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ELFA Reveals 2013’s Trends in Acquisition

When Digging a Ditch Won’t Work…8

The Cliffs at Mountain Park Golf Course is in the final stages of grassing and is expected to open in the fall of 2013.

Martin & Martin Founder Dies…26

S.C. Golf Course Built to High Environmental Specifications By Cindy Riley CEG CORRESPONDENT

Vol vo Earns I nnova tion Award …3 4

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Situated on the banks of the North Saluda River, The Cliffs at Mountain Park Golf Course will showcase the area’s natural beauty while incorporating the highest environmental standards when it opens next year. Located in Traveler’s Rest, S.C., the recently completed, Gary Player-designed 18-hole golf course is part of the 5,000-acre Mountain Park private residential community on the southernmost edge of the Blue Ridge Mountains. “Designing and building a golf course is much more complex than people might think,” said Scott Ferrell, president of Gary Player Design. “The fundamental key is putting together an experienced team with the client and establishing a vision for all to follow. There are so many technical issues, starting with routing the golf course on a given piece of land properly, to gradsee GOLF page 40

Business Calendar ........28 Paving Section ........45-57

The Equipment Leasing and Finance Association (ELFA), which represents the $725 billion equipment finance sector, revealed its Top 10 Equipment Acquisition Trends for 2013 on Jan. 14. Given that every year U.S. businesses, nonprofits and government agencies spend in excess of $1.2 trillion in capital goods or fixed business investment (including software), financing more than half of those assets, these trends impact a significant portion of the U.S. economy. Businesses considering acquiring equipment this year will consider numerous end-user benefits while weighing continued uncertainty related to economic conditions and fiscal policies. ELFA President and CEO William G. Sutton said, “Equipment acquisition plays a critical role in driving the supply chains across all U.S. manufacturing and service sectors. We have distilled recent research data, including the Equipment Leasing & Finance Foundation’s 2013 Equipment Leasing & Finance U.S. Economic Outlook Report and U.S. Equipment Finance Market Study 2012-2013, industry participants’ expertise, and member input from ELFA meetings and conferences to provide our best insight for the top 10 Equipment Acquisition Trends for 2013.” see ELFA page 24

Construction Sector Adds 30,000 Jobs in Dec.

Parts Section ............59-60 Auction Company Profiles Section ......................63-81 Advertisers Index ..........82

Construction employers added 30,000 jobs in December while the industry’s unemployment rate hit 13.5 percent, according to an analysis of new federal data released Jan. 4 by the Associated General Contractors of America. Association officials noted that the

monthly increase was the largest in nearly two years, driven primarily by increases in private sector demand for construction. “Resurgent demand for new housing construction and modest growth in private commercial construction are helping create some

new construction jobs,” said Ken Simonson, the association’s chief economist. “Now that the threat of the fiscal cliff has been — temporarily — relieved, construction employment should continue to slowly rise in 2013.” Construction firms employed

5.564 million people in December, up from 5.534 million in November, Simonson noted, an increase of 0.5 percent. However, the sector's overall employment in December was only 18,000, or 0.3 percent, higher than one year earlisee EMPLOYMENT page 67


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USED EQUIPMENT Doug Wilson 704-562-2032

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2006 VOLVO EC160B LC, 1637 Hrs ..$93,600 2006 VOLVO EC140B LC, 2725 Hrs ..$84,000 2008 VOLVO EC160CL, 2019 Hrs ....$138,000 2008 VOLVO EC460CL, 5818 Hrs ....$240,000

Motor Graders 2008 VOLVO G940, 1945 Hrs ........$175,000

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2011 Volvo L60F, 1141 hrs, $150,000

2008 VOLVO A30E, 3924 Hrs ........$312,000 2011 VOLVO A30E, 2381 Hrs ........$396,000 (7) 2011 VOLVO A30F, 1732-2337 Hrs ........ ..............................$408,000-$414,000 (3) 2011 VOLVO A35F, 2045-2478 Hrs ........ ......................................$492,000 Ea. (7) 2010 VOLVO A40E, 1417-2876 Hrs ........ ..............................$460,000-$474,000 (8) 2011 VOLVO A40E, 2586-2971 Hrs ........ ..............................$492,000-$510,000 2007 VOLVO A40E FS, 5543 Hrs ....$414,000 (11) 2011 VOLVO A40F, 1386-4348 Hrs........ ..............................$540,000-$588,000 (3) 2007 VOLVO T450D, 1354-1632 Hrs ...... ......................................$300,000 Ea.

Padfoot 2011 Volvo L150G, 2044 hrs, $342,000

2006 INGERSOLL RAND SD122F, 1082 Hrs .. ............................................$97,000

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(24) 2008–2011 Volvo A40E, 1417-6741 hrs, $315,000-$510,000

Smooth Drum 2010 VOLVO DD112HF, 1675 Hrs....$108,000 2008 VOLVO DD118HF, 1797 Hrs....$114,000 2008 VOLVO DD90HF, 730 Hrs ......$120,000

Trucks 2006 VOLVO A30D, 5622 Hrs ........$190,000

2007 Volvo A25D, 5400 hrs, New 5000 gallon tank $230,000

Wheel Loaders 2010 VOLVO EW180C, 2034 Hrs ....$180,000 (2) 2011 VOLVO EW180C, 1341-2208 Hrs .... ......................................$204,000 Ea. 2009 VOLVO L150F, 4441 Hrs........$260,000 2010 VOLVO L90F, 2841 Hrs ........$174,000 2011 VOLVO L60F, 1141 Hrs ........$150,000 2011 VOLVO L150G, 2111 Hrs ......$342,000 2011 VOLVO L70F, 2851 Hrs ........$150,000 2009 VOLVO L70F, 6655 Hrs ........$126,000 2007 VOLVO L70F, 5932 Hrs ........$132,000 2007 VOLVO L70E, 3171 Hrs ........$120,000 2005 VOLVO L70E, 2647 Hrs ........$107,500 2011 VOLVO L110F, 3164 Hrs........$210,000 2010 VOLVO L180F, 1632 Hrs........$300,000 2011 VOLVO L35ZD, 675 Hrs ..........$78,000

(3) 2007 Volvo T450D, 1354-1632 hrs, $300,000 Ea.

2009 Volvo L150F, 4409 hrs, $260,000


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WHEN DIGGING A DITCH THE OLD-FASHIONED WAY WON’T WORK

Loudoun Water in Loudoun County, Va., saw a money making opportunity in treated wastewater that was untapped.

BILOXI BOASTS $80M IN ONGOING PROJECTS; MORE ON THE WAY

Three projects — a new hotel tower at Hard Rock Casino in East Biloxi, Beauvoir Library in West Biloxi and Santa Maria del Mar apartments in North Biloxi — account for 80 percent of the current spending.

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VA. GOV. MCDONNELL: REPLACE GAS TAX FOR $3.1B ROADS PLAN Gov. Bob McDonnell on Jan. 8 proposed a five-year, $3.1 billion transportation funding package that includes replacing the state’s gasoline tax with a sales tax increase of nearly a penny on the dollar.

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GEORGE MARTIN, FOUNDER OF MARTIN & MARTIN AUCTIONEERS INC., DIES AT 68 Mr. Martin also was a longtime board member of First Citizens Bank Advisory Board.

CALIFORNIA CAN LEARN FROM CLEANUP OF KIWI EARTHQUAKE

Three demolition contractors who have been cleaning up the deadly 2011 earthquake in Christchurch, New Zealand, will give their first-hand descriptions of how the demolition industry has responded to the disaster.

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The 190 hp (141.6 kW) Cummins diesel engine Ditch Witch JT4020 AT pulled back the two pipes with ease. The 20 in. (50.8 cm) casing pipe pullback through solid rock took approximately 6 hours while the 16 in. (40.6 cm) carrier pipe pullback inside the casing pipe was finished in 2 hours.

The small footprint and the 40,000 lb. pull back of the Ditch Witch JT4020 all terrain (AT) was ideal for the narrow job site. With high drilling torque and unique rod within rod technology, the Ditch Witch JT4020 AT drills and steers simultaneously through rock, performing the same bores as larger class drills.

When Digging a Ditch the Old-Fashioned Way Won’t Work Loudoun Water in Loudoun County, Va., saw a money making opportunity in treated wastewater that was untapped. A large customer base in the market for reclaimed water to cool data centers economically seemed like the perfect project for the Broad Run Water Reclamation Facility. But, how do you put a 16 in. (40.6 cm) carrier pipe into a 20 in. (50.8 cm) casing pipe in 870 ft. (265 m) of solid rock, with limited accessibility, around a crowded intersection of busy Loudoun County, and without disturbing a historic biking trail when digging a ditch or trenching won’t work? The underground trenchless solution: the right pipe, the right contractor and the right machine. Woodlawn Construction began directionally drilling rock with the help of Ditch Witch of Virginia in 1999 through installing telecommunication systems. Woodlawn Construction owner Phillip Staples purchased a third Ditch Witch rock directional drill from Ditch Witch of Virginia in early 2012 for a difficult project outside Leesburg, Va. This 860 ft. (262 m) bore went under Goose Creek in solid blue stone rock, but was not a problem for the Ditch Witch JT4020 all terrain (AT) directional drill or the experienced Woodlawn Construction crew led by drill foreman Matt Martin. After the Goose Creek job, Woodlawn Construction searched for bores in

Water to build a reuse water distribution system. To date, some 21,000 ft. (6,400 m) of 12 and 16 in. (30.5 and 40.6 cm) reclaimed water mains are in place. Other existing pieces of the system were installed by traditional trench excavation with road crossings by jack and bore. Loudoun Water faced challenges with this particular stretch of pipe, including limited work area, a bike

trail crossing, an active roadway, solid rock and the difficult task of pulling two pipes. The Ditch Witch JT4020 AT “machine sealed the deal with trenchless feasibility,” said Ralph Welliver, project engineer of Loudoun Water. Normally 80,000-100,000 lb. pull back class drills bore water reclaims, but the small footprint and the 40,000 lb. pull back of the JT4020 AT was ideal for the narrow job site. With high drilling torque and unique rod within rod technology, the Ditch Witch

While HDPE had been the norm in the water and sewer industry, the fusible, gasket-free and leak-free PVC pipe from Underground Solutions Inc. was ideal for this rock bore.

increased length and diameter to utilize the JT4020 AT to full potential. The dual pipe, water reclaim rock job for Loudoun Water presented the ideal challenge. The Job The 870 ft. (265 m) bore by Woodlawn Construction is part of an ongoing initiative by Loudoun

The Northern Virginia Regional Park Authority, owners of the 45-mi. multi-use Washington & Old Dominion bike trail, required a separate casing pipe to ensure preservation of this historic trail.

JT4020 AT drills and steers simultaneously through rock, performing the same bores as larger class drills, according to the manufacturer. “Reclaimed water is interesting, yet it has the same constructability properties as any pressure utility, such as sewer or water,” Welliver explained. However, reclaim water jobs are relatively new to Virginia since the enabling regulation went into effect in October of 2008. A total of seven utilities are pursuing reclaimed water at this time in Virginia, while other water-sensitive areas have been using reclaimed water for some years. “It has taken a while for municipalities to get geared up for these projects. It takes the right customer base to make reclaimed water cost effective,“ said Liz Sitter, project engineer at Loudoun Water. The Broad Run Water Reclamation Facility is an advanced treatment plant, placed into service in 2007 with the objective of producing the cleanest water possible. Broad Run, like many wastewater plants in Virginia, must follow nutrient restrictions in discharged water to avoid overloading the Chesapeake Bay and degrading the ecosystem. The reclaimed water system is a way to manage the “nutrient budget of wastewater. It also functions as a demand management tool for drinking water,” said Welliver. The see LOUDOUN page 36


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reserving production slots for both the last quarter of 2012 and first quarter of 2013.” In late 2011, the long-depressed new mixer truck market prompted Terex to shift focus from new truck production to its glider truck program and supporting aging customer fleets. At the same time, the Fort Wayne, Ind., production facility received much needed modernizing. The product, processes and production of trucks were upgraded, lean manufacturing principles were implemented and employees received training on lean manufacturing. Improving market conditions and quote and order activity have reenergized new truck manufacturing at the Terex Fort Wayne facility. “We will be hiring new team members for welding, assembly, engineering and support,” said Eric Parent, human resources

manager of Terex Roadbuilding. Hiring has begun and will continue through August and September, so new team members can be fully trained by the start of new truck production, according to Parent. The assembly line workers will be producing a revamped front discharge mixer truck design, the product of more than eight months of intense engineering e f f o r t w h i c h includes both truck and mixer upgrades. “We began the redesign process with a comprehensive customer outreach program to identify and prioritize enhancements,” said Rinas. “We believe our customers will be impressed with the design changes, especially with regards to servicing.” A prototype of the new Terex front dis-

charge mixer meeting stringent EPA emissions standards will be completed by September, with full-scale truck production slated for the fourth quarter. With statistical market data showing upward trends in the housing market and ready mix concrete consumption, Rinas commented, “We see this as the start of market improvement for mixer truck production, and we look forward to ramping up production at our Fort Wayne facility to meet the growing needs of our customers.” “Ready mix concrete producers,” he continued, “are operating with aging truck fleets and repair costs are escalating to keep these older trucks on the road. Our customers are at the beginning of a major fleet replacement cycle, which will require both new trucks and glider products.” The Terex glider program allows customers to upgrade existing trucks by recycling major components, such as the engine and transmission, rather than purchasing new trucks. For more information, visit www.terex.com.


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Triangle Park, N.C., and the University of South Carolina’s colon cancer research center. The company has been active in the energy sector, building an expansion project for the Oak Ridge National Laboratory in Tennessee and a salt waste processing facility at the U.S. Department of Energy’s Savannah River Site near Aiken, S.C. Hendrick Construction also built the first North American manufacturing facility for global furniture company Ekornes ASA in Morganton, N.C. “I’m proud of the work we’ve accomplished and the mark we’ve left on this region in our 10 years as a company,� said Hendrick Construction President Roger Hendrick. “We’ve diversified our project portfolio to remain successful through a recession, and we’re looking forward to continued growth and the next decade of exciting projects we’ll build.� Hendrick Construction also built Mecklenburg County’s

Valerie C. Woodard Office Center, the Mecklenburg Sheriff’s JailNorth Annex, and new elementary, middle and high schools for Charlotte-Mecklenburg Schools. Hendrick Construction’s clients say they are happy with the quality of work performed, as well as the company’s professionalism throughout the construction experience. Charlotte chef Jim Noble said working with Hendrick Construction has been wonderful. Noble is the owner of two Rooster’s Wood-Fired Kitchen locations and The King’s Kitchen, all of which were built by Hendrick. “They are very organized and very timely,� Noble said. “They are also flexible and I had a lot of personal input on how the finished products have looked. They have been the best group I’ve ever worked with by far, and they would be the ones I’d choose for whatever else I do.� Throughout its history, Hendrick Construction has com-

pleted numerous environmentally sustainable projects and built facilities that have earned the U.S. Green Building Council’s certification for Leadership in Engineering and Energy Design (LEED). Additionally, Hendrick Construction won several safety awards from Associated Builders and Contractors, as well as STAR recognition from the North Carolina Occupational Safety & Health Division, and the U.S. Occupational Safety and Health Administration. The company also has won the Associated Builders and Contractors Excellence in Construction Eagle Award, a peerreviewed honor reserved for the best projects in the organization. Hendrick founded the business in 2002, and it has grown to 33 employees, many of whom have been with the company since the beginning. The company’s contracts have brought in $250 million in revenue for the local economy. Additionally, Hendrick regular-

ly contributes to the community through donations to charitable organizations, such as American Red Cross, American Heart Association, Boys & Girls Club, Crisis Assistance Ministry and the Dale Earnhardt Foundation. Hendrick also supports The King’s Kitchen, Second Harvest Food Bank, School Tools, Victory Sports Outreach, March of Dimes, Alzheimer’s Association and athletic programs at Charlotte-area schools. Hendrick Construction Inc. is a Charlotte, N.C.-based general contractor that provides commercial construction services throughout the southeast. The company’s portfolio includes facilities for corporate headquarters, manufacturing, industrial, health care and bio-tech companies, as well as schools, government buildings, churches, entertainment venues and restaurants. For more information, visit www.hendrickconstruction.com.


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Mississippi Rock Blasting Puts River in Ship Shape By Jim Suhr ASSOCIATED PRESS

ST. LOUIS (AP) Crews have completed the most critical phase of removing bedrock that threatened barges along a crucial stretch of the drought-starved Mississippi River, staving off the shipping industry’s fears that the treacherous channel could close to traffic, the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers said Jan. 12. Using excavators and explosives, corpshired contractors cleared 365 cu. yds. (279 cu m) of limestone and added two vital feet (.6 m) of depth to the channel near Thebes, Ill., about 130 mi. (209 km) south of St. Louis, the corps said. That phase, which began in December addressed the most pressing threat to mariners and additional rock removal is expected nearby, the corps said. “The river rock removal contractors executed their work quickly and efficiently in the primary areas of concern,” said Maj. Gen. John Peabody, commander of the corps’ Mississippi Valley division. “The work has deepened the channel enough to successfully maintain navigation though this critical reach of the river.” While averting a potentially crippling

“The Army Corps of Engineers has done a great job of pulling rabbits out of their hat. We believed it was an oncoming crisis, and by hook and by crook it hasn’t gotten as bad as we thought. That’s great news.” Rick Calhoun Cargo Carriers

shutdown of the river, the work wasn’t without its inconvenience to shippers. Barge traffic at that stretch has been limited to an eighthour window each day, causing bottlenecks and slowing transit times of cargo as crews removed the jagged bedrock that threatened to tear barge bottoms to ribbons. Still, the corps said, 630 vessels and 6,123 barges managed to make their way through during the rock extraction work. Barge operators in recent days credited the corps’ hustle in addressing the bedrock months ahead of schedule, keeping open the stretch on the river that’s an artery used to move everything from corn to grain to construction materials and petroleum. The corps

also has strategically released water from lakes into the Mississippi to raise the river in recent weeks, trying to blunt the effects of the worst U.S. drought in decades that has made the river narrower and shallower. “The Army Corps of Engineers has done a great job of pulling rabbits out of their hat,” Rick Calhoun, president of Cargo Carriers, Cargill Inc.’s shipping arm with 1,300 barges, told The Associated Press as crews were closing in on finishing the first phase of the rock clearing. “We believed it was an oncoming crisis, and by hook and by crook it hasn’t gotten as bad as we thought. That’s great news.” The barge industry is still pressing for

U.S. government help from the Missouri River, which feeds into the Mississippi at St. Louis. The agency cut the flow of the Missouri into the Mississippi in November and has rebuffed the industry’s pleas that the flow from a South Dakota dam be restored, saying the pullback was needed to protect interests on the upper Missouri. Barge operators hope that if the corps can keep the Mississippi passable for the next month or so, spring rains, snow melt and the back-to-normal release from the Missouri could raise the Mississippi, erasing any lingering worries about shipping. Shipping groups have warned that if the waterway there were to drop to a point in which barge weight restrictions were further tightened, shipping would effectively stop. Drafts, or the portion of each barge that is submerged, already are limited to 9 ft. (2.7 m) in the middle Mississippi, down from 12 ft. (3.6 m). Trade group officials say that if drafts are restricted to 8 ft. (2.4 m) or lower, many operators will stop shipping. While lessening cargo weight helps barges ride higher, shipping costs increase because more barges are required to move the cargo and tow boats go through more fuel because more trips become necessary.

Biloxi Boasts $80M in Ongoing Projects; More On the Way By Mary Perez THE SUN HERALD

BILOXI, Miss. (AP) Mayor A.J. Holloway said $80 million in construction is in progress across Biloxi, and more is on the way. Speaking at a recent Biloxi Chamber of Commerce breakfast, Holloway presented a list of residential developments, new churches and business expansions that are keeping cranes and construction crews busy in the city. “As you can see we have a lot of millions in the works now in Biloxi,” he said. Three projects — a new hotel tower at Hard Rock Casino in East Biloxi, Beauvoir Library in West Biloxi and Santa Maria del Mar apartments in North Biloxi — account for 80 percent of the current spending, Holloway said. “One of the things that impresses me about the development is it’s in every part of the city,” said Jerry

Creel, the city’s community development director. He said construction on a Raising Cane’s restaurant was scheduled to begin outside Edgewater Mall, and two more new stores, Crazy 8 and Men’s Wearhouse, are coming inside the mall. Leggett Memorial Church is going up along the beach and First Pentecostal Church is under construction on Popp’s Ferry Road in North Biloxi. The Mississippi Gulf Coast Community Culinary School in West Biloxi is nearing completion and White Pillars on the Biloxi Strip is undergoing a restoration and expansion. Most of the new homes are being built north of the Back Bay. Creel said, “Residential construction and our growth are moving toward the northeast part of the city.” Like cities across the country, building has been a challenge. Creel said Roy Anderson Corp.

just pulled a permit to finish construction of the library at Beauvoir after another contractor went out of business. The city will see much more building in 2013. Golden Nugget plans a $150 million renovation and expansion when the sale of Isle Casino Biloxi is finalized. “They’re supposed to close within the next 30 days,” Creel said. The review process for a new hospital near Interstate 10 also is close to ending so construction can begin. Monte Bostwick, CEO of Biloxi Regional Medical Center, said he expects the certificate of need to be issued by the end of the year for a 144-bed, $133 million hospital. About $50 million in infrastructure work will be in progress or about to start by the new year and $300 million more is still in planning stages to restore the city’s infrastructure from damage caused

by Hurricane Katrina. Marvin Dalla Rosa with HNTB, which is overseeing the $350 million project for the city, said 1 million feet of water, sewer and storm lines will be replaced and the streets over them repaired to provide the foundation for more growth in Biloxi. He said the work will be a big boost to the economy as local contractors hire additional workers and national contractors bring in staff to live and spend money in Biloxi. He said the scope of the project is incredible, with 16 design firms working on plans. The contract for work on the northeast portion of the peninsula will be $120 million. “It’s a huge amount of work in a very small part of town,” he said. And $95 million will be spent on infrastructure south of the railroad tracks from Point Cadet to Interstate 110 and $32 million west

of there down U.S. Highway 90. The city has replaced most of the buildings damaged during Katrina. Now, Dalla Rosa said, “you’re getting to do it on your infrastructure.” Among the last projects around the city are building an $8.5 million public works building Holloway said should be complete in September 2014, using only FEMA money. FEMA and insurance proceeds also will rebuild the Biloxi Maritime & Seafood Museum and create an adjacent park at Point Cadet. The area around the Pass Road and Popp’s Ferry corner is one place that has seen empty buildings since stores moved to other areas of the city. Biloxi has a solution for that, Creel said. “We know when Popp’s Ferry is extended to 90, the old Wal-Mart site and Stein-Mart will be a very desired retail location.”


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2008 Cat 345DL Hyd. Excavator ID# UP12385, Tier III Engine, EROPS, A/C, Air Ride Seat, Travel Straight Pedal, 1PC Boom, 11’ Stick, 60” Bkt, Pattern Changer, CWT Removal, UC@5922 Hrs, 36” TG Shoes@80%, Bushings 37%, Not Turned...$285,000

2002 Cat D4G LGP Track-Type Loader ID# UT12921, Cab, A/C, PAT Blade, Tier I Engine, UC @ 11273 Hrs, 32” Shoes @ 40% Bushings 9% Not Turned...$47,000

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2000 Cat 777D Off-Highway Truck ID# UT12614, Cab, A/C, Payload Monitoring System Retarder Traction and Pre Lube, 4x6, Rigid Frame Tires@19455 Hrs Avg 45-70% Wet Front Brakes...$605,000 **Four 777D Trucks in Inventory with Wet Front Brakes***

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CYLINDER, OTHER CATERPILLAR 988B,988F, Rebuilt, 4T6792/31244 CATERPILLAR 777D, Rebuilt, 8J8865/32476

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CATERPILLAR 657E,657G, Used, 9T4974/3170

CATERPILLAR 980G,980G II, Rebuilt, 1725385/34669

BUCKET, TRENCHING CATERPILLAR 416E, Used, 2193389/36934 CATERPILLAR 446D, Used, 9R3236/36941

CATERPILLAR 980G,980G II, Rebuilt,

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1725386/34668

CATERPILLAR D6R, Rebuilt, 2012078/31951

DIFFERENTIAL DRESSER, 350C, Rebuilt, 11DF00002B/2945 CATERPILLAR 836, Rebuilt, 1367631/3203

CATERPILLAR 943, Rebuilt, 8G8375/3264

CATERPILLAR 330D,330D LC,330DL,336D,336DL,

CATERPILLAR 836C, Used, 1452440/3212

CATERPILLAR 980G, Rebuilt, 1605585/8037

Used, 1994539/33878

CATERPILLAR 518, Rebuilt, 1V3304/2957

CATERPILLAR AP-1055, Used, 2569597/3186 CATERPILLAR D10L,D10, Rebuilt, 7G0061/31120

CATERPILLAR 980H, Rebuilt, 2327558/34667

1101397/32316 CATERPILLAR 988G, Cab, EROPS, New,

CATERPILLAR 824C, Used, 4V1073/31078

7Y0884/38294 & 38296

CATERPILLAR 980H, Rebuilt, 2327559/34666

1289664/29291

CATERPILLAR 824C, Rebuilt, 4V1073/3180

CATERPILLAR 973, Used, 8G0278/36396

CATERPILLAR D10, Cab, EROPS, Used,

CATERPILLAR 988B, Rebuilt, 6W7392/3248

CATERPILLAR D11N, Rebuilt, 9W3649

3T8106/36149

CATERPILLAR 769B, Rebuilt, 9M3946/3273

7T0973/33845

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CATERPILLAR D9N,D9R,D9T, Used, 7T5384 BL250

CATERPILLAR 375,375L, Used, 1082517/33834 CATERPILLAR 769D, Rebuilt, 1230206/32272

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BOOMS CATERPILLAR 375, Used, 1056205/36608

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CATERPILLAR 773B, Rebuilt, 1W0773/32116

CATERPILLAR 980G,980G II, Used, 1146030/28593

CATERPILLAR 980G, Rebuilt, 2023123/35618

CATERPILLAR 980G, Used, 2343097/34482

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CATERPILLAR D9N, Used, 7W2850/37767 CATERPILLAR D8K,D8H, Used, D342/36265

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H LINK CATERPILLAR 5130, Used, 1072940/326 CATERPILLAR 5130, Used, 1423698/32887

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IDLER

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CATERPILLAR 962G, Rebuilt, 1862525/34552

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CATERPILLAR 450E, New, 2018563/2515

CATERPILLAR D9R, Used, 9Z9306/2092

CATERPILLAR 930G,938G, Used, 2348866/32134 CATERPILLAR 824C, Used, 3P6809/33473

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CATERPILLAR D11N, Rebuilt, 4T4911/32405

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CATERPILLAR 345B, Used, 1382001/37356

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FUEL TANK

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CATERPILLAR 740, Used, 1537076/28643

426C, New, 1345869/30959

CATERPILLAR 345B,350, Use d, 1366241/32499

TORQUE CONVERTOR CATERPILLAR D10,D10L, Rebuilt, 6P6412/31183

36173

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FINAL DRIVE

CATERPILLAR 375,375L,5080, Rebuilt,

2096089/32261

SUPPORT CATERPILLAR 992G, Used, 6W6368/353

CATERPILLAR 953C, Rebuilt, 1122360/3197

CATERPILLAR 824C, Used, 3V4030/31079

CATERPILLAR D5M,D5M LGP,D5N, New,

CATERPILLAR D9R, Used, 1252139/2090

CATERPILLAR D10R,D10T, Re built, 2223682/37770

CATERPILLAR 631, Rebuilt, 4D5730/2996

BLADE, ANGLE

STRICKER BAR

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CATERPILLAR 953C, Cab, EROPS, Used,

CATERPILLAR 992C,992D, Used, 1V5906/28594

STICK CATERPILLAR 375L,375, Use d, 1096159/36610

CATERPILLAR 973C, Used, 3W8424/31118

CATERPILLAR 988B,988F, Used, 2V6541/32635 CATERPILLAR 962G, Rebuilt, 1120723/34470 CATERPILLAR 962G, Rebuilt, 1383122/34471

3,385,386,CB300, Rebuilt, 6I3479/2562

CATERPILLAR D10,D10L, Rebuilt, 3P7556/31378 CATERPILLAR 992C, Rebuilt, 3P9241/29904 CATERPILLAR D4E, Used, 3T4758/3234

ROLLER

CATERPILLAR 641,651, Rebuilt, 7M5925/3254 CATERPILLAR 515, Used, 8E7031/3262

210,224,265,281,300,310,320,330,335,

CATERPILLAR D6H,D6R, Used, 1205766/34038

340,341,346,348,348A,348M,348N,348S,349,349A,

CATERPILLAR 5130, New, 1554102/32845

CATERPILLAR D8K, Rebuilt, 9G6678/3268

CATERPILLAR 304.5,305.5, New, 1584765/35694

CATERPILLAR D11N, Rebuilt, 9G7060/32268

351,351A,351ST,352A,352M,352S,353,357,358,358

CATERPILLAR 345B,345B II,345B LC,345B LC

CATERPILLAR D9L, Rebuilt, 9P2213/32542

II,345BL,345BL II,350, Used, 1389673/29067

CATERPILLAR 988B, Rebuilt, 9W0782/32318

CATERPILLAR 345B,345C, Used, 2637329/29534

VALVE GROUP

CATERPILLAR 330D,336D, Used, 2692684/32548

CATERPILLAR 215, Used, 8J3889/2596

CATERPILLAR 330D,336D, New, 2692685/32547 CATERPILLAR 345C,345D, Used, 2811821/32544

WHEELS

CATERPILLAR

CATERPILLAR 966D, Used, 3Y8669/285

216,216B,226,226B,228,232,242,246,

WINCH

247,252,256,257,262,267,268,272,277,287, New, 2856095/32284 CATERPILLAR 330C, Used, 3029013/32549

CATERPILLAR 980H, Used, 2321393/34599

CATERPILLAR D6N XL C-Frame Assembly, Stk # 2002636

CATERPILLAR D9N, D9R, Rebuilt, 7T3894/36172 & 36173

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Agriculture is North Carolina’s largest industry, creating 20 percent of the state’s economy. So it makes sense that the Southern Farm Show, Jan. 30 through Feb. 1 at the N.C. State Fairgrounds, is the state’s largest trade show. And large it is, utilizing all seven major buildings on the fairgrounds, and spilling over into acres of outdoor exhibits and temporary structures. “It’s where farmers come to get better,” said David Zimmerman, director of the 37th annual show. According4:28 to P Zimmerman, that improvement can come in many forms. It may be a new implement that increases productivity. Or a key piece of advice gleaned from one of the hundreds of experts at the show. Or perhaps it’s a new technique picked up at a continuing education class. And while many farmers and agribusiness professionals come with a specific need in mind, for many it’s that yet-unknown discovery that brings them to Raleigh each year. With more than 500 manufacturers planning to be on hand for the show, there’s plenty to discover. Looking for a new tractor? There’s the latest from John Deere, Case IH, Kubota, Massey Ferguson, Caterpillar, New Holland, Kioti, Branson, Mahindra, LS and Cub Cadet. There are similarly long lists for tillage, hay, cattle, spraying and spreading equipment. If it’s involved in farming in the Carolinas and Virginia, it will most likely be there. Zimmerman said that there also will be plenty to keep landscape and construction contractors busy. “Those professionals often use the same equipment as farmers, and many farm equipment manufacturers also build landscape and construction equipment, so it’s a natural tiein.” He also relates that many in the construction and landscaping business grew up on farms, and still have small agricultural operations. The show also stays busy with meetings and activities organized by groups including the Tobacco Growers Association of N.C., the N.C. Pork Council, the N.C. Soybean Producers Association and the N.C. Wildlife Federation. The N.C. Department of Agriculture also has a strong presence at the show, with exhibits and their N.C. Agricultural Development Forum. The Southern Farm Show is for and about agriculture, and an event farmers look forward to each year. Hours are from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. each day. Admission and parking are free. For more information, contact Southern Shows Inc. at 800/849-0248 or visit www.SouthernFarmShow.com.


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Terex Corporation Announces Construction Spending Slips Senior Leadership Changes in Nov. But Rises From ’11 Construction spending dipped from October to November, but resolution of the uncertainty regarding federal taxes for 2013 should unleash more private construction investment, according to an analysis of new federal data released Jan. 2 by the Associated General Contractors of America. Association officials warned, however, that unresolved issues about federal construction spending, including storm relief for northeastern states, will hold down public construction spending.

reserve,” Simonson said. “Despite a drop of 0.7 percent in November, the year-overyear total was up by 8.2 percent, and this figure appears poised to return to doubledigit percentage gains in the next few months.” Simonson pointed out four categories of private nonresidential construction that posted increases of more than 10 percent between November 2011 and November 2012, although results for the latest month were mixed. Lodging construction declined 1.3 percent for the month but jumped 26 percent over 12 months. Office construction shrank 0.9 percent from October but grew 17 percent from November 2011. Private transportation construction, principally by rail and trucking companies, added 3.4 percent for the month and 16 percent yearover-year. Power and energy construction, including spending on oil and gas fields and pipelines, contracted 1.4 percent from October but rose 14 percent over 12 months. Simonson said that public construction spending, which has alternated between monthly increases and decreases in 2012, sank 0.4 percent in November and 2.6 percent year-overyear. He said the two biggest categories of public spending both rose for the month but declined from November 2011 levels. Highway and street construction spending was up 0.5 percent from October but down 6.0 percent from a year ago, while educational construction spending rose 0.1 percent for the month but fell 3.4 percent from year-ago levels. Stephen Sandherr, chief executive officer for the construction trade association, urged Congress and the administration to make infrastructure investment a top priority in 2013. “Congress and the president have provided some tax uncertainty that provides a foundation for economic growth. But their jobs are far from completed. It is vital that the states devastated by Hurricane Sandy receive funding immediately for recovery work. In addition, lawmakers should not target construction spending for further cuts when they turn to spending decisions in the next two months.”

“It is vital that the states devastated by Hurricane Sandy receive funding immediately for recovery work.” Stephen Sandherr Associated General Contractors of America

“Preliminary data from the Census Bureau for November shows overall construction spending slipped 0.3 percent from October’s total after seven months of steady gains,” said Ken Simonson, the association’s chief economist. “The more significant comparison, however, is with year-ago levels, and the November report shows a respectable 7.7 percent gain over the past 12 months.” Simonson noted that private single- and multi-family spending continued growing strongly. Spending on new single-family houses climbed 1.3 percent for the month and 29 percent year-over-year, while multifamily spending rose 0.5 percent and 46 percent, respectively. “Private nonresidential construction has been in a holding pattern for the past several months, but last night’s passage of a tax bill should encourage many businesses to go ahead with projects they have held in

Terex Corporation announced the following leadership changes: • Kevin Bradley, currently president, Terex Cranes, will transition to the role of senior vice president and chief financial officer effective immediately after the filing of the company’s annual report on Form 10-K for 2012. Bradley was named president,

also assume responsibility for the company’s operations in India. Ellis joined Terex through the Genie acquisition in 2002 and has held several senior management positions at various Terex operations. Previously he held leadership positions at General Electric, Pratt & Whitney and PPG Industries.

“I am confident that under Kevin’s leadership, Terex will continue to maintain the highest standards of financial integrity that has helped define Terex’s finance organization and our company as a whole. Ron DeFeo Terex Corporation

Terex Cranes in January 2011. Prior to this appointment, Bradley had served as president, Terex Financial Services since joining Terex in 2005. Prior to joining Terex, Bradley had financial roles of increasing responsibility at GE Capital and AT&T Capital. Terex previously announced that Phil Widman would be retiring as senior vice president and chief financial officer effective March 31, 2013. • Tim Ford, currently president, Terex Aerial Work Platforms (AWP), will become president of Terex Cranes effective immediately. The Terex Utilities business and the recently established Terex Services North America business will continue to be the responsibility of Ford. Ford also will have direct responsibility for the company’s Latin American operations as well as corporate strategic accounts and government programs. Ford joined Terex in 2006 following executive assignments at Toro, Honeywell and General Electric. • Steve Filipov, currently president developing markets and strategic accounts, will become president, Terex material handling and port solutions effective immediately. Filipov also will assume the position of chief operating officer of Demag Cranes AG as the company continues the transition of this business into the Terex family. Filipov will retain overall Terex responsibility for the Russian market as well as corporate marketing. Filipov joined Terex in 1995 and has held positions of increasing responsibility, including president of Terex Cranes from 2004-2008. • George Ellis, currently president, Terex Construction, will continue in this role and

• Matt Fearon, currently vice president and general manager of AWP Americas, will become president, Terex AWP effective immediately. Prior to this, Fearon had been managing director of AWP Europe. Fearon has 25 years of industry experience and has worked within the Terex/Genie operations for 18 years. • Aloysius Rauen will continue in his current role as CEO of Demag Cranes AG and has announced his intention to resign during the course of 2013 once the integration of the Demag Cranes business into the Terex group is further along. Upon Rauen’s resignation, Filipov will assume the role of CEO of Demag Cranes AG. “These changes are intended to strengthen the company’s leadership team and provide our executives with new learning and growth opportunities. They reflect both a maturing and broadening of scope for the Terex leadership team,” said Ron DeFeo, Terex chairman and chief executive officer. “I am confident that under Kevin’s leadership, Terex will continue to maintain the highest standards of financial integrity that has helped define Terex’s finance organization and our company as a whole. Tim, Steve, George and Matt have demonstrated strong leadership skills during their tenures with Terex and I believe their increasing responsibilities will serve us and our customers well. I thank Ays for his dedication to Demag Cranes and its employees and his efforts in integrating Demag Cranes into the Terex group.” For more information, visit www.terex.com.


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Daily Equipment Company Sells Its Business to MCFA Mitsubishi Caterpillar Forklift America Inc. (MCFA), a manufacturer of forklifts under the Cat lift trucks, Mitsubishi forklift trucks and Jungheinrich brands, and Daily Equipment Company (DEC) jointly announced that DEC has been sold to MCFA in a seamless succession planning step for DEC’s principal shareholder, Emmerson Daily. The acquisition price was not disclosed. “The acquisition of Daily Equipment Company was an excellent investment opportunity that will help strengthen MCFA’s distribution network and further expand MCFA’s dealership holdings in important markets,” said Kent Eudy, vice president of sales and marketing, MCFA. “DEC has a long history of providing world-class customer service and operational excellence, and these strengths will continue to serve as key advantages for MCFA’s business and customers in the future.” DEC is headquartered in Jackson, Miss., and has five other full-service branches throughout Mississippi and Louisiana: Biloxi, New Orleans, Baton Rouge, Shreveport and Lake Charles. “I am honored to transfer my business to a strong, longterm partner like MCFA,” said Emmerson Daily, CEO and founder of Daily Equipment Company. “MCFA offers me assurance that Daily Equipment Company’s customers will continue to be treated well and that our employee family will be provided a stable and bright future. MCFA and Daily Equipment have grown successfully together since DEC began in 1985. I have every confidence the business will continue to enjoy success and growth under the new MCFA ownership arrangement and that our customers will continue to experience industry-leading service and support in the years ahead.” “We’re excited about the addition of Daily Equipment Company to our dealership holdings and the unique strengths and capabilities that the DEC team brings to the group,” said Eudy. “We look forward to many more years of continued success and collaboration with them.” The company will continue to operate as Daily Equipment Company, with no changes in leadership, staff or support. As part of the transaction, Daily will be resigning its representation of the Crown brand in favor of the Cat lift trucks, Mitsubishi forklift trucks and Jungheinrich brands manufactured and distributed by MCFA. MCFA has 127 authorized dealers covering 433 locations in North and South America today. For more information, visit www.mcfa.com or www.dailyeq.com.

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AEM Names Charlie O’Brien as Senior Vice President The Association of Equipment Manufacturers (AEM) has named Charlie O’Brien as senior vice president in recognition of his expanded leadership responsibilities for the association. These include activities under AEM’s new strategic plan, initiated in 2012, to better serve all members’ current and future business-development needs. In addition to increased responsibilities since joining AEM in 2007, O’Brien has taken a leadership role with expanded responsibilities in development of strategic initiatives to achieve the plan’s Key Result Area (KRA) goals and objectives, and AEM goals development to continue implementation of the strategic plan. He also was instrumental in development of the vision for launch of AEM’s successful AG CONNECT Expo and Summit, now on its third show, to take place Jan. 29 to 31, 2013, in Kansas City, Mo. The initial AEM strategic initiatives focus on increased advocacy, a services plan to respond to membership-survey results and a new financial model to sustain expanded services and activi-

“This is not another layer of management; it is a way to improve our service to the membership and better represent the industry through better use of staff capabilities.” Dennis Slater

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ties. New initiatives being implemented for 2013 include increased member engagement, market information services and global business development. “This is not another layer of management; it is a way to improve our service to the membership and better represent the industry through better use of staff capabilities. Charlie serves as the recognized face and voice of AEM agriculture activities, and provides the solid management and leadership credentials to enable AEM to achieve this higher level of action,” stated AEM President Dennis Slater. O’Brien joined AEM in 2007 as vice president. He serves as agriculture sec-

tor leader and also oversees AEM’s market information, technical/safety and member services areas. O’Brien came to AEM with more than 20 years of experience in the off-road equipment industry. This includes president and CEO of FPC Financial as well as Farm Plan & AgLine (Canada) product manager and sales manager of John Deere Financial; branch manager and director of strategic initiatives of Deere Financial’s England operations; and Deere Financial management positions in sales, market and business development, and risk management. AEM has named Charlie O’Brien as senior vice presiFor more information, visit dent in recognition of his expanded leadership www.aem.org. responsibilities for the association.

Va. Gov. McDonnell: Replace Gas Tax for $3.1B Roads Plan By Larry O’Dell ASSOCIATED PRESS

RICHMOND, Va. (AP) Gov. Bob McDonnell on Jan. 8 proposed a five-year, $3.1 billion transportation funding package that includes replacing the state’s gasoline tax with a sales tax increase of nearly a penny on the dollar. The Republican governor unveiled his plan for roads and transit on the eve of the 2013 General Assembly. If lawmakers approve, Virginia would be the first state to drop its gasoline tax. McDonnell said the gas tax is no longer a viable revenue source for maintaining and building highways because of inflation and more fuel-efficient vehicles. State officials said the purchasing power of the gasoline tax has declined by more than half since it was last increased, to 17.5 cents per gallon in 1986. Also, fuel economy improved from an average of 10.3 miles per gallon in 1986 to 27.3 mpg in 2011.

While the gas tax has been stagnant, sales tax revenues have continued to grow with the economy, McDonnell said. His plan to increase the state’s 5 percent sales tax to 5.8 percent and dedicate all of the additional revenue to transportation would raise an additional $607 million over five years, he said. Eighty-five percent of the additional revenue would be spent on maintenance, the rest on construction. The 17.5 percent tax on diesel fuel would remain unchanged because heavy trucks cause about 80 percent of the damage to Virginia’s highways, the governor said, and most of those vehicles come from out of state. The plan also includes McDonnell’s previously announced proposal to increase the portion of the existing sales tax already earmarked for transportation. A half-cent already goes into the state’s highway fund. The governor’s proposal would increase that commitment to three-quarters of a cent over five years, generat-

ing an additional $811.5 million over that period. When combined, the two sales tax changes would give transportation about one-quarter of sales tax proceeds. Democrats have opposed proposals to allocate more of the sales tax for transportation, calling it a raid on public education and other priorities that are financed by the state’s general fund. McDonnell said the state has been increasing education funding and ending each year with surpluses, so it can afford to shift a little more general fund money to transportation. McDonnell said his plan is “politically viable” but acknowledged it won’t be easy. While Democrats have opposed using a greater share of the sales tax for transportation, Republicans have repeatedly shot down proposals to increase the gasoline tax. The largest single item in McDonnell’s plan depends on action by Congress. According to the governor, Congress this year is expected to pass legislation giving

states authority to collect sales taxes on out-of-state online and catalog sales. Taxpayers already are supposed to pay these taxes as a use tax on their income tax returns, but compliance is low. McDonnell proposes earmarking a portion of this revenue for transportation, raising just over $1.1 billion over five years. The governor also wants to raise $547 million over five years by increasing vehicle registration fees by $15. An annual $100 fee on alternative fuel vehicles would raise an additional $66.6 million. McDonnell said his proposal will “make a game-changing investment” in the state’s transportation system. Because state law gives highway maintenance priority for gas tax revenues, very little money has been available in recent years for new construction. House Speaker William J. Howell, R-Stafford, called McDonnell’s plan bold and said he has long considered the gas tax “a dinosaur.” Howell, Republican Del. Tim Hugo of Fairfax County

and Republican Sen. Steve Newman of Lynchburg are sponsoring the legislation. Del. Vivian Watts, D-Fairfax and a former state secretary of transportation, said she was “not impressed” with McDonnell’s final effort to do something on transportation before his nonrenewable four-year term ends next January. “It’s not nearly enough money,” she said. It also puts too much emphasis on highway maintenance, lets out-of-state motorists drive on Virginia’s highways without paying their fair share and does not do enough for the heavily congested “urban crescent” from the Washington D.C. suburbs, through Richmond to Hampton Roads. Americans for Tax Reform, the conservative organization headed by Grover Norquist, also criticized the proposal. The group said in a statement, “The plan as it stands now fails in its goal to prioritize transportation spending while avoiding tax increases.”


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ELFA issued the following Top 10 Equipment Acquisition Trends for 2013 to help businesses with their strategic equipment acquisition plans: 1. Corporate perceptions of the economic outlook will be a primary driver of business investment decisions. Despite pressing considerations such as technological innovations and aging equipment, the economy will be the true barometer for whether or not businesses acquire new equipment in 2013. 2. Equipment investment will pick up in the second half of 2013. Equipment investment will grow this year, although the rate of growth will be hampered by fiscal uncertainty. Some companies will remain cautious about taking on large capital investments even now that important decisions impacting short-term fiscal stability have

been made. Equipment acquisition activity will gain momentum through relief from the policy uncertainty that brought the economy to the edge of the fiscal cliff. An improving housing sector will provide an added boost. 3. Pent-up demand will spur investment across varied equipment types. Demand for replacement equipment will drive investment in the construction, agriculture and transportation categories in particular, while other equipment types will await the replacement cycle. However, greater economic improvements will be needed before significant equipment investment expansion takes place. 4. A continuing low interest rate environment will enable companies to acquire the equipment they need and conserve cash. The prospect of continued low interest rates at least through 2014 will be an incentive for busi-

nesses to acquire equipment through financing and still hold on to their cash for uncertainties. In addition to maintaining cash flow, equipment financing will help businesses preserve capital and improve expense planning in challenging economic conditions. 5. A majority of U.S. businesses will use some form of financing for equipment acquisition. In 2013, $742 billion (55 percent) of the projected $1.3 trillion investment in plant, equipment and software investment in the United States will be financed through loans, leases and lines of credit. Seven out of 10 businesses will use at least one form of financing to acquire equipment. 6. Business size will impact equipment acquisition. Size will matter when acquiring equipment in 2013. Primarily larger businesses anticipate increasing equipment spending over the next 12 months.

Small companies’ high degree of concern about general economic conditions and less access to credit will temper their equipment acquisition plans. 7. The gaining prominence of cloud computing will transform the way businesses pay for IT investments. Along with changes in how companies consume software and hardware, cloud computing will spawn new financing options. Companies will look to equipment financiers for variable payment structures in the cloud. 8. Credit market conditions will remain favorable for longterm equipment financing. Businesses will generally find an improving credit supply as they consider equipment acquisitions. 9. The one-year extension of bonus depreciation may provide incentives for businesses to acquire equipment. The continuation of the depreciation bonus will

allow businesses to deduct up to 50 percent of the cost of new equipment purchases in 2013. 10. Although the value of lease financing will remain, businesses will begin to adapt their equipment acquisition strategies to comply with long-awaited changes to lease accounting standards. A new draft of proposed changes to lease accounting standards by the Financial Accounting Standards Board and the International Accounting Standards Board should be announced this year, enabling businesses to begin to evaluate how their balance sheets, earnings and other financials will be affected by equipment financing agreements. For a video that discusses the Top 10 Equipment Acquisition Trends for 2013, visit http://www.equipmentfinanceadvantage.org/Articles/10Trends.cfm


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George Martin, Founder of Martin & Martin Auctioneers Inc., Dies at 68 Horse Association. George Washington Born in Anderson Martin, 68, of Williamston, County, Mr. Martin was S.C., husband of Debbie a son of the late Carol J. Sims Martin, died Jan. 3, and Bonnie Durham 2013, at Greenville Martin. He was an Memorial Hospital. active member and held Mr. Martin was the numerous leadership founder of Martin & positions at Guthrie Martin Auctioneers Inc. Grove Church of God and Martin & Martin of the Abrahamic Faith. Cattle Company Inc. He Surviving in addition had served on the board of to his wife are sons, the South Carolina Joey Martin (Jennifer) Auctioneer’s Commission. of Williamston S.C.; He was past president and Jeff Martin (Kellie) of was inducted into the hall Brooklyn, Miss; special of fame of the South niece, Jennifer Martin Carolina Auctioneer’s Upton; brothers, David Association. He was a George Martin, founder of Martin & Martin Auctioneers. Martin and Paul producer of pure bred registered Black Angus cattle and an active member of the Martin, both of Williamston, S.C.; and four grandchildren, Alexandria, Jayse, Emma and Abby Martin. South Carolina Angus Association. He was predeceased by a brother, Jack Martin. Mr. Martin also was a longtime board member of First (This story also can be found on Construction Citizens Bank Advisory Board. He served 14 years in the South Carolina National Guard. And he was a former John Equipment Guide’s Web site at www.constructionequipDeere dealer and active member of the Tennessee Walking mentguide.com.) CEG T

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California Can Learn From Cleanup of Kiwi Earthquake Three demolition contractors who have been on the ground cleaning up following the deadly 2011 earthquake in Christchurch, New Zealand, will give their first-hand descriptions of how the demolition industry has responded to the disaster in a major metropolitan city. The multimedia presentation takes place at the National Demolition Association’s 40th Anniversary Convention in San Diego on March 25. “The U.S. Geological Survey, the science organization of the U.S. government, has predicted with a 99 percent certainty that there will be a similar magnitude earthquake in California in the next 30 years,” said Michael R. Taylor, executive director of the global trade organization. “Our panel of experts who have been working there for the last two years dealing with everything from downed utilities, lack of food, housing and power, hazardous materials disposal and the safe demolition of damaged structures will give a compelling presentation at our convention.” The goal of the presentation, Taylor added, is to enable government disaster response agencies, seismic experts, and the National Pavement Expo 2013 – January 23 to 26, 2013 at the Nashville Convention Center, Nashville, Tennessee featuring “How to Building Profit into Pavement.” Conference Schedule is Wednesday, January 23rd from 9 AM to 4:30 PM; Thursday, January 24th from 8 AM to 4 PM; Friday, January 25th from 8 AM to 4 PM; and Saturday January 26th from 8 AM to 11:30 AM. Exhibit Hours are Wednesday, January 23rd thru Friday, January 25th. Special Events include Preview Night on Wednesday, January 23rd; Industry Roundtables on Thursday and Friday, January 24th and January 25th; Discovery Showcase on Friday, January 25th. Ask the Pros! On the Show Floor on Friday, January 25th from 2:30 PM to 4:30 PM. CONTACT information: TELEPHONE: 800/827-8009. POWER SHOW OHIO (OMEDA), featuring Construction Equipment, Agricultural Equipment and Outdoor Power Equipment will be held at the Ohio Expo Center, Columbus, OHIO…JANUARY 25, 26 & 27, 2013…Friday, Saturday, Sunday from 9 AM to 4 PM. Power Show Ohio is sponsored by the Ohio-Michigan Equipment Dealers Association (OMEDA); PO Box 68, Dublin, OH 43017-0068; Telephone: 614/8891309 or Email: dalford@amglicusa.com. HxGN LIVE – Hexagon’s International Conference, 3 – 6 June, 2013, Las Vegas, Nevada, USA! Join Leica Geosystems at the HxGN LIVE Conference – formerly known as Hexagon 2013! It’s a different name, but the same great conference – and an experience you don’t want to miss. REGISTER for the Early Bird discount by January 14 for just $699 and save $600 off on-site rates. Group registration options and special discounts for previous conference alumni, educational institutions, law enforcement agencies, and authorized dealers are also available. For more information contact: Angelique Ortega Angelique.ortega@leicaus.com +1 925/790-2318. See you in Las Vegas! NCI Building Systems Hosts Insulated Metal Panel Certification Seminars for Building Design and Development Contractors and professionals – January 22-24, 2013 NCI Building Systems will host a three-day conference in the Dallas area to educate metal construction contractors and professionals on how to install insulated metal panels (IMP) with a focus on NCI’s specific products. The first day of the seminar is Tuesday, January 22, and concludes on Thursday, January 24. The seminar will be held at the Hampton Inn & Suites (2650 Lake Vista Drive Lewisville, TX 75067) with start time each day of

public at large learn how California can deal in a similar and productive way after such a disaster. The presentation entitled “Christchurch: The Disaster and its Cleanup” will be made by L. Mark Loizeaux, president of Controlled Demolition Inc., Peter Ward, president of Ward Demolition Ltd. in Auckland, NZ; and John Weber, former president of Iconco/LVI Demolition Services in Oakland, Calif. The 6.3 magnitude New Zealand earthquake caused damage across the city, especially in the central city and eastern suburbs. Experts say the damage was made worse by buildings, roads and bridges that were already weakened by a 7.1 magnitude 2010 earthquake in the Canterbury region. The National Demolition Association Convention takes place at the Hilton Bayfront San Diego, beginning March 23 and concluding March 26. The exhibit hall next door at the San Diego Convention Center features the world’s largest exposition of demolition equipment, products and services. The keynote speaker on March 25 is former U.S. Navy Commander Mike

The presentation will be made by (L-R) L. Mark Loizeaux, president of Controlled Demolition Inc., Peter Ward, president of Ward Demolition Ltd. in Auckland, NZ; and John Weber, former president of Iconco/LVI Demolition Services in Oakland, Calif.

Abrashoff, author of the best selling book It’s Your Ship: Management Techniques from the Best Damn Ship in the Navy. His talk is entitled “It’s Your Ship: Achieving Breakthrough Performance.” Following his talk, the association will present this year’s Environmental Excellence Awards, recognizing public and private projects that show significant environmental conservation and community improvement. Also on the convention schedule are educational sessions on civil and criminal liability and OSHA; maximizing scrap vendor profits; PCBs in caulk; and the city of San Diego’s construction and demolition debris ordinance. The opening night celebration will be held aboard the USS Midway, one of America’s longest-serving aircraft carriers. The 40th Anniversary Convention is open to all professionals involved in the demolition process, including those in demolition

8:00 AM. NCI Building Systems is committed to providing the highest standard of steel construction solutions in the world. With unparalleled offerings in the way of innovative building design, project management and specialty products, no other company is better positioned to handle unique project requirements. To register for this event, or for more information, please visit the event regis- a $200 savings, is available until January 16. Room availabiltration page, or call 281/445-8555, Ext. 28087. ity at the convention headquarter hotel (JW Marriott Desert Springs) is limited, so reservations should be made as early as possible. Complete conference details are available at http://conMichigan Construction & Design Tradeshow – February 6, vention.agc.org or you may contact Denise Woods, CMP, 2013. Director, Communications & Events, AGC of Minnesota, directly The Construction Association of Michigan (CAM), Bloomfield Hills, is pleased to announce that the Michigan Construction & at 651/796-2186; toll free at 800/552-7670 or website: Design Tradeshow will be returning to MotorCity Casino Hotel in www.agcmn.org. Detroit. This one-day tradeshow will be held on February 6, 2013 ANNUAL PAVING SEMINAR 2013, and will be attended by construction owners, contracTuesday, February 26, 2013 tors, suppliers, architects and engineers. Show hours are Brought to you by Kirby-Smith Machinery, Inc., 10:00 AM to 5:00 PM. The Michigan Construction & Design Tradeshow will also play The Paving Authority th host to the CAM 127 Annual Meeting, CAM Magazine Special Who Should Attend: Owners – Superintendents – Issue Awards, Green Building Awards, and Construction Project Equipment Operators Arlington Convention Center of the Year Award, which will be held inside the Sound Board. 1200 Ballpark Way CAMTEC, the training and education division of CAM, will offer Arlington, Texas 76011 classes during the tradeshow, as well. Booth space is avail7:30 AM Registration 8 AM to 4 PM (lunch able for purchase. Contact Ron Riegel or Cathy Jones at CAM provided) for tradeshow rates and information. Telephone: 248/972Reservations Required by February 15, 2013 1000 and Fax: 248/972-1001, 43636 Woodward, To Register, go online at: Bloomfield Hills, MI 48302. www.kirby-smith.com and click on the Paving World of Concrete / Concrete and Masonry Construction Event Seminar link. ***limited seating! – World of Concrete - Exhibits: February 5 – 8, 2013 Morning Breakout Sessions: Seminars: February 4 – 8, 2013 Las Vegas Convention . Milling Center, Las Vegas, Nevada USA . Paving Since 1975, World of Concrete has been the industry’s only annual international event dedicated to the commercial concrete . Soil Stabilization and masonry construction industries. Featuring indoor and out- . Compaction Afternoon General Sessions: door exhibits, leading suppliers showcasing innovative prod. New Technology in Hot Mix Designs Including ucts and technologies, exciting demonstrations and competiRAP and RAS tions, a world-class education program, and the information . Advanced Theory “Cold in Place Recycling” you need to help sustain and grow your business. Start the year off strong at World of Concrete! EMAIL: contactus@world- . Paver Tamper Screeds and Emulsion Advancements ofconcrete.com . Advanced Paver and Milling Grade Control ARA The Rental Show is February 10-13 at a new Las Vegas Exhibit Hall Equipment Displays: location: The Sands Expo and Convention Center, right in the . Complete Asphalt Paving Train . From Utility to Mainline Milling Machines middle of the Las Vegas Strip. Click on . Latest Design in Soil Stabilizers www.therentalshow.com for a detailed schedule and more . Introduction to Oscillating Compaction information. AGC of America Annual Convention: Registration is now open for the 2013 AGC Annual Convention and Constructor Expo, 2013 MAASTO CONFERENCE: The Wisconsin Department of being held March 6 – 9 in Palm Springs. The early bird discount, Transportation will host the Mid-America Association of State

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contracting, general contracting, civil engineering, recycling, scrap, salvage and other industries. The National Demolition Association is a non-profit trade organization representing approximately 1,000 U.S. and Canadian companies and many international firms that are involved in the demolition process. Membership includes demolition contractors, general contractors, civil engineering firms, and recycling, landfill, and salvage operations. The association’s efforts help members stay abreast of environmental, regulatory and safety matters, keep regulators informed about issues facing the industry, increase public and industry awareness, and provide members with networking opportunities and information on the latest technical advances in equipment and services. For more information, visit www.demolitionassociation.com.

Transportation Officials (MAASTO) 2013 Conference – “Sharing Strategies for Success.” The conference will be held JULY 16-19 at the HILTON HOTEL in downtown Milwaukee. One of the major events at MAASTO 2013 will be a trade show, where industry representatives will have the opportunity to showcase materials, technology, and professional services. The trade show will be held July 17 and 18 at the conference hotel. More information on the trade show registration, layout, schedule, and fees will be available in early 2013 at the conference website, which will be linked via the MAASTO meetings webpage – http://www.maasto.net/meetings.html. If you are looking to speak to someone with regard to the above conference you may contact Denise Woods, CMP, Director, Communications & Events, AGC of Minnesota, directly at 651/796-2186; toll free at 800/552-7670 or website: www.agcmn.org.

AGC – St. Louis SAFETY BANQUET – FEBRUARY 21, 2013 (Details to Follow)

American Subcontractors Association – Midwest Council The American Subcontractors Association (ASA) Midwest Council is a construction trade association made up of quality specialty contractors and suppliers serving the construction industry and the community in the greater St. Louis metropolitan area and southern Illinois. The ASA Midwest Council’s purpose is to improve the construction process through active participation in education, legislation and cooperation. For more information about the ASA Midwest Council, visit AGC OF MINNESOTA: www.asamidwest.com or contact Executive WHO’s UP FOR BOWLING IN JANUARY? AGC’s Director Susan Winkelmann at 314/845-0855. Construction Leadership Council (CLC) will hold its 6th annual SAVE THE DATE: Bowling Tournament on Tuesday, January 29, Meet the General Contractors” Expo Scheduled 2013. Teams are mixed, so you make new for January 23, 2013 friends, you get a “cool” shirt, and a good time will St. Louis, MO – The American Subcontractors be had by all. We are looking for sponsors – your Association (ASA) – Midwest Council is set to company name will be on the shirts! host its annual “Meet the General Contractors” Information/registration is attached – contact Jane Expo on January 23, 2013 at the St. Charles Sanem, jsanem@agcmn.org or 651-796-2187, Convention Center in St. Charles, MO. The yearly for more details. event gives area subcontractors and construction professionals the opportunity for valuable face-toAGC St. Louis face time with some of the St. Louis region’s top Construction Leadership Council MARDI GRAS FLOAT general contractors. The AVENGERS of Construction Safety ASA members and non-members are welcome to SOULARD MARDI GRAS PARADE attend. Reservations are required. The cost to February 9, 2013 attend is $65 for ASA members and $95 for nonPlease Dress in Hero Gear & Safety Construction Attire members. The cost includes appetizers and an $80 per Ride: Price includes beer, beads and a great ride on open bar. The expo will be open 3:30 to 5:00 the CLC Float! PM for ASA members only, and 5:00 to 7:30 PM First come, First served: Limited availability!!! for all other attendees. Registration Deadline: February 1, 2013 Steve Giacin, president of Kaiser Electric and the Fax: (314) 781-2874 ASA – Midwest Council, says the expo is invaluFLOAT: $80 per Rider able to industry professionals looking to make Sponsorship Package: $500 (sponsorship and four riders) new contacts and potentially increase sales for PROCEEDS go to the Jeff Staley Safety Foundation. Questions the coming year. ??? Please contact: Jackie McMahon at (301) 659-9090 or Last year’s event drew more than 900 attendees. Email: Jackie.McMahon@affinitycenter.com ASA will also have a booth at the expo with inforAGC – St. Louis mation about membership. Visit www.asamid***SAVE THE DATE! west.com for registration information. For more Beer, Brats & a Band … What more do you information about the event, contact ASA need? Executive Director Susan Winkelmann at JUNE 13, 2013 (more details to follow). susan@asamidwest.com or 314/845-0855.


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Komatsu Adds D31EX-22, D31PX-22 to Its HST Dozer Fleet Komatsu America Corp.’s D31EX-22 and D31PX-22 crawler dozers are equipped with Komatsu’s hydrostatic transmission (HST). These machines are designed for work in general construction, site preparation, home building, forestry and utility applications. Building on the successful design of the D51-22 dozer series, the D31EX-22 machines feature a super-slant nose coupled with a new cab forward design that moves the operator closer to the blade while improving machine balance, ride and stability. Outfitted with a Komatsu SAA4D95LE-5 engine, these new models push with a net hp of 78 (58 kW) at 2,200 RPM and range in operating weight from 17,020 to 18,827 lbs. (7,720 to 8,540 kg), depending on the machine version. With 86 in. (218 cm) of track on the ground both standard (EX) and low ground pressure (PX) models offer customers weight distribution and flotation options to best match their application. The D31-22 steering system provides smooth agile movement when dozing, even in gradual turns, permitting the operator to approach dozing objects accurately in corner grading and sidewall operations. The D31-22 dozers employ a large power angle tilt blade with a capacity of 2.09 to 2.11 cu. yds. (1.59 to 1.6 cu m), which results in more material staying on the blade and making it a more productive machine. The dozer is equipped with the latest KOMTRAX technology, which sends machine operating information to a secure Web site utilizing wireless technology. Hour meter, location, cautions, load ratio, fuel consumption and maintenance alerts — to name a few of its features — are relayed to the web application for analysis. The KOMTRAX fleet monitoring system increases machine availability, reduces the risk of machine theft, allows for remote diagnosis by the distributor, and provides a wealth of other information to drive business efficiency and productivity. Special features of the D31EX/PX-22 include: • Hydrostatic Transmission Selection of either variable or

Outfitted with a Komatsu SAA4D95LE-5 engine, these new models push with a net hp of 78 (58 kW) at 2,200 RPM and range in operating weight from 17,020 to 18,827 lbs. (7,720 to 8,540 kg), depending on the machine version.

quick-shift speed control allows the D31-22 dozers to achieve maximum efficiency during fine or rough grading operations with optimal travel speeds to match job conditions and operator preferences. Switching between modes is as simple as pushing a button. When the variable speed is selected, travel speed is adjustable through a 20 incremental speed range. Travel speed is shown on an LED monitor display and controlled by the shift buttons on the PCCS travel control. The quickshift speed selection enables the operator to select three predetermined speed settings to match job conditions. A separate brake and decelerator pedal provide easy, predictable operation. • Blade Visibility and

Comfortable Ride The new cab forward, integrated ROPS/FOPS dozer cab — designed with large glass windows — provides more room for operators while moving them closer to the blade for improved visibility and increased comfort. Internal cab air pressure and air filters minimize dust inside the cab, and new cab damper mounts suppress noise and vibration when traveling over rough terrain. • Palm Command Control System (PCCS) Komatsu’s low-effort palm command control system (PCCS) is ergonomically designed to provide efficient operation while enhancing operator comfort. The palm command control system travel joystick allows the operator to maintain a relaxed posture with-

out sacrificing control. The blade control joystick utilizes the proportional pressure control (PPC) valve for fine control of machine operation. • Convenient Maintenance Equals Guaranteed Reliability Acknowledging that maintenance is critical for successful equipment uptime, Komatsu designed the D31-22 with easy routine maintenance in mind. Daily engine checks are grouped at the left-hand side of the engine compartment for easy access, while the rear mounted swing-up electronically-controlled reversible hydraulic fan allows for easy checks of the radiator, oil cooler and Charge Air Cooler. The D3122 also boasts extended undercarriage life with large links and large diameter bushings for reduced

undercarriage maintenance costs. Other features that contribute to maintenance efficiency and machine durability include: • Ground level daily checks for easy maintenance. • Hydraulic dynamic braking system, requiring less maintenance than conventional braking systems. • Improved track life with increased bushing diameter, improved seals, long link pitch and a lubricated track. • Large bolt-on center blade ball increases wear life. • Central cab monitor is equipped with onboard diagnostics to help speed repairs. • Heavy-plate steel and strong steel castings used throughout. For more information, visit www.komatsuamerica.com.


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The biogas powered airport snow sweeper, delivered by AEBI Schmidt to Swedavia, is just one of the success stories to come out of Volvo CE’s OEM business model approach.

Volvo Construction Equipment Earns Quality Innovation of the Year Award A business model from Volvo Construction Equipment (Volvo CE) designed to allow third party manufacturers to utilize the company’s technology wowed judges at the Swedish Institute for Quality (SIQ) with its specialist approach. After impressing the jury, Volvo CE was presented with the Quality Innovation of the Year Award (Nov. 8) at a ceremony in Finland. The awards aim to recognize the most innovative organizations for their high quality work. Through its original equipment manufacturer (OEM) business model, Volvo CE offers tailored solutions to customers wanting partial machines for integration into their product development and launch processes. “Volvo offers a wide range of high quality elements that can be built upon and customized to meet the specific needs of third party manufacturers,” said Arne Johansson, manager of the OEM business at Volvo CE. “This approach allows us to provide OEM businesses with the specific parts they need in order to create innovative solutions rather than relying on conventional technology.” Energy Efficient Snow Clearing Volvo CE has supplied approximately 50 articulated hauler front tractor units for integration into snow sweepers. A snow sweeper clears the snow in three stages. First the plough shovels the snow off to the side, then the rotary brush sweeps the remaining snow away and finally the blower generates an intensive air flow over the entire swept area. One of the success stories from the OEM business model approach is a biogas powered airport snow sweeper,

(L-R) are Rolf Willkrans, director of environmental affairs at Volvo Public Affairs, Jörgen Ahlberg, Volvo CE engineer in the hauler product improvement team, and Arne Johansson, manager of the OEM business at Volvo CE.

delivered by AEBI Schmidt to Swedavia — a state-owned group that owns, operates and develops 11 airports across Sweden. The snow sweeper combines a Volvo A25 articulated hauler tractor unit and snow-plough with a brush and blower fitted to a rear machine driven by a Volvo Penta D13 engine. Both the front and rear engines have been modified for methane diesel combustion. “During this project we capitalized on the knowledge of our colleagues in Volvo Trucks who, together with Volvo Public Affairs, helped us transfer methane diesel technology to Volvo CE and Volvo Penta,” said Jörgen Ahlberg, a Volvo CE engineer in the hauler product improvement team. “The technology combines the high energy efficiency of a regular diesel engine and the use of renewable biogas as the primary fuel. There is around a 30 percent improvement in fuel efficiency compared to a spark-ignited

biogas engine and the machine has a substantially lower CO2 footprint than a conventional unit. This is the first snow sweeper that uses biogas as the primary fuel source in an energy efficient way.” Innovative Solutions “We are extremely proud to win this award,” said Anders P. Larsson, executive vice president of Volvo CE’s Technology function. “This business model has allowed us to improve the operational performance of a wider customer base and access applications we couldn’t previously. The Volvo Group is at the forefront of technological development and we are fortunate to have the strength of the Group behind us and all the benefits of shared technology. This means that our customers can benefit from innovative, industry-leading solutions at a higher quality and lower cost.” For more information, visit www.volvo.com.

www.coastalequipment.net 504 South Military Hwy. 333 Freedom Blvd. Virginia Beach, VA 23464 Yorktown, VA 23692 757/424-1900 757/898-1900

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

380 Anderson Road Highway Rock Hill, SC 29730 803/325-1555 Fax 803/325-1506 2421 US Highway 64 East Asheboro, NC 27203 336/625-2212 Fax 336/625-0738 2725 Old Monroe Road Matthews, NC 28104 704/821-7399 Fax 704/821-4915 805 Klumac Road Salisbury, NC 28144 704/636-2671 Fax 704/633-4827

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Equipment Company Flint Equipment Company 1206 Blaylock St. Albany, GA 31705 229/888-1212 Fax: 229/435-3612 180 Princeton Blvd. Adairsville, GA 30103-2628 770-773-9857 Fax: 770-773-7226 4500 Wendell Dr. SW Atlanta, GA 30336-1627 404/691-9445 Fax: 404/696-1170

116 Corporate Drive Simpsonville, SC 29681 864/963-5835 Fax: 864/963-7405 4717 Jefferies Hwy Walterboro, SC 29488 843/539-1420 Fax: 843/539-1424 3464 Sunset Boulevard West Columbia, SC 29169 803/794-9340 Fax: 803/794-9346 178 Seaboard Road Andrews, SC 29510 843/221-4940 Fax: 843/221-4942

5333 BBS Way Braselton, GA 30517-1707 770-965-1889 Fax: 770-965-1894 251 Perry Lane Road Brunswick, GA 31525 912-264-6161 Fax: 912-264-5263 2400 Victory Dr. Columbus, GA 31902-3457 706/687-3344 Fax: 706/682-4738 515 Chamblin Rd. Grovetown, GA 30813-3905 706/855-5440 Fax: 706/855-5447 136 Acres Drive Ladson, SC 29546 843/572-0400 Fax: 843/572-7746 4600 Pio Nono Ave Macon, GA 31206-5064 478/788-1586 Fax: 478/781-8591 7566 W. Tennessee St. Tallahassee, FL 32304 850/575-5600 Fax: 850/575-9972 3033 US Highway 27 East Perry, FL 32348 850/584-9200 Fax: 850/584-2844 169 Ross Clark Circle N.E. Dothan, AL 36303 334/794-8691 Fax: 334/794-8696 50 Morgan Industrial Blvd. Garden City, GA 31408 912/964-7370 Fax: 912/964-1822 1220 Henderson HWY Troy, AL 36081 334/566-4181 Fax: 334/566-4361 4900 East Highway 501 Aynor, SC 29511 843/358-5688 Fax: 843/358-2826

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Woodlawn Construction Leads Loudoun Water Job

Matt Martin (L, front) of Woodlawn Construction and Sam Burns (R, front) of Ditch Witch of Virginia showcasing the 20 in. (50.8 cm) Underground Solutions Inc. PVC casing pipe with the Woodlawn Construction drill crew. LOUDOUN from page 8

county is profiting from wastewater that would otherwise be discharged. “One gallon we don’t put back is one gallon we don’t pull from the Potomac River,” Welliver stated. Reclaimed water is not to be confused with grey water. Grey water is the practice of collecting non-potable water, typically from sink drains, and using it at the same building for irrigation or flushing of commodes. The quality of reclaimed water is much higher because it is treated to specific quality levels in the wastewater plant.

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Savings in the Pipe Data centers in Loudoun County make an ideal customer base for a reclaimed water project as connections to potable and reclaimed water mains provide valuable redundancy and reliability of supply. Currently, an average of 60,000 gal./day from the completed reclaim water mains is used for irrigation, flushing and cooling. The bored section of the project loop Woodlawn Construction completed will bring approximately 1 million gal./day to serve more prospective customers. Significant savings are realized in reclaimed water as the cost per gallon is substantially less than the cost per gallon of potable water, according to the company. Two pipes at 870 ft. each would appear as an added expense to the job, but actually were an important part of the cost savings. A separate casing pipe was required by the Northern Virginia Regional Park Authority, owners of the 45-mi. multi-use Washington & Old Dominion rail-trail. The carrier and casing pipe requirement raised concern of material costs and job site costs with HDPE pipe. While HDPE had been the norm in the

water and sewer industry, PVC is 2.5 times stronger in tension and thus smaller in diameter than HDPE. Underground Solutions Inc. became an integral part of the project because the company not only made fusible, gasket-free and leak-free PVC pipe, but also offered the carrier pipe in purple, the mandated pipe color for reclaim water in Virginia. Add to the mix the bore was “going through solid rock and would have been cost prohibitive with larger diameter HDPE,” commented Gary Shepherd, southeast regional sales manager of Underground Solutions Inc. Pulling a PVC carrier pipe with a 17.4 in. (44 cm) outer diameter and a PVC casing pipe of 22 in. (56 cm) outer diameter incurred less expense per foot, and less fluid and material costs than pulling HDPE pipes of 22 in. outer diameter and 30 in. (76 cm) outer diameter, respectively. On Budget, and on Time The 190 hp (141.6 kW) Cummins diesel engine JT4020 AT pulled back the two pipes with ease. The 20 in. casing pipe pullback through solid rock took approximately 6 hours while the 16 in. carrier pipe pullback inside the casing pipe was finished in 2 hours. For the small footprint, “the power of the machine is outstanding. The show of muscle was its ability to go through the rock,” Shepherd said. “Woodlawn Construction stayed on schedule and performed within budget,” said Welliver. The installation was deemed a notable success in Virginia given the length and use of both casing and carrier pipes. “We’re proud of the job from our pipe standpoint. That’s for sure,” Shepherd said. Woodlawn Construction “having this [Ditch Witch JT4020 AT] machine made it possible,” Welliver supported.


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Vermeer Southeast Sales & Service, Inc. 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 • Fax: 407-293-8087 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 • Fax: 850-575-5718 Marietta, GA 1320 Gresham Rd. Marietta, GA 30062 770-973-8811 • Fax: 770-973-7829 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

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FLINT EQUIPMENT COMPANY 1206 Blaylock St, P.O. Box 3329 Albany, GA 31706 229/888-1212 Fax: 229/435-3612 Cuthbert GA 229/732-2631 Dothan, AL 334/794-8691 Troy, AL 334/566-4181 Perry, FL 850/584-9200 Tallahassee, FL 850/575-5600 West Columbia, SC 29169 803/794-9340

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portfolio of more than 300 projects in almost three dozen countries on five continents. With each project, Player’s attention to detail is clear. “Mr. Player is a farmer at heart, and his brother, Dr. Ian Player, has been one of the world’s leading conservationists,” said Ferrell. “His passion runs deep, particularly when it comes to conserving water, the world’s most precious resource. He pushes the entire GPD team to be sensitive in this area. We work to minimize turf areas when possible, design a water collection and reuse system, make sensible grass selections that take less to maintain in certain climates and advise the golf course superintendent on playing conditions that will conserve water. Mr. Player actually built his own golf course on his ranch in South Africa where he experimented with all kinds of water-saving techniques.” One of only a handful of courses now under construction

ing exercises to promote proper drainage, to state-of-the-art irrigation systems to save water, to safety concerns, to environmental sensitivities. But it all comes together with the proper vision and commitment.” Ferrell said a lot of thought went into the planning of the new course, which is in the final stages of grassing. “It’s not really a mountain course with elevation changes, but the views of the surrounding mountains are absolutely beautiful. The Saluda River does come into play a fair amount for golfers to experience, but great care was taken to respect appropriate buffer zones along the banks. Many of the course holes are framed by rough bunker complexes that are accented by native grasses that are easy to maintain. The grasses also were incorporated amongst the multiple tee boxes to help minimize maintenance requirements. From an aesthetic standpoint, these grasses and features will provide wonderful color and texture contrasts. “The fairways are generous, and there is really no rough; however, firm and fast conditions will tend to narrow the playing areas. An exciting feature is the fact the course is so walkable. Most tees are in very close proximity to the previous green,” Ferrell said. Todd Tilton, project manager/estimator for contractor Medalist Golf Inc., Cumming, Ga., said that crews have recently been grading the site for the maintenance complex, with finishing and sod work almost complete on the driving range. On the job periodically since March 2011, Tilton said their work should end by late October. “The owner requested an acceleration in completion, so staffing the project to achieve the owner’s new Saluda River does come into play a fair amount for goals was the biggest challenge. We had as many as 50 The golfers to experience, but great care was taken to respect men on 10 different crews at the peak of construction,” appropriate buffer zones along the banks. said Tilton. Medalist Golf teams put in long hours, with safety a chief concern at all times. Workers also had to be sensitive to in North America and the seventh golf course in The Cliffs, environmental issues, that included sediment and erosion the project, however, has suffered its share of setbacks. “Work began in 2009, but we have had a couple of sigcontrol measures. From proper routing, grading to promote nificant delays, primarily due to market conditions. Like viradequate drainage, implementing irrigation systems to save tually all residential developments in North America, The water, countless details had to be resolved. Excavators, including 330-sized machines, were used for Cliffs has been through a difficult time. A new group has heavy earthwork, detailed golf feature shaping and drainage taken over and is positioning the entire group of communipipe installation. Bulldozers roughly the size of a D5 or John ties for the future. Having tangible activity through the comDeere 750 performed earthwork operations and golf feature pletion and opening of a golf course is very significant in shaping. Articulated off-road trucks were used for heavy today’s environment, and I’m sure The Cliffs will be leverearth work and materials transport around the job site. Sixty- aging this positive news as markets recover,” said Ferrel In late August 2012, The Cliffs Club and Hospitality five hp grading tractors were used for finish work as well as Sand-Pro machines for fine tuning the greens surfaces. Group emerged from bankruptcy under the ownership of TC-55 loaders hauled various materials during construction. Silver Sun Partners. Silver Sun has established Cliffs Club Thousands of tons of bunker sand, 3/8-in. crushed granite Partners, and Cliffs Land Partners, respectively to manage double washed gravel and greens-mix — a blended mixture club operations as well as real estate sales, marketing and of 90 percent sand and 10 percent sphagnum peat — were development. The Cliffs Communities is made up of seven needed for construction of the greens, tees and the bunkers. private communities located between Asheville, N.C., and Miles of HDPE pipe, hundreds of cast iron grates on the Greenville, S.C. Surrounded by more than a million acres of state parks inlets and more than 100 acres of various varieties of sod also were utilized, along with PVC irrigation pipe, approxi- and national forests, The Cliffs at Mountain Park Golf mately 1,000 sprinkler heads, copper wiring to control the Course is set in a wooded valley and was planned to preheads and hundreds of cu. yds. of colored concrete for the serve the site’s natural beauty and reduce operating and maintenance costs by using organic materials and ecocart paths. This latest course is designed to the specifications of Gary friendly design practices. It is scheduled to open in the fall Player, aka “The Black Knight,” who’s among the origi- of 2013. (This story also can be found on Construction nal inductees into the World Golf Hall of Fame and is one Equipment Guide’s Web site at www.constructionequipof only five golfers to ever win the Grand Slam on the PGA Tour. Gary Player and Gary Player Design have created a mentguide.com.) 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Featuring a high horsepower-per-cutting-tooth ratio, the BM2000/60-2 cold planer milling machine from Bomag is designed to remove damaged or deteriorated asphalt surfaces from highways, streets and parking lots. Easily transportable and delivering high production, the unit offers cutting widths of either 79 or 86 in. (200 or 218 cm) to remove a half lane of road surface in one pass. The BM2000/60-2 is equipped with 168 milling teeth and is powered by a fuel-efficient Deutz water-cooled diesel engine. The milling machine features a 590-hp (440 kW) engine that delivers a horsepower-per-cutting-tooth ratio of 3.5 and efficient maximum working speed of 131.2 ft. (40 m) per minute. The unit is capable of milling depths between 0 and 12.6 in. (0 and 32 cm). The machine comes standard with coordinated, four-track steering, providing added maneuverability in commercial applications and other tight job locations. The BM2000/602 has an inside turning radius of 7 ft. (2 m). For optimal consistency while working over changing grades and slopes, the milling depth can be controlled using the INTELPLANER automatic depth control system. INTELPLANER allows the operator to dial in the appropriate grade, and a microprocessor automatically cuts to the

desired depth as it moves along the asphalt surface. An ergonomic workstation on the BM2000/60-2 includes a completely vibration-insulated operator’s platform that eliminates hazardous vibrations through both the floor plate and operating console. The cab protects the operator from weather elements, as well as from trees or other obstacles, while offering spacious comfort to enhance the working environment. The platform provides enhanced job site visibility, while dual grade and slope controls allow simple and safe operation from either side of the machine. For fast maintenance in the field, the BM2000/60-2 features quick-change cutting teeth and holders. Maintenance is further simplified by an onboard computer system, complete with graphic LCD readout, that monitors and controls machine functions. This system continuously informs the operator of the machine’s working condition and can be used to check the status of scheduled maintenance requirements with the press of a button. The machine also features highcapacity storage compartments for immediate access to wear parts, tools and personal equipment. Other standard equipment on the BM2000/60-2 includes a large capacity 924-gal. (3,498 L) water tank and 317-gal. (1,200 L) fuel tank to allow longer periods of operation. Due

The BM2000/60-2 is equipped with 168 milling teeth and is powered by a fuel-efficient Deutz water-cooled diesel engine. The milling machine features a 590-hp (440 kW) engine that delivers a horsepower-per-cutting-tooth ratio of 3.5 and efficient maximum working speed of 131.2 ft. (40 m) per minute.

to a front-loading, hydraulically foldable discharge conveyor, the planer can easily be transported to and from the jobsite. For more information call 309/853-3571 or visit www.bomag.com/us.

ADM Adds Warm-Mix Capability to MileMaker Asphalt Plant Asphalt Drum Mixers Inc. future job specifications since (ADM) has added a warm-mix dual-drum systems easily can be asphalt system to its MileMaker adapted to accommodate new Series asphalt plants. The new sysmix specifications, according to tem delivers even more versatility the manufacturer. to the plants, which boast to be the A wide range of components most fuel-efficient, mix-design further customizes each plant for flexible and productive plants withparticular customer needs. in the 160 to 425 tons-(145 to 385 Available individual components t) per-hour range, according to the include cold feed bins, hot oil manufacturer. asphalt cement tanks (both horiPreviously producing only hotzontal and vertical), direct-fired mix asphalt designs, the Previously producing only hot-mix asphalt designs, the horizontal cement tanks, portable MileMaker now has the capability MileMaker now has the capability to introduce water or and stationary bag houses, minerto introduce water or other chemi- other chemicals into liquid asphalt entering the plant, al filler systems, recycled asphalt appropriately lowering the temperature to warmcals into liquid asphalt entering the thereby pavement systems, self-erect and mix specifications. plant, thereby appropriately lowerstationary silos, weigh and drag ing the temperature to warm-mix specifica- cost-per-ton average. conveyors, weigh batchers and fuel oil tanks. MileMaker plants, which are available in tions. ADM keeps the environment a priority in The dual-drum plants use counterflow portable, relocatable or stationary versions, its designs. The MileMaker ranks as the technology, which operates separate drying meet all federal and state specifications and most environmentally sound asphalt plant in and mixing zones to achieve the maximum consistently produce quality asphalt to help its class. By using counter flow technology, level of heat transfer and fuel efficiency. This protect operators against out-of-spec dam- it virtually eliminates unsafe hydrocarbon enables the MileMaker to achieve a high ages. While producing the latest mix emissions, which are a common problem production volume and an extremely low designs, the plants also come prepared for with other drum mix plants. The MileMaker

produces the cleanest stack tests and also can handle large percentages of recycled asphalt pavement (RAP) without reducing the temperature or producing blue smoke. To make the MileMaker Series even more environmentally friendly, ADM designed the system to reintroduce residual gases back to the drum’s combustion zone. The MileMaker’s design features a sophisticated, yet technically easy-to-operate control system. One plant operator and one loader operator can control the entire operation. A new operator can be trained within a few hours, and on site staff will be able to handle nearly all maintenance procedures, according to the manufacturer. In addition to the MileMaker, ADM also offers the RoadBuilder Series and SPL Series. Each ADM plant can be custom designed to meet the requirements of individual sites, essentially building each client’s business based upon the components and plant size needed. For more information, call 260/637-5729 or visit www.admasphaltplants.com.µ


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Opelika-Auburn, AL (334) 749-3359 Oxford-Anniston, AL (800) 547-8897 Panama City, FL (850) 785-4007 Pensacola, FL (850) 471-6700 Shelby County, AL (205) 664-4833 Thomasville, AL (334) 636-0420 Tuscaloosa, AL (205) 247-2800 Tuscumbia, AL (256) 381-2771

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Dynapac’s CC 624F 7KHXOWLPDWHLQYLVLELOLW\IXHOHI¿FLHQF\ and compaction performance... Dynapac’s CC624HF double-drum, high frequency vibratory asphalt rollers offer complete compaction control including mat temperature, speed, blows per foot, and other exceptional features. Designed to meet the needs of road contractors – HI¿FLHQWO\FRPSDFWLQJDQ\W\SHRIDVSKDOWPL[

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West Palm Beach, FL 561.296.9710

Perry, FL 850.584.9200

Greensboro, NC 336.668.2762

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JAMES RIVER EQUIPMENT Ashland, VA 23005 804/798-6001 Burkeville, VA 23922 434/767-5578 Chester, VA 23831 804/748-9324 Fishersville, VA 22939 540/337-3057 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 Asheville, NC 28806 828/667-0176 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

WHILE SOME PEOPLE ARE HAVING A PROBLEM GRASPING THE CONCEPT, THEY’RE SURE NOT HAVING ANY DIFFICULTY GRABBING THE RESULTS. It’s a rubber tire roller that vibrates with enough centrifugal force to equal the output of a 55,000 pound pneumatic. The GW750 handles the toughest HMA mixes with ease, getting balanced high densities from the top through the bottom of the mat. Great on SMA, too! And it provides a sound interlock between new overlays and profiled surfaces. It’s bonus time!



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Bill Grevas…

Bergkamp Inc. Hires New Sales Manager Bill Grevas is Bergkamp Inc.’s new sales manager. He will direct Bergkamp’s sales team and be responsible for overseeing its day-to-day sales orders and customer requests from both contractors and government agencies. One of his goals is to be a visible resource for customers by visiting them in the field to find out what they like about Bergkamp’s equipment, what is working and what the company can make better. Previously serving as a member of the development department of Kansas State University’s College of Technology and Aviation — most recently as its associate vice president of development — he brings a strong sense of sales strategies as they relate to the customer, according to the company. “Bill has a proven track record in growing sales,” said Bill Cooper, vice president/chief operating officer. “His leadership and strong customer relations background make him an excellent fit for Bergkamp and our company growth goals moving forward.” For more information, call 785/825-1375 or visit www.bergkampinc.com.

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1945 Forest Parkway Lake City, GA 30260 (800) 875-5659 (404) 361-1593

1487 Rock Springs Road Kingsport, TN 37664 (423) 349-6111 Highway 58 @153 Chattanooga, TN 37406 (423) 894-1870 1290 Bridgestone Pkwy LaVergne, TN 37086 (615) 213-0900 3050 Ferrell Park Cove Memphis, TN 38116-3502 (901) 346-9800 1545 Highway 45 Saltillo, MS 38866 (662) 869-0283

RISH EQUIPMENT COMPANY Bill Grevas will direct Bergkamp’s sales team and be responsible for overseeing its day-to-day sales orders and customer requests from both contractors and government agencies.

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Asphalt Preservation Tools Provide Eco-Friendly, Cost-Effective Repairs 

The launch of the new Bobcat asphalt preservation tools (APT) system provides asphalt paving contractors and government customers with an innovative system that is powered by Bobcat loaders for cost-effective repairs that minimize traffic disruption, according to the manufacturer. This simple restoration system will be beneficial to asphalt paving contractors and road repair crews at all levels of government for repairing potholes and other surface defects like cracks, deteriorating surfaces and frost heaves that develop in streets, highways and parking lots. The system also is ideal for reclamation of driveways, trails and golf cart paths. These attachments are designed to perform a three-step asphalt preservation process that seamlessly fuses recycled asphalt with surrounding asphalt to create a strong and durable bond that outlasts conventional asphalt approaches, because it does not involve cold joints or repeated treatments. The Bobcat asphalt preservation tools help answer a growing need for eco-friendly restoration processes that will decrease expenses and extend the life of road and highway repairs. According to the National Asphalt Pavement Association, the United States has more than 2 million miles of paved roads and highways, and 94 percent of those are surfaced with asphalt. The asphalt preservation tools system consists of an infrared asphalt heater and an asphalt processor that is compatible with 12 approved Bobcat all-wheel steer loaders, skid steer loaders and track loaders including the A300, A770, S300, S330, S750, S770, S850, T300, T320, T750, T770 and

The asphalt preservation tools system consists of an infrared asphalt heater and an asphalt processor that is compatible with 12 approved Bobcat all-wheel steer loaders, skid steer loaders and track loaders.







 

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Asphalt preservation tools system will be beneficial to asphalt paving contractors and road repair crews at all levels of government for repairing potholes and other surface defects like cracks, deteriorating surfaces and frost heaves that develop in streets, highways and parking lots.

T870. These attachments can be connected to the loader quickly and easily with the Bob-Tach attachment mounting system, which provides a tight-fit attachment hookup. The 3,760-lb. (1,705 kg) AH30 heater is 59 in. (150 cm) long, 84.4 in. (214 cm) high and 111.4 in. (283 cm) wide. Its three infrared heating elements can heat an asphalt repair area as large as 30 sq. ft. (2.8 sq m) to 300 F (149 C) to soften and recycle the asphalt for the milling process. The 995-lb. (451 kg) AP40 processor is 60.4 in. (153 cm) long, 47.7 in. (121 cm) high and 76.9 in. (195 cm) wide. It can mill existing damaged asphalt material up to 45.5 in. (115.5 cm) wide with cutting depths ranging from 1.5 to 6 in. (3.8 to 15 cm) deep. The unit can process, remix and level the rejuvenated asphalt to the desired depth and prepare it for compaction. This asphalt recycling system saves an average of 60 percent of the costs associated with other asphalt repair methods. By reducing the consumption of raw materials, the system also eliminates the purchase, storing and transporting of additional resources. Additionally, the Bobcat asphalt restoration process requires less manpower and less transporting equipment, according to the manufacturer. The system also works when the job requires high maneuverability, as the Bobcat loader and attachments can conduct work within a single lane, minimizing traffic disruption. It is an ideal solution when a smaller repair will answer the need, as opposed to a large asphalt overlay project. For more information, visit www.bobcat.com.



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THE NEW DYNAMIC EFFICIENCY W 210i WITH MORE THAN 60 NEW INNOVATIVE FEATURES More power with less fuel technology: PTS – Parallel to Surface WIDRIVE – New control solutions ISC – Intelligent speed control LEVEL PRO – Designed for the crew 3DS – Flexible application drum speed VCS – Environmentally friendly

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1993 Blaw Knox PF-150 Paver, 8-13’ screed w/diesel heat, Deutz diesel engine

NEW Marathon HEPR36 Walk Behind Infrared Heater, 3’x3’, 360,000 BTU

2005 Midland SPD-8 Road Widener, 8’ widening, dual discharge, Hydrostatic drive, 2-3’ hyd extention

NEW Marathon TPS250T Tack Distributor, Honda 5.5hp gas engine, 10GPM pumping system, 250 gallon capacity, 5’ spray wand w/40’ hose, 10” filler lid, dual burners

1999 Blaw Knox PF 5510 Paver, Ultimat 10-20 electric screed, smoke eater, power crown & slope

2003 Hypac C530AH 9 Wheel Rubber Tire Roller, Cummins 3.3L diesel engine, co-co mats, water system, ROPS canopy

2011 Marathon KERA10 Walk Behind Crack Sealer, 10 gallon material vat, full wrap around oil jacket, manual full sweep agitation, heated 3/4” discharge valve

1997 Elgin Whirlwind Series L Sweeper, 1997 Ford Cargo truck w/Cummins Diesel 5.9L, Allison automatic 4 spd, 2 spd, air brakes

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www.tractor-equipment.com RICHMOND MACHINERY & EQUIPMENT CO., INC. 1701 Roseneath Rd. Richmond, VA 23230 1-800-662-6485

FLORIDA Pensacola, FL 850-505-0550 Panama City, FL 850-763-4654

ALABAMA 5336 Messer Airport Hwy. Birmingham, AL 35212 205-591-2131 Fax: 205-591-8321

Grove Hill, AL 251-275-4158 Tuscumbia, AL 256-383-5666 Dothan, AL 334-678-1832

Mobile, AL 251-457-8991 Decatur, AL 256-355-0305 Alabaster, AL 205-621-2489

Tuscaloosa, A 205-752-0621 Montgomery, AL 334-288-6580 Oxford, AL 256-831-2440

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NORTRAX SARASOTA PARTS Sarasota, FL 34243 941-752-1300

WEST PALM BEACH West Palm Beach, FL 33404 561-848-6618

POMPANO BEACH PARTS Pompano Beach, FL 33064 954-977-9541

TAMPA PARTS Riverview, FL 33569 813-621-4902

ORLANDO Orlando, FL 32804 407-299-1212

MELBOURNE PARTS West Melbourne, FL 32904 321-729-8944

MIAMI Miami, FL 33166 305-592-5740

FORT MYERS Ft. Myers, FL 33916 239-334-3627

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Komatsu 475A Dozer 1:50 Scale...$145

John Deere 850K Dozer $50

Caterpillar D6K Track-Type Tractor $60

Allis-Chalmers Forest Green HD21 Dozer/Ripper, 1:50 Scale......................................................................................$90 Allis-Chalmers Orange HD21 Dozer/Ripper, 1:50 Scale $90

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Allis-Chalmers Yellow HD21 Dozer/Ripper, 1:50 Scale ..$90

John Deere 850K Dozer ..................................................$60

Komatsu HD605 Off-Highway Truck, 1:50 Scale ..........$80

Ext. 197

Bantam Truck Mounted Shovel, 1:50 Scale ....................$60

John Deere 624K Wheel Loader, 1:50 Scale..................$45

Komatsu D375 Dozer, 1:50 Scale..................................$110

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Bantam Truck Mounted Crane, 1:50 Scale ..................$125

John Deere 400D Articulated Truck, 1:50 Scale............$50

John Deere 872 GP Grader, 1:50 Scale ..........................$60

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Bantam C-35 Crawler Shovel, 1:50 Scale ......................$70

International TD-25 $70

Komatsu HM250 Articulated Truck, 1:50 Scale ............$80

Bobcat A300 Skid Steer Loader, 1:25 Scale ..................$40

Komatsu PC14R Mini-Excavator, 1:32 Scale ................$50

Bobcat E35 Compact Excavator, 1:25 Scale ................$60

Caterpillar 226B3 Skid Steer Loader, 1:32 Scale ..........$50

Komatsu PC200 Excavator, 1:50 Scale ........................$105

Bobcat M200 Gold Skid Steer Loader, 1:25 Scale ........$30

Caterpillar 247B3 Multi-Terrain Track Loader, 1:32 Scale ..

Komatsu PC350 LC Excavator, 1:50 Scale ....................$90

..........................................................................................$50

Komatsu PC2000-8 Front Shovel, 1:50 Scale..............$260

Caterpillar 432E Backhoe/Loader, 1:50 Scale ..............$75

Komatsu SK1020 Skid Steer Loader, 1:25 Scale ..........$40

Bobcat M400 Gold 50th Anniversary Skid Steer Loader, 1:25 Scale..........................................................................$25 Bobcat M610 Golden 50th Anniversary Skid Steer Loader ..............................................................................$25 Bobcat S175 Skid Steer Loader, 1:25 Scale ..................$45 Bobcat S205 Skid Steer Loader & Pick-Up Truck/Trailer

Caterpillar 906H Compact Loader, 1:50 Scale ..............$40

Komatsu WA500 Wheel Loader, 1:50 Scale ..................$95

Caterpillar Military 924H Versalink Loader in Desert Camouflage, 1:50 Scale ..................................................$45 Caterpillar 963D Track Loader, 1:50 Scale ....................$60

Set, 1:50 Scale ..................................................................$65 Bobcat 743 Skid Steer Loader, 1:25 Scale ....................$40 Bobcat 773 50th Anniversary Skid Steer Loader, 1:25 Scale..................................................................................$25 Bobcat 2008 Road Tour Semi Tractor/Trailer, 1:64 Scale ..

Komatsu SK1026 Skid Steer Loader, 1:25 Scale ..........$40

Komatsu Mack Granite MP w/Lowboy Trailer, 1:50 Scale .. ........................................................................................$100 Link-Belt 800 X2 Excavator,1:50 Scale ........................$200

Caterpillar 977 Traxcavator, 1:50 Scale..........................$55 Doosan Moxy MT31 Articulated Truck ........................$115 Hamm GRW280 Compactor w/Cabin ............................$80 Hamm 3307 Compact Roller, 1:34 Scale ........................$60

Link-Belt 80100 Rough Terrain Crane..........................$200 Mack Granite MP w/ Bottom Dump Trailer ....................$95 Mack R Model Mixer Truck, Patriotic Detailing, 1:34 Scale .. ..........................................................................................$95

..........................................................................................$25

Hitachi EH700 Off-Highway Truck, 1:50 Scale ..............$40

Northwest 25-D Shovel, 1:50 Scale ................................$75

Caterpillar Military D8R Track-Type Tractor, 1:50 Scale$65

International "S" Series Dump Truck,1:25 Scale ........$125

Peterbilt 367 Dump Truck w/ Beavertail Trailer, 1:50 Scale

Caterpillar D8T Track-Type Tractor, 1:50 Scale ..........$110

International TD-15 Dozer, 1:50 Scale ............................$65

........................................................................................$100

Caterpillar D10T Track-Type Tractor, 1:50 Scale ........$105

International TD-20E Dozer, 1:64 Scale..........................$24

Volvo EC460 L Excavator, 1:50 Scale ..........................$150

Caterpillar D11R Track-Type Tractor, 1:50 Scale ..........$90

International TD-25 Dozer, 1:50 Scale ............................$70

Volvo SD-122 Soil Compactor, 1:72 Scale ....................$25

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EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITY Service Manager Job Job Function Manages service operations within the dealership to maximize return on investment. Optimizes service department processes to ensure internal and external customer satisfaction. Grow profitable service labor sales. Exercises disciplined expense control. Attract and retain outstanding talent and department personnel. The position of Service Manager requires organizational ability. This position is part of the management group of the dealership. Essential Duties 1. Develops and maintains effective service department processes to ensure internal and external customer satisfaction. 2. Schedules service work according to priority and maintains orderly flow of work. 3. Proactively solicits work for jobs that have been quoted and machines due maintenance. 4. Advises customers of necessary repair service including estimates of cost; also makes recommendations to customers for preventative maintenance. 5. Handles customer complaint problems pertaining to service and repair work. 6. Responsible for keeping shop area clean. 7. Creates annual service department goals and budget, in alignment with the organization’s financial and operational objectives. 8. Takes the lead in sharing best practices and implementing common processes throughout the service department. 9. Submits all service warranty and product improvement program claims within the required time frame to receive maximum credit. 10. Recruits, hires, develops and retains key talent by maintaining a current internal depth chart, recruiting and hiring plans and individual development plans. 11. Maintains all department tools, equipment and vehicles in good working order.

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Consolidated Resource Recovery, Inc. 3025 Whitfield Avenue Sarasota, Florida 34243 941.756.0977 Fax: 941.751.6942 Has the following positions available: Drivers - Full time driving positions; walking floor trailers and lowboy transports for heavy equipment. Minimum 5 years of experience driving with a Class A CDL; lowboy transport requires hazmat endorsement. Clean driver’s license. Driver/Route Manager – dispatch transport and product delivery drivers throughout the state. Establish routes, maintain permits, track product at various sites. Clean driver’s license. Heavy Equipment Shop Manager – schedule and dispatch field mechanics in maintenance and repair of heavy equipment and tractor trailers. Oversee all aspects of daily operations, maintenance and repairs in our Sarasota shop. Clean driver’s license. Safety Manager – administers safety program for land clearing and yard waste recycling company. Clean driver’s license. Heavy Equipment Operators - Immediate openings for experienced excavator operators and/or loader operators using various attachments for land clearing crew. Live around Tampa Bay area, must be able to travel. Clean driver’s license, reliable transportation with insurance. Pay commensurate with experience plus benefits. Apply online at www.resourcerecovery.com. EEO - Drug Free

Religh, NC • Greensboro, NC Charlotte, NC • Ashland, VA Austell, GA

Mechanics - Immediate opening for a mechanic with experience in diesel engines, heavy equipment, tractor trailers. Welding and A/C experience a plus. Ability to diagnose equipment problems and make repairs. Live in Tampa Bay area, travel to sites in our service truck and work out of Sarasota shop. Clean driver’s license.

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Pay commensurate with experience plus benefits. Apply online at www.resourcerecovery.com. EEO - Drug Free

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KOMATSU / HITACHI 200 SIZE EXCAVATOR | MID 90S MACHINE, EAST COAST LOCATION CONTACT: RICHARD PHONE: 603 828-6100 EMAIL: CMIEQUIP@YAHOO.COM –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– USED CAT 928 AND 930 MODEL 1999 AND 2000 I AM LOOKING TO BUY USED CAT MODEL 1999 AND 2000 WITH GOOD CONDITIONING, LOOKING FOR 3 CAT WHEEL LOADER, 930 AND 928. CONTACT: MAMDOUH PHONE: 509-328-9733 EMAIL: MAMDOUHMZAYED@HOTMAIL.COM –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– CRANE CONTACT: RAFEEC KOTTIKKULON PHONE: 0096597298681 EMAIL:RAFEEC@ONGKUWAIT.COM –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– USED RUBBLE MASTER RM 60 OR 80 CRUSHER. CONTACT: BARUN SHARMA EMAIL: SHARMABARUN@GMAIL.COM –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– WANT TO BUY WHEEL LOADERS LIKE THESE: MODEL 966D, E 936E 950D. CONTACT: SAUD PHONE: 5623918774 FAX: 5623918774 EMAIL: HR1.VIP@HOTMAIL.COM –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– 30-40 HP SELF PROPELLED CONCRETE SAW CONTACT: WILLIAM KANAYAN PHONE: 909-337-5428 FAX: 909-337-4894 EMAIL:WK@KANAYANCONST.COM –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– WANTED EQUIPMENT!!! | LOOKING FOR HEAVY EQUIPMENT (ALL TYPES) MOST WANTED LATE MODEL! CONTACT: JOE DECRISTO PHONE: 570-360-5162 EMAIL: JOE@JOEDIRTMACHINES.COM –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– LOOKING FOR A REPLACEMENT PART FOR A MIGHTY MURCH WOOD SPILTTER MODEL # MM10642 RAM HEAD ORIGINAL PURCHASE DATE 1994 CONTACT: JILL PHONE: 1-256-431-4143 EMAIL: JILLDONFRANCISCO@YAHOO.COM –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– GENERATOR WHISPER WATT | LOOKING FOR A WHISPER WATT WITH 20 KW SINGLE PHRASE OR SINGLE & 3 PHRASE CONTACT: RUSS PHONE: 1 925 449 1958 EMAIL: POKY52@AOL.COM –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– WE BUY MANUALS | WE BUY MANUALS, ANY KIND, I PREFER BULKS/PACKAGES OF APPROXIMATELY 100 OR MORE OF PARTS, OPERATOR OR SERVICE MANUALS. CONTACT: GRACE FRANCES PHONE: 270-849-2270 EMAIL: TRITOWN1@MSN.COM ––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––


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ALEX LYON & SON AUCTIONEERS www.lyonauction.com 315-633-2944 • Queretaro, Mexico Fri., January 25, 2013 For: Construction Equipment, Attachments, Trucks and Trailers • Atlantic City, NJ Fri., January 25, 2013 For: Hertz Equipment Rentals, Late Model Construction Vehicles, Forklifts, Support Equipment • Cleveland, OH Sat., January 26, 2013 For: Construction Equipment, Attachments, Trucks and Trailers • Kissimmee, FL Sat.-Sun., February 2-10, 2013 For: Annual 9 Day Auction! Construction Equipment, Trucks, Trailers, Support • Las Vegas, NV Sat., March 16, 2013 For: Late Model Rental Fleet Equipment • Atlantic City, NJ Thurs.-Sun., March 21-24, 2013 For: Construction Equipment, Trucks and Trailers • Central New York Sat., May 4, 2013 For: Construction Equipment 300+ Collectible Cars, 19401970, US Army Jeeps and More RITCHIE BROS. AUCTIONEERS www.rbauction.com 402-421-2631 • Houston, TX February 6-7, 2013 • Las Vegas, NV February 8, 2013 • Phoenix, AZ February 12-13, 2013 • Tipton, CA February 15, 2013 • Orlando, FL February 18-23, 2013

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HILCO INDUSTRIAL, LLC www.hilcoind.com 847-313-4747 • Online Only January 23-24, 2013 For: Construction and Support Equipment • Kennesaw, GA January 29-30, 2013 For: Construction Equipment • Tuscaloosa, AL March 20-21, 2013 For: Construction Equipment IRON PLANET AUCTIONS www.ironplanet.com 888-433-5426 ONLINE AUCTIONS Go to www.ironplanet.com to view the complete auction schedules, inspection reports and to place your bid! • ONLINE ONLY January 24, 2013 For: Construction Equipment • ONLINE ONLY January 30-31, 2013 For: Construction Equipment • ONLINE ONLY February 26-28, 2013 For: Construction Equipment MEEKINS AUCTION COMPANY www.meekinsauction.com 800-499-6560 • Wilson, NC Thurs., January 31, 2013 For: Construction Equipment MYRON BOWLING AUCTIONEERS, INC. www.myronbowling.com 513-738-3311 • Tuscaloosa, AL Wed./Thurs., March 20-21, 2013 For: Well Maintained Highway Construction Equipment

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YODER & FREY AUCTIONEERS, INC. www.yoderandfrey.com 419-865-3990 • Kissimmee, FL February 11-18, 2013 For: Construction Equipment, Trucks and Trailers


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A Guide to Industry Auction Companies Alex Lyon & Son Sale Managers & Auctioneers Inc. Alex Lyon & Son was founded in 1950 by Alex Lyon as a company that handled private treaty negotiations of cattle and farm machinery. In 1973, Alex’s son Jack became more involved and began to diversify, working heavy equipment sales into the lineup of services. Today, the company conducts sales of construction equipment the world over. Alex Lyon & Son is headquartered in Syracuse, N.Y. For more information, visit www.lyonauction.com. Asset Auctions Asset Auctions is located at One Adams Place, 310 Seven Fields Blvd., Suite 351, Seven Fields, Pa. 16046. For more information, visit assetnation.com, a newly revamped company Web site starting in January. Asset Nation can be reached at 800/856-7445 or customercare@assetnation.com. CAT Auction Services Cat Auction Services began in 2008 when five Caterpillar dealerships came together to create an auction company that would enhance the customer relationships they already had. Today Cat Auction Services is 25 Cat dealer partners strong and growing. For more information, visit www.catauctions.com. Davis Auctions Inc. Davis Auctions Inc. is a public auction house for construction equipment and related supplies. Davis Auctions Inc. has been in business since 1976 selling as an agent for various consignors, including Northeast Utilities, Yankee Gas, Public Service of New Hampshire, various municipalities, banks and private companies. Davis Auctions also provides appraisals for the construction industry. James H. Davis, president of Davis Auctions Inc., is an associate member of the International Society of Appraisers and a member of the New England Appraisers

Association. Davis Auctions Inc. is located at 210 Cheshire Road, Route 68, Prospect, Conn. 06712. For more information, call 800/201-4368 or 203/758-4087 or visit www.davisauctionsinc.com. Deanco Auction Co. of Miss. Inc. Deanco Auction was established in 1992 and specializes in a wide variety of auctions including construction equipment, farm tractors and farming machinery, logging equipment, heavyduty trucks and trailers in all areas of the United States. The Deanco team brings more than 80 years of combined auction experience to the industry. The sale site in Philadelphia, Miss., is located on 50 acres, features a 10,000 sq. ft. all-weather drive-thru facility, as well as a 3,850 ft. paved and lighted airstrip. The sale site in Dothan, Ala., was recently remodeled, bringing many new features to the forefront of Deanco’s operations. For more information, call 877/898-5905 or visit www.deancoauction.com. Don Smock Auction Company Inc. Don Smock Auction Company Inc. was founded in 1990. The company holds four major auctions each year at its all-weather drive thru facility, located at 6531 S. State Road 13, Pendleton, Ind., 46064-9194. Don Smock also conducts onsite auctions throughout the Midwest annually. Don Smock offers additional services including commissioned auctions, outright purchases, trustee liquidations and estate and real estate auctions. For more information, call 765/778-9277 or visit www.dsaauctions.com. Henderson Auctions Marvin A. Henderson founded Henderson Auctions in 1957. The company conducts numerous types of sales, including industrial equipment, travel trailer, real estate, business liquidation and government auctions at its site in Livingston, La., as well see AUCTIONS page 68


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er when firms employed 5.546 million workers. The industry unemployment rate fell from 16 percent a year earlier, indicating that formerly unemployed construction workers are leaving the industry at a faster rate than they are being rehired. Both residential and nonresidential construction added jobs in December, with residential construction outpacing nonresidential construction for the month. Residential construction added 18,100 jobs in December, with residential building contractors adding 5,800 employees and residential specialty contractors adding 12,300 new workers. Residential construction employment is now up by 29,800, or 1.5 percent, compared to 12 months ago. Nonresidential contractors added 11,900 jobs (0.3 percent) in December, but are down by 12,400 jobs (minus 0.4 percent) compared to one year ago. Nonresidential specialty trade contractors added 5,600 jobs for the month, while nonresidential building contractors added another 7,000 jobs. However, heavy and civil engineering con-

struction firms lost 700 jobs during the month, dragged down by continuing cutbacks in government infrastructure spending. Association officials said the growth in construction employment was likely restrained by uncertainties about what federal tax and spending levels would be in 2013 as Washington officials worked to address the pending fiscal cliff. They noted that the stopgap measure passed early in January would do little to resolve broader fiscal problems that are making it increasingly difficult for the federal government to invest in vital infrastructure projects. “Until Washington can address the broader challenge of out-of-control entitlement spending we are going to see more political standoffs like the fiscal cliff and fewer investments in infrastructure,” said Stephen E. Sandherr, the association’s chief executive officer. “Congress and the administration need to focus their energy on addressing the fiscal imbalances that are the root cause of these recurring political crises.”

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as at its other equipment yards in the region. These sales are held annually as approximately eight large multi-day sales, 20 or more Online Only auctions and ten to 20 on-site auctions. Henderson Auctions’ permanent auction site in Livingston sits on 50 acres consisting of a large pavilion with customer seating for drive-thru sales, concessions, rest room facilities, customer registration and lounge area, large equipment make-ready including a mechanics’ shop, welding and metal working, cleaning, sandblasting and painting areas. Henderson Auctions’ site is located at 13340 Florida Boulevard Livingston, La. 70754. For more information, call 225)-686-2252 or visit wow.hendersonauctions.com. Hess Auctioneers LLC Hess Auctioneers LLC was formed in 2007 by four Lancaster county, Pa., business owners with decades of auction and transportation industry experience. They came together to start a company which brings sellers of quality used equipment together with interested buyers at consignment auctions in Marietta, Pa. The company holds consignment auctions five times per year, with approximately 400 units per sale. Its sales feature tractors, trailers, straight trucks, dump trucks, pickup trucks, construction/material handling/agriculture equipment, RVs, ATVs, boats and much more. Hess also offers its consignors and bidders: full photo listings on its Web site, national and local print/digital advertising, email marketing, full color brochure mailing, secure storage of equipment, absolute and reserve options, on-site and online bidding, and on-site notary service and fleet liquidation/dispersal services. Hess Auctioneers LLC is located at 1451 River Road PO Box 10 Marietta, PA 17547. For more information, call 717/426-2493 or 866/511-2493 or visit www.hessauctioneers.com. Hunyady Auction Company Hunyady Auction Company is located at 1440 Cowpath Road, Hatfield, Pa. 19440 and is a full-

service provider of machinery and equipment from proposal to payout. The company is staffed with six licensed auctioneers, settlement bankers and clerks, five certified appraisers, notaries public, advertising coordinators and data input team. Operators, mechanics, and laborers staff complete field setup crews. For more information, call 800/233-6898 or visit www.hunyady.com. I.R.A.Y. Auction I.R.A.Y. Auction was established in 2000 by Col. Ray Henry, a third-generation auctioneer with more than 30 years’ experience. I.R.A.Y. Auction provides a multitude of auction services and benefits, holding both on- and off-site auctions throughout the year to sell, in addition to heavy iron, real estate, personal property, business liquidations and estate auctions. I.R.A.Y. Auction’s 40-acre auction yard is located at 11935 Hwy 95 NE (on the northwest corner of Hwy 25 and Hwy 95), Foley, Minn. 56329. The site features a drive-over ramp and large registration area with space for vendor booths. For more information, call 320/968-7230 or visit www.Iraymn.com. IronPlanet IronPlanet is an online marketplace for used heavy equipment. IronPlanet offers guaranteed inspection reports and exclusive IronClad Assurance. IronPlanet is backed by Accel Partners, Kleiner Perkins Caufield and Byers, Caterpillar, Komatsu and Volvo. For more information, visit www.ironplanet.com. see AUCTIONS page 72


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ABSOLUTE AUCTION

FEATURING EQUIPMENT FROM

LOCKLEAR BORING INC Sale Site Address: 4009 Estate Drive Creedmoor, NC 27522

THURSDAY, Jan. 31st, 2013 - 9:00AM Partial List to Date HYDRAULIC EXCAVATORS 2006 Hitachi ZX330LC 2006 Kobelco SK330LC-VI Dynamic Acera 1998 Kobelco SK300LC Mark IV 2007 Deere 200CLC 1995 Daewoo DH220LC 2010 Link Belt 160X2 2006 Link Belt 130LX LOADER BACKHOES 2005 Deere 310G 4x4

(2) 2010 CHEVROLET 1500 SILVERADO

1997 MACK CH613

HORIZONTAL BORING MACHINES Barbo 48/54-750 2000 American Auger 48-900S 1995 American Auger 36-340S (3) American Auger 24-150S American Auger 24-110S American Auger 24-100S Richmond 36C (3) Richmond 24C Richmond 20C American Auger Pneumatic AUGER BORING TOOLING & ACCESSORIES Over 3,000 ft of Auger Sections, from 4 inch width bore diameter to 60 inch Disc Cutter Heads Heavy Duty Rock Heads HTR Cutting Heads HTD Cutting Heads Combination Heads Casing & Saddle Adapters Extension Track Dutch Levels American Auger B114-3P Bentonite Mixing System Vandalism Shields (7) ELCO DARDA Hydraulic Rock and Concrete Splitters AIR COMPRESSORS & SUPPORT EQUIPMENT (2) 2005 Ingersoll-Rand P185WJD Portable Air Compressors Ingersoll-Rand P185AWJD Portable Air Compressors Large Qty of Compact Light Duty Air Compressors Terex-Amida 0DLSE25LA Arrow Board Amida DLB15FA Arrow Board Terex-Amida AL4060D Portable Light Plant (20) Energy Absorption Inc Triton Traffic Barriers (2) Topcon TP-L4B Utility Pipe Lasers Edenbros RD7000 Electronic Utility Locating System

2000 AMERICAN AUGER 48-900S

2006 HITACHI ZAXIS 330LC

STEEL TRENCH SHIELDS & EQUIPMENT Speed Shore TB-82-8R8KE, 8 x 30, 8” walls (2) Efficiency 824HT6, 8 x 24, 6” walls (2) Efficiency 820HT6, 8 x 20, 6” walls (2) Efficiency 820XLD, 8 x 20, 4” walls (3) Efficiency 816XLD, 8 x 16, 4” walls (2) GME 816DW, 8 x 16, 4” walls Efficiency 616XLD, 6 x 16, 4” walls Efficiency 420XLD, 4 x 20, 4” walls Efficiency 68XLD, 6 x 8, 4” walls Large Qty of Steel Trench Shield Spreaders (2 ft to 12 ft sections) Safe-T-Shore Stonemizer SM7.5 Bedding Material Container Large Qty of Steel Road Plates (8 ft x 16 ft sizes to 3 ft x 3 ft sizes) WELDER GENERATOR SETS 2009 Miller Trailblazer 302 11,000 watt (3) 2002 Miller Trailblazer 280NT 10,000 watt 2002 Miller Bobcat 250 10,000 watt

2005 DEERE 310G 4X4

2008 Hobart Champion 230 10,000 watt 2010 Lincoln Electric Ranger 305G 10,500 watt (2) 2010 Lincoln Electric Ranger 250GXT 11,000 watt 2009 Lincoln Electric Ranger 250 10,500 watt (2) 2008 Lincoln Electric Ranger 225GXT 10,500 watt Large Qty of Welding Carts, Torch Kits, Accessories DAY CAB TRUCK TRACTORS – TRI AXLE 1998 Kenworth W900L DAY CAB TRUCK TRACTORS – TANDEM AXLE 2006 Kenworth W900L 1997 Mack CH613 HYDRAULIC CRANE TRUCKS 2007 Sterling L8500 Elliott 2495 24 Ton, 95’ reach, 85,000 miles 1996 Ford L8000 National Series 990 23.5 Ton, 95’ reach, 123,000 miles

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VACUUM EXCAVATION TRUCKS 2012 Ford F-550XL Superduty – 2011 McLaughlin V500AW Air/Water Vacuum Excavation System 1994 Ford F700 – Excavac Ground-Hog Air/Water Vacuum Excavation System DUMP TRUCKS 1997 Freightliner FL70 SERVICE UTILITY TRUCKS 2011 Ford F-550XL Superduty Crew Cab Dually (2) 2010 Chevrolet 3500HD Silverado Crew Cab Dually 2001 Chevrolet 3500 Dually Service Van 1990 Chevrolet 3500 Dually, 2,000 miles on new engine 2007 GMC 3500 Sierra Crew Cab Dually 2006 Chevrolet 2500HD Silverado Crew Cab 4x4 2004 GMC 2500HD Sierra PICKUPS 2010 Chevrolet 1500 Silverado LTZ Z71 (4x4) Extended Cab (2) 2009 Chevrolet 1500 Silverado LTZ Z71 (4x4) Extended Cab 2009 GMC 1500 Sierra SLE Z71 (4x4) Extended Cab 2008 Chevrolet 1500 Silverado LT Z71 (4x4) Extended Cab 2008 Chevrolet 1500 Silverado LS (4x4) 2011 GMC 1500 Sierra (2) 2010 Chevrolet 1500 Silverado 2004 GMC 1500 Sierra 2003 Chevrolet S10 2012 Ford F-150 Harley Davidson Super Crew Cab (4x4) LOWBOY TRAILERS 2001 Dynaweld LB50 (Tri Axle) 50 Ton 2007 Witzo Challenger RG-35 (T/A) 35 Ton OTHER ITEMS TO INCLUDE: Equipment Trailers, Utility Trailers, Flatbed Trailers, Shop Equipment, Attachments, Welding Equipment, Compaction Support Equipment, Water Pumps, Job/Traffic Safety Equipment and Supplies, Golf Carts, Utility Carts, Waste Water Supplies and Products, Contractor Grade Tools and Accessories, Construction Equipment Parts & Accessories, Truck Parts and Accessories, much, much, mote – see website for complete listing with descriptions and pictures meekinsauction.com

meekinsauction.com Absolute Consignments will be Accepted for this Auction: For more information on this auction or if you are interested in selling your equipment for this auction, please contact one of our auction sales managers today! Offering selling benefits to help your company achieve the best return on the sale of your assets. Flexible Contract Options: Net Guarantee, Straight Commission, Out-Right Purchase, Off Site Auctions. Contact one of our sales representatives today! Trey Meekins: 910-258-4383 - trey@meekinsauction.com • Chris Cea: 910-633-8244 - chris@meekinsauction.com E.B. Webb: 252-245-1405 - ebwebb@meekinsauction.com

2006 KENWORTH W900L

2007 STERLING ELLIOTT 2495 24 TON

BARBCO 54-750

2006 KOBELCO SK330LC-VI DYNAMIC ACERA

2010 CHEVROLET 3500HD SILVERADO DUALLY

LARGE QTY OF TRENCH SHIELDS

Auction conducted by:

Lloyd Meekins & Sons Auction Company 4070 NC Hwy 211 East, Lumberton, NC 28358 NC Firm License #858 Office Phone: (800) 499-6560 (910) 739-0547 Email: info@meekinsauction.com

2001 DYNAWELD LB50

2011 FORD F-550XL SUPERDUTY DUALLY

LARGE QTY OF WELDER GENERATOR SETS

2006 LINK BELT 130LX

2011 MCLAUGHLIN V500AW AIR WATER VACUUM EXCAVATION SYSTEM

OVER 3000 FT OF AUGER SECTIONS

Auctioneer Note: Locklear Boring Inc has been specializing in horizontal boring and locating services for both commercial and residential customers over 15 years. Being a company known for their professionalism and customer relations, Locklear Boring Inc is known throughout the contractor community as a company you can trust. This company has maintained all their equipment and trucks over the years and they are in excellent job ready condition. From earth moving equipment, heavy duty trucks, trailers, or to support equipment, this auction will have some quality late model equipment and trucks up for sale. Make plans today to attend, for this is one auction you will not want to miss!


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SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 2 - SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 10 @ 9:00 AM HILITES: CRAWLER CRANE: 2009 Manitowoc 16000S3 series (like new!-sells in absentia to owner’s confirmation), 4 ROUGH TERRAIN CRANES: New Tadano GR750XL, 2008 Terex RT780, 2007 Grove RT875E, 2005 Grove RT600E, ALL TERRAIN CRANE: 2008 Grove GMK4115L, 4 TRUCK CRANES: 2009 Grove GMK4100, 2007 Grove TMS500E, Grove TMS180, Linkbelt HTC-25, TOWER CRANE: 2007 Terex CBR28H-2.5, 11 CARRY DECK CRANES: (5) Broderson IC2002C, Broderson IC803E, (2) Broderson IC802, Broderson IC20, Shuttlelift 3330FL, Grove YB4409, P&H D851, 54 ARTICULATED TRUCKS: (3) 2012-2011 Terex TA400, (2) 2010-2007 Terex TA40, 2008-2007 Volvo A40E, (2) 2007-2006 Volvo A40D, Volvo A40, 2005 Volvo A35D, Volvo A35C, (2) 2007 Volvo A30D, Volvo A30, 2008-(3) 2007(2) 2006 Volvo A25D, 2007-2006-2005 Cat 740, 2010-2005 Cat 730, (2) 2010- (3) 2007 Cat 725, (2) Cat D300E, (2) 2007 JD 400D, (11) 2006-(2) 2005 JD 250D, (3) 2007 Case 330, 2007 Komatsu HM300-1, 2005 JCB 714, 4 STRAIGHT FRAME TRUCKS: (2) Cat 773B, (2) Euclid R40, 318 HYDRAULIC EXCAVATORS: 2005 Cat 365CLME, (2) 2007-2006 Cat 365CL, Cat 365BL, Cat 350L, 2009 Cat 345DL, 2007-2006 Cat 345CL, 2005 Cat 345BL-II, Cat 345BL, 2011 Cat 336EL, (2) 2010-(6) 2009 Cat 336DL, (3) 2008-(2) 2007-(2) 2006 Cat 330DL, 2006- (2) 2005- (2) 2003 Cat 330CL, 2009 Cat 329DL, 2008-2006 Cat 325DL, 2006 Cat 325CLCR, 2008 Cat 324DLR, 2005 Cat 322CLR, 2008 Cat 321DLCR, 2008-2006-2004 Cat 321CLCR, 2007-2006 Cat 321CL, Cat 320L, 2012-(3) 2011-2009-(12) 2008 –(4) 2007-2006 Cat 320DL, (5) 2008 Cat 320DLRR, 2005 Cat 320CLU, 2007-(5) 2006 –(3) 2005-2004 Cat 320CL, Cat 320L, 2011-2010 Cat 319DL, (4) 2009-(7) 2008 Cat 315DL, 2007-(2) 2006 Cat 315CL, Cat 315L, 2007 Cat 314CLCR, 2011-(5) 2009-(3) 2008 Cat 312DL, 2008-(5) 2007-2003 Cat 312CL, (3) 2008 Cat 308DS, 2010 Cat 308DCR, 2005 Cat 308CR, Cat 308BSR, 2008 Cat 307DLS, (3) 2010-2008-2007-2005 Cat 305CCR, Cat 304.5, 2005 Cat 304CR, 2010 Cat 303.5CCRLS, 2008 Cat 303.5CCR, Cat 303.5, 2009-(2)2007 Cat 303CCR, 2008 Cat 303C, 2007 Cat 301.6C, Cat 215, Cat E70, 2004 JD 450CLC, 2008 JD 350DLC, JD 350DLC, 2005-2003 JD 330CLC, JD 330CLC, (2) JD 270DLC, 2005 JD 225CLC, 2006 JD 200CLC, 2005 JD 160CLC, 2005 JD 135C, JD 120CLC, (2) Komatsu PC400LC, (2) 2006 Komatsu PC300LC-7, Komatsu PC300LC-6, 2007-2005 Komatsu PC270LC-7L, Komatsu PC220LC, 2008 Komatsu PC210LC-8, 2006-2005 Komatsu PC200LC-7, (2) Komatsu PC200LC-6, Komatsu PC158USLC-2, Komatsu PC78R, 2003 Komatsu PC75UU, Komatsu PC75UU-2, Komatsu PC50MR, Komatsu PC45, 2006 Komatsu PC27MR, Kobelco SK480LC, (2) Kobelco SK400LC, 2013 Kobelco SK350LC-9, (2) 2007 Kobelco SK350LC, (5) 2006-(5) 2005 Kobelco SK330-6, 2006 Kobelco SK290-6, 2006 Kobelco SK250-6, 2007-(2) 2006-2005 Kobelco SK235SR, (4) 2013 Kobelco SK210LC, (2) 2007-(4) 2006-(3) 2005 Kobelco SK210-6, 2007 Kobelco SK200SR, Kobelco SK160LC, 2007 Kobelco ED150 Blade Runner, (3) 2007-(2) 2006-(3) 2005-(2) 2004 Kobelco SK135SR, Kobelco SK70, Unused Doosan DX225LC, 2007 Doosan DX480LC, 2007 Volvo EC460BLC, 2008 Volvo EC330BLC, 2006 Volvo EC210BLC, 2006 Volvo EC210LC, (2) 2006 Linkbelt 330LX, 2007 Linkbelt 290LX, 2005 Linkbelt 240LX, 2006 Linkbelt 210LX, 2008 Linkbelt 160-2, Linkbelt 130LX, 2006 Linkbelt 75LX, Case CX330LC, 2004 Case CX75SR, 2006 Case CX31B, 2006 Daewoo SL225LC-V, 2004 Yanmar VIO402, (4) 2004 IHI 80NX-3, IHI 55, 2006- (23) 2005-2004 IHI 35N-2, 2006-(12) 2005-2004 IHI 28N-2, IHI 28N, (2) IHI 15NX, 2007-2006 Takeuchi TB135, Takeuchi TB035, 2008 Bobcat 435G, 2005 Bobcat 430, 2008-2006-2004 Bobcat 331G, (2) 2005 Bobcat 331, Bobcat 325, 2005 Bobcat 323, 2009 Kubota KX121-3, 2012 Hyundai R352-9, 2007 Gehl GE303, 2007 Gehl GE153, 2004 Yanmar VIO352, 2007 D&E Mfg. 330-XHDH, Schaeff HR32, 5 LONG REACH EXCAVATORS: Unused 2012 Doosan DX225LC, Kobelco SK 250LC, Linkbelt 240LX, 2010 Cat 329DL, Cat 322CL, RUBBER TIRED EXCAVATOR: Badger 460, 56 MOTOR GRADERS: (4) 2009-2008-2003 Cat 140MVHP, Cat 140MVHP, 2009-(4) 2008 Cat 140M, 2007-2006(10) 2005 Cat 140H, Cat 135H, Cat 135, Cat 120HVHP, 2008 Cat 120M, 2006 Cat 120H, Cat 120H, (2) Cat 16G, Cat 14H, (2) 2008 Cat 12MVHP, (3) 2008 Cat 12M, 2008-(5) 2007-(3) 2006-(2) 2005 Cat 12H, Cat 12H, (2) Cat 12G, 2007 JD 770, 2007-2006 JD 672D, JD 670A, JD 570A, 2008 Volvo G940, Volvo G60, Champion 710A, PSI M413XT, 5 MOTOR SCRAPERS: (3) Cat 631D, (2) 2004 Cat 615C, 2 TOOL CARRIERS: Cat IT38G, Cat IT28G, 99 RUBBER TIRED LOADERS: (2) Cat 988G, Cat 988B, (2) 2006 Cat 980H, Cat 980H, Cat 980G, 2010-2006 Cat 966H, 2004 Cat 966G-II, (2) Cat 966G, Cat 966F, Cat 962G, (3) 2007 Cat 950H, 2006-(3) 2005-2004 Cat 950G-II, 2005 Cat 950G, (2) Cat 950G, 2010-2009-(3) 2008 Cat 938H, Cat 938G, 2012-2010-(4) 2009 Cat 930H, 2006 Cat 930GIT, (2) Cat 930G, 2009 Cat 924HZ, 20092008 Cat 924H, 2006 Cat 924GZ, (4) 2007-2006-2005-(2) 2004 Cat 914G, 2009 Cat 908H, (2) 2009 Cat 906H, 2009 JD 644K, JD 644H, JD 624H, (2) 2008 JD 544J, (2) 2006 JD 244J, Komatsu WA500, 2009 Komatsu WA380-6, 2009 - 2006 Komatsu WA380-5L, 2004 Komatsu WA320-3MC, Komatsu WA320, (2) 2007- (2) 2005-(4) 2004 Komatsu WA250, Komatsu WA250, (4) 2006 Komatsu WA200-5, 2005 Komatsu WA50-3, Case 921C, (3) 2005 Case 621D, Case W14B, 2008 Volvo L110F, 2005 Volvo L20B, Volvo L20B, 2004 JCB 436HT, Daewoo Mega 400-III, 2008 Doosan DL200, 2005 Kawasaki 90Z, Kawasaki 90Z, Hyundai HL7403, Michigan L125, NH LW130, 132 CRAWLER TRACTORS: 2005-2004 Cat D9R, (2)2008 Cat D8T w/ ripper, 2004 Cat D8T-II, 2007 Cat D8T, (2) Cat D8T, 2004 Cat D8R-II, Cat D8R-II, (9) Cat D8R, Cat D8N, Cat D7RXR-II, 2007 Cat D7RLGP-II, (2) Cat D7RLGP, Cat D7RXL, (3) 2009 Cat D7R-II, (2) 2008 Cat D6TXL,2009-(4) 2008 Cat D6TLGP, 2007 Cat D6RXL-III, 2004 Cat D6XL-II, Cat D6RXL, 2004 Cat D6RLGPII, 2010-(2) 2006-2004 Cat D6RLGP, 2006-2004 Cat D6R-II, 2008-2007 Cat D6NXL, 2008-(4) 2007-(2) 2006 Cat D6NLGP, Cat D6MLGP, 2008 Cat D6KXL, (2) 2008 Cat D6KLGP, Cat D6D, Cat D6C, (2) Cat D5NLGP, Cat D5MLGP, 2010-(2) 2009 Cat D5KXL, (2) 2009 D5KLGP, (2) 2007-2006-2005-2004 Cat D5GLGP, Cat D5GLGP, 2007 Cat D5G, Cat D5CXL, (3) 2009-2008 Cat D4KXL, 2007- (3) 2006-(3) 2005 Cat D4GXL, 2008 Cat D3KXL, (2) 2007 Cat D3GXL, Cat D3CXL, Cat D3BLGP, 2007 JD 850JWLT, 2005 JD 750J, 2006 - (2)2005 JD 700JLGP, JD 700H, 2011 JD 650JXLT, (2) 2006-(2) 2004 JD 650JLGP, JD 650HLGP, (2) 2004 JLG 650H, 2008-2006 JD 450JLGP, 2008-(2) 2006-2005-2004 JD 450J, (2) 2004 JD 450H, JD 450H, JD 450G, 2006 Case 850KXLT, (2) 2007-(2) 2006- (2) 2005 Case 850K, 2007 Komatsu D155AX-6, 2007 Komatsu S65PX-15EO, Komatsu D65E-6, (2) 2008 Komatsu D51PX, 2007 Komatsu D39EX, 2009 Komatsu D36EX, Komatsu D31E-20, CRAWLER LOADER: Cat 941B, 153 LOADER BACKHOES: 2011 Demo Cat 450E (4x4), Cat 446B (4x4), 2007 Cat 430EXH (4x4), (2) 2009-(2) 2007 Cat 430EIT, 2007 Cat 430E (4x4), (7) 2010- (6) 2009-2008 Cat 420EIT (4x4), (10) New Unused Cat 420E (4x4), 2011-2009-(7) 2008-2007 Cat 420E (4x4), (4) 2006-2005 Cat 420D, (9) 2008-(2) 2007-2006 Cat 416E (4x4), (3) 2003 Cat 416D (4x4), Cat 416D, (6) Cat 416C (4x4), (2) Cat 446D (4x4), 2012 JD 310SK (4x4), (2) JD 310 Super G, (5) 2006- (23) 2005 JD 310G (4x4), JD 310 Super E (4x4), JD 310E (4x4), JD 410D (4x4), JD 510D, 2010-2009 JD 410J, (3) 2006 JD 410G (4x4), JD 410D, (5) New Unused 2012 Case 580 Super N (4x4), 2006 Case 590 Super M (4x4), Case 590 Super M-III, Case 590 Super M-II, Case 580 Super M-III, 2006 Case 580M-II (4x4), (5) 2006- (2) 2005 Case 580M (4x4), Case 580L, 2007 JCB 3CX-14, 2007 Komatsu WB146, (3) 2005-(2) 2004-2003 Komatsu WB140-2N, New Unused NH LB95B, NH B95B (4x4), NH LB90 (4x4), (2) 2003 NH LB75B (4x4), NH LB75B (4x4), NH LB75B, NH 675E (4x4), NH 575E (4x4), (2) NH 555E, Demo JCB 3CX (4x4), 14 ASPHALT PAVERS: 2005 Cat 1050D, (2) Cat 1050D, 2007 Cat 650B, 2008 Blaw Knox PF6170, (2) 2007 BK PF3200, BK PF510, BK PF410, BK PF200B, BK PF172, LeeBoy 1200, Gehl T450, Bitelli, 2 SHUTTLE BUGGIES: (2) Roadtec SB2500, 3 DISTRIBUTOR TRKS: 2003 Ford F750 (s/), 2003 Sterling M7500 (s/a), 1985 Ford LT9000 (tri.), 3 COMPACTORS: Cat 836G, Cat 815B, 2007 Case SV212, 38 ASPHALT ROLLERS: (12) New Unused Cat CD54, (2) 2006 Cat CB634D, 2008-(6) 2007-2006-(2) 2005 Cat CB534D, Cat CB534C, 2006 IR DD118HF, IR ST80, 2007 IR DD70HF, 2008 IR DD38HF, 2004 IR DD24, (2) 2006 Volvo IR DD12S, 2004 Hamm HD12VV, (2) Bomag BW75AD, (2) Hyster, Ferguson 10; 88 VIBRATORY ROLLERS: (5) 2011-2010- (4) 2009 Cat CS56 (cab), 2008-2006 Cat CP56, Unused Cat CS54, 2011-2010 Cat CS54, (3) 2007 Cat CS563E, 2008 Cat CS433E, 2005 Cat CP433E, Cat CB214C, 2008-(3) 2007- (7) 2006- (4) 2005 IR SD100D, 2006-(3) 2005- (9) 2004 IR SD70D, (2) 2005- (3) 2004 IR SD45D, (5) 2012 Bomag BW213DH-4, 2006 Bomag BW213PDH-3, (8) 2012 Bomag BW211D, (2) 2006 Bomag BW211D-3, 2005 Bomag BW177D-3, (8) 2007 Dynapac CA250D, (3) 2007 Dynapac CA150D, 2007 Dynapac CA144D, 2007 Dynapac CA134D, 2007 Case SV212, (2) Case SV208D, Vibromax W265, (2) 2007 Vibromax VM115, REX SP600D, 2006 Hamm 3205, 4 TRENCH ROLLERS: 2006 Wacker R82SC, (2) Wacker RT, Multiquip P33HHMR, PNEUMATIC ROLLERS: 2006 IR PT125R, 56 RUBBER TRACKED SKID STEERS: (11) 2011 –(3) 2010 Cat 299C (cab), Cat 297C, (5) 2012 Cat 289C-2, Cat 287B, 2010-2009 Cat 279C, 2009-(2) 2008 Cat 277C, (2) 2005 Cat 277B, 2005 Cat 267B, Cat 257B, 2008-2007 Cat 247B, 2007-

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(2) 2005 Bobcat T300, (5) 2005 Bobcat T250, (5) 2006-2005 Bobcat T190, 2006-2004 Takeuchi TL150, 2006-2005 Takeuchi TL140, 2007- 2006-(2) 2005 Takeuchi TL130, Gehl 1503, 33 SKID STEERS: 2010 Cat 272CX, 2010 Cat 272C, 2010 Cat 262C, 2008 Cat 256C, 2008-2007 Cat 256CX, 2010-2008 Cat 252B-3, (2) 2008-2007 Cat 252B-2, Cat 246C, 2010 Cat 242B-2, 2011 Cat 236B-3, 2010 Cat 232B-3, Cat 226B, Cat 226, 2008 Cat 216B-2, Bobcat S185, 2006-2005 Bobcat S175, (3)2005 Bobcat S150, 2006 JD 317, (2) 2012 NH L215, (2) NH L160, Gehl 3003, 2008 Case 465, 2008 Case 420CTII, Case 60XT, Case 1845C, 2006 Mustang 2054, 7 TRENCHERS: (3) 2005-(2) 2004 Ditch Witch RT40, (2) 2004 Ditch Witch 1330, 2 ROUGH TERRAIN FORKLIFTS: Master CraftMC12000, Master MC5, 100 TELESCOPIC FORKLIFTS: (4) 2008-2007 Cat TL1255, 2010-(3) 2008 Cat TL1055, 2008 Cat TL943, (5) 2008 Cat TL642, (6) 2011 Cat TH514, Cat TH83, (3) 2008 Skytrak 10042, 2004 Skytrak 8042, (2) 2008- (4) 2006 Skytrak 6042, 2005 Skytrak 6036, (2) 2007-2004 Genie TL1056, (2) 2007 Genie GTH842, (2) 2007-(2) 2006 Genie GTH644, (2) 2007 Genie GTH636, 2004 Gradall G642, 2003 Gradall 544D, Unused JCB 507-42, 2006- (2) 2005 JCB 508C, (2)2006-(4) 2005-(2) 2004 JCB 506C, JCB 506B, JCB 528, 2006 JLG G9-43A, (2) 2004-2003 JLG G642A, (3) 2008 JLG G5-18A, 2007-2006- (2) 2005- (2) 2004 Lull 1044C-54, 2003 Lull 944E, 2005- (3) 2004 Lull 644E-42, 2004 Terex TH1056C, Terex TX77-45R, (2) 2005 Terex TH644C, (2) 2006 Terex TH636C, Terex TH528, (3) 2006 Dieci XRM7.732, (7) 2007 Dieci XRM6.221, (2) 2007 Dieci XRM5.519, Case 586G, IR 843, 2 PIGGY BACK FORKLIFTS: (2) Moffett M5000, 24 FORKLIFTS: Cat T80D, Cat T50C, Cat GC25, Komatsu FG25T12, Komatsu FG15HT-16, Toyota A5F070 15,000lb., Toyota 7FGU70 15,000lb., Toyota 7FGU70 14,000lb., Toyota 7FGU55 12,000lb., Toyota 7FGAU50 11,000lb., (3) Toyota 7FGU45 10,000lb., (2) Toyota 6FGCU25, (2) TCM FCG25, (2) Nissan SP-TT1W660NV, Nissan 30, Yale GP060, Harlo 5600, Lindy 50, Datsun CPF02A20S, 98 BOOM LIFTS: (3) 2004-2003 JLG 1350SJP (4x4), 2004 JLG 1250AJP (4x4), (2) 2004 1200SJP (4x4), (4) 2012 JLG 860SJ (4x4, sky power), (7) 2012 JLG 860AJ (4x4, sky power), (5) 2008 2006 JLG 800AJ, (4) 2012 JLG 660SJ (4x4, sky power), (3) JLG 601S (4x4), (2) 2012 JLG 600S (4x4, generator), JLG 600S, (2) 2008-(2) 2007 JLG 600AJ (4x4), JLG 600A (4x4), (2) JLG M600JP, (2) 2008 JLG 460SJ (4x4), (2) 2012 JLG 450AJ, (4) 2012 JLG E300AJP, JLG 120HX, (16) JLG 60HX, (10) JLG 40HX, 2011 Genie S125 (4x4), (2) 2004 Genie S105 (4x4), 2011-(2) 2007-2004 Genie S85 (4x4),2009 Genie S80, (2) 20062004 Genie S65 (4x4), (5) Genie Z60/34 (4x4) , 2006 Genie S60, (2) 2006-2004 Genie S45 (4x4), Genie S40, 106 SCISSOR LIFTS: (2) JLG 500RTS (4x4), (3) JLG 40RTS (4x4), (2) 2008 JLG 3394, (3) JLG 33RTS (4x4), (5) 2005 JLG 3246E, 2005 JLG 2646ES, (2) 2004 JLG 2630ES (4x4), (2) 2005-2004 JLG 2032ES, (18) 2005 JLG 2030ES, (2) 2004-2003 JLG 1932E2, (48) 2004 JLG 1930ES, 2004 Genie GS2668RT (4x4), 2009 Genie GS2646, Genie GS2646, (3) 2004 Genie GS2632, (2) 2008 Genie GS2032, (2) 2005-(2) 2003 Genie GS1930, 2008 Genie GS1530, (2) 2007 Skyjack 3220, 2003 Skyjack SJIII3219, 27 AIR COMPRESSORS: 2008 Doosan HP935WCU, 2004 Doosan HP750WCU, (2) 2012 Doosan XP375, 2006 Doosan Airsource 185CFM, 2008-2007-(3) 2006 Sullair 375HDPQ, (6) 2008-(2)2006-(2) 2005 Sullair 185DPQ, (2) IR P185WJD, 2011 IR P135WIR, 2007 Airman PDS185S, Chicago Pneumatic 185, 25 GENERATORS: 2012 Multiquip 125kw, (4) Unused Multiquip 60kw, 2007 Multiquip DCA85USJ2C, (2) 2006-2005 Multiquip DCA70USIC, Doosan G145, 2012 Doosan G90 75kw, (6) 2012 Doosan G40WMI-2A-T4I, (2) 2012 Doosan G25WMI-2A, Magnum 125, (2) 2006 Magnum MMG80, 2008 Magnum MMG55, 2006 Magnum MMG35, 45ft. box Generator, 40ft. box Generator, 8 WELDERS: (3) 2005-(2) 2004 Miller Big Blue 400D, 2005 Lincoln 300D, 2003 Lincoln K2290-1, 2006 Multiquip BLW400SS, 61 LIGHT PLANTS: (10) 2012 IR LS-60HZ-T4F Lightsource, 2007 IR Lightsource, (16) 2012-(3) 2011-2010 Doosan LSC-60HZ-T4F, (2) 2010 Doosan Lightsource, 2006 Amida AL4060D4MH, 2006 Terex RL4060D, (6) 2007- (4) 2006-(12) 2005-(4) 2004 Magnum Pro MLT3060, SURVEILLANCE EQUIPMENT: 2012 Doosan MVS6, 9 PUMPS: 2006-2005 Godwin CD150M 6in.,(4) GP200M, (3) GP150M, FELLER BUNCHER: Hydro-Ax 321, FORESTRY EQUIPMENT: Hydro Ax 621B, WOOD PROCESSING EQUIPMENT: Fecon Willibald MZA25008, LOG SKIDDER: 2006 Cat 525B, 24 LANDSCAPE TRACTORS: 2008 Kubota L4240 (4x4), Unused Kubota L3240 (4x4), Kubota B2920, New Kubota LX490, Yanmar LX490 (4x4), Yanmar LX450 (4x4), Yanmar EX3200 (4x4), Yanmar 2450 (4x4), Yanmar SL2400 (4x4), JD 6420 (slope mowers), JD 6220 (slope mowers), NH TC55, 2012 NH T4030 (4x4), 2011 NH Workmaster 45, (2) 2009 NH 3045 (4x4), NH T1530 (4x4), (2) 2012 NH T1520 (4x4), 2012 NH T1510 (4x4), 2010-2009 Ford Boomer 8N (4x4), NH Boomer 50 (4x4), 2012 NH Boomer 40 (4x4), 30 AG TRACTORS: (2) 2009-2008 Cat MT965C, 2003 Challenger MT285, JD 9520, JD 9400, JD 7800 (4x4), JD 7700 (4x4), JD 6600 (4x4), JD 6420, JD 6220, JD 4955 (4x4), JD 4650 (4x4), JD 4350 (4x4), JD 4255 (4x4), JD 4240S (4x4), JD 4055 (4x4), JD 4050 (4x4), JD 4040 (4x4), (3) JD 3140 (4x4), NH 8360 (4x4), Ford/ NH 8340 (4x4), (2) Ford 8730 (4x4), Ford 8630 (4x4), Case/IH 5150 (4x4), Case/IH 5140 (4x4), Case/IH 135 (4x4), CONCRETE EQUIPMENT: 2006 Multiquip WBH-16F, 11 SWEEPERS: (4) 2005 -2004 Terramite TSS38, 2007-2006-2005 Broce RJ350, Broce RC350, 2003 Broce CR350, Laymor 6HB, WATER TANKERS: (2) Cat D25, Cat D20D, 17 BOOM TRUCKS: (2) 2007 Sterling L7501 (s/a), (2) Sterling 7500 15 ton, (7) 1999-(2) 1998 Sterling, (2) 2000 Int’l. 4700, 2008 Kenworth T370 15 ton, 1989 Ford F800 (s/a), 7 ROLLBACK TRUCKS: 2007 Freightliner (t/a), (5) 2006-2005 Ford F550, FLATBED TRUCKS: 1998 Ford F350, DIGGER DERRICK TRUCKS: 1982 Int’l. S1800 AWD (s/a), 2 VACUUM TRUCKS: 2000 Freightliner FLD120 (t/a), Ford, WATER WAGONS: 2005 Cat 613C-II, Cat 613C, 15 WATER TRUCKS: (2) 2008-2004 Ford F750, 2005 Ford 2000gal., (2) 2003- (4) 2002-2001 Sterling (t/a), 2008-2007 Freightliner 4000gal, 2005 Int’l. (t/a), 2000 Int’l. 4900, 15 TRUCK TRACTORS: 2012 Peterbilt 384 (t/a), 2007 Peterbilt 386 (tri.), (3) 2007 Peterbilt 386 (t/a), 2005 Peterbilt 379 (tri.), 2004-2003 Peterbilt 379 (t/a), 1993 Peterbilt, 2012-2008 Mack CHU613 (t/a), 2005 Mack CHN (t/a), 2005 Freightliner Columbia (t/a), 1998 KW W900 (quad.),1975-1974 Pacific PW-W3 (t/a), 6 DUMP TRUCKS: 1999 Sterling (t/a), Ford F750, 2010 Freightliner M2 (s/a), Freightliner M2 (t/a), Int’l. Paystar 5000 (t/a), Western Star (tri.), 14 SERVICE TRUCKS: New 2012 Ford F550XL, 2005 Ford F750, (5) 2006-2005-(3) 2004 Ford F550 (4x4), 2012 Ford F450, 2005 Freightliner M2 (t/a), 2007 GMC C5500 (s/a), Kenworth T300, FUEL/ LUBE TRUCKS: 2005 Int’l. 4400, SEPTIC TRUCKS: 1993 Int’l. Paystar 5000 (tri.), STAKE TRUCK: 2005 Ford (s/a), 8 PICKUP TRUCKS: (3) Ford F350 (dually), (2) Ford F150, (2) Ford F250 (4x4), Chevy Silverado, VANS: 2004 Dodge Sprinter 2500, 9 DETACHABLE TRAILERS: (8) 2013 Witzco RG50 50 ton (tri.), 2002 Talbert 55 ton (quad.), 2 STEP DECK TRAILERS: Fontaine 53ft., 2009 Fontaine Velocity (40T), 2 EQUIPMENT TRAILERS: 2007 Ledwell 50 ton, Eager Beaver 50 ton, SPECIALTY TRAILER: Talbert Specialty 450 ton Trailer 83ft. x 11ft. approx. (12 axle), 2 TAGALONG TRAILER: (2) TH Car Haulers, DUMP TRAILER: Big Bee 16ft., 4 UTILITY TRAILERS: (2) JFTA13 Red, JFTA12 Blue, JTFA10 Cub Cadet Yellow, SCISSOR LIFT TRAILER: JLG UT49 4ft. x 9ft. (t/a), 12 ELECTRIC CARS: (12) New Koko D8, 30 RECREATIONAL & UTILITY VEHICLES: (15) Kubota & Kawasaki, ATTACHMENTS, SUPPORT EQUIPMENT.

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ITL Auctioneering ITL Auctioneering is a family owned and operated auctioneering and liquidation company with decades of equipment experience in all types of equipment large and small. The ITL family has traveled as far as Australia and South Africa assisting companies with the development and implementation of marketing strategies. The company’s home is a 22-acre site in Taunton, Mass., that is open to the public and gives individuals and companies the ability to bid live on- site or online with Equipmentfacts.com. ITL Auctioneering is located at 445 Wintrop Street Taunton, MA 02780 For more information, call John or Justin at 508/824-3262 or visit www.itlauctions.us/. J.G. Auctioneers & Associates Ltd. Founded in 1972 by James G. Cochran, president, CEO and head auctioneer. In addition to conducting construction equipment auctions, the company offers many services including appraisals and liquidations, and auctions of real estate, industrial equipment, farm equipment and livestock, bankruptcy and consignment auctions. J.G. Auctioneers will hold sales on site for customers, or at its own complex at 7704 Mapleville Road, Boonsboro, Md., 21713. For more information, call 301/739-0538 or 800/310-2844 (Md. only); Fax 301/432-2844 or e-mail: info@cochranauctions.com. JM Wood Auction Company Inc. J.M. Wood Auction Co. Inc. was founded in 1973 by J. Malcolm and Brenda Wood. Over the years, the company and its reputation grew, becoming recognized as a provider of construction, farm and real estate auctions. Today, J.M. Wood Auction Co. Inc. is one of the top construction auction companies in the United States, and stands alone as the largest forestry auction provider in the country, according to the company. The company also has evolved to include heavy equipment auctions, machinery auctions, logging equipment auctions and bank auctions. As the second generation of the family begins learning the business, the core values and

integrity that have been there from the start remain an integral part of everything they do. J.M. Wood Auction Company Inc. is located at 3475 Ashley Road, Montgomery, Ala. 36106 and 115 Belvedere Circle, West Columbia, S.C. 29172. For more information, visit www.jmwood.com. Lloyd Meekins & Sons Auction Company Lloyd Meekins & Sons Auction Company is a family-owned auction business, which has been in business for more than 35 years. Lloyd Meekins offers everything from small-scale auctions to large multi-day events. Lloyd Meekins & Sons Auction Company’s main sale site is located at 4070 N.C. Hwy 211, East Lumberton, N.C. 28358. Situated on 150 acres, including a 3,000 sq. ft. all-weather drivethru facility. and 50 acres of parking. For more information, call 800/499-6560 or visit www.meekinsauction.com. Martin & Martin Auctioneers Inc. Martin & Martin Auctioneers Inc. is a full service auction company with facilities in South Carolina and Mississippi. Established in 1973, Martin & Martin holds memberships in the National Auctioneers Association, South Carolina Auctioneers Association, Mississippi Auctioneers Association and Associated General Contractors and is led by president Deborah S. Martin. The company’s South Carolina office is located at 1618 Easley Highway, Pelzer, S.C. 29669, phone number 864/947-7888. The Mississippi office is at 2236 Highway 49, Brooklyn, Miss. 39425, phone 601/450-6200. For more information, visit www.mmaauction.com. Motley’s Auction & Realty Group In 1967, Dick and Pokey Motley started Motley’s Auctions in a Chester, Va., dairy barn. Today Motley’s employs more than 60 full and part- time professionals in the auction and appraisal industry and offers a full array of asset sale, valuation and management services. In addition, the company has a global reach see AUCTIONS page 74


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~ DAY 2 ~ Tuesday, February 12, 2013 Rubber Tired Loaders, Rubber Tired Loader Backhoes, Skid Steer Loaders, Attachments, Pumps, Misc.

~ DAY 3 ~ Wednesday, February 13, 2013 Crawler Tractors, Crawler Loaders, Dirt Compactors, Motor Scrapers, Water Wagons, Off Highway Water Trucks, Attachments, Generators, Electric Motors, Power Units, Engines, Misc.

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through internet bidding technology. Four specialized divisions now make up the Certified Virginia Small Business, Real Estate, Industrial, Antique & Estate and its sister company, Motley’s Richmond Auto Auction, which is led by the second generation, President Mark T. Motley. Motley’s headquarters is located at 4402 West Broad Street, Richmond, Va., 23230, phone number 877/MOTLEYS. For more information, visit www.motleys.com. Petrowsky Auctioneers Inc. Founded more than 35 years ago, Petrowsky offers auction and appraisal services from its newly expanded main office in North Franklin, Conn. The new space offers 25 acres equipped with a drive-by ramp which allows auction attendees to sit inside the building while equipment is driven by for their inspection and bidding. Petrowsky also handles auctions in other areas including the underground utility, waste recycling and marine/dredging industries, as well as commercial real estate. Sales can be conducted onsite at consignors’ own yards or Petrowsky offers no-cost use of its facility. Petrowsky can provide a multitude of flexible auction proposals, any one of which can be custom designed. The three most desired programs, in basic terms, are: (1) Commission sales with seller paying auction company a percentage of gross sales, (2) Minimum guarantees with overage sharing, and (3) Outright company buyouts. Petrowsky Auctioneers Inc. is located at 275 Route 32, North Franklin, Conn. 06254 For more information, call 860/642-4200 or Email: contact@petrowskyauctioneers.com. Proxibid Many trusted auction companies and equipment brands in the industry rely on Proxibid to liquidate their assets. Proxibid offers: • Secure online buying powered by MarketGuard

• Access to equipment inspection reports, videos and more Proxibid is the intersection between e-commerce and traditional auctions, providing both buyers and sellers with access to the world’s largest online marketplace and multiple selling solutions for excess inventory since 2001. More than $2 billion in inventory passes through Proxibid’s marketplace annually in product categories that include heavy equipment; agricultural equipment; commercial and industrial equipment and more. Proxibid is headquartered in Omaha, Neb. For more information, visit www.proxibid.com. Quantos Auctions Quantos Auctions is brought to customers in partnership by Mitsubishi Corporations’ subsidiaries Nikken, NDT and Americ Machinery along with bidadoo Auctions. Sign up with Quantos Auctions to access sale announcements and online catalogs. Quantos Auctions provides global buyers with an opportunity to source quality used equipment from the most trusted suppliers in North America. For more information, visit www.quantosauctions.com. Ritchason Auctioneers Inc. Dewain & Beth founded Ritchason Auctioneers, Inc. in 1989 with a quarter of a million dollars in debt before they had their first sale. Upon start-up, Dewain walked away from a six-figure job and Beth wasn’t working. They had a four-year-old son, a house payment and a car payment. Dewain had to borrow some money from a friend to start the business, but he had a very strong feeling that he had to be on his own. Twenty-four years later, Ritchason Auctioneers is going strong. A true family business, Ritchason Auctioneers now includes Dewain and Beth’s son Brandon, auction coordinator. Ritchason Auctioneers Inc. is located at 7538 Linwood Rd., Lebanon, Tenn. 37075 For more information, call 800/806-3395 or visit www.ritchason.com. see AUCTIONS page 76


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Ritchie Bros. Auctioneers Ritchie Bros. Auctioneers was established in 1958 in Kelowna, British Columbia, Canada, by the three Ritchie brothers, Ken, Dave and John. Throughout the decades, the company expanded and diversified and is today an international company headquartered in Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada with more than 110 locations worldwide and more than 1,600 fulltime employees around the world. Under the leadership of CEO Peter Blake, Ritchie Bros. Auctioneers maintains the tradition of innovation and exceptional customer service that was established by the Ritchie brothers. For more information, visit www.rbauction.com.

related tools and fleet vehicles. For more information, call 860/627-7506 or visit www.salesacutioncompany.cm. Steffes Auctioneers Inc. Robert Steffes founded Steffes Auctioneers Inc. in 1960, primarily to sell farms and livestock. In 1984 the business incorporated and all business operations were moved to Fargo, N.D. Today, Steffes is a nationally recognized company, that markets farm equipment, construction equipment, industrial equipment and real estate at public auction. Steffes Auctioneers’ North Dakota office is located at 2000 Main Avenue East, West Fargo, N.D. 58078. For more information, call 701/237-9173 or visit www.steffesauctioneers.com.

Roy Teitsworth Inc. For 43 years Roy Teitsworth Inc. has specialized in the sale of construction, municipal and farm equipment auctions at the customer’s location or at its auction facility in Geneseo, N.Y. The company manages 60 to 70 auctions per year. Roy Teitsworth Inc. has worked with the sale of construction and heavy equipment for more than 27 years and serves as an auctioneer for a national auction company that specializes in construction equipment. Recognized by the National Auctioneers Association as a leader in the marketing of municipal equipment, Roy Teitsworth Inc. has more than 20 years of experience in this industry. The company also is recognized in New York State by agricultural lenders as a leader in marketing used farm equipment. Roy Teitsworth Inc. is located at 6502 Barber Hill Road, Geneseo, N.Y. 14454. For more information, call 585/243-1563 or visit www.teitsworth.com.

Utility Auctions Inc. Utility Auctions Inc. is located at 601 Christiana Ave., Wilmington, Del. 19801. For more information, visit www.utilityauctions.net.

Sales Auction Company LLC A relative newcomer to the auction world, Sales Auction Company was created in 2009 by Samuel M. Sales and Samuel P. Sales (Sr.). The seven-acre facility is located at 55 King Spring Rd., Windsor Locks, Conn. 06096 where auctions are conducted for construction, land care and agricultural equipment, as well as industry

Western Construction Auction Inc. Western Construction Auctions Inc. (WCA) is a full-service Industrial Auctioneer specializing in the marketing and sale of construction equipment, trucks and trailers, including transportation, mechanical repairs and equipment reconditioning.

Vaughan Auction Group LLC Vaughn Auction Group LLC was founded by C. and Gayle Vaughn and their daughter Jodi Amaya 18 years ago. A privately held company, Vaughn Auction Group serves the construction, financial, fleet and excess liquidation markets primarily in the Southeast, Southwest and Midwest United States regions and international markets. Vaughn Auction Group held its first aucoin in Oct. 1995 and continues to hold four annual auctions — spring, summer, fall and winter Contractors’ auctions. The company’s permanent facility is located at 24280 Interstate 20, Wills Point Tex., 75169. For more information, call 903/873-6777 or fax 903/873 6201.

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WCA can help buyers assess the condition and value of equipment of interest. Performing equipment inspections providing additional photos and performance reviews and more are a few of the ways WCA serves customers. Online and proxy bidding also are on offer for WCA’s customers. WCA’s Corporate Office / Auction Yard is located at 2021 Goetz Road, Perris, Calif. 92570. For more information, call 951/490-0149 or toll free 866/731-7760 or visit wca-online.com. Wolfe Industrial Auctions Inc. Located at 9801 Hansonville Road, Frederick, Md. 21702, Wolfe Industrial Auctions Inc. has specialized in heavy equipment auctions since 1978. The company also offers many additional services including buyouts, liquidations and guarantees and appraisals.

For more information, call 301/898-0340 or visit www.wolfeauctions.com. Yoder & Frey Auctioneers Inc. Yoder & Frey was established in 1964 by Elias Frey, Tim Yoder and Jack Higley and conducted its first auction on May 5, 1964 in Saginaw, Mich. Led by V. Peter Clark today, the company serves the construction equipment, truck, trailer, mining, farming and forestry industries with 10 to 15 auctions annually as well as offering appraisals. This year, Yoder & Frey will be holding its 39th annual Florida sale in Kissimmee, its 11th annual sale in Darlington, Pa., and its 16th in Bow, N.H. Yoder & Frey’s permanent auction sites are located at 641 W. Southport Road, Kissimmee, Fla. and 423 Ashwood Road, Darlington, Pa. Corporate headquarters are at 1670 Commerce Road, Holland, Ohio 43528. For more information, call 419/865-3990 or toll free 800/842-6221 or visit www.yoderandfrey.com.

CEG Announces New Auction Results Web Site Feature Construction Equipment Guide’s (CEG) Auction Results Page is a new addition to the CEG Web site. The Auction Results Page allows users to gain access to the results of thousands of recent auctions held across the United States. This new feature includes a database of thousands of pieces of equipment. It also was designed to make the process of searching auction results both streamlined and detailed at the same time. “We recognized the need for our readers to have access to the latest auction results from all over the United States,” said Rob Tredinnick, head of the Web The Auction Results Page will allow users to refine their search There are multiple categories to choose from on the Auction Results Page. department of CEG. “What we’ve for equipment based on a variety of criteria. done with this feature is given The database itself contains equipment culled from aucWeb users the ability to quickly find the results of hundreds auction by zip code, to list a few methods. Allowing users a choice of how they want to find their tions across the country. Categories include Aerial Lifts, of auctions in a variety of ways.” Cranes, Backhoe Loaders, Excavators, Hydraulic Breakers, Users can choose one of two methods to search the results was a key component of the page. “We wanted the best of both worlds,” said Tredinnick. Skid Steer Loaders, and much more. The manufacturers listAuction Results Page: The first method is to simply browse the Results Section by Equipment Type and then drill down “This is a large amount of data to be searched. By keeping it ed include Caterpillar, Liebherr and Terex, to name just a by Manufacturer. The second method uses the Auction simple, we allow users to cut through all the data to get few. To view the Auction Results Page, go to: http:// Search Page’s powerful database to enter a host of options in exactly what they want. But we also knew that many people the search. Users can search the database by entering specif- will have very specific searches, so we also allowed for that www.constructionequipmentguide.com/auction-results/ auctionresults.aspx. ic Model Numbers, Hours/Miles, Price, Year, location of as well.”


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ADVERTISER INDEX ALEX LYON & SON INC

JFW EQUIPMENT INC ................................................................54

KISSIMMEE FL...............................................................70,71

JOHN DEERE ..............................................................................29

ASC CONSTRUCTION EQUIPMENT USA...........................2,3,10

JOHN DEERE SKID STEER........................................................38

ASSET SALES

KOMATSU AMERICA CORP..............................................26,27,32

XENIA OH / JACKSONVILLE NV........................................67

KUBOTA SVL..........................................................................40, 41

ATCO EQUIPMENT ......................................................................5

LEEBOY ................................................................................50, 51

BARGAINS ..................................................................................62

LLOYD MEEKINS & SONS AUCTION CO ..................................69

BENCH MARK TOOL & SUPPLY ................................................13

MAULDIN PAVING PRODUCTS ..................................................46

BOBCAT COMPANY ..............................................................42, 43

MAY HEAVY EQUIPMENT ..........................................................19

BOMAG ........................................................................................56

MYRON BOWLING AUCTIONEERS

BROOKS SALES INC ..................................................................18 CAT AUCTION SERVICES

TUSCALOOSA AL ..............................................................81 PINNACLE CENTRAL CO ..........................................................12

FLORIDA ............................................................................75

POWERSCREEN ........................................................................25

CEG SCALE MODELS ................................................................58

PROFESSIONAL SHORING & SUPPLY ....................................12

CLASSIFIEDS ..............................................................................62

RING POWER RENTAL ..............................................................6,9

CLEVELAND BROTHERS EQUIPMENT ..............................16, 17

RITCHASON AUCTIONEERS ....................................................67

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RITCHIE BROS. AUCTIONEERS

WANTED..............................................................................61

ORLANDO FL ......................................................................77

AUCTION RESULTS ..........................................................78

ROAD BUILDERS MACHINERY ................................................26

GEO TARGETED EMAIL ....................................................83

ROSCO MFG CO ........................................................................55

EXCAVATOR & ATTACHMENTS PROMO ..........................44

SAKAI AMERICA INC ..................................................................48

DOMINION EQUIPMENT PARTS ................................................59

SITECH MID-ATLANTIC ..............................................................18

DYNAPAC ....................................................................................47

SOLESBEES EQUIP & ATTACHMENTS ......................................6

FAE USA INC ..............................................................................54

SOUTHERN SHOWS ..................................................................21

FLANGE LOCK ............................................................................19

STONE CONSTRUCTION EQUIPMENT ....................................50

FLUID CONTROL SERVICES ....................................................21

TAKEUCHI....................................................................................36

G S EQUIPMENT ........................................................................11

TRACTOR TRACS INC................................................................59

GOMACO CORP..........................................................................57

TRENCH SHORING SERVICES ................................................24

H & L TOOTH CO ........................................................................23

VOLVO COMPACTION ................................................................49

HALE TRAILER BRAKE & WHEEL ............................................15

VOLVO CONSTRUCTION EQUIPMENT ....................................31

HILCO INDUSTRIAL LLC ............................................................65

WHITE OAK EQUIPMENT INC ....................................................7

HILLS MACHINERY COMPANY ..................................................84

WILSON FINLEY..........................................................................60

HITACHI CONSTRUCTION MACHINERY ............................34, 35

WIRTGEN AMERICA..............................................................52, 53

HYUNDAI CONSTRUCTION EQUIPMENT ................................39

YANMAR AMERICA ....................................................................37

IRON PLANET ............................................................................79

YODER & FREY AUCTIONEERS

JCB INC ......................................................................................33

KISSIMMEE FL....................................................................73

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