going on,” observed Utt. “A lot of people are cherrypicking good deals out of foreclosures so a lot of the market has been distorted by a fairly significant drop in prices. You have some swings up and down due almost entirely to tax credits. There is still a long way to go before we see a legitimate recovery, where people are confident it is a good time to buy without any subsidies.” The booming housing market of recent years was encouraged by the quasi-governmental agencies Fannie Mae (Federal National Mortgage Association) and Freddie Mac (Federal Home Loan Mortgage Corporation). Their subprime programs opened the door for many homeowners. However, many of the high-risk loans — which were fostered by these agencies with congressional support — ultimately were defaulted upon. That led to the collapse of 2008. Another agency, the Federal Housing Administration, also has been affected. FHA officials announced last fall that the agency’s reserves have fallen below legal limits because of bad loans, which could mean higher interest rates on FHA mortgages. Clearly, there is plenty of bad paper still

clogging the system. Though supportive of the various “proactive solutions put into place” by Washington leadership, LendingTree’s Findlay sees an unwanted dynamic in at least one artificial stimulant. “Underlying the entire problem is that the Fed [Federal Reserve] today is the only buyer of mortgage-backed securities,” he said. “The government is synthetically driving down the rates by purchasing those securities.” When Fed officials quit buying, “the spread on mortgage-backed securities will widen. Still, you want to get the government out of the business of buying those securities. Let investors buy them. Unfortunately, concerns about defaults won’t let investors risk it at this time.” Findlay noted the Federal Reserve also is using a monetary policy called quantitative easing in which, with interest rates already close to zero, the agency tries to increase money supply by artificially buying financial assets from banks. The hope is to spur lending. “Basically, the policy synthetically drives down rates,” he said. “All of these factors are synthetic, created by the Fed to drive down rates to a level where consumers

will want to buy again. But you can’t do that forever.” Findlay said that LendingTree and similar companies are keeping an eye on new housing starts, with the latest hard data expected Jan. 20. “All of those materials in a house have to be constructed, so housing starts have a large impact on GDP and local economies and create jobs. We are very closely monitoring that.” Utt believes the situation has about bottomed out. The Heritage Foundation researcher actually sees potential for a housing surge. “We still need housing prices to come down to an affordable level. More people will buy when prices bear a normal relationship to incomes,” he said. “But we’ve probably reached the bottom. We also probably will stay at the bottom for a while, till people are convinced the economy really is strengthened. “When confidence does turn around, I wouldn’t be surprised if you see a fairly significant surge in home purchases. There will be a once-in-a-lifetime price discount in housing. For $250,000, a consumer might be able to buy a house that sold for $450,000 two years ago. It will be a moment of afford-

able housing that might not last for long.” No one is willing to predict just when a genuine rebound in housing fortunes will happen. Crowe said builders should be “cautious.” “I would just say that this will be a very slow recovery and builders need to be very cautious about getting too far ahead,” said the Home Builders association economist. “The ones who have survived this far are being very cautious and careful.” He said a lack of financial liquidity is worsening the situation. “Builders are sort of being restricted even more than they would do on their own because of the inaccessibility of funds for building, for production of materials. If we get a really large housing demand, some builders are going to find it difficult to respond.” Unfortunately, he doesn’t expect the bank loan situation to change any time soon. “I don’t see an immediate solution. That is another thing the government is trying to do and needs to do.” (This story also can be found on Construction Equipment Guide’s Web site at www.constructionequipmentguide.com.) CEG


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Link-Belt Promotes Kabalen to Marketing Communications Mgr. Bruce Kabalen has been promoted to manager, marketing communications effective Jan. 1, 2010. Bill Stramer, vice president, marketing, sales and customer support, made the announcement at LinkBelt’s headquarters in Lexington, Ky. Kabalen has spent 12 years in the marketing communications department. Beginning in 1999, he and his team created Link-Belt Preferred, a comprehensive customer information web portal. Kabalen has been a major contributor to Link-Belt’s promotional events including multiple ConExpos and CraneFests, international events like Bauma, and tradeshows in the UK and Russia. His new responsibilities include oversight of advertising, publications, public relations and training. “Due to Bruce’s strong contributions to our past marketing efforts and his previous background, he is well suited for not only maintaining our current high level of execution, but taking it to new levels,” said Stramer. For more information, visit Bruce Kabalen has been promoted to manager, marketing communications. www.linkbelt.com.

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ADVERTISER INDEX ALEX LYON & SON INC TAMPA FL ...................................................................................69 KISSIMMEE FL......................................................................70-71 ARROW EQUIPMENT INC.............................................................35 ASC CONSTRUCTION EQUIPMENT USA ...........................3,44,80 BARGAINS .....................................................................................66 BEASLEY FOREST PRODUCTS...................................................21 BENCH MARK TOOL & SUPPLY...................................................36 BLANCHARD MACHINERY INC ...................................................6,7 BOBCAT CAROLINA’S ...................................................................39 BOBCAT COMPANY.......................................................................28 BOMAG...........................................................................................51 CEDARAPIDS INC .........................................................................52 CEG SCALE MODELS ...................................................................22 CLASSIFIEDS............................................................................64,65 CLEVELAND BROTHERS EQUIPMENT CO.................................10 CONSTRUCTION EQUIPMENT GUIDE CEG AUCTION BANNER PROMO.............................................76 CEG WANTED ............................................................................67 EXCAVATORS & ATTACHMENTS PROMO ...............................42 WE DO TRADE SHOWS ............................................................55 SHOPPING FOR USED EQUIPMENT .......................................18 FELLING EW SLEEPER & MIDCO TESTIMONIALS.................30 DOOSAN INFRACORE AMERICA.................................................61 DOOSAN INFRACORE AMERICA CORP......................................27 DOUGHERTY EQUIPMENT COMPANY........................................37 DYNAPAC .......................................................................................49 E D ETNYRE & CO ........................................................................44 ERB EQUIPMENT CO....................................................................15 ESCO CORP ..................................................................................56 GATORBACK TRACKS & EQUIPMENT ..........................................9 GEITH INC......................................................................................12 GOMACO CORP ............................................................................46 HALE TRAILER BRAKE & WHEEL................................................13 HAROLD HOWELL CONSTRUCTION...........................................14 HYDRAULICIRCUIT TECHNOLOGY .............................................14 HYPAC/HYSTER CO......................................................................52 HYUNDAI CONSTRUCTION EQUIPMENT ...................................63 IRON PLANET ONLINE AUCTION......................................................................74 JCB INC ..........................................................................................29

JFW EQUIPMENT INC ...................................................................48 JJ SCHECKEL CORP.....................................................................14 JOHN DEERE SKID STEER ..........................................................58 LEEBOY..........................................................................................54 LLOYD MEEKINS & SONS AUCTION CO LUMBERTON NC........................................................................73 M D MOODY & SONS INC...............................................................5 MANHEIM AUCTION ......................................................................77 MARTIN & MARTIN AIKEN, SC ..................................................................................73 NATIONAL ATTACHMENTS ...........................................................17 NEWTON CROUCH INC ................................................................23 PALADIN HEAVY CONSTRUCTION..............................................60 PINNACLE CENTRAL CO..............................................................32 POWER EQUIPMENT CO..............................................................12 RING POWER CRANE...................................................................19 RITCHIE BROS. AUCTIONEERS ORLANDO FL ...............................................................................2 ROAD BUILDERS MACHINERY ....................................................21 ROADTEC ......................................................................................45 ROSCO MFG CO ...........................................................................48 RSC EQUIPMENT RENTAL ...........................................................21 SAKAI AMERICA INC .....................................................................53 SAND SCIENCE .............................................................................17 SOUTHEASTERN EQUIPMENT CORP.........................................17 SOUTHERN SHOWS .....................................................................23 STAFFORD ................................................................................40,41 STONE CONSTRUCTION EQUIPMENT .......................................52 TAKEUCHI ......................................................................................26 TAMPA MACHINERY AUCTION TAMPA FL ...................................................................................77 TEREX TRUCKS ............................................................................28 TRACTOR TRACS INC ..................................................................56 TRENCH SHORING SERVICES ....................................................19 UNITED RENTALS OF FLORIDA ..................................................33 VOLVO COMPACTION...................................................................47 VOLVO CONSTRUCTION EQUIPMENT .......................................79 YANMAR AMERICA........................................................................57 YODER & FREY AUCTIONEERS KISSIMMEE FL ...........................................................................75 ZANETIS POWER ATTACHMENTS...............................................25

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