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Money Woes Threaten High-Speed Rail’s Future By Michael Tarm ASSOCIATED PRESS WRITER

Project Restores Water Flow in Everglades…21

CHICAGO (AP) The $8 billion in stimulus cash awarded to 13 high-speed rail corridors across the United States may seem like a windfall for advocates, but there’s a catch: The money isn’t enough to finish any of the major

projects. State coffers are dry and federal spending is being cut back, so it’s unclear who, if anyone, will pay the rest of the multi-billion dollar bill. Many states have been vague about how they would pay their part of the bill. But experts say most are counting on the federal government to cover at least half of their costs

over the next few decades — a hope that may clash with President Barack Obama’s recent pledge to curb spending. Optimists point to the 2011 federal budget Obama proposed that seeks $1 billion more for high-speed trains on top of the $8 billion he already announced in stimulus money. There’s see RAIL page 84

Industry Responds to Haiti’s Needs Work Begins on N.C.’s First Toll Road…25

To minimize the impact on traffic on the I-575 project, work on the $18.5 million project, which was contracted to Marietta, Ga., based C.W. Matthews Contracting Co., took place exclusively at night.

Alex Lyon & Son Kicks Off Florida Auctions…88

Table of Contents........ 4 Paving Section .... 33-48 Excavators & Attachments Section ..............................53-76 Parts Section ..............77 Business Calendar......86 Auction Section ......87-99

Advertisers Index ......98

Cat corporate executives also are working through a dealer in Haiti called Haytrac in the deployment of equipment and operators to the stricken area.

By Giles Lambertson CEG CORRESPONDENT

General contractors and equipment dealers in the United States have limited options right now in responding to Haiti’s destructive earthquake. Contributing funds to recovery efforts is the big-ticket response at this point. Shortly, however, the companies’skilled personnel and equipment will be in greater demand. The 7.0-magnitude quake that struck Haiti just before dusk on Jan. 12 collapsed thousands of concrete-block homes and larger buildings. The next morning’s light revealed wholesale destruction and loss of life in the nation’s capital, Port-Au-Prince. Deaths are estimated at somewhere between 75,000 and 200,000, with another 200,000 injured. Because Haiti generally is considered the poorest nation in the Western Hemisphere, recovery is expected to be slow amid enormous human suffering. see HAITI page 12

ARRA Funded Projects in the Works in Northwest Ga. By Zoie Clift CEG CORRESPONDENT

Northwest Georgia is currently home territory to ten American Recovery and Reinvestment Act (ARRA) funded highway projects. Work on all the projects began during the summer of 2009 and cumulatively they are valued at more than $48 million. The scope of the projects range from adding turn lanes on U.S. 41 in Bartow County to replacing a bridge on County Line Road over Polecat Creek. Construction work is finished on the first project: the resurfacing of I-575,

which included more than 20 mi. (32 km) of resurfacing on the interstate, beginning at I-75 in Cobb County and extending to the Etowah River in Cherokee County. I- 575 is 31 miles long and connects the Atlanta area with the north Georgia mountains. “A major objective of the project’s construction plan was to minimize the impact construction work would have on the heavy traffic the interstate carries during the day,” said Mohamed Arafa, GDOT Communications Officer in Northwest Georgia. “As a result, work on the $18.5 million project, which was see ARRA page 32


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

CRAWLER EXCAVATORS

MOTOR GRADERS

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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PAVING 99 LANE MILE AND COUNTING WITHOUT A SINGLE GRIND

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Used Specials from May Heavy Equipment Columbia, SC • Lexington, NC

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2006 Cat D5G LGP, S/N RKG02157, 2639 hrs, EROPS, A/C, Heat, Hystat, Pat Blade, Sweeps, Draw Bar ..............$$60,000

2006 Cat D6R LGP, S/N WRG00373, 5002 hrs, EROPS, Joy Stick Controls, SU Blade, 80% U/C ........................$$137,500

2002 Cat 312CL, S/N CBA00473, 3393 hrs, A/C, Heat, VGC, Thumb........................................................................$$51,000

2002 Komatsu PC200LC-7, S/N 201021, 5193 hrs, A/C, Heat, Wide Pads, 48" Bucket ......................................$$61,500

2006 Komatsu PC200LC-8, S/N C60104, 2113 hrs, A/C, Heat, Radio, Wide Pads, 42" Bkt, Very Good Condition .......... ..................................................................................$$79,000

2005 Volvo EC290, S/N V12760, 4394 hrs, A/C, Heat, Wide Pads, 60' Long Reach ................................................$$92,500

1999 Fiat FG65C, S/N 85S05328, 1884 hrs, Canopy, Artic., 10' Blade, Front Blade Scafire ....................................$$38,000

2003 Cat CP433E, S/N CFK00200, 1460 hrs, Canopy, 66" Pad Foot ....................................................................$$43,000

2001 Cat 613C, S/N 8LJ02185, 4500 hrs, EROPS, A/C, Heat, VGC Condition............................................................$$57,500

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Power Equipment Used & Rental Fleet Quality at Auction Prices Most Machines carry a 6 month / 500 hour powertrain warranty. DOZERS

Komatsu PC270LC-8, #C0550, 2007, 1390 Hrs, Plumbed, 6 Month/500 Hrs Powertrain Warranty ...... ..................................................................$$143,000 Komatsu PC400LC-6M, #C5303, 2004, 4090 Hrs, 6 Month/500 Hrs Powertrain Warranty............$$99,000 Komatsu PC400LC-7, #C5220, 2004, 5190 Hrs, 6 Month/500 Hrs Powertrain Warranty............$$88,000 Komatsu PC600LC-8, #BP8614, 2006, 4240 Hrs, 6 Month/500 Hrs Powertrain Warranty..........$$231,000

Komatsu D31EX-21A, #C5435, 2007, 300 Hrs, 6 Month/500 Hrs Powertrain Warranty............$$38,500 Komatsu D39EX-21A, #C0385, 2005, 2260 Hrs, 6 Month/500 Hrs Powertrain Warranty............$$33,000 Komatsu D39EX-21A, #C0381, 2005, 2340 Hrs, 6 Month/500 Hrs Powertrain Warranty............$$33,000 Komatsu D41EX-6C, #C0497, 2007, 995 Hrs ............ ....................................................................$$52,800 Komatsu D51PX-22, #PP25178, 2008, 1440 Hrs, Cab, A/C, 6 Month/500 Hrs Powertrain Warranty ...... ..................................................................$$115,000 Komatsu D51PX-22, #PP25177, 2009, 888 Hrs, Cab, A/C, 6 Month/500 Hrs Powertrain Warranty ...... ..................................................................$$120,000 Komatsu D61PX-15, #PP25158, 2006, 2167 Hrs, Cab, A/C, 6 Month/500 Hrs Powertrain Warranty ...... ....................................................................$$79,000 Komatsu D65EX-15, #C5346, 2005, 3020 Hrs, 6 Month/500 Hrs Powertrain Warranty............$$82,500 Komatsu D155AX-5B, #C0457, 2006, 2250 Hrs, 6 Month/500 Hrs Powertrain Warranty..........$$231,000 Komatsu D275AX-5, #C0539, 2002, 12,460 Hrs........ ..................................................................$$192,500

WHEEL LOADERS Komatu WA200-6, #PP25156, 2008, 1052 Hrs, Cab, Limited Slip, 6 Month/500 Hrs Powertrain Warranty......................................................$$92,000

ROLLERS/COMPACTION Ingersoll Rand SD77DX, #C0354, 2004, 1120 Hrs, Padfoot/Shell Kit ..........................................$$30,800 Hamm 3410, #C5504, 2008, 540 Hrs, 6 Month/500 Hrs Powertrain Warranty ..............................$$66,000 Hamm 3410, #C5508, 2008, 950 Hrs, 6 Month/500 Hrs Powertrain Warranty ..............................$$60,500

EXCAVATORS

EXCAVATORS WITH ATTACHMENTS

Komatsu PC200LC-7, #C5175-T, 2004, 3240 Hrs, Thumb, 6 Month/500 Hrs Powertrain Warranty.......... ....................................................................$$63,800

Komatsu PC300LC-7/GMS700, #C0238-S/BP8506, 2004, 5350 Hrs, Genesis Shear..................$$231,000

Komatsu D51EX-22, #PP2374-1, 2007, 1100 Hrs, Cab, Sweep, Screen, 6 Month/500 Hrs Powertrain Warranty ....................................................$$105,000 Komatsu PC200LC-7, #C0407-T, 2005, 3120 Hrs, Thumb, 6 Month/500 Hrs Powertrain Warranty.......... ....................................................................$$68,200 Komatsu PC200LC-8, #C0467, 2006, 4320 Hrs, Plumbed, 6 Month/500 Hrs Powertrain Warranty ...... $68,200 ....................................................................$ Komatsu PC220LC-7, #C5196, 2004, 3740 Hrs, 6 Month/500 Hrs Powertrain Warranty............$$70,400 Komatsu PC220LC-7, #C5201, 2004, 4700 Hrs, Long Reach, Bkt, 6 Month/500 Hrs Powertrain $82,500 Warranty ......................................................$

Komatsu WA250-5L, #PP25157, 2006, 1148 Hrs, Cab, JRB CPLR Bkt, 6 Month/500 Hrs Powertrain Warranty ......................................................$$89,000

ARTIC TRUCKS Komatsu HM300-1, #C0353, 2005, 4000 Hrs, 6 Month/500 Hrs Powertrain Warranty..........$$104,500 Komatsu HM300-1, #C5300, 2005, 5090 Hrs, 6 Month/500 Hrs Powertrain Warranty............$$88,000 Komatsu HM400-1, #C0209, 2004, 5220 Hrs ............ ..................................................................$$104,500 Komatsu HM400-1, #C5146, 2004, 5930 Hrs ............ ....................................................................$$99,000 Komatsu HM400-1, #C0366, 2005, 6700 Hrs ............ ....................................................................$$82,500 Komatsu HM400-1, #C0365, 2005, 6900 Hrs ............ ....................................................................$$82,500

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RSC Equipment Rental SCISSORS

C O M PA C T I O N

2004 GENIE GS1930, SCISSOR LIFT-15-19' DC, S/N GS300465147, UNIT #509416........................................$3,520 2004 JLG 2030ES, SCISSOR LIFT-20' DC-30-34", S/N 0200122797, UNIT #519485....................................$4,064 2004 SKYJACK SJIII-3226, SCISSOR LIFT-26' DC-30-32", S/N 272214, UNIT #515905 ..................................................$6,264 2004 JLG 2646ES, SCISSOR LIFT-25-26' DC-46-68", S/N 0200122777, UNIT #516754 ..........................................$4,856 2005 SKYJACK SJIII-4632, SCISSOR LIFT-30-34' DC-46-69", S/N 711485, UNIT #541377..........................................$10,924

2004 MULTIQUIP MRH800GS, W/B ROLLER-SMOOTH-DD1500# 26", S/N M3646, UNIT #509442 ..........................$3,664 2005 WACKER RT56-SC, W/B ROLLER-PADFOOT-3000#, S/N 5569442, UNIT #565640 ................................................$9,208 2005 WACKER RT82-SC, W/B ROLLER-PADFOOT-3000#, S/N 5549433, UNIT #548636................................................$10,065 2005 IR SD45D-COMBO, R/O ROLLER-VIB-SD 5T 54” S/N 182289, UNIT #555319..................................................$23,866 2005 IR SD70D, R/O ROLLER-VIB-SD 8T 66” S/N 182142, UNIT #557622 ..............................................................$32,100

BOOM LIFTS

FORKLIFTS

1999 GENIE Z45/25-DF-4WD, ART BOOM LIFT-45-49'-4WD, S/N Z452511256, UNIT #286953..................................$17,326 1998 JLG 601S-D-4WD, STR BOOM LIFT-60-64'-4WD, S/N 0300037612, UNIT#248700..........................................$20,173 2005 JLG E300AJ-NAR, ART BOOM LIFT-30-34'-2WD DC, S/N 0300087886, UNIT #581382 ........................................$21,709 2002 TEREX TB85-D-4WD, STR BOOM LIFT-85-89'-4WD, S/N 2660012, UNIT #7602108 ............................................$23,896 2005 JLG E400AN-NAR, ART BOOM LIFT-40-44'-2WD DC, S/N 0300081644, UNIT #541391 ........................................$26,785 2002 GENIE S85-DF-4WD, STR BOOM LIFT-85-89'-4WD, S/N S853354, UNIT #439174 ..............................................$35,900

G E N E R AT O R S 2005 MULTIQUIP DCA10SPX3, GENERATOR-10-14 KW, S/N 3763449, UNIT #584432 ................................................$5,192 2004 MULTIQUIP DCA45USIC, GENERATOR-30-39 KW, S/N 8200424, UNIT #529066 ................................................$5,730

2005 DAEWOO G25E-NM, IND FORKLIFT-5000 LB, S/N GA00397, UNIT #551736..............................................$10,581 2004 DAEWOO D35S, IND FORKLIFT-8000-9000 LB, S/N FZ00026, UNIT #513074 ..............................................$16,244 2004 GEHL RS5, RCH FORKLIFT-6000 LB 20-34', S/N RS5JV0311221, UNIT#494403 ....................................$19,250 2005 TEREX TX55-19, RCH FORKLIFT-FXD-5000 LB 18-24', S/N TX551911553, UNIT #552263 ..............................$20,207 2003 JLG G9-43A, RCH FORKLIFT-9,000 LB 35-45', S/N 0160002173, UNIT #473963..................................$21,308 2004 GEHL RS6, RCH FORKLIFT-6000 LB 35-39',S/N RS6JV0213064, UNIT #489226....................................$23,497 2004 LULL 644E-42, RCH FORKLIFT-6000 LB 40-45', S/N 0160003168, UNIT #484162 ........................................$25,311 2002 LULL 844C-42, RCH FORKLIFT-8000 LB 35-45', S/N 16161, UNIT #412448 ..................................................$26,222 2004 SKYTRAK 10054, RCH FORKLIFT-10000 LB 40-55, S/N 0160004344, UNIT #508084 ........................................$39,900

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2004 DEERE 710G BACKHOE4WD 23’ EXT, S/N T0710GX941793, UNIT #531117 $58,643 ......................................$

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

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Heavy Equipment Industry Responds to Haitian Crisis

Only after completing the task of caring for and stabilizing the residents will the effort shift to clearing away entire blocks of debris in the capital city and elsewhere.

Hyundai Construction Equipment Americas (HCEA) provided an R110-7A to its dealer in the Dominican Republic, Tokmakjian. This machine was donated to the earthquake relief efforts in Haiti along with an R210LC7. (L-R) are John Lim, president of HCEA; Lorenzo Fermin, general manager of Tokmakjian; and Joon Ahn, district sales manager of HCEA. The 7.0-magnitude quake that struck Haiti just before dusk on Jan. 12 collapsed thousands of concrete-block homes and larger buildings. The next morning’s light revealed wholesale destruction and loss of life in the nation’s capital, Port-Au-Prince.

HAITI from page 1

Numerous heavy equipment manufacturers responded swiftly to the disaster. They did so for genuine humanitarian reasons as well as in recognition of the fact that a voluntary response was appropriate. After all, major reconstruction efforts eventually will require their equipment. A preliminary sampling of manufacturer relief effort responses shows: • Volvo Construction Equipment North America matched employee donations that were contributed by Feb. 1. The total amount will be consolidated with donations from other Volvo business areas and business units in North America into one Volvo Group NA gift. In addition, Volvo Group NA will be providing support on the ground, and both Mack and Volvo Trucks NA will make corporate contributions; • Hyundai Construction Equipment Americas (HCEA) provided an R110-7A to its dealer in the Dominican Republic, Tokmakjian. This machine will in turn be donated Appealing to manufacturers who have supported his to the earthquake relief efforts in Haiti along with an nonprofit work to date, Tad Agoglia managed to assemble a small stable of equipment suitable for the R210LC-7 that will be provided by Tokmakjian directly. HCEA President John Lim also visited the Dominican Haitian task. The Pete Store in Knoxville, Tenn., donatRepublic and traveled to Haiti to assist in the relief efforts ed a tri-axle Peterbilt dump truck. first hand. • The John Deere Foundation is donating $250,000 to the Red Cross for Haiti and the corporate office is matching employee donations up to $1,000 per employee; • Case New Holland has been involved in efforts to relieve the humanitarian crisis in Haiti since the country was stricken by a mammoth earthquake and subsequent aftershocks. The company is supporting relief efforts by providing Case, New Holland and Kobelco construction equipment and companywide monetary donations. “Soged S.A., the Case dealer in Haiti, immediately deployed available excavators, wheel loaders and other equipment to assist in recovery efforts. And EDOM — Empresas Dominicanas C.A., a New Holland/Kobelco dealBecause Haiti generally is considered the poorest er in the Dominican Republic, was able to offer delivery of nation in the Western Hemisphere, recovery is expect- up to 10 machines within 24 hours,” said Jim McCullough, ed to be slow amid enormous human suffering. president and CEO, CNH Construction Equipment. “Our

Case, New Holland and Kobelco brands will continue to support recovery efforts in the coming weeks,” he added. CNH also has offered several pieces of heavy construction equipment to Haiti, including crawler excavators ranging from 7 to 16 tons (6.3 to 14.5 t), a tractor loader backhoe and motorgrader, through the United Nations. • Kubota Corporation’s affiliated companies in the United States and Canada, including Kubota Tractor Corporation (KTC); Kubota Credit Corporation (KCC); Kubota Manufacturing of America (KMA); Kubota Industrial Equipment (KIE); Kubota Engine America Corporation (KEA); and Kubota Canada, Ltd., have donated $50,000 in equipment in-kind for ongoing relief efforts in Haiti. Kubota has provided Kubota generators and other electronic and first aid supplies through the California-based Operation USA. “Kubota employees around the world would like to express our sympathy for the victims and their families of the recent earthquake disaster in Haiti,” stated Satoshi Iida, president, Kubota Tractor Corporation (USA). “Kubota sincerely hopes for the eventual recovery and re-settlement of those impacted by this crisis. It is our hope that this donation will be helpful to the significant humanitarian work ongoing toward relief efforts in the aftermath of the earthquake.” In addition, Kubota Corporation of Osaka, Japan, has already made a contribution of $110,000 to the Japanese Red Cross Society for earthquake relief assistance. The combined Kubota Corporation worldwide donation also represents contributions from affiliated companies in Europe, Asia, and Australia. • The Caterpillar Foundation is making an initial contribution of $200,000 to international Red Cross and Red Crescent relief efforts. The Foundation also will match dollar-for-dollar Caterpillar employee, retiree and Cat dealer employee financial contributions to the Red Cross to a total of $300,000 Cat corporate executives also are working through a dealer in Haiti called Haytrac in the deployment of equipment and operators to the stricken area. A few pieces of equipment see HAITI page 18


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Razing, Hauling Away Rubble Could Take Three Months HAITI from page 12

have been sent already. Two backhoe loaders and three hydraulic excavators were donated to Haytrac and hydraulic excavators and wheel loaders are being transported for use in Haiti via Rio Haina in the neighboring Dominican Republic. Caterpillar also temporarily suspended fees for emergency parts orders from Haiti and quickened the parts ordering process. These and other contributions by manufacturers helped support the early work of recovering bodies and establishing emergency medical and food supply centers. As many as one million Haitians are believed to have been displaced by the quake. Only after completing the task of caring for and stabilizing them will the effort shift to clearing away entire blocks of debris in the capital city and elsewhere. That demolition activity eventually will be followed by repair of infrastructure and construction of new buildings. In some respects, the reconstruction will be just a continuation of pre-quake activity in Haiti. Two months ago, for example, the World Bank authorized tens of millions of dollars for transportation projects in the country including rebuilding of farm-tomarket roadways. Some of that money was to replace infrastructure damaged by hurricanes and tropical storms that struck in 2007 and 2008. Now, many more rebuilding dollars will be needed. Before demolition and construction bidding can begin, relief organizations and volunteers are being relied upon to do the work. They have begun the process of clearing away the latest layer of debris from Haiti’s soil. Among those helping with this early work are members of the First Response Team of America. “We loaded up equipment yesterday and are just about ready to hop on a ship,” Tad Agoglia reported Jan. 26 from a Florida harbor. Agoglia and three other team members subsequently crossed the Atlantic waters to Port-Au-Prince where Agoglia expects to spend three months demolishing and hauling away destroyed buildings. The other members of his team will spend one year in the country The First Response Team is a nonprofit outfit that responds immediately to natural disasters anywhere in the United States. Because of the proximity of Haiti to the United States and the level of destruction involved, Agoglia decided to send responders to work the disaster. “In the days immediately after the quake,” Agoglia explained on his Web site (firstresponseteam.org), “the team struggled with deciding whether or not responding to the needs of Haiti would jeopardize our com-

The earthquake destroyed the Haitian presidential palace.

mitment to respond to disasters in the United States. But at the end of the day, our focus is on humanity. And how could we turn our backs on such an epic disaster, so close to home, that has left a large portion of Haiti wondering if there will ever be another tomorrow.” Appealing to manufacturers who have supported his nonprofit work to date, Agoglia managed to assemble a small stable of equipment suitable for the Haitian task. The Pete Store in Knoxville, Tenn., donated a tri-axle Peterbilt dump truck. Cleveland Brothers in Pennsylvania contributed a Caterpillar 312 excavator. A donated trailer was a serendipitous find. Agoglia was on his way to Litchfield, Minn., to express his gratitude to Towmaster Trailers president David Lundin for previous equipment donations when he heard about the destructive quake. The disaster naturally came up in conversation with Lundin and the company executive realized he had a trailer in inventory that could help Agoglia in Haiti. A 19-ft. low-profile Towmaster T-40 40,000-lb. capacity trailer now hauls the excavator from tumbled building to tumbled building in Port-Au-Prince. “I knew he had to get his equipment together quickly,” Lundin said, explaining his rapid decision to donate the trailer. He noted that his company has pledged to aid the First Response Team for some time to come. “I know it’s a financial commitment, but it’s the right thing to do as a company.” Bob Piper knows something about responding to natural disasters. Piper is vice president for industry relations of Associated Builders and Contractors. In the days immediately following Hurricane Katrina, he was involved coordinating the response of ABC chapters in the Gulf area. He was part of an

effort to deliver a truckload of water and clothing. Piper subsequently helped raise funds and train volunteers for reconstruction efforts in the region as part of a Business Roundtable campaign. As for Haiti, Piper doesn’t yet see comparable opportunity for a coordinated intervention. “The best anyone can do right now is to send dollars. We will become more involved once the rebuild actually begins.” Piper said a couple of ABC members have contacted him asking how to respond. “A line company out of Nevada is wanting to send some crews to help, for instance. But until we actually have a source of information on the ground, we’re not sending anyone. We will continue looking for avenues to get involved and when they open up, we will put it out to our members.” Several general contractors in the Charlottesville, Va., area were involved in Haiti long before the quake rattled the country. The contractors — most of whom are members of Associated General Contractors — constitute a nonprofit organization called Building Goodness Foundation. It was started 11 years ago by a few builders and architects who volunteered to help build a rural community center in Haiti. “After I came back home, I was fairly disturbed by what I saw,” one of those builders, Jack Stoner, said of his introduction to Haiti. “One man said to me that it was one of the most important things we’ve done in our working lives and asked me how we can do more of it.” The stricken consciences of Stoner and his volunteer companions sparked formation of the organization, which employs their skills to improve the lives of needy communities at home and overseas. Over the past

decade, Building Goodness Foundation has erected community centers, clinics and housing in several states as well as in Haiti, Guatemala and Honduras. In all, some 1,200 volunteers have expended approximately 80,000 volunteer hours working on nearly 240 buildings. Haitian projects have included construction of two medical clinics, 15 small houses and a 6,000-sq.-ft. headquarters compound as well as repair of school buildings. “All the houses we built are hurricane proof and now have proven to be earthquake proof. The concrete houses fell down but our wood-frame houses survived. There is a real demand now to have us come back and build some more.” Stoner said the organization is working on prototype structures that can be adapted for use as schools, clinics or business places. “We probably are two or three months away from sending in teams for rebuilding,” the co-owner of Alexander/Nicholson Inc. said. “It will be an overwhelming task. Normally we would send four to five groups to Haiti in a year. Now we will have to send 15 to 20 groups to have an impact.” What Building Goodness has discovered is that more skilled volunteers are needed to work with unskilled Haitian partners on projects. Stoner said more attention also will be paid to raising the skill level of the Haitian workers. Such training was frowned upon previously because it was feared the building-trained workers would leave for the city instead of staying in rural areas where their agricultural skills are needed. Now, however, building talent will be at a premium in many parts of the country. Stoner welcomed the interest of anyone wanting to volunteer or contribute to the organization — or to start a Building Goodness unit in another part of the country, for that matter. He believes the work remains vital both as a humanitarian response and an industry outreach. That combination is what inspired the men to form the nonprofit. The group of builders realized that a lot of good nonprofit groups needed buildings and infrastructure “and had no idea how to put them together. It just sort of grew out of that.” He believes “a lot” of public misconceptions exist about the construction industry as regards the public interest. He sees volunteer construction activity as visible promotion of the industry and a genuine contribution to communities. After all, Stoner observed, “the humanitarian crisis in Haiti wouldn’t be there if the buildings hadn’t fallen down.” (This story also can be found on Construction Equipment Guide’s Web site at www.constructionequipmentguide.com.) CEG


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Doosan Infracore Construction Equipment has named Cowin Equipment Company of Montgomery, Ala., its new dealer for heavy excavators and wheel loaders in the state of Georgia. Cowin will serve the Georgia market from its branch locations in Atlanta and Albany. Cowin Equipment Company opened its doors in 1938. A distributor of heavy equipment, Cowin Equipment Company also has a large rental fleet, which will now include Doosan machines. In 2006, RER magazine named Cowin Equipment Company as one of the top 60 rental companies in North America. “Our company’s mission is to always exceed our cus-

tomers’ expectations for quality,” said Russ Huber, Cowin Equipment Company vice president and general manager of Georgia operations. “Adding Doosan as a partner will help us continue to provide high-quality service, products and, most importantly, overall value to our customers.” “Cowin’s dedication to its customers combined with Doosan’s competitive products, commitment to the North American market and class-leading parts and service support give us the foundation for a winning team in the Georgia market,” said Steve Ross, Doosan dealer development. For more information, visit www.cowin.com.


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Tamiami Trail Project Restores Water Flow in Everglades By Lori Lovely CEG CORRESPONDENT

Crews are replacing a bridge along Tamiami Trail, not because its condition has deteriorated, but because it’s causing environmental problems. To solve the problem, the aim of this project, explains Donna George, U.S. Army Corps of Engineers program manager, is to improve the water flow through the slough into Everglades National Park (ENP). The Tamiami Trail consists of the last 275 miles (442 km) of US 41, connecting Tampa with Miami. Construction of the original roadway commenced in 1916, after Miami’s Capt. James Jaudon proposed a road to connect Florida’s Gulf and Atlantic coasts, reportedly to boost development of his properties in the Everglades. The origin of the Trail’s name has been variously attributed to E.P. Dickey, on the Tampa Board of Trade, for his suggestion of “Tamyami” and to a contraction of “Tampa” and “Miami.” Considered a feat of engineering, the Trail was under construction for a dozen years. Crews endured swampy, boggy, humid and buggy conditions while dynamiting rock that was hauled off by oxcart. The budget reached $8 million and when the state ran out of money, Barron Collier, a Florida businessman and millionaire, bankrolled the project. Largely bypassed these days due to alternate highway routes, the Tamiami Trail is reminiscent of days past, filled with both alligators and tourist traps. However, the damage done to the Everglades lingers on. The roadway and the Tamiami Canal act as a dam, blocking water flow from Lake Okeechobee to Florida Bay at the southern tip of the peninsula. The diminished water flow has produced a devastating effect on the region’s ecology. To alleviate the problem and help regulate water flow, in the 1990s the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers filled some canals and added culverts under the highway. Realizing this didn’t solve the problem, as early as 2003, the Corps began reviewing plans to rebuild U.S. 41/SR 90 and construct a 3,000ft.-long (914 m) causeway near the Northeast Shark Slough north of ENP. The

Construction of the Tamiami Trial began in 1916 and these days, alternate highway routes cut down on traffic along it. But, the roadway and the Tamiami Canal act as a dam, blocking water flow from Lake Okeechobee to Florida Bay at the southern tip of the peninsula and many areas are parched.

proposed causeway has been named the Everglades Skyway by the Sierra Club, Audubon Society and World Wildlife Fund. Legal Obstruction The Tamiami Trail Modifications project is one of four components of the Modified Deliveries to Everglades National Park Project approved by Congress in 1989. Mod Waters, as it is known, is intended to “restore to the extent practicable the natural hydrologic conditions within ENP,” according to the report. As a result of the changes to the hydrologic conditions brought about by the Tamiami Trail, L-29 Canal and several levees, extensive loss of the deepest, longest hydroperiod habitat inside ENP has occurred. In addition to reducing flows, the Trail shortened the period of inundation (the hydroperiod). Because some of the land that

was not then part of ENP was destined for agriculture, this “draining” was looked upon favorably in the past. However, the 1989 Everglades Protection and Expansion Act changed the purpose of lands east of the S333 and the L-67 Extension Levee from agriculture and private ownership to the National Park Service. At that time, it directed the USACE to restore the eastern Everglades’hydrology to the extent practicable. The Mod Waters project plans to create hydraulic conveyance capacity through the Tamiami Trail to allow a return to a more natural flow of water and prevent loss of and restore the ridge and slough vegetation through increased volume of water delivered to North East Shark River Slough. A benefit of the plan is the anticipated reduction in highway-caused mortality of animals moving across the Tamiami Trail.

A plan approved in the 2005 Revised General Reevaluation Report to determine additional, less costly alternatives for restored water flow was reanalyzed. The revised plan includes construction of a 1 mi. (1.6 km)-long bridge 2 mi. (3.2 km) east of the intersection of Tamiami Trail and Krome Avenue, which would allow water levels in the L-29 canal to reach 8.5 ft. (2.5 m). The roadway would be reinforced to mitigate potential impact of the increased water level. Everglades National Park Superintendent Dan Kimball approved of the plan, considering it a “major step forward” in restoring more natural hydrologic conditions in the Northeast Shark River Slough to the benefit of wildlife and vegetation. Similarly, Department of Environmental Protection Secretary Michael Sole also believes in the importance of restoring a more natural flow of water to the south Florida ecosystem, adding that it will revive the habitat of more than 60 threatened and endangered species. Not everyone in the area is in favor of the plan, however. The Miccosukee Indian Tribe filed a lawsuit, alleging that construction of the bridge could result in flooding. In fact, the project would remove a downstream flooding constraint. Because it’s the deepest flow, the ENP segment of the Shark River Slough requires higher average water stages and longer flooding durations to restore and maintain slough habitat. Restoration of seasonal flooding along with additional freshwater flows would enhance suitability for native vegetation and at the same time decrease the potential for invasive species colonization, resulting in increased quality and quantity of ridge and slough habitat. In June, a federal judge set aside an injunction issued the previous year, clearing the way for work to begin, with certain constraints: traffic must be maintained with minimal disruptions and no additional damage to the roadway; socioeconomic impacts on local businesses and residents must be minimized; endangered species must not be adversely affected; degradation of water quality in ENP and contributing water bodies within the basin must be avoided; and construction must begin before 2010. see TAMIAMI page 22


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Geology of Project Presents Biggest Challenges to Crews TAMIAMI from page 21

Contract Awarded Kiewit Southern Co., Tampa, Fla., was awarded the $81 million contract. The original cost was projected to be $200 million in 2008, but George explains that the economic downturn reduced the cost of material significantly, resulting in substantial savings. In keeping with the requirement to begin construction before the new year, notice to proceed was issued on Nov. 11, 2009, reports Dennis Bahls, Kiewit project manager. Completion of the 1,287-day contract is expected in 2013. To stay on schedule, crews will work multiple shifts five days a week. Bahls anticipates some six-day weeks to make up time as necessary along the way. In addition to building a 1 mi.-long pilebent bridge and the approaches, Kiewit will raise and reinforce an additional 9.7 miles (15.6 km) of roadway along the Trail to allow for higher water levels in the adjacent canal. The milling and resurfacing of the existing roadway is being performed concurrently with the new alignment work. Approximately 19 in. (48.2 cm) of existing grade is being cut out and replaced with new stabilized subgrade. Some of the excavated subsoil is being used to build the embankment. Bahls estimates that 80,000 cu. yds. (61,164 cu m) of fill will be needed just for

bridge approaches. In addition to owner-furnished borrow for the embankment, he anticipates needing more truckloads of fill. The bridge also will require about 9,500 cu. yds. (7,263 cu m) of concrete for the super structure, plus more for the cast-in-place caps and decks. Its 42-in. (106 cm) concrete deck will provide space for two lanes and shoulders. Luckily, the concrete is being supplied by a plant at the east end of the job only seven miles away. The low-level bridge, which will sit 8 in. (20.3 cm) above water at its lowest point, will look like a causeway. Fishing boats will be able to cross under portions of it, but there won’t be sufficient space for airboats or sailboats. When completed, the bridge will feature seven 24 by 24 in. (60 by 60 cm) concrete piles 50 ft. (15.2 m) long, 80 Class 4 beams with 80-ft. (24.3 m) spans between the piers. Manpower, Machinery … and Mosquitoes Roughly 18 to 20 subs will be onsite during the project. Equipment on the job is pretty standard, Bahls said: excavators, 12 to 14 size Cat motorgraders, dozers and vibrating rollers. “The excavators are long stick 400 – 100,000 pound machines, but there’s not a lot of specialized equipment.” In fact, he said, the bridge and roadwork

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Plans for what the proposed causeway, which has been named the Everglades Skyway by the Sierra Club, Audubon Society and World Wildlife Fund, will look like when complete.

on the project aren’t unusual, but “the geology is. It’s our toughest challenge.” Because the bridge is next to the road, crews have been clearing and grubbing (trees). They will push traffic away from the bridge, shifting lanes in order to put up concrete barriers to create a work zone and allow temporary access to the embankment. “It’s a long, narrow job without much right of way. We don’t want to impact the public, but there’s quite a bit of local traffic. We can’t shut it down, but we are allowed to close half of the road and isolate work zones.” Crews will set beams during non-peak traffic times so they can close a lane for extra room. Lane closures will be alternated with flaggers during offpeak times when they begin paving. To ease traffic congestion related to construction, George said message signs will be placed in advance of lane shifts and information about changes affecting traffic will be disseminated via radio and other media. Different public outreach approaches are being employed, explains USACE’s Outreach and Communication Manager Nanciann Regalado, because it’s not a residential area. Due to the fact that the roadway between west Miami and Naples is used predominantly by tourists rather than by commuters, signage is key. But, Regalado notes, so far work has not had a big impact on traffic. “There have been no long delays.” Bahls hopes there won’t be any long delays with construction either. Weather can impact progress in southern Florida. He worries about rain and hurricanes, but said he’s concerned about “lightning even more than rain.” In addition to challenging weather, the surrounding environment poses some challenges of its own. “It’s a very environmentally sensitive area,” Bahls says. “You have

the canal, the Everglades and wetlands. We don’t want to create any issues, so we’re using best practices.” That includes use of a silt curtain designed specifically for marine use to prevent water pollution. Typically, these barriers contain and control the dispersion of turbidity and silt in a body of water relative to marine construction, dredging or environmental remediation. Dust control is another big challenge, he notes. Crews are taking precautions with the equipment to ensure it doesn’t “drip,” Bahls said, monitoring for leaks and protecting against spills. They’re also monitoring wildlife in the area. “There are restrictions regarding the wood stork, indigo snake, snail, manatee… We can’t work in some areas during certain times of the year due to nesting.” Crews also are on the lookout for other types of wildlife, for other reasons. “We have a lot of inside jokes about alligators, mosquitoes, snakes and pythons.” Although the project is still in the early stages, Bahls said things are going well and they expect to finish on time. He doesn’t anticipate any surprises. “We bid in November 2008,” he points out, “so we’ve had a lot of time to think and plan. We haven’t encountered any surprises yet.” Kirk Fordham, CEO of the Everglades Foundation, said in a press release that there are “few projects as important to the recovery of the Everglades and Florida Bay as the bridging of Tamiami Trail.” After years of planning, he is “overjoyed” to see construction begin — a sentiment echoed by Bahls as he looks forward to a three-and-a-half year project in the Florida Everglades. (This story also can be found on Construction Equipment Guide’s Web site at www.constructionequipmentguide.com.) CEG


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Construction Begins on North Carolina’s First Toll Road By Kerry Lynn Kirby CEG CORRESPONDENT

A Cat 320DL and Cat 329DL dig sediment ditches and a Cat 330DL builds a sediment dam in a wetland area during construction of the Western Wake Freeway. A Cat 336DL places a 60-in. (152.4 cm) pipe for a stream crossing in a wetland area during construction of the Western Wake Freeway. Grading and site preparation are taking place for bridge construction with adjacent skimmer basin for sediment control.

North Carolina’s first toll road, the Western Wake Freeway, will leave those traveling the length of the 12.5-mi. (20.1 km) roadway with an average 20 minutes more free time per trip, according to Jason R. Peterson of the North Carolina Turnpike Authority. “If progress continues on schedule, the mass of workers commuting from the Apex and Holly Springs areas to Research Triangle Park will be able to take the Western Wake Freeway as an alternative route beginning in summer 2013,” said Peterson, who also is the Triangle Expressway project manager. “The roadway will help complete the I-540 outer loop around Raleigh and Wake County. The $446 million design-build project got under way in mid-August and is about 15 percent complete, on target for the July 1, 2013, completion date. The job includes blasting, earthmoving, grading, culverts, bridges, bridge removal, concrete and asphalt paving, greenways, underground conduit network, pavement resurfacing, erosion control and water and sewer,” he said. According to Peterson, the commuter rush to Durham in the morning and in the opposite direction in the afternoon paved the way for what became the first road construction project undertaken by the Turnpike Authority, created to look at alternative funding sources for transportation projects in the state. “Under the state’s funding mechanism,” Peterson added, “there wouldn’t be enough money for this stretch for 25 years.” On the Job The job contract was awarded to RaleighDurham Roadbuilders (RDR), a joint venture of Archer Western Contractors and Granite Construction Company, with Archer Western Contractors as the lead entity, said Dave Moyar, RDR’s senior project manager for the Western Wake Freeway. “The project entails construction of 32 bridges at 24 bridge sites, including 10 mainline bridges [five northbound and five south-

bound] over wetlands and four bridges [two northbound and two southbound] over major interchanges at U.S. 64 and U.S. 1,” Moyar said. “Raleigh-Durham Roadbuilders will purchase about 85 pieces of heavy equipment for the job,” he continued. “Roughly 40 percent will be purchased new and about 60 percent will be used equipment brought in from the two joint venture parties’ stables.” Most of the heavy equipment will be Caterpillars, Moyar stated, including 320- to 336-size excavators, D3- to D6-size dozers, and 938 and 950 wheel loaders. There also will be a total of 11 cranes: two 2009 Manitowoc 14000, three 2010 Link-Belt 218HSL, two Link-Belt RTC 8065, one Manitowoc 555, and three Grove RT750E. All the rubber-tire cranes and the Manitowoc 555 were purchased from the two joint venture parties. The new equipment was sourced through Gregory Poole Equipment Company for the Caterpillar equipment; RW Moore Equipment Company for the John Deere equipment; Atlantic & Southern Equipment LLC for the Link-Belt equipment; and Walter Payton Power Equipment LLC for the Manitowoc equipment, Moyar said. “For the moment, service is great,” he said. “There are a lot of local businesses excited to see a large project in the area, and they are all eager for business.” Moyar said more than 300 workers are expected to be on the job at its peak. “Based on our current schedule, we do not anticipate working shifts,” he said. Subcontractors on the project include Eutaw Construction Company, mass excavation and grading; Clear-Con LLC, clearing (more than 500 acres); and Rea Contracting; a division of The Lane Construction Corporation, asphalt. “Because the project is design-build, only a small number of subcontractors are under contract as of now,” he said. “The remaining subcontractors will be added as work progresses.” The job is expected to entail 6 million cu. yds. (4.6 million cu m) of earthwork, 75,000 linear ft. (22,860 m) of reinforced concrete pipe, 900,000 sq. yds. (752,514 sq m) of concrete paving, 450,000 tons (408,233 t) of asphalt (base and ramps), 70,000 cu. yds. (53,518 cu m) of concrete (off-site supplier) and 375,000 cu. yds. (286,708 cu m) of concrete (on-site batch plant). see FREEWAY page 28


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30-Year Municipal Funding Payback Planned for Road FREEWAY from page 25

“We will be using an Erie Strayer concrete batch plant with a GOMACO fleet of pavers,” said Moyar. “On the roster are an RTP-500 placer, 2600 spreader, 2800 and Commander III pavers with dowel bar inserters and a TC-600 tine/cure machine.” Prehistoric Rock “They’re done clearing and have started earthwork on a very small portion of the job site, only about 25 of roughly 500 acres,” Moyar said. “The wet weather that the area has been experiencing is not conducive to working with the Triassic rock on site. A sandstone formation formed during the Triassic period, the material is claylike. When it gets wet, it takes a lot of time to dry. We picked the worse time of the year to try to get started.” “There is a stretch of the Triassic material just west of Raleigh,” added Peterson, noting that the team did a lot of boring upfront and knew what they were dealing with. “The project involves large cuts in the Triassic material, which require blasting to break up the material into smaller pieces for movement and grading. You’ve got to blast it in the ground to break it up, but then you have to be careful what you do with it,” said Peterson, explaining that

while very hard while in the ground, the material breaks up once it is exposed to the elements. “It’s definitely a usable material,” he said. “You just have to get it in place and cap it, keep it as dry as you can.” Making the Grade According to Peterson, the crew expects grading to begin this month. “They have already started working on erosion control measures, which will include installing silting basins, sediment basins, settling ponds and diversion ditches, as well as skimmer basins, which feature a skimmer device that siphons the water off the surface,” Moyar explained. “N.C. takes erosion control seriously,” he said. “A large quantity of work goes into putting erosion control in place.” “The Western Wake Freeway is a greenfield project, with the majority of the work on a new location away from existing roads and traffic, so it shouldn’t be a major disruption in terms of traffic,” Peterson said. “We anticipate minor delays and temporary detours for existing roadways that these projects will cross.” “Still, the project entails multiple challenges, including coordination with municipalities, acquisition of right of way from multiple property owners, relocation of utilities and design issues. At this point, none

have delayed progress or added additional cost. While it isn’t passing through an area of high population density, the project does go through a residential area with a large amount of property owners and will force some residents to relocate,” Peterson said. Relocation Rules Peterson went on to explain that in North Carolina, they follow the Federal Highway Administration’s Uniform Act of 1972, which calls for an appraiser to determine the property’s value before the road is built as well as afterward. The Turnpike Authority is then required to offer the difference between the two values, which becomes the starting point of negotiations. If the two sides can’t come to an agreement, the Turnpike Authority starts the condemnation process, which allows the resident access to the starting figure while the Turnpike Authority moves ahead with the project and the case is reviewed. “As with any project the Turnpike Authority undertakes, the Western Wake Freeway had to be supported by all of the area municipalities as well as shown by a study to be viable as a toll road,” Peterson said. In December 2005, the mayors of five southern and western Wake County towns asked the North

Carolina Turnpike Authority to evaluate the feasibility of constructing the I-540 Western Wake as a toll road, according to a chronology of the project on www.ncdot.org. In February 2006, the Turnpike Authority initiated a traffic and revenue study to evaluate the financial feasibility of tolling I-540 Western and Southern Wake from N.C. 55 at Morrisville to I-40 south of Garner, the NCDOT chronology showed. “The project is fully funded by municipal bonds,” Peterson said, “and once the bonds are paid back — which is estimated to be a little over 30 years — the toll will come off the road. There won’t be any actual toll booths on the road. Instead, it will be 100 percent electronically tolled. Commuters will be able to buy a transponder that will deduct discounted tolls from their accounts as they drive under a tolling device. And those without transponders will have a photo taken of their license plate, which will be tracked through Department of Motor Vehicle records to bill the vehicle’s owner by mail. While the new road’s tolls have not yet been determined, tolls on this type of roadway are running roughly 15 to 20 cents per mile,” he said. Awarding the Contract “Raleigh-Durham Roadbuilders wasn’t chosen on a low-bid basis,”

Peterson said. Because of the design-build nature of the project, the Turnpike Authority short listed three designbuild teams based on their submissions of qualifications and then selected the best “overall value” based on both a price proposal and a technical proposal, including a presentation, Peterson explained. “Being a design-build project allows flexibility. And this selection process encourages interested companies to come up with ideas to do things in a better way, basically rewards them for being innovative,” Peterson said. “For example, a technical proposal that calls for the job to be finished two months earlier than competitors would be valuable for a toll road project, as it would allow tolls to start being collected two months sooner. Likewise, a proposal calling for flip-flopping the order of building interchanges so that dirt from the first one can be used on the second would also add value in the selection process,” continued Peterson. “There is an opportunity to come up with some new ideas; that’s what we’re looking for. However, when it comes down to it, the price score is given more weight than the technical score, he concluded. (This story also can be found on Construction Equipment Guide’s Web site at www.constructionequipmentguide.com.) CEG

Study Finds Little Room for North Carolina to Borrow By Gary D. Robertson ASSOCIATED PRESS WRITER

RALEIGH, N.C. (AP) North Carolina state government has essentially exhausted its ability to borrow money for state buildings and roads if it wants to protect its top credit rating, according to a report released Feb. 2 by State Treasurer Janet Cowell. The annual Debt Affordability Study penned by a panel led by Cowell said state officials can approve no more than $9.1 million in additional debt backed by general tax revenues for each of the next five years to remain within self-imposed guidelines. The number is effectively a rounding error compared with the state’s $6 billion in outstanding debt. Officials base the recommendation in part on the assumption that annual debt service should be targeted no more than 4 percent of state revenues used for operating expenses. The debt service is currently at 3.7 percent, or more than $600 million annually, but will

near 4 percent by 2012 before debt capacity improves, according to study data. The panel estimated the annual five-year amount cap in last year’s report at $50 million and a whopping $479.4 million in 2008. Since then, tax collections have declined due to the economic downturn and the amount of overall debt has risen. The limit doesn’t prevent $1.9 billion in borrowing already approved by state officials for projects but for which the debt has yet to be issued. North Carolina is one of only seven states with the top credit ratings from each of the three major bonding agencies. The high marks allow the state to borrow money at the lowest rates possible. Lawmakers will review the recommendations in deciding whether to authorize new borrowing when the General Assembly reconvenes in May. The Legislature has generally followed the recommendations. “North Carolina’s debt is considered manageable at current levels,” Cowell’s office

said. In a rare dissent, two of the seven board members — both appointees of Gov. Beverly Perdue — voted against another recommendation by the study panel that hints to the legal tussle between Cowell’s office and Perdue over a new financing method to build the final section of Charlotte’s Outer Loop. Perdue unveiled in November a proposal by which a winning road-building contractor would put up as much as $25 million toward the construction of the last five miles of I485 and an interchange with I-85. The state Department of Transportation would pay the road-builder on the installment plan over 10 years. Although Attorney General Roy Cooper’s office has signed off on the legality of the “design-build-finance” concept, Cowell contended the payment plan is unlawful because DOT doesn’t have the power to finance such an agreement on its own. The study recommended that the General

Assembly “clarify its legislative intent regarding any agency’s ability to enter into alternative financing arrangements that may include debt and debt-like obligations.” State Budget Director Charlie Perusse and Revenue Secretary Ken Lay voted not to include the recommendation. Cowell was out of the country Feb. 2 and unavailable for comment, but spokeswoman Heather Franco wrote in an e-mail the recommendation “is not unique to an agency or project.” The report also affirmed there’s no extra capacity to issue state bonds for transportation projects paid for by taxes on gasoline, car sales and other fees and is on track to exceed next year a 6 percent debt-to-revenue recommendation. This limitation is what motivated Perdue and DOT in part to develop the alternative financing. Additional debt capacity won’t be freed up until 2013, the report said.


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The Cook County I-75 widening project tions. If you take just our mainline runs, is a $126 million project between Adel and we’re under one inch per mile.” Lenox, Ga. It’s part of the state’s Fast Scruggs used the Leica stringless guidForward Program, a $15.5 billion initiative ance system on its PS-2600 placer/spreadto expedite transportation projects. Part of er and four-track GHP-2800 while paving that initiative includes widening I-75 from the last 27 lane mi. (43.5 km). It has used four to six lanes throughout parts of the stringless system on grading and site Georgia. prep equipment, but this was the compaThe Scruggs Company of Valdosta, Ga., ny’s first time using it to pave. has its GOMACO paving train at work on “Alignment of the PS-2600 is critical the project, and it for us,” Romaine has been achievsaid. “This is a ing good ridabilicontinually-reinty, which means forced concrete absolutely no [CRC] project and grinding on 99 we have only two lane mi. (159 inches of clearkm). And the ance from the project isn’t even outer edge of the complete yet. transverse bar The company assemblies to the still has 27 more inside of the sidelane mi. (43.5 The new Portland cement concrete pave- forms. It is critical km) to pave and ment is being slipformed by a GOMACO to maintain alignit plans on having GHP-2800 four-track slipform paver. ment horizontally zero grinding on that section as well. and it worked well.” “We’re dealing with a seven inches per The concrete is a Georgia Class 1 mix mile maximum on the one-tenth blanking with a size 57 stone and natural sand. band,” John Romaine, Concrete Division Slump averages between 1.25 to 1.75 in. manager of Scruggs, said. “Our average (3.2 to 4.4 cm). It is mixed at an onsite results are in the 1.5 inch range and that batch plant and delivered by dump trucks includes all the concrete paving on the carrying 9 cu. yds. (6.9 cu m) loads. project, even the short run, leave-out secsee SCRUGGS page 40

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Roadtec announced the changeover from axles and gears to hydraulic motors that control each wheel of the Roadtec Shuttle Buggy Material Transfer Vehicle (MTV), making the machine easier to shift and operate. The hydraulic system and motors are easier to work on than the traditional axle arrangement and there will be less wear associated with The Shuttle Buggy MTV is now controlled by hydraulic the hydraulics, making the motors rather than axles and gears. system more durable. The reliability and life span of the Shuttle Buggy ferential of 7C or less assures the possibility MTV’s transmission also will benefit from of even compaction to specified density. the new hydraulic system, according to the Numerous infrared tests made in real-life working conditions have proven the Shuttle manufacturer. The Shuttle Buggy MTV remixes segre- Buggy MTV able to consistently deliver mix gated asphalt mix and loads it into the paver. with a temperature differential of 7C or less. Remixing in the Shuttle Buggy MTV from According to the WAASHTO study, roads Roadtec helps eliminate temperature and built with these extremely low temperature material segregation in the mix just before it differentials require far less maintenance, is loaded into the paver. According to and can last twice as long as roads built with WAASHTO study T9903, a temperature dif- temperature-segregated mix.


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SAKAI Unveils Sleek New 700 Series Double Drum Rollers SAKAI America’s new 700 Series vibratory asphalt rollers have a redesigned sleek look and increase paving productivity by achieving density with high amplitudes while leaving smooth finishes on all HMA surfaces. The 700 Series comes in two models, the SW770 and SW770HF. The SW770 offers one frequency, 3,000 vpm and two amplitude settings, low to high .012 to .025 in. (.03 to .06 cm), while the SW770HF offers three frequency settings up to 4000 vpm, and two amplitude settings, which are the same as the SW770. Both models offer a drum width of 67 in. (170 cm) and are ideally suited for a wide variety of HMA projects, including municipal streets, state highways, airport runways and large parking lots. The 700 Series is powered by a turbocharged, fuel-efficient Isuzu 4JJ1XDIA, water-cooled, Tier III diesel engine that delivers 123 hp (91.7 kW). Sakai’s fuel saver mode allows the operator to manually or automatically set the engine RPM depending on the application, while maintaining all of the vibration characteristics necessary for compaction and smoothness on the project. This mode is proving to have significant fuel savings, according to the manufacturer.

Sakai also has designed the 700 Series with a forward engine design and remote drains, making for easy engine serviceability. Mechanics can make quick oil and other fluid changes from the ground, which reduces roller downtime. The operator’s station, specifically the isolation deck of the 700 Series, is similar to Sakai’s other roller models but has been enhanced to minimize vibration

SAKAI America’s new 700 Series vibratory asphalt rollers come in two models, the SW770 and SW770HF.

edges from the operator’s seat. An optional side drum light offers added visibility during night paving. ROPS and seat belts are standard equipment on every Sakai roller sold in North America. Sakai’s ExactCompact and Intelligent Compaction, Compaction Information System (CIS) systems also are available as add-on features. Another feature on the 700 Series is Sakai’s spray system that eliminates downtime during the crucial The 700 Series provides 360 degree visibility plus an compacting stage. The spray enhanced view of the drum edges from the operator’s system consists of one spray seat. An optional side drum light offers added visibili- bar on each drum, rustproof ty during night paving. tanks, stainless pipes, and brass nozzles that can simply to the operator, which minimizes fatigue. The 700 Series also consists of a 3-position, be replaced by hand. The triple filtration sys180 degree rotating operator console with tem prevents clogging from debris and a instrument panel and seat. This design pressurized emergency back-up pump sysensures that all controls are easy to reach and tem provides water in the event of a pump gauges are easy to view no matter what posi- failure, according to the manufacturer. For more information, call 800/323-0535 tion the console is in. The 700 Series also provides 360 degree or visit www.sakaiamerica.com. visibility plus an enhanced view of the drum

Stringless System Stands Up to Stringent Series of Tests SCRUGGS from page 35

The new Portland cement concrete pavement is being slipformed by a GOMACO GHP-2800 fourtrack slipform paver. Each paving pass is 25 ft. (7.6 m) wide, 12 in. (30 cm) thick. A side-mounted bar inserter shoots No. 5 bars, 24 in. (61 cm) long, into the side of the slab at 18 in. (45.7 cm) intervals. “We like our GHP-2800 fourtrack,” Romaine said. “It gives us flexibility to tackle different types of projects, gives us a good ride, and allows us to pave more accurately.” A four-track Commander III is slipforming a 12 ft. (3.7 m) wide add-on lane on the project. It also is equipped to pave stringless. When Scruggs first started using the stringless system, it went through a series of onsite tests with personnel from GOMACO and Leica. Stringline also was set so a GOMACO Smoothness Indicator (GSI) could run behind the paver and provide real-time ride information during the testing. “It was important to me to have a GSI as part of the paving train

during testing,” Romaine said. “It obviously provided some excellent feedback, instantly, so we could make any necessary adjustments. “We were able to run the 3D model of the project through the GSI software so we could predetermine the best possible ride we could achieve. We discovered, because of the profile grades of the roadway and other factors, the best we could achieve on the IRI would Interstate 75 in Cook County is being widened from four to six lanes in parts of Georgia.

The concrete is a Georgia Class 1 mix with a size 57 stone and natural sand.

be around a 40. It’s interesting to be able to determine the best ride number you can possibly achieve, no matter what smoothness index you’re using.” The optional GSITools software gives contractors the ability to build a profile of the project to view various indexes and also estimated concrete yield before paving begins. A GOMACO T/C-600 texture/cure machine follows behind the paver applying a 0.375 in. (.9

cm) center-to-center horizontal tine and a white spray cure. Sonic sensors, steering off the side of the slab, guide the texture/cure machine. “I think the future for the stringless system is bright and we’re looking forward to learning more about the system’s true capabilities,” Romaine said. “We’ve gone Leica from bottom to top. We’re building subgrade, base, and now concrete.” Scruggs’ work on the I-75 project is scheduled for completion by mid-summer 2010. It will spend this summer paving the northbound side of the project, an additional 27 lane mi. (43.5 km), with its GOMACO paving train. “GOMACO is the best in the business, as far as I’m concerned,” Romaine said. “We get great service out of all the individuals at GOMACO, from their parts people to their engineers to their salesmen. We also get great performance from their equipment. The ease of setup and change-over for different paving widths saves us a lot of time and money.”


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Total Visibility Compaction is high-precision work, and the experienced operator knows exactly what a perfect job looks like. That is why visibility is one of Dynapac’s primary design characteristics. Dynapac’s unique design gives a perfect view of drum edges, surfaces and sprinkler nozzles. Even the largest model lets the operator see an object of 3 feet in height, at a distance of only 3 feet – an important safety feature. These are only a few of the ways Dynapac helps you keep an eye on quality. Want to know more? Have a closer look at dynapac.com.

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SAKAI’s Compact Roller Line Increases Productivity SAKAI America’s 300 Series rollers consist of three small double drum steel and two combination steel/pneumatic tire roller models, all of which boast a high frequency of 4,000 vpm. This translates into higher operating speeds, while still maintaining the industry standard of 10 to 12 impacts per ft. The higher operating speeds and high frequency of the 300 Series allow contractors to get more compaction work completed before the asphalt cools and to achieve excellent compaction quickly. This process increases productivity and along with machined drums and beveled drum edges, leaves a smooth, well compacted result, according to the manufacturer. The SW300-1, SW320-1 and SW330-1 double drum rollers have drum widths of 39, 47 and 51 in. (99, 119 and 129 cm) respectively and are ideally suited for smaller scale jobs like municipal roads, driveways, parking lots, sports courts and bicycle paths. SAKAI’s TW320-1 and

TW330-1 rollers combine both the roller by keeping vibration SAKAI’s bench seat system vibratory drum and pneumatic moving toward the material and offers operator comfort as well as tires. These models feature 47 and away from critical components and 360 degree visibility and enhanced 51 in. vibratory drums respectively the operator, reducing fatigue. In view of both drum edges. The on the front end for fast operator’s station is compaction; and the accessible from both kneading action of pneusides of the machine and matic tires on the rear for controls are conveniently surface finishing. located and within reach All five models feature of the operator for ease of a hydrostatic drive on use. both ends of the machine. SAKAI provides seatThese dual drive systems belts and ROPS as stanensure that materials will dard features on all always be pulled beneath rollers in North America. the drums or tires to The ROPS also are foldensure compaction, while able for ease of transport avoiding shoving and and storage of the rollers. checking of the mix. Also In addition to these safety standard on all five modfeatures, SAKAI also els, is a powerful, yet SAKAI America’s 300 Series rollers consist of provides multiple brakfuel-efficient 35 hp (26 three small double drum steel and two combina- ing systems that ensure kw), Kubota D1703-M- tion steel/pneumatic tire roller models, all of operator safety. A hydroET01 water-cooled diesel which boast a high frequency of 4,000 vpm. static service brake is engine that fully complies located on the forwardwith the current U.S. emission addition to the shock isolation sys- reverse lever, a wet disc, springstandards. tem, the vibrator bearing is applied, hydraulically-released The 300 Series rollers custom designed with an oil bath lubrica- parking brake is located on the designed shock isolators reduce tion system that minimizes mainte- instrument panel and there’s an service and maintenance time on nance. emergency footbrake, which acti-

vates both brakes simultaneously. Serviceability is quick and easy on the 300 Series rollers. A fully opening engine hood allows for easy access to the engine, radiator and hydraulic components. The hydraulic system has been designed with conveniently located pressure gauge ports for easy access. SAKAI’s water spray system features brass spray nozzles that can be easily changed by hand, a triple filtration system to prevent debris from clogging the system, emergency back-up pumps and a drainage system for clean-out and winterization. SAKAI also offers a release agent to keep asphalt from sticking to the pneumatic tires of the TW320-1 and TW330-1 models during warm-up. This release agent is stored in a separate tank and uses an independent spray bar and pump to keep it from mixing with the main water tank and spray system. For more information, call 800/323-0535 or visit www.sakaiamerica.com.


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Caterpillar 977 Traxcavator, 1:50 Scale ........................................................$25

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

All New in Box Allis-Chalmers HD-3 Dozer w/Backhoe, 1:16 Scale ............................................................$60 Allis-Chalmers HD41 Crawler Dozer, 1:25 Scale ..............................................................$190 Allis-Chalmers HD21 Dozer/Ripper, 1:50 Scale ..................................................................$80 Bantam C-35 Crawler Backhoe, 1:50 Scale ........................................................................$70 Bantam C-35 Crawler Shovel, 1:50 scale ............................................................................$65 Bantam C-35 Dragline, 1:50 Scale ......................................................................................$65 Bell B40D Articulated Truck, 1:50 Scale..............................................................................$50 Bobcat A300 Wheel Loader, 1:25 Scale ..............................................................................$55 Bobcat S175 Skid Steer Loader, 1:50 Scale ........................................................................$18 Bobcat M610 Golden 50th Anniversary Skid Steer Loaer ..................................................$50 Bobcat Tractor/Trailer Set, 1:50 Scale ................................................................................$80 Caterpillar No. 12 Motor Grader, 1:87 Scale ......................................................................$25 Caterpillar 140H Motor Grader w/ripper & scarifier, 1:50 Scale ........................................$40 Caterpillar CS-563 Soil Compactor, 1:87 Scale ..................................................................$25 Caterpillar 825 Soil Compactor, 1:50 Scale ........................................................................$35 Caterpillar 420E Backhoe/Loader, 1:50 Scale ....................................................................$45 Caterpillar D6K XL Track Type Tractor, 1:50 Scale..............................................................$45 Caterpillar D10T Track Type Tractor, 1:50 Scale ................................................................$75 Caterpillar D11R Track Type Tractor, 1:50 Scale ................................................................$45 Caterpillar D11T Track Type Tractor, 1:50 Scale ................................................................$70 Caterpillar 950H Wheel Loader, 1:50 Scale ........................................................................$45 Caterpillar 980G Wheel Loader, 1:50 Scale ........................................................................$35 Caterpillar 992 Wheel Loader, 1:50 Scale ..........................................................................$50 Caterpillar 994F Wheel Loader, 1:50 Scale ........................................................................$95 Caterpillar 226B2 Skid Steer Loader w/tools, 1:32 Scale ..................................................$30 Caterpillar CB-534D XW Asphalt Compactor, 1:50 Scale....................................................$40 Caterpillar D5G XL Track Type Tractor, 1:50 Scale ............................................................$55 Caterpillar D8R Track Type Tractor, 1:50 Scale ..................................................................$40 Caterpillar Vintage Twenty Tractor w/metal tracks, 1:16 Scale..........................................$70 Caterpillar 302.5 Mini-Excavator, 1:32 Scale......................................................................$30 Caterpillar 320C Excavator, 1:50 Scale ..............................................................................$35 Caterpillar 330D L Excavator, 1:50 Scale............................................................................$70 Caterpillar 511 OB Excavator, 1:50 Scale............................................................................$65 Caterpillar 247B2 Multi-Terrain Loader, 1:32 Scale ..........................................................$30 Caterpillar 432E Side Shift Backhoe Loader, 1:50 Scale ....................................................$40 Caterpillar 365C L Front Shovel, 1:50 w/metal tracks............................................................$70 Caterpillar 963D Track Loader, 1:50 Scale ..............................................................................$45 Caterpillar 977 Traxcavator, 1:50 Scale ..............................................................................$25 Caterpillar 611 Motor Scraper in display case, 1:64 Scale ................................................$25 Caterpillar 623G Elevating Motor Scraper, 1:50 Scale ......................................................$45 Caterpillar 725D Articulated Truck, 1:50 Scale ..................................................................$30

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Caterpillar 775E Off-Highway Truck in display case, 1:64 Scale........................................$25 Caterpillar 777D Off-Highway Truck, 1:50 Scale ................................................................$40 Hitachi LX70 Wheel Loader, 1:40 Scale ..............................................................................$65 International TD-24 Military Dozer, 1:50 Scale ..................................................................$50 JCB 3CX Backhoe Loader, 1:50 Scale..................................................................................$50 JCB 456 ZX Wheel Loader, 1:50 Scale ................................................................................$65 JCB Vibromax VM 115 Soil Compactor, 1:50 Scale ............................................................$45 John Deere MC Crawler Dozer, 1:16 scale ..........................................................................$75 John Deere 320 Skid Steer Loader, 1:16 Scale ..................................................................$45 John Deere 850J Dozer, 1:50 Scale ....................................................................................$40 Komatsu 960E Mining Truck, 1:50 Scale ..........................................................................$275 Komatsu PC300LC-8 Excavator, 1:50 Scale ........................................................................$70 Komatsu WA500-6 Wheel Loader, 1:50 Scale ....................................................................$60 Komatsu D51 EX Dozer, 1:50 Scale ....................................................................................$60 Komatsu D51 PX Dozer, 1:50 Scale ....................................................................................$55 Komatsu D375 Dozer, 1:50 Scale ........................................................................................$75 Komatsu GD655 Motor Grader, 1:50 Scale..........................................................................$60 Komatsu WB146 Backhoe Loader w/tools, 1:50 Scale ......................................................$45 LeTourneau Super C Scraper w/Cab, 1:50 Scale ................................................................$80 Link-Belt 210 X2 Excavator, 1:40 Scale ..............................................................................$65 Northwest 25-D Shovel, 1:50 Scale ..................................................................................$100 Northwest Model 25-D Backhoe, 1:50 scale ....................................................................$100 Oliver OC-12 Crawler Dozer, 1:16 scale ..............................................................................$50 Oshkosh Front Discharge Mixer Truck, 1:34 scale ..............................................................$70 Peterbilt Tractor/Trailer w/Caterpillar D8R, 1:50 Scale ....................................................$100 Volvo G970 Motor Grader, 1:50 Scale ................................................................................$65 Volvo SD-122 Soil Compactor, 1:72 Scale ..........................................................................$45 Volvo A25C Articulated Truck, 1:50 Scale ..........................................................................$30 Volvo A25D Articulated Truck, 1:50 Scale ..........................................................................$45 Volvo A40D Articulated Hauler, 1:50 Scale ........................................................................$50 Volvo BL71 Backhoe Loader, 1:50 Scale ............................................................................$45 Volvo EC 210 Excavator, 1:50 Scale ....................................................................................$45 Volvo EC210C Excavator, 1:50 Scale ..................................................................................$60 Volvo EC240B Excavator, 1:50 Scale ..................................................................................$45 Volvo EC280 Excavator, 1:50 Scale......................................................................................$25 Volvo EC700 Excavator, 1:50 Scale......................................................................................$80 Volvo FH12 Tractor/Trailer w/Volvo L150C, 1:50 Scale ......................................................$60 Volvo L90E Wheel Loader, 1:50 Scale ................................................................................$65 Volvo L60E Wheel Loader w/Attachments, 1:50 Scale ......................................................$65 Volvo L35B Wheel Loader, 1:50 Scale ................................................................................$45 Volvo L350F Wheel Loader, 1:50 Scale ..............................................................................$80

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USED SPECIALS TOUGH THEN.

2005 Moxy MT41 Offroad Truck, 1899 Hrs, #810064..................................................$$159,000

NEW 2006 Liebherr LR622B Crawler Loader, 10 Hrs, #3928546 ..........................................$$91,000

TOUGHER NOW. 2008 Manitex 40124S Boom Truck, 711 Hrs, #148375..................................................$$244,000

2006 Link-Belt 460LX, 1750 Hrs, #K7J60898 ...... ................................................................$$173,000

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Pioneer Engineering Works built their first rock crusher, the Pioneer No.12 Jaw Crusher, in 1928. And although the company name has changed over the years, the dedication to designing and building the world’s toughest, most reliable aggregate processing and recycling equipment has never waivered. That tradition continues today through our branding with other Astec companies; Johnson Crushers and Astec Mobile Screens. With our full line of washing and classifying, rock crushing, horizontal screening, high frequency screening, material handling and aggregate-related products.

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Valdosta, GA 229-247-4495 800-283-2576

Atlanta, GA 770-822-9050 866-358-3299

Tifton, GA 229-382-4400 800-255-4401

Douglas, GA 912-384-4400 800-559-4019


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USED SPECIALS TOUGH THEN.

2005 Moxy MT41 Offroad Truck, 1899 Hrs, #810064..................................................$$159,000

NEW 2006 Liebherr LR622B Crawler Loader, 10 Hrs, #3928546 ..........................................$$91,000

TOUGHER NOW. 2008 Manitex 40124S Boom Truck, 711 Hrs, #148375..................................................$$244,000

2006 Link-Belt 460LX, 1750 Hrs, #K7J60898 ...... ................................................................$$173,000

Call Tim Tomberlin 229-386-9472 or Cell: 229-300-9266

We Provide One Stop Complete Parts and Service Solutions. Quality Products...Quality People

Pioneer Engineering Works built their first rock crusher, the Pioneer No.12 Jaw Crusher, in 1928. And although the company name has changed over the years, the dedication to designing and building the world’s toughest, most reliable aggregate processing and recycling equipment has never waivered. That tradition continues today through our branding with other Astec companies; Johnson Crushers and Astec Mobile Screens. With our full line of washing and classifying, rock crushing, horizontal screening, high frequency screening, material handling and aggregate-related products.

We were tough then… and we’re even tougher now.

www.kpijci.com

www.staffordequipment.com

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Roanoke, VA 540-992-4650 800-992-4650

Ashland, VA 804-798-4500 888-285-6200

Raleigh, NC 919-657-0070 800-687-1672

Charlotte, NC 704-333-0786 800-687-1672

West Columbia, SC 803-796-4060 800-687-1672

Valdosta, GA 229-247-4495 800-283-2576

Atlanta, GA 770-822-9050 866-358-3299

Tifton, GA 229-382-4400 800-255-4401

Douglas, GA 912-384-4400 800-559-4019


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Fundamental Fixes Equal Less Spending, Longer Tool Life Today’s economic realities now demand using every trick of the trade in order to make equipment last longer while squeezing every excess expense – including constantly purchasing new tools – out of the balance sheet. Jerry R. Fifer, technical support manager southeast of Tramac said maintenance gaffes that cost companies both in tool wear and big money for replacements come down to four basics: • All grease is the same, right? The Fault: Breaker tools or points become extremely hot (as high as 400 F or more) when in use. At those temperatures, standard lube grease will liquefy and run off the tool or actually burn up entirely, leaving a shorter lifespan for tools’bushings and broken tools. The Fix: Good grease. Breaker grease should be, at minimum, No. 2 lithium-based grease containing 3 percent molybdenum. It should be rated to work at temperatures of at least 500 F or more). Why is the molybdenum a “must have”? It helps the grease stick to the tool and not run off.

• Where do I grease it? The Fault: Failing to put enough grease on and applying it in the wrong way can be just as bad as using low-quality product. The Fix: Start with a quick examination. When the breaker is raised vertically off the ground, the tool will drop down and expose the portion that is in contact with the lower tool bushing. The condition of this exposed portion is indicative of the condition of the upper, unexposed sections. The exposed portion should be thoroughly covered with grease. But how to apply it? Use an automatic greaser (if available) and set it to apply grease only when the breaker is operating. If the automatic greaser runs while the breaker tool has dropped down (see above) grease will be deposited on the top of the tool. Then the next time the breaker is used the grease (now trapped between the top of the breaker tool and the bottom of the strike piston) will be forced through the lower piston seals and damage them. If applying lubricant manually, the tool must be pushed upward into the breaker before greasing. This is easy to do by

lowering the breaker vertically and pressing the tool against the ground. The bottom line: using the proper amount of high-quality grease and putting it on in the right way greatly reduces the friction wear on the tool and tool bushings. • When is it time to inspect? The Fault: Tool tops not checked regularly lead to more damage overall. The Fix: The top of the tool takes a tremendous beating from the strike piston. Eventually, the tool top’s surface will mushroom just like the top of a mechanic’s cold chisel or punch. It is important that the mushrooming areas be filed off before they become so large that they break off. Broken pieces of the tool can get trapped between the tool and the strike piston, resulting in piston damage. Also be sure to check for damage on the areas of the tool that strike the tool retainers. Any mushrooming or other faults must be filed off at regularly. An important reminder: different types of breaker applications will result in more or less tool damage. Inspect and service the tool once a week until experience teaches you

how long your service intervals can be. • When do I replace the bushings? The Fault: Wear limits on bushings are routinely misjudged, resulting in piston damage and shortened lifespan on other parts. The Fix: All breaker tool bushings have a specified inner diameter wear limit. When this limit is reached, most bushings appear to have plenty of material left to wear off and are usually not replaced as recommended. But the key is to remember that the wear limit is not based on how much material is left but on the possible angle of engagement between the tool and strike piston. The lower bushing will be the first to wear out. If it is allowed to wear past the limit, the tool can be at such an angle to the piston that the piston only hits the tool on the edge of the strike surface. Continuing to operate the breaker in this way will damage the strike piston. In addition, wear on the upper bushing is accelerated when the lower bushing is worn out. The lifespan of the upper bushing can be extended by replacing the lower bushing when the wear limit is reached.


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Pajamas optional. Operators spend more time in their cabs than they do in bed. That’s why the new Dash-3 cab is the most comfortable, operator-friendly work environment on an excavator today. Shock isolation. More interior space. Added legroom. A multilingual, widescreen, color LCD monitor. An adjustable suspension seat with wider seatback. Plus 47-percent more glass on the right-hand side for improved visibility. See how much gets done when operators are really comfortable. Not to mention content. Let them work in a new Zaxis Dash-3 Excavator. www.hitachiconstruction.com

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Model

Engine Type — hp (kW)

Operating Weight lbs. (kg)

Digging Depth ft. (m)

Digging Reach ft. (m)

HITACHI Zaxis 17U-2 Zaxis 27U-3 Zaxis 35U-3 Zaxis 50U-3 Zaxis 60USB-3

Yanmar 14.8 (11) Yanmar 26.4 (19.7) Yanmar 28.6 (21.3) Yanmar 38.1 (28.4) Yanmar 54 (40.5)

4,173 (1,893) 6,358 (2,887) 7,760 (3,520) 10,811 (4,904) 13,653 (6,193)

7 (2.17) 8.5 (2.59) 10 (3.05) 11.7 (3.55) 12.3 (3.77)

12.8 (3.9) 15.3 (4.67) 17 (5.21) 19.5 (5.94) 20.4 (6.23)

7 (2.17) 8 .5 (2.59) 10 (3.05) 11.7 (3.55) 12.3 (3.77)

12.8 (3.9) 15.3 (4.67) 17 (5.21) 19.5 (5.94) 20.4 (6.23)

7.6 (2.3) 7.6 (2.3) 9.6 (2.9) 10.5 (3.2) 11.3 (3.4) 12 (3.66) 12.8 (3.9) 13.3 (4.1) 13.4 (4.1) 13.7 (4.2) 18.3 (5.6) 19.8 (6.04) 19.5 (5.9) 21.5 (6.6) 22.7 (6.9) 24.8 (7.6) 20.3 (6.2) 21.8 (6.6) 24 (7.3) 25.7 (7.8) 23.9 (7.3) 27.8 (8.5) 26.8 (8.2) 31 (9.4) 34.4 (10.5) 18.3 (5.6) 19.3 (5.9) 19.3 (5.9) 20.7 (6.3) 21.3 (6.5)

12.5 (3.8) 12.5 (3.8) 15.8 (4.8) 17.6 (5.4) 18 (5.5) 19.2 (5.9) 19.8 (6.0) 20.2 (6.2) 20.3 (6.2) 22.6 (6.9) 26.6 (8.1) 28.3 (8.6) 28.3 (8.6) 30 (9.1) 32.2 (9.8) 34.9 (10.6) 30.2 (9.2) 31.8 (9.7) 34.6 (10.6) 36.6 (11.2) 35 (10.7) 39.4 (12.0) 39.7 (12.1) 46.2 (14.1) 50.9 (15.5) 28.8 (8.8) 30 (9.1) 30 (9.1) 31.5 (9.6) 33.8 (10.3)

JOHN DEERE 17D 27D 35D 50D 60D

Yanmar 14.8 (11) Yanmar 26.4 (19.7) Yanmar 28.6 (21.3) Yanmar 38.1 (28.4) Yanmar 54 (40.5)

4,173 (1,893) 6,358 (2,887) 7,760 (3,520) 10,811 (4,904) 13,653 (6,193)

CATERPILLAR 301.6C 301.8C 302.5C 303C CR 303.5C CR 304C CR 305C CR 307D 308D CR 308D CR SB 311D LRR 312C L 314C LCR 315C L 319D L 320D L 320D LRR 321D LCR 324D L 329D L 328D LCR 336D L 345D L 365C L 385C L M313D M315D M316D M318D M322D

Mitsubishi L3E 18.1 (13.5) Mitsubishi L3E 18.1(13.5) Mitsubishi S3L2 24.9 (18.6) Mitsubishi S3Q2 30 (22.4) Mitsubishi S3Q2-T 39 (29.1) Mitsubishi S4Q2 42 (31.3) Mitsubishi S4Q2-T 47 (35) Mitsubishi 4M40 TL 55.6 (41.5) Mitsubishi 4M40 TL 55.6 (41.5) Mitsubishi 4M40 TL 55.6 (41.5) Cat C4.2 ACERT 80 (60) Cat C4.2 ACERT 90 (67) Cat C4.2 ACERT 90 (67) Cat C4.2 ACERT 115 (86) Cat C4.2 ACERT 125 (93) Cat C6.4 ACERT 148 (110) Cat C6.4 ACERT 148 (110) Cat C6.4 ACERT 148 (110) Cat C7 ACERT 188 (140) Cat C7 ACERT 204 (152) Cat C7 ACERT 204 (152) Cat C9 ACERT 268 (200) Cat C13 ACERT 380 (283) Cat C15 ACERT 404 (301) Cat C18 ACERT 523 (390) Cat C4.4 ACERT 127 (95) Cat C4.4 ACERT 135 (101) Cat C6.6 ACERT 158 (118) Cat C6.6 ACERT 166 (118) Cat C6.6 ACERT 165 (123)

3,549 (1,610) 3,704 (1,680) 6,052 (2,745) 7,573 (3,435) 8,356 (3,790) 10,582 (4,800) 11,464 (5,200) 15,600 (7,076) 17,300 (7,847) 18,500 (8,392) 27,500 (12,474) 28,500 (12,927) 30,900 (14,016) 38,100 (17,282) 43,900 (19,913) 47,400 (21,500) 52,200 (23,678) 53,300 (24,177) 54,700 (24,812) 64,500 (29,257) 76,500 (34,700) 79,700 (36,151) 101,870 (46,208) 151,850 (68,878) 190,840 (86,564) 30,000 (13,608) 34,700 (15,740) 37,900 (17,191) 40,100 (18,189) 45,200 (20,502)

see EXCAVATORS page 60


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ARKANSAS

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Scott Equipment Company Calculate this. Our new B Series excavators are so efficient, they use 20-50% less fuel than competitive models. That’s a difference of about a gallon of diesel an hour. Multiply the size of your fleet by 10 hours a day and you’re now saving thousands of dollars a year! Even your CPA can figure that out. Get to your Case dealer, climb in the cab and start putting your money back into your pocket.

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www.casece.com • 866-54CASE6 * For commercial use only. Customer participation subject to credit qualification and approval by CNH Capital America LLC. See your Case dealer for details and eligibility requirements. CNH Capital America LLC standard terms and conditions will apply. Down payment may be required. Not all customers or applicants may qualify. Offer good through March 31, 2010 at participating Case dealers in the United States. Taxes, freight, set-up, delivery, additional options or attachments not included in suggested retail price. Offer subject to change or cancellation without notice. © 2010 CNH America LLC. All rights reserved. Case is a registered trademark of CNH America LLC.

TENNESSEE

Contractors Machinery Inc. Johnson City Louisville

(423) 975-9111 (865) 982-6452

Diamond Equipment La Vergne

(615) 641-1100

VIRGINIA

Lawrence Equipment Cloverdale Richmond Waynesboro

(540) 966-0151 (804) 627-0008 (540) 942-2610

Vernon E. Stup Company Clear Brook

(540) 662-8266


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EXCAVATORS from page 58

Model

Engine Type — hp (kW)

Operating Weight lbs. (kg)

Digging Depth ft. (m)

Digging Reach ft. (m)

TEREX Terex TC16 Terex TC20 Terex TC29 Terex TC35/TC35E Terex TC37 Terex TC48 Terex TC50 Terex TC60 Terex TC75 Terex TC125

18 (13.3) 18 (13.3) 24 (17.5) 30 (22) 30 (22) 39 (29) 36 (26.5) 43 (32.2) 76 (56) 100 (75)

3, 638 (1,650) 4,300 (1,950) 6,285 (2,850) 7,720 (3,800) 8,047 (3,650) 10,320 (4,650) 11,067 (5,020) 12,458 (5,650) 16,538 (7,500) 27,558 (12,500)

7.8 (2.4) 8.2 (2.5) 9.6 (2.96) 11.8 (3.6) 11 (3.38) 12.8 (3.9) 12 (3.7) 12.3 (3.8) 14.6 (4.44) 15.3 (4.67)

13.4 (4.1) 14.3 (4.4) 16.3 (4.99) 18.8 (5.7) 18.5 (5.68) 20.3 (6.2) 20.3 (6.2) 20 (6.4) 24.4 (7.4) 27. 2 (8.28)

17.3 (5.27) 21.8 (6.64) 20 (6.09) 21.8 (6.64) 11.2 (3.41) 22.3 (6.79) 45.5 (13.86) 24.2 (7.37) 12.3 (3.74) 24.8 (7.55) 25.3 (7.71) 25.3 (7.71) 25.6 (7.80) 25.6 (7.80) 22.3 (6.79) 11.5 (3.50) 15 (4.57) 19.6 (5.97) 19.8 (6.03) 8.2 (2.49) 9.3 (2.83) 9.9 (3.01) 12.4 (3.77) 12.3 (3.74) 13.6 (4.14)

25.3 (7.71) 30.7 (9.35) 29.5 (8.99) 31.9 (9.72) 36.3 (11.06) 32.8 (9.99) 57 (17.37) 35.3 (10.75) 38.3 (11.67) 36 (10.97) 37 (11.27) 37 (11.27) 38.9 (11.85) 38.9 (11.85) 34.3 (10.45) 20 (6.09) 24.7 (7.52) 30.2 (9.20) 31.9 (9.72) 14.8 (4.51) 16 (4.87) 16.7 (5.09) 20.3 (6.18) 20 (6.09) 21.8 (6.64)

10.2 (3.1) 12.8 (3.875) 13.6 (4.15) 21.7 (6.615) 22.7 (6.9) 24 (7.34)

17.6 (5.35) 20.5 (6.25) 20.9 (6.375) 32.3 (9.85) 33.7 (10.25) 36.4 (11.1)

DOOSAN DX140LC DX140LCR DX180LC DX225LC DX225LL DX225LC DX300LC SLR DX300LC DX300LL DX350LC DX420LC DX420LC RCW DX480LC DX480LC RCW DX520LC DX55W DX140W DX190W DX210W DX27Z DX30Z DX35Z DX55W DX60R DX80R

T3 T3 T3 T3 T3 T3 T3 T3 T3 T3 T3 T3 T3 T3 T3 T3 T3 T3 T3 T3 T3 T3 T3 T3

30,865 (14,000) 31,923 (14,480) 38,934 (17,660) 48,720 (22,099) 65,036 (29,500) 55,556 (25,200) 66,139 (30,000) 66,580 (30,200) 77,382 (35,100) 77,603 (35,200) 92,369 (41,898) 92,369 (41,898) 108,644 (49,280) 108,908 (49,400) 111,774 (50,700) 12,236 (5,550) 30,314 (13,750) 39,242 (17,800) 45,856 (20,800) 6,151 (2,790) 7,011 (3,180) 7,848 (3,560) 12,346 (5,600) 13,283 (6,025) 18,475 (8,380)

LIUGONG 904CIII 906CIII 908CIII 922LCIII 925LCIII 936LCIII

Yanmar 4TNV88 Yanmar 4TNV94 Yanmar 4TNV98T Cummins QSB6.7 Cummins QSB6.7 Cummins QSB8.3

8,818 (4,000) 13,228 (6,000) 16,976 (7,700) 48,281 (21,900) 56,218 (25,500) 79,807 (36,200)

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Street Tough. There’s a new “kid“ on the block—Hy-Ram® HR Series. It’s an all-new hammer line from Allied Construction Products, LLC. This new hammer line comes from a long line of hard-hitting Allied “relatives” (a previous generation of Hy-Rams) and is ready to take on the most challenging jobs. Hy-Ram has a “street tough” temperament as it takes on and demolishes all “comers” like concrete structures, trench rock, building foundations, pavement and bridge decks. Hy-Ram has “streetwise” attributes like an oil and gas operation that

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increases efficiency, a longer piston stroke for higher impact power and an auto-stop system to prevent “blank-firing.” Put the new “kid” on the block on your job. It’s got a great family background. It’s “street tough,” but operator-friendly. It’s available in twelve (12) different models. And, it can take on just about any concrete demolition or rock jobs that you encounter. For more information on the Hy-Ram HR Series, call 1-800-321-1046. Hy-Ram hits the streets running.


SK350LC ACERA MARK 8

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ALABAMA

Cowin Equipment Company Inc. Birmingham (205) 841-6666 Huntsville (256) 536-9390 Mobile (251) 633-4020 Montgomery (334) 262-6642 Oxford (256) 832-5053

GEORGIA

Cowin Equipment Company Inc. Mableton (404) 696-7210

ARKANSAS

MISSISSIPPI

Scott Equipment Company, LLC Fort Smith (479) 648-1600 Little Rock (501) 455-5955 Springdale (479) 751-4242 Texarkana (870) 772-0204

Tubb Equipment & Rental Co. Flowood (601) 932-3900 Hattiesburg (601) 268-1010

Alma Tractor & Equipment, Inc. Alma (479) 632-6300

Lee Tractor Company Inc. Biloxi (228) 392-9922

SK350LC is built at our Kobelco plant in Calhoun, Georgia.

Experience the performance – visit your nearest Kobelco dealer! For product literature and full equipment specifications, please visit www.kobelcoamerica.com or call (866) 726-3396 toll free. *For commercial use only. Customer participation subject to credit qualification and approval by CNH Capital America LLC. Rate based on a 60-month lease of a SK350-8, 2,000 hours/year, year-round. $4,596 due at closing (includes $1,000 security deposit). See your Kobelco dealer for details and eligibility requirements. Offer good through March 31, 2010. Not all customers or applicants may qualify for this rate or term. CNH Capital America LLC standard terms and conditions will apply. Taxes, freight, set-up, delivery, additional options or attachments not included in suggested retail price. Offer subject to change or cancellation without notice. © 2010 CNH America LLC. Kobelco is a brand licensed to Kobelco Construction Machinery Company America LLC.


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FLORIDA ASAP Rental Equipment & Sales Plant City (813) 305-1360 Sarasota (941) 923-4541 Cowin Equipment Company Inc. Pensacola (850) 479-3004 G.S. Equipment Inc. Davie (954) 327-8808 Ft. Myers (239) 334-6063 Jacksonville (904) 268-4400 Orlando (407) 859-9160 Tampa (813) 248-4971

LOUISIANA CLM Equipment Company Inc. Broussard (337) 837-6693 Sulpher (337) 625-5942 Lee Tractor Company Inc. St. Rose (504) 467-6794 Scott Equipment Company, LLC Alexandria (318) 448-1647 Monroe (318) 388-9300 Shreveport (318) 226-9696

NORTH CAROLINA Hines Equipment Company Rocky Mount (252) 446-0333 Stafford Equipment Charlotte (704) 333-0786 Raleigh (919) 657-0070

SOUTH CAROLINA Altman Tractor & Equipment Conway (843) 347-4664 Florence (843) 662-0151 Greenville Tractor Company Inc. Greenville (864) 232-2463

TENNESSEE

Chattanooga Tractor & Equipment Chattanooga (423) 892-5725 Chuck Mason Equip. Sales Inc. Johnson City (423) 926-3881 Knoxville (865) 637-8562 Nashville Tractor and Equipment Nashville (615) 865-7800

VIRGINIA

Stafford Equipment Ashland (804) 798-4500 Cloverdale (540) 992-4650

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Model

Engine Type — hp (kW)

Operating Weight lbs. (kg)

Digging Depth ft. (m)

Digging Reach ft. (m)

CASE CX75 CX80 CX130B CX135B CX160B CX210B CX210B N CX210B LR CX225 CX240B CX290B CX350B CX470B CX700B CX800B

54 (40.3) 54 (40.3) 95 (70.8) 95 (70.8) 120 (89.5) 157 (117.1) 157 (117.1) 157 (117.1) 153 (114.1) 177 (132.1) 207 (154.4) 271 (202) 362 (270) 463 (345) 532 (397)

17,468 (7,919) 18,585 (8,430) 27,800 (12,610) 29,631 (13,440) 37,700 (17,100) 47,400 (21,500) 47,200 (21,410) 50,660 (22,979) 53,223 (24,141) 55,115 (25,000) 65,697 (29,800) 79,065 (35,863) 103,800 (47,083) 153,400 (69,581) 178,575 (81,000)

14.9 (4.54) 15 (4.59) 19.8 (6.05) 19.4 (5.91) 21.3 (6.49) 21.8 (6.65) 21.8 (6.62) 39.4 (12.0) 22 (6.70) 24.3 (7.42) 24.9 (7.58) 26.7 (8.14) 27.3 (8.34) 32.3 (9.85) 35 (10.66)

25 (7.62) 21.7 (6.60) 29.7 (9.05) 31.3 (9.52) 30.5 (9.29) 31.7 (9.65) 31.7 (9.64) 42.6 (12.97) 35.8 (10.91) 33 (10.07) 34 (10.39) 35 (10.67) 37.2 (11.34) 41.7 (12.70) 46.9 (14.30)

7 (2.17) 8.5 (2.59) 10 (3.05) 11.7 (3.55) 13.5 (4.12) 15 (4.61) 14.7 (4.47) 19.9 (6.06) 19.8 (6.02) 21.3 (6.49) 19.2 (5.84) 21.9 (6.68) 20.7 (6.29) 22 (6.7) 24.6 (7.49) 25.9 (7.89) 26.8 (8.18) 27.2 (8.28) 30 (9.14) 31.4 (9.58) 26.4 (8.05) 15.7 (4.77) 26.8 (8.18) 19.4 (5.92) 28 (8.53) 13 (3.96) 28.2 (8.59) 12 (3.66) 29.5 (8.99) 14.9 (4.55) 13.4 (4.09)

12.8 (3.9) 15.3 (4.67) 17 (5.21) 19.5 (5.94) 20.3 (6.19) 22.7 (6.92) 25.3 (7.7) 28.8 (8.79) 29 (8.85) 30.6 (9.33) 31.4 (9.58) 32.6 (9.92) 33.3 (10.16) 32.8 (10.01) 35.5 (10.82) 37 (11.3) 38.9 (11.86) 41 (12.49) 45.4 (13.84) 48.9 (14.9) 45 (13.74) 37.8 (11.5) 50 (15.24) 44 (13.44) 56 (17.07) 47 (14.33) 59.7 (18.19) 49.9 (15.21) 68.6 (20.9) 54.5 (16.6) 60.6 (18.47)

HITACHI ZX17U-2* Yanmar 14.8 (11.04) ZX27U-3 Yanmar 26.4 (19.69) ZX35U-3 Yanmar 28.6 (21.33) ZX50U-3 Yanmar 38.1 (28.41) ZX60USB-3 Yanmar 54 (40.27) ZX75US-3 Isuzu 54 (40.27) ZX85USB-3 Isuzu 54 (40.27) ZX120-3 Isuzu 93 (69.35) ZX135US-3 Isuzu 93 (69.35) ZX160LC-3 Isuzu 121 (90.23) ZX190W-3 ** Isuzu 159 (118.57) ZX200LC-3 Isuzu 159 (118.57) ZX220W-3 ** Isuzu 159 (118.57) ZX225USLC-3 Isuzu 159 (118.57) ZX240LC-3 Isuzu 177 (131.99) ZX270LC-3 Isuzu 188 (140.19) ZX350LC-3 Isuzu 271 (202.08) ZX450LC-3 Isuzu 348 (259.5) ZX650LC-3 Isuzu 463 (345.26) ZX850LC-3 Isuzu 532 (396.71) EX1200-6 BE backhoe Cummins 760 (566.5) EX1200-6 front shovel Cummins 760 (566.5) EX1900-6 BE backhoe Cummins 1,086 (809.83) EX1900-6 front shovel Cummins 1,086 (809.83) EX2500-6 BE backhoe Cummins 1,400 (1,043.98) EX2500-6 front shovel Cummins 1,400 (1,043.98) EX3600-6 BE backhoe Cummins 1,944 (1,449.64) EX3600-6 front shovel Cummins 1,944 (1,449.64) EX5500-6 BE backhoe Cummins 2,800 (2,087.96) EX5500-6 front shovel Cummins 2X 1,400 (2X 1,043.98) EX8000-6 front shovel Cummins 2X 1,944 (2X 1,449.64) * canopy version ** weight varies by outrigger & boom selection

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

Boynton Beach, FL 1060 West Industrial Avenue Boynton Beach, FL 33462 561-742-7400 • Fax: 561-742-7448 Clearwater, FL 12785 N 44th St. Clearwater, FL 33762 727-299-9207 • Fax: 727-299-0166 Ft. Myers, FL 2231 Flint Dr. Ft. Myers, FL 33916 941-337-5900 • Fax: 941-337-5901

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

Vermeer Puerto Rico

Ave. Cementerio Nacional Local #49, Hato Tejas Bayamon, Puerto Rico 00961 787-780-0533 • Fax: 787-780-1501

Vermeer of Texas-Louisiana

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

G & S Equipment Co., Inc.

124 Hwy 82 west Prattville, AL 36067 334-365-5192 • Fax: 334-365-5199 6007 University Blvd Cottondale (Tuscaloosa), AL 35453 205-556-3333 • Fax: 205-556-9229 2209 Hwy 280 Alexander City, AL 35010 256-329-7777 • Fax: 256-329-7718


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Model

Engine Type — hp (kW)

Operating Weight lbs. (kg)

Digging Depth ft. (m)

Digging Reach ft. (m)

HYUNDAI R27Z-9 R35Z-7A R55W-9 *Preliminary (w/ blade) R55-7A R80-7A R110-7A R140LC-9 R140W-9 (w/ outrigger & blade) R145LCR-9 w/ blade R170W-9 *Preliminary (w/ outrigger & blade) R160LC-9 R180LC-9 R210W-9 *Preliminary (w/ outrigger & blade) R210LC-9 R210LC-9 LR R250LC-9 R290LC-9 R290LC-9 LR R320LC-9 R380LC-9 R480LC-9 R520LC-9 R800LC-7A

Mitsubishi S3L2 Yanmar 3TNV88 Yanmar 4TNV98 Yanmar 4TNV98 Yanmar 4TNV98 Mitsubishi D04FD-TAA Mitsubishi D04FD-TAA Cummins QSB 6.7 Mitsubishi D04FD-TAA

6,350 (2,880) 8,050 (3,650) 12,020 (5,450) 12,570 (5,700) 17,200 (7,800) 25,350 (11,500) 30,820 (13,980) 32,410 (14,700) 34,830 (15,800)

8.20 (2.50) 10.33 (3.15) 12.47 (3.80) 13.33 (4.06) 13.58 (4.15) 18.42 (5.62) 20.01 (6.10) 18.86 (5.75) 19.65 (5.99)

15.25 (4.65) 17.58 (5.36) 21.09 (6.43) 21.00 (6.40) 20.75 (6.33) 27.17 (8.27) 28.87 (8.80) 28.8 (8.78) 28.77 (8.77)

Mitsubishi D04FD-TAA Mitsubishi D04FD-TAA Mitsubishi D04FD-TAA

38,180 (17,320) 39,240 (17,800) 41,560 (18,850)

20.73 (6.32) 21.52 (6.56) 21.52 (6.56)

31.00 (9.45) 31.00 (9.45) 31.00 (9.45)

Cummins QSB 6.7 Cummins QSB 6.7 Cummins QSB 6.7 Cummins QSB 6.7 Cummins QSB 6.7 Cummins QSB 6.7 Cummins QSC Cummins QSL Cummins M11 Cummins M11 Cummins QSX 15

45,200 (20,500) 49,930 (22,650) 54,000 (24,500) 56,200 (25,500) 67,150 (30,460) 72,440 (32,860) 74,960 (34,000) 86,200 (39,100) 106,040 (48,100) 112,430 (51,000) 183,110 (83,060)

20.92 (6.38) 25.33 (7.72) 38.58 (11.76) 24.77 (7.55) 26.58 (8.09) 48.62 (14.82) 26.96 (8.22) 28.28 (8.62) 29.25 (8.91) 28.67 (8.73) 28.67 (8.75)

32.50 (9.90) 35.83 (10.91) 49.93 (15.22) 35.66 (10.87) 37.42 (11.40) 60.72 (18.51) 39.20 (11.95) 40.61 (12.38) 43.17 (13.15) 43.17 (13.15) 44.83 (13.67)

18.2 (5.54) 18.2 (5.54) 19.8 (6.03) 22 (6.70) 22.2 (6.76) 22.9 (6.97) 24 (7.31) 22.8 (6.94) 24.6 (7.49) 27.6 (8.41) 18.8 (5.73) 19.4 (5.91) 20.3 (6.18) 21.3 (6.49)

27.3 (8.32) 27.4 (8.35) 29.4 (8.96) 32.6 (9.93) 32.4 (9.87) 33.7 (10.27) 35 (10.66) 36 (10.97) 36 (10.97) 43.3 (13.19) 30.5 (9.29) 31.4 (9.57) 32 (9.75) 33.7 (10.27)

VOLVO EC140C L ECR145C L EC160C L EC210C L EC235C L EC240C L EC290C L ECR305C L EC330C L EC700C L EW160C EW180C EW210C EW230C

D4E EBE3 92 (69) D4E EAE3 92 (69) D6E EBE3 116 (87) D6E EAE3 147 (110) D6E EAE3 147 (110) D7E EBE3 168 (125) D7E EAE3 192 (143) D7E EAE3 192 (143) D12D EBE3 247 (184) D16E EAE3 424 (316) D6D EDE3 142 (106) D6D ECE3 152 (113) D6E EEE3 161 (120) D6E EHE3 167 (125)

30,180 (13,718) 32,980 (14,955) 37,180 (16,900) 48,400 (22,000) 54,790 (24,850) 57,110 (25,900) 65,110 (29,530) 77,940 (35,345) 79,530 (36,070) 154,350(70,000) 39,176 (17,770) 43,650 (19,800) 48,190 (21,860) 52,250 (23,700)

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

We build a better future

We know what you’re thinking. You need to do more for less. The new Hyundai 9 Series was built to do just that. Think proven, industry-leading fuel efficiency. Think improved hydraulic technologies for an edge over the competition. Think added value for your dollar. That’s the new Hyundai 9 Series Excavator. When you think efficiency – Think again. Think Hyundai.

Hyundai Equipment meets all “Buy American” Provisions in the U.S. Stimulus Bill. ALABAMA

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

FLORIDA

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

GEORGIA

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

LOUISIANA

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

MISSISSIPPI

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

N O RT H CAROLINA

STAFFORD Charlotte, NC 704/333-0786

TENNESSEE

DIAMOND EQUIPMENT La Vergne, TN 615/641-1100

VIRGINIA

STAFFORD Ashland, VA 804/798-4500


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Model

Engine Type — hp (kW)

Operating Weight lbs. (kg)

Digging Depth ft. (m)

Digging Reach ft. (m)

JCB 8085 JS 145 JZ 140 JS 160 JS 190 JS 220 JS 220LR JS 220XD JZ 235 JS 260 JS 260LR JS 260XD JS 290 JS 330 JS 330XD JS 360 JS 460

58 (43.2) 98 (73.1) 98 (73.1) 123 (91.7) 166 (123.7) 172 (128.2) 172 (128.2) 172 (128.2) 172 (128.2) 197 (146.8) 197 (146.8) 197 (146.8) 216 (161) 271 (202) 271 (202) 271 (202) 305 (227.4)

17,694 (8,026) 33,510 (15,200) 35,031 (15,890) 39,518 (17,925) 44,099 (20,003) 49,714 (22,550) 52,342 (23,742) 50,858 (23,069) 51,194 (23,221) 61,178 (27,750) 63,558 (28,829) 63,383 (28,750) 68,877 (21,242) 73,387 (33,288) 72,532 (32,900) 84,596 (38,372) 103,220 (46,820)

13.8 (4.22) 18.2 (5.54) 16.9 (5.16) 17.9 (5.46) 19 (5.79) 21.7 (6.60) 39.3 (11.99) 21.7 (6.60) 21.6 (6.58) 23.7 (7.21) 50.6 (15.42) 23.7 (7.21) 23 (7.01) 26.9 (8.20) 26.9 (8.20) 26.5 (8.08) 29.5 (8.99)

22.4 (6.83) 27.3 (8.33) 26.2 (7.98) 27.9 (8.51) 27.9 (8.51) 32.4 (9.88) 51.2 (15.60) 32.4 (9.88) 32.4 (9.88) 35 (10.69) 61.6 (18.77) 35 (10.69) 34.8 (10.62) 38-.9 (11.86) 38.9 (11.86) 38.5 (11.73) 43 (13.13)

8.3 (2.54) 10 (3.08) 11.8 (3.59) 19.6 (5.98) 21.6 (6.59) 21.7 (6.65) 15 (4.58) 15.4 (4.70) 21.4 (6.52) 22 (6.70) 23 (7.00) 23.7 (7.21) 24.8 (7.56) 25.6 (7.81) 31.8 (9.7)

15.3 (4.64) 17.2 (5.24) 19.3 (5.89) 28.8 (8.78) 31.8 (9.71) 32.3 (9.85) 22.5 (6.85) 25 (7.64) 31 (9.47) 32.5 (9.90) 33.8 (10.31) 33.8 (10.31) 36.9 (11.26) 39.6 (12.07) 46.9 (14.30)

5.61 (1.71) 7.80 (2.38) 7.57 (2.31) 9.21 (2.81) 9.74 (2.97) 10.46 (3.19) 10.43 (3.18) 10.30 (3.14) 10.33 (3.15) 11.48 (3.50) 11.51 (3.51)

9.94 (3.03) 12.09 (3.87) 12.59 (3.84) 15.32 (4.67) 16.01 (4.88) 16.86 (5.14) 16.83 (5.13) 16.89 (5.15) 16.92 (5.16) 17.97 (5.48) 18.01 (5.49)

KOBELCO 27SR 35SR 50SR 140SR 215SR 235SR 70SR 80CS SK170LC SK210LC SK260LC SK295LC SK350LC SK485LC SK8850LC Super Acera

21.6 (16.1) 28.4 (21.2) 39.3 (29.3) 94 (70.1) 153 (114.1) 153 (114.1) 56 (41.7) 56 (41.7) 121 (90.2) 150 (111.8) 181 (134.9) 197 (146.8) 264 (196.8) 326 (243) 496 (369.7)

5,555 (2,520) 7,960 (3,610) 10,275 (4,660) 32,040 (14,735) 54,700 (24,800) 56,865 (26,700) 17,300 (7,840) 18,940 (8,590) 37,800 (17,146) 47,800 (21,700) 57,300 (26,000) 66,800 (30,299) 79,600 (36,100) 110,670 (50,200) 177,330 (80,435)

KUBOTA K008-3 KX41-3V U17 U25S KX71-3S KX91-3S2 KX91-3S2 Angle Blade U35S2 U35S2 Angle Blade KX121-3S KX121-3S Angle Blade

10.1 (7.5) 15.2 (11.3) 15.2 (11.3) 19.8 (14.8) 26.4 (19.7) 28.3 (21.1) 28.3 (21.1) 28.3 (21.1) 28.3 (21.1) 39 (29.1) 39 (29.1)

2,200 (997.9) 3,693 (1,675.1) 3,814 (,1730) 5,625 (2,551.5) 6,305 (2,859.9) 7,110 (3,225.0) 7,540 (3,420.1) 8,025 (3,640.1) 8,477 (3,845.1) 9,063 (4,110.9) 9,435 (4,279.6)

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Model

Engine Type — hp (kW)

Operating Weight lbs. (kg)

Digging Depth ft. (m)

Digging Reach ft. (m)

KUBOTA Cont. KX121-3S 6-in-1 Blade U45S Angle Blade KX161-3S KX161-3S Angle Blade U55 U55 Angle Blade KX057-4 KX057-4 Angle Blade KX080-3 Standard Boom KX080-3 Angle Blade KX080-3 Super Double Boom

39 (29.1) 39 (29.1) 43.8 (32.7) 43.8 (32.7) 47.6 (35.5) 47.6 (35.5) 47.6 (35.5) 47.6 (35.5) 66.5 (49.6) 66.5 (49.6) 66.5 (49.6)

9,790 (4,440.7) 11,640 (5,279.8) 11,530 (5,229.9) 11,960 (5,425.0) 11,860 (5,379.6) 12,280 (5,570.1) 12,150 (5,511.2) 12,565 (5,699.4) 18,254 (8,279.9) 19,026 (8,630.1) 19,379 (8,790.2)

11.51 (3.51) 11.8 (3.60) 12.56 (3.83) 12.59 (3.84) 11.84 (3.61) 11.84 (3.61) 12.69 (3.87) 12.66 (3.86) 15.09 (4.60) 15.09 (4.60) 15.05 (4.59)

18.01 (5.49) 19.29 (5.88) 20.11 (6.13) 20.07 (6.12) 19.52 (5.95) 19.52 (5.95) 20.04 (6.11) 20.07 (6.12) 23.52 (7.17) 23.52 (7.17) 25.16 (7.67)

7 (2.15) 8.3 (2.54) 10 (3.08) 11.8 (3.59) 15 (4.58) 15.4 (4.70) 19.6 (5.98) 21.4 (6.52) 22 (6.70)

12.8 (3.89) 15.2 (4.64) 17.2 (5.24) 19.3 (5.89) 22.5 (6.85) 25 (7.64) 28.8 (8.78) 31 (9.47) 32.5 (9.90)

4.9 (1.5) 7 (2.16) 9.3 (2.84) 11.3 (3.45) 12 (3.65) 12.5 (3.81) 15.4 (4.69) 15.2 (4.62) 18 (5.51) 18 (5.49) 19.6 (5.97) 21.8 (6.63) 21.8 (6.63) 21.8 (6.63) 22.7 (6.91) 21.2 (6.45) 21.2 (6.45) 24.3 (7.39) 23.8 (7.26) 25.7 (7.82) 25.7 (7.82) 27.8 (8.48) 23.2 (7.06) 23.4 (7.14)

9.3 (2.84) 12.9 (3.94) 15.8 (4.83) 18 (5.51) 19.3 (5.89) 19.9 (6.07) 22.3 (6.78) 23.4 (7.14) 26.8 (8.18) 26.8 (8.18) 28.8 (8.79) 31.8 (9.7) 31.8 (9.7) 31.8 (9.7) 32.8 (10.01) 32.8 (9.98) 33 (10.06) 35.8 (10.92) 35.7 (10.87) 38.8 (11.81) 38.8 (11.81) 42 (12.8) 37 (11.3) 39.2 (11.94)

NEW HOLLAND E18B E27B E35B E50B E70B E80B E135B E175B E215B

15.2 (11.3) 21.3 (15.9) 28.4 (21.2) 40.8 (30.4) 55.7 (41.5) 55.7 (41.5) 94 (70.1) 121 (90.2) 150 (111.8)

3,638 (1,651) 5,557 (2,521) 7,960 (3,610) 10,275(4,660) 17,300 (7,480) 18,940 (8,590) 32,040 (14,735) 37,800 (17,146) 47,800 (21,700)

KOMATSU PC09-1 PC18MR-3 PC27MR-3 PC35MR-3 PC45MR-3 PC55MR-3 PC78US-6 PC88MR-8 PC130-8 PC138USLC-8 PC160LC-7E0 PC200-8 PC200LC-8 PC228USLC-3 PC220LC-8 PC270LC-8 PC308USLC-3 PC350LC-8 PC350HD-8 PC450LC-8 PC450LC-8 Var. Gauge PC600LC-8 PC600LC-8 SE Boom/Arm PC800LC-8 SE

8.7 (6.5) 15 (11) 25.7 (19.2) 29 (22) 38.2 (28.5) 38.2 (28.5) 54 (40) 65 (48) 92 (69) 92 (69) 115 (86) 148 (110) 148 (110) 148 (110) 168 (125) 187 (139) 187 (139) 246 (183) 246 (183) 345 (257) 345 (257) 429 (320) 429 (320) 487 (363)

1,985 (900) 4,090 (1,855) 6,460 (2,930) 7,909 (3,587) 10,573 (4,796) 11,378 (5,161) 15,850 (7,189) 18,558 (8,418) 27,700 (12,564) 31,994 (14,512) 37,130 (16,842) 44,110 (20,008) 47,260 (21,437) 51,110 (23,183) 54,926 (24,914) 67,393 (30,569) 71,938 (32,630) 79,037 (35,850) 88,178 (39,997) 100,856 (45,747) 103,226 (46,822) 132,280 (60,001) 134,260 (60,899) 180,334 (81,798)

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Southland Machinery 8920 Weaver Avenue Leeds, AL 35094 205/699-2699 866/480-6125 791 Anderson Road Montgomery, AL 36110 334/262-8104 866/954-6522 www.southlandmachineryjcb.com

Low Country Machinery, Inc. Pooler, GA 31322 912/330-0130 888/431-0130 Fax: 912/330-9214 www.lowcountrymachinery.com

Atlanta JCB 2679 Barrett Lakes Blvd. Kennesaw, GA 30144 678/594-5400 Fax: 678/594-7868 www.atlantajcb.com Mid-South Equipment Co. Chattanooga, TN 37421 423/899-1219 Fax: 423/892-0508 www.midsouthequipment.com

DeViney Equipment Sales & Rentals P.O. Box 7179 Jackson, MS 39282 601/373-9531 Fax: 601/373-9447 2173 Highway 51 Madison, MS 39162 601/859-0020 Valley Supply and Equipment 8192 Euclid Ct. Manassis Park, VA 20111 703/330-5579

Interstate Equipment Dougherty Equipment Company Company Greenville Columbia www.interstateequipmentjcb.com 446 Fairforest Way 115 Windhill Drive 1604 Salisbury Road Greenville, SC 29607 Columbia, SC 29203 Statesville, NC 28677 800/476-1727 888/779-3622 704/873-9048 Fax: 864/277-3030 Fax: 803/754-6550 800/626-4599 Charleston Florence 7979 West Chapel Hill Road 9040 Palmetto Commerce Parkway 2015 North Cashua Drive Cary, NC 27513-4166 Ladson, SC 29456 Florence, SC 29502 919/467-1801 800/862-3626 843/665-4700 800/626-4602 Fax: 843/875-6048 Fax: 843/292-8560


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Model

Engine Type — hp (kW)

Operating Weight lbs. (kg)

Digging Depth ft. (m)

Digging Reach ft. (m)

KOMATSU Cont. PC800LC-8 PC800LC-8 Long Boom PC1250-8 PC1250LC-8 PC2000-8 PC3000 PC4000 PC5500 PC8000

487 (363) 487 (363) 672 (501) 672 (501) 956 (713) 1,260 (940) 1,875 (1,398) 2,520 (1,879) 4,020 (2,998)

182,980 (82,998) 185,120 (83,969) 239,880 (108,807) 250,154 (113,467) 440,920 (199,997) 557,900 (253,058) 839,000 (380,562) 1,102,500 (500,083) 1,565,000 (709,868)

28.3 (8.61) 39.9 (12.17) 30.7 (9.35) 30.7 (9.35) 30.3 (9.25) 25.6 (7.8) 26.3 (8) 25 (7.62) 26.8 (8.15)

44.2 (13.46) 56.7 (17.27) 49.3 (15.01) 49.3 (15.01) 50.3 (15.32) 48.8 (14.86) 54.5 (16.61) 58 (17.68) 64.5 (19.66)

39.4 (12) 47.8 (14.6) 46.3 (14.1) 13.6 (4.2) 13.8 (4.2) 13.8 (4.2) 18.2 (5.6) 17.9 (5.5) 19.9 (6.1) 21.9 (6.7) 22 (6.7) 22.7 (6.9) 23.3 (7.1) 24 (7.3) 27.3 (8.3) 24.8 (7.6) 27.6 (8.4) 23.6 (7.2) 28.6 (8.7) 23 (7) 28.5 (8.7) 23 (7)

50.8 (15.5) 59.8 (18.2) 60.3 (18.4) 21 (6.4) 20.8 (6.3) 22.6 (6.9) 26.8 (8.2) 26.5 (8.1) 29 (8.8) 31.9 (9.7) 31.9 (9.7) 33.2 (10.1) 34.4 (10.5) 36 (11) 40.4 (12.3) 38.5 (11.7) 42.3 (12.9) 37.6 (11.5) 45.4 (13.8) 39.3 (12) 45.4 (13.8) 39.3 (12)

17.7 (5.39) 20 (6.1) 21.2 (6.5) 21.2 (6.5) 22.3 (6.8) 23 (7) 22.5 (6.9) 22.7 (6.92) 25.3 (7.7) 26.8 (8.2) 29.8 (9.1) 35.6 (10.9) 26 (7.9)

28.5 (8.7) 30 (9.1) 33 (10.1) 34.4 (10.5) 32.7 (10) 33.5 (10.2) 31.8 (9.7) 34.8 (10.6) 37.8 (11.5) 40.7 (12.4) 44.4 (13.5) 50.8 (15.5) 44.9 (13.7)

LBX 210X2 Long Front AI-4HK1X 157 (117) 240X2 Long Front AI-4HK1X 177 (132) 290X2 Long Front AH-6HK1XYSS 207 (154.3) 75 MSR (Tier III) Spin Ace AU-4LE2X 54 (40.3) 75 MSR (Tier III) Offset Boom AU-4LE2X 54 (40.3) 80 Spin Ace (Tier III) Spin Ace Swing Boom AU-4LE2X 54 (40.3) 130 X2 AJ-4JJ1X 95 (70.8) 135 MSR (Tier III) Spin Ace w/ Blade AJ-4JJ1X 95 (70.8) 160X2 AI-4JJ1X 120 (89.5) 210X2 AI-4HK1X 157 (117) 225 MSR (Tier III) Spin Ace w/ Blade AI-4HK1X 153 (114) 240X2 AH-4HK1X 177 (132) 290X2 AH-6HK1XYSS 207 (154.3) 350 X2 AH-6HK1XYSS 271 (202) 460 X2 Fixed Sideframes AH-6UZ1XYSS 362 (270) 470 X2 Extendable Sideframes AH-6UZ1XYSS 362 (270) 700 X2 AH-6WG1XYSS-01 463 (345) 700 X2 ME AH-6WG1XYSS-01 463 (345) 800LX (Tier III) AH-6WG1X 532 (397) 800LX ME (Tier III) AH-6WG1X 532 (397) 800 X2 AH-6WG1XYSS-02 532 (397) 800 X2 ME AH-6WG1XYSS-02 532 (397)

50,710 (23,002) 61,729 (28,000) 80,314 (36,430) 17,461 (7,920) 18,188 (8,250) 18,585 (8,430) 28,440 (12,900) 31,526 (14,300) 37,700 (17,100) 47,400 (21,500) 53,793 (24,400) 54,895 (24,900) 65,700 (29,801) 79,146 (35,900) 105,600 (47,899) 106,924 (48,500) 153,442 (69,600) 153,662 (69,700) 178,200 (80,830) 178,600 (81,012) 178,574 (81,000) 178,795 (81,100)

LIEBHERR A900C A904C A914C A924C R914C R924C R924C Compact Swing R934C R944C R954C R964C R974C R984C

Liebherr D934S 129 (96.2) Liebherr D934S 143 (106.6) Liebherr D934S 163 (121.5) Liebherr D934L 184 (137.2) Liebherr D934S 157 (117) Liebherr D934S 177 (132) Liebherr D934S 163 (121.5) Liebherr D934L 203 (151.3) Liebherr D936L 258 (192.3) Liebherr D936L 326 (243) Liebherr D9508 434 (324) Liebherr D9508 543 (405) Cummins QSK 19C 750 676 (504)

41,000 (18,597) 45,850 (20,797) 49,700 (22,544) 54,700 (24,812) 53,836 (24,420) 59,459 (26,970) 57,429 (26,049) 70,548 (32,000) 88,295 (40,050) 113,316 (51,399) 152,778 (69,299) 201,730 (91,503) 265,130 (120,261)

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Cat 314D CR, 314D LCR Excavators Sport C4.2 Engines The new Cat 314D CR and 314D LCR (long undercarriage) hydraulic excavators are compact-radius models that build on the valued attributes of their CSeries predecessors with a new fuel-efficient Cat C4.2 ACERT engine, more hydraulic power, expanded work-tool versatility, a spacious new operator station and a new intermediatelength stick. These new 90hp (67 kW), 15.4 ton (14-t) machines have the features to cut operating costs, boost production, increase machine potential and to keep operators comfortable and confident, according to the manufacturer. The compact design of the 314D CR/LCR limits tail swing over the side to 7 in. (17.8 cm), when using 24-in. (60 cm) shoes and standard counterweight. An optional 1,170-lb. (530 kg) counterweight, which enhances digging and lifting performance, adds only 2 in. (5.1 cm) more. In addition, the position of the boom, near the center of the machine, reduces front swing radius. Operators work with less distraction, a plus for job site safety. The new operator station, with standard air condition- The compact design of the 314D CR/LCR limits tail swing over the side to 7 in. (17.8 cm), when using 24-in. (60 cm) shoes and standard couning, borrows its basic design terweight. An optional 1,170-lb. (530 kg) counterweight, which enhances digging and lifting performance, adds only 2 in. (5.1 cm) more. from larger Caterpillar cabs used on standard-tail-swing models. Controls in the spacious applications. To simplify auxiliary itor). Electronically controlled ft. (3.0-m) versions, provides easily to the cab. An optional new cab feature a system that auto- circuit installation, all required regeneration circuits save energy added opportunity for customers to machine security system uses an matically selects boom or swing hydraulic and electrical lines are and fuel during boom-down and match machine capability more electronically coded key to deter closely to typical applications. The theft and vandalism, or to limit priority, based on joystick move- factory routed to the boom foot, stick-in operations. Hydraulic refinement for the new stick also works well with the machine use to specific individuals ment, thus eliminating work mode and mounting blocks are in place. new models includes the new Cat Caterpillar hydraulic pin grabber and specific times. and power boost switches. Engine Economy and tool control system, which can coupler to handle a broad range of Prior to starting the machine, the Automatic climate control, low Hydraulic Refinement store flow and pressure settings for work tools. in-cab monitor checks critical fluid effort levers and a fully adjustable The new C4.2 engine complies as many as 10 work tools, thus An optional control pattern levels. Service interval reminders seat (or available heated, air-suspension seat) keep operators at with U.S. EPA Tier III and EU making tool changes quick and changer is set electronically via the are programmable, and an optional ease. A new in-cab monitor com- Stage 3A emissions regulations efficient. A shortcut key on the in-cab monitor, and an optional electronic sensor measures water municates in text, not codes, and and offers significant potential for console permits the operator to fine swing control precisely modu- volume in fuel separators. fuel savings. Caterpillar estimated select a tool, and then the system lates machine rotation — a useful Sampling ports for hydraulic fluid, does so in 28 languages. Increased hydraulic pressure fuel consumption for the new automatically resets pressure, flow feature when operators must dig or engine oil and coolant allow quick lift frequently in confined spaces. collection of reliable samples. yields higher breakout forces, 314D CR/LCR models, working and flow direction. Grease lubricated track chains greater lifting capacity and more in typical applications, to be 5 perWorking Efficiency and Safety, Security and extend pin and bushing life as drawbar pull. In addition, three cent less (compared with C-Series Control Service much as 25 percent, compared new auxiliary hydraulic control models), and as much as 10 perThe new intermediate length If the job site requires a falling with dry assemblies. packages are available, allowing cent less when performing lightFor more information, visit customers to tailor auxiliary sys- duty applications in economy (9.17-ft./ 2.8-m) stick, which com- object guard or windshield screen, tem functions to specific work tool mode (selected via the in-cab mon- plements 8.17-ft. (2.5-m) and 9.83- these attachments bolt directly and www.cat.com.


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Set up your free demo at a dealer near you:

COASTAL MACHINERY Pensacola, FL 850/944-2002 COWIN EQUIPMENT COMPANY, INC. 5710 Riverview Road Mableton, GA 30126 404/696-7210

BUCKET CAPACITY

1.22 CUBIC YD OPERATING WEIGHT

47,400 LBS

DEVINEY EQUIPMENT SALES & RENTALS Jackson, MS 601/373-9531 Madison, MS 601/859-0020

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New Carolina CAT VP Vows to Own Service Business in Tar Heel State tinue to utilize at Carolina CAT to be the top performing Cat dealer.” Carolina CAT employs about 40 fullservice field trucks, each equipped with When Carolina CAT decided last year tooling, cranes, welders and air compresthat it needed a dynamic new personality sors. In addition the company has full to be the face of its renewed emphasis on service shop facilities at all locations, and customer service, it turned to Brandon J. is capable of providing its many cusHess, a man who has worked in all facets tomers a 24-hour service and parts capaof the construction equipment business bility, which includes a parts drop-box during his career. service to more than 100 locations. Western North Carolina’s Caterpillar “We have set it up so that a customer dealer, Carolina CAT put Hess to work can order a part today at 5 p.m. and have Nov. 15, 2009, as the company’s new it dropped to his location overnight so vice president of product support for its that he will have it ready to construction division. work at 7 a.m. the next day,” Since that time, Hess has spent Hess said. most of his time learning the ins and Hess looks back to his expeouts of the company. riences as an Airborne Ranger in “Getting to know the personnel the U.S. Army, as helping to at Carolina CAT was critical and so really broaden his understandI have focused a tremendous ing of what leadership means. amount of time on our culture and “If you can convince a young organization,” he said. Ranger to follow you into a sitThis will put him in a much uation where he might die, you stronger position with the cusshould be able to lead an organtomers as he begins to learn what ization to common business their needs are. He has to be able to goals.” know whom to call at Carolina CAT Undoubtedly, Carolina CAT so he feels confident his commitdidn’t hire Hess solely for his ments will be delivered and superiexperience, but due also to his or to any other service provider in leadership and clear-eyed vision the area, he said. of the company’s exciting And make no mistake, Hess wants to plant but one thought in Brandon Hess (R), Carolina CAT’s new vice pres- future. When asked if he was hired his customers’ minds: that Carolina ident of product support for its construction CAT is the only place they should division, chats with Steve Newman, service tech- to strengthen the company’s already good reputation for cuseven think to turn to in the event of nician at the company’s Charlotte facility. tomer service, he replied in a an equipment need or service probmeasured, thoughtful manner. lem, even if the problem might not “I would say that Carolina CAT has an involve Caterpillar. He wants the cus- include managing parts and service tomer to think of Carolina CAT first, no departments. Hess also spent time in outstanding history of ownership and has matter what brand of equipment they are product support sales calling on corpo- constantly displayed the ability to be prorate accounts in a customer facing posi- gressive and develop new ways to delivusing, when a service need arises. “We want to own the service business tion. It was here that Hess began to er a great product and superior service. in the Carolinas,” Hess said recently understand what delivering superior There was a need for someone with a diffrom his Charlotte office. “I want to be service and exceeding customer’s expec- ferent perspective, to look at areas of the company from a different angle and I able to go to a customer and provide him tations really meant. “The experiences that I gained at have been given that wonderful opportusupport across his fleet. Because not every customer has 100 percent Yancey Bros. Co. will be the ones I rely nity. The ownership and management Caterpillar equipment, I’ve got to have on at Carolina CAT. Working with such group at Carolina Tractor are extremely the technical expertise and the parts sup- a sound owner and experienced leader- talented and me playing a role on their port to be able to provide that service to ship group was a great platform, one that team is a great privilege.” As Carolina CAT strives towards their him and I am going to be able to do that should enable me to be successful in the future. It put me in a position to come to 2012 goal of being the top performing here.” You get the unmistakable feeling in Carolina CAT and use my experience Cat dealer, Hess will keep his eyes cleartalking to Hess that when he says some- and skills to deliver on our goal of being ly focused on safety, the customer’s the top performing Cat dealer by 2012.” expectations, his technical workforce and thing, you can take it to the bank. This theme is one that resounds his leadership team. If all of these areas “CAT dealers are typically sales-driven organizations, but Carolina CAT is throughout Carolina CAT these days and remain the forefront of Carolina CAT, going to be more than that. It’s going to you can see the commitment from the top they will “own the service business” and remain the Carolina’s leading service be a sales-and-service-driven organiza- down to deliver on this goal. “I was never responsible for the entire provider. tion.” (This story also can be found on Hess oversees a large contingent of entity, but having worked in all three service technicians, numbering about areas at different times gave me a well- Construction Equipment Guide’s Web 110, spread throughout the company’s rounded perspective on product support site at www.constructionequipmentnine locations in western North Carolina. and a team first mentality that I will con- guide.com.) CEG

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Those stores are in Charlotte, Greensboro (at two locations), Monroe, Asheville, Dillsboro, Boone, Hickory and Statesville. Besides managing the technicians and their support areas, he is responsible for product support sales within Carolina CAT’s construction division, and the parts operation across all divisions. Hess came to Carolina CAT after working the previous 11 years at Yancey Brothers Co., the Caterpillar dealer in Georgia. At Yancey, Hess worked in all three phases of product support to


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another $2.5 billion tucked away in the 2010 federal appropriations bill that has been approved but not yet allocated. A proposed $500 billion, six-year federal transportation reauthorization bill includes $50 billion for high-speed rail. But that generous sum was included before Obama began talking about cutting spending, and it seems unlikely to win approval in its current form. Even if it came through, that money hardly covers the proposed price tag of the 13 high-speed rail corridors, which are estimated to cost at least $60 billion and possibly more than $100 billion over the next decade or two. Those cost estimates also don’t include the hundreds of million of dollars it could cost each year to operate the networks — costs that states typically pick up. It also might be hard for states that are grappling with huge budget shortfalls to justify spending more on high-speed rail while education and health care are on the chopping blocks, Pattison said. Illinois, Florida, California have by far the most to win if the money does keep flowing — and the most to lose if it doesn’t. Those

three states were given the bulk of the federal stimulus money. Chicago would become the hub of an eight-state network, which, in all, won a third of the $8 billion in stimulus money. Florida is getting $1.25 billion for a new high-speed track that would run from Tampa to Orlando, then later from Orlando to Miami. A planned California network is by far the most ambitious. It received the second largest slice of the stimulus pie, $2.3 billion, to begin work on an 800-mi. (1,300 km)long, high-speed rail line tying Sacramento and the San Francisco Bay area to Los Angeles and San Diego. The problem is that both California, Illinois and Florida face yawning budget deficits. So anything short of a sustained federal commitment over decades could stick them with construction and then operating bills they can’t pay. Even without a solid plan to fund the rail projects, high-speed train advocates haven’t stopped from thinking big. Some envision creating a true high-speed rail system like the ones in Asia and Europe that could cost $1 trillion.

Due to growth and interest in agriculture and utilities workplace safety, the American Society of Safety Engineers (ASSE) recently announced the formation of two new practice specialty branches, the Agricultural Branch, part of ASSE’s Environmental Practice Specialty (PS) and the Utilities Branch, part of ASSE’s Construction PS. To help address hazards posed by agricultural work, the new ASSE Agricultural Branch will provide a forum for safety, health and environmental (SH&E) professionals in the agricultural industry to network and gain knowledge regarding best practices in safety and health issues affecting agricultural production operations of all sizes; including seed production, agricultural chemicals, transportation, equipment safety,

compliance and enforcement. ASSE’s Utilities Branch will address SH&E issues within electrical, solar and wind generation, natural gas production and distribution, water/wastewater, telecommunications, public works and other utility areas. Until new branch officers are selected, ASSE Environmental PS Administrator Judy Freeman will serve as the Agricultural Branch chair and Construction PS Administrator Michael Hayslip, will serve as the Utilities Branch chair. Freeman is the special project manager of Gabriel Environmental Services and Hayslip is an executive director at VPPAC.org. For more information, visit www.asse.org.

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February 24, 2010 – Breakfast/Seminar. AGC of St. Louis Communications is holding their monthly Membership Breakfast Meeting and One Hour Early Bird Seminar: Taxes – Changes or no Changes, at the Construction Training School, 6301 Knox Industrial Drive, St. Louis, MO with the breakfast meeting starting at 7:00 a.m. Please register by February 22, 2010 online at http://events.agcstl.org/imispublic. If you have questions regarding the online registration process, call Kathy Givens at (314) 480-3172. You may register for just the breakfast or seminar or both. If you have further questions, please contact Katie Mason (314) 480-3178 or kmason@agcstl.org; Nancy Valentine (314) 781-2356 ext. 103 or nvalentine@agcstl.org. February 25, 2010 – BANQUET. AGC Club of St. Louis, MO is holding it’s Forty-First Annual Safety Banquet from 4:00 to 8:00 P.M. Orlando Gardens, Hoffmeister, Road, St. Louis, MO. For more information, contact Mary Jobe at 314-781-2356 or email: mjobe@agcstl.org February 27 to March 3, 2010 – International Hardware Fair. International Hardware Fair Cologne 2010, Cologne, Germany. For more information regarding this event contact Chris Beavers, Koelnmesse, Inc. at 773-326-9928. February/March/April 2010 – Meetings. IAAP Grassroots Meetings in Your Region include Grassroots meetings hosted by the IAAP Legislative Committee and the Transportation for Illinois Coalition provide a chance to catch up with old friends and meet new ones interested in state transportation issues. Please sign up for one or more in your area: Capitol Region Grassroots Meeting (IDOT Region 4), Monday, February 15 at 6:00 p.m., Lake Pointe Grill, 1386 Toronto Road in Springfield, Illinois. Southern Region Grassroots Meeting (IDOT Region 5), Monday, February 22 at 6:00 p.m, Holiday Inn, 222 Potomac Boulevard in Mt. Vernon, Illinois. Central Region Grassroots Meeting (IDOT Region 3), Monday March 1 at 6:00 p.m., The Chateau Hotel, 1601 Jumer Drive in Bloomington, Illinois. Northeast Region Grassroots Meeting (IDOT District 1), Monday March 8 at 6:00 p.m., Bluestone Bar & Grill, 2387 E. Joliet Highway in New Lenox, Illinois. Contact Shawn McKinney, Outreach Manager, Illinois Association of Aggregate Producers for more information: Office: 217-241-1639; Cell: 217-899-5125; Fax: 217-241-1641; Email: shawn@hansoninfosys.com March 2-3, 2010 – Conference. The 19th annual Spring Thaw/State Grants Safety Conference will be held at the Starved Rock Lodge in Utica, Illinois. This conference is co-sponsored by the Mne Safety and Health Administration and the Illinois Department of Natural Resources, Office of Mines and Minerals State Grants Program. The Conference is free; however, if you wish to partake of the food and refreshments there is a $30.00 fee. Conference check-in begins at noon on Tuesday, March 2nd, with the opening session beginning at 1:00 p.m. Tuesday’s program will conclude with a complimentary evening reception sponsored by the IAAP. For more information, contact Mike Falter, IDNR/Office of Mines and Minerals, at: 217-785-9019 or Michael.falter@illinois.gov. March 4, 2010 – WEBINAR. The Industrial Minerals Association – North America (IMA-NA) presents a Webinar titled, “SPCC and SWPPP Plans: Practical Tips for Compliance.” Please contact John Henriksen, Executive Director, Illinois Association of Aggregate Producers, 1115 S. 2nd Street, Springfield, IL at 217-241-1639/217-8997389; fax 217-241-1641 or email iaap@hansoninfosys.com. March 9-10, 2010 – EXPO. Philadelphia Construction EXPO to be held at the Greater Philadelphia Expo Center, Oaks, PA. For ticket and further information, please contact Sheila Kirby (800523-2200) or Bob Buckley (800-992-7116) at Construction Equipment Guide, Ft. Washington, PA. March 12, 2010 – PREP CLASS. AGC of St. Louis has partnered with the American Institute of Constructors to offer a prep class on Friday, March 12, from 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. at the Construction Training School, 6301 Knox Industrial Drive for the Level II Certified Professional Constructors Exam to be offered by AGC of St. Louis Saturday, March 27, 2010. For more information, contact Kathy Givens regarding the online registration process at 314-480-3172, or contact Joanne Engle at 314-644-1525 or jengel@stlcts.org. Registration deadline is March 5, 2010. March 17-20, 2010 – CONVENTION ‘10. Mark your calendar! AGC’s 91st Annual Convention will be held at the Marriott Orlando World Center in Orlando, FL. More information will be posted as soon as it is available. March 24, 2010 – Breakfast. The IAAP Legislative Breakfast is scheduled from 7:00 to 9:00 a.m. at the Sangamo Club in Springfield Illinois. The IAAP actively works for legislation that helps the aggregates industry and fights legislation that hurts aggregate producers and the companies selling goods and services to this industry. To be successful, these efforts require face to face contacts with members of the Illinois General Assembly. You can be an active and effective part of these lobbying efforts by attending. For more information, call Glenda Schoening, IAAP Office Manager at 217-241-1639. April 26, 2010 – Meeting. Illinois Valley Region (IDOT District 3) is holding a gathering at 6:00 p.m., Morris, Illinois with the Transportation for Illinois Coalition to extend invitations to its members made up of statewide and regional business, organized labor, governmental and not-for-profit organizations. For more information you may call Glenda Schoening at 217-241-1639. May 11, 2010 – Convention. The IAAP’s 42nd Annual Convention is scheduled at the Crowne Plaza Hotel in Springfield, Illinois. The Illinois Association of Aggregate Producers is putting together another fine Convention program, all we need is you! Save the Date!!! June 1-5, 2010 – EXPO. ConExpo Russia 2010, Crocus International Exhibition Center, Moscow, Russia. ConExpo Russia is a new construction exhibition supported by the Russian government, Russian contractor groups, and the manufacturers who exhibit. It is the gathering place of the construction, utility and forestry industries in Russia and surrounding states, featuring the latest in equipment technologies and education. The Russian construction industry is booming. With continued growth potential and infrastructure projects in the nonresidential construction, forestry and utility industries, companies are looking to the Russian market to expand their enterprise. For more information visit: www.conexporussia.com and email: info@conexporussia.com and phone: 800867-6060. March 22-26, 2011 – EXPO. CONEXPO-CON/AGG, Las Vegas, Nevada, U.S.A. CONEXPO-CON/AGG will be the world’s largest international gathering place in 2011 for the construction and construction materials industries, showcasing the latest equipment, services and technologies. For more information, visit: www.conexpoconagg.com; Email: info@conexpoconagg.com or phone: 800-867-6060. March 22-26, 2011 – International Exposition. Las Vegas, Nevada, U.S.A. IFPE 2011 - the International Exposition for Power Transmission is the leading international exposition and technical conference for hydraulic, pneumatic, electrical and mechanical power transmission components, systems and controls. For information visit: www.ifpe.com; E-mail: info@ifpe.com or phone 800-867-6060. DONATION - HELP Support IAAP’s Political Activities – The IAAP Political Action Committee (PAC)was created in order to provide financial support for our allies in the Illinois General Assembly. Whether from Chicago or Downstate Illinois, Democrat or Republican, these legislators all have one thing in common – they support bills that help the Illinois aggregates industry and oppose bills that hurt our interests. As the cost of political campaigns continues to rise, we want to ensure that legislators who support this industry can compete and continue to do good work. For that reason, supporting the IAAP PAC is critically important to the future of our industry, your company, and your Association’s political activities. Please consider sending a donation, payable to the IAAP, to: John Henriksen, Secretary/Treasurer, IAAP PAC, 1115 S. 2nd Street, Springfield, Illinois 62704.

ARTBA Accepting Highway Worker Memorial Scholarship Applications The ARTBA-TDF is now accepting applications for the “Highway Worker Memorial Scholarship Program” for the 2010-2011 academic year. The program provides financial assistance to help the children of highway construction workers killed or permanently disabled in the line of duty pursue post-high school education. Applications are due by March 19. Amount of Scholarships More than $100,000 in financial aid has been awarded to worthy students from around the country since inception of the Highway Worker Memorial Scholarship fund. The scholarships, which are competitive, have a value of up to $3,000. However, an additional category was added, beginning with the fall 2010 academic year. In 2009, English Construction Company, based in Roanoke, Va., made a generous $100,000 contribution to establish a “named” scholarship in honor of the men who initially created the program — Jack and Stan Lanford. The “Lanford Family Scholarship,” which has a value up to $5,000, will be given to those students who have: demonstrated outstanding academic achievement by maintaining a cumulative G.P.A. of 3.5 or higher, provide proof of regular involvement in activities outside the classroom at the institution of higher learning, or submit documentation verifying significant amount of time spent each week working at a job to support tuition and living costs. The scholarship award year is defined as Aug. 1 through July 31 of the following year. Scholarship Award Disbursement Scholarship award money will be deposited by the ARTBA-TDF with the university, college or institution of higher learning to which the student is admitted, accepted and will attend. The award money is credited to an account that is established in the individual’s name at the school. It can be drawn by the recipient for: (a) fees or charges required for tuition; (b) expenses for text books, course work, lab fees and other materials as required by a course instructor (e.g., goggles, art/drawing supplies, glass slides, etc.) for required course assignments or projects; and (c) fees or charges for room and board while attending school.

Scholarship awards are not transferable to another individual or institution and are forfeited by the recipient upon withdrawal from the institution where the scholarship award was disbursed by the ARTBA-TDF, or upon failure to meet the institution’s appropriate standards of academic achievement, conduct, or character. If the recipient is diagnosed postaward by a board-certified medical physician as having a chronic or acute illness or traumatic injury that makes it impossible for the recipient to enter or continue his or her academic studies, the scholarship award money will be held for the recipient’s academic use by the ARTBA-TDF for up to 12 months. A letter from the physician to the ARTBATDF must be received within 60 days of diagnosis. In the event a scholarship recipient’s educational endeavors are interrupted during the scholarship award year because he or she is called to active duty under Title 10 of the United States Code or National Guard Duty in State Status, the scholarship award money will be held for the recipient by the ARTBA-TDF for up to 24 months, unless the time for active duty is extended by the military authority. Any scholarship award recipient leaving the U.S. Armed Services or National Guard duty must reapply for reinstatement of the scholarship moneys or the remaining portion of scholarship moneys within 90 days after severance from duty. Application and Supporting Materials All scholarship candidates must submit the following for consideration: • A completed and signed ARTBATDF Highway Worker Memorial Scholarship application form. • Proof of parent’s death in line of duty. (This may be a newspaper clipping with a date the article appeared, a letter from the deceased parent’s former employer, etc.) • If parent is permanently incapacitated, submit appropriate documentation, including, but not limited to a physician certification form (included in application packet). Must show that disability was work related, along with a statement of injury. • Proof of guardianship if not living with surviving parent. • An official copy of the applicant’s transcript and grade report from the school currently attended or most recently attended. The transcript should list all

grade points earned and academic course work completed to date. • A brief, typewritten statement prepared by the applicant that explains his/her reasons for wanting to continue his/her education accompanied by a recent photo of the student, and a photo of his/her parents. The statement must be updated if applying for second or third year scholarship. By applying for the ARTBA-TDF Highway Worker Memorial Scholarship and providing copies of the statement and photograph, the applicant thereby grants permission for ARTBA-TDF to use the statement and photographs for scholarship-related publicity and promotional purposes. • A completed and signed “Free Application for Federal Student Aid” (FAFSA) forms for the current year. • Applicant must provide a copy of his/her most current year’s federal tax return and a copy of parent’s most current year federal tax return. • A copy of the acceptance letter from the college, university, technical school, etc. where the applicant plans to attend. • A statement providing the approximate cost of annual tuition to attend school where scholarship will be applied. • At least two letters of recommendation from teachers in support of the candidate’s application. Additional letters from a school administrator, counselor, clergy, work or military supervisor, who can address the qualifications and academic aptitude of the applicant, may also be submitted in support of the candidate, although they are not necessary for consideration. Do not send letters of recommendation from immediate family members, close family friends, blood relatives, or relatives by marriage. All applicants are required to satisfy all of the process requirements noted above. Application Due Date Applications must be postmarked by March 19, 2010. Incomplete applications and applications postmarked after March 19, 2010, may be returned to the applicant. All applications and supporting materials will become the property of the ARTBA-TDF. Scholarship awards will be made on or before May 14 of each year. The chairman of the ARTBA-TDF Board of Trustees will make the official announcement of the scholarship winners. All applicants will be notified of the results of the selection Committee in writing. For more information, call 202/2894434 or visit www.artbatdf.org.


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2 DAY AUCTION! Complete Liquidation BRIGG’S EQUIPMENT (Authorized Case Dealer) Phase III FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 26 & SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 27 @ 9:30 AM GREENSBORO, NORTH CAROLINA DIRECTIONS: From Piedmont Triad International Airport: Joseph M Bryan Blvd. 1.2 miles, take exit I-40/ Winston-Salem for .4 miles. Merge onto I-73 S for 2.8 miles., exit 1 to merge onto I-40 E/US-421 S toward Greensboro 1/2 miles. Take exit 213 for Guilford College Rd., turn right at Guilford College Rd., take first left toward S Swing Rd. and continue straight onto S Swing Rd. for .3 miles. Sale site will be on the right. From Winston-Salem: I-40E/ US-311/ US-52S for 2.7 miles and follow I-40E, exit 107A for 19.6 miles, exit 213 for Guilford College Rd., right at Guilford College Rd., 1st left toward S Swing Rd. and continue straight onto S Swing Rd. for .3 miles. Sale site will be on the right. Address: 315 South Swing Road Greensboro, NC 27409. DAY 1 NOTE: Brigg’s Equipment, the largest Case Dealer in North America, is completely selling out and will sell its equipment in 4 phases with phase 3 in this sale absolute unreserved consisting of the best Case Earthmoving, Skid Steers, Mini Excavators, Case Attachments, Case Tooling & Shop Equipment found anywhere. 99% of Day One will consist of: Construction equipment, Attachments, and Equipment parts. DAY 2 NOTE: Day Two will Consist of Mini Excavators, Skid Steers, Attachments, Service Trucks, Pick-up Trucks, and OVER 1,000 LOTS OF SUPPORT EQUIPMENT. JACKS NOTE: This Two Day sale in Greensboro, North Carolina will be a collection of Case Heavy Equipment, Mid size Equipment, Service Trucks, Pick-up Trucks, Trailers, Parts, Shop Tools, and Office Equipment for the Liquidation of 3 North Carolina Stores! EARLY HILITES: ARTICULATED HAUL TRUCKS: Demo Case 330 (30T), LONG REACH EXCAVATORS: 2005 Case CX210LR, 41 HYDRAULIC EXCAVATORS: Unused Case 330, Unused Case CX330, (4) 2005 Case CX330, 2006-2005 Case CX240, Unused Case CX225, (8) 2006-(3) 2005-2002 Case CX210, (2) 2006- 2005-2004 Case CX160, 2006-2005 Case CX135, (2) 2006 Case CX130, (2) 2006 Case CX80R, (2) 2005 Case CX75R, 2006- 2005 Case CX50B, 2005-2004 Case CX47, 2006 –(2) 2005 Case CX36B, Cat 320BL, MOTOR GRADERS: 2006 Norman 65E, RUBBER TIRED LOADER: Case W4, 9 CRAWLER TRACTORS: Demo Case 1650XLT, Unused Case 1650XLT, 2005 Case 1650XLT, Unused Case 1150XLT, (2) 2006 Case 850KLGP, 2006 Case 850KLT, (2) 2006 Case 650KLGP, TRACTOR LOADER BACKHOES: 2005 Case 580 Super M-II (4x4), 6 ASPHALT ROLLERS: 2005 Hamm HD70HV, 2005-(3) 2004 Hamm HD12, Hamm HD12, 13 VIBRATORY ROLLERS: 2007-(3) 2006 Hamm 3410, (3) 2006-(3) 2005 Hamm 3307, (3) 2005 Hamm 3205, 12 TRENCH ROLLERS: (5) 2006-(4) 2005-(2) 2004 Wacker RT82SC (remote), 2006 Dynapac LP8500, 2 PNEUMATIC ROLLERS: (2) 2005 Basic 700, 7 RUBBER TRACKED SKID STEERS: (3) Unused Case 445CT, (2) 2006 Case 450CT, 2006 Takeuchi TL150, 2006 Takeuchi TL140, 2 SKID STEERS: 2006 Case 445HVAC, 2005 Case 440, 6 TELESCOPIC FORKLIFTS: (2) 2003 Lull 844C-42, (3) 2006 Lull 644E-42, Lull 644D, ROUGH TERRAIN FORKLIFTS: Case 586E, 5 FORKLIFTS: Yale GTP100MGNBE, Yale GP050RGE85, Yale 5,000lb., Yale 3,000lb., Toyota 2FG30-40046, 2 SCISSOR LIFTS: Genie

24ft., Genie 18ft., 5 LIGHT PLANTS: (4) 2006 Genie TML4000N, 2006 Wacker LTC4L, MESSAGE BOARD: 2002 ICC WTLMB-SLL, PUMPS: 2001 ICC 3in., WATER TRUCKS: 1998 Mack CH613 (s/a), 4 SWEEPERS: (2) 2007 Laymor 8HC, 2007-2005 Superior DT80C, 5 SERVICE TRUCKS: 2006-2005 Ford F750 (s/a), (3) 2005 Ford F650 (s/a), 2 PICKUPS: 2003-2000 Ford F150, TAGALONG TRAILERS: New Interstate 20TDA 10 Ton (t/a), ATTACHMENTS: Skid Steers: New 72in.-66in.-60in. Buckets, New Hay Spears, New Grapples, New 48in. Forks, New Stump Bucket, Forks, Cold Planers, Dozer Blade, Hydr. Stabilizers, Excavators: New 5600 & 4800 Thumbs, Werk Brau Buckets, Large Qty. NPK Breakers, Hammers, NPK Tamper, NPK Grapples, Buckets, Loaders: Stacking Rake, Fleco Rake, Tree Boom, Forks, Crawlers: Root Rakes, Laser System, Motor Grader: Noram 65E front Scarifier, Forklifts: 80in. Buckets for Case 686G, Backhoes: Bucket Mtd. Flip Over Forks, (2) Werk Brau 24in.-(2) 12in. Buckets, Rollers: 66in. Shell Kit for Hamm 3307, SUPPORT EQUIPMENT: Air Breaker for 185CFM Compressor, Pressure Washers: 2010 Easy Kleen Magnum 4000, 2010 Easy Kleen Magnum Plus, (2) 2010 Easy Kleen Magnum Gold. DAY 2: 14 HYDRAULIC EXCAVATORS: 2006-2005 Case CX210, 2006-(2) 2005 Case CX160, 2004 Case CX135, 2006 Case CX130, 2006 Case CX80R, 2006-2005 Case CX50B, (2) 2006-2005 Case CX36B, 2 CRAWLER TRACTORS: 2006 Case 650KLGP, 2005 Case 650KLGP, 4 VIBRATORY ROLLERS: 2007-2006 Hamm 3410, 2005 Hamm 3307, 2005 Hamm 3205, 4 TRENCH ROLLERS: (2) 2007-2006-2004 Wacker RT82SC, ASPHALT EQUIPMENT: (2) 2008 Wilspread 334ST Shoulder Machines, 3 RUBBER TRACKED SKID STEERS: (2) 2006 Case 450CT, 2006 Case 445CT, TELESCOPIC FORKLIFTS: 2006 Lull 644E-42, SWEEPER: 2007 Laymor 8HC, 5 SERVICE TRUCKS: (2) 2005 Ford F750, (3) 2005 Ford F650, Consists of 3 Complete Briggs Shops in the Carolinas approximately 1000 lots: Large Quantity of: Case diagnostic equipment; Case Service and Parts manuals; Miller electric and wire feed welders; welding curtains, helmets, hoses, leads, and supplies; service truck air compressors; shop air compressors and vacuums; shop tools; chain hoists; floor jacks; battery chargers; jack stands; air-tools; air powered grease guns; hose reels; hydraulic pin presses; drill presses; electric wheel grinders; electric tools; OTC-specialty tools; OTC-engine stands; glass bead machines; hydraulic cylinder stand; hose making machines with dies; mechanics creeper; pedestal and floor fans; pallet jacks; portable filter carts; safety cones; wheelbarrows; warehouse storage racking; parts shelves; rolling shop stairs; Port-A-Cool Portable Shop A/C unit; Stanley Vidmar cabinets; nuts; bolt; 0-rings…..etc. Also: Large Quantity of: Office equipment; Office furniture; Office cubicles; ice machines; garbage pails; BBQ grills; and all your office needs! NC FIRM # 5682, NC AUCTIONEER Jack Lyon SALE SITE PHONE: (315) 559-5900

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Alex Lyon & Son Kicks Off Florida Auctions in Kissimmee

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lex Lyon & Son again kicked off the annual Florida Auctions in Kissimmee. The eight-day sale, which ran from Jan. 31 to Feb. 7, featured nearly 7,500 items, including a vast array of late model aerial lifts, construction and support equipment and trucks and trailers. see LYON page 90

These three family members were in Orlando on vacation, but Bryan Yesh of Yesh Metals in Sherwood, Mich., couldn’t help but visit the auction site to shop for equipment and bring Sherry Harrier from Union City, Mich., (L) and Deb Dykens from Battle Creek, Mich., along for the ride.

Larry Behrenwald, chairman of AIS Construction Equipment, keeps tabs on what the dozers were going for at the eight-day sale.

Bud Pecoy of Mid Country Machinery stops for a quick picture between bidding. Alex Lyon & Son consistently drew big crowds for all eight days of its late model aerial lifts, construction and support equipment, truck and trailer auction.

Deanna and Robert Sedam of Franklin, Ind., are on the lookout for a backhoe. Ringman Mike Powers calls for more bids on the dozers.


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Tuscaloosa, AL,

7 Demo Unused 2008 Forestry ASV PT100’s

March 6, 2010 - 9:30 am

Black Warrior Auction will be conducting a Late model Construction Equipment, Logging Equipment, Truck and Trailer Auction Saturday March 6th, 2010 in Tuscaloosa, AL. Sale will start at 9:30 a.m. Black Warrior Auction will be selling equipment for: GE Commercial Finance, Wells Fargo Financial, First National Bank, Central Leasing, Peoples Bank, plus many local area contractors and Finance Companies. Skid Steers 2008 ASV PT100 s/n PTJ04078, forestry model, cab with air conditioning, rubber tracks, aux hydraulics, unused 2008 ASV PT100 s/n PTJ04079, forestry model, cab with air conditioning, rubber tracks, aux hydraulics, unused 2008 ASV PT100 s/n PTJ04080, forestry model, cab with air conditioning, rubber tracks, aux hydraulics, unused 2008 ASV PT100 s/n PTJ04081, forestry model, cab with air conditioning, rubber tracks, aux hydraulics, unused 2008 ASV PT100 s/n PTJ04082, forestry model, cab with air conditioning, rubber tracks, aux hydraulics, unused 2008 ASV PT100 s/n PTJ04083, forestry model, cab with air conditioning, rubber tracks, aux hydraulics, unused 2008 ASV PT100 s/n PTJ04085, forestry model, cab with air conditioning, rubber tracks, aux hydraulics, unused 2008 ASV PT100 s/n PTD03965, cab with air conditioning, rubber tracks, aux hydraulics, unused 2008 ASV PT100 s/n PTD03966, cab with air conditioning, rubber tracks, aux hydraulics, unused 2004 ASV RC100 s/n RSD01051, cab with air conditioning, rubber tracks, aux hydraulics 2005 ASV RCV s/n RSG00306orops, rubber tracks, aux hydraulics 2004 ASV RC85 s/n RSF00453, orops, rubber tracks, aux hydraulics 2008 ASV PT80 s/n PTI01273, orops, rubber tracks, aux hydraulics, unused 2008 ASV PT80 s/n PTI01274, orops, rubber tracks, aux hydraulics, unused 2008 ASV PT80 s/n PTI01286, orops, rubber tracks, aux hydraulics, unused 2008 ASV PT70 s/n PTH00697, orops, rubber tracks, aux hydraulics, unused 2008 ASV PT70 s/n PTH00698, orops, rubber tracks, aux hydraulics, unused 2008 ASV PT70 s/n PTH00699, orops, rubber tracks, aux hydraulics, unused 2008 ASV PT60 s/n PTE02460, orops, rubber tracks, aux hydraulics, unused 2005 ASV RC60 s/n RSE01434, orops, rubber tracks, aux hydraulics 2005 ASV RC50 s/n RSC01801, orops, rubber tracks, aux hydraulics Trenchers 1997 Vermeer V8550 s/n 1000538, 4x4, ride on trencher 1999 Vermeer V4150 s/n 1VRF0820851000718, 4x4, ride on trencher w/ back hoe attachment, 524 hours 2003 Vermeer RT100 s/n 1VRX051F331000689, walk behind trencher Barreto s/n 1B9USO614XL280274, walk behind trencher w/ trailer Man Lifts 1995 Snorkelift UNO41G s/n 9534671295, 4x4, dual fuel Fork Lifts 1997 IngersollRand VR90B s/n 151310, 9000lb, 4x4, shooting boom Taylor Y24BWO s/n 5369828, cab, 24000lb straight mast, s/s, Detroit diesel engine Mechanical Brooms 2005 Laymor SM8C s/n 2969012, c/a, Cummins diesel engine, 8ft broom, water system, 1,100 hours Broce RJ300 s/n 87513, c/a, John Deere diesel engine, 8ft broom, water system Backhoes 2002 John Deere 310G orops, gp bucket 1995 John Deere 710D s/n 806733, orops, gp bucket, extend-a-hoe 1987 Case 580K s/n JJG0013123, orops, gp bucket Compactors 2004 IngersollRand SD45D TF s/n 178597, canopy, 54” smooth drum w/ padfoot shell kit, 254 hours Asphalt Pavers 2001 Lee Boy 8500 s/n 02723, 8’screed, diesel engine Off Road Trucks Volvo A25 s/n 4078, 25ton haul truck Motor Graders 2008 Sany PQ160IIIA s/n 08PY00590112, c/a, 12ft sliding mold board, 85 hours 2004 Caterpillar 140H s/n CCA00644, c/a, 12ft sliding mold board, scarifier, 4,387 hours Rubber T i r e d L o a d e r s 1985 Caterpillar 988B s/n 50W7357, cab, forks with top clamp 2000 Caterpillar 924GZ s/n 6YW310, c/a, gp bucket 2003 John Deere 544H s/n 586301, orops, gp bucket Crawler Tractors 1980 Caterpillar D8K s/n 77V14660, orops, st blade 1974 Caterpillar D7F s/n 94N8693, orops, shear blade 1997 Caterpillar D5C s/n 7PS0406, orops, 6way blade 1994 John Deere 650G LGP s/n 796553, orops, 6way blade Dresser TD15E s/n 8310, orops, st/tilt blade

Special Auctioneer’s note: All bidders who register on sale day with their bank letter of guaranty will be entered in a $2,500.00 cash drawing to be given away during the auction, also all registered bidders will receive a free lunch!!! Make your plans today for this great opportunity to buy some great late model equipment.

1996 Ford F150 s/n 1FTEF15N2TLA05380, gas engine, auto trans 1997 Ford F150 s/n 1FTDX18W0VN026466, gas engine, auto trans 1984 Ford F250 s/n 1FTEF25Y3ENA04732, diesel engine, auto trans 1999 Ford F250 s/n 1FTNX20L7XEC04332, diesel engine, auto trans 2005 Toyota Tacoma s/n 3TMMU52N95M001194, crew cab, 4x4, auto trans, 110,207 miles

Excavators 1999 Kobelco SK400LC s/n YSU0491, c/a, 52” bucket 2004 Kobelco SK330LC s/n YC07U0873, c/a, 48” bucket 1995 Komatsu PC300LC-5 s/n A30170, cab, 48” bucket 1999 John Deere 270LC s/n 070527, c/a, 48” bucket, manual thumb Hitachi EX270LC s/n 1586001, cab, 42” bucket 2007 Terex TC48 s/n TC00480236, canopy, 18” bucket, 3rd valve, rubber tracks, backfill blade, 388 hours 2007 Terex TC35E s/n TC035E0195, canopy, 15” bucket, 3rd valve, rubber tracks, backfill blade, 9 hours 2007 Terex TC35E s/n TC035E0192, canopy, 15” bucket, 3rd valve, rubber tracks, backfill blade, 6 hours 2007 Terex TC16 s/n TC00160433, canopy, 12” bucket, 3rd valve, rubber tracks, backfill blade, 4 hours Shaker Screens 2008 Astec ProSizer 2612V s/n 082940, mobile screening plant, dual deck vari-vibe high frequency screen, horizontal shaft impactor crusher, 969 hours 2007 Screen Machine Spyder 516T s/n JG1993, self propelled, Cummins diesel engine, 5x16 double deck two bearing system, 48” wide impact bed belt feeder, 1,408 hours 2006 Screen Machine 107T s/n JF1976, self propelled, Cummins diesel engine, dual 7ft shaker screens, 273 hours 2006 Screen Machine 107D s/n JF1072, towable, Caterpillar diesel engine, dual 7ft shaker screens, 133 hours 2007 Tiger Screen 55D s/n JG1986, pintle hitch, Yanmar diesel engine, 5ft x 5ft double deck shaker screen, 32 hours 2007 Tiger Screen 55D s/n JG1987, pintle hitch, Yanmar diesel engine, 5ft x 5ft double deck shaker screen, 19 hours 2007 Screen Machine Might II s/n JG2111, pintle hitch, shredder/trommel screen, Yanmar diesel engine, 3ft x 4ft trommel screen, 15 hours Rock Crushers 2009 KPI-JCI FT4250 s/n 409560, impact crusher, self propelled, 440hp Caterpillar diesel engine, 42”x50” feed opening, overload protection system, vibrating grizzly feeder, 746 hours 2008 KPI-JCI FT2650 s/n 408783, self propelled, 300hp Caterpillar diesel engine, 26”x50” feed opening, vanguard jaw, overload protection system, vibrating grizzly feeder, 1,022 hours Conveyers 2007 Screen Machine CH40 s/n JG2128, belt conveyor, 40ft w/ 24” belt 2007 Screen Machine CH30 s/n JG2086, belt conveyor, 30ft w/ 18” belt Vac Tr a i l e r s Vermeer PMD555DT s/n 81210, pintle hitch, t/a, Yanmar diesel engine, 550CFM vacuum pump, 500 gallon debris tank Vermeer FM350DT s/n 87106, pintle hitch, t/a, Yanmar diesel engine, hydraulically driven valve exerciser, 300 gallon debris tank Ser vice Trucks Ford F550 s/n 94638, diesel engine, auto trans, utility body Truck Tractors 2000 IHC 9200 s/n 2HSCEHMR6YC040124, sleeper truck, t/a, Detroit diesel engine, 10sp Fuller trans, engine brake, pro sleeper, w/ PK 14080 compact loader, air susp 2000 IHC 9200 s/n 2HSCEAMRXYC029529, sleeper truck, t/a, Detroit diesel engine, 10sp trans, air susp 2004 IHC 9400i s/n 3HSCNASR14N090263, sleeper truck, t/a, 435 Cat diesel engine, 10sp Fuller trans, air susp 1998 IHC 9300 s/n 2HSFBAMR4WC046894, sleeper truck, t/a, Detroit diesel engine, 10sp trans, air susp 1981 IHC 2574 s/n 1HTCA2575BGB18010, day cab, Cummins diesel engine, wet kit, Hendrickson susp 2000 Freightliner Classic s/n 1FUPCXZB4YLF87327, sleeper truck, 435 Cat diesel engine, 10sp Fuller trans, engine brake, condo sleeper, wet kit, air susp, aluminum wheels 1999 Freightliner FL112 s/n 1FUYTWDB8XHA55179, day cab, Cat diesel engine, 10sp Fuller trans, wet kit, aluminum wheels 1999 Freightliner FLD 120 s/n 1FUYDDYB6XL960218, sleeper truck, t/a, Cummins diesel engine, 10sp trans, air susp 1998 Freightliner s/n 2FUYDSEB5WA888439, sleeper truck, t/a, Detroit diesel engine, 13sp Fuller trans, engine brake, air susp 1989 Mack R690ST s/n 1M2N277Y6KW008233, day cab, 300 Mack diesel engine, camel back susp, aluminum wheels 1985 Mack 688ST s/n 2M2N187Y2FC006893, day cab, Mack diesel engine, Fuller trans, wet kit, camel back susp

1984 Mack R686ST s/n 1M2N179Y0EA088081, day cab, 300 Mack diesel engine, wet kit, camel back susp Mack R686ST s/n 28263, day cab, Mack diesel engine, wet kit, camel back susp Mack R685ST s/n 73302,, day cab, Mack diesel engine, wet kit, camel back susp Dump Trucks 2006 IHC 5900i s/n 1HTXRAPT26J288166, tri-axle, 475 Cummins engine, 10sp Fuller trans, 20k front, 46k rear, Hendrickson susp, 16ft 21yd hard Ox Body dump, electric tarp, air lift 3rd axle, double frame, engine brake, 117k miles 2006 IHC 5900i s/n 1HTXRAPTX6J262883, tri-axle, 475 Cummins engine, 10sp Fuller trans, 20k front, 46k rear, Hendrickson susp, 16ft 21yd hard Ox Body dump, electric tarp, air lift 3rd axle, double frame, engine brake, 118k miles 1995 Volvo tri-axle, Volvo diesel engine, 46k rear, 8LL Fuller trans, 170k miles 1981 Mack R686S s/n 1M2P141Y8BA001123, t/a dump, 285 Mack diesel engine, camel back susp Crawler Dumps Morooka MST2200 s/n 22486, crawler dump, rubber tracks, 4,986 hours Morooka MST1500 s/n 151171, crawler dump, rubber tracks, 3,840 hours Specialty Trucks 1994 Kenworth T800 s/n 1XKDDE9X8RJ636244, water truck, t/a, 2500gal tank, front and rear spray Ford L8000 s/n U81HVC17468, crane truck, Cat diesel engine, 10ton R&O crane 1989 Ford F8000 s/n 1FDPK84A4KVA56812, cab & chassis, diesel engine, 5sp trans Capacity s/n 3958, spotter truck, s/a, diesel engine Skidders 2008 John Deere 648H s/n 613652, c/a, d/f grapple, winch, 30.5 tires, 3,700 hours 2006 John Deere 648GIII s/n 606805, c/a, d/f grapple, winch, 30.5 tires 2000 John Deere 648GIII s/n 577343, c/a, s/f grapple, winch, 30.5 tires 1996 John Deere 648G s/n 554632, c/a, s/f grapple, winch, 30.5 tires 2004 John Deere 748GIII s/n 593953, c/a, d/f grapple, winch, 30.5 tires 2001 Timberjack 460D s/n 581032, c/a, s/f grapple, winch, 30.5 tires 2000 Timberjack 460C s/n 10EB1510, c/a, d/f grapple, winch, 30.5 tires 1995 Timberjack 450C, c/a, s/f grapple, winch, 28L tires Feller Bunchers 2004 John Deere 843H s/n 882310, c/a, Waratah FD22 saw head, 28L tires 2000 John Deere 843H s/n 880159, c/a, Waratah FD20 saw head 2007 HydroAx 670 s/n HA19109, c/a, Waratah TD22 saw head, 67x34 tires Log Loaders 1998 Timberjack 635 s/n 982131, high cab, live heel, mounted on tracked carrier 2003 Prentice 384 s/n 58994, c/a, w/ CTR 450 delimber, trailer mounted Prentice 410E s/n 53039, c/a, w/ CTR delimber, trailer mounted 1998 Timberjack 430 s/n 982164, c/a, w/ Hudson delimber, trailer mounted Golf Carts and Motorcycles 2009 Club Car XRT1550 s/n SX0842-971285, 4x4, 2 seater, gas engine, manual dump bed, lift kit, 62 hours 2009 Club Car XRT950 s/n KZ0918-019941, 4x4, gas engine, manual dump bed, lift kit, 15 hours 2009 Club Car XRT850 s/n JZ0917-019382, gas engine, lift kit, 15 hours 2009 Club Car XRT850 s/n JY0917-018970, electric, w/ charger, lift kit 1994 Harley Davidson s/n 1HD1BKL17RY042869, Soft Tail Heritage Pickups and Autos 1988 Jeep Wrangler s/n 2BCHV81JXJB515003, 4cyl gas engine, 4x4 GMC C30 s/n CCL337V139734, gas engine, flat bed 2002 GMC Sonoma s/n 1GTCS145428114378, gas engine

Tr a i l e r s 2006 Fontaine s/n 13N24830661837284, step deck, 48x102, aluminum composition, spread axle 1999 Fontaine s/n 13N248307X1585022, step deck, 48x102, spread axle, dove tail 1995 Pitts LB60 s/n 736995, fixed neck, three axle, hydraulic ramps 2006 Big Tex s/n 16VLX202262E12804, t/a car hauler w/warn winch 2002 Utility s/n 1UYFS24832A746103, 48x102 flatbed 1996 Utility s/n 1UYVS2482TP679519, 48ft van tailer 1993 Monon s/n 1NNVA5321PM178954, 53ft van trailer 2005 ITI DCS45 s/n 1Z92C45225T199281, chip trailer, 45ft, t/a, aluminum wheels 2006 Better Built s/n 4MNFB182261001649, 6ton, t/a, tilt bed 2006 Big Tex s/n 16VLX202262E12804, t/a car hauler, w/ warn winch 2004 Better Built s/n 4MNFB101741001551, 5x12 utility trailer Shop Built 4 bolster log trailer Georgia Built 4 bolster log trailer s/n 79-840 Palmer TA26 26ft steel dump, Farm Tractors 1981 John Deere 4640 s/n 024587, c/a, rear duals John Deere 2440 s/n 261601, diesel engine, 3pt hitch 2007 Tafe 5040 s/n 278053, 4x4, diesel engine, w/ loader, gp bucket, 3pt hitch, 60 hours 2003 New Holland 3415 s/n 24438, diesel engine, 3pt hitch Mahindra C4005 s/n FP292, diesel engine, 3pt hitch, w/ loader, gp bucket Attachments and Misc. (4) Gyro Trac Toma-ax 500 HF grinding heads to fit skid steers (4) Construction attachments grinding heads to fit skid steers Varning 78” gp skid steer bucket (11) Varning 72” gp skid steer buckets (6) Varning 67” gp skid steer buckets (2) Varning 72” grapple rock buckets to fit skid steer Varning 66” grapple rock bucket to fit skid steer Varning 78” grapple bucket to fit skid steer (2) Varning 72” grapple buckets to fit skid steer (2) Varning 66” grapple buckets to fit skid steer (3) Constructio n attachments 4in1 buckets to fit skid steer (4) Varning pallet forks to fit skid steers (3) push blades to fit skid steers Edge rock picker to fit skid steer (2) Lowe trenchers to fit skid steer Mclaughlin backfill auger Implemax silt fence plow Bradco backfill auger Vermeer backfill auger Varning auger attachment to fit skid steer Terra stump grinder to fit skid steer Amerequip backhoe attachment to fit skid steer Vermeer grapple Kincaid hay blower s/n SBA0509142 (4) new 30.5 skidder tires (4) new 28L skidder tires (4) used 28L sidder tires (8) new 11R24.5 truck tires (8) new 11R22.5 truck tires Cushman Truckster s/n 2156, utility cart, gas engine, 4sp trans, manual dump bed Cushman SprayTek s/n 788, spray rig, gas engine, 6ft boom, spray tank IngersollRand L6 s/n 450403130, light plant Whitco 4-300H s/n 203-118, pressure washer, mounted on t/a trailer, w/ 200gal water supply tank (2) 2006 Gulf Stream FEMA camper, unused, queen bed, bunk beds, full size refrigerator, stove, holding tank WMI 4826D 42” sod installer (3) Unused Easy Kleen Magnum Gold, 4000psi hot water pressure washers 2006 Grouser Products s/n 00275, 6way dozer blade to fit skid steer Solesbee 54” excavator thumb Solesbee 56” excavator thumb (2) quich attach boom poles Kent KF9 3000lb hydraulic hammer to fit backhoe Case backhoe attachment to fit skid steer (2) 8x20 Job site trailers Rake to fit Cat D7 Salvage Items 2000 Kenworth T600 s/n 846556, sleeper truck, Detroit diesel engine, Unit Does Not Run 2005 Freightliner s/n 96427, sleeper truck, Detroit diesel engine, Unit missing engine parts

This is a partial listing only, if you are interested in a particular piece of equipment please call and make sure that it will be available on sale day.

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Auction Draws Sizable Attendance of Buyers and Sellers LYON from page 88

Ken Byrd (L), president, and Carlos Guzman, regional sales manager, both of Dominion Rubber Tracks, said they were very pleased with the attendance they experienced at their display area during the annual winter sale.

These towering aerial lifts were just a small portion of the equipment for sale at Alex Lyon & Son’s heavy equipment auction in Kissimmee, Fla.

Tom Couser (L) and Chad Ketelsen, both of Alex Lyon & Son, are ready to answer any questions bidders may have about the excavators going up for bid.

AEI Services, which provides equipment inspections at auctions, examines the condition of a 2005 Mantis 10010MX crawler crane for a prospective bidder.

Les Hull of Hull’s 151 implement, Waupun, Wisc., pores through the list of wheel loaders going up for bid.

Tom Hribar, president of Hribar Corp., Sturtevant, Wisc., makes another truck sale.


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2001 Euclid EH700

Austin Wesson Portable Crusher

Canica 95 VSI Portable Crusher

Caterpillar 623B

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Derrick 2E48-120W-4A Fines

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Hy-Ram HR Series Sports ‘Streetwise’Oil, Gas Operation Allied construction Products LLC’s HyRam HR Series hydraulic impact hammer has “streetwise” attributes like an oil and gas operation that increases efficiency, a longer piston stroke for higher impact power and an auto-stop system to prevent “blank firing.” Allied has combined performance, efficiency and reliability in its all-new boommounted Hy-Ram impact hammer. With continuous improvements over the years, the Allied Hy-Ram still uses the same simple, proven design that first gained industry-wide acceptance for the hydraulic hammer concept, according to the manufacturer. Oil and Gas Operation One of the many features that contribute to the efficiency of the Allied Hy-Ram is the oil and gas operation. The Allied design of gas-assist using low pressure nitrogen improves the efficiency by reducing demand on the carrier’s hydraulic system. There is no dependency on hydraulic accumulators. The accumulators are merely used to eliminate hydraulic “spikes.” And, pressurized oil is always present at the bottom of the piston, which prevents internal cavitation. Another feature that contributes to the reliability of the Allied Hy-Ram is the longstroke design, which minimizes recoil, reduces vibration and eliminates mechanical springs, according to the manufacturer. The Allied medium and large Hy-Rams also have an automatic Auto-Stop feature that prevents blank-firing once the demolition tool has penetrated through the material being broken and downpressure is no longer applied. Durable Housing Design The Allied Hy-Rams feature a durable housing design that suspends the internal working body inside a full-box enclosure to protect the hammer, reduce noise and minimize vibration and wear to the carrier. The durable housing design is enclosed at the bottom and incorporates a heavy-duty Hardox rock claw. HyRams also can have an optional AutoLube mounted on the hammer housing, which is an automatic lubrication system that dispenses lubricant by the hammer’s vibration. The AutoLube uses a high-grade chisel paste in handy replaceable cartridges. Installation Kits The Hy-Ram, which operates off of the carrier’s hydraulic system, requires an installation kit in order to be mounted on the backhoe/loader, excavator or similar carrier. Allied offers more than 2,500 installation

kits to fit virtually every make and model carrier. The advantages of the all-new Hy-Rams include: • Full-box enclosure protects hammer and reduces noise • Shock-absorbing polyurethane acoustical inserts increase carrier endurance • Larger gas chamber ensures higher impact power

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Allied’s Hy-Ram HR Series hydraulic impact hammer has “streetwise” attributes like an oil and gas operation.

• Autocontrol automatically regulates blow energy and frequency (HR 150 through HR 1200) • Main Internal Control Valve System with large oil circuit generates low heat and operates with high-efficiency • Autogrease system eliminates the need for manual greasing (HR 200 through HR 1200) • Accumulator reduces stress on hydraulic components (HR 75 and larger) • Durable housing incorporating heavyduty rock claw (Hardox) • Dual retainer bars extend retainer and tool life • Long-stroke maximizes energy and minimizes recoil • Heat-treated tool for longer life The large, medium, small and mini-size Hy-Ram models are available in 12 different models ranging from working weights of 265 to 8,375 lbs. (120 to 3,799 kg) and tool diameters of 1.77 to 6.88 in. (4.5 to 17 cm). For more information, call 216/431-2600 or visit www.AlliedCP.com.

EQUIPMENT HIGHLIGHTS : Excavator: ‘95 CAT 312 Crawler Loader: CAT 955L Trencher: ‘07 Ditch Witch 1820 Walk Behind Trencher Forklifts: Heli FD100; Daewoo D35S Road Tractors: '00 Mack CH613 T/A; '98 Freightliner FL70 S/A; ’95 Freightliner FLD T/A; '95 IHC 9400 S/A; '81 IHC F2275 T/A Bucket Trucks: ’98 Ford F-Series 40’ Dump Trucks: ‘04 Chevrolet C6500 12' Chip Body; ’01 IHC 4700 Flatbed; ’99 Mack CH612 12’ S/A; ’92 IHC 4900; '91 GMC TopKick S/A Box Trucks: '06 GMC C6500; '05 GMC C7500 TopKick; (3) '08-'05 GMC G3500; (4) '06-'05 GMC C5500 TopKick; ’04 IHC 4200; ‘01 IHC 4700; ’00 Mitsubishi FE 16’; ’99 Mitsubishi FH 20’ Flatbed Trucks: ’05 Chevy C7500 18’ Cab & Chassis: (2) ’05 Chevy C7500 Specialty Trucks: ‘06 Ford F450 XLT Super Duty Wrecker; ’05 IHC 4300; ’90 Mack RB690S T/A Roll Off; ’80 Chevy Bruin Grapple Truck Step Vans: ’93 Chevy P30 Ser vice Trucks: '02 Freightliner FL70 16' Flatbed; '01 Ford F350 Super Duty XL; ‘97 IHC 4700; ’96 Ford F250; ’96 IHC; ’95 Chevy 3500 Pickup Trucks: ’93 Dodge Dakota Trailers: ‘88 Kentucky Enclosed Car Carrier; ‘87 Eager Beaver Tri-Axle Tag Equipment; ‘96 Vermeer Directional; ‘92 East Dump

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ALEX LYON & SON AUCTIONEERS www.lyonauction.com Phone: 315-633-2944 • Greensboro, NC Fri.-Sat., February 26-27, 2010 For: Very Large Complete Liquidation Earthmoving, Support Equipment, Trucks & Trailers • Queretero, Mexico Fri., March 2, 2010 For: Large Construction, Aerial Equipment, Support Equipment & More. • Syracuse, NY Thurs., March 4, 2010 For: Complete Liquidation of Major Trucking Company. Truck Tractors, Trailers, Support Equipment • Sacramento (Galt), CA Sat., March 6, 2010 For: Large Rental Return Auction of Late Model Bobcat, Takeuchi, JCB Compact Construction and Support Equipment • Cleveland, OH Sat, March 13, 2010 For: Complete Liquidation Dump Trucks, Truck Tractors, Support and Construction Equipment • Manassas, VA Thurs., March 18, 2010 For: Late Model Cat & John Deere Earthmoving Equipment, Trucks & Trailers • Atlanta, GA Fri, March 19, 2010 For: Large Rental Return Auction of Large Quantity of JCB Hyd. Excavators, Telescopics, Aerial Lifts, Backhoes & Support Equipment • Columbus, OH Sat., March 20, 2010 For: 2 Auctions in 1 Day! Complete Liquidation of Briggs Equipment plus Complete Liquidation of former New Holland Authorized Dealership • Houston, TX Wed., March 24, 2010 For: Rental Fleet Construction, Support, Aerials, Forklifts, Trucks & Trailers • Atlantic City, NJ Thurs.-Sat, March 25-27, 2010 For: Annual 3 Day Construction, Aerial, Forklift, Support, Truck & Trailer Auction • Monterey, Mexico Fri., April 9, 2010 For: Large Complete Liquidation of Construction, Aerial Equipment, Support and More • Scranton, PA Sun., April 11, 2010 For: Late Model Truck Wreckers, Truck Tractors, Van Trailers, Enormous Amounts of Take Out Engines, etc…

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DEANCO AUCTIONS www.deancoauction.com Phone: 601-656-9768 • Philadelphia, MS Wed. - Fri., March 24-26, 2010 • Philadelphia, MS Wed. - Thurs., May 26-27, 2010 • Philadelphia, MS Thurs., July 15, 2010 JAMES G. MURPHY INC. AUCTIONEERS www.murphyauction.com Phone: 800-426-3008 • Kenmore, WA Sat., March 20, 2010 For: Contractors Equipment, Heavy Trucks & Trailers, Cars, Pickups, SUVs and Vans HUNYADY AUCTION COMPANY www.hunyady.com Phone: 800-233-6898 • Farmingdale, NJ Thurs., March 25, 2010 For: Pillar Bros Construction Corp. – Surplus Equipment • New Orleans, LA Wed., April 7, 2010 For: Sealed Bid Auction INSIGHT AUCTIONEERS www.insightauction.com Phone: 863-386-1225 • Sebring, FL Saturday, March 13, 2010 • Sebring, FL Saturday, May 15, 2010 • Sebring, FL Saturday, July 17, 2010 • Sebring, FL Saturday, September 18, 2010 JOSEPH FINN CO., INC. www.josephfinn.com Phone: 617-964-1886 • Holbrook, MA Thurs., February 25, 2010 For: Loaders, Boom Crane, Grader, Excavator, Dump Trucks, Trailers, Plows, Skid Steer GLOBAL FORCE AUCTION GROUP www.gforceauction.com Phone: 877-631-0650 • West Friendship, MD Sat., February 27, 2010 For: Maryland Contractor and Truck Auction IRAY AUCTIONS www.iraymn.com Phone: 320-968-7230 • Foley, MN Fri., March 5, 2010

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• Lebanon, TN Sat., September 18, 2010 • Lebanon, TN Sat., December 11, 2010 SAPERSTEIN CO. AUCTIONEERS & APPRAISERS www.pesco.com Phone: 800-660-6553 • Holbrook, MA Thurs., February 25, 2010 For: Construction Equipment, Trucks & Trailers TAMPA MACHINERY AUCTION, INC. www.tmauction.com Phone: 813-986-2485 • Tampa, FL Sat., March 13, 2010 • Tampa, FL Sat., April 10, 2010 • Tampa, FL Sat., May 8, 2010 • Tampa, FL Sat., June 12, 2010 • Tampa, FL Sat., July 10, 2010 • Tampa, FL Sat., August 14, 2010 • Tampa, FL Sat., September 11, 2010 • Tampa, FL Sat., October 9, 2010 • Tampa, FL Sat., November 13, 2010 • Tampa, FL Sat., December 11, 2010 UTILITY AUCTIONS www.utilityauctions.net Phone: 302-530-9103 • Wilmington, DE Fri., February 26, 2010 For: Construction, Utility & Forestry Auction WESTERN CONSTRUCTION AUCTIONS INC. www.wca-online.com Phone: 760-731-7760 • Larchwood, IA Sat., March 27, 2010 For: Construction Equipment WOLFE INDUSTRIAL AUCTIONS, INC. www.wolfeauctions.com Phone: 800-443-9580 • Romney, W VA Fri., March 6, 2010 For: South Branch Construction • York Springs, PA Fri., March 12, 2010 For: Southern PA Contractors Auction • New Freedom, PA Fri., March 18, 2010 For: Farm Equip Auction • Frederick, MD Fri., April 23, 2010 For: MidAtlantic Contractors Auction


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2 MAJOR CONTRACTOR’S AUCTION LATE MODEL CAT & JOHN DEERE EARTHMOVING EQUIPMENT, AERIALS & FORKLIFTS, TRUCKS & TRAILERS.

Rappahannock Construction Company, Inc. MANASSAS, VIRGINIA (PRINCE WILLIAM COUNTY FAIRGROUNDS) THURSDAY, MARCH 18 @ 9:30 AM DIRECTIONS: From Washington, DC and Points North: I-395 S to I-495 N; follow I-495 N to I-66 W: follow I-66 W to Virginia Rt. 234 S (Bypass), exit 44; follow Virginia Rt. 234 S (Bypass) to the fifth traffic light (Business 234), turn left; go 1 mile to the Fair Grounds entrance on the left. From Richmond, VA and Points South and East: Take I-95 north to Virginia Rt. 234 north, (Dumfries Road) exit 152; follow Virginia Rt. 234 14 miles to Business Rt. 234, turn right; 1 mile to the Fair Grounds entrance on the left. Address: Off Business Rt. 234, Manassas, VA 20108. Physical Address: 10624 Dumfries Road, Manassas, VA 20112 NOTE: RCCI, A major contracting firm in the Virginia area, having completed several large, municipal jobs is selling equipment used on those jobs along with one other major contractor. HILITES: 5 ARTICULATED HAUL TRUCKS: (2) 2006 Cat 725, (3) Volvo A25C, 13 HYDRAULIC EXCAVATORS: 2003 Cat 345BL, 2002 Cat 330C, 2006 Cat 325DL, 2006 Hitachi ZX450LC, 2007-(2) 2006 Hitachi ZX350LC, (2) Hitachi ZX330LC, Hitachi ZX230, Hitachi ZX160, 2005 Bobcat 322, 2004 IHI 30NX, MOTOR GRADERS: 2006 Cat 120H, 4 MOTOR SCRAPERS: Cat 627B, (3) Cat 621F, RUBBER TIRED LOADERS: 2006 Cat 924G, 11 CRAWLER TRACTORS: Cat D8N, 2006-2005 Cat D6NLGP, Cat D6NLGP, Cat D6M, 2000 Cat D5MXL, 2002 Cat D5MLGP, 2002 Cat D5G, 2001 Cat D4G, JD 650J, JD 650H, 8 CRAWLER LOADERS: 20072001-1999 Cat 963C, (2) Cat 963C, (3) Cat 963B, SKID STEER: 2004 Cat 226B, FORESTRY EQUIPMENT: Hydro-Ax 721E, 10 VIBRATORY ROLLERS: Cat CP563E, (3) Cat CP433C, Cat CP433B, Case 1102D, (2) Vibromax 605, Ampac 33/24, Wacker, 3 SOIL COMPACTOR: 2000-(2)1999 Cat 815F, 9 SCISSOR LIFTS: 2004 JLG 1930ES, 2004 Genie GS2032, 2004 Genie GS1930, (3) 2004 Skyjack SJ3220, (3) 2004 Skyjack SJIII3219, 4 GENERATORS: (4) New Unused IR G5HE, 2 LIGHT PLANTS: (2) 2004 Amida AL4060D4MH, WOOD CHIPPERS: 2004 Doskocil 1316T 3 DUMP TRUCKS: 2002 Sterling (tri.), Ford F650 (s/a), 1999 Ford F350 (s/a), 2 PICKUPS: 1998 Ford F250, 2004 Chevy Silverado 2500HD, VIRGINIA AUCTIONEER LICENSE: Larry Garner #2907 002879 SALE SITE PHONE: (863) 602-8365, (863) 325-5949 Everything sells “AS IS,” “WHERE IS,” everything sells to the highest bidder without minimums or reserve.

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PacLease Expands With 22 New Locations in U.S., Canada PACCAR Leasing Company (PacLease) continued its expansion with the announcement of 22 new locations throughout the United States and Canada. This brings the PacLease location total to more than 400. PacLease currently has locations in the United States, Canada, Mexico and Germany. “We are committed to continue our location growth,” said PacLease President Bob Southern. “PACCAR dealers are looking for more ways to serve their customers and markets — and full-service leasing offers that opportunity. They’re finding customers who understand the financial benefits of leasing premium Kenworth, Peterbilt and DAF trucks, coupled with the value of outsourcing vehicle maintenance.” PacLease’s new locations position the company well for further growth. “Even during uncertain economic times, companies continue to turn to full-service leasing for the benefits of off-balance sheet

financing and having their trucks cared for by experienced technicians,” Southern said. “Based on historical data, we know that the truck leasing market typically expands at a faster rate than the rest of the industry during strong truck buying markets.” According to Southern, customers can custom spec medium- and heavy-duty trucks — even hybrid units — through PacLease to match their transportation requirements. “We spec the trucks with our customers to increase operating efficiency. What’s more, we perform all the maintenance on the vehicles. It allows our customers to reduce risk by eliminating the uncertainty of unexpected costs that could impact those in ownership. PacLease also helps to improve fleet operations through on-board telematics, paperless fuel tax reporting, insurance and fuel purchasing programs.” The new United States locations are:

• Allstate PacLease, 3611 38th St. S.W., Fargo, N.D. 58104, 701/282-6200; • MHC PacLease, 752 23-1/2 Road, Grand Junction, Colo. 81505, 970/242-2338; • PacLease Northcoast, 2660 Jacobs Ave., Eureka, Calif. 95501, 707/443-7073; • Peterbilt PacLease of Idaho, 302 East Frontage Road No., Jerome, Idaho 83338, 208/644-9000; • Peterbilt PacLease of Utah, 715 South 1500 East, Naples, Utah 84078, 435/828-7383; • Rush PacLease, 3730 First Ave. So. Birmingham, Ala. 35222, 205/214-2641; • Rush PacLease, 3301 North First St., Bloomfield, N.M. 87413, 505/839-6164; • Rush PacLease, 3405 West Highway 66, Gallup, N.M. 87301, 505/839-6162; • Rush PacLease, 8700 I-40 West Service Road, Oklahoma City, Okla. 73128, 405/9472391; • Rush PacLease, 2355 Charleston Regional Parkway, Charleston, S.C. 29492, 843/8810923; • Rush PacLease, 1700 Buckles Dr., Kingsport, Tenn. 37660, 423/245-1913; • Rush PacLease, 3770 Homewood Road, Memphis, Tenn. 38118, 901/365-0457; • Rush PacLease, 7759 Johnny Morris Road, Austin, Texas 78724, 512/410-3409; • Rush PacLease, 10216 Union Pacific Blvd., Laredo, Texas 78045, 956/724-7383; • Trebar Kenworth PacLease, 920 S.E. Ninth Ave., Ontario, Ore. 97914, 541/881-1747; • Western Truck Leasing, 1800 Twin View Blvd., Redding, Calif. 96003, 530/246-2460; • Western Pacific PacLease, 15324 Smokey Point Blvd., Marysville, Wash. 98727, 360/659-7383; • Worldwide PacLease, 17th Street & Mack Avenue, Middlesboro, Ky. 40965, 606/2485100. For more information, visit www.paclease.com.

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Sealed Bid Auction

Bid Deadline: Wed., April 7, 2010 5:00PM EST New Orleans, Louisiana Barge Mounted Clamshell Cranes “Danny B” MANITOWOC 4600 III Vicon, s/n 46095, Cummins KTA-1150 and 855 dsls and Twin Disc torque converters, e/w 120’ of #7 boom, independent boom hoist, power tagline, 240 ton lift cap, 50,000# duty cycle rating @ 65’ radius, elevated operators cab w/heat and ac, pedestal mtd on 1986 16-0’x59’x8’6” deck

barge • “Docksider III” MANITOWOC 4600 III Vicon, s/n 46131, Cummins KTA-1150 and 855 dsls and Twin Disc torque converters, e/w 120’ of #7 boom, independent boom hoist, power tagline, 240 ton lift capacity, 50,000# duty cycle rating @ 65’ radius, operators cab w/heat and ac, pedestal mtd on 195’x54’x12’ deck barge • “Gregory L” AMERICAN 12720, s/n 19498 and 8103A02658, Cummins KT2300VIZ, 900HP dsl and Twin Disc torque converter, e/w 120’ of angle boom w/“T” lacings, American upgraded hyd independent boom hoist, squirrel cage tagline,75,000# duty

cycle rating @ 70’ radius, elevated operators cab w/heat and ac, pedestal mtd on 180’x59’x11’ deck barge • “Crystal Gayle” AMERICAN 12210, s/n GS19494, Cummins QST30, 100HP dsl and Twin Disc torque converter, e/w 120’ of angle boom w/“T” lacings, American upgraded hydraulic independent boom hoist, squirrel cage tagline, 75,000# duty cycle rating @ 70’ radius, elevated operators cab w/heat and ac, pedestal mtd on 320’x52’x11’ deck barge • “Docksider” LIMA 2400B, s/n 712B140, Cat D379, 547HP air start dsl and Clark Torcon torque converter, e/w 120’ of HD angle boom, independent boom hoist, 42,000# duty cycle rating @ 55’ radius, elevated operators cab w/heat and ac, pedestal mtd on 1963 165’x50’x10’ deck barge • “Docksider Too” LIMA 2400B, s/n 3583-6, Caterpillar D379, 547HP dsl and Clark Torcon torque converter, e/w 120’ of HD angle boom, independent boom hoist, 42,000# duty cycle rating @ 55’ radius, elevated operators cab w/heat and ac, pedestal mtd on 180’x50’x12’ deck barge • NOTE: Buckets Not Included

indicator, auto lube, hook block, overhaul ball, and 60” pads. Good Condition • MANITOWOC 4100 I Vicon, 200 Ton, s/n 41457, Cummins 855 dsl and Twin Disc torque converter, e/w 180’ of #22 boom (tip; butt; (2) 40’; (1) 20’; (1) 10’), independent boom hoist, LSI load moment indicator and anti-two block device, 6-sheave hook block, 650# overhaul ball, and 47” pads. Good Condition (Attachments for Series II Conversion-No Counterweights)

Crawler Cranes MANITOWOC 4600 III Vicon, 240 Ton, s/n 46485, Cat D379 dsl, e/w 160’ of #27 boom, independent boom hoist, LSI load moment

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ADVERTISER INDEX ALEX LYON & SON INC MANASSAS VA...........................................................................96 GREENSBORO NC ....................................................................87 ALLIED CONSTRUCTION PRODUCTS ........................................61 ARROW EQUIPMENT INC.............................................................27 ASC CONSTRUCTION EQUIPMENT USA .........................3,42,100 BARGAINS .....................................................................................84 BENCH MARK TOOL & SUPPLY...................................................26 BLACK WARRIOR AUCTION TUSCALOOSA AL.......................................................................89 BOBCAT CAROLINA’S ...................................................................30 BOBCAT COMPANY.......................................................................54 BOMAG...........................................................................................37 BREAKER TECHNOLOGIES .........................................................73 CASE CORP...................................................................................59 CEDARAPIDS INC .........................................................................44 CEG SCALE MODELS ...................................................................49 CHAMPION MOTOR GRADERS ...................................................36 CLASSIFIEDS............................................................................82,83 CLEVELAND BROTHERS EQUIPMENT CO.................................10 CONSTRUCTION EQUIPMENT GUIDE TESTIMONIAL AD.......................................................................48 CEG AUCTION BANNER PROMO.............................................92 CEG WANTED ............................................................................85 MORE VALUE FOR YOUR ADVERTISING DOLLAR ................34 SKID STEER LOADERS & ATTACHMENTS..............................52 WE DO TRADE SHOWS ............................................................78 SHOPPING FOR USED EQUIPMENT .......................................24 DOOSAN INFRACORE AMERICA.......................................15,33,76 DOUGHERTY EQUIPMENT COMPANY........................................29 DYNAPAC .......................................................................................41 E D ETNYRE & CO ........................................................................44 ERB EQUIPMENT CO....................................................................17 ESCO CORP ..................................................................................77 FINN CORP ......................................................................................8 GATORBACK TRACKS & EQUIPMENT ..........................................7 GEITH INC......................................................................................75 GOMACO CORP ............................................................................38 HALE TRAILER BRAKE & WHEEL..................................................9 HAROLD HOWELL CONSTRUCTION...........................................20 HITACHI CONSTRUCTION MACHINERY ....................................56 HUNYADY AUCTION CO ...............................................................97 HYDRAULICIRCUIT TECHNOLOGY .............................................54 HYUNDAI CONSTRUCTION EQUIPMENT ..................................67 IRON PLANET ONLINE AUCTION......................................................................91

JCB INC ..........................................................................................71 JFW EQUIPMENT INC ...................................................................36 JOE MCELREATH CO INC ............................................................14 JOHN DEERE.................................................................................55 JOHN DEERE SKID STEER ..........................................................80 KLEIN PRODUCTS INC .................................................................13 KOBELCO.......................................................................................62 LEEBOY..........................................................................................46 M D MOODY & SONS INC...............................................................2 MARTIN & MARTIN ........................................................................95 MAY HEAVY EQUIPMENT ...............................................................5 MOTLEY’S AUCTION & REALTY GROUP RICHMOND VA ...........................................................................93 NEWTON CROUCH INC ................................................................20 OKADA AMERICA ..........................................................................56 PALADIN HEAVY CONSTRUCTION..............................................63 PINNACLE CENTRAL CO..............................................................22 POWER EQUIPMENT CO................................................................6 POWERSCREEN MIDATLANTIC...................................................31 PRECISION TRANSMISSIONS .....................................................16 R S BRASWELL CO INC................................................................26 RING POWER CRANE...................................................................16 RITCHASON AUCTIONEERS LEBANON TN .............................................................................95 RITCHIE BROS. AUCTIONEERS MYRTLE BEACH SC / AUCTION CALENDAR ..........................99 ROAD BUILDERS MACHINERY ....................................................16 ROADTEC ......................................................................................39 ROSCO MFG CO ...........................................................................42 RSC EQUIPMENT RENTAL .............................................................6 SAKAI AMERICA INC .....................................................................45 STAFFORD ................................................................................50,51 STOLTZFUS MFG ..........................................................................20 STONE CONSTRUCTION EQUIPMENT .......................................38 TAKEUCHI ......................................................................................73 TAMPA MACHINERY AUCTION.....................................................95 TEREX POWERSCREEN ..............................................................19 TEREX TRUCKS ............................................................................32 TRACTOR TRACS INC ..................................................................77 TRENCH SHORING SERVICES ......................................................8 UNITED RENTALS OF FLORIDA ..................................................23 VOLVO COMPACTION...................................................................47 VOLVO CONSTRUCTION EQUIPMENT .......................................69 WIRTGEN AMERICA......................................................................43 YANMAR AMERICA........................................................................65 ZANETIS POWER ATTACHMENTS...............................................79

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