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Old Bridge Converted to New Artificial Reef By Cain Burdeau ASSOCIATED PRESS WRITER

Miami Intermodal Center Takes Shape…21

Storms Delay U.S. 421 Improvements…25

Tractor and Equipment to Carry LeeBoy, Rosco…32

Table of Contents ........4 Paving Section ......31-43 Skid Steers & Attachments Section...... ..............................47-55 Parts Section ..............57 Business Calendar......58 Auction Section ....74-87 Advertisers Index ......86

LAKE PONTCHARTRAIN, La. (AP) Girder by girder, the 5.4 mi. (8.7 km)-long Twin Span interstate bridge across Lake Pontchartrain that was torn apart by Hurricane Katrina is being cut into suitcase-size pieces and turned into a fish haven on the muddy bottoms of the lake. The artificial reef project is expected to become a popular fishing spot while helping restore Pontchartrain’s marine life and the health of the entire lake. After decades of clam dredging, shipping, oil drilling and trawl fishing, vast areas of Louisiana’s coastal waterbottoms have been turned into sandy or muddy wastelands. At the same time, hurricanes and coastal erosion have undermined hundreds of miles of coast. Any hard material is in high demand to stabilize sinking structures like roads and even old forts, harden shorelines and build artificial reefs in the swampy and gooey southern part of the state. The nearest rock quarry in Louisiana may be in Winnfield Parish, not far from state’s highest point, Driskill Mountain, 200 mi.

from New Orleans. Most of the rock for jetties, rip rap and bank stabilization in south Louisiana is barged in from Kentucky, Illinois and Arkansas. At one time, Lake Pontchartrain was underlain by a 6-ft. (1.8 m) bed of clam shells — but that was mined to smithereens and used to strengthen roads, railways and driveways. The same happened to mammoth reefs in the Atchafalaya River estuary to the west. So the 1960s-era Twin Span bridge to New Orleans — being replaced by an $800 million new bridge — is viewed as a smorgasbord of rock. “It’s popular material right now,” said Steve Heraty, an engineer with Volkert & Associates, a construction consulting firm overseeing the work. For the past few weeks, machinery has been cutting up the bridge’s 25-ton (22.7 t) concrete girders and spans, and welders have burned off protruding steel to ready the chunks for submersion. About four acres of artificial reef will be made from 26,000 tons (23,587 t) of bridge concrete, at a cost of $1.2 million. Tens of

After years of delay and controversy, the Tennessee Department of Transportation (TDOT) finally began work on a new Reelfoot Spillway, a new spillway channel and a new bridge over the channel at Reelfoot Lake in July 2009. The original spillway, constructed in 1931, was deemed “structurally deficient,” with inspections indicating that it exhibits “advanced section loss, deterioration, spalling and scour,” according to TDOT. The newly configured spillway and bridge will be separate entities, with the new spillway located 1,000 ft. (304 m) west of the existing structure.

see REEF page 20

see SPILLWAY page 18

The spillway will be built south of the new bridge and a canal will be dug, running south of the spillway and then north of the spillway under the new bridge to the lake.

TDOT Finally Begins Reelfoot Spillway Job By Lori Lovely CEG CORRESPONDENT

Cat Considers Shifting Excavator Production Site As part of a long-term strategic initiative, Caterpillar Inc. has undertaken a study that could lead to a new hydraulic excavator facility being built in the United States. Such a move could triple the current number of hydraulic excavators now produced by the company in the United States and significantly increase Caterpillar’s employment in the United States dedicated to excavator produc-

“The excavator business is highly competitive and continues to evolve with a diverse and growing number of manufacturers around the world.” Gary Stampanato Caterpillar Inc.

tion, and further leverage excavator production in Japan to serve increasing demand in China and across Asia. “The study is based on the current analysis of where the global excavator market is heading and how Caterpillar should position itself for continued leadership in the excavator industry,” said Gary Stampanato, Caterpillar see CAT page 82


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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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SOUTHEAST EDITION Circulated Throughout

IN THIS ISSUE SPECIAL SECTION…

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SKID STEERS & ATTACHMENTS

Be sure to check out this special section! Keep up to date with the latest information on skid steers, and attachments.

FEATURES…

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WORK TO START ON $100M THE PRESERVE AT ALAFIA PROJECT

Garrison Developer Group of Florida celebrated the start of construction on The Preserve at Alafia, 351 waterfront luxury apartments.

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WORK TO BEGIN ON $10M LEVEE PROJECT FOR ISSAQUENA COUNTY

A Greenwood company will begin work soon on a 4.7-mi. (7.5 km) Mississippi River levee enlargement in Issaquena County at a cost of $10 million.

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PROGRESS BEING MADE ON FDOT’S MIAMI INTERMODAL CENTER

Florida Department of Transporation sponsors the Miami Intermodal Center, a huge transportation hub located next to the Miami International Airport.

25

IMPROVEMENTS ON U.S. 421 DELAYED BY SERIES OF STORMS

Work crews in Matauga County, N.C. have battled an endless series of ice and snow storms while working on widening U.S. 421 since the beginning of the year.

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BLACK WARRIOR AUCTION HOLDS SUCCESSFUL SALE IN TUSCALOOSA The extensive late model construction, aggregate and logging equipment sale included trucks, trailers and other items at Black Warrior’s auction headquarters in Ala.

80 82

RITCHASON KICKS OFF 2010 AUCTION SEASON

The first big sale of 2010 was held at Ritchason Auctioneers headquarters in Lebanon, Tenn., with 800 bidders including 113 online bidders.

RITCHIE BROS. INC. REPORTS INCREASED REVENUE FOR 2009 For Ritchie Bros. this increase represents a year-over-year net earnings per share growth of eight percent.

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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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QUALITY USED BOBCAT EQUIPMENT COMPACT TRACK LOADERS 2006 Bobcat S175, with bucket, new tires, 1151 hours ....................$13,900

2005 Bobcat 331, 787 hours .............. ..............................................$17,900

2007 Bobcat T140, 330 hours, s/n 11011........................................................................................................................$24,900 2003 Bobcat T190, 3312 hours, s/n 15610......................................................................................................................$$13,900 2007 Bobcat T190, 695 hours, s/n 12454 ...................................................................................................................... $25,900 2004 Bobcat T250, 1700 hours, s/n 12623......................................................................................................................$$17,900 2004 Bobcat T250, 1950 hours, s/n 12068......................................................................................................................$$16,900 2007 Bobcat T300, 780 hours, s/n 12654........................................................................................................................$$28,900

COMPACT EXCAVATORS 2004 Bobcat S250 with 24” hi flow planer, 1100 hours..................$27,900

2006 Bobcat T190, with bucket, keyless, 978 hours........................$18,500

1998 Bobcat 331, 1640 hours, s/n 15752........................................................................................................................$$12,900 2007 Bobcat 329, 266 hours, s/n 11054..........................................................................................................................$$27,500 2007 Bobcat 331, 725 hours, s/n 13954..........................................................................................................................$$23,900 2007 Bobcat 337, 675 hours, s/n 13765..........................................................................................................................$$41,900 2004 Bobcat 341, 1950 hours, s/n 12651........................................................................................................................$$26,500 2007 Bobcat 435, 400 hours, s/n 12709..........................................................................................................................$$34,900

SKID-STEER LOADERS 2008 Bobcat T320, high flow, cab/ heat/air, keyless, sjc controls, forestry cutter attachment, 680 hours, factory warranty ..........$62,900

2007 Bobcat T300, cab, heat, air, keyless, power bobtach, combo bucket, 190 hours ..............................$38,500

2007 Bobcat S175, 410 hours, factory warranty, s/n 15797 ............................................................................................$$18,500 2008 Bobcat S175, 280 hours, factory warranty, s/n 17412 ............................................................................................$$19,500 2008 Bobcat S250, 360 hours, factory warranty, s/n 17057 ............................................................................................$$26,900 2007 Bobcat S300, 1100 hours, factory warranty, s/n 13572 ..........................................................................................$$21,900

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Luxury Apartments Rise in Tampa...

Work to Start on $100M The Preserve at Alafia Project Garrison Developer Group of Florida (GDGFL) celebrated the start of construction on The Preserve at Alafia, 351-waterfront luxury apartments, with a groundbreaking ceremony. Executives from GDGFL were joined by Tampa-area dignitaries for the February 25th riverside ceremony and reception. The luxury apartments of The Preserve are Phase I of the $100 million three-phase multi-use project. Located on the Alafia River in Hillsborough County, Preserve residents will be just 10 minutes from downtown Tampa via the adjacent crosstown expressway. The luxury apartment residences offer waterfront views of the Alafia River, and access to nearby Tampa Bay. “Originating construction on this compelling project is the result of tremendous teamwork and the support of a unique coalition of environmentally concerned citizen groups, progressive development advocates and elected officials. We are deeply grateful to all of them for paving the way for a project that brings jobs and revenue to our com-

“Originating construction on this compelling project is the result of tremendous teamwork and the support of a unique coalition of environmentally concerned citizen groups, progressive development advocates and elected officials.” R e y O rt e g a Garrison Developer Group of Florida

munity along with desirable residences, soon to be joined by offices, retail and commercial space in this incredibly beautiful location,” said Rey Ortega, president of GDGFL at the event. According to an independent economic impact study, the development will infuse more than $75 million and 122 jobs into the local economy over the next three years. The five-story secured apartment buildings are located in a park-like setting with more than 1,200 ft. of waterfront and a 3,000-ft. frontage on the 80-acre Alafia

River nature preserve and wildlife conservation area. Alafia Crossing, a mixed-use project with retail space, an office complex, restaurants, and full-service Holiday Inn also is being developed by Garrison on same site as the luxury apartments of The Preserve. “Our project creates an enhanced gateway to the entire Riverview community, raising the level to one of attractive sophistication in a natural setting. This rapidly growing area is an ideal locale for professionals, upscale retailers and users of commercial space,”

said Ortega. In the planning phase of the project, principals of GDGFL learned that professionals are strongly attracted to the concept of living on the river and walking just steps from their upscale homes to shops with no traffic signals between the development and downtown Tampa for their commute to work. “The proximity to the river and the site’s natural beauty make this location particularly desirable. Our natural contemporary vibe is being maintained through all aspects of the architecture, construction and execution of The Preserve and Alafia Crossings,” continued Ortega. When completed the Preserve will offer residents and tenants a picturesque river walk and clubhouse with full amenities. The Preserve’s upscale common area features include docks and canoe/kayak storage, fitness facilities including a yoga pavilion, business center, Cyber Café, demo kitchen for cooking classes, big screen theater room, pool, spas and volleyball court.

Grand Prairie Irrigation Project Awaits Fall in White River By Tom Parsons ASSOCIATED PRESS WRITER

LITTLE ROCK, Ark. (AP) More than a year after a federal judge ruled a rare woodpecker couldn’t stand in the way of a massive irrigation project, a top official said it will be several more years before rice and soybean farmers can use water from the White River to irrigate their crops. When complete, the $400 million-plus Grand Prairie Irrigation Project will include 102 mi. (164 km) of canals and 290 mi. (466 km) of pipelines moving water from a pumping station near DeValls Bluff to farms in Prairie, Arkansas, Lonoke and Monroe counties. The first farms to receive water will be in the northern area, west of DeValls Bluff. Paul Hamm, project manager of the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, said current plans call for the water to start flowing into farmers’ fields in 2013, and the last pipe will be laid several years later. Dennis Carman, executive director of the White River Irrigation District based in Hazen, said he expects it to be seven to eight

years before all the work is done. But when the water finally reaches the fields, it should significantly reduce the need for farmers to pump water from an aquifer that has been seriously depleted in recent decades, Carman said. Lawsuits, the size of the project and funding issues have all contributed to the long construction time and delays, he said. Work on reservoirs and pipelines began on individual farms in 2001, but construction on a pumping station on the White River north of DeValls Bluff didn’t start until June 2005. Work stopped again after a federal lawsuit was filed in September 2005, claiming the project could damage possible habitat for the ivory-billed woodpecker. Some ornithologists believe the rare bird can still be found in the Big Woods region of east Arkansas. A federal judge threw out the woodpecker lawsuit in December 2008, clearing the way for work to resume. Then came the rains. Record rainfall in 2009 had the White River overflowing its banks for much of the year, and the pumping station site remains flooded, Carman said. He estimated it would

be mid-June to July before work can resume. Advocates and the state’s congressional delIn the meantime, the pumps have been egation have had to present the project as a delivered to the Army Engineers’ Memphis demonstration that could be funded outside District, which is overseeing construction, the Corps’ usual means, he said. Local authorities Hamm said. They have had an easier will be powered by time, receiving authorfour massive, 6,000-hp (4,472 Lawsuits, the size of the ization to sell bonds to kW) motors and project and funding issues provide construction money. The bonds will two smaller, 1,500hp (1,118 kW) have all contributed to the be paid off with farmers’ water fees. motors that Hamm long construction time Carman said about 40 said he expects a percent of farmers in contractor to start and delays. the area covered by the building in the next D e n n i s C a rm a n project have signed few months. White River Irrigation District contracts taking The farmers ultiadvantage of a low, mately will pay 35 introductory rate of percent of the project’s costs, currently estimated at between $26 per acre-foot — the amount of water it $396 million and $437 million. The federal takes to cover an acre with water 1 foot deep. But he said that rate will increase and government will pay the rest. At the federal level, one problem in get- many farmers haven’t yet signed up for all ting money has been the fact that the Corps’ the water they are likely to want. Only about mission does not include projects to provide 35,000 acre-foot of an expected capacity of agricultural water, said Randy Young, exec- 350,000 acre-foot annually have been comutive director of the state commission. mitted under the early contracts, he said.


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GUCANames Golden Shovel Legislative Service Winner The Georgia Utility Contractors Association (GUCA) Inc.’s 2010 Golden Shovel Legislative Service Award winner was Lt. Gov. Casey Cagle. This is the second time he has received this award in recognition of his service to the utility construction industry. Born in Hall County — a seventh generation resident — Casey Cagle graduated from Johnson High School and attended Gainesville College and Georgia Southern University. After purchasing his first small business at 20, he went on to become a leader in the banking and real estate industries of northeast Georgia. Cagle was first elected to the state Senate in 1994, where he served 12 successful and productive years representing the 49th District. During his time in the Senate, Cagle has been a staunch supporter of lowering taxes and protecting private property rights, as well as a passionate advocate for protecting Georgia’s families. He served as chairman of the finance committee and on several other key committees, including the influential appropriations, banking and financial institutions, higher education, and natural resources committees. On Nov. 7, 2006, Cagle made history by

GUCA President Judy Turpin, Turpin Inc., presented Lt. Gov. Casey Cagle with the Golden Shovel award.

becoming the first Republican ever elected to the state’s second highest office. As Georgia’s 11th Lt. Gov., Cagle is working to make Georgia a state where every single citizen, regardless of their current circumstances, can achieve the American dream. He is committed to creating an environment

in which Georgia’s citizens and businesses can prosper. Likewise, Cagle is working to create a pro-jobs culture throughout state government and an education system which focuses on the needs of the individual child. Cagle will unite the Senate around the common goal of realizing that vision and making

life better for all Georgians, according to GUCA. In his first year as Lt. Gov., Cagle championed the Charter Systems Act, landmark legislation which allows entire school systems to convert to charter status. He also has been the driving force behind the state’s Career Academy Initiative, a collaborative partnership between schools and technical colleges, which provides a career technical education path for Georgia’s high school students. As Lt. Gov., Cagle was instrumental in the passage of HB 318. His support helped the industry in having legislation which provides much needed relief, in these difficult economic times, in the form of a heavy equipment tax exemption allowing up to $100,000 of tax relief per company in 2010. Cagle serves as vice chair of the One Georgia Authority, vice chair of the Georgia State Finance and Investment Commission, and on the executive committee of the Republican Lt. Gov.’s Association. He also has been named a member of the AspenRodel Fellowship for Public Leadership for 2007. For more information, visit www.guca.com.

Refinery Bringing Hope of Good Times to La. Sugar By Alan Sayre AP BUSINESS WRITER

NEW ORLEANS (AP) After years of fighting storms and flat prices, Louisiana sugar cane growers at the heart of a $2 billion industry are hoping for better financial times as farmers and the food industry unite to get the product from the fields to the consumer in a direct line. Construction is under way on a $190 million sugar refinery near Gramercy, northwest of New Orleans, that will be able to produce 1 million tons of sugar annually. In a joint venture with two food giants — Cargill Inc. and the Imperial Sugar Co. — growers say the refinery, expected to begin processing in 2011, will give them a steady market for Louisiana cane that will support higher prices. It’s the first time state growers have been involved in such a fieldto-consumer venture. For Cargill,

it will provided the company’s first entry into the processed sugar market. “Sugar is a critical ingredient to the customers we already serve. It enables us to work more effectively with a broader base of customers on ingredient innovations,” Cargill spokeswoman Nicole Reichert said. Also a partner in the refinery is Sugar Growers and Refiners Inc., a marketing cooperative consisting of 700 Louisiana cane growers and eight cane mills. “It gives Cargill part of the sugar industry, it gives Imperial a good source of sugar,” said Jessie Breaux, a lifelong cane grower in St. Mary Parish and farm owner for 27 years. “It’s produced in America and it’s good quality. It’s a great thing for all the growers in the state.” Under the plan, Minneapolisbased Cargill will be the exclusive marketer of the refinery’s industri-

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al sugar used in food processing. Sugar Land, Texas-based Imperial Sugar, will market the refinery’s bulk sugar. The deal gives both companies a steady supply stream. Consumers will benefit from the deal because it “represents a secured source of sugar” that Cargill will sell to food processors, as well as retail, on-the-shelf products Imperial is known for, Reichert said. Cargill has another joint venture with CHS, a Minnesota-based company owned by farmers,

ranchers and cooperatives, to provide grain for flour. The venture — Horizon Milling LLC — has 20 mills across the United States. Growing and harvesting cane is a $750 million annual industry employing 12,000 in Louisiana that turns into about $2 billion in overall economic activity, said Jim Simon, head of the Thibodaux, La.-based American Sugar Cane League. The refinery is being built just as the Louisiana sugar industry seems to be fighting back from a tough

decade marred by major storms — and 20 years of mostly flat cane prices. Louisiana growers annually produce about 11 million tons of cane that are refined into about 1.4 million tons of sugar. The mill, with its 1 million ton annual capacity, will be able to handle about two-thirds of the crop, giving many growers a strong, regular demand for their product, said Lonnie Champagne, head of the growers-refiners group. Champagne said the joint venture provides “hope for the next generation” of sugar growers, a profession typically passed through families. Having two committed buyers will “give us the chance to capture some of the value-added price of our product.” “Something needed to change,” he said. “We’ve been consolidating for 200 years. The technology has been able to keep us in business. But we’re to the point where we need to get higher prices.”


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Serving a dual purpose, the original spillway carries a two-lane bridge as part of State Route 21 and controls the water levels of Reelfoot Lake that flow into Running Reelfoot Bayou, restricting water from draining out during droughts and releasing a steady overflow during rainy periods. However, the Depression-era structure has been plagued by cracks that have leaked water from the lake during summer months when rainfall is scarce. In fact, emergency repairs have been necessary to prevent collapse because a spillway failure could drain the 25-sq.-mi. (64 sq km) lake, located 100 mi. (160 km) north of Memphis at Tiptonville. Collapse of the 70-year-old spillway also would wipe out the highway bridge, impacting tourism and local commuters.

decline. The study also indicated that the spillway was difficult to operate and leaking badly, and that a failure would turn Reelfoot Lake into a mud flat and destroy the bridge on State Route 21, the most convenient route from the east into Tiptonville. The existing spillway had outlived its design life, was deteriorating, and was no longer adequate to manage the water level of Reelfoot Lake. Borrowed Time Conclusions that the spillway was deteriorating weren’t new. According to the State Gazette, in 2001 specialists speculated that the spillway might last only another five years, considering it “almost inoperable” and leaving the impression that it was on borrowed time even then. Predictions by the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers echoed that sentiment, indicating that it could fail at any time, but dire warnings weren’t enough to speed studies, agreement or funding for the work. Insistence by the USACE, U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service,

Bleak Beginnings Formed by the New Madrid earthquakes in 1811-1812, Reelfoot Lake is located between Lake and Obion counties in northwestern Tennessee. This natural lake encompasses approximately 15,000 acres of shallow, open water and vegetated wetland habitat. It has been designated a Class I Scenic-Recreational Area and Wildlife Management Area administered by the Tennessee Wildlife Resources Agency, as well as an Outstanding National Resource Water by the Tennessee Water Quality Control Board. Popular as a fishing and recreational desti- After years of delay and controversy, TDOT began work on new Reelfoot Spillway, a new spillway channel and a new nation, it figures a bridge over the channel at Reelfoot Lake in July 2009. prominently in the area’s economy. To determine its importance, County Tennessee Conservation League and Technical Assistance Service, an agency of Tennessee Wildlife Resources Agency that a the University of Tennessee Institute for new spillway was needed urgently also Public Service, in collaboration with the UT failed to speed progress. These groups stressed problems such as Knoxville Center for Transportation siltation and poor water quality in Reelfoot Research, U.S. Rep. John Tanner and State Rep. Phillip Pinion, financed an economic Lake, encroachment of aquatic plants, eroimpact study of the Reelfoot Lake area and sion and tourism dependent on wildlife, studied the contributions recreation activities water quality and access. The USACE rated the bridge “functionally obsolete,” further make to the regional economy. Research indicated that loss of the spill- threatening tourism. But Kentucky landowners cited opposing way would result in decreased visitation, issues in an effort to block federal funding of income, jobs and tax revenue associated the project. The USACE acknowledged that with recreational activity. Property values in both Lake and Obion counties also would 14 acres of land might be affected during the summer, leading Kentucky lawmakers to

fight construction of the new spillway out of concern for flooding of low-lying fields north of the lake due to the water level being raised above its current summer average, despite numerous studies demonstrating that this wasn’t true. In the early part of the last decade, the Corps estimated the cost of the project topping $30 million. State and local agencies in Tennessee needed the federal partnership to fund the work, with the Corps citing the need for congressional support. Support came from fishermen and hunters, local resorts and other tourist outlets, county governments and the highway department, but not from Congress or from Kentucky. Some landowners also wanted to know if Running Reelfoot Bayou would be cleaned out to reduce the risk of flooding. Many residents wanted a four-lane bridge. TDOT to the Rescue TDOT took on the project in 2003, obtaining $13 million in federal funding in March 2008 to replace the bridge and relying on state funds for the spillway, but it hasn’t been a smooth sail. In 1999 the Memphis District of the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers prepared the Reelfoot Lake Tennessee and Kentucky Final Feasibility Report and Final Environmental Impact Statement, September 1999 (EIS). Its four volumes consist of a detailed analysis of various plans for addressing problems in

Throughout the life of the project, crews will be excavating 430,000-plus yds., pouring 5,500-plus yds. of concrete and laying 25,000 yds. of sod.

the Reelfoot Lake area, including replacement of the spillway. TDOT had hoped to use the documents, but instead, had to repeat much of the work. The environmental permitting process

also took longer than expected, according to Jim Zeigler, senior transportation engineer with Neel-Schaffer, a Nashville engineering firm working with TDOT. The project required a permit because it will destroy an estimated 15 acres of wetlands. The permit sets conditions outlining how TDOT must compensate for the environmental damage. “We currently have an ongoing mitigation contract to assist us with environmental damages,” said Nichole Lawrence, TDOT Region 4 employee relations/community relations officer. The contract calls for the construction of a required mitigation site. According to Lawrence, the “wetland at Reelfoot is the only Tier 3 wetland in the state. Tier 3 waters have unique characteristics to be preserved.” Per the Natural Resources Protection Act, projects affecting wetlands of special significance or affecting greater than one acre of wetland must undergo a full review to analyze alternatives and compensation requirements to mitigate for lost wetland functions. The four types of physical compensation allowed in the regulatory program include creation, enhancement, restoration and preservation. Creation is considered expensive and risky. Enhancement increases the net value of a wetland and includes efforts such as the planting of vegetation beneficial to wildlife, improving buffers in and around remaining wetland or increasing the amount of standing water for amphibians or waterfowl. Restoration involves returning a disturbed or altered wetland to its previous or better condition through fill removal, replanting of vegetation, re-grading and reestablishing ground or surface water flows. Preservation consists of protection measures like conservation easements and deed covenants to maintain a wetland area in its natural or undeveloped condition. Overcoming Roadblocks The environmental permitting process was expected to be completed by November 2005, but an immediate roadblock surfaced. In answer to the question of whether any historical sites existed in the construction zone, the state historic-preservation officer replied “maybe.” And, because the spillway bridge is considered eligible for an historical designation, TDOT had to either find a way to leave the structure intact or the go through a yearlong process to justify its destruction. Because it didn’t meet state bridge standards and was considered functionally obsolete and costly to maintain, TDOT preferred to build a retaining wall of sheet metal in a see SPILLWAY page 56


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sandy. It once was a rich environment of rangia clams built up over centuries. Mike Poirrier, a biologist at the University of New Orleans, said a rangia clam population had begun to recolonize the lake before Katrina, but the filter feeders were knocked out by a blanket of sediment and muck brought in by the hurricane. “There are fewer clams now in Lake Pontchartrain than I have ever seen and the water is more turbid because of that,” Poirrier said. The artificial reefs are expected to help the lake’s food chain from the bottom up. “Marine organisms need something hard to attach to,” said John Walther, an artificial reef expert with the Coastal Conservation Association’s Louisiana chapter. “So, when you put the reef in there, it gives them that attachment — and that starts the food chain; the bait fish come; and then the speckled trout and the red fish are attracted to the bait fish; it creates a mini ecosystem.” This being the Sportsman’s Paradise state, the aim is for this reef made from

the rubble of Katrina to become a fishing hot spot. “My grandfather fished when I was a little kid, and my dad. Everything I ever did has been associated with the outdoors,” Vandenborre said. “I couldn’t imagine doing anything else than being on the water.” His story is common here in south Louisiana, where children are bred to love the water and memories are peppered with long sun-drenched weekends fishing. As Vandenborre spoke, a porpoise rolled in the distance and pelicans bobbed on the water. The fishing guide pointed to a spot next to an older highway bridge where he caught a 10.5 lb. speckled trout, the eighth biggest in the state’s record books. “People are going to go for work in the morning, see all the boats [around the reefs], and say, ‘I’m going fishing in the afternoon,”’ Vandenborre said. “Us here in Louisiana, when you see people fishing, or see a boat going down the road, you always wish you were with them.”


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Making Progress on FDOT’s Miami Intermodal Center By Brenda Ruggiero CEG CORRESPONDENT

Next to the Miami International Airport (MIA), a major project is coming together under the sponsorship of the Florida Department of Transportation (FDOT). The Miami Intermodal Center (MIC) is a huge transportation hub scheduled for full completion in 2012. The cost is estimated at $1.7 billion. According to FDOT’s Web site, “The MIC will provide connectivity where none existed, between the transportation systems in the Palm Beaches, Fort Lauderdale, Miami and the Florida Keys, for residents and visitors. It will also decongest the roadways in and around the busy airport. The MIC will be similar to New York’s Grand Central Station and other multimodal facilities that can be found in many world-class cities, offering easy connections to several forms of transportation.” The U.S. Department of Transportation (USDOT) has designated the MIC as a “Major Project.” The program consists of major roadway improvements which were completed in May 2008; a rental car center (RCC), which is scheduled for completion in May 2010; an MIA Mover, or automated people mover system, which is set to be operational in September 2011; the Miami Central Station, which is scheduled for completion in the spring of 2012; and a joint development component, which is currently being explored. History Planning for the project began in 1989 when Miami-Dade County accepted the Miami International Airport Area Transportation Study, which recommended the implementation of a multimodal transportation access facility. “It was conceived as the means to link passenger rail [both heavy and light] and public and private bus service, thereby providing needed regional connectivity and improving access to MIA,” FDOT reported. A record of decision granting location and design concept approval for the MIC was awarded by USDOT on May 5, 1998.

Photo courtesy of MIC. The MIC is a program of the Florida Department of Transportation

A December 2008 aerial view of the work taking place on the Miami Intermodal Center.

Financing The MIC Program is financially balanced each year under FDOT’s Five-Year Work Program. Its designation by the federal government as both a project of national significance and a major project (due to its $1.7 billion price tag) made the MIC Program eligible to apply for and receive two loans under the Transportation Infrastructure Financing Innovation Act (TIFIA), which was included in the Transportation Equity Act for the 21st Century (TEA21). Other major funding sources include various state and local sources and private sector fees and charges. The first TIFIA loan for $269 million closed on June 9, 2000. Of that amount, only $15 million was withdrawn since FDOT replaced it with a more competitive internal loan through the State Transportation Trust Fund (STTF). On July 3, 2006, FDOT prepaid the first loan in the amount of $17.1 million including interest, 24 years ahead of the originally scheduled maturity date. The second TIFIA loan for $270 million closed on April 29, 2007.

Photo courtesy of MIC. The MIC is a program of the Florida Department of Transportation

A Cat 330 excavator is used to install underground utilities such as the power duct bank, Bellsouth duct bank, storm drainage and fuel farm gasoline tanks.

Rental Car Center The RCC is the first major component of the overall MIC Program, and is nearly complete. It was headed by Turner Construction “Planned as part of the MIC gateway to greater Miami, the RCC will allow safe and seamless travel for visitors to the South Florida region,” FDOT noted.

Each of the four levels is 20 acres in size, and the first three floors are dedicated to storage and maintenance operations. The fourth level will hold a customer service lobby where vehicle renters may enter and view their options in a “virtual rental car shopping mall.” All current rental car companies operating inside MIA and many located near the airport will relocate into the RCC. Each company will have its own sales counter. According to FDOT, the RCC will provide a safe and easy way to rent cars, decongesting MIA’s curbside by 30 percent and also reducing pollution at the airport’s core. Designed and built by FDOT, the RCC will be maintained and operated by the Miami-Dade Aviation Department (MDAD) upon completion. “Serving as a gateway to Greater Miami, it will include many notable features for South Florida’s visitors, such as distinctive architecture, enhanced safety and security, and the first multilevel fueling system in the United States,” FDOT said. “This innovative system required careful consideration of technical and life safety challenges, and will permit a more efficient and economical car turnaround cycle for rental car companies.” The RCC will cover 3.4 million sq. ft., with each of four levels eight square city blocks. It will include space for 16 rental car companies and 6,500 cars. There will be ready/return car areas and a fleet storage/staging area. In addition, a quick turnaround area for washing and refueling will include 120 fuel positions and 42 wash bays. Once the RCC opens to the public, a consolidated shuttle service will run between the terminals at MIA, transporting South Florida visitors who are renting vehicles to the RCC or back to MIA. The shuttle service will operate for approximately two years until the MIA Mover begins service between MIA and the RCC. The total cost of the RCC is $343 million. It will be funded by the second TIFIA loan ($270 million), as well as from revenues from customer facility charges now in place on all rental car contracts originating at MIA. see MIAMI page 22


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Construction began on June 15, 2003, and the grand opening of the RCC is set for May 2010. According to Carlos Duarte, Turner Construction senior project manager, the fact that the project involves an almost four million square foot facility makes it unique from others that Turner Construction has worked on. “Due to the project covering a million square feet in building footprint, it allowed multiple significant operations going on concurrently that required significant coordination unlike vertical construction that has one clear defined driving operation,” Timothy J. Mincer, Turner Construction project superintendent said. “This facility is the first of its kind with multi-level fueling stations, and because of that, the inspecting authority deliberated over issues more conservatively than what we have experienced in the past.” In addition, the Turner team noted that the daily grind of pouring and placing 400 cu. yds. (305 cu m) of concrete every day for 14 months is quite grueling on the work force. “The success of this project represents the epitome of a true team focused to accomplish a common goal,” Mincer said. The overall project will include 123,000

cu. yds. (94,040 cu m) of concrete, 437 mi (703 km) of PT cable, and 7,200 tons (6,531 t) of reinforcing steel. At peak times, monthly manpower included 800 workers per day and crane power included seven 250-ton (226.7 t) crawlers, eight 65-ton (59 t) hydraulic cranes and two tower cranes with 268-ft (81.7 m) reaches. According to Turner Construction, major subcontractors include Ranger Construction, Medley, Fla., for earthwork; Baker Concrete Construction Inc., Monroe, Ohio, for cast-inplace concrete; Coreslab Structures Inc., Medley, Fla., for structural precast; GLF Construction Corp, Miami, for cast-in-place concrete; Nagelbush Mechanical Inc., Ft. Lauderdale, Fla., for HVAC; Steel Fabricators, Ft. Lauderdale, Fla., for structural steel; Vila & Son Landscaping Corp., Miami, for landscape work; Fisk Electric; Medly, Fla., for electrical work; Miller Clapperton, Austell, Ga., for composite wall panels; Lotspeich, Fort Lauderdale, Fla., for drywall and acoustical ceilings; Environmental Interiors Inc., Hudson, N.H., for perform metal panels; Novum Structures LLC, Menomonee, Fla., for space frames; Triple M. Roofing, Miami, for roofing; and Talon, Belanger, and Toscano, Arlington, Tex., for fuel systems.

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Other Program Components The MIC-Earlington Heights Connector phase of the MIC Program involves a 2.4-mi (3.8 km) extension of the Metrorail system from the existing Earlington Heights station at NW 22 Avenue and NW 41 Street to the MIC near MIA. The project, being built by Miami-Dade Transit (MDT), will create a station at the MIC that will provide passengers with a central transfer point to Metrobus, Metrorail, Tri-rail, Amtrak, Greyhound, tour buses, taxi cabs and the MIA Mover that connects to MIA. This portion of the program began on April 30, 2009, and is expected to be complete by April 2012. The total cost of the MIC-Earlington Heights Connector is estimated to be $526 million. Funding for the project includes $426 million from the People’s Transportation Plan, known as the half-cent sales tax, and $100 million from the FDOT. Miami Central Station The Miami Central Station (MCS) will serve as Miami-Dade County’s first allinclusive ground transportation hub. Its design will accommodate all transportation modes and provide intermodal connectivity between transportation options. The MCS will feature an enhanced TriRail station, connections to the RCC, MIA Mover, Metrorail (upon completion of the MIC-Earlington Heights Extension project) and Amtrak. A public parking area will be connected to the facility by a central walkway, and the public space will serve as a gateway to the MCS around which bus depots will be located for Greyhound, Miami-Dade Metrobus, taxis, courtesy buses and shuttles currently serving MIA. The MCS will cover 16.5 acres. The project involving the west concourse began in May 2009 and is expected to be complete by April 30, 2012. Construction of the east concourse will begin in October 2010, with completion set for December 2012. The estimated cost of this portion of the program is $100 million, with funding coming from FDOT transportation funds, federal Surface Transportation Funds, federal grants, and private sector fees and charges. MIA Mover The MIA Mover, a dual track 1.25-mi. (2.01 km) elevated people mover system, will be built and operated by the MDAD. FDOT is responsible for its guideway foundations and construction of its station at the MIC. The system is designed to allow for safe movement of visitors to and from their rental cars, as well as a seamless connection to and from MIA and the RCC, and later to the MCS. According to FDOT, the MIA Mover will

Photo courtesy of MIC. The MIC is a program of the Florida Department of Transportation

Two articularing boom lifts, one 60 ft. and one 80 ft (18 and 24 m) , are in use to stucco the exterior of the building; to perform mechanical, electrical and plumbing work; and overhead and punch out work.

Photo courtesy of MIC. The MIC is a program of the Florida Department of Transportation

This 11,000 lb. (4,989 kg) forklift is being used to relocate and stage material on the job site. It is one of 25 onsite.

eliminate the need for more than a half-million shuttle bus trips to off-site rental car companies each year, which will reduce curbside traffic at the airport’s lower level by 30 percent each day. It will be capable of transporting more than 3,000 passengers to and from the airport per hour. Construction of the MIA Mover began in March 2005, and it is scheduled for completion in September 2011. The total cost is $260 million, which will be funded primarily through MDAD’s Capital Improvement Program (CIP). Miami-Dade County’s contribution to the project is $160 million, and FDOT’s contribution of $100 million includes the guideway, foundations and the stations located at the MIC and MIA. Joint Development Joint development at the MIC will have the potential for office space, a hotel/conference center, restaurants, and ancillary retail and parking, based on demand. These options are currently being explored, according to FDOT. (This story also can be found on Construction Equipment Guide’s Web site at www.constructionequipmentguide.com.) CEG


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The brutal winter that has affected so many Americans along the East Coast since December also has been responsible for delaying many outdoor construction projects. Usually there are days where the conditions are mild enough to allow for work to continue. That has not been the case, though, in mountainous Watauga County, N.C., where work crews on U.S. 421 have battled a seemingly endless series of ice and snow storms since Christmas while trying to widen a major thoroughfare into and out of the town of Boone. Right now, the weather appears to be winning. But with spring just a few days away, officials with the North Carolina Department of Transportation (NCDOT) and the project’s general contractor, Blythe Development Co., Charlotte, N.C., are hoping that the U.S. 421 work can quickly ramp up to full speed. Their goal is to widen and improve a large section of U.S. 421, or King Street, as it is known to the locals, in time to handle the expected increase in traffic that will occur when construction of the county’s new high school is finished this summer. Work initially began last August on the approximately $16 million road project. The roadway being improved, only 1.1 mi. (1.7 km) long, stretches from the intersection of U.S. 421 and N.C. 194 (Jefferson Road) west to U.S. 421’s interchange with U.S. 321 (Hardin Street). Complicating matters is the fact that this section of U.S. 421 serves as the main entrance and exit point into Boone from the Triad and Triangle cities to the east. As home

to Appalachian State University, located at the western end of the project, Boone gets a great deal of out-of-town traffic via U.S. 421. Plans call for the current configuration of U.S. 421’s four narrow lanes to be expanded to six travel lanes with dedicated turn lanes at the route’s three main intersections. New 5 ft.-wide sidewalks and 2 ft.-wide bike lanes on the edge of the roadway, as well as a concrete median separating the north- and south-bound lanes, also are going in. It is hoped that by installing a 4 ft.-wide median along 90 percent of that part of the road, the high number of traffic accidents seen in the past due to people turning left can be avoided. Left turns will only be allowed at the stoplights at the main intersections. For decades, visitors and residents alike have become accustomed to battling heavy traffic along U.S. 421/King Street in downtown Boone. But only when a new high school was proposed at a site close to the road was something finally done to improve the situation. “Well, the amount of traffic in that area is the biggest reason for doing this project, certainly” explained Frank Gioscio, NCDOT’s resident engineer on the U.S. 421 improvement, “but what really got it moving hot and heavy was the proposal to build a new Watauga High School.” Gioscio said that the county debated for years whether to renovate the existing school or build a new one. When it was finally decided to put up a new school just off U.S. 421 and across town from the current school, Gioscio said, local leaders quickly realized that the nearby highway, with its bottleneck of four narrow lanes just east of the downtown, would be totally

Fortunately, a lot of work was done before Christmas, including the demolition of several buildings.

Work initially began last August on the approximately $16 million road project.

inadequate for handling even more traffic. “They realized that when that school opens, traffic through there would be an absolute nightmare due to the tremendous amount of vehicles that run through this end of town,” he said. “So they went to the NCDOT and asked if there was any way that the U.S. 421 project could be sped up to have it ready when the new school opens this August. They said ‘yes’ and the project was put on the fast track quicker than you have ever seen.” Now, although the overall project is not due to be completed until the end of 2011, the section of U.S. 421 from its intersection with Jefferson Road west to the intersection of U.S. 221/N.C. 105 must be finished by Aug. 6. If it is completed by that date, Blythe will receive a $300,000 bonus. If that target date is not met, Blythe will have to pay a substantial daily penalty, Gioscio said, as per its contract. So now it is up to Blythe’s John Culp, the company’s project engineer, to do all he can to meet that deadline. “According to the state, we are actually a little ahead of schedule on the work,” he said the last week in February. “In my mind, though, we are behind schedule and the weather caused that. Back in December, I figured that we might be behind a month by this point, but not the whole winter.” The bad weather, always a given at Boone’s elevation of more than 3,300 ft. (1,005 m), has been especially rough this winter. A damaging Christmas Eve ice storm was followed by snowstorm after snowstorm so that by the beginning of March, more than 60 in. (153 cm) of snowpack had accumulated. see STORMS page 26


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Crews Working Furiously to Meet First Project Deadline STORMS from page 25

Culp said that the only real work that has been done during the winter has been the erection of three retaining walls where some hillsides were excavated. “Somehow, I am going to have to make up the lost time in the spring and summer,” he said. Other problems that Culp and his crews have encountered along the way included the moving of the various utility lines that line/cross U.S. 421, and dealing with a much harder type of rock than was expected during excavation. A lot of work was done before Christmas, including the demolition of several buildings, Culp said. As a result, more than 1,500 ft. (457 m) of roadway is now under asphalt. “Besides the building removal and grading, they also did a lot of contaminated soil removal from two sites,” Gioscio added. “There were two old dry cleaning firms along the road that had a lot of contaminated material that had to be excavated and removed.”

Work crews on U.S. 421 have battled a seemingly endless series of ice and snow storms since Christmas while trying to widen a major thoroughfare into and out of the town of Boone.

Gioscio said Blythe and its subcontractors have now focused their energy on the stretch of U.S. 421 that has to be completed by early August and will not return to the other section until later. Culp added that although there is not a lot of earthmoving to be done on this project, there is still a

Blythe and the various subcontractors on the project will be able to bring out more of their collections of Caterpillar, Komatsu and John Deere equipment once the weather turns warmer.

substantial amount to be done this spring. That means more of his firm’s and the various subcontractors’ collection of Caterpillar, Komatsu and John Deere equipment will be used again once the weather turns warmer. Culp also thinks that come spring, as many as three dozen workers will again be working feverishly on the project to get it ready for its first deadline in August. He cited the work being done by the two major subs, SummersTaylor Inc., based in Elizabethton, Tenn.; and McKinney Drilling Company, Kernersville, N.C., as being key to finishing the project on time. Together, those two firms are building the tiered retaining walls, two of which are adjacent to a pair of hotels. (This story also can be found on Construction Equipment Guide’s Web site at www.constructionequipmentguide.com.) CEG


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®

Bobcat S300 Skid-Steer Loader Vertical Lift Path

More Lifting Power!

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Powerful, vertical-path lift arms raise heavy loads to new heights! • 3,000 lb. rated operating capacity • 81 hp turbo-charged diesel engine • 126 in. lift height • Excellent visibility to front and rear corners of loader

See your authorized Bocat Dealer. “Bobcat” is a registered trademark of Bobcat Company

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Arrow Equipment • The Paving Specialists Cat PM-200 Milling Machines With many enhanced features and options, the PM-200 performs controlled full-depth removal of asphalt layers in a single pass and is also capable of concrete removal.

Cat CB 534D Our Cat Compactors are designed to help you complete your work more efficiently and productively.

Cat Pavers Caterpillar Asphalt Pavers continue to lead the industry and meet your demanding job requirements.

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The LeeBoy 8515 Conveyor Paver Our heavy-duty Legend Screed, standard on the 8515, comes with two propane burners on the main screed and one burner on each extension. The 22” deep screed plate, with bullnose front, is made of 3/8 inch AR 400 steel, a special long-wearing hardened material that is bolted-on for easy replacement.

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Paving

SECTION Terex Glider Truck Program Upgrades Older Mixer Fleets The Terex glider truck program from Terex Roadbuilding offers ready mix concrete producers an economical alternative for upgrading front discharge transit mix truck fleets in the midst of challenging economic times and imminent Environmental Protection Agency 2010 emission standards. The flexible program allows customers to “glider out” Terex and other brands of mixer trucks. Additionally, customers have a vast array of upgrade options,

including the addition of auxiliary axles to size the truck to changing market conditions. “The concept behind our glider program is we only reuse viable truck components,” explained Steve Howard, director of sales for Terex front- and rear-discharge mixer trucks. “A customer can send us any front-discharge truck, no matter the model or brand, and we can use the components to create a Terex glider of any model.” Terex assists the customer with

If a donor truck is sent to Fort Wayne as a complete unit, it is dismantled, and the components are sent to the appropriate department within the factory. There they are checked, prepped and upgraded (if necessary) for installation just like original parts for new trucks.

selecting the right components to be reused for the glider truck. Producers can send the donor truck to the Fort Wayne, Ind., factory to be dismantled or dismantle the donor themselves and ship the components to the factory. The most common items reused by customers consist of the engine, transmission, transfer case, drive axles, wheels and tires, drum drive gearbox and hydrostatic transmissions for the drum. If a donor truck is sent to Fort Wayne as a complete unit, it is dismantled, and the components are sent to the appropriate department within the factory. There they are checked, prepped and upgraded (if necessary) for installation just like original parts for new trucks. The glider truck is sent down the same line and assembled by the same factory technicians that build new Terex mixer trucks. As part of the upgrade, the truck receives a new frame, air system, hydraulics, electrical system, suspension, cab and other required components to com-

As part of the upgrade, the truck receives a new frame, air system, hydraulics, electrical system, suspension, cab and other required components to complete the process.

plete the process. In a matter of weeks, the customer has a Terex glider truck offering a longer service life and much higher resale value than the donor truck, at a lower cost than buying new, according to the manufacturer. If the value of the glider truck is kept to within 75 percent of the cost of buying new, the customer does not have to pay federal excise tax, a savings of up to $13,000.

“Lower insurance premiums also could be realized with a glider truck,” added Howard. For producers who wish to upgrade their fleet by doing the work themselves, rather than sending the old truck or components to the Fort Wayne factory, Terex offers glider kits complete with the necessary components to complete the rebuild. For more information, visit www.terex.com.

Dynapac’s New Series of LF Forward Compaction Plates 20 Percent Faster Dynapac’s new series of LF forward compaction plates feature improved speed, flexibility and performance. Engineered for asphalt applications and available with a number of options to customize the plates, the new models are approximately 20 percent faster than their predecessors, according to the manufacturer. The Dynapac LF75 and LF100 plates are easily convertible from soil to asphalt applications and feature a specially engineered bottom plate and a water distribution system for all types of asphalt jobs. The bottom plate is the most critical component of a forward plate for asphalt compaction. The new Dynapac LF series bottom plate has been designed so its

edges give a well-defined contact surface that will leave no marks on the mat. The Dynapac LF series also features a water distribution system that is integrated into the bottom plate. Water consumption is optimized by means of a flow adjustment valve that is easily reached by the operator. A large removable water tank with a secured cap makes refills swift, simple and less frequent; this also allows for longer shift operation and more output per day. Maintenance is easier as well because there are no pipes or sprinklers to clean. The Dynapac LF75 and LF100 weigh 165 and 205 lbs. (75 and 93 kg) respectively. The LF75 is available with a Honda engine and a 16.5-in. (42 cm) bottom plate.

The LF100 is available in a gas or diesel option and features a 20-in. (51 cm)-wide bottom plate. The LF series is equipped with Dynapac’s Low-Vib handle, which reduces exposure to hand-arm transmitted vibrations and increases operator comfort. For tight spaces, the handle is aligned with the center of the plate for easy maneuverability. The handle can be raised to a vertical operational position, and then easily folded for transportation and storage. All models offer a wide variety of optional equipment such as lifting handles, block paving kits and a protection frame suitable for rental applications, all of which makes it possible to customize the machine.

The Dynapac LF75 and LF100 plates are easily convertible from soil to asphalt applications and feature a specially engineered bottom plate and a water distribution system for all types of asphalt jobs.


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Tractor and Equipment, VT LeeBoy Finalize Agreement Tractor and Equipment Company and VT LeeBoy have finalized an agreement that awards Tractor and Equipment Company exclusive distribution rights for the entire family of LeeBoy and Rosco paving and construction equipment within the state of Alabama and the panhandle of Florida. The agreement integrates Tractor and Equipment Companyâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s offerings of customer support with the LeeBoy brand. The LeeBoy family also includes the Rosco product line of paving products and asphalt tools. LeeBoy is a maker of commercial class asphalt pavers and also manufactures asphalt rollers, tack distributors, motorgraders, belt loaders and concrete curbers. The Rosco brand includes brooms, asphalt distributor trucks, water trucks, spray patchers, chip spreaders and compaction rollers. Tractor and Equipment

Companyâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s ability to exclusively distribute LeeBoy products will provide a new outlet to customers seeking solutions for smaller commercial jobs, making LeeBoy a supplement to Tractor and Equipment Companyâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s current product line. In addition to its inventor of new LeeBoy and Rosco machines, Tractor and Equipment Company keeps an inventory of LeeBoy and Rosco replacement parts as well as all product support necessary to keep the line up and running. Tractor and Equipment Company has served the territory since 1943. Headquartered in Birmingham, Ala., the companyâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s 12 locations in the territory provide sales of new and used equipment, rental, parts and service solutions for the paving, earthmoving, and industrial equipment industries. Its product offerings include Komatsu and (L-R standing) are Autrey McMillan, vice president, regional sales manager Alabama and Florida; Joe other allied brands. For more information, visit Patton, vice president, regional sales manager Alabama; and Dan Stracener, president, Tractor and www.tractor-equipment.com and Equipment Company. (L-R seated) are Doug Stone, vice president, branch manager Montgomery; and www.leeboy.com. Brian Hall, territory manager, mid south region, VT LeeBoy.


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ALABAMA Birmingham 205-591-2131

Mobile 251-457-8991

Grove Hill 251-275-4158

Oxford (Anniston) 256-831-2440

Tuscaloosa 205-752-0621

Decatur 256-355-0305

Tuscumbia (Shoals) 256-383-5666

Alabaster 205-621-2489

Montgomery 334-288-6580

Dothan 334-678-1832

FLORIDA Panama City 850-763-4654

Pensacola 850-505-0550


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SweepPro Broom

SPRH Chip Spreader

RA-300 Spray Patcher

Maximizer 3 Asphalt Distributor Features:

Roadbuilding Solutions

· · · · ·

LeeBoy’s Rosco brand roadbuilding solutions are designed and built for the most demanding applications. From asphalt distributors and brooms to pothole patchers and chip spreaders, count on LeeBoy products for value that delivers bottom-line results.

8 to 16 Foot Extendible Spraybar Automatic In-Cab Controls 400 GPM Viking Asphalt Pump Enviro-Flush Clean-Out System Internal Spraybar Valves

Durability, productivity, ease of operation and value have made LeeBoy an industry leader.

Contact your Rosco Dealer

MAXIMIZER 3 ASPHALT DISTRIBUTOR

INTERSTATE EQUIPMENT CO. P.O. Box 868 Statesville, NC 28677 704/873-9048 West Columbia, SC 803/794-7400 Raleigh, NC 919/467-1801

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

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

HEAVY HITTERS You get more performance, reliability and productive per square foot with Stone compactors. Stompers®, forward and reversible plates, walk-behind and ride-on asphalt and dirt rollers, manual and remote control trench rollers - all designed to hit hard and travel fast. They’ll get your job done on time and on budget. When you need a real compaction performer call in one of the heavy hitters from Stone - a 100% employees owned American company.

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

JFW Equipment Inc. 3517 Wayne White Rd. Climax, NC 27233 336-685-4998 • Fax: 336-685-0968 Email: jfwequip@aol.com Web: www.jfwequipment.com


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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.

AUTHORIZED DYNAPAC DEALERS ATLAS COPCO CMT USA LLC LaVergne, TN 615.641.3042 Knoxville, TN 865.673.0344 FLINT EQUIPMENT Albany, GA 229.888.1212 Perry, FL 850.584.9200 Tallahassee, FL 850.575.5600 Anyor, SC 843.358.5688 Simpsonville, SC 864.963.5835 W. Columbia, SC 803.794.9340

LYLE MACHINERY Jackson, MS 601.939.4000 Columbus, MS 662.243.2152 Hattiesburg, MS 601.296.7556 Magnolia, MS 601.783.2111 Gulfport, MS 228.832.7575 TRACTOR & EQUIP. CO. Tuscaloosa, AL 205.752.0621 Panama City, FL 850.763.4654 Pensacola, FL 850.505.0550

TRACTOR & EQUIP. CO. Alabaster, AL 205.621.2489 Anniston, AL 256.831.2440 Birmingham, AL 205.591.2131 Decatur, AL 256.355.0305 Dothan, AL 334.678.1832 Grove Hill, AL 334.275.4158 Mobile, AL 251.457.8991 Montgomery, AL 334.288.6580 Shoals Area, AL 256.383.5666

For more information or a personal demonstration, call 210.474.5770 or visit an authorized Dynapac dealer near you.

METRAC, INC. Adairsville, GA 770.773.9857 Atlanta, GA 404.691.9445 Grovetown, GA 770.855.5440 Braselton, GA 770.965.1889 Columbus, GA 706.687.3344 Macon, GA 478.788.1586

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685B 685B Motor Motor Grader

8510 Paver 8500 Asphalt Paver

400 Roller 400 Vibratory Vibratory Roller

8515 Asphalt Paver Features:

· · · · · · ·

8 to 15 Foot Paving Width 87-HP Kubota Diesel Engine Dual Operator Stations High Deck or Low Deck Configuration Heavy-Duty Vibrating, Heated Legend Screed System Choice of Propane or Electric Screed Heat Dual Joystick Steering

8515 8510 ASPHALT ASPHALTPAVER PAVER

Roadbuilding Solutions LeeBoy roadbuilding solutions are designed and built for the most demanding applications. From asphalt pavers and motor graders to compaction rollers, asphalt distributors, brooms, chip spreaders and pothole patchers, count on LeeBoy brand products for value that delivers bottom-line results. Durability, productivity, ease of operation and value have made LeeBoy an industry leader.

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

REYNOLDS-WARREN COMPANY 1945 Forest Parkway Lake City, GA 30260 800/875-5659 404/361-1593

3300 Alcoa Highway Knoxville, TN 37920 (865) 577-5563

POWER EQUIPMENT COMPANY Highway 58 @153 Chattanooga, TN 37406 (423) 894-1870

3050 Ferrell Park Cove Memphis, TN 38116-3502 (901) 346-9800

1487 Rock Springs Road Kingsport, TN 37664 (423) 349-6111

1290 Bridgestone Pkwy LaVergne, TN 37086 (615) 213-0900

1545 Highway 45 Saltillo, MS 38866 (662) 869-0283

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


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JAMES RIVER EQUIPMENT INC.

EXACTCOMPACT HELPS SPEED COMPACTION BY MONITORING IMPACT SPACING Take

a

high-frequency

Sakai

roller

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you

can

speed

compaction.

With

EXACTCOMPACT, you can be sure that you’re rolling at the precise impact spacing. EXACTCOMPACT is a simple visual monitor: Red = You’re rolling too fast.

Yellow = You’re rolling too slow. Green = You’re right on target to reach density at the fastest possible ground speed. EXACTCOMPACT is standard on mainline Sakai rollers – optional on all others. Put it to work on your next HMA job.

Nasser Heavy Equipment www.nasserheavyequip.com 4320 GA Hwy. 400 525 Hurricane Shoals Rd. Cumming, GA 30041 Lawrence, GA 30045 770/889-5004 770/995-6663

www.sakaiamerica.com 1-800-323-0535

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

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

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


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3517 Wayne White Rd., Climax, NC 27233

866-430-7539

New Stone WP4100 double drum vibrator y roller, front, rear or both drums vibrate, Kubota 24.8 hp liquid cooled diesel engine, 40" drums, hydrostatic drive and steering, water system, 4000 lbs centrifugal force, ROPS, double drum drive

New Stone Bulldog TR34 trench compactor, remote operation, 20 hp Hatz diesel engine, 34" drums, centrifugal force 15709, 2000 vpm

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New Stone WP3100R double drum vibrator y 35.4 width drum, centrifugal force 3000 lbs, hydrostatic drive and steering, Honda 18hp gas twin engine, 40 gallon water tank, double drum drive, front drum vibration, ROPS

New Stone SFP3000A for ward plate tamp, 5.5 hp Honda gas engine, 13 qt polyethylene water tank, plate size 20" x 24", eccentric force 3000 lbs, vibration frequency 6000 vpm, removable water tank

1990 Etnyre BT-HL 1540 Gallon Distributor, air on/off controls, propane burners, 10 ft TUC spray bar, Ford F700 w/Ford 6 cylinder diesel engine, 5 spd trans, 2 spd axle, air brakes

1999 Gilcrest 813RT Propaver, Isuzu 80hp diesel engine, 8-13 ft screed

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2007 Bomag BW190AD-4AM, 2008 Bomag BW211PD, 3.6 2006 Bomag BW138AD, 2007 Hyundai HL740TM-7, 621 Hrs, s/n 101920261043 Hrs, s/n 901583261076 ...... 288 Hrs, s/n 101650142412 404 Hrs, s/n LF210371 ........ ..............................$$120,000 ................................$$95,000 ................................$$43,500 ................................$$80,000

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LBX Company, Makers of Link-Belt excavators

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MODEL OPERATING LOAD ENGINE POWER LBS. (KG) HP (KW)

OPERATING WIDTH IN. (CM)

MODEL OPERATING LOAD ENGINE POWER LBS. (KG) HP (KW)

JOHN DEERE

BOBCAT MT52 MT55 S70 S100 S150 S650 S330 T110 T190 T650 T250 T320 A300

520 (236) 550 (249) 700 (318) 1,000 (453) 1,500 (680) 2,690 (1,220) 3,300 (1,497) 1,100 (499) 1,900 (862) 2,570 (1,166) 2,500 (1,135) 3,100 (1,406) 3,000 (1,362)

20 (14.9) 25 (18.6) 23.5 (17.5) 35.5 (26.5) 49 (16.5) 74.3 (55.4) 85 (63.4) 41.8 (31.2) 66 (49.2) 74.3 (55.4) 81 (60,3) 92 (68,6) 81 (60,4)

36 (91.4) 44 (111.8) 36 (91.4) 50 (127) 68 (172.7) 74 (188) 74 (188) 50 (127) 68 (172.7) 74 (188) 80 (203.2) 80 (203.2) 74 (188)

313 315 318D 320D 326D 328D 332D CT315 319D 323D 329D 333D

1,260 (572) 1,500 (680) 1,800 (816) 2,000 (907) 2,600 (1,179) 2,800 (1,270) 3,200 (1,452) 1,500 (680) 1,900 (862) 2,500 (1,134) 2,900 (1,315) 3,300 (1,497)

45 (34) 45 (34) 58 (43) 63 (47) 70 (52) 80 (60) 89 (66) 45 (34) 58 (43) 63 (47) 80 (60) 89 (66)

CASE 410 Series III, Tier IV 420 Series III, Tier IV 430 Series III, Tier III 435 Series III, Tier III 450 Series III, Tier III 465 Series III, Tier III

1,500 (681) 1,850 (839) 2,000 (907) 2,200 (998) 2,450 (1,111) 3,000 (1,361)

60 (45) 74 (55) 82 (61) 82 (61) 90 (67) 90 (67)

59 (150) 59 (150) 59 (150) 72 (183) 72 (183) 72 (183)

1,550 (705) 1,900 (864) 2,000 (907) 2,650 (1,205)

53.7 (39.8) 54.4 (40.3) 84 (62.6) 84 (62.6)

47 (35) 56 (42) 71 (53) 73 (54) 82 (61) 90 (67)

60 (152) 60 (152) 72 (183) 66 (168) 66 (168) 66 (168)

Multi Terrain Loaders 247B2 2,050 (930) 287C 3,850 (1,746) 297C 4,200 (1,905)

57 (42) 82 (61) 90 (67)

66 (168) 78 (198) 78 (198)

Compact Track Loaders 279C 3,200 (1,451) 299C 4,150 (1,882)

82 (61) 90 (67)

78 (198) 78 (198)

GEHL 24 (17.9) 35 (26.0) 46 (34.0) 62 (46.0) 62 (46.0) 62 (46.0) 84 (62.6) 84 (62.6) 84 (62.6) 99 (73.8)

35.8 (90.9) 48.4 (122.9) 53.0 (133.4) 62.0 (157.5) 62.0 (157.5) 62.0 (157.5) 69.0 (175.3) 72.5 (184.2) 69.5 (176.5) 81.0 (205.7)

HYUNDAI HSL650-7A HSL850-7A

1,433 (650) 1,896 (860)

47.6 (35.49) 74.2 (55.33)

59.6 (151.38) 72 (182.88)

JCB 160 170 180 190 1110 180T 190T 1110T

1,389 (630) 1,587 (720) 1,808 (820) 2,094 (950) 2,535 (1150) 1,896 (860) 2,094 (950) 2,535 (1,150)

50 50 60 84 92 60 84 92

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64.9 (165 ) 65.3 (166 ) 72 (183) 72 (183 )

MUSTANG

1,400 (635) 1,500 (680) 2,500 (1,134) 2,150 (975) 2,350 (1,066) 3,250 (1,474)

Gehl 1640E 850 (386) Gehl 3640E 1,050 (476) Gehl 4240E 1,350 (612) Gehl 4640E (T) 1,650 (748) Gehl 4640E (T-Hi-Flow) 1,650 (748) Gehl 5240E (T) 1,900 (862) Gehl 5640E (T-Hi-Flow) 2,200 (998) Gehl 6640E (T-Hi-Flow) 2,600 (1,179) Gehl V270 2,700 (1,225) Gehl 7810E (T) 3,850 (1747)

59 (149) 59 (149) 63 (160) 69 (175) 73 (185) 77 (196) 78 (198) 61 (155) 72 (183) 72 (183) 79 (201) 81 (206)

KOMATSU SK815-5 SK820-5 SK1020-5 SK1026-5

CATERPILLAR 216B2 226B2 252B2 246C 256C 272C

OPERATING WIDTH IN. (CM)

54 (137) 54 (137) 54 (137) 67 (170) 67 (170) 53.25 (135) 72 (183) 80 (203)

2012 2026 2041 2044 2054 2056 2076 2086 2700V 2109

850 (386) 1,050 (476.3) 1,350 (612.4) 1,450 (657.8) 1,650 (748.4) 1,900 (861.8) 2,200 (997.9) 2,600 (1,179) 2,700 (1,225) 3,850 (1,746)

24 (17.9) 35 (26.1) 46 (34.3) 47 (35) 47 (35) 62 (46.2) 84 (62.6) 84 (62.6) 84 (62.6) 99 (73.8)

36 (91.4) 48 (121.9) 55 (139.7) 59 (149.9) 60.7 (154.2) 62 (157.5) 69 (175.3) 69 (175.3) 67 (170.2) 81 (205.7)

NEW HOLLAND L120 L125 L150 L160 L170 L175 L180 L185 L190

600 (272) 700 (317) 1,350 (612) 1,600 (726) 1,765 (801) 2,000 (907) 2,200 (998) 2,500 (1,134) 2,800 (1,270)

18 (13.3) 16.5 (12.3) 38 (28.4) 46 (34.3) 52 (39.3) 60 (45) 74 (55) 82 (61) 90 (67)

35.2 to 40.25 (89 to 102) 35.2 to 40.25 (89 to 102) 60 (152) 63.9 (162) 63.9 (162) 70.6 (179) 71.25 (181) 71.25 (181) 71.25 to 76.4 (181 to 194)

TEREX ASV Terex PT-30 Terex PT-50 Terex PT-60 Terex PT-70 Terex PT-80 Terex PT-100 Terex PT-100 Forestry

1,600 (726) 3,800 (1,724) 3,800 (1,724) 5,500 (2,495) 6,200 (2,812) 7,600 (3,447) 7,600 (3,447)

32.7 (24.4) 50 (37.3) 60 (44.7) 71 (53) 80.5 (60) 99.9 (74.5) 99.9 (74.5)

11 (28) 15 (38.1) 15 (38.1) 15 (38.1) 18 (45.7) 18 (45.7) 18 (45.7)

VOLVO MC60B MC70B MC80B MC90B MC110B

1,400 (635) 1,500 (682) 1,850 (839) 2,000 (907) 2,400 (1,089)

45.4 (33.8) 53.9 (40.2) 67.7 (50.5) 83.5 (62.3) 83.5 (62.3)

VISIT WWW.CONSTRUCTIONEQUIPMENTGUIDE.COM FOR COMPLETE SKID STEER LISTINGS. Despite efforts by Construction Equipment Guide to contact all the manufacturers of excavators, not all of them appear in this chart.

59.8 (151.8) 65.3 (165.8) 72.3 (183.8) 72.3 (183.8) 72.3 (183.8)


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A skid steer with a door. Your safety could hinge on it.

JCB–the common sense solution. You wouldn’t climb over the hood of your Ford F-250 to get in, so why do it with a skid steer? Why risk injury by climbing over potentially dangerous attachments, when there is an obvious solution…to use a door. JCB has developed the world’s only skid steer featuring a door. And with five wheeled and three tracked loaders, you’ve also got a whole lot of choices. The JCB skid steer–it won’t hurt to try it! To learn more about our full range of construction equipment visit www.jcbamericas.com.

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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Compact Rubber-Track Models Designed for Aggressive Apps

The 279C, 289C and 299C loaders feature steel embedded track and steel undercarriage components for maximum life in aggressive applications.

Three models of compact track loaders, the 279C, 289C and 299C, are the newest additions to the Caterpillar line of rubber-track loaders. The new loaders feature steel embedded track and steel undercarriage components for maximum life in aggressive applications. The new tracked machines deliver solid traction and reduced wear on sites with sticky, rocky soils, according to the manufacturer. The new compact track loaders combine a freshly engineered suspension-type undercarriage, designed and built by Caterpillar, with the chassis of their multi terrain loader counterparts, the 277C, 287C and 297C. The fully suspended undercarriage employs four independent torsion axles for an enhanced ride and bucket load retention. Track-on-ground of almost 70 in. (178 cm) provides good flotation and traction, low ground pressure and long track life. All three models feature twospeed drive systems, with a maximum speed of 8.5 mph (13.7 kmh), for fast movement around large sites. The electrohydraulic joystick control of the drive motors delivers straight-line tracking, and electronic torque management optimizes productivity. Drive motor seal guards extend the lives of seals and final drives. The new models have rated operating capacities of 3,200, 3,850 and 4,150 lbs. (1,451, l,746 and 1,882 kg), at 50 percent of tip-

ping load. Net horsepower ratings are 82 (61 kW) for the 279C and 289C, and 90 (67 kW) for the 299C. Lift-arm-path design is radial for the 279C and vertical for the 289C and 299C. The new compact track loaders complement the Caterpillar multi terrain loaders, which feature very low ground pressure for high flotation and little ground disturbance. Multi terrain loaders also offer the best ride and highest travel speeds of all compact tracked machines. Now customers can choose the machine that best suits their primary applications. New Undercarriage At the heart of the Caterpillar compact track loader design is a robust new undercarriage. It uses an external-type sprocket, steel track rollers and idlers, conventional spring-type (grease-adjusted) recoil mechanism and rubber tracks that incorporate the reinforcing strength of steel — both as steel cords that run longitudinally through the tracks and as steel inserts at the sprocket-engagement points. The design emphasizes durability and aggressive traction, suiting it particularly well for applications in which maintenance, operator technique and underfoot conditions might present challenges. In addition to its heavy-duty construction and heavy-duty performance, the compact track loader undercarriage also is designed to

be easy on the operator and easy on the machine. Because the undercarriage is suspended via a pair of torsion axles on each side of the machine, each track assembly can flex independently, resulting in a softer ride for the operator, reduced shock loads through the machine and minimal spillage from the bucket in rough going. And with nearly 70 in. of track-on-ground, the 18-in. (46 cm) wide rubber tracks exert low ground pressures, while providing added traction and long service life. Power Train and Hydraulics Powering the three new loaders is the Cat C3.4T diesel engine, an inline, four-cylinder, turbocharged model with a 201-cu.-in. (3.3-L) displacement. The engine is designed with high-load-carrying bearings, induction-hardened cylinder liners, forged-steel/superfinished crankshaft, positive displacement gear-pump lubrication system and gear-driven coolant pump. The engine powers a two-speed hydrostatic drive system, which provides a travel speed of 8.5 mph (13.6 kmh) in second range — and which is standard equipment for the new 279C, 289C and 299C models. The drive system is engineered to electronically balance torque and speed delivered to the tracks, a feature designed to promote optimum performance and fuel efficiency in any application,

whether aggressively digging in a sticky clay bank, loading trucks or doing drawbar work. To complement the efficient design of the drive system, the drive motors incorporate Caterpillar’s seal guard, which helps protect the motors from damage. Electronic control of the drive system allows continual fine-tuning of the engine, drive pumps and drive motors to deliver controlled tractive effort, but always in combination with ample hydraulic power for the implement (lift and tilt) and auxiliary circuits. Standard hydraulic flow is 22 gpm (84 Lpm), and rated system pressure is 3,335 psi (23,000 kPa). The auxiliary-hydraulic system uses a large variable-displacement load-sensing pump, provides a continuousflow feature and incorporates heavy-duty, flat-faced quick disconnect couplings. For applications requiring added hydraulic horsepower, Caterpillar offers the optional High Flow XPS auxiliary-hydraulic system, which delivers 33 gpm (125 Lpm) at a system pressure of 4,061 psi (28,000 kPa). The XPS system allows the new machines to efficiently handle such demanding work tools as a cold planer and a brush cutter. A mechanical quick-coupler is standard equipment, and a hydraulically controlled coupler is available. For added control, the optional advanced machine information and control system

(AMICS) allows the operator to select the level of loader-arm and bucket responsiveness, while also providing 10 work-speed selections. Operator/Technician Amenities To enhance controllability and ease of operation, the new models are equipped with a foot throttle, which allows the operator to adjust engine speed to suit the application, while also reducing sound levels and conserving fuel. This feature complements the independently adjustable joystick controllers, which are console-mounted to provide ample forearm support. The operator station is equipped with a suspension seat. The optional enclosed ROPS cabin is sealed, pressurized and heated, with ventilation air filtered to eliminate dust. An available airride seat and air-conditioning further enhance the operator environment. The design positions the seat and surrounding enclosure to enhance visibility, and a quickrelease door and safety interlock system prevent accidental machine movement. Lift-arm safety braces are designed for easy use, and routinemaintenance features include a rear door that swings open 90 degrees to provide ready access to service points. Also, the cab tilts up for wide-open access to drive-system and hydraulic components.


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Steel Track Option Available for Compact Track Loaders Bobcat Company has introduced an all-steel track option for compact track loaders. The steel track option is similar to the tracks used on bulldozers. Customers who work exclusively in earthmoving or abrasive environments, such as demolition or forestry, will experience increased pushing force and longer life out of the undercarriage, according to the manufacturer. The steel track undercarriage is best suited to contractors working in conditions where rubber or rubber-reinforced steel tracks could become damaged. For instance, the jagged edges of concrete and rebar that demolition contractors encounter and the sharp tree branches forestry contractors come in contact with can quickly wear down or damage rubber tracks. With steel tracks, these customers reduce the potential for downtime. The steel track undercarriage also is recommended for earthmoving contractors because the steel tracks increase the traction of the compact loader. By increasing traction, the operator can move more material in less time. Unlike dozers, compact track loaders are not dedicated to one task. Through the use of attachments, compact track loaders become multifunctional machines and are a good option for contractors looking to lower their fleet overhead by using a single machine to perform many tasks. The new Bobcat steel track undercarriage is available on the Bobcat T250, T300 and T320 compact track loaders. For more information, visit The steel track undercarriage is best suited to contractors working in conditions where rubber or rubber-reinwww.bobcat.com/loaders/product_lines/track. forced steel tracks could become damaged.

Komatsu’s SK815-5 Skid Steer Built for High Performance Komatsu America Corp.’s SK815-5 skid steer loader is equipped with Komatsu’s Automatic Power Control (APC), and a standard two-speed transmission. The SK815-5 offers options and features for a wide variety of construction, utility, agricultural and industrial applications. With a 54-hp (40 kW) engine, the SK815-5 has a 5,785 lb. (2,624 kg) operating weight with a 1,550 lb. (703 kg) operating capacity. The SK815-5 features an auxiliary hydraulic circuit with a maximum flow of 16.1 gpm (61 Lpm), with the option of a “Super Flow” auxiliary hydraulic circuit at a maximum flow at 26 gpm (98 Lpm). Komatsu offers a standard, two-speed, shift-on-the-go transmission with a working speed of 6.5 mph (10.5 kmh) and a travel speed of 10 mph (16 kmh). All instrumentation is located on the operator arm rest bar for easy viewing, and all controls and switches are within easy reach of The SK815-5 features an auxiliary hydraulic circuit with a maximum flow of 16.1 gpm the operator. The SK815’s proportional (61 Lpm), with the option of a “Super Flow” auxiliary hydraulic circuit at a maximum pressure control (PPC) joystick levers are flow at 26 gpm (98 Lpm).

easy to use while still providing easy and accurate control of the machine, according to the manufacturer. Operators have the choice of control patterns: The single lever travel (ISO) allows for fully independent travel and loader control while the popular two stick travel allows individual travel control. Both control patterns are fully hydraulic, adjustment free and maintenance free. With an optional, fully enclosed cab with slide-up overhead front doors, the SK815-5 features an expansive entrance, 360-degree visibility, heating and air conditioning. Other options include ride control, engine air pre-cleaner and suspension seat. Safety features include a backup alarm, horn, retractable seatbelt, and a seat switch and arm rest bar that automatically neutralize machine operations when the operator moves off the seat or raises the bar. For more information, visit www.komatsuamerica.com.


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narrow channel leading from the Spillway Motel to the spillway itself. Then, the channel between the new retaining wall and the spillway would be filled with dirt. TDOT submitted a permit application in February 2006 for the new spillway, spillway channel and bridge. A month later, an amended permit application was submitted to the USACE and the Tennessee Department of Environment and Conservation. Public hearings were held, including two regarding a required navigation permit for the project. Construction was expected to begin following acquisition of about 75 acres of land for right-of-way from state agencies and a private owner in 2006, but that continued until 2009. And although TDOT applied for state and federal water quality permits that would allow the department to build separate bridge and spillway structures about 1,000 ft. (305 m) west of the current spillway bridge and a Reelfoot Lake navigation permit, which regulates any activity on the lake that could interfere with navigation, the Tennessee Department of Environment and Conservation asked TDOT to review all of the alternatives again. Aconsultant was hired to test submerged soils for contamination before digging a new channel from Reelfoot Lake to Running Reelfoot Bayou. A series of circulation channels on the lake is intended to improve flow between what are now stagnant areas and is part of the USACE’s initial presentation. The model plan addressed the worst scenarios of floods and drought, along with consideration upstream and downstream for farmers tilling lowlands. In 2004, the State Gazette reported concerns expressed by several farmers with adjacent land exposed to frequent flooding when the spillway is opened. The Tennessee Attorney General’s office responded to their questions that “the West Tennessee River Basin Authority is the entity responsible for maintaining and coordinating drainage work and flood control in Running Reelfoot Bayou. As a result of lawsuits in the 1970s and 1980s and water-quality regulations, the basin authority has not used a dragline or dredged a river in years. Accumulations of woody debris are removed in accordance with a 1985 federal court order and waterquality regulations.” Greg Wathen, representing the organization, said the existing spillway is “almost inoperable and it is difficult to control lake levels and the amount of water leaving the spillway.” The new spillway is expected to give the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service more control. Since 1930 water levels in the lake have

been somewhat regulated by the spillway at berm in front of the old spillway is designed new bridge and a canal will be dug, running the southern end of the lake, where the to relieve pressure, but because it will block south of the spillway and then north of the Running Reelfoot Bayou flows out of it. The the stream on the north side of Highway 21, spillway under the new bridge to the lake. USFWS administers operation of the water which normally empties into the spillway, The second phase involves construction levels at the current spillway at Reelfoot the box culvert at the east end will allow of a temporary road around the old spillway. Lake, under the terms of a lease agreement water to go under the highway and out to the After TDOT fills in the old spillway, it will with the State of Tennessee, and under an bayou. remove the temporary road and plant grass Interim Water Management Plan. The West Early plans called for the bridge to be seed on the slopes. Tennessee River Basin Authority is respon- demolished and the surface of the old spillBut before the plan could be put into opersible for maintaining and coordinating way to be covered with rock, creating a sta- ation, an inspection caused alarm about the drainage and flood control on the safety and stability of the existing bayou. spillway and road embankment. The project, despite increasing TDOT had to initiate an emergency the size of the spillway, will not repair project to stabilize them in alter the current water manage2007. Dement Construction drove ment plan for Reelfoot Lake, 64 ft. (19.5 m)-long steel sheets which is administered by the U.S. along the lake side of the spillway Fish and Wildlife Service. to stop water from leaking through Operating under an interim plan the structure. that holds the winter pool at an eleSince work began, Lawrence vation of 283.2 ft. (86.3 m) and a said the weather has caused some summer pool at 282.7 ft. (86.1 m), “temporary stand-stills” and was the USFWS had to meet mitigatemporarily halted for two weeks in tion measures before raising the January when an eagle’s nest was lake to higher levels. Lawrence discovered near the site. indicated that “the water levels are “We also face work time restricbeing maintained at a designated tions with the nesting of the eagles,” elevation by TWRA.” Construction is designed in two phases. First, TDOT will Lawrence explained. According to state wildlife offibuild a temporary road around the area where the new bridge will be built. Plans and Contracts cials, no work can be performed Lawrence explained that the within 660 ft. (201 m) of a nesting project was divided into several area. components: the bridge with a Hal Coffey, co-owner of Coffey budget of $4.3 million; the spillConstruction Company in way with a budget of $9.3 million; Hickman, Ky., one of the 16 suband the channel with a cost of $6.3 contractors on the project, told local million. In June 2009, TDOT radio station KYTN that the stopaccepted Dement Construction page didn’t impact the schedule Company’s bid of $19.9 million and was anticipating resuming for the construction of the Reelfoot work on a slurry trench at the spillSpillway and Bridge Project. way to stop seepage. This project is 100 percent Other challenges include destate-funded, she pointed out. watering due to ground water being The $19 million bid sounds like near the surface. Meanwhile, work less than early estimates of a $30 continues, with as many as 30 million price tag, but Lawrence workers on the job site at any given explained that’s because right of time and only occasional Saturdays way acquisition, the box bridge scheduled. and environmental mitigation are Despite the numerous legal and logistical obstacles, overAlso onsite are two 80-ton (72.5 all under separate contracts. t) cranes, six track hoes, two D6 all progress is on schedule. “The $19.9 is just a piece of the high tracks, one man lift, one total package, and the $30 million being the ble slope for a new section of Highway 21. hydraulic crane, two Bobcats, one small fintotal estimate for the entire job.” However, the original spillway has been ish dozer and two back hoes. The box culvert was built under a differ- declared an historical landmark and will be “Throughout the life of the project, we ent contract and is now complete. preserved. will be excavating 430,000-plus yards, pour“This box was built as a relief structure to “We will be sealing the existing spillway ing 5,500-plus yards of concrete and laying push the water, not allowing it to enter the as soon as we open the newly built spill- 25,000 yards of sod,” Lawrence detailed. existing Spillway,” said Lawrence. way,” Lawrence added. Despite the numerous legal and logistical The 3,000- to 3,500-ft. (914 to 107 m)Work for the entire project is scheduled obstacles, Lawrence said overall progress is long canal will connect the new spillway to for completion in September 2012, adjusted on schedule, which is surely a relief to everyRunning Reelfoot Bayou. Located near from original expectations of one year earli- one in the area. the intersection of routes 21 and 22, the box er. Construction is designed in two phases. (This story also can be found on culvert serves the dual purpose of alleviating First, TDOT will build a temporary road Construction Equipment Guide’s Web site annual flooding and diverting water that around the area where the new bridge will be at www.constructionequipmentguide.com.) now flows through the old spillway. A dirt built. The spillway will be built south of the CEG


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Case Announces Rockin’Block Party Sweepstakes Winners Case Construction Equipment has awarded each of the three winners of its Rockin’ Block Party sweepstakes with a new Case 430 skid steer loader valued at more than $47,000. A random drawing conducted Dec. 14 selected American Abatement, San Antonio, Texas; WWF Construction, Winnipeg, Manitoba; and R-Crow Construction, Terrell, Texas, as grand prize sweepstakes winners. “The response to the Rockin’ Block Party celebration was extraordinary,” said Ion Warner, senior director of marketing. “Thousands of Case customers participated in the events hosted by more than 20 Case dealers throughout North America.” Case also announced winners of its Rockin’ Block Party skid steer story contest. Grand prize winners each received a $1,000 CNH Capital card. The four grand prize winners were Douglas Bullerman, Adrian, Minn.; Doug Eastwood, Medina, Ohio; Roger Betland, Dayton, Minn.; and William Jackson, DeMotte, Ind. Another 20 winners were drawn for first through fifth place and received prizes including jackets, T-shirts and hats. (L-R): Rockin’ Block Party sweepstakes winner Fernando Duran, co-owner of American Throughout 2009, as part of the Abatement, San Antonio, Texas, accepts congratulations from Kyle Smith of ASCO Texana Rockin’ Block Party celebration of the Machinery and Ion Warner, Case senior director of marketing.

40th anniversary of Case skid steer loaders, customers were invited to climb into the cab of a Case skid steer loader for a demo and a chance to win a new machine. The events raised more than $50,000 in support of local Habitat for Humanity affiliates across North America. During the past three years, Case has raised nearly $200,000 in support of Habitat for Humanity and Case and its dealers have helped build several homes in their local communities. “The Case Rockin’ Block Party events provided an opportunity for the local Habitat for Humanity affiliates to accept donations, generate awareness and recruit volunteers, Warner said. “Some Case dealerships also participated in local Habitat for Humanity home builds.” Habitat for Humanity builds and rehabilitates homes and sells them at no profit, and with zero-percent-interest mortgages, to low-income, first-time home buyers. The homeowners’ monthly mortgage payments are used to build still more Habitat houses. For more information, call 866/54CASE6 or visit www.casece.com.


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Alabama Senate Approves $1 Billion Road, Bridge Construction Program MONTGOMERY, Ala. (AP) The Alabama Senate has approved a $1 billion road construction program that proponents expect to create jobs in the construction industry. The Senate voted 25-10 March 11 for the proposed constitutional amendment by Democratic Sen. Lowell

Barron of Fyffe. The bill still must pass the House and be approved by Alabama voters in the general election Nov. 2. Barron’s bill would take $100 million per year for 10 years from a state savings account called the Alabama Trust Fund. The money would be used

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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: 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. March 25, 2010 – Summit. 2010 OSDBU Small Business Summit at the Renaissance Mayflower Hotel, 1127 Connecticut Avenue NW, Washington, DC. The U.S. Department of Transportation (USDOT) Office of Small and Disadvantaged Business Utilization (OSDBU) invites you to attend a Disadvantaged Business Enterprise (DBE) Forum and a Business Matchmaking Event “The Road to Recovery.” Registration opens at 8:00 a.m. For more information, please contact 202-366-1930. April 23-24, 2010 – Auction. NITKE AUCTION, Wausau, Wisconsin. 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. 42nd Annual IAAP Convention at the Springfield Crowne Plaza Hotel, Springfield, IL. You may register by contacting IAAP, 1115 South 2nd Street, Springfield, IL 62704. Fax: (217)241-1641. Telephone: (217)241-1639. June 1-5, 2010 – EXPO. ConExpo Russia 2010, Crocus International Exhibition Center, Moscow, Russia. ConExpo Russia is a new construction exhibition supported by the Russian government, Russian contractor groups, and the manufacturers who exhibit. It is the gathering place of the construction, utility and forestry industries in Russia and surrounding states, featuring the latest in equipment technologies and education. The Russian construction industry is booming. With continued growth potential and infrastructure projects in the nonresidential construction, forestry and utility industries, companies are looking to the Russian market to expand their enterprise. For more information visit: www.conexporussia.com and email: info@conexporussia.com and phone: (800)867-6060. June 25-26, 2010 – Show. South Carolina Truck Show, Charleston, SC. Home to beautiful beaches and great American history, Charleston, SC will be the site for the South Carolina Truck Show. The event is being held at the Faith Assembly of God Church, 337 Farmington Road, Exit 199 off I-26. All proceeds from this event will go towards misions work at Faith Assembly of God Church. For more information, call 843-3762418 or email dr.fry@wlcn.tv. July 19-21, 2010 – Workshop. Illinois Association of Aggregate Producers is hosting a Illinois Teachers Workship: “Rocks, Minerals & Mining in Today’s Society” at Chestnut Mountain Resort, 8700 West Chestnut Road, Galena, Illinois 61036; telephone: (800) 798-0098. For sign up information or questions, please call: Glenda Schoening or Shawn McKinney (217) 241-1639. 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. INFORMATION - The Transportation for Illinois Coalition (TFIC) has published and electronic version of it’s most recent white paper, an analysis of the 2009 capital program. To download a copy of this document, go to the TFIC website: http://www.tficillinois.org, click on publications and open the file entitled Capital Funding for Transportation. Questions? Please feel free to contact John Henriksen, Illinois Association of Aggregate Producers, 1115 South 2nd Street, Springfield, IL 62704. Office: (217)241-1639. Cell: (217)899-7389. Fax: (217)241-1641.


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Volvo CE’s Fernandez Earns 2010 Golden Beavers Award The 2010 Golden Beavers Award for Service and Supply was presented to Al Fernandez, regional vice president and branch manager, Volvo Construction Equipment Services (VCES), San Leandro, Calif., at the Beavers 55th Annual Awards Dinner held at the Hyatt Regency Century Plaza in Los Angeles, Jan. 22, 2010. More than 2,000 members of the construction industry attended the event, which recognizes industry individuals for their achievements, skills and contributions to the heavy construction industry in the categories of management, supervision, engineering, and service and supply. The 2010 Golden Beaver Awards were presented by Beavers president and awards master of ceremonies, Thomas R. Draeger, an executive with the Bechtel Group. Former Speaker of the House, Newt Gingrich, was the guest speaker. Fernandez began his career in the construction industry in 1974 in underground contracting operations during his senior year at the Colorado School of Mines, where he earned his bachelor’s degree in mining engineering. Upon

graduation, Fernandez accepted a position with Ingersoll Rand’s international group and, following extensive training, was assigned as a sales engineer to that company’s Mexico City office responsible for assisting contractors with equipment selection, operating costs, production requirements and feasibility analysis. He supported an array of jobs, from hydroelectric projects and reservoir and tunnel construction to mining and waterdevelopment projects. In 1979 Fernandez joined the sales department of Ingersoll Rand’s Pico Rivera, Calif., office, and in 1987 was appointed sales manager of the company’s San Leandro, Calif., operations. He was promoted to vice president and branch manager in 1989 and became western regional vice president in 2002, retaining this position after Volvo’s acquisition of Ingersoll Rand’s roadbuilding machinery operations and 20 company-owned stores (now Volvo Construction Equipment Services — VCES) in 2007. During Fernandez’s 36 years in the construction industry, he has been active in the California Mining Association,

California Ground Water Association, the Beavers, and many other local and national associations. He also has served on several association boards and received recognition awards for his accomplishments and contributions to these industries. The Beavers is a social, honorary organization formed, organized, and managed by the construction companies and individuals who are, or have, engaged in heavy engineering construction. The organization meets annually to recognize significant contributions to the industry, and, additionally, promotes goodwill within the industries represented by its members and encourages and supports the entry of promising young individuals into heavy engineering construction. It also supports the Beavers Charitable Trust, which maintains 40 endowed scholarships with a cumulative value of approximately $3 million for civil engineering and construction management education purposes. The organization is called the Beavers because its founding members were primarily dam building contractors.

The 2010 Golden Beavers Award for Service and Supply was presented to Al Fernandez, regional vice president and branch manager, Volvo Construction Equipment Services.


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JCB Improves Hydraulics on Its Agri Telescopic Handlers

FLORIDA ASAP Rental Equipment & Sales Plant City (813) 305-1360 Sarasota (941) 923-4541 Cowin Equipment Company Pensacola (850) 479-3004 G.S. Equipment Davie Ft. Myers Jacksonville Orlando Tampa

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NORTH CAROLINA

With the Agri telescopic range upgrade, Variflow hydraulics comes standard on all versions of the 536-60, 541-70 and 535-95 from Agri to Agri Xtra model variations.

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

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Improved hydraulics and servo joysticks now come standard on all models in the North American Agri telescopic handler range. “Introducing this upgrade means that farmers and custom operators buying one of our 2010-Agri telescopic handlers will get extra performance as standard,” JCB agriculture Product Manager Ray Bingley said. “And by using the Variflow hydraulic system to its full potential, the customer also will enjoy greater fuel economy and a quieter working environment.” Until now, the Variflow variable output hydraulics system has only been optional on the 541 version of JCB’s Agri telescopic handlers. With the Agri telescopic range upgrade, Variflow hydraulics comes standard on all versions of the 536-60, 541-70 and 535-95 from Agri to Agri Xtra model variations. The most obvious advantage of Variflow hydraulics is an increase in the maximum oil flow of 37 gpm (140 Lpm), up from 29 gpm (110 Lpm) on the previous gear pump system. But because the pump delivers oil on demand and usable flow rates are available at relatively low engine speeds, it also has potential to improve overall efficiency and fuel economy, 30 gpm (113.5 Lpm) oil flow is achieved at just 1750 engine rpm. The JCB Servo joystick control also is

now standard specification on all Agri telescopics for 2010. “Apart from being low effort and easy to use, the Servo joystick incorporates a forward-neutral-reverse selector switch, so the operator can operate the boom with one hand while keeping a firm grip on the steering wheel with the other,” Bingley said. “And since the hydraulic cylinders react in proportion to joystick movement, operators soon find how much easier it is to control the telescopic boom and attachments smoothly and with great precision.” On Agri and Agri Plus models, the Servo joystick is mounted on the side console, complete with a comfortable rest to support the operator’s arm. On the 541-70 Agri Xtra, the joystick is mounted on the seat for added comfort and ease of use. It complements the Hi-Flow hydraulic pipe work on this version, which includes larger bore pipes to the lift and tilt rams and auxiliary circuit to deliver faster responses, reduced cycle times and increased productivity. A new air suspension seat adds to the driver’s comfort on all Agri models. It not only has better suspension for a more comfortable ride over rough ground but also a heating element to help keep the driver warm on cold days. For more information, call 912/4472000 or visit www.jcbna.com.


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EQUIPMENT RESOURCE MANAGEMENT INC. North Little Rock, AR 501/223-8604

FLORIDA

M.D. MOODY & SONS, INC. Fort Myers, FL 239/334-1060 U.S. SHORING & EQUIPMENT CO. Orlando, FL 407/888-0754 Tampa, FL 813/662-3723 Pompano Beach, FL 954/974-1128 Jacksonville, FL 904/693-3404

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TENNESSEE

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

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2007 John Deere 120C, #17395, 28’’ pads, cab with A/C, 9’11’’ arm, aux. hyd., 36’’ Helac bucket, very good condition, 1099 hours ....................................$76.900.

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Hammers 2003 Cat H160............$55,000 2004 Cat H160............$55,000

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

Industrial Tractor Co. Inc. 904-296-5000 2006 Cat 303.5CCR, 698 hours.....................$39,900 2005 Cat 330CL, 2,366 hours................$199,000 2003 Cat 345BL, 4,941 hours................$199,000 Ransome CAT Call Tom Rosser 215-245-2749 or Joe Villa 215-245-3729

Mini Excavators Industrial Tractor Co. Inc. 904-296-5000 2004 4551 2004 3406

Cat D6RXLII, hours.................$139,000 Cat D8RII, hours.................$369,300 Ransome CAT Call Tom Rosser 215-245-2749 or Joe Villa 215-245-3729

2001 John Deere 700H, 30” pads, lube rails, 132” 6-way blade, limb risers, rear & side screens, excellent factory warranty, 1500 hrs ...$121,000 Industrial Tractor Co. Inc. 843/572-0400 2003 Deere 750C, LGP, PAT blade, open ROPS, screen, sweeps, hang in rake, good condition, 4560...........$64,000. 2004 Deere 700H, LGP, cab with A/C, 132’’ PAT blade, 30’’ pads, sweeps, screens, new hang on rake, good ocndition, 5244 hours..................$62,000. Industrial Tractor Co. Inc. 904-296-5000

2003 Kubota KX-161, cab w/AC, rubber tracks, dozer blade w/hyd. thumb & 2 buckets, good condition, 2600 hours, pictures available ....................................$33,000. Farm-Rite Inc. 908/625-0697 2005 Deere 50D, 36’’ bucket, rubber tracks, push blade, very good condition, 1040 hours ..............................$32,000. Industrial Tractor Co. Inc. 904-296-5000 NH Construction Equipment New & Used Parts & Service Modern Equipment Sales & Rental 800-445-4381 Sell Your Bobcat to Us We Buy Used Bobcat Equipment Loader Services & Equipment 205/320-1000

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Kubota BX22, s/n 51892, good condition, 720 hours. ......................................$9,995. Alvin Equipment Co. Chad Beaver 281/331-3177 2006 Case 580SM, 4WD, cab, A/C, standard Pilots, good condition, 2000 hours............. ...........................$38,700. Diamond Equipment Inc. 800-635-9454

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Wheel Loaders 2006 Cat 904B, 3,456 hours ....................................$29,000 2005 928GZ, 2519 hours ....................................$87,300 2006 Cat 972H, 3,180 hours ..................................$229,000 1998 Cat 990............$599,000 Ransome CAT Call Tom Rosser 215-245-2749 or Joe Villa 215-245-3729 NH Construction Equipment New & Used Parts & Service Modern Equipment Sales & Rental 800-445-4381

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Case Debuts Commodity King Option for Wheel Loaders Case Construction Equipment’s Commodity King package for Case 621E and 721E wheel loaders includes advanced filtration, open differential rear axles and larger and specialized buckets. The Commodity King option package is ideal for two extreme operating environments — concrete-paved agricultural and industrial operations, such as feedlots, dairies and batch plants; and pasture-based livestock and dairy farms. The Commodity King package includes special cooler enhancements that protect against large-particle contaminants common in these environments. Open differential rear axles reduce tire wear on paved surfaces, and larger and specialized buckets improve productivity. The Commodity King package keeps fluid system coolers working efficiently by providing greater protection from the excessive particulate matter common to agricultural and certain industrial settings. This is accomplished by sealing the coolers to assure air passes through a screen that filters large contaminants. Cooler fin spacing has been widened so that materials that pass though the grill screens also will pass through the coolers. Other system components include a

The Commodity King package for Case 621E and 721E wheel loaders includes advanced filtration, open differential rear axles and larger and specialized buckets.

reversing fan, standard on Case wheel loaders, to help purge screens and coolers; the Case “Sy-Clone” engine pre-cleaner to extend air-filter life; and a non-corrugated cooling top screen cover to limit material

buildup. In concrete-paved work areas, the new optional rear-axle open differentials provide better traction and reduced tire wear for wheel loaders. Standard limited-slip differ-

entials are better suited to earthen surfaces. Two new bucket options are available with the Commodity King package. Oversized, light-material buckets — 4.5 cu. yds. (3.4 cu m) for the 621E and 5.5 cu. yds. (4.2 cu m) for the 721E — boost productivity, and grapple buckets — 3 cu. yds. (2.3 cu m) for the 621E and 3.5 cu. yds. (2.7 cu m) for the 721E — facilitate the loading and carrying of various oversized, lightweight materials. The Commodity King option package is available on all configurations of the Case 621E and 721E wheel loader models, including standard Z-bar, XT tool carrier and XR extended-reach versions. “Case launched the Commodity King option package in response to our customers’ needs in agricultural applications,” said Ion Warner, senior director of marketing. “With this package, we’ve collected a set of options that improve productivity and operation, not only in extreme ag applications but also in certain industrial applications where the challenges are similar.” Case sells six models of full-sized wheel loaders, with bucket capacities from 1.77 cu. yds. (1.35 cu m) to 6.3 cu. yds. (4.8 cu m). For more information, visit www.casece.com.


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If you would like to place your Wanted To Buy listings on our website for inclusion in our newsletters, simply visit: www.ConstructionEquipmentGuide.com/wanted and enter your listings. CAT D5N LGP OROPS Contact: RANDY REECE Phone: 770-966-9056 Fax: 770-966-9035 Email: randy@globalequipmentexporters.com –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– 966G/972G QUICK COUPLER AND RAKE • 966G OR 972G CAT HYD. QUICK COUPLER WITH SUPPLY GROUP AND RAKE. Contact: MICK Phone: 352-527-0072 Email: solutions@fieldco.biz –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– 185 CFM COMPRESSOR • UNDER 1000 HOURS, GOOD CONDITION Contact: CRAIG MORRISON Phone: 425-508-1039 Fax: 425-482-3342 Email: craig@edgeconcretellc.com –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– WHEEL LOADERS, EXCAVATORS, CRAWLER CRANES • 1)EXCAVATOR 40/45, 60/65 & 80 TON CAPACITY 2)WHEEL LOADERS OF BUCKET CAPACITY 4 - 4.5 M3 & 5-7 M3 3)CRAWLER CRANES 70, 90-120 & 150 TONS. Contact: JAFER PATEL Phone: +96899852158 Fax: +96826750813 Email: plant.khatmatport@gmail.com –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– CEDAR RAPIDS • LOOKING FOR A CEDAR RAPIDS HORIZONTAL SCREEN TO REPLACE MY OLD SCREEN. I AM LOOKING FOR ONE THAT HAS BEEN REBUILT OR HAS LOW HOURS. Contact: MATT PECKENPAUGH Phone: 208-308-1777 Fax: 208-734-6852 Email: jmpeckenpaugh@hotmail.com –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– RETRACTION 3 1980 TO 1989 CAT 235 Contact: RANDY REECE Phone: 770-966-9056 Fax: 770-966-9035 Email: randy@globalequipmentexporters.com –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– NEED TO BUY 2 BULLDOZERS D6N L G P ENC CAB WITH RIPPER CONTRACTOR LOW HOURS FAST Contact: JEAN MAURICE BOUTIN Phone: 1-450-346-8975 Email: jeanmauriceboutin@videotron.ca –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– 4 CAT 769C TRUCKS Contact: RICHARD Phone: 603-828-6100 Email: cmisold@myfairpoint.net –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– 1994 TO 1999 CAT D8R OUTFITTED ANY WAY Contact: RANDY REECE Phone: 770-966-9056 Fax: 770-966-9035 Email: randy@globalequipmentexporters.com –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– WANTED !!! KOMATSU ENGINE SAA6D170E-3 Contact: TIAGO DONATO Phone: +55 19 8120-7777 Email: tiago.donato@jaxmachinery.com ––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––

225A LOGGER. ENGINE NET POWER:49 KW. OPERATING WEIGHT: 5,200KG GRADE CAPACITY: 0.35 SQ METERS Contact: TAREMWA Phone: +256772635919 Email: staremwa@ccsabco.co.za –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– WHEEL LOADERS • I WANT TO BUY CAT 950, 966, 970 WHEEL LOADERS RANGE FROM 1975-2000 Contact: TONY THOMAS Phone: 818-956-5231 Fax: 818-956-5239 Email: tonythomas@pacificcranes.com –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– FORD/ NEW HOLLAND 555E ENGINE COVERS • LOOKING FOR 2 CRACKFREE ENGINE COVERS FOR 1997 FORD/ NEW HOLLAND 555E BACKHOE. Contact: GUY GENEST Phone: 860-604-6934 Fax: 860-647-8174 Email: guy@silktownroofing.com –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– LATE MODEL TRI AXLE LOWBOY • KW, PETE PREFERRED, 500 PLUS HP, 14K18K FA, 46K RA, PUSHER. NO BROKERS PLEASE. Contact: TOM NACEY Phone: 651-214-1694 Email: tnacey@comcast.net –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– KOMATSU D41P6 WITH EROPS FROM CONTRACTOR Contact: K SANSALONE Phone: 856-297-4758 Fax: 856-362-5602 Email: kevin@sansaloneexcavating.com –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– CASE 590 SUPER SERIES 2 LOADER BACKHOE Contact: FRANK HORAN Phone: 800-654-USED Email: fhoran@tricoequipment.com –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– NEED VOLVO L160,L120,L90 4400,4500 SERIES A IN EUROPE Contact: PETER KAI Phone: 009613151696 Fax: 009614444496 Email: peter_kai@hotmail.com –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– NEED TO BUY EXCAVATOR 35VERGES CUBE CONTRACTOR ONLY Contact: JEAN MAURICE BOUTIN Phone: 1-450-346-8975 Email: jeanmauriceboutin@videotron.ca –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– DRESSER 555 WHEEL LOADER • NEED RUNNER FOR PARTS WITHIN 1000 MILES OF BUFFALO, NY Contact: PATRICK KELLY Phone: 800-403-2263 Email: pkelly@hrparts.com –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– CAT WHEEL LOADER • WE NEED CAT LOADERS 910,926E,950B,950E,966F1, 966F2 AND 970F2. KINDLY OFFER US SOONEST WITH DETAILS.THANKS Contact: RIZWAN Phone: +92-345-6429345 Fax: +92-213-6057723 Email: riz_din2000@yahoo.com ––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––

LOOKING FOR 950B 1984-1986 ORIGINAL PAINT/WHOLE SALE PRICE Contact: ALHDYAN EST Phone: 00966-1-2421-786 Fax: 00-966-1-2417-752 Email: alhdyanest@nesma.net.sa –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– CASE 580M & 580 SUPERMS CAB 4X4 EXTENDAHOE • DESCRIBE WHAT YOU WANT. Contact: FRANK HORAN Phone: 732-674-2095 Email: fhoran@tricoequipment.com –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– HITACHI PARTS • HITACHI EX 60,FD33 LINER KIT-4PISTERN,4SLEVE Contact: SHANKAR Phone: 679-991-4535 Fax: 679-885-0531 Email: shankarsingh08@yahoo.com –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– CONCRETE FORMING & SHORING EQUIPMENT Contact: JAMES LANGKAMP Phone: 630.514.6996 Email: jlangkamp@formingamerica.com –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– LOADER FOR KIOTI 1914 TRACTOR Contact: TIM LEWANDOWSKI Phone: 724-887-9375 Email: lewequip@gmail.com –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– LOOKING FOR GOOD SHAPE CAT 966FII • PLEASE OFFER 966FII, YEAR 1996 AND ABOVE, WITH SERIAL NO. PICS, DETAILS AND PRICE. Contact: ATHER A. SIDDIQUI Phone: +92-333-2240692 Email: ather.cat@gmail.com –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– 88 TO 92 CAT 140G W RIPPER Contact: DAVE WILD Phone: 770-966-9056 Fax: 770-966-9035 Email: dave@gobalequipmentexporters.com –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– KOBELCO SR115 Contact: RICH SMITH Phone: 908-479-8383 Email: unitedequip@earthlink.net –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– CAT D8R SERIES II Contact: SCOTT HAWSEY Phone: 770.652.1443 Fax: 678.941.1210 Email: scott.nasser@yahoo.com –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– BARBER GREEN BG210B • LOOKING FOR BARBER GREEN BG210B AND DBG245B ASPHALT PAVER Contact: TONY THOMAS Phone: 818-956-5231 Fax: 818-956-5239 Email: tonythomas@pacificcranes.com –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– CAT 330CL 2003 2006 TO 4000 HRS 12/10 STICK AUX HYDS Contact: RICHARD Phone: 603 828-6100 Email: cmisold@myfairpoint.net ––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––

TORQUE CONVERTER REVERSER • WANTED:TORQUE CONVERTER REVERSER FOR A JOHN DEERE 310D WITH 4 X 4 TURBO Contact: RICHARD PIENDAK Phone: 302-328-5828 Fax: 302-328-5949 Email: richpaving@aol.com –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– CAT 14M MOTORGRADER Contact: SCOTT HAWSEY Phone: 770.652.1443 Fax: 678.941.1210 Email: scott.nasser@yahoo.com –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– CATERPILLAR 120H MOTORGRADER • WE HAVE AN IMMEDIATE NEED FOR ONE CAT 120H, 135H, 12H OR 140H MOTORGRADER. THE MACHINE MUST BE ORIGINAL PAINT AND LOCATED IN THE USA OR CANADA!!!! THE MACHINE REALLY NEEDS TO HAVE AN EROPS CAB ALONG WITH A SCARIFIER OR REAR RIPPER HOWEVER WE WOULD LISTEN TO AN OFFER FOR A MACHINE WITH NO PLOW AND MIGHT CONSIDER A MACHINE WITH A CANOPY. OUR PRICE LIMIT OF $70,000. DEPENDS ON THE SIZE OF THE MACHINE, THE YEAR MODEL AND HOURS. PLEASE OFFER WHAT YOU HAVE. Contact: WENDELL CAIN Phone: 770-381-8984 Fax: 770-381-6977 Email: wendell@cainandtodd.com –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– KOMATSU OR CATERPILLAR MOTOR GRADER Contact: MATT STRINGER Phone: 403-327-3681 Email: matt@hwequipment.com –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– (2) JCB 550 TELEHANDLERS Contact: FRANK W. FORST Phone: 402-330-0555 Fax: 402-333-4021 Email: fwforst@gmail.com –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– TRI AXLE ROAD TRACTOR • PREFERABLY 10 YR OLD PETE,MACK REASONABLE MILAGE FOR AGE Contact: PAT MCLAUGHLIN Phone: 804 513 1960 Fax: 800 405 9991 Email: pmclaughlin@harbordredge.com –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– CONCRETE SAW • 2 LARGE CONCRETE SAWS, ABLE TO CUT 10" OF CONCRETE FLATWORK Contact: FRANK Phone: 909-229-3600 Fax: 951-845-6997 Email: forthncons@verizon.net –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– LOOKING FOR CAT 140G GRADERS • PLEASE SEND YOUR OFFERS WITH SERIAL NO, PICTURES, DETAILS OF 140GS WITH 14 BLADE AND REAR RIPPERS. THANKS Contact: ATHER A. SIDDIQUI Phone: +92-333-2240692 Email: ather.cat@gmail.com ––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––

CAT WHEEL LOADER WHOLESALE ONLY PLEASE! • WE ARE LOOKING FOR WHOLESALE CAT WHEEL LOADERS. WE HAVE A BUYER THAT HAS ASKED TO PURCHASE AN EXTENSIVE AMOUNT OF EQUIPMENT FOR THEM, BUT MUST BE IN LINE WITH TODAY WHOLESALE PRICING Contact: ROB LEWIS Phone: 813-842-3781 Email: roblewis78@yahoo.com –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– LOOKING FOR GOOD USED 14G Contact: MARK Phone: 336-215-5388 Email: mark_snow34@yahoo.com –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– TRANSFER TRAILERS • 45 HEAVY DUTY WALKING FLOOR TRAILERS IN GOOD CONDITION, NEED TWENTY MORE OR LESS ALIKE. Contact: PAUL LEAS Phone: 803-920-0693 Email: pdleas@gmail.com –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– CAT M318 OR M320 WHEEL EXCAVATOR • LATE MODEL UNIT MUST BE IN GOOD CONDITION WITH AUXILIARY HYDRAULIC. PLEASE FAX OR E-MAIL INFORMATION / DETAILS / PRICING. Contact: VINCENT Phone: 860-664-8042 Fax: 860-664-9175 Email: vneri@occllc.com –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– STICK FOR CX210 CASE EXCAVATOR Contact: DON Phone: 573-380-7700 Fax: 573-683-2600 Email: dmedlin@medlineq.com –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– BHL CAT 420D 4X4 • WANTED TO BUY BHL - CAT 420D 4X4, CAB, E-STICK, 2,000-4,000HRS. IN GOOD CONDITION Contact: ERIC Email: gotdirt627@yahoo.com –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– CATERPILLAR 994 Contact: HERCO EQUIPMENT Phone: 229-344-4235 Email: hercoeq@bellsouth.net –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– NEED WHOLESALE CAT WHEEL LOADERS AND MOTORGRADERS Contact: DAVE SCHEER Phone: 610-544-3399 Email: dave@scheerbrothers.com –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– TOW BEHIND VIBRATORY PADFOOT ROLLER Contact: BILL | Phone: 612-812-1714 Email: bpdeutsch@aol.com –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– 2 TAILGATES FOR VOLVO A25 OR A30 Contact: DAVE WILD Phone: 770-966-9056 Fax: 770-966-9035 Email: dave@globalequipmentexporters.com ––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––

TAILGATE FOR JD250C OR BELL ADT • MECHANICAL TAILGATE ASSEMBLY FOR JD 250C OR BELL ADT. PART OR COMPLETE IN GOOD CONDITION. Contact: PHIL SHAFFER Phone: 724 331 9102 Fax: 724 995 8028 Email: pshaffer324@comcast.net –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– NEED 1 1996 TO 1999 CAT 14H Contact: RANDY REECE Phone: 770-966-9056 Fax: 770-966-9035 Email: randy@globalequipmentexporters.com –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– 2005 D6R LGP 5000 HOURS OR LESS LOW PRICE Contact: RANDY REECE Phone: 770-966-9056 Fax: 770-966-9035 Email: randy@globalequipmentexporters.com –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– EXCAVATOR Contact: RICHARD Phone: 603 828-6100 Fax: 603 430-2119 Email: cmisold@mtfairpoint.net –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– VOLVO L90 & L120 C,D AND E MODELS Contact: IAN RITCHIE Phone: 00441592 202918 Email: ian.j.ritchie@googlemail.com –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– 3054 ENGINE Contact: KEN ELIA Phone: 215-852-9704 Fax: 215-535-5973 Email: elia2045@comcast.net –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– D9L WITH RIPPER CONTRACTOR ONLY Contact: JEAN MAURICE BOUTIN Phone: 1-450-346-8975 Email: jeanmauriceboutin@videotron.ca –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– TEREX DOZER 8220B • NEED TWO GOOD SPROCKETS Contact: JIM ROWE Phone: 518-651-6006 Email: skywolf371@yahoo.com –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– CAT 966F GP BUCKET • GENERAL PURPOSE BUCKET FOR A CAT 966F. Contact: PAMELA Phone: 229 924.0035 Email: pamela@dozers.com –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– CAT 330CL DITCHING OR GRADING BUCKET • WIDE DITCHING BUCKET FOR A 330CL. THE WIDER THE BETTER. ANYTHING CONSIDERED FROM 8 TO 10. Contact: KEVIN Phone: 989-646-0009 Fax: 989-876-8656 Email: lynchexcavating@chartermi.net –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– MUFFLER Contact: G MATTHEWS Phone & Fax: 907 883 5684 Email: mbmining@aptalaska.net ––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––


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ALEX LYON & SON AUCTIONEERS www.lyonauction.com Phone: 315-633-2944

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

• Atlantic City, NJ Thurs.-Sun, March 25-28, 2010 For: Annual 4 Day Construction, Aerial, Forklift, Support, Truck & Trailer Auction

• London, ONT, CAN March 25, 2010

• Dallas, TX Thurs., April 8, 2010 For: Exclusive Case Large Late Model Rental Fleet & Unused Case Construction and Agricultural Equipment plus Large Quantity of Like New Water Trucks • Des Moines, IA Tues., April 13, 2010 For: Complete Liquidation of Late Model Cat & Komatsu Earthmoving Equipment • Jacksonville, NC Thurs., April 15, 2010 For: Major Military Job Completion Auction of Construction Support Equipment, Trucks & Trailers • Charlotte, NC Fri.-Sat., April 16-17, 2010 For: Complete Liquidation Phase IV Case Earthmoving & Support Equipment, Service Trucks, Truck Tractors & Trailers • Nashville, TN Wed., April 21, 2010 For: Complete Liquidation: The Finest of the South • Bangor, ME Fri., April 23, 2010 For: Late Model Construction, Aerial Lift, Forklift, Truck & Trailer Auction • Aguascalientes, Mexico Fri., April 23, 2010 For: Large Construction, Aerial Equipment, Support Equipment & More Auction • Scranton, PA Sat., April 24, 2010 For: Late Model Truck Wreckers, Truck Tractors, Van Trailers, Enormous Amounts of Take Out Engines, etc • Buffalo, NY Sat., May 8, 2010 For: Late Model Construction, Forklift, Aerial Lift, Support Equipment Trucks & Trailers • Canastota, NY Sun., May 9, 2010 For: Large Compact, Utility, Support Equipment, Plus Construction, Aerials & Forklifts, Support Equipment Auction • Newark, NJ DATE TBA For: Rental Fleet Construction Equipment, Aerial Lifts, Trucks & Trailers

• Atlanta, GA March 25, 2010 • Jackson, MS March 29, 2010 • Kansas City, MO March 30, 2010 • Regina, SK, CAN March 30, 2010 • Grand Cayman Islands March 30, 2010 • Northeast, MD March 30-31, 2010 • Saskatoon, SK, CAN April 9, 2010 • Boise, ID April 13, 2010 • Grand Prairie, AB, CAB April 14-15, 2010 • Phoenix, AZ April 14-15, 2010 • Moncofa, Spain April 15, 2010 • Phoenix, AZ April 15-16, 2010 • Istanbul, Turkey April 17, 2010 • Albuquerque, NM April 20, 2010 • Moerdijk, The Netherlands April 21-23, 2010 • Salt Lake City, UT April 22, 2010 • Spokane, WA April 27, 2010 • Dubai, UAE May 3-5, 2010 • Truro, Nova Scotia May 4, 2010

GERLACH COMPANIES www.gerlachcompanies.com Phone: 262-367-4950

• Houston, TX Thurs., April 22, 2010 For: Unreserved Public Auction of Construction Equipment, Trucks, Trailers

• Lake Geneva, WI Tues., April 20, 2010 For: Gravel Pit and Construction Equipment

COCHRAN AUCTIONS www.cochranauctions.com Phone: 301-739-0538

HUNYADY AUCTION COMPANY www.hunyady.com Phone: 800-233-6898

• Hagerstown, MD Thurs.-Sat., April 8-10, 2010 For: Major 3 Day Regional Equipment and Truck Auction

• Farmingdale, NJ Thurs., March 25, 2010 For: Pillar Bros Construction Corp. — Surplus Equipment

• St. Mary’s County, MD Thurs.-Sat., April 22-24, 2010 For: Major 3 Day Regional Equipment and Truck Auction

• New Orleans, LA Wed., April 7, 2010 For: Sealed Bid Auction

DARELL DUNKLE & ASSOCIATES AUCTIONEERS INC. www.dunkleauctioneers.com Phone: 800-433-6670

• Warrensville Heights, OH Thurs., April 22, 2010 For: Surplus Equipment Liquidation —Northeast Ohio Trenching Service, Inc.

• Harrison, MI Thurs., April 22, 2010 For: Spring Contractor s Auction

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

DAVIS AUCTIONS INC. www.davisauctionsinc.com Phone: 203-758-4087

• Sebring, FL Saturday, May 15, 2010

• Prospect, CT Sat., April 10, 2010 For: Quinnipiac Commission Auction — Utility and Construction Equipment

• Sebring, FL Saturday, July 17, 2010

DEANCO AUCTIONS www.deancoauction.com Phone: 601-656-9768

• Fort Worth, TX May 6-7, 2010

• Philadelphia, MS Thurs., July 15, 2010

• Portage, WI Fri., July 16, 2010

• Toronto, ONT, CAN May 11-12, 2010 • Prince George, BC, CAN May 15, 2010 • Las Vegas, NV May 14, 2010 • Bozeman, MT May 18, 2010

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

• Panama City, Panama May 21, 2010

• Sacramento, CA May 20-21, 2010

• Orlando, FL May 25-26, 2010 • Tipton, CA May 26, 2010

• Pendleton, IN Fri., March 26, 2010 For: 18th Annual Spring Construction Equipment Auction FRANK RONNE & ASSOCIATES, INC. www.appraisals-auctions.com Phone: 781-380-3700 • Quincy, MA Wed., April 14, 2010 For: Public Auction — Major Arborist Company FREY & SONS, INC. www.freyandsons.com Phone: 419-455-3739

• Portage, WI Fri., April 16, 2010

• Foley, MN Fri., September 17, 2010 • Portage, WI Fri., October 15, 2010 • Foley, MN Fri., December 3, 2010

IRON PLANET AUCTIONS www.ironplanet.com Phone: 888-433-5426 ONLINE AUCTIONS Go to www.ironplanet.com to view the complete auction schedules, inspection reports and to place your bid! • Thurs.-Fri, March 25-26, 2010 For: Construction Equipment • Thurs., April 12, 2010 For: Construction Equipment

• San Antonio, TX June 1, 2010

• Cincinnati, OH Wed., March 31, 2010 For: Back Tree Service

• Meppen, Germany June 8, 2010

• Sheffield Lake, OH Wed., April 14, 2010

MARTIN & MARTIN AUCTIONEERS, INC. www.mmaauction.com Phone: 800-763-2728

• Hyderbad, India June 9, 2010

• Tallmadge, OH Wed., April 21, 2010 For: Construction Equipment Liquidation Sale

• Athens, GA Wed., March 31, 2010 For: Construction Equipment, Trucks & Trailers, Tools & Shop Equipment

• Anchorage, AK June 5, 2010

NITKE AUCTIONS www.nitkeauctions.com Phone: 715-362-6162 • Wausau, WI Fri.-Sat., April 23-24, 2010 For: Wisconsin s Best & Biggest Heavy Construction, Truck & Trailer Auction • Wausau, WI Sat., June 19, 2010 For: Construction Equipment, Truck & Trailer Auction • Marquette, MI September TBA For: CCMO — Mining Equipment, Trucks • Wausau, WI Fri.-Sat, October 22-23, 2010 For: 2-Day Construction Equipment, Truck & Trailer Auction

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

• Foley, MN Fri., June 4, 2010

DON SMOCK AUCTION CO., INC. www.dsa-auctions.com Phone: 765-778-9277

• Lumberton, NC Thurs., April 29, 2010 For: Construction Equipment

• Franklin, CT Thurs. — Sat., April 8-10, 2010 For: Trucks, Trailers, Construction & Earthmoving Equipment, Crushing & Screening, Support Equipment

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

• Los Angeles, CA May 11-12, 2010

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

• Sebring, FL Saturday, September 18, 2010

• Detroit, MI May 5, 2010

• Torreon, Mexico May 11, 2010

• ONLINE BIDDING available through www.equipmentfacts.com Sta., April 3, 2010, 9AM For: Annual Inventory Reduction Auction

PETROWSKY AUCTIONEERS INC. www.petrowskyauctioneers.com Phone: 860-642-4200

• Philadelphia, MS Wed. - Thurs., March 31-April 1, 2010

• Pittsburgh, PA May 20, 2010

• Orlando, FL DATE TBA For: Large Rental Fleet Earthmoving Equipment, Aerials, Forklifts, Support, Trucks & Trailers

CAT AUCTION SERVICES www.catauctions.com Phone: 866-750-9432

• Olympia, WA May 4-5, 2010

• Middletown (Florida), NY DATE TBA For: Rental Fleet Construction Equipment, Support, Aerial Lifts, Trucks & Trailers

• Monterrey, Mexico DATE TBA For: Large Complete Liquidation One Owner Construction, Aerial Equipment, Support & More

Coming Auctions

MARSHALL MACHINERY INC. www.marshall-machinery.com Phone: 570-729-7117

POWERS AUCTION COMPANY www.powersauction.com Phone: 608-966-3764 • Woodstock, IL Sat., April 10, 2010 For: Former Farm & Fleet Store PURPLE WAVE AUCTION www.purplewave.com Phone: 866-608-9283 • ONLINE ONLY AUCTION Thurs., March 25, 2010, 10 AM For: Construction Equipment RITCHASON AUCTIONEERS INC. www.ritchason.com Phone: 800-806-3395 • Lebanon, TN Sat., April 24, 2010 • Lebanon, TN Sat., June 19, 2010 • Lebanon, TN Sat., September 18, 2010

TAMPA MACHINERY AUCTION, INC. www.tmauction.com Phone: 813-986-2485 • 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., April 23, 2010 For: Fleet Vehicles from Utility Companies

WESTERN CONSTRUCTION AUCTIONS INC. www.wca-online.com Phone: 760-731-7760 • Perris, CA Fri., April 16, 2010 For: Construction Equipment • Perris, CA Fri., June 11, 2010 For: Construction Equipment

WILSON’S AUCTION SALES www.wilsonsauction.com Phone: 302-422-3454 • Harrington, DE Sat., March 27, 2010 For: Construction Equipment, Tractors, Trucks, Trailers & More

WOLFE INDUSTRIAL AUCTIONS, INC. www.wolfeauctions.com Phone: 800-443-9580 • Frederick, MD Fri., April 23, 2010 For: MidAtlantic Contractors Auction

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

• Lebanon, TN Sat., December 11, 2010

Thurs., April 15, 2010 For: 7th Annual Spring Consignment Auction

SALES AUCTION COMPANY, LLC www.salesauctioncompany.com Phone: 860-627-7506

• Bow, NH Thurs., May 13, 2010 For: 14th Annual Spring Absolute Consignment Auction

• Windsor Locks, CT Sat., May 1, 2010 For: Earthmoving, Heavy Equipment, Fleet Vehicles, Trucks, Trailers, Landcare and Farm Equipment

• Darlington, PA Thurs., June 17, 2010 For: Consignment Auction


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Black Warrior Auction Holds Successful Sale in Tuscaloosa

A slew of ASVs make their way to the auction ramp.

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lack Warrior Auction Company held an extensive late model construction, aggregate, and logging equipment sale, which included trucks, trailers, and other miscellaneous items at its auction headquarters in Tuscaloosa, Ala., March 6. The sale featured equipment from GE Commercial Finance; Wells Fargo Financial; First National Bank; Central Leasing; Peoples Banks; and many local area contractors and finance companies. “This was one of our best sales yet,” said Mark White, president of Black Warrior Auction. The combination of onsite and Internet bidding pushed the registered bidders list well over 700 with strong representation from the United States, Canada, Mexico, Dubai, Saudi Arabia and Africa. “Over 80 percent of the auction items came from finance companies, banks and contractor absolute sellouts. Over 600 items, including 200 attachments of all types, made for a tremendous variety and some fast bidding. The variety is what really made this auction stand out in my mind. We had everything from new unused skid steer loaders and track machines to huge low hour rock crushing and aggregate equipment,” White said. “The combination of a wide variety of equipment and an extensive advertising campaign was a big reason for our success,” he added. “From what I see for this year, there will continue to be a lot of equipment available from the banks, finance companies and contractors that will ultimately lead to some really good deals for the end users and resellers. We are already looking forward to an even better auction in May.”

Black Warrior Auction’s Donnie Miller (L) provides a demonstration of the remote operation of a KPI-JCI Fast Trax FT 4250 mobile crusher for Gary Uecker of Curry Creek Crushing, San Antonio, Texas.

If the price is right, these guys have already identified a sand and gravel pit in their operation for this Screen Machine Spyder 516T. (L-R) are Larry Harris, Wolf Creek Sand & Gravel, Antoine, Ark.; Ken Coonrod, Harris Ready Mix, Antoine, Ark.; and Brandon Harris, Harris Ready Mix, Hot Springs, Ark. Mark White (R), president of Black Warrior Auction, gives a warm welcome to one of his regular auction customers, Roy Nelson, Nelson Auto Sales, Troy, Tenn.

Checking the fluids and the engine wear on this John Deere 35D mini-excavator are Rexanne Trantham and Todd Mathews, both of Mathews Clearing & Excavating, Altoona, Ala. With plans to bid on seven demo unused 2008 forestry ASV PT100s, John Bell, an independent contractor based in McCray, Ga., has his work cut out for him during the inspection process. Hoping for some bargains on machines to add to their rental fleet, including this Caterpillar 320CL (L-R) are Jay Grace, Everett Sizemore and Jamie Childers, all of Winfield Tool & Equipment Rental, Jasper, Ala.

One of the best seats in the house was from lot number 110C — a petal pontoon that went for $2,400 early in the sale — which was perched right next to the auction ramp.

Talking about what they like in the auction lineup (L-R) are Kerry Lankford, K.W. Lankford Excavating, Dickson, Tenn.; and Robbie Taylor and Ray Henry, both of TAC Equipment, Maryville, Tenn.

Looking over the forestry machines, including this Timberjack 460D log skidder, are Keith Mathis (L) and Roy Mathis, both of Mathis Logging, Quitman, Miss.


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www.ironplanet.com

Online Auction. Thursday, April 1

100 93 29

AERIAL WORK PLATFORMS

BACKHOES

163

DOZERS

GRADERS

280

49

96

EXCAVATORS

LOADERS

58 Asphalt/Paving/Concrete

89 53

COMPACTORS

FARM EQUIPMENT

144

SKID-STEERS

18 Scrapers

173 Attachments & Parts

31 Tools

81 Forklifts

53 Water Related Equipment

165 On-Road Trailers

And many more….

TRUCKS – ON-ROAD

Auctions you can trust Auction Company Bond #70259785. Preliminary list to date. Equipment subject to change.

Go to www.ironplanet.com to view the complete auction schedule, guaranteed inspection reports, and place your bids.


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Strong Global Demand Spurs Successful Big Island, Virginia J.M. Wood Annual Spring Auction Laments Demolition

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idders from 37 states and 13 countries were on hand to personally kick the tires on the impressive spread of machinery and trucks at J.M. Wood’s 37th annual Spring Auction in Montgomery, Ala., March 10 to 12. Five inches of rain over the three days could not stop the 1,900 registered bidders from taking home the machines that they came after. “Prices were strong all three days,” said Bryant Wood, vice president. “There was positive energy in the air, contractors were optimistic and dealers are out of inventory to sell. The global presence at this auction was as strong as we have seen in the last 36 months. The available equipment is running out, and the prices are a reflection of this.” A strong seller was the lot of 70 late-model Mack dump trucks being sold by Alabama counties. It was a record-setting day for the trucks as they brought as much as $137,500 each. The 2007 Mack dumps were bringing as much as $127,000. “We had two different contractors buying trucks to send to Haiti for clean-up efforts. One of the contractors had drivers waiting in two 15-passenger vans in the parking lot. As the trucks were sold, the drivers were taking them straight to the port of Mobile, Ala., to get them over to Haiti,” Wood commented. All told, the auction brought in gross sales of $30,500,000 on 1,600 lots. A combined on-site and online group of 2,118 bidders represented 37 states and 13 countries.

Fast-paced bidding occurred when a package of Cat 330CL excavators rolled across the ramp on day two of the three-day sale.

There were 70 Mack dump trucks, 2009 and 2010 model years, on offer, many of which were purchased to help with the Haiti relief effort.

A good selection of low hour, county-owned 2007 Cat M318C wheeled excavators were in the lineup.

More than 1,900 bidders were on site to compete for 1,600 lots at J.M. Wood’s annual spring auction.

of Local Landmark By Justin Faulconer LYNCHBURG NEWS & ADVANCE

BIG ISLAND, Va. (AP) If you asked Big Island natives about the weather during much of the past century, a prediction may have come after a tilt of the head. That’s because a 200-ft.-tall, 300-ton brick smokestack that stands at Georgia-Pacific’s paper mill off U.S. 501 served as a visual symbol and barometer for the small Bedford County community since its construction in 1928. Residents and mill employees said the steam from the stack was a longtime source in foretelling precipitation. “If the steam that comes out of the stack dips lower and hangs there, the community says that rain or snow is coming,” said Zoe Miles, a spokeswoman of the company, in a recent interview. That tradition is slowly coming down by the brick as a St. Louis firm demolishes the landmark, which is no longer in use. The destruction — placing scaffolds around the stack and chipping the bricks to fall inside the stack — began in December and is expected to last until late January if weather cooperates, the company announced recently. The ongoing work is painful for some residents to watch. “It broke my heart that they’re going to tear it down,” said Lori Byers, who lives close by. “I know it’s no use to them, but there’s so much history there.” Byers said she has lived in Big Island for most of her life with her late husband, William, and the stack has produced a lot of memories. She said her father, the late John Henry Hudson Jr., was involved in its construction. “He laid the foundation with a horse and plow,” Byers said. A producer of paper containerboard that started in 1891 beside the James River, the mill ceased operation of the smokestack in September when a new recovery boiler came online. It was originally used in connection with three boilers that powered machinery and since the late 1970s vented two smelters replaced by the new boiler, which company officials said reduced the mill’s emissions by 94 percent. “It’s always sad to see a piece of history go away, but I understand the reason it has to come down,” said Tony Ware, a Big Island native and former county supervisor. “It’s just one of those things that’s been there your whole life. It will be different to look across the horizon and not see it there.” Ware, said he recalls seeing the smoke from the stack while going to school at a building on U.S. 501 next to Big Island Baptist Church. That building formerly served as a high school and elementary school before it was torn down. Losing the stack is similar to the loss of the school, he said. Ware worked at the mill to put himself through college, he said. “It smelled like bread and butter,” Ware said of a sulfurlike scent the mill produced, adding, “if you lived in the community.” Mark Simpkins, owner of Rivers Edge Cafe, has a clear view of the stack from his business on U.S. 501. He said a lot of his customers, many of whom are employed by the mill, have expressed sadness in seeing it come down. “It’s going to be something that will be missed for a while,” Simpkins said. “A lot of people would love to have a brick out of it. You’ve got a lot of third-generation working there now.”


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Sealed Bid Auction

Bid Deadline: Wed., April 7, 2010 5:00PM EDT 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

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

End Dumps

MANITOWOC 4600 III Vicon, 240 Ton, s/n 46485, Cat D379 dsl, e/w 160’ of #27 boom, independent boom hoist, LSI load moment indicator, auto lube, hook block, overhaul ball, and 60” pads. Good Condition • MANITOWOC 4100 I Vicon, 200 Ton, s/n 41457,

(3) ‘87-’89 Komatsu HD325-5PB, 35 Ton End Dumps, s/n 3023, s/n 3001, and s/n 2097 PLUS: AMERICAN and MANITOWOC Crawler Undercarriages • Miscellaneous Boom and Parts

Call (800) 233-6898 or Email sales@hunyady.com For Inspection Details, Additional Information and Bid Kit!

www.Hunyady.com PA Auction License No: AY000281 While information is believed to be accurate, all items will be sold “As-Is, Where-Is” without guarantee or warranty. A physical inspection is suggested.


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Ritchason Kicks Off 2010 Auction Season in Lebanon, Tenn.

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itchason Auctioneers Inc. held its first big sale of 2010 at its auction headquarters in Lebanon, Tenn., on March 13. Company representatives stated that it was “a very successful day.” Approximately 800 bidders, including 113 online bidders, were vying for a deal on machines that came from 111 consignors. The auction boasted nearly 500 lots of equipment including crawler tractors, excavators and loader backhoes as well as a variety of smaller items including buckets, power washers and attachments. During the morning announcements, Company President Dewain Ritchason announced that Ritchason Auctioneers will be on the road for its next sale which will be in Bardstown (Louisville), Ky., on April 24. While the miscellaneous items are being sold, a larger crowd assembles when Ritchason Auctioneers gets set to launch two more auction trucks for selling heavy iron and trucks in Lebanon, Tenn.

This machine drew a lot of attention and when the final bid was accepted on this late model CAT D6T XL, someone snagged a bargain at $202,500.

Jim Luper (L), Lebanon Scrap Metal & Salvage, Lebanon, Tenn., and Sam Gray, Sam’s Recycling, Carthage, Tenn., open up a Volvo EC330B and talk about bidding on this machine for loading scrap metal.

Ron Martin (L) talks with his dad, Ronnie Martin, Martin Construction, Woodberry, Tenn., about this CAT D8N dozer.

After buying a Gradall for their company (L-R) Bruce Long, Shelby Cook, David Randolph, and Tony Thompson, Long Foundation Drilling Co., Nashville, Tenn., wait to bid on some wheel loaders.

Local equipment dealer, Bill Woods (L), Woods Equipment Co., Nashville, Tenn., chats with Ritchason Auctioneers’ president, Dewain Ritchason during the sale.

Inspecting the undercarriage and the overall condition of a CAT D6RXL dozer of interest are the father and son team of David (L) and Max Guy of Landworks, Sparta, Tenn.

Gathering and discussing the auction line-up (L-R) Jimmy McCulough, Jones Bros., Mt. Juliet, Tenn.; Jake Evans, Elk Mountain Construction, Cookeville, Tenn.; David Butler, Center Hill Marina, Lancaster, Tenn.; and Donnie Elkins and Jackson Moran, both of Elk Mountain Construction, Cookeville, Tenn.


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3 DAYS - 1000’s OF LOTS - 3 DAYS

MAJOR PUBLIC EQUIPMENT AUCTION with equipment from GILBERT P. CARTIER CONSTRUCTION, INC., TILCON CT & G.A. CLIMO & SON, INC. & AREA CONTRACTORS & EQUIPMENT DEALERS THURSDAY, FRIDAY & SATURDAY, APRIL 8, 9 & 10, 9:00 AM • 275 ROUTE 32, N. FRANKLIN, CT 06254 DAY 1 – THURSDAY, APRIL 8th DUMPS, REFUSE & ROLLOFF TRUCKS, TRUCK TRACTORS & TRAILERS

TRUCK TRACTORS: 1998 Mack CH613 T/A Tractor, Mack E7, 427 HP, Engine Brake, 18 Sp, Wetline, Dual Exhaust, Air Ride, Air Ride Cab, Stainless Steel 1/2 Fenders, Alum Wheels, Air Slide 5th Axle, 11R24.5 Tires, Vin 1M2AA18Y4WW084407; 1994 Mack CH613 T/A Tractor, Mack E7, 400 HP, Engine Brake, 13 Sp, Dual Exhaust, Air Ride Cab, Air Ride, Air Slide 5th Wheel, Wetline, Stainless Steel 1/2 Fenders, Alum Wheels, 11R24.5 Tires, Vin 1M1AA14Y4RW038221; 1994 Mack CH613 T/A Tractor, Mack E7, 400 HP, Engine Brake, 9 Sp, Air Ride, Air Ride Cab, Dual Exhaust, Stainless Steel 1/2 Fenders, Air Slide 5th Wheel, 10 Alum Wheels, Tool Box, 11R24.5 Tires, Vin 1M2AA14Y2RW028282; 1988 Mack R688ST Tractor, Mack E6, 350 HP, Engine Brake, 13 Sp, Wetline, Air Ride Cab, Camel Back Susp, Tool Box, Stainless Steel 1/2 Fenders, Air Slide 5th Wheel, Alum Wheels, 11R24.5 Tires, Vin 1M2N187Y8JW024957; 2000 Kenworth Tractor w/Wetline; 2000 Sterling T/A Tractor, Cummins Dsl, 10 Sp, Sleeper, Air Ride, Vin 2FWYSDYB7YAF76987; 1999 Sterling T/A Tractor, Cummins Dsl, 6 Sp, Vin 2FWYJDYB1XAF09478; 1989 White GMC/Autocar ACL T/A Tractor, 6 Cyl Cummins, 18 Sp Fuller, 14K R, 22K F, Wetline, Spring Susp, Vin 4V1SDBJG0KU503206; 1987 Autocar DK65FT Tri-Axle Tractor, 444 Cummins, 8LL, 20K F, 48K R, 20K Tag Axle, Wetline, Spring Susp, Dbl Frame, Sliding 5th Wheel, Jake Brake; 1976 Autocar S64TF T/A Tractor, Cummins Dsl, 13 Sp, Spring Susp, Wetline, Jake Brake, Vin UR1DRH1077453; TRI, T/A & S/A DUMPS: 1996 Mack CH Tri-Axle Dump, Dbl Frame, 350 Mack, 10 Sp, Alum Wheels; 1995 Mack RD Tri-Axle Dump, Mack 350, 8LL, 44K R, Engine Brake, Camel Back Susp, Dbl Frame, 16’ Body w/Auto Bow Tarp; 1994 Kenworth T450 Tri-Axle Dump, 6 Cyl Dsl, 8LL, 22K F, 23K R, 18’ Dump Body, Vin 2NKNX5TX4RM637303; 1995 IH Eagle Tri-Axle Dump, 6 Cyl, 18 Sp Fuller, 16K F, 46K R, 20K Tag, Steel Body, Load Cover, Vin 2HSFHAER6SC028632; 1995 Ford LTL9000 T/A Dump, 3406 6 Cyl Cat, 13 Sp, Tag-Axle, 15’ Steel Dump Body, Vin 1FTZA90X9SVA72802; 1987 Ford LTS8000 T/A Dump, V8 Cat, 13 Sp, 17’ Steel Dump Body, Spring Susp, Vin 1FDZY80U3HVA26555; 2006 Chevy 5500 S/A Dump w/Debris Body, Duramax Dsl, Allison Auto, A/C, All Pwr; 1988 GMC S/A Dump, Gas, Auto, Air Brakes, Vin 1GDK7D1B8JV505750; 1987 Ford L8000 S/A Dump, 6 Cyl Cummins, 5+2, 10’6” Dump Body, Spring Susp, Vin 1FDXK82A4HVA59088; 1985 Int’l 1954 S/A Dump, DT466 Dsl, 5+2, 9’ Steel Body, 26” Sides, Manual Tarp, 11R22.5 Tires, Vin 1HTLDTVNXFHA23003; 1971 Mack DM611V S/A Dump, 6 Cyl Mack, Twin Stick, 10’ Dump Body, Vin 3233; 2003 Ford F450 S/a Mason Dump, 2 WD, Powerstroke Dsl, Auto, 9’ Steel Body, 16” Sides, Manual Roll Up Tarp, 225/70R19.5 Tires, Back Pack Tool Compartment, Vin 1FDXF46F03EA52571; 1990 Ford F350 Mason Dump, 4x4, Gas, 5 Sp, Vin 2FDKF38G3LCA19421; 1986 Chevy K30 Mason Dump, Gas, 4 Sp, 8’ Body, Vin 1GBJK34M0GJ125439; ROLLOFF TRUCKS & TRAILERS: 2007 Sterling T/A Rolloff, 410 HP Merc, 8LL, 20K F, 44K R, w/60K Hoist, Pioneer Hyd Tarp, Vin 2FZHACV87AX99264; 2000 Mack CL713 Tri-Axle Rolloff, 427 Mack, 19 Sp, 20K F, 45K R, 20K Tag, Spring Susp, w/Accurate 60K Lb Body, Pioneer Cover, Vin 1M2AD62C3YW009864; 1999 Mack Rolloff, Vin 1M2P267C2XM043418; 1997 Mack Rolloff, Vin 1M2P267C6VM030949; 1997 Mack Rolloff, Vin 1M2P267C6VM31020; 1995 Mack R688S T/A Rolloff, 350 Mack, Aircon T2130 Trans, 13 Sp, Camel Back Susp, Tarp, 11R225 Tires, w/Galbreath 60K Body, Vin 1M2P267C6SM022717; 1984 Mack RD688S Tri-Axle Rolloff, 350 Mack, 10 Sp, w/Galbreath 60K Body, Vin 1M2B126CXFA010908; 1996 Autocar/Volvo T/A Rolloff, 430 Detroit, 10 Sp, 18K F, 52K R, w/Marathon 60K Lb Body w/Tarp, Vin 4V5SCBR517245; 1987 Autocar/White DKM T/A Rolloff, Cummins Dsl, 8LL, Tag- Axle, Spring Susp, w/Rudco I/O TRI 75K Body, Vin 1WBUCCJE3HU304448; ROLLOFF CONTAINERS: (50) 30 Yd Rolloff Containers; ROLLBACK TRUCKS: REFUSE TRUCKS: 1998 Int’l 4900 T/A Refuse Truck, DT456, Allison Auto, 18K F, 46K R, w/McNeilus 25 Yd Body; 1990 Int’l 4900 S/A Refuse Truck, DT466C Dsl, MT650 Auto, w/Leach 20 Yd Rear Load Body, Vin 1HTSDTVN4LH690444; RECYCLING TRUCKS: 1996 Int’l Recycling Truck, Vin 1HTSLABL51H356883; BUCKET & BOOM TRUCKS: 1998 Mack DM690S T/A w/Tag , 24’ Bed w/Fassi Sheet Rock Boom, Mack 300, 7 Sp, 20K F 44K R, Vin 1M2B209C4WM023438; Mack DM690S T/A w/Tag, 24’6” Bed w/Fassi Sheet Rock Boom, Mack 300, 7 Sp, 20K F, 44 K R, Vin 1M2M209C8SM017782; 1998 Ford F800 w/Telsta T36; 1980 Ford LNT9000 Boom Truck, 671 Detroit, 10 Sp, Spring Susp, w/National Crane, Series 4, 20’ Form Cage Bed, Vin W90JVGJ7259; SPECIALIZED TRUCKS: CAR CARRIER: 1998 Volvo WIA64T T/A Car

Carrier, 6 Cyl Volvo, 10 Sp, 12K F, 40K R, Sleeper, Air Ride, w/1998 Boydstun 9189S T/A Auto Hauler, Vin 4VHWDBGHXWN748551; 1997 Int’l 4 Car Carrier, 28’ Bed, DT466, 250 HP, 7 Sp, A/C, Air Brakes, 3 Winches, Wheel Lift; CRANE TRUCK: REEFER TRUCKS & TRAILERS: 2003 Freightliner FL80 24’ Reefer Truck, Cat Engine, 9 Sp, Air Ride, w/Thermo King KD-11 Reefer Unit, Vin 1FVHBXAK23HL96156; 2002 Freightliner FL80 S/A 18’ Reefer Truck, Cummins Dsl, 6 Sp, Air Ride, w/Thermo King Reefer Unit, Vin 1FVABTBS02HK43556; DETACHABLE & LOWBED TRAILERS: 2007 Witzco Challenger T/A 35 Ton Detachable, 8.5’x24’ Well, Ground Bearing, Pony Motor, Vin 1W8A11E277S000326; 1999 Fontaine TH55DSR 55 Ton Tri-Axle Lowboy, Drop Side, Non Ground Bearing, Hyd Detach Neck, Air Ride, 26’x102” Well, 275/70R22.5 Tires, Vin 4LF4S533XX3509025; 1996 Talbert 35 ton T/A Detachable, 8.5’x30’ Deck, Non Ground Bearing, Pony Motor, Vin 40FWK5438T1014164; DUMP TRAILERS: 2002 Raven FST26 T/A End Dump Trailer, 26’ Steel Tub, 52” Sides, Spring Susp, Mechanical Tarp, 11R22.5 Tires, Vin 1R1D426262G920055; 1992 East Tri-Axle Alum 30 Yd Frameless Dump Trailer, Tag Axle, Spring Susp, 2 Way Gate, Vin 1E1F9R384NRE13540; 1992 East Tri-Axle Alum 30 Yd Frameless Dump Trailer, Tag Axle, Spring Susp, 2 Way Gate, Vin 1E1F9R387NRF13552; 1992 East TriAxle Alum 30 Yd Frameless Dump Trailer, Tag Axle, Spring Susp, 2 Way Gate, Vin 1E1F9R385NRF13548; 1992 East Tri-Axle Alum 30 Yd Frameless Dump Trailer, Tag Axle, Spring Susp, 2 Way Gate, Vin 1E1F9R389NRF13553; 1992 East Tri-Axle Alum 30 Yd Frameless Dump Trailer, Tag Axle, Spring Susp, 2 Way Gate, Vin 1E1F9R384NRF13556; 1988 Hill ADT 33054-641986 T/A 30’ Alum Dump Trailer, Spring Susp, Vin 1H901F3D4J1022085; 1986 Ti Brook Dump Trailer, 27’ Steel Body, 56” Sides, Spring Susp, Mechanical Tarp, 11R24.5 Tires, Vin 1T9BSSE28GB021793; 1986 Fruehauf T/A End Dump Trailer, 24’ Steel Tub, 52” Sides, Steel Frame, Air Tailgate, Spring Susp, Manual Roll Up Tarp, 11R24.5 Tires, Vin 1H4D02325GF036606; Dorsey Tri-Axle Alum Dump Trailer w/Mountain Tarp, Vin 1DTD18H38GP022672; VAC TRAILERS: 1992 Presvac PVT5200 T/A Vac Trailer, Lister Petter 4 Cyl Dsl, Masport Pump, Air Ride, Spread Axle, 38’ Tank, 5200 Gal Cap, 11R22.5 Tires, Vin 2P9S1528N100J014; 1991 Fort Worth T/A Vac Trailer, 2 Cyl Dsl, Presvac Pump, Spring Susp, 32’ Tank, 5000 Gal Cap, 11R22.5 Tires, Vin 1F9161305M1062002; 1979 Thomson T/A Vac Trailer, 30’ Tank, 5000 Gal Cap, 3 Cyl Dsl, Prevac Pump, Spring Susp, 11R22.5 Tires, Vin S10379; 1978 Presvac T/A Vac Trailer, 4 Cyl Dsl, Demag Wittig Pump, Spring Susp, 30’ Ribbed Tank, 5000 Gal Cap, 11R22.5 Tires, Vin PVT50007781629; 1974 Dorsey T/A Vac Trailer, 3 Cyl Dsl, NAPC Pump, Spring Susp, 26’ Tank, 5000 Gal Cap, 11R22.5 Tires, Vin S30096X2258; 1974 Thomson T/A Vac Trailer, 5040 Gal Tank, Spring Susp, Vin 1474; 1991 Fort Worth T/A Vac Trailer, 32’, 5000 Gal, Inoperable, Vin 1FO16130XM1062027; VAN, FLATBED & SGL DROP TRAILERS: 2001 Fontaine 48’ T/A Sgl Drop Trailer, 102” Wide, 10’ Top Deck, 38” Bottom Deck, Air Ride, Spread Axle, 255/70R22.5 Tires, Vin 13N24830511592011; (5) 19901995 Dorsey & Fontaine 45’x96” High Flats; 1988 Great Dane 45’ T.A Flatbed Trailer, Spring Susp, Tool Box, Spare Tire Carrier, Bulk Head, 11R24.5 Tires, Vin 1GRDM9020JM013701; 1988 45’ T/A Fruehauf Van Trailer, Sliding Tandems, Spring Susp, Curb Door, Roll Up Rear Door, Vin 1H2V04221JB009802; 1987 Theurer 48’ T/A Van Trailer, For Storage Only, Vin 11482-9-01-126641; 1985 Strick 28’ S/A Pup Trailer, Roll Up Door, Vin 1S11E8283FE272605; 1979 Strick 45’ T/A Van Trailer, Slide Axle, Roll Up Door, For Storage Only, Vin A0006153; 1978 Budd 45’ T/A Van Trailer, Slide Axles, Barn Door, For Storage Only, Vin 159916; 1974 Strick 45’ T/A Van Trailer, Slide Axle, Barn Doors, For Storage Only, Vin 174982; 1974 Gindy T/A 45’ Van Trailer, Slide Axles, Barn Door, For Storage Only; 1973 Strick T/A 45’ Van Trailer, Slide Axles, Barn Door, For Storage Only, Vin 150931; 1969 Fruehauf 40’ T/A Van Trailer, Barn Door, For Storage Only, Vin MAKE218330; TAGALONG & OTHER H.D. EQUIPMENT TRAILERS: 2005 Eager Beaver HA-PT 10 Ton Paver Special, Vin 112H2N3115LO69458; 2003 Trail Boss 20 Ton T/A Tag-Along, 8’6”x20’ Deck, 5’ Beaver Tail w/Ramps, Air Brakes, Vin 450DP252631000938; 1999 Tow Master T10P 6 Ton T/A Equipment Trailer, 16’x6’5” Deck, Ramps, T225/75R15 Tires, Vin 4KNUT1623XL160400; 1971 T/A Equipment Trailer, 15’x8’ Deck, 6’ Beaver Tail, Ramps, 9-14.5 Tires, Vin 1436; TANK TRUCKS & TRAILERS: 1998 Kenworth T800 Tank Truck, 250 Cummins 9 Sp Fuller, 2800 Gal 3 Compartment Alum Tank; 1979 Flo Boy Asphalt Trailer, Quad Axle, Vin 79-1136FLowboy; 1975 Allied Transporter T/A 32’ 7000 Gal Alum Water Tanker, 3 Compartments, Spring Susp, 11R24.5 Tires, Vin 741105; WALKING FLOOR & LIVE BOTTOM TRAILERS: 2001 East 100 Yd Walking Floor, Vin 1E1UX2801RHU30262; 2000 East 100 Yd Walking Floor, Vin 1E1U1X286YRA28603; 1988 East 100 Yd Walking Floor, Vin 1E1P1X288JKA08907; 1988 East 95 Yd Walking Floor, Vin 1E1P1X286JRA08906; OFFICE & STORAGE TRAILERS: UTILITY, FLATBED & VAN BODY TRUCKS: 2001 Chevy 3500HUD Utility Body; 2001 Dodge Ram 1500 W/Plow; 1991 Ford F350 8’ Utility Body, Vin 2FDHF37M6MCA50469; 1996 Freightliner FLD120 T/A Flatbed, Cummins Dsl, 9 Sp Fuller, 12K F, 32K R, Vin 1FVX3MCB1TL793827; 1990 Fontaine 45’ T/A Flatbed, Fixed Head Board, Vin 13N1452C0L1548636; 1996 Chevy C6500 Flatbed Dump, Cat 185HP, 6 Sp, 8K F, 18K R, Hyd Brakes, PTO, Vin 1GBJ7H1J8V100634; 2005 GMC Cube Van, 8 Cyl Gas, Auto, Vin 1GDJG31U951126924; 2004 Mitsubishi Fuso FE-640T S/A Cabover w/12’ Hackney Van Body & Ramp, Dsl, Auto, Vin JL6BHC1S34K000160; 2002 Mitsubishi Fuso FE-649 S/A Cabover

w/12’ Hackney Van Body & Ramp, Dsl, Auto, Vin JW6BBC1H02L000140; 2002 Mitsubishi Fuso FE-640 S/A Cabover w/Hackney 12’ Van Body & Ramp, Dsl, Auto, Vin JW6BBC1H32L000312; 2003 Ford E350 Utility Van; 2002 Ford E350 12’ Box Truck, Gas, Auto, Vin 1FDWE35L22HB75320; 2002 Int’l 4700 S/A Box Truck, DT466, 6 Sp, Vin 1HTSCAAMX2H407547; 1999 Mitsubishi FE-639T S/A Cabover w/12’ Hackney Van Body & Ramp, Dsl, Auto, Vin JW6AAC1H7XL005566; 1996 Freightliner FL70 S/A Box Truck, Cummins Dsl, 6 Sp, Lift Gate, Vin 1FV3HFACXTL670681; 1987 Chevy P30 S/A Delivery Van, V8 Dsl, Auto, 10’6” Van Body, 8R19.5 Tires, Vin 1GCJP32J2H3333334; 1987 Chevy S6000 S/A Van, 8 Cyl Dsl, 5 Sp, w/Leroi 185 Air Compressor; 1986 Ford E350 Cab & Chassis, V8 Gas, Auto, 225/75R16 Tires, Vin 1FDKE37H2GHA18501; 1980 Int’l Paystar 5000 Tri-Axle Cab & Chassis, L10 Cummins, Fuller Trans; SERVICE, WATER, FUEL & LUBE TRUCKS & TRAILERS: 1988 Ford F350 9’ Flatbed Welding Truck, Vin 2FDKF37H4JCB23956; 1988 GMC TR31003 Service Truck, Vin 1GDJR34W1JJ506664; 1999 Ford F600 S/A Water Truck, Ford Dsl, 6 sp, 2000 Gal Steel Tank, Vin 3FENF8014XMA09679; 1982 Ford LN8000 S/A Water Truck, Cat 3208 Dsl, 5+2, 2800 Gal Reck Weld Steel Tank, Homelite 3” Water Pump w/Gas Engine, 11R22.5 Tires, Vin 1FDPK80V8CVA25306; 1980 Int’l Water Wagon, Vin CA255KHA19571; 1995 Ford LS8000 Oil Truck, 6 Cyl Dsl, 6 Sp, w/Trans-Tech 2800 Gal Alum Tank, Vin 1FDXS82E0SVA11193; SWEEPER TRUCK: 2000 Sterling, Cummins Dsl, Auto, 12K F, 21K R, Vin 49H6WFAA5YHF75440 w/Elgin Eagle Series F Sweeper, Isuzu Dsl, Dual Side Drive, Gutter Brooms, Vin F-1073-D; SNOW HANDLING TRUCKS & EQUIPMENT: 10’ Manual Angle Steel Snow Plow; 11’ Highway Plow; Fisher Minute Mt Plow; FLEET VEHICLES: 2005 Dodge Dakota, V8 Gas, Auto, Club Cab, Vin 1D7HW4N25S215155; 2004 Dodge Durango, 4x4, Gas, Auto, Vin 1D4HB48D94F184906; 2003 Ford Crown Vic, Vin 2FAFP73W13X207295; 2003 Buick LaSabre, Vin 1G4HP52K234189060; 2002 GMC Sierra, Vin 1GDJR34K5KF701801; 2000 Ford F150, Vin 1FTZF1724YNB32342; 2000 Chevy Silverado; 2000 Chevy Silverado 1500, 4x4, 8 Cyl Gas, Auto, Vin 1GCEK14T2YE315441; 1999 Ford F150, 4x4, Triton V8, Auto, Ladder Rack, Vin 1FTRF18W8XNA93027; 1999 Jeep Grand Cherokee Laredo; 1999 Acura CL, Gas, 5 Sp, Vin 19UYA3156XL006181; 1999 Ford F150, Vin 1FTZF1724XNB62729; 1999 Ford F150, Vin 1FTDF15Y5SNA92412; 1998 Ford F150, 6 Cyl Gas, Auto, Vin 1FTZF1728WKA70037; 1997 Ford F250, Vin 1FTHF25F3VEB30598; 1997 Ford F150, Vin 1FTDF1723VNC73246; 1997 Ford Windstar, Gas, Auto, Vin 2FTDA54U4WBS3823; 1996 Ford F150, Vin 2FTEF15Y2TCA47455; 1995 Suzuki X90, Gas, 5 Sp, Vin J53LB1153T4101013; 1995 Chevy Caprice, Gas, Auto, Vin 1G1B182P5SR107240; 1994 Ford F150, Gas, 2 WD, Tool Box, Vin 2FTDF15Y1RCA73825; 1994 Ford F150 XLT, Gas, Auto, Vin 1FTEF14HRNB16587; 1993 Jeep Grand Cherokee, 4x4, 6 Cyl, Auto, Vin 1J4GZ58S7PC650762; 1992 Ford Crown Vic, Gas, Auto, Vin 2FACP72W9MX234946; 1991 Ford F150, Vin 1FTDF15Y1MLA17172; 1989 Ford Ranger, 4 Cyl Gas, 5 Sp, Vin 1FTCR10A2KUC40258; 1986 Ford F350, Vin 1FTHF36LXGCA46653; 1986 Chevy Camaro, V8 Gas, Auto, Not Running, Vin 1G1FP87H4GN133706; TRUCK PARTS & PARTS VEHICLES: 13’, 12 Yd Steel Dump Body w/Richards Cover & Piston; Rolloff Hoist Hook Lift; Steel Stake Body w/Lift Gate; (4) New Firestone 11R20 Tires; (4) New Goodyear 11R20 Tires; (4) New Cap Goodyear 10R20 Tires; (2) New Goodyear 10R22.5 Tires; (2) New Bias 12.00-24 Tires; (2) New Fidelity 10R20 Tires; (4) Used Matching Drive 225/70R19.5 Tires; (4) Used Matching Highway 225/70R19.5 Tires; (4) Used 15-19.5 Tires; 205/75 RIS Snow Tires; etroit Engines; Trailer Hitch; Early Mdl Sportster Parts; AND MORE!

DAY 2 – FRIDAY, APRIL 9th CONSTRUCTION, EARTH MOVING & LAND CLEARING EQUIP, CRUSHING & SCREENING

EXCAVATORS: 2006 Cat 315CL, 10’2” Dip, 32” Bkt w/Teeth, Thumb, Plumbed, s/n CJC04102; 1996 Cat 322B, Erops, 10’ Dip, 42” Bkt w/Teeth, s/n 3NR00168; 2004 Komatsu PC300HD-7L, Cab, A/C, JRB Coupler & Pin Grabber, Plumbed, s/n 85009; 2004 Terex TXC470-1, Sound Suppression Cab w/A/C, 11’ Dip, 38” Geith Bkt w/Teeth, New Hyd Pump, s/n DHKHEXH01S40030003; 2003 Daewoo S220LC-V, Cab, A/C, Plumbed, 36” Bkt w/Teeth, 9’4” Dip, Stiff Arm plate, s/n 642; 1994 John Deere 590D, 10’ Dip, 36” Bkt w/Teeth, s/n FF590D5002231; 1997 Kobelco SK120 IV, Wain Roi Q/C Bkt; 1997 Samsung SE130LCM2, A/C, s/n DBY1183; 1995 Samsung SE130LC-2, s/n DBY0413; Badger Hydroscopic 460 H434-46B Gradall, Gas, 5+2, 36” Bkt w/Teeth, s/n 155575; 2007 Bobcat 435, Erops, A/C, Zero Turn, Wrist-O-Twist, Thumb, Bkts, s/n 563112633; 2005 New Holland EH45, Erops, 15” Rubber Tracks, 7’3” Blade, Plumbed, 24” Bkt w/Teeth, Aux Hyd, 59”

Dip, Sid Swing, s/n R10301932; 2002 Takeuchi TB175CR; 2002 IHI 80NX, Erops, A/C, 23” Bkt w/Teeth, Aux Hyd, 6’ Dip, Side Swing, 7’2” Blade, Steel Tracks, Hyd thumb, s/n WK000294; CRAWLER TRACTORS & LOADERS: 2000 Cat D5C, Cab, A/C, Pat Blade, s/n 6CS00835; 1994 Cat D3C III, Orops, 7’8” 6 Way Blade, s/n 6SL00320; 1993 Cat D6H Series II, Orops, 10’8” 4 Way Semi U Blade, s/n 3ZF05655; 1987 Cat D8N, Erops, A/C, 20” Pads, 12’11’ 4 Way Blade, 4 Barrel Ripper, s/n 9TC01013; 1979 John Deere 350L, 6’8” 6 Way Blade, s/n 3350537; Fiat Allis 580FLC, Erops, 8’ Bkt w/Teeth, s/n 14CA019030; 1969 Cat 977K, Pwr Shift, Erops w/Sweeps, s/n 11K2435; RUBBER TIRED LOADERS: 2005 Cat 928G, s/n DJD1663; 2001 Cat 938G, s/n 4YS1883; 1998 Cat 938G, Erops, 3.5 Yd 9’ BOCE Bkt, 20.5-25 Rubber, s/n 6WS01190; 1999 Cat IT28G, s/n 7BS0492; 1998 Cat IT28G, A/C, Q/C, Bkt, s/n 8CR01453; 1989 Cat 980C , s/n 63X8468; 1985 Cat 980C, s/n 63X07787; 1987 John Deere 644D, Erops, Heat, 9’4” BOCE Bkt, s/n DW644DB513070; 1986 John Deere 544D, Erops, Bkt, S/N 510831; 2003 Daewoo MF200-V, Cab, Heat, A/C, 3rd Valve, 8’2” BOCE Bkt, 20.5R25 Tires, s/n 1037; Michigan 85ADC, Cab, 7’8” GP Bkt, 17.5-25 Tires, s/n 4DC131; 1992 Trojan 3500Z, s/n 3851808; 1988 Trojan 5500Z, s/n T17-5558; Trojan 5500, Erops, 11’2” GP Bkt, 29.5R25 Tires, s/n 5505-7946; Clark 75B, Erops, 8’5” BOCE Bkt, 20.5-25 Tires, s/n 443C103CAC; TRACTOR LOADER BACKHOES: 2005 Cat 420DIT, Erops, Plumbed, 4x4, E-Hoe, 12” Q/C Bkt w/Teeth, 7’8” Q/C BOCE Bkt; 2005 Cat 420DIT, Erops, Plumbed, 4x4, 12” Q/C Bkt w/Teeth, 7’6” Q/C BOCE Bkt, s/n BLN11545; John Deere 710D, 2 WD; SKID STEERS: 1999 Cat 226E, Erops, 6’ BOCE Bkt, Aux Hyd, s/n 5FZ00528; 2001 Bobcat 773, Orops, 67” BOCE Bkt, Aux Hyd, 10-16.5 Tires, s/n 519019759; Bobcat T300 Track Steer; 1999 Case XT90, Erops, 78” Self Leveling Bkt, Ride Control, s/n JAF0245726; 1988 Bobcat 773, Orops, Dsl, Aux Hyd, 10-16 Tires, s/n 509648644; Toyota 50K, Erops, s/n 520-T50; SKID STEER ATTACHMENTS: MB 250 Stanley 850 PSI Demo Hammer; Bobcat 6’ Sweeper; 72” Bkt w/Teeth; 72” Grapple Bkt; Bobcat Backhoe Attach, 19” Bkt w/Teeth, 39” Dip; Toyota Backhoe Attach; Hawk 5’ Snow Blower; Forks; PAVING EQUIPMENT: 2000 Cat AP1055B Paver, s/n ABB00273; 1996 Blaw Knox PF3200 Paver, s/n 32003-10; 1994 Lee Boy 8000BH, Dsl, s/n 543BH; CRUSHING & SCREENING PLANTS & COMPONENTS: 2006 Pegson Premier Trac 26x44 Track Jaw Crusher, Hyd Adjustable Jaws, New Jaws Installed, s/n 650264; Extec T/A Screener, Deutz Dsl, 4062 Hrs, s/n 3854; 1998 Fabtec portable Sand Plant, s/n 5-15-2-117-98; STACKERS & CONVEYORS: 60’ Radial Stacker, Hyd Pwr; 43’x32” Elec Conveyor, To Be Sold Offsite, FOB: North Haven, CT; 43’ Portable Product Conveyor, Thermo King Dsl; LARGE GENSETS: Onan 45EML30739T 45KW Stand By Generator, Ford Industrial Gas; ROLLERS & COMPACTORS: 1988 Dynapac CA30-IID Roller, s/n 577262; 1985 Bomag B2130 Roller, Deutz Dsl, 84” Drum; Wacker RB660V Dbl Drum Roller, Briggs & Stratton, 36” Drum, s/n 673601314; TELESCOPIC BOOM LIFTS: 2001 Genie S65, 54’ Lift Height, Dsl, s/n 7752; 2000 Genie Z45, 45’ Electric Manlift; ROUGH TERRAIN , TELESCOPIC & PNEUMATIC TIRED FORKLIFTS: MOTOR GRADERS & SCRAPERS: 1964 Huber 9D Grader, Detroit Engine, 12’ Mold Board, s/n 906-810580; FORESTRY & LAND CLEARING EQUIPMENT: CRANES: RIDGID FRAME & ARTICULATED END DUMPS: 1990 Cat D30D, 4x4, Cat 3306, Auto, 23.5-25 Tires, s/n 3AJ0069; 1993 Euclid R50, s/n 326LDC74847, To Be Sold Via Picture, FOB: Newington & New Britain, CT; 1989 Terex 33-09, s/n T51028, To Be Sold Via Picture, FOB: Newington & New Britain, CT; 1988 R35, s/n 73664, To Be Sold Via Picture, FOB: Newington & New Britain, CT; 1982 Euclid R50, s/n 71672, To Be Sold Via Picture, FOB: Newington & New Britain, CT; 1978 Terex 33-11, 85 Ton, s/n 64914, To Be Sold Via Picture, FOB: Newington & New Britain, CT; BUCKETS & ATTACHMENTS: Magnum Hammer For Komatsu PC300; Bkt For Cat 988B; U Blade For Cat D9; Cat Backhoe Bkt; 10’ Q/C Pwr Broom For Cat 966; 8’ Bkt Sweeper For Backhoe; MODULAR OFFICE BUILDING: Large Modular Office Building, To Be Sold Offsite, FOB: Milford, CT; SEA & STORAGE CONTAINERS: 40’ Sea Container; TRENCH & SHORING BOXES & ROAD PLATES: 8’x20’x3/4” Trench Boxes; (2) 6’x8’x3/4” Trench Boxes; EQUIPMENT PARTS & COMPONENTS: Chains & Pads For 50 Ton Excavator; Scraper & Loader Tires; (4) Used S.T.S 13.00-24 Tires; (2) New American Farm Service 11.00-16 Tires; (4) American 20.5-25 Tires; (4) General 26.5-25 Tires; (2) General 29.5-25 Tires; (2) Michelin XGC 14.00R24 Tires; AND MORE!

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Ritchie Bros. Inc. Reports Increased Revenue for 2009 Ritchie Bros. Auctioneers Incorporated announced net earnings for the year ended Dec. 31, 2009, of $93.5 million, or $0.88 per diluted share, and adjusted net earnings of $92.0 million, or $0.87 per diluted share compared to adjusted net earnings of $85.5 million, or $0.81 per diluted share, for the year ended Dec. 31, 2008. This represents year-over-year adjusted net earnings per share growth of 8 percent. Adjusted net earnings is a non-GAAP financial measure and is defined below. Financial statement net earnings in 2008 were $101.4 million, or $0.96 per diluted share. The company’s auction revenues for the year ended Dec. 31, 2009, were $377.2 million, compared to $354.8 in 2008, representing a 6 percent year over year increase. The company conducted 195 industrial auctions in 14 countries throughout North America, Europe, the Middle East, Central America, Asia and Australia during 2009, and set 11 regional gross auction proceeds records. During

the year, the company held its first ever auctions in India and Turkey, its first auction in Panama since 1999, and its second auction in Poland. Quarterly Dividend The company also announced on Jan. 25, 2010, the declaration of a quarterly cash dividend of $0.10 per common share payable on March 12, 2010, to shareholders of record on Feb. 19, 2010. In 2009, the company paid approximately $40 million in regular cash dividends, a 12 percent increase over 2008. Gross Auction Proceeds and Auction Revenues Gross auction proceeds in 2009 were $3.49 billion, 2 percent lower than in 2008. Gross auction proceeds is a non-GAAP financial measure and is described below. Excluding the impact of fluctuations in the value of the U.S. dollar, gross auction proceeds and auction revenues in local currency increased 2 percent and 11 percent,

respectively, in 2009 compared to 2008. Excluding the United States market, gross auction proceeds increased by 10 percent in local currency in 2009 compared to 2008. The company’s auction revenue rate (auction revenues as a percentage of gross auction proceeds) was 10.80 percent in 2009, compared to 9.95 percent in 2008. The company achieved gross auction proceeds of $891.1 million in the fourth quarter of 2009, a 4 percent increase compared to $853.9 million in the fourth quarter of 2008. Auction revenues were $97.1 million for the three months ended Dec. 31, 2009, a 19 percent increase, compared to $81.7 million for the fourth quarter of 2008. Gross auction proceeds and auction revenues in local currency increased 1 percent and 14 percent, respectively, in the fourth quarter of 2009 compared to 2008. Net Earnings for the Quarter Net earnings for the fourth quarter of 2009 were $21.8 million, or

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$0.21 per diluted share, compared to net earnings for the fourth quarter of 2008 of $27.1 million, or $0.26 per diluted share. Adjusted net earnings for the fourth quarter of 2009 were $21.1 million, or $0.20 per diluted share, compared to adjusted net earnings of $19.2 million, or $0.18 per diluted share, for the fourth quarter of 2008. Numbers of Bidders, Buyers and Sellers The company recorded a 21 percent increase in the number of bidder registrations and a 15 percent increase in the number of buyers at its industrial auctions in 2009. The company had approximately 336,000 bidder registrations at its unreserved industrial auctions in 2009, of which almost 98,000 were successful buyers. In 2008, the company had approximately 278,000 bidder registrations, of which approximately 84,000 were buyers. Ritchie Bros. worked with a large number of truck, equipment and other asset sellers in 2009, sell-

ing close to 283,000 lots on behalf of more than 37,000 consignors. In 2008, Ritchie Bros. sold in excess of 252,000 lots for more than 36,000 consignors. Average Ritchie Bros. Auction The company’s auctions varied in size during 2009, but the average Ritchie Bros. industrial auction attracted more than 1,700 bidders who competed for more than 1,400 lots consigned by 190 consignors. For the 12 months ended Dec. 31, 2008, the average industrial auction attracted more than 1,400 bidders, who competed for more than 1,300 lots consigned by 189 consignors. The average gross auction proceeds per industrial auction for 2009 was approximately $17.3 million (2008 — $17.7 million). Online Bidding Statistics Ritchie Bros. sold approximately $830 million of trucks, equipment, and other assets to online bidders during 2009, representing see RITCHIE page 84

Long-Term Study Focuses on Facilities in U.S., Japan CAT from page 1

vice president with responsibility for excavators. Currently, the company only produces two excavator models at a facility in Aurora, Ill., where it also produces wheel loaders, soil and landfill compactors, wheel dozers and components. In addition, Caterpillar produces excavators in Belgium, Brazil, China, France, Indonesia, Japan and Russia. If the contemplated decision is finalized, the new facility would manufacture the two models now made in Aurora, as well as several additional excavator models now produced in Japan and exported to the United States. “The excavator business is highly competitive and continues to evolve with a diverse and growing number of manufacturers around the world,” Stampanato added. “As the global leader in the construction and mining equipment industry, it is imperative for Caterpillar to refine its excavator manufacturing strategy in order to provide customers with the products that will make them more productive and profitable.”

This study is part of a long-term strategic initiative to develop the appropriate global footprint needed to competitively produce hydraulic excavators. Hydraulic excavators are a core machine family made by the company and are widely used in applications around the world. If finalized and approved, the new U.S.-based factory would be the primary North American source for excavators. Under this scenario, Caterpillar’s Akashi, Japan, excavator facility would have the available capacity needed to better serve customers in the rapidly expanding Asia-Pacific region. Based on Caterpillar’s current long-term forecast for the Asia-Pacific region, it is possible Akashi may need to increase capacity and employment to help meet demand. A final decision regarding this study will be made at a later date. For more information, call or visit www.cat.com. (This story also can be found on Construction Equipment Guide’s Web site at www.constructionequipmentguide.com.) CEG


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BRIGG’S EQUIPMENT MAJOR MILITARY JOB (authorized Case Dealer) COMPLETION AUCTION 2 DAY AUCTION!

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NOTE: Having completed work on both military bases in North Carolina, CR Peele has decided to sell the equipment used on those jobs. EARLY HILITES: 12 HYDRAULIC EXCAVATOR: 2003 Cat 320CL, Cat 315CL, Cat 304, Komatsu PC300LC-6LC Avance, 2007-2005 Komatsu PC220LC-8, 2001 Komatsu PC200LC6LE, 2006-2005 JD 330LC, 2005 JD 200CLC, JD 160CLC, Daewoo 280LC-III, 2007 Gehl 603, 2 RUBBER TIRED EXCAVATORS: Gradall GW504-66, Badger 1085C, DRAGLINES: Bucyrus Erie 22B 12 ton, 3 MOTOR GRADERS: Cat 120G, Champion 710A, Galion A560E, 2 MOTOR SCRAPERS: Dresser 412B, Dresser 412B, ARTICULATED HAUL TRUCK: DJB D25B, 5 RUBBER TIRED LOADERS: Cat 938G, Cat 928G, Cat 928G, 2005 JD 544J, Case 621, 10 CRAWLER TRACTORS: Cat D7F, 2002 Cat D6RLGP, Cat D6MLGP, Cat D5MLGP, 1999 Cat D5CLGP-III, Cat D3GXL, JD 850CLGP, 2006 JD 700JLGP, Komatsu D53P, Dresser TD15C, 2 TRACTOR LOADER BACKHOES: 2006 JD 410G (4x4), 2006 JD 310 Super G (4x4), 2005 Komatsu WB140-2T (4x4), ASPHALT PAVERS: Blaw Knox PF115, 2 ASPHALT ROLLERS: 2007 Sakai SV400D, 2000 Hamm HD12, 2 VIBRATORY ROLLERS: Cat CS323C, Dynapac CA25, 2 RUBBER TRACKED SKID STEERS: 2008 ASV Positrack PT100, Cat 257, SKID STEERS: 2008 ASV PT100 Positrack, TRENCHER:Vermeer V7550, FORESTRY EQUIPMENT: Log Skidders: 2001 Cat 525B, 2000 Tigercat 630B, Feller Buncher: Tigercat 726, Crawler Hydr. Log Loader: 2003 JD 2554, Trailer Mtd. Log Loader: Prentice 410E on Evans 20ft. (t/a), DRAGLINES: Bucyrus Erie

22B, 2 MOTORCYCLES: 2007 Harley Davidson Fat Boy, 2006 Harley Davidson Dyna Wide Glide, 2 WATER TRUCKS: 1983 Ford 8000 4000gal. (t/a), Autocar DC9364B 4000gal. (t/a), 2 TRUCK TRACTORS: 1995-1994 Freightliner FLD120 (t/a), 8 DUMP TRUCKS: 2006 Mack CV713 Granite (tri.), 1998 Mack RD694S (t/a), (2) 1996 Kenworth T800 (t/a), 1985-1983 Kenworth W900B (t/a), 2000 Int’l. 5500I (t/a) , Ford 9000 (t/a), UTILITY TRUCKS: 2000 Ford F350 Super Duty X-cab (4x4), FLATBED DUMP TRUCKS: 1992 Int’l. 4700 Navistar (s/a), 12 PICKUP TRUCKS: 2007-2006 Ford F250XLT Harley Davidson Crew Cab Edition (4x4), 2004-2002 Ford F350XLT X-cab (4x4), 2007 Chevy Colorado X-Cab (4x4), 2003 Chevy 3500LS Crew cab (4x4), 2003 Chevy 3500LT Crew cab (4x4), 2001 Chevy 2500HD Silverado Crew cab (4x4), 1999 Chevy 1500 Z71 X-Cab (4x4), 1999 Chevy 1500 LC X-Cab, 2004 GMC 2500HD SLT Crea cab (4x4), 2007 GMC 1500 Sierra Crew cab (4x4), 2 DETACHABLE GOOSENECK TRAILERS: 2006-2003 Fontaine TA51H-NGB 51ton (t/a.), EQUIPMENT TRAILERS: 2008 Hudson HTD18E 9 ton 18ft. (t/a), 5 DUMP TRAILERS: (2) 2006 All Pro DGNB82010T8F 20ft.(t/a), (2)1995 Montone AD28285454 28ft. (t/a), Palmer EA003374 24ft. (t/a), ATTACHMENTS: Excavators: New 5600-4800-3500 thumbs, Skid Steers: New Hay Spears, Grapples, Forks, Tree Booms, Pallet Forks, Fork Frames, Stump Buckets, Buckets, Backhoe. NC FIRM # 5682, NC AUCTIONEER Jack Lyon

Complete Liquidation Phase VI Case Earthmoving & Support Equipment, Aerial Lifts & Service Trucks. FRIDAY, APRIL 16 & SATURDAY, APRIL 17 @ 9:30 AM CHARLOTTE, NORTH CAROLINA NOTE: Brigg’s Equipment, the largest Case Dealer in North America, is completely selling out and will sell its equipment in 6 phases with phase 6 in this sale absolute unreserved consisting of the best Case Earthmoving, Skid Steers, Mini Excavators, Case Attachments, Case Tooling & Shop Equipment found anywhere. EARLY HILITES: 2 MOTOR GRADERS: (2) Demo Noram 65E, 2 RUBBER TIRED LOADERS: 2007-2005 Case 621D, 6 TRENCH ROLLERS: (4) 2007 Wacker RT82SC, 2007 Wacker RT80SC, 2007 Wacker RT56, ASPHALT ROLLERS: Hamm HD12, 13 TELESCOPIC FORKLIFTS: (2) 2008 Genie GTH1056, (9) 2008 GTH636, 2003 Lull 844C-42, Lull 644D-36, 12 BOOM LIFTS: (2) 2008 Genie S85 (4x4), 2008-(2) 2007 Genie S60 (4x4), (7) 2007 Genie S40 (4x4), 29 SCISSOR LIFTS: (6) 2008-2007 Genie GS3246, 2008-(21) 2007 Genie GS1930, SWEEPERS: 2007 Laymor 8HC, 21 SERVICE TRUCKS: (3) 2006-(7) 2005 Ford F750 (s/a), 2005-(5) 2004 Ford F650, 2003- 2001-2000 Ford F550, (2) 2001 Sterling Acterra, 5 PICKUP TRUCKS: 2001 Ford F250, 2003-2002-(2) 2001 Ford F150, 2 TAGALONG TRAILERS: 2007 Trailmaster 4KNFC, 2007 Trailmaster CG14, VERY LARGE QUANTITY ATTACHMENTS & PARTS: Qty. Case 42in.-84in. Buckets, Case Wheels, Case lever Control Kit, Case Restraint Bars, Case Hydr. Valves, C&P Buckets, Werk Brau 12in.-42in. Buckets, Hensley Bucket, JRB 2yd.-4yd. Buckets, FFC 66in.-90in. Rakes & Buckets, Bradco Boom Pole, Bradco Mulcher, Esco Hydr. Coupler, NPK Plate Compactor-Hydr. Couplers – Jaw Sets, Genesis Concrete Jaw Sets – Rebar Cutter Shears-Pulverizer, Labounty Grapples, Loegering Wheel Spacers-Rubber Tracks, Zanetis pad kits. NC FIRM # 5682, NC AUCTIONEER Jack Lyon SALE SITE PHONE: (315) 559-5900

Everything sells “AS IS,” “WHERE IS,” everything sells to the highest bidder without minimums or reserve.

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Complete Liquidation: Thomas Associates LATE MODEL CAT, KOMATSU CONSTRUCTION EQUIPMENT, TRUCKS & TRAILERS

“The Finest of the South” WEDNESDAY, APRIL 21 @ 10:00 AM NASHVILLE (LAVERGNE), TENNESSEE NOTE: Thomas Associates, one of the largest contractors in the Nashville area, after 2 generations has decided to discontinue operations and pursue other interests and sell their fine fleet of late model equipment and vehicles at absolute, unreserved auction. HILITES INCLUDE: 3 ARTICULATED HAUL TRUCKS: (2) 2006 Volvo A40D, 2006 Volvo A35D, 8 STRAIGHT FRAME TRUCKS: (2) 2007 Komatsu H465, (3) 2005 Komatsu HD605, (3) Cat 796D, 9 HYDRAULIC EXCAVATORS: Cat 375L, Cat 345BL, (2) Cat 330CL, Cat 330BL, Cat 325BL, Cat 321D, Hitachi EX1200, 2006 Hitachi ZX850H, MOTOR GRADERS: Cat 140H, 2 MOTOR SCRAPERS: (2) Cat 621F, RUBBER TIRED LOADERS: Cat 930G, 10 CRAWLER TRACTORS: Cat D10R (ripper), 2000 Cat D6R/Ripper, (2) 2007 Cat D8T, (2) 2003 Cat D8R, Cat D8L, 2008 Cat D6TXW, 2006 Cat D6RXL, Cat D3GXL, CRAWLER LOADERS: Cat 963C, 2 VIBRATORY ROLLERS: Cat CS563D, Cat C563C, 3 GRINDERS: 2006 ProGrinder 5100KBL, Nordberg NW1213 Impact Crusher, 2007 Metso LT1213 Impact Rock Crusher, PAVERS: Gomaco GT3600, 2 SKID STEERS: Cat 287B, Cat 242, 8 DUMP TRUCKS: (3) 2007 Volvo VHD64B triaxle Dumps, (5) Mack RD688S triaxle Dumps, TRUCK & TRAILERS: Freightliner (tri.) w/ Fontaine 60 ton, 3 SERVICE TRUCKS: 2007 CV713 Super Lube 2500, 2003 Ford F750 Mechanics Body, 2003 Ford F650 Mechanics Body, HYDRAULIC HAMMERS: NPK GH18, Bitelli TB980XC, 5 ROCK DRILLS: 2006 Atlas Copco Rock Drill, (2) 2006 Reedrill Rock Drills, (2) Gardner Denver Drills. TN AUCTIONEER LICENSE: #00005432 / Jack Lyon TN AUCTION FIRM: #00004268 / Alex Lyon & Son Inc. Everything sells “AS IS,” “WHERE IS,” everything sells to the highest bidder without minimums or reserve.

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CEO Pleased With Growth, Continues Long-Term Plan RITCHIE from page 82

a 19 percent increase compared to 2008 (2008 — approximately $700 million). Almost 130,000 unique customers from more than 195 countries have now registered and received approval to bid online at Ritchie Bros. auctions. Internet bidders represented approximately 35 percent of the total registered bidders at Ritchie Bros. industrial auctions in 2009, and they were the buyer or runner-up bidder on 37 percent of the lots offered online at these auctions (2008 — 30 percent). Since launching its real-time online bidding service in 2002, the company has now sold almost $3.3 billion worth of trucks, equipment, and other assets to online bidders. Summary Comments “We continued to execute our long-term growth strategy and are pleased with our performance in 2009 in the face of challenging conditions in several of our major markets,” said Peter Blake, Ritchie Bros. CEO. “We made significant investments in the future of our company, opening seven new and replacement auction sites, growing our sales team by 14 percent, introducing new valueadded services for our customers and improving our systems and processes, including development of a new sales force automation tool and piloting a timed auction system. We sold a record number of equipment items, registered record numbers of on site and online bidders, including significant numbers of first time customers, sold a record amount of equipment to online bidders and conducted a number of successful auctions in frontier markets. Our efforts to control expenses and improve efficiency are reflected in our healthy adjusted net earnings growth. “Our gross auction proceeds did not grow as expected in 2009, although we did see growth in some of our markets, such as Canada where we generated a 19 percent increase in local currency gross auction proceeds. In general, average equipment values at our auctions were lower than in 2008, and combined with a shift to more lower valued items, this diminished the impact of the 12 percent increase in items we sold in 2009. At the beginning of 2009 we expected a high volume of idle equipment to come to market but this did not happen. Equipment owners had the unusual situation of low interest rates and generally more accommodating lenders, so in the face of a high degree of uncertainty in the market and depressed equipment values, many equipment owners chose to hold

on to their assets. “It’s hard to say exactly what 2010 has in store for Ritchie Bros. — precise visibility into the future is challenging for us at the best of times — and even though the results of our recent auctions have been very promising, the continuing uncertainty in equipment markets makes 2010 a tough year to predict. Like many other companies, we have been impacted by the global recession; however, we remain focused on executing our strategy and generating earnings growth over the long term,” Blake said. Definitions of Non-GAAP Measures The company defines adjusted net earnings as financial statement net earnings excluding the after-tax effects of excess property sales and significant foreign exchange gains or losses resulting from financing activities that are not expected to recur, and has provided a reconciliation below. Adjusted net earnings is a non-GAAP financial measure that does not have a standardized meaning, and is therefore unlikely to be comparable to similar measures presented by other companies. The company believes that comparing adjusted net earnings for different financial periods provides more useful information about the growth or decline of its net earnings for the relevant financial period and identifies the impact of items which the company does not consider to be part of its normal operating results. Gross auction proceeds represent the total proceeds from all items sold at Ritchie Bros. auctions. The company’s definition of gross auction proceeds may differ from those used by other participants in its industry. Gross auction proceeds is an important measure the company uses in comparing and assessing its operating performance. It is not a measure of the company’s financial performance, liquidity or revenue and is not presented in its consolidated financial statements. The company believes that auction revenues, which is the most directly comparable measure in its statements of operations, and certain other line items, are best understood by considering their relationship to gross auction proceeds. Auction revenues represent the revenues earned by Ritchie Bros. in the course of conducting its auctions, and consist primarily of commissions earned on consigned equipment and net profit on the sale of equipment purchased by the company and sold in the same manner as consigned equipment. For more information, visit www.rbauction.com.


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ADVERTISER INDEX ALEX LYON & SON INC JACKSONVILLE NC / CHARLOTTE ............................83 NASHVILLE ..................................................................84 ARROW EQUIPMENT INC ..................................................29 ASC CONSTRUCTION EQUIPMENT USA ................3,32,88 BAIR PRODUCTS INC..........................................................51 BARGAINS ............................................................................72 BEASLEY FOREST PRODUCTS ........................................20 BENCH MARK TOOL & SUPPLY ........................................26 BOBCAT CAROLINA’S..........................................................28 BOBCAT COMPANY ............................................................66 BOMAG ................................................................................42 CASE CONSTRUCTION ......................................................61 CAT AUCTION SERVICES HOUSTON TX ..............................................................85 CEDARAPIDS INC ................................................................34 CEG SCALE MODELS..........................................................24 CHAMPION MOTOR GRADERS ..........................................38 CLASSIFIEDS ..................................................................70,71 CLEVELAND BROTHERS EQUIPMENT CO ......................12 CONSTRUCTION EQUIPMENT GUIDE CEG WANTED ..............................................................73 CONSTRUCTIONEQUIPMENTGUIDE.COM................16 MORE VALUE FOR YOUR ADVERTISING DOLLAR ..64 FELLING EW SLEEPER & MIDCO TESTIMONIALS ..30 PAVING COMPACTION & MILLING PROMO ..............46 CEG AUCTION BANNER PROMO ..............................75 D & E MFG ............................................................................17 DOOSAN INFRACORE AMERICA ..................................59,69 DOUGHERTY EQUIPMENT COMPANY ..............................27 DYNAPAC..............................................................................35 E D ETNYRE & CO ..............................................................40 ESCO CORP ........................................................................57 GEHL ....................................................................................55 GEITH INC ..............................................................................6 GOMACO CORP..............................................................19,40 HALE TRAILER BRAKE & WHEEL ........................................9 HUNYADY AUCTION CO......................................................79 HYDRAULICIRCUIT TECHNOLOGY....................................20 HYUNDAI CONSTRUCTION EQUIPMENT ..........................68 IRON PLANET ONLINE AUCTION ........................................................77

JCB INC ................................................................................49 JFW EQUIPMENT INC..........................................................38 JOHN DEERE SKID STEER ................................................54 KLEIN PRODUCTS INC........................................................15 KOBELCO ............................................................................62 LEEBOY ................................................................................36 M D MOODY & SONS INC ....................................................2 MAY HEAVY EQUIPMENT......................................................5 NATIONAL ATTACHMENTS..................................................19 NEW HOLLAND CONSTRUCTION ......................................53 NORTRAX EQUIPMENT CO FL ............................................7 PALADIN HEAVY CONSTRUCTION ....................................58 PETROWSKY AUCTIONEEERS INC NORTH FRANKLIN CT ................................................81 PINNACLE CENTRAL CO ....................................................22 R S BRASWELL CO INC ........................................................6 RING POWER CRANE ........................................................17 RITCHIE BROS. AUCTIONEERS AUCTION UPDATE ......................................................87 ROAD BUILDERS MACHINERY ..........................................10 ROADTEC ............................................................................39 ROSCO MFG CO ..................................................................34 RSC EQUIPMENT RENTAL ..................................................11 SAKAI AMERICA INC............................................................37 STAFFORD ......................................................................44,45 STOLTZFUS MFG ................................................................19 STONE CONSTRUCTION EQUIPMENT..............................34 T-QUIP OF FLORIDA ............................................................10 TAKEUCHI ............................................................................51 TAMPA MACHINERY AUCTION TAMPA FL ......................................................................82 TEREX TRUCKS ..................................................................66 TRACTOR & EQUIPMENT CO ............................................33 TRENCH SHORING SERVICES ..........................................11 U S EQUIPMENT FINANCING ............................................20 UNITED RENTALS OF FLORIDA ........................................23 VOLVO COMPACTION ........................................................43 VOLVO CONSTRUCTION EQUIPMENT ..............................67 WIRTGEN AMERICA ............................................................41 YANMAR AMERICA ..............................................................65 ZANETIS POWER ATTACHMENTS ....................................60

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EVERYTHING SELLS TO THE HIGHEST BIDDER

Auction Update CHILLIWACK, BC, CAN 604.823.2700 HARTFORD, CT, USA 860.684.1055 HOUSTON, TX, USA 713.455.5200 LONDON, ON, CAN 519.425.4321 ATLANTA, GA, USA 770.304.3355 JACKSON, MS, USA 601.939.2258 KANSAS CITY, MO, USA 816.633.4096 REGINA, SK, CAN 306.776.2397 GRAND CAYMAN, CAYMAN ISLANDS 778.331.5427 NORTH EAST, MD, USA 410.287.4330 SASKATOON, SK, CAN 306.933.9333 BOISE, ID, USA 208.705.3026 GRANDE PRAIRIE, AB, CAN 780.538.1100 MONCOFA, SPAIN +34.964.580.559 PHOENIX, AZ, USA 602.269.5631 ISTANBUL, TURKEY +90.216.366.03.00 SALT LAKE CITY, UT, USA 435.843.4260 ALBUQUERQUE, NM, USA 505.836.0738 MOERDIJK, THE NETHERLANDS 31.168.392.200 SPOKANE, WA, USA 360.956.1500

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