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Ironworkers Jim Brady (L) and Billy Geoghan release a steel cable after connecting a steel beam between two columns at the top of One World Trade Center to make it New York City’s tallest skyscraper.

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By David B. Caruso Seminole County, in partnership with the city of Cassselberry and the Florida ASSOCIATED PRESS Department of Transportation (FDOT), began an improvement project on state Road 436 and Red Bug Lake Road in October 2011 to improve mobility and safety in the NEW YORK (AP) One World Trade Center, the giant heavily traveled area. monolith being built to replace the twin towers destroyed in Originally scheduled to begin in 2010, work is anticipated to be completed approxi- the Sept. 11 attacks, layed claim to the title of New York see INTERCHANGE page 84 City’s tallest skyscraper on April 30. Workers erected steel columns that made its unfinished skeleton a little over 1,250 ft. high, just enough to peak over the roof of the observation deck on the Empire State Building. The milestone is a preliminary one. Workers are still adding floors to the so-called “Freedom Tower” and it isn’t expected to reach its full height for at least another year, at which point it is likely to be declared the tallest building in the United States, and third tallest in the world. Those bragging rights, though, will carry an asterisk. Crowning the world’s tallest buildings is a little like pickyear politics. Both Congress and By Joan Lowy ing the heavyweight champion in boxing. There is often disPresident Barack Obama have made ASSOCIATED PRESS agreement about who deserves the belt. transportation infrastructure investment In this case, the issue involves the 408-ft.-tall needle that WASHINGTON (AP) Defying the centerpiece of their jobs agendas. But will sit on the tower’s roof. expectations, Congress has reached the the political imperative for passing a bill Count it, and the World Trade Center is back on top. homestretch on a major overhaul of fed- has been complicated by House Otherwise, it will have to settle for No. 2, after the Willis eral transportation programs that is criti- Republicans’ insistence on including a Tower in Chicago. cal if the nation is to avoid steep cut- mandate for federal approval of the “Height is complicated,” said Nathaniel Hollister, a Keystone XL oil pipeline. The White backs in highway and transit aid. spokesman of The Council on Tall Buildings and Urban The bill is driven partly by electionsee BILL page 28

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2005 VOLVO L20B, 2631 Hrs ......................$31,200 (3) 2011 VOLVO L20F, 7-30 Hrs ........$58,800-$61,200 2010 VOLVO L30B, 797 Hrs ........................$62,400 2011 VOLVO L35ZD, 292 Hrs ......................$78,000 (2) 2011 VOLVO L60F, 256-349 Hrs ........$150,000 Ea. 2006 VOLVO L70E, 4225 Hrs ....................$108,000 2009 VOLVO L70F, 6423 Hrs ....................$126,000 (2) 2011 VOLVO L70F, 347-1025 Hrs ......$168,000 Ea. 2009 VOLVO L110F, 4293 Hrs ....................$204,000 2008 VOLVO L110F, 6132 Hrs ....................$156,000 2010 VOLVO L120F, 2736 Hrs ....................$225,000 (3) 2011 VOLVO L120F, 630-1580 Hrs...................... ..........................................$252,000-$270,000 2008 VOLVO L150F, 3029 Hrs ....................$252,000 (3) 2009 VOLVO L150F, 2928-4500 Hrs .................... ..........................................$222,000-$264,000 2010 VOLVO L150F, 2115 Hrs ....................$264,000 (2) 2011 VOLVO L150G, 424-1271 Hrs .................... ............................................342,000-$354,000 2011 VOLVO L180G, 708 Hrs ....................$348,000

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CAROLINA CAT TOUTS CT660 AT RICHARD CHILDRESS RACING

Nearly 175 guests attended, representing a wide range of different industries, such as trucking/hauling, logging, paving, grading and construction.

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Carolina CAT Touts CT660 at Richard Childress Racing

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arolina CAT held its first CT660 customer event at Richard Childress Racing, Welcome, N.C., on April 24. The event was held to promote the new Caterpillar vocational truck. Nearly 175 guests attended, representing a wide range of different industries, such as trucking/hauling, logging, paving, grading and construction. Steve Goggins, Charlotte district sales manager OnHighway Truck Division of Caterpillar, gave a presentation on the history, design process and features/benefits of the truck. Everyone enjoyed a barbecue lunch from Tricia’s Catering, and then had the opportunity to tour the race shop and museum. Three CT660 trucks, in red, white and blue, were parked in front of the museum for customers to look at and experience after exiting the museum. The blue truck, with a dump body, proved to be a popular attraction. The red and white trucks, which, interestingly enough were actually sold a few days prior to the event, were on display without bodies. Carolina CAT says they have received a tremenous Woody Jones (L), Carolina CAT, goes over a few amount of positive feedback from the event and significant of the benefits of the CT660 truck with Todd interest in the CT660. Hunnicutt, Blue Ridge Excavating, Bostic, N.C.

(L-R): Jeff Hagerman and Mickey Marshall, both of Carolina CAT; Tiny Simpson, retired from Carolina CAT; Larry Matthews, L.J. Matthews Grading, East Bend, N.C., and Ricky Doub, William Doub & Son Excavating, East Bend, N.C., discuss the CT660 and the racing complex.

Lynn Falke, Carolina CAT, presents Mark Medlin, Medlin Grading Inc., Lexington, N.C., with the grand prize of the day, four tickets to the All Star Race in Charlotte.

Mike Tropsha (L) and Mitch Christenbury (R), Carolina CAT, welcome Jim (second from L) and Raymond Russell, J.T. Russell & Son Inc., Albemarle, N.C.

(L-R): Alan Goodman, Jerry Lambert and Todd Wilson, all of Wayne Brothers, Kannapolis, N.C., came to the event to learn more about the products offered by Carolina CAT and to see the Richard Childress Racing Complex. Mitch Christenbury, Carolina CAT, gives them a bit of insight about the CAT Car.

The guests were treated to a complete tour of the racing facility including a rare look at how the cars are built.

Two well-equipped Cat CT660 trucks were on hand for guests to look over. Many people commented they liked the design and the features that were built into the units.


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The state’s worst problem bridge is the mile and a half stretch of twin bridges on U.S. Highway 90 east of Morgan City.

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Ring Power Celebrates 50 Years as Full-Line Caterpillar Dealer Ring Power Corporation announced its 50-year, golden anniversary as a Caterpillar dealership. In 1947, L.C. Ringhaver (better known as “Ring”) moved south from Ohio to manage a small boat yard in St. Augustine, Fla. Ringhaver had previously worked as a cost accountant for two General Motors vice presidents named Codrington and Milton. Based on his job performance at Cleveland Diesel, Codrington and Milton convinced Ringhaver to move his family to Florida and help re-energize a boat building venture in which the two men had invested. It was not long before Ringhaver advanced from manager, to partner and then sole owner of Diesel Engine Sales Company (DESCO). Ringhaver introduced mass production and assembly line techniques that turned a one-time small boat yard into the largest builder of shrimp trawlers in the world. Many of DESCO’s customers used Cat marine engines to power their shrimp boats. With these customers and his global export business in mind, Ringhaver bought the Cat engine dealership rights from Gibbs Shipyard of Jacksonville, Fla. Ringhaver’s substantial success with Cat’s marine engine line began the start of what would become a long and fruitful business relationship between Caterpillar Tractor Company and Ringhaver’s new company Ring Power Corporation. In 1962, Ringhaver was awarded the dealership of the full-line of Caterpillar earthmoving and power generation equipment. This expansion of Ring Power necessitated a move to a larger facility in Jacksonville, Fla. Branch locations in Ocala and Tallahassee, Fla., were also added.

Randy (L) and Lance Ringhaver.

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For the next 14 years, Ringhaver grew and developed the North Florida Caterpillar dealership into a customer-focused, service oriented, successful enterprise. Ringhaver’s two sons, Lance and Randy, grew up in the business and it wasn’t long before they also held management positions at Ring Power Corporation Upon L.C. Ringhaver’s death in 1976, his eldest son, Lance Ringhaver, assumed lead-

ership of the company as president and chairman, a role he would retain until his acquisition of the Central Florida Caterpillar dealership, Rozier Machinery, 10 years later. In 1986, Caterpillar awarded the central Florida dealership rights to the Ringhavers. Lance Ringhaver moved to Tampa, Fla., to start a new dealership, Ringhaver Equipment Company, while Randy Ringhaver took leadership of Ring Power

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Corporation in Jacksonville. For nearly two decades, both Cat dealerships continued to flourish, taking on new business opportunities and products such as an expanded power systems line, rental equipment operations, forklifts, cranes, air compressors and utility equipment, all backed by parts and product support. In 2004, Ringhaver Equipment Company and Ring Power Corporation officially merged into one consolidated company with Randy Ringhaver as chairman and president of the new Ring Power Corporation. The combined Cat dealership territory now consists of 44 counties throughout north and central Florida. As Ring Power Corp. celebrates 50 years as a full-line dealer of Caterpillar earthmoving, engine and material handling equipment, it is once again headquartered in St. Augustine. The central and northeast Florida Caterpillar dealer is comprised of eight divisions, that sell, service and support Caterpillar and allied equipment. The company employs more than 1,600 people, primarily throughout north and central Florida, with specialized division locations throughout the United States. For more information, visit www.ringpower.com. (This story also can be found on Construction Equipment Guide’s Web site at www.constructionequipmentguide.com.) CEG


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Volvo CE Breaks Ground on $100 Million U.S. Expansion On May 4, Volvo Construction Equipment broke ground on the first phase of the 100 MUSD expansion of its site in Shippensburg, Pa. The first phase includes construction of a new America’s headquarters office. Incorporating the latest environmental building practices, the expansion is a visible sign of the company’s commitment to the important North American market. When complete the development will include not only a new office building and customer demonstration center but also will localize production of some of the company’s larger construction machines. Made in the U.S.A. Volvo CE is making a commitment to have machines built locally. The expansion will bring production of some key product lines to Shippensburg. The new series of wheel loaders (L60G, L70G and L90G) will be the first of three new machine types expected to come off the production line. Larger models of the wheel loader, excavator and articulated hauler product lines are planned in the future. The factory could eventually produce 70 percent of Volvo Construction Equipment machines sold in North America. President of Sales Region Americas Göran Lindgren said it’s an exciting time for everyone involved. “This groundbreaking symbolizes Volvo CE’s commitment to North America and indeed to the whole Americas region,” said Lindgren. “The investment will increase the company’s flexibility and agility, enabling us to meet customer demands faster.” Core Values Built In The design of the new America’s Headquarters building follows in the footsteps of an on-going expansion project in the

ways and the actual facility we work in is no different. The infrastructure investment is just one way we are living Volvo CE core values of quality, safety and environmental care.” The new headquarters office is expected to be ready for occupation by the beginning of 2013. The Shippensburg facility employs more than 800 people and makes more than 50 different models of asphalt pavers, soil and asphalt compactors, milling machines and motorgraders. This figure is set to rise to around 70 models by 2015. Volvo acquired the facility in April 2007 as part of its purchase of Ingersoll Rand’s road development division. Today it has become an important element of the worldwide Volvo Construction Equipment manufacturing Andy Knight (L), president, Volvo Construction Equipment Operations Region footprint, spread across four continents. Americas and Göran Lindgren, president, Volvo Construction Equipment Sales For more information, visit Region Americas make symbolic digs at the groundbreaking. www.volvoce.com. factory. The new office building will be 36,000 sq. ft., consisting of two floors and a “bridge” that will connect the new building with existing facilities. Efforts also are being made to secure LEED certification for the office building. LEED (Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design) certification requires that buildings be designed, constructed, and operated with careful consideration for environmental impact of the health of occupants. The Shippensburg facility recently received a Silver LEED certification for the 2010 expansion of the manufacturing area. Operations President of Volvo CE Americas Andy Knight said the Shippensburg campus will be a world class facility. Volvo Construction Equipment broke ground on the new Shippensburg, Pa., facility “We are an industry leader in so many on May 4.

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Volvo CE Surges Into 2012 With Strong First Quarter Volvo Construction Equipment (Volvo CE) experienced a strong first quarter in 2012, seeing sales rise 17 percent and record levels of income and operating margin for a first quarter. These positive results come despite a flat total world market for construction equipment, compared to last year, and a Chinese market that was down by 26 percent. Despite this decline in the Chinese market, Volvo CE maintained sales in China and reinforced its number 1 position in the Chinese wheel loader and excavator market together with its jointventure partner, SDLG. A further highlight for Volvo CE in the quarter was an 111 percent increase in sales in North America. The company’s net sales during the first three months were driven by favorable demand for construction equipment in most markets outside of China, rising by 17 percent to SEK 17,999 M (SEK 15,422 M in Q1 2011). Volvo Construction Equipment also demonstrated strong profitability during the period, posting a 21 percent increase in operating income to SEK 2,131 M, (SEK 1,755 M) and an operating margin of 11.8 percent, up from 11.4 percent in the same period last year. Both measures of profitability are records for the company in a first quarter, and are attributable to sales price realization, currency effects and internal cost reductions. The value of Volvo CE’s order book on 31st March 2012 also was improved, being 35 percent higher than the previous year. “The strong sales growth and high profitability is a combination of growth in all regions, especially in North America, and our success in achieving sales and profitability is on a par with the preceding year in China, despite the significant weakening of that market,” commented Volvo CE’s President Pat Olney. “Our success in China was due to our continued ability to capture market share, thanks to a strong product portfolio and our efforts to establish stable distribution channels.” Market Situation These results come amid a generally flat total market situation. In Europe and North America the market increased by 16 percent and 35 percent respectively, while South America increased by 3 percent, Asia (excluding China) was up by 24 percent and China decreased by 26 percent. The prospects for the rest of the year remain positive. Europe is expected to grow by 10 to 20 percent, North America by 15 to 25 percent and South America by 0 to 10 percent. Asia (excluding China) is expected to grow by between 0 to 10 percent, while China is forecast to decline by between 15 to 25 percent. Notable Events During the Period Volvo Construction Equipment continued to invest and innovate during the quarter. The company opened a new plant in Linyi, China, that will make SDLG branded equipment, while in Bangalore, India, a new factory was inaugurated to make Volvo excavators, alongside the existing road machinery products already produced at the facility. For more information, visit www.volvoce.com/press.


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Terex Brings London’s Shard to Tallest Height in EU Select Plant Hire has chosen eight Terex luffing jib tower cranes to help construct The Shard, London’s latest iconic landmark for Mace Construction Ltd. This comes as part of the spectacular 3 billion London Bridge Quarter regeneration project on the south bank of the river Thames. Soon to become the tallest building in the European Union, the glass-clad tower designed by the Italian architect Renzo Piano will dominate the London skyline at a height of 1,016 ft. (310 m). Covering an area of approximately 920,000 sq. ft. (85,470 sq m), over 87 floors, it will include a five-star hotel, several bars, restaurants, viewing galleries, luxury apartments and offices for approximately 7,000 people. “Our team is proud to be a part of this amazing project that is using the latest technology available in our tower crane line. At these breathtaking and incredible heights, our sincere thank you to Select Plant Hire and the operators that put their trust in our products” said Steve Filipov, president of developing markets and strategic accounts of Terex. Reporting to Filipov and sharing the experience and forward-thinking spirit gained working with her father Ferruccio, Martina Moritsch, managing director, Terex tower cranes explained, “In addition to the proven capabilities of our products, we believe that the success of today’s most challenging projects is based on the balance between excellent products and working closely with our customers.” Accompanying Customers Daily Is Paramount Since construction started in March 2009, the eight Terex CTL luffing jib tower cranes have worked close together around the tower, allowing rapid progress of the construction. The Shard is effectively a perfect example of how the complex designs of modern architecture are increasing the need for customers to rely on specially tailored solutions and expert advice to accompany their projects on a daily basis from planning to finish. For the Terex Tower Crane Application Engineering Team working with its customer Select, visits to the job site, regular contact and mutual confidence have been paramount to tackle the Shard’s unique challenges. “One of the most tried and trusted solutions applied in today’s high-rise building sector involves the use of reinforced steel ‘ties,’ to anchor cranes to a building’s core.” said Francesco Valente, tower crane application engineering manager, Terex Cranes, Fontanafredda. On mainstream high-rise construction projects, ties are generally of a standard size. However, since it is shaped like a prism, The Shard is very broad at the base, growing substantially narrower towards the summit. This results in an increasingly wider distance between the cranes’ centerline and the building’s core. Consequently, creating a special solution adapted to the tower’s unusual shape and extreme dimensions was necessary in specific crane configurations beyond a certain height. “Select came up with a really impressive ‘Mega-tie’ system,” said Valente. “Built using 20-meter-long lattice steel structures made by an experienced local U.K. engineering team, they needed us to cross verify that it could withstand wind forces and the weight of the crane under load safely.” The first and heaviest crane models used on the project were two Terex CTL 400-24 luffing jib tower cranes configured with 131.2 ft. (40 m) and 164 ft. (50-m) jib lengths to lift prefabricated concrete and steel components weighing up to 21.4 tons (19.5 t). Model one was mounted on a steel cantilever grillage erected to a final height of 610 ft. (186 m). Model two was see SHARD page 80

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House has threatened to veto the measure if it retains the Keystone provision. And there are other points of disagreement between the GOP-controlled House and Democratic-controlled Senate, including how to pay for transportation programs and how much leverage the federal government should have over how states spend their aid money. Transportation Secretary Ray LaHood has said it’s unlikely Congress will pass a final bill until after the November elections. Despite LaHood’s pessimism, lawmakers and transportation lobbyists said they believe prospects are improving for passage of a final bill by June 30, when the government’s authority to spend highway trust fund money expires. The fund, which pays for roads and transit, is forecast to go broke sometime next year. A House-Senate conference committee is scheduled to begin formal negotiations May 8. It has taken Congress years to get this far. Work on a transportation overhaul began before the last long-term transportation bill expired in 2009. The Senate finally passed a $109 billion bill with broad bipartisan support in March. The bill would give

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7 BROOKS SALES FOR CASE SERVICE & SALES The Best Parts & Technicians The Best Parts & Technicians for your Skid Steer & CTL Track Machines are for your Case Skid SteerCase Loaders &Loaders CTL Track Machines at Brooks Sales. They are waiting for you. are at Brooks Sales. They are waiting for you.

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Ring Power Tactical Solutions Division Acquires Rights to The Rook Vehicle Ring Power Corporation Senior Vice President Kevin Robbins announced that Ring Power Tactical Solutions division has acquired The Rook Armored Critical Incident Vehicle from International Defense LLC of Ponte Vedra, Fla. Purchase of The Rook includes all intellectual property rights; design, manufacture, worldwide sales and service of The Rook will now be managed exclusively by Ring Power Tactical Solutions. Recently appointed sales manager of Tactical Solutions, Shaun Mitchell, a Ring Power employee for more than 20 years, will be responsible for all operations pertaining to The Rook. Ring Power Tactical Solutions focuses exclusively on serving the needs of local, state, federal law enforcement and military agencies, specializing in equipment to ensure officer safety during emergency situations. The Rook has been successfully utilized in applications ranging from hostage rescues and riot scenes to nat-

ural disaster relief. The first product line to be carried by Ring Power’s Tactical Solutions business unit, The Rook ACIV is a powerful Caterpillar 287C multi-terrain loader with custom installed NIJ Level IV bullet-proof glass and armor cab reinforcement fabrication. This

defensive equipment is custom designed with easily interchangeable, mission-specific attachments that increase personnel safety in a broad range of tactical operations. For more information, call 904/4947636 or visit ringpower.com/tacticalsolutions.

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SECTION Fog System Design Helps Improve Terex Bid-Well 4800 Paver Pages 33-43

Today’s Terex Bid-Well 4800 bridge paver boasts new features that improve the machine’s flexibility and ease of operation. The new fogging system offers adjustable and removable spray nozzles that make the system even more userfriendly. Located on each side of the paving rollers, at the burlap drag and drag pan, the independently adjustable nozzles can be positioned to direct the fog where it is required to adjust for wind, mix conditions or to certain specifications. New polyethylene tubing eliminates corrosion within the system to improve system uptime, according to the manufacturer. The 4800’s new skewable power crown adjuster can be mounted in-line on a straight paver or positioned on the frame at the skew when contractors are paving decks with a skew angle. This optional system simplifies making crown adjustments when paving at extended machine widths. The power crown adjust allows the operator to make quick crown adjustments on-thefly as the paving carriage reaches the end of the paver. Two new 23 hp (17 kW) evaporative emissions (EVAP) Tier IVcompliant gas engines power the 4800. One engine powers machine function and movement, while the second engine provides dedicated power to the paving carriage for more consistent paving operation. The new engines meet current emissions standards, improve the operating environment around the machine and provide more fuel efficiency than previous engine models.

The 4800’s new skewable power crown adjuster can be mounted in-line on a straight paver or positioned on the frame at the skew when contractors are paving decks with a skew angle.

The Terex Bid-Well 4800 paver displayed at World of Concrete in Las Vegas was equipped with several options that tailor-suit the paver to meet job site conditions. The available 15-in (38.1-cm) Rota-Vibe system on the show machine’s paving carriage is 30 percent larger than the standard system. This provides longer machine advancements, advantageous when paving streets and highways. The paver’s two double-flighted

augers efficiently meter the concrete in front of the paving carriage. Dual, 5-ft. (1.5-m) long paving rollers provide an improved finish to the concrete surface. The paving carriage on display was equipped with the available dual drag pan arrangement, which helps contractors achieve a better concrete seal and enables the pans to drag directly to the side of the slab, according to the manufacturer. The show unit featured two leg options available to paving con-

tractors. By offering zero-clearance paving, the machine’s optional swing leg design gives paving contractors an edge when paving in tight site conditions, such as overlays next to live traffic lanes and new bridge construction adjacent to the existing bridge. An available pivot leg design for the 4800 improves paving efficiency when working on severe cross slopes of 6 to 8 percent. This option allows the leg to be pivoted to a true perpendicular position,

removing stresses on the side rails and eliminating the need for extra shoring. With its 48-in. (122 cm) truss frame depth, the 4800 offers standard paving widths ranging from 36 ft. to in excess of 170 ft. (51.8 m). The 4800 paver display unit was set to a 36-ft. (11.0-m) paving width and was equipped with poly drive bogies for additional traction when paving steep grades. For more information, visit www.terex.com.


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INCREASE YOUR BONUS POTENTIAL. LET’S WORK. You need a partner you can rely on. Volvo Construction Equipment builds high-quality road building equipment backed by knowledgeable industry experts. We understand that reliability and performance help you meet strict specifications, keeping you profitable and helping earn your bonus. Our graders, milling machines, pavers and compactors are engineered to do just that – keep you productive and give you the best shot at increasing your earning potential. Learn how to increase your productivity by contacting a Volvo dealer near you. Visit volvoce.com/na today. COWIN EQUIPMENT CO. INC. Birmingham, AL 205-841-6666 Mobile, AL 251-633-4020 Montgomery, AL 334-262-6642

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

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

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

TAMPA PARTS Riverview, FL 33569 813-621-4902 MIAMI Miami, FL 33166 305-592-5740

ORLANDO Orlando, FL 32804 407-299-1212

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

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

NEW TAMPA Lutz, FL 33559 813-995-0841


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

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Covington, LA 985.893.3005 Baton Rouge, LA 225.291.3750 Sulphur, LA 337.626.8503 Alexandria, LA 318.442.0455 Monroe, LA 318.343.8787 Shreveport, LA 318.631.3090

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Charlotte, NC 704.597.0211

Tuscaloosa, AL 205.752.0621

West Palm Beach, FL 561.296.9710

Perry, FL 850.584.9200

Greensboro, NC 336.668.2762

Panama City, FL 850.763.4654

Miami, FL 877.971.7070

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Alabaster, AL 205.621.2489

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Braselton, GA 770.965.1889 Columbus, GA 706.687.3344 Macon, GA 478.788.1586

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Asphalt Pavement Alliance Announces 2011 Perpetual Pavement Award Winners The Asphalt Pavement Alliance has announced the winners of its 2011 Perpetual Pavement Awards program. These national awards are given to road-owning agencies for asphalt pavements that are at least 35 years old and have never had a structural failure. The average interval between resurfacing of each winning pavement must be no less than 13 years, and the road must demonstrate excellence in design, quality in construction and value for the traveling public. Engineers at the National Center for Asphalt Technology (NCAT) evaluated the nominations for the Perpetual Pavement Award, and a panel of industry experts validated the winners. They are: • The Alabama Department of Transportation for an 8.5mi. (13.6 km) section of state Route 17 in Washington County • The Florida State Department of Transportation for a 13.2-mi. (21.2 km) section of state Route 997 in MiamiDade County • The Kentucky Transportation Cabinet for a 6.6 mi. (10.6 km) section of Hal Rogers Parkway in Leslie County • The Minnesota Department of Transportation for a 16.7mi. (26.8 km) section of U.S. Trunk Highway 71 in Stearns and Todd Counties • The Pennsylvania Department of Transportation for a 2.7-mi. (4.3 km) section of state Route 210 in Armstrong County

A perpetual pavement is constructed so that distress occurs in the top layer only. The only rehabilitation required is the removal of the distressed surface layer and resurfacing with an asphalt overlay. Using current pavement technologies this can be done on an infrequent basis — every 15 to 20 years. The reclaimed material is then recycled, making perpetual pavement the ultimate in sustainable design and construction. “One of the keys to sustainability is long life,” said Michael J. Kvach, executive director of the Asphalt Pavement Alliance. “Asphalt roads can be engineered to last indefinitely with only routine maintenance and periodic surface renewal. The advantages of these perpetual pavements are significant. Life cycle costs are lower because deep pavement repairs and reconstruction are avoided. User delays are reduced because minor surface rehabilitation requires shorter work windows and can avoid peak traffic hours. And the environment benefits because minimal rehabilitation, combined with recycling any materials that are removed from the pavement surface, reduces the amount of material resources over the pavement’s life.” Each of the winners will receive an engraved crystal obelisk, and their names and the names of the projects will be added to a permanent plaque that is kept at NCAT. Eighty pavements have received the Perpetual Pavement Award since the awards program began in 2001. For more information, visit www.asphaltroads.org.

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

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

RISH EQUIPMENT COMPANY www.rish.com 917 Cavalier Blvd. Chesapeake, VA 23323 (757) 485-2100 (757) 485-3616

133 Wise Mountain Rd. NW Coeburn, VA 24230 (276) 395-6901 Fax: (276) 395-3438 10214 Fayetteville Rd. Bealton, VA 22712 (540) 439-0668 Fax: (540) 439-0719

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1410 West Hundred Rd. Chester, VA 23836 (804) 748-6411

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.

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TRACTOR & EQUIPMENT COMPANY 5336 Messer-Airport Hwy Birmingham, AL (205) 591-2131 3820 Greensboro Ave. Tuscaloosa, AL (205) 752-0621 2100 East I-65 Service Rd. North Mobile, AL (251) 457-8991 800 Church St. N.E. Decatur, AL (256) 355-0305 3285 Selma Highway Montgomery, AL (334) 288-6580 243 South Jackson St. Grove Hill, AL (251) 275-4158 961 Hwy 20 & Elledge Lane Tuscumbia, AL (256) 383-5666 4307 Reeves Street Highway 431 North Dothan, AL (334) 678-1832 309 Hamric Drive West Oxford, AL (256) 831-2440 150 Piper Lane Alabaster, AL (205) 621-2489 3305 Highway 77 Panama City, FL (850) 763-4654 9036 Pine Forest Rd. Pensacola, FL (850) 505-0550


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3517 Wayne White Rd., Climax, NC 27233

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jfwequip@aol.com www.jfwequipment.com 1999 Blaw Knox PF 3200 Paver, Omni IIIA screed 10-18’, power crown & slope, Cummins diesel engine, plumbed for grade & slope, smoke eater w/o stack, washdown hose & reel

2002 Midland SPD-8 Road Widener, J.D. diesel engine, dual discharge, 203’ hyd. Extension, plus 2’ & 1’ pieces, 1563 hrs

2005 Ingersoll Rand DD132HF Roller, Cummins diesel engine, 84” double drum high frequency vibratory, water system, canopy

2005 Lull 644E42 Forklift, 42’ Reach, hydrostatic drive, 4 wd, 4 wheel steer, OROPS, 6000 lbs lifting capacity

1984 Etnyre K Chip Spreader, 10’ spread hopper, 5 spd manual transmission

2011 Marathon TPS 250T Tack Distributor, trailer mounted, Honda 5.5hp gas engine, 10GPM pumping system, 250 gallon capacity, 5’ spray wand w/40’ hose, 10” filler lid, hose reel, electric brakes

2011 Marathon HEPR36 Walk Behind Infrared Heater, 3’x3’, 360,000 BTU

2010 Marathon CR300K Pavement Crack Router, 30 hp Kohler gas engine, 1 set of carbide tipped router blade, dual element air cleaning system with pre-cleaner

2009 Marathon KERA145HD Rubberized Melting Kettle for Crack Sealing & Waterproofing, 145 gallon, 26hp diesel engine, diesel burner, heated hose, 80cfm air compressor

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Tuscaloosa, A 205-752-0621

Dothan, AL 334-678-1832

Montgomery, AL 334-288-6580

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Oxford, AL 256-831-2440

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Birmingham, AL 2238 Pinson Valley Parkway Birmingham, AL 35217 205-841-6666 205-849-0853 (Fax)

COWIN EQUIPMENT CO. Montgomery, AL 3120 Old Hayneville Road Montgomery, AL 36108 334-262-6642 334-834-2272 (Fax)

Oxford, AL 1501 Highway 78 East Oxford, AL 36203 256-832-5053 256-831-4295 (Fax)

Mobile, AL 23 Schillinger Road North Mobile, AL 36608 251-633-4020 251-633-9157 (Fax)

Huntsville, AL 15101 Alabama Highway 20 Madison, AL 35756 256-350-0006 256-355-5250 (Fax)

Pensacola, FL 7950 Pittman Avenue Pensacola, FL 32534 850-479-3004 850-474-1602 (Fax)

TRACTOR & EQUIPMENT COMPANY www.tractor-equipment.com 5732 Frontage Road 1502 Box Road 1815 West Oakridge Drive Forest Park, Georgia 30297 Columbus, Georgia 31907 Albany, Georgia 31707 404-366-0693 706-562-1801 229-435-0982 404-366-9688 (Fax) 706-562-9897 (Fax) 229-435-5259 (Fax) 160 Robinson Road NW Calhoun, Georgia 30701 706-879-6200 2314 Highway 53 Hoschton, Georgia 30548 706-654-9850 706-654-9856 (Fax)

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3809 Mike Padgett Highway Augusta, Georgia 30906 706-798-7777 706-798-3237 (Fax)

1355 Big Shanty Road Kennesaw, Georgia 30144 678-354-5533 678-354-5577 (Fax)


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LiuGong Loader, Excavator Shine at Eagle Recycling Just on the outskirts of New York City is the town of North Bergen, N.J. the home of Eagle Recycling. Unless one’s property borders the vast construction and demolition recycling center or works there, it would be very easy to drive through North Bergen and not even know the company existed. While this might be detrimental to many businesses, for Eagle Recycling it’s a feather in its cap. “To run a recycling center for construction and demolition debris and not have large dust plumes and noise drawing negative attention to the facility is something we take great pride in,” said Anthony Marangi, general manager of Eagle Recycling. Eagle Recycling was established in 2003 by Nicholas Marangi, whose vision for the company was for it to become New Jersey’s premier and greenest construction and demolition recycling center. Today that vision is carried out by his cousin Anthony Marangi and long time operations manager Silvio Cejas. When the company incorporated in 2003, it began renting its current facility located at 4711 Dell Ave. in North Bergen. Prior to Eagle’s acquisition of the building, it was used as a municipal recycling center, which primarily processed household waste. Since that time the facility has been completely reconfigured to suit the efficient processing of dry construction and demolition debris such as wood, concrete, cardboard, drywall, tires, metal, plastic, construction and demolition fine and various types of wire and cable. “One of our biggest challenges when starting out in 2003 was determining how to be the most efficient in the processing of the various debris brought to our facility from the time it’s weighed in at the scale, to where and how its dumped,

Eagle Recycling managers stand in front of their 856III LiuGong wheel loader.

processed and of course recycled,” said Cejas. “Efficiency is an ongoing concern. We constantly assess our plant set-up, equipment and employees to ensure we are being efficient in our day-to-day operations. Small changes in efficiency allow us to provide our customers with competitive dumping rates, move more material through our facility and of course to recycle more.” Eagle Recycling is currently permitted to process up to 1,000 tons (907 t) of construction and demolition debris per day. In order to reach that level of throughput, the company employs more than 50 people and runs two shifts, six days a week. “It’s a challenge to process nearly 1,000 tons per day,”

said Marangi. “In order to continually maximize production, everything about our operation needs to remain in good working order, especially the equipment. Over the years we’ve owned many brands and types of equipment. If it works we’re advocates, if we have issues, we quickly get a replacement, because downtime translates into huge losses for our business.” A variety of equipment is worked hard at Eagle Recycling, usually 15-16 hours per day from excavators, wheel loaders, skid steers and fork trucks to water trucks and street sweepers. That level of rigorous use along with the harsh environment in which the machinery works has Eagle on the market for new equipment on an ongoing basis. Bill Sheehan, a sales representative of Jersey Rents, found this out late one Friday afternoon when he stopped in on a random sales call. “When I pulled into the Eagle parking lot, they were pretty much closing up for the week. I caught a glimpse of a wheel loader in action through the opening of a door and began asking about its use and lifecycle. That’s when I learned the current machine was five years old and in need of replacement, subsequently introducing Eagle to the name LiuGong.” “When Bill first started talking to us about LiuGong, my initial reaction was absolutely not. I didn’t want to risk production by taking on a relatively unknown brand of equipment. As he continued to talk, he mentioned that LiuGong wheel loaders were powered by Cummins engines, had ZF transmissions and that the company manufactures and ships over 50,000 units globally per year of their wheel loaders see EAGLE page 54

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Company Focused on Being Green Way Ahead of Others EAGLE from page 52

the state of New Jersey by achieving a higher percentalone. That’s when my ears perked age of recycling and improvup. The knowledge that LiuGong ing throughput with cutting had partnerships with well-estabedge systems and processes. lished suppliers gave me the confiIt’s a logistically challenging dence necessary to continue the business, but the passion of conversation,” said Cejas. our team of loyal employees Of course a little name dropping will help us continue the alone was not going to make the growth and success of the sale on LiuGong’s 856III wheel company,” said Marangi. loader. It had to be demoed, but Eagle Recycling is a full more importantly it had to produce in the harsh work environment A variety of equipment is worked hard at Eagle Eagle Recycling is a full service, indoor con- service, indoor construction where it would soon spend its 16 Recycling, usually 15-16 hours per day from excava- struction and demolition recycling facility locat- and demolition recycling facility located in North hour days. The demo is what sold tors, wheel loaders, skid steers and ed in North Bergen, N.J. Bergen, N.J. The company Eagle on the LiuGong wheel loader. fork trucks to water trucks and processes and recycles a “When Jersey Rents delivered street sweepers. to the facility, the excava- myriad of dry construction debris, loading the LiuGong 856III wheel loader, tor’s main use would be up to six rail cars of debris daily. By loading we were all still a bit skeptical,” said ty,” said Sheehan. “Once they atop the large, uneven piles rail cars directly on site, the company signifMarangi. “Then we put one of our employ- learned that LiuGong not only of debris, picking and load- icantly reduces its carbon footprint and ees into the operating seat and had him load, had a U.S. headquarters in ing material with its grap- increases the speed and efficiency at which push and climb the substantial and changing Houston, Texas, but nine addiple attachment onto con- materials can be recycled. The materials construction debris dumped by contractors tional subsidiary locations and veyors extending longer loaded into the rail cars are shipped to landthroughout the day into the facility with it. It parts depots strategically than a football field in fills as far as 550 mi. away. Nearly 70 perwas a jaw dropping moment as we watched located throughout the world length to start the sorting cent of the construction debris dumped at the this new machine and its 220 horsepower, 6- to keep their customers’ and recycling process or Eagle facility is recycled. Eagle Recycling is cyclinder engine push twice the amount of machines up and running, the directly into rail cars for a member of the U.S. Green Building material as our prior loader without stop- 856III was sold. What started transport to landfills. Council and recently received an award for ping. The power was phenomenal and the out as a demo machine, stayed “One of our biggest con- its Environmental Stewardship from The Eagle Recycling is cur856III quickly became the primary work- on the job and continues to rently permitted to siderations when selecting New Jersey Department of Environmental horse of our operation. It climbed piles of work 16 hours each day.” process up to 1,000 tons the new excavator was Protection for voluntarily and proactively “To say we are pleased with uneven debris effortlessly and didn’t flinch (907 t) of construction when quickly pushing or moving heavy this machine is an understate- and demolition debris per how quickly it could load a going above and beyond compliance in an said Marangi. day. In order to reach rail car,” said Cejas. “The effort to improve the environment and loads with its standard 4.58 cubic yard buck- ment,” et. When it was time to refuel, we became “Everything about it suits our that level of throughput, LiuGong excavator we ensure a sustainable future. For more information on Eagle Recycling even more pleased with the LiuGong 856III operation perfectly. Not only the company employs demoed had extremely loader. The ease of access to the fuel tank is it a workhorse designed for more than 50 people and quick cycle times, an of New Jersey, call 201/974-2962. Jersey Rents is a diversified distributor of allowed us to fill up and get back to work the toughest of environments, runs two shifts, six days incredibly responsive 9 rpm swing, powerful 4,685 construction equipment and an authorized but it’s also an exceptional a week. very quickly.” psi main hydraulic pres- LiuGong dealer in the states of New York Because of the changing temperatures in value. The LiuGong 856III New Jersey throughout the year and the lim- comes standard with a variety of equipment sure with a 148 gallon per minute pump, 70 and New Jersey. Specializing in the sale of ited air circulation inside the Eagle that is optional on competitive model percent gradability for climbing and a superb new, used and rental equipment, the compaRecycling facility, the company has full time machines. A standard reversible fan, was of counterweight for exceptional balance and ny offers a variety of equipment lines as well mechanics on staff ready to maintain or particular interest to us. With the variety of stability when working atop large piles of as a full service department at each of its two repair equipment immediately when a fail- materials handled daily, from large trees to debris. From a maintenance perspective we locations in Bayville, N.J. and Staten Island, small debris that get airborne, the radiators were happy to see its air intake filter on top N.Y. It also offers onsite equipment service ure occurs. “Ultimately, our goal is to have equipment on our equipment fill up quickly and fre- versus on the side of the machine, making it and repair. For more information on Jersey Rents, that doesn’t break,” said Cejas. “But the real- quently, so a reversible fan is a must or else easier to access and less susceptible to damity is that because we work our equipment we constantly have to stop and clean out the age. The LiuGong 936D quickly became call 732/361-4487 or visit www.jerhard and for long hours from the day we pur- radiator or risk it overheating. The fan on the one of the primary pieces of equipment used seyrents.com. in our daily operation, handling the work of LiuGong Construction Machinery has chase it until the day it has 25,000+ hours on 856III does that work for us.” 3 smaller excavators.” been producing construction equipment for Marangi couldn’t help but take notice its meter, eventually something is going to With only nine years in business, Eagle more than 50 years and is growing globally. need to be repaired. Therefore we look very when his employees got excited about the Recycling is a relatively new, but growing LiuGong produces more than 50,000 wheel closely at ease of access for maintenance company’s new LiuGong loader. loaders a year, making the company the “Our guys are quick to complain when company. purposes and of course have to know that “When my cousin incorporated this busilargest manufacturer of wheel loaders in the they don’t like the equipment we’ve purparts are readily available when the need chased or are unhappy with a machine’s per- ness in 2003, he had a great vision, but was world. LiuGong currently offers wheel loadarises.” Once the LiuGong 856III loader proved formance, so I knew we were onto some- perhaps a little ahead of his time with his ers, excavators, mini-excavators, backhoe emphasis on going green. Today, we’re see- loaders, skid-steer loaders and vibratory soil itself on the job, the only lingering concern thing with LiuGong.” ing more and more stress placed on the compactors to the North American Market. When Eagle began shopping for a Eagle had was in relation to the availability replacement excavator 90 days later, it called importance of recycling, particularly as it LiuGong North America is a member of of parts. “With downtime being so critical to their Jersey Rents to learn more about LiuGong’s relates to construction and demolition debris. AED, AEM and NUCA. For more information about LiuGong call operation and LiuGong’s worldwide head- 936D to see if that too would be a good fit I have a steadfast resolve to fulfill his vision 281/579-8882 or visit and make Eagle Recycling the best confor its operation. While the 856III’s primary quarters being in Liuzhou, China, there was some worry with regards to parts availabili- function is to push and load debris delivered struction and demolition recycling facility in www.LiuGongNA.com.


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The DL450 horsepower has been increased to 354 (264 kW) with a 6cylinder water-cooled diesel engine that has been optimized for use with selective catalyst reduction (SCR) and diesel exhaust fluid (DEF) to comply with iT4 emission regulations.

navigate tough terrain. The differential may be locked manually or automatically, based on ground conditions. Another common option for the DL450 is a torque converter lockup clutch. This enables the machine to climb grades easier and faster, increasing productivity as much as 20 percent in certain stockpiling applications. The operator can set upper and lower limits for both the lift arm and bucket stop positions from inside the cab. This provides improved control of the lift arm and bucket positions and is particularly useful when setting return-to-dig positions for the lift arm and bucket, which reduces cycle times in digging and loading applications. Comfort The DL450 is now equipped with optional electric steering to decrease operator fatigue during repetitive cycle operations on the job site. A joystick has been added to the left armrest that allows the operator to control the directional movement without having to use the steering wheel. A new door makes getting in and out of Doosan wheel loaders — and cleaning the inside of the cab — much easier. Interior cabin improvements also include a number of multi-function display panel upgrades on a centralized monitor that allows the operator to view comprehensive machine system information. The centralized monitor

displays critical machine information — such as engine rpm, engine coolant temperature, fuel level, DEF level, machine warnings, time and the transmission selected gear. A key exterior cabin improvement is lowered front side glass providing improved visibility of operations. Reliability More new options for Doosan wheel loaders include a diesel coolant heater to improve starting in cold weather or a block heater that warms the engine coolant before engine startup with an electrical heater. Service intervals on the front lift arm pins have increased 500 percent from 50 to 250 hours, reducing operating costs and downtime. Tilt cylinder hydraulic hoses have been rerouted for improved hose reliability, better hose movement and improved visibility to the attachment. The DL450 — like every new Doosan machine — is covered by a 48 hour parts guarantee. The program guarantees that if a “machine-debilitating” part is needed, Doosan will deliver it directly to the end user within two business days or Doosan will pay for a replacement machine rental. The 48 hour parts guarantee is subject to carrier delivery restrictions and/or governmental agency delays. For more information, visit www.doosanequipment.com.

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CASE 21E 121E 221E 321E 521E 621E 721E 821E 921E 1021F 1121F 1221E

ENGINE TYPE

Four-Stroke Four-Stroke Four-Stroke Four-Stroke arged Four-Stroke Turboch arged Four-Stroke Turboch arged Four-Stroke Turboch arged ch rbo Tu e ok Str urFo arged ch rbo Tu e ok Str Fourarged ch rbo Tu e Four-Strok arged Four-Stroke Turboch ed arg Four-Stroke Turboch

LIUGONG 816G Z-Bar CLG816G 835III Tool Carrier CLG842III 842III Tool Carrier CLG856III CLG877III CLG888III

Yanmar 4TNV98 LYS Yanmar 4TNV98-ZP Cummins QSB 6.7 Cummins QSB 6.7 Cummins QSB 6.7 Cummins QSB 6.7 Cummins QSM 11 Cummins QSM 11

CATERPILLAR 906H 907H 908H 914G2 IT14G 924H 924Hz 924K 928Hz 930H 930K 938K 938H/IT38H 950H 950K ge 950K Power Packa 962H 962K 966H 966K 972H 972K 980H 980K IT62H 988H 990H 992K 993K 994F

Cat C3.4 Cat C3.4 Cat C3.4 Cat C4.4 Electronic Cat C4.4 Electronic Cat C6.6 Cat C6.6 Cat C6.6 ACERT Cat C6.6 Cat C6.6 Cat C6.6 ACERT Cat C6.6 ACERT Cat C6.6 ACERT Cat C7 ACERT Cat C7.1 ACERT Cat C7.1 ACERT Cat C7 ACERT Cat C7 ACERT Cat C11 ACERT Cat C11 ACERT Cat C13 ACERT Cat C9.3 ACERT Cat C15 ACERT Cat C13 ACERT Cat C7 ACERT Cat C18 ACERT T Cat C27 MEUI ACER T ER AC 2 C3 t Ca Cat C32 ACERT Cat 3516 HD EUI

OPERATING WEIGHT LBS. (KG)

ENGINE POWER HP (KW)

10,173 (4,615) 10,849 (4,921) 11,947 (5,419) 12,676 (5,750) 23,069 (10,463) 26,641 (12,084) 31,510 (14,293) 38,875 (17,633) 43,778 (19,857) 53,791 (24,399) 59,578 (27,024) 66,930 (30,360)

50 (38) 60 (45) 69 (51) 77 (57) 118 (88) 151 (121) 179 (133) 211 (157) 242 (180) 296 (221) 320 (239) 320 (239)

12,340 (5,597) 12,340 (5,597) 29,983 (13,600) 33,601 (15,241) 34,923 (15,841) 40,345 (18,300) 56,438 (25,600) 66,139 (30,000)

67.3 (50.2) 64.1 (47.8) 157 (116) 193 (144) 193 (144) 220 (164) 290 (216) 350 (260)

70 (52) 70 (52) 79 (59) 95 (71) 95 (71) 128 (95) 128 (95) 141 (105) 149 (111) 149 (111) 154 (115) 169 (126) 180 (134) 197 (146) 211 (158) 221 (165) 211 (158) 221 (165) 262 (195) 267 (199) 287 (214) 288 (215) 349 (260) 369 (275) 211 (158) 501 (373) 627 (468) 814 (607) 950 (708) 1,463 (1,092)

12,412 (5,630) 12,809 (5,810) 14,253 (6,465) 17,530 (7,950) 18,632 (8,451) 25,644 (11,631) 24,180 (10,968) 28,360 (12,863) 27,699 (12,564) 28,725 (13,029) 30,479 (13,948) 35,104 (15,923) 33,190 (15,059) 40,435 (18,341) 42,811 (18,341) 44,064 (19,987) 42,700 (19,368) 45,055 (20,437) 52,254 (23,693) 53,311 (24,181) 55,451 (25,152) 57,770 (26,204) 67,294 (30,524) 68,862 (31,235) 42,770 (19,400) 110,549 (50,144) 171,642 (77,842) 220,089 (99,830) 294,800 (133,637) 430,858 (195,433)

MAX DUMP HEIGHT FT. (M)

BUCKET CAPACITY CU. YD. (CU M)

8.3 (2.5) 8.5 (2.6) 8.6 (2.6) 8.8 (2.7) 9 (2.7) 9.5 (2.9) 9.7 (2.9) 10.0 (3.0) 9.8 (3.0) 10.3 (3.1) 11.0 (3.4) 11.9 (3.6)

1.05 (0.8) 1.18 (0.9) 1.31 (1.0) 1.44 (1.1) 2.60 (2.0) 2.50 (1.9) 3.25 (2.5) 4.25 (3.2) 4.75 (3.6) 5.50 (4.2) 6.25 (4.8) 6.3 (4.8)

7.9 (2.4) 7.9 (2.4) 9.6 (2.9) 9.8 (3) 9.3 (2.8) 9.8 (3.0) 10.5 (3.2) 10.9 (3.3)

1.0 (0.76) 1.0 (0.76) 2.5 (1.9) 3.5 (2.7) 3.0 (2.3) 4.6 (3.5) 5.5 (4.2) 6.8 (5.2)

1.2 (0.9) 1.3 (1.0) 1.4 (1.1) 1.7 (1.3) 1.7 (1.3) ) 2.2 to 3.6 (1.7 to 2.8 ) 2.1 to 7 (1. 2.7 to 2.2 ) 5.0 to 9 (1. 6.5 2.5 to ) 2.6 to 3.0 (2.0 to 2.3 ) 2.6 to 6.5 (2.1 to 5.0 ) 5.0 to 1 (2. 6.5 to 2.7 ) 5.0 to 5 (2. 6.5 3.2 to 4 (3.1) 4.5 (3.5) ) 3.3 to 12 (2.5 to 9.2 ) 9.2 to 5 (2. 12 3.3 to 5.0 (3.8) ) 3.3 to 12 (2.5 to 9.2 5.5 (4.2) ) 3.3 to 12 (2.5 to 9.2 6.0 (4.6) ) 3.8 to 13 (2.9 to 9.9 8.0 (6.1) .2) 5.3 to 16 (4.1 to 12 5.5 (4.2) 10.0 (7.6) ) 11 to 12 (8.4 to 9.2 16.0 (12.2) 31.0 (23.7) 47.0 (36.0)

7.8 (2.4) 7.8 (2.4) 8.3 (2.5) 8.8 (2.7) 8.8 (2.7) 9.3 (2.8) 9.1 (2.8) 9.4 (2.9) 9.5 (2.9) 9.6 (2.9) 9.3 (2.8) 9.3 (2.8) 8.4 (2.6) 13.1 (4.0) 13.1 (4.0) 13.1 (4.0) 13.1 (4.0) 13.1 (4.0) 13.8 (4.2) 13.8 (4.2) 14.7 (4.5) 14.7 (4.5) 15.6 (4.7) 15.6 (4.7) 13.1 (4.0) 19.2 (5.9) 19.2 (5.9) 22.7 (6.9) 23.0 (7.0) 26.7 (8.2)

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ENGINE TYPE

MODEL

CORE DOOSAN INFRA DL200 DL220 DL250 DL300 DL350 (iT4) DL420 (iT4) DL450 (iT4) DL500 DL200TC DL250TC DL200HL DL250HL DL300HL DL420HL DL500

JCB 406B 409B 411 HT 416 HT 426 HT 426 ZX 436 HT 436 ZX 456 HT 456 ZX

KAWASAKI 42ZV-2 45ZV-2 50ZV 60ZV-2 65ZV-2 65TMV-2 70ZV-2 70TMV-2 80ZV-2 85ZV-2 90ZV-2 92ZV-2 95ZV-2 115ZV-2 135ZV

Doosan DL06 Doosan DL06 Doosan DL06 Doosan DL08 Scania DC09 Scania DC13 Scania DC13 Cummins QSM11 Doosan DL06 Doosan DL06 Doosan DL06 Doosan DL06 Doosan DL08 Scania DC13 Cummins QSM11

Deutz Deutz JCB Diesel JCB Diesel Cummins Diesel Cummins Diesel Cummins Diesel Cummins Diesel Cummins Diesel Cummins Diesel

I Kubota V2403-M-D Kubota V3307-DI-T Cummins B4.5T Cummins QSB4.5 Isuzu 4HK1X Isuzu 4HK1X Cummins QSB6.7 Cummins QSB6.7 Cummins QSC8.3 Cummins QSC8.3 Cummins QSM11 Cummins QSM11 Cummins QSX15 Cummins QSK19 Cummins QST30

ENGINE POWER HP (KW)

25,851 (11,300) 27,205 (12,340) 31,085 (14,100) 38,493 (17,460) 43,762 (19,850) 50,900 (23,088) 56,526 (25,639) 66,017 (29,945) 25,708 (11,661) 32,243 (14,128) 26,323 (11,940) 32,108 (14,564) 39,084 (17,728) 52,030 (23,600) 66,359 (30,100)

143 (107) 148 (110) 162 (121) 217 (162) 271 (202) 354 (264) 354 (264) 335 (250) 143 (107) 162 (121) 143 (107) 162 (121) 217 (162) 354 (264) 335 (250)

10,870 (4,934) 12,830 (5,820) 18,636 (8,453) 20,911 (9,485) 29,558 (13,407) 29,255 (13,270) 32,972 (14,956) 33,888 (15,302) 44,255 (20,074) 43,634 (19,790)

58 (43) 72 (54) 93 (69) 121 (90) 152 (113) 152 (113) 165 (123) 165 (123) 208 (155) 208 (155)

9,250 (4,196) 12,220 (5,543) 17,500 (7,938) 19,975 (9,060) 25,580 (11,600) 26,960 (12,230) 31,437 (14,259) 35,566 (16,100) 39,308 (17,800) 46,275 (20,989) 51,257 (23,250) 58,025 (26,320) 68,166 (30,919) 104,450 (47,300) 176,200 (79,900)

45 (34) 61 (45) 96 (72) 122 (91) 149 (111) 149 (111) 174 (130) 174 (130) 198 (148) 224 (167) 271 (202) 284 (212) 348 (260) 463 (345) 720 (537)

TEREX TL60 TL65 TL80 TL100 TL120 TL160 TL210 TL260 TL310

OPERATING WEIGHT LBS. (KG)

Deutz Deutz Deutz Deutz Perkins Perkins Cummins Perkins Cummins

50 (37) 50 (37) 59 (44) 75 (56) 83 (63) 100 (75) 162 (119) 175 (130) 199 (149)

8,598 (3,900) 9,040 (4,100) 11,240 (5,100) 13,230 (6,001) 15,656 (7,101) 20,283 (9,200) 27,558 (12,500) 32,855 (14,903) 38,800 (17,600)

MAX DUMP HEIGHT FT. (M)

BUCKET CAPACITY CU. YD. (CU M)

9.2 (2.7) 9.3 (2.8) 9.3 (2.8) 9.5 (2.8) 10.0 (3.0) 10.0 (3.0) 10.8 (3.2) 10.7 (3.2) 8.9 (2.7) 8.7 (2.6) 10.8 (3.3) 10.3 (3.1) 11.3 (3.4) 11.8 (3.6) 12.7 (3.9)

2.6 (2.0) 3.0 (2.3) 3.3 (2.6) 4.2 (3.2) 4.8 (3.6) 5.5 (4.2) 6.3 (4.8) 6.8 (5.2) 2.6 (2.0) 3.4 (2.6) 2.6 (2.0) 3.4 (2.6) 3.7 (2.9) 5.4 (4.1) 6.8 (5.2)

8.2 (2.5) 8.6 (2.6) 8.6 (2.6) 8.8 (2.7) 9.3 (2.8) 9.6 (2.9) 9.5 (2.9) 9.5 (2.9) 10.0 (3.0) 9.3 (2.8)

1.0 (0.8) 1.3 (1.0) 1.6 (1.2) 2.2 (1.7) 3.1 (2.4) 2.8 (2.1) 3.5 (2.7) 3.5 (2.7) 4.3 (3.3) 4.6 (3.5)

0.8 (0.6) 1.2 (0.9) 1.8 (1.4) 2.2 (1.7) 3.0 (2.3) 2.5 (2.1) 3.5 (2.7) 3.4 (2.7) 4.2 (3.2) 4.8 (3.7) 5.2 (3.9) 6.0 (4.6) 7.0 (5.3) 8.3 (6.3) 12.8 (9.7)

) 0.65 to 1.3 (0.5 to 1.0 ) 0.65 to 1.3 (0.5 to 1.0 ) 1.0 to 1.6 (0.8 to 1.2 5) 1.1 to 2.0 (0.85 to 1.5 ) 1.1 to 2.4 (0.85 to 1.8 ) 2.0 to 4.0 (1.5 to 3.0 3.5) 2.62 to 4.58 (2.0 to ) 4.5 to 5 (2. 6.0 to 3.3 ) 3.92 to 8.5 (3.0 to 6.5

10.3 (3.1) 10.3 (3.1) 11.5 (3.5) 11.8 (3.6) 12.4 (3.8) 13.0 (4.0) 12.8 (3.9) 13.8 (4.2) 13.4 (4.1) 14.0 (4.3) 14.3 (4.4) 14.8 (4.5) 14.8 (4.5) 16.4 (5.0) 19.8 (6.0)

8.2 (2.52) 8.2 (2.52) 8.3 (2.55) 8.6 (2.64) 9 (2.75) 9.6 (2.93) 9.11 (3.01) 9.3 (2.85) 10.1 (3.07)

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ENGINE TYPE

MODEL

JOHN DEERE 244J 324J 344J 444K Z-Bar 444K High Lift 444K Powerllel 524K Z-Bar 524K High Lift 524K Waste Handler 544K Z-Bar 544K High Lift 544K Waste Handler 544K Powerllel 624K Z-Bar 624K High Lift 624K Waste Handler 624K Powerllel 624K Tool Carrier 644K Z-Bar 644K High Lift 644K Waste Handler 644K Powerllel 724K Z-Bar 724K High Lift 724K Waste Handler 744K Z-Bar 744K High Lift 744K Waste Handler 824K Z-Bar 824K High Lift 844K II Z-Bar

Deere 4024T Deere 5030T Deere 4045T Deere 4045H Deere 4045H Deere 4045H Deere 6068H Deere 6068H Deere 6068H Deere 6068H Deere 6068H Deere 6068H Deere 6068H Deere 6068H Deere 6068H Deere 6068H Deere 6068H Deere 6068H Deere PVX 6090 Deere PVX 6090 Deere PVX 6090 Deere PVX 6090 Deere PVX 6092 Deere PVX 6091 Deere PVX 6091 Deere PSX 6090 Deere PSX 6091 Deere PSX 6091 Deere 6135H Deere 6135H Deere 6135H

HYUNDAI HL730-9 HL730XTD-9 HL730TM-9 HL740-9 HL740XTD-9 HL740TM-9 HL757-9 HL757XTD-9 HL757TM-9 HL760-9 HL760XTD-9 HL770-9 HL770XTD-9 HL780-9 HL780XTD-9

LIEBHERR L 524 2plus1 L 528 2plus1 L 538 2plus1 L 542 2plus1 L 550 2plus2 L 556 2plus2 L 566 2plus2 L 580 2plus2 L 586 2plus2

Cummins QSB4.5 Cummins QSB4.5 Cummins QSB4.5 Cummins QSB6.7 Cummins QSB6.7 Cummins QSB6.7 Cummins QSB6.7 Cummins QSB6.7 Cummins QSB6.7 Cummins QSB6.7 Cummins QSB6.7 Cummins QSL Cummins QSL Cummins QSM11 Cummins QSM11

286 Liebherr D 4045 HF 286 HF 45 40 D err bh Lie A6 S 4 93 D err Liebh Liebherr D 934 S A6 Liebherr D 934 S A6 Liebherr D 934 S A6 Liebherr D 936L A6 Liebherr D 936L A6 Liebherr D 936L A6

ENGINE POWER HP (KW)

OPERATING WEIGHT LBS. (KG)

59 (44) 73 (54) 98 (73) 117 (87) 117 (87) 117 (87) 128 (95) 128 (95) 128 (95) 145 (108) 145 (108) 145 (108) 145 (108) 170 (127) 170 (127) 170 (127) 170 (127) 170 (127) 199 (148) 199 (148) 199 (148) 199 (148) 223 (166) 223 (166) 223 (166) 265 (198) 288 (215) 288 (215) 293 (218) 293 (218) 380 (283)

11,552 (5,240) 13,404 (6,080) 18,408 (8,350) 24,372 (11,055) 24,621 (11,168) 26,619 (12,074) 27,077 (12,282) 27,500 (12,474) 33,887 (15,371) 28,263 (12,820) 28,426 (12,894) 35,408 (16,061) 29,687 (13,466) 33,477 (15,185) 33,773 (15,319) 39,254 (17,805) 36,275 (16,454) 34,169 (15,499) 40,406 (18,328) 41,215 (18,695) 48,142 (21,837) 44,005 (19,960) 42,457 (19,258) 42,947 (19,480) 50,288 (22,810) 53,674 (24,346) 54,889 (24,897) 65,049 (27,238) 57,783 (26,210) 58,618 (26,589) 75,292 (34,152)

125 (93) 125 (93) 125 (93) 145 (108) 145 (108) 145 (108) 173 (129) 173 (129) 173 (129) 215 (160) 215 (160) 280 (209) 280 (209) 348 (259) 348 (259)

21,600 (9,800) 22,050 (10,000) 22,500 (10,200) 26,460 (12,002) 27,100 (12,292) 27,780 (12,601) 32,000 (14,515) 33,000 (14,969) 33,070 (13,640) 39,460 (17,899) 41,230 (18,702) 50,930 (23,102) 52,580 (23,850) 66,100 (29,983) 67,900 (30,799)

115 (86) 115 (86) 141 (105) 141 (105) 173 (129) 188 (140) 255 (190) 268 (200) 335 (250)

23,370 (10,600) 24,470 (11,099) 28,120 (12,755) 29,370 (13,322) 36,430 (16,524) 38,070 (17,268) 49,600 (22,498) 54,190 (24,580) 69,180 (31,380)

1.0 (0.8) 1.4 (1.1) 2.0 (1.5) 2.5 (1.9) 2.5 (1.9) 2.0 (1.5) 2.75 (2.1) 2.75 (2.1) 4.0 (3.1) 3.0 (2.3) 3.0 (2.3) 5.0 (3.8) 2.5 (1.9) 3.5 (2.7) 3.5 (2.7) 6.0 (4.5) 3.0 (2.3) 3.5 (2.7) 4.25 (3.2) 4.25 (3.2) 7.0 (5.4) 4.0 (3.1) 4.75 (3.6) 4.75 (3.6) 7.0 (5.4) 5.25 (4.0) 5.25 (4.0) 8.0 (6.1) 6.0 (4.6) 6.0 (4.6) 7.25 (5.5)

2.5 (1.9) 2.5 (1.9) 2.2 (1.7) 3.0 (2.3) 3.0 (2.3) 3.0 (2.3) 3.7 (2.8) 3.7 (2.8) 3.7 (2.8) 4.3 (3.3) 4.3 (3.3) 5.5 (4.2) 5.5 (4.2) 7.1 (5.4) 7.1 (5.4)

) 2.6 to 4.0 (2.0 to 3.1 ) 2.9 to 4.9 (2.2 to 3.7 ) 4.1 to 5 (2. 5.3 to 3.3 ) 3.5 to 6.0 (2.7 to 4.6 ) 4.0 to 7.2 (3.1 to 5.5 ) 4.0 to 7.2 (3.1 to 5.5 ) 6.9 to 0 (4. 9 to 5.2 ) 5.9 to 11 (4.5 to 8.4 ) 6.5 to 8.1 (5.0 to 6.2

8.3 (2.5) 8.8 (2.7) 9.4 (2.7) 8.8 (2.7) 9.9 (3.0) 8.7 (2.7) 9.0 (2.7) 10.3 (3.1) 8.6 (2.6) 9.3 (2.8) 10.4 (3.2) 8.3 (2.5) 9.0 (2.7) 9.5 (2.9) 10.6 (3.2) 8.6 (2.6) 8.8 (2.7) 9.3 (2.8) 9.3 (2.8) 10.9 (3.3) 8.8 (2.7) 9.2 (2.8) 9.2 (2.8) 10.7 (3.3) 8.8 (2.7) 10.0 (3.0) 11.8 (3.6) 9.2 (2.8) 10.5 (3.2) 11.9 (3.6) 10.9 (3.3)

8.8 (2.7) 9.9 (3.0) 9.2 (2.8) 9.2 (2.8) 10.5 (3.2) 9.3 (2.8) 9.3 (2.8) 10.6 (3.2) 9.3 (2.8) 9.8 (2.9) 11.3 (3.4) 10.2 (3.1) 11.6 (3.5) 10.8 (3.3) 12.0 (3.7)

9.3 (2.9) 9.2 (2.8) 9.3 (2.9) 9.3 (2.8) 9.4 (2.9) 9.4 (2.9) 10.7 (3.3) 10.9 (3.3) 10.8 (3.3)

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MODEL

ENGINE TYPE

NEW HOLLAND n/a W50B TC W80B TC W110B W110B LR W110B TC W130B W130B LR W130B TC W170B W170B TC W190B

KOMATSU WA50-6 WA70-6 WA80-6 WA150-6 WA200-6 WA200PZ-6 WA250-6 WA250PZ-6 WA320-6 WA320PZ-6 WA380-7 WA500-7 WA600-6 WA800-3 WA900-3 WA1200-6

DRESSTA 534E 560E Extra 555C Extra

n/a FPT 445TA/EGE FPT 445TA/EGE FPT 445TA/EGE FPT 667TA/EDB FPT 667TA/EDB FPT 667TA/EDB FPT 667TA/EB3 FPT 667TA/EB3 FPT 667TA/EBD

4D88E-6B 4D95LWE-5 S4D95LWE-5 SAA4D95LE-5 SAA4D107E-1 SAA4D107E-1 SAA6D107E-1 SAA6D107E-1 SAA6D107E-1 SAA6D107E-1 SAA6D107E-2 SAA6D140E-5 SAA6D170E-5 SAA12V140E-3 SAA12V140E-3 SDA16V160E-2

Cummins QSC8.3 Cummins QSX15 Cummins QSM11

OPERATING WEIGHT LBS. (KG)

ENGINE POWER HP (KW)

10,173 (4,615) 12,727 (5,773) 23,069 (10,464) 23,442 (10,633) 25,678 (11,648) 28,127 (12,758) 27,722 (12,575) 28,709 (13,022) 31,967 (14,500) 31,944 (14,490) 37,844 (17,166)

51 (38) 72 (54) 136 (101) 136 (101) 136 (101) 162 (121) 162 (121) 162 (121) 183 (137) 183 (137) 213 (159)

39 (28.7) 60.3 (44.4) 67.1 (50) 98 (73) 126 (94) 126 (94) 138 (103) 138 (103) 167 (125) 168 (125) 191 (142) 353 (263) 527 (393) 808 (603) 856 (638) 1,765 (1,316)

MAX DUMP HEIGHT FT. (M)

BUCKET CAPACITY CU. YD. (CU M)

8.3 (2.5) 8.9 (2.7) 9.3 (2.8) 10.2 (3.1) 9.3 (2.8) 9.5 (2.9) 10.8 (3.3) 9.4 (2.9) 9.7 (3.0) 9.6 (3.0) 9.8 (3.0)

1.0 (.76) 1.44 (1.1) 2.0 (1.5) 2.0 (1.5) 2.0 (1.5) 2.56 (1.96) 2.56 (1.96) 2.66 (2.03) 3.0 (2.3) 3.0 (2.3) 4.25 (3.2)

0.8 (0.6) 5 to 3,825) 1.63 (.75 to 1.25) to 8,100 to 8,430 (3,67 8 0.9 ) 55 040 to 5,3 1.25) 11,111 to 11,806 (5, 1.05 to 1.63 (.80 to 525 to 5,835) 3 to 1.7) (1. 2.2 to 12,180 to 12,864 (5, 1.7 830 to 7,915) ) 17,262 to 17,450 (7, 2.2 to 3.1 (1.7 to 2.4 5 to 10,765) ,50 ) (10 2.1 3 to 9 ,73 (1. 23 5 to 0 2.7 23,16 2.5 to ,465 to 11,530) ) 25,275 to 25,420 (11 0 to 11,750) 2.5 to 3.5 (1.9 to 2.7 ,54 ) 25,441 to 25,904 (11 0 to 12,600) 2.5 to 3.0 (1.9 to 2.3 ,16 ) (12 3.2 8 to ,77 3 27 (2. to 4.2 8 to ,80 26 3.0 0 to 14,545) ,33 ) (14 2.7 0 to 5 ,07 (2. 32 to 3.5 0 31,59 3.25 to ,730 to 15,380) ) 32,480 to 33,900 (14 8 to 18,649)) 3.8 to 5.2 (2.9 to 4.0 ,09 ) 39,840 to 41,115 (18 6.8 to 8.2 (5.2 to 6.3 ,750 to 35,125) ) 7.8 to 4 (6. .2 10 to 76,611 to 77,437 (34 8.4 ,700 to 56,400) .3) (53 12 to 41 .0 4,3 12 (10 to .1 5 16 118,38 13.1 to 224,650 (101,900) 17.0 (11.5 to 13.0) to .0 15 35.0) 236,340 (107,200) 23.5 to 45.8 (18.0 to 477,100 (216,409)

240 (179) 427 (319) 330 (247)

45371 (20580) 92,549 (41,980) 63,753 (28,918)

3.4 (2.6) 5) 7.0 to 15 (5.4 to 11. ) 8.4 to 2 (4. 11 to 5.5

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VOLVO L20F L25F L30B Pro L35B Pro L45G L50G L60G L70G L90G L110G L120G L150G L180G L220G L250G L350F

Volvo D3.6D Volvo D3.6D Volvo D3DCDE2 Volvo D3DCEE2 Volvo D4H Volvo D4H ) Volvo D6H (Tier IVi ) IVi er (Ti H D6 lvo Vo ) Volvo D6H (Tier IVi ) Volvo D6H (Tier IVi ) Volvo D6H (Tier IVi ) IVi er (Ti -E 3H D1 Volvo ) IVi er (Ti -E 3H Volvo D1 IVi) Volvo D13H-E (Tier IVi) Volvo D13H-E (Tier E3 LA 6E D1 lvo Vo

9,945 (4,511) 10,650 (4,830) 12,040 (5,461) 13,710 (6,219) 19,026 (8,630) 20,745 (9,410) 25,920 (11,757) 29,300 (13,290) 33,150 (15,037) 40,524 (18,381) 42,460 (19,260) 55,205 (25,041) 58,555 (26,560) 69,842 (31,680) 75,707 (34,340) 110,290 (50,027)

54 (40) 60 (44) 68 (50) 75 (55) 98 (73) 114 (85) 161 (120) 169 (126) 173 (129) 255 (190) 267 (199) 295 (220) 330 (246) 367 (274) 389 (290) 528 (394)

) 0.9 to 1.4 (.68 to 1.1 ) 1.0 to 1.6 (.85 to 1.2 ) 1.3 to 2.0 (1.0 to 1.5 ) 1.4 to 2.3 (1.2 to 1.8 ) 2.0 to 2 (1. 2.6 1.6 to ) 1.8 to 3.0 (1.4to 2.3 ) 2.2 to 6.5 (1.7 to 5.0 ) 2.6 to 8.7 (2.0 to 6.7 ) 7.0 to 3 (2. 9.2 to 3.0 ) 3.5 to 12.4 (2.7 to 9.5 ) 3.5 to 12.4 (2.6 to 9.5 .0) 12 to 1 (3. .7 15 to 4.1 .9) 5.0 to 18.3 (3.8 to 13 .9) 5.9 to 18.3 (4.5 to 13 .2) 7.2 to 13.3 (5.5 to 10 .7) 8.1 to 16.6 (6.2 to 12

8.0 (2.47) 8.0 (2.43) 8.3 (2.52) 8.9 (2.7) 9.3 (2.8) 9.3 (2.8) 9.3 (2.9) 9.4 (2.9) 9.3 (2.8) 9.2 (2.8) 9.7 (2.9) 10.8 (3.3) 12.3 (3.7) 15.2 (4.6) 15.3 (4.6) 23.2 (7.1)

10.2 (3.1) 11.8 (3.27) 10.7 (3.25)

8.3 (2.5) 8.2 (2.5) 8.4 (2.6) 8.9 (2.7) 9.2 (2.8) 9.2 (2.8) 9.3 (2.8) 9.2 (2.8) 9.3 (2.8) 9.3 (2.8) 9.3 (2.8) 14.2 (4.3) 14.7 (4.5) 15.3 (4.7) 10.8 (3.3) 11.3 (3.4)

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made within the city if it were to become another municipality within St. Louis County? How would a City/County merger affect the average citizen? St. Louis County’s Chief Operating Officer, Garry Earls and Jeff Rainford, Mayor Slay’s Chief of Staff will answer these questions and more as we analyze the concept of a potential merger of the governmental offices of St. Louis City and St. Louis County. Please register by Friday, May 4th. If you HOLT CAT Announces Metroplex Job Fair Irving, Texas – HOLT CAT (holtcat.com), announces an upcom- have questions regarding the registration online process, call ing job fair in Irving, Texas. The job fair will be held SATUR- Kathy Givens at (314) 480-3172. Questions: Call the AGC of St. DAY, MAY 19, 2012, from 8:00 AM to 2:00 PM at HOLT’s Louis office at (314) 781-2356. facility at 2000 East Airport Freeway in Irving. HOLT CAT will be conducting on-site interviews for experienced in-shop and field Thursday, May 17, 2012 – Palmer Johnson Open House – service technicians for heavy equipment, diesel and natural gas engines and truck service. Positions are available at HOLT’s You’re Invited!!! stores in Irving, Fort Worth, Dallas and Lewisville. HOLT CAT is Dallas is on the move (down the street)! We’ve moved and an Equal Opportunity Employer. All applicants will be given in keeping with tradition, we’re throwing a party! Please join equal consideration regardless of race, age, gender, religion, us in welcoming our Dallas crew to their new branch. national origin, disability, marital or veteran status or any other Thursday, May 17th, BBQ & Beverages from 3:00 PM to 6:00 legally protected status. For a complete list of job openings and PM at 608 112th Street, Arlington, TX 76011 information on HOLT CAT, visit holtcat.com. Stop in for some good food and good company! You may go to dallas@pjpower.com or call 817/633-1494 Minnesota Nursery & Landscape Association (MNLA) – for more information! Successful Business Grow Here! 2012 EVENTS CALENDAR: Tuesday thru Thursday, May 8 thru May 10, 2012 – Minnesota AGC of MINNESOTA EVENTS: Safety & Health Conference. June 7-8, 2012 – Conference . Registration is not open for Wednesday, June 20, 2012 (6:30 PM CST to 9:00 PM CST) – AGC of America’s first national conference on environmental Garden Party issues that affect construction professionals, being held June 7Thursday, August 9, 2012 (all Day) – 2012 Wisconsin Nursery 8 in Arlington, Virginia. The 2010 AGC Contractors Field Day Thursday, August 16, 2012 (all Day) – Carlin: 2012 BuyerFest Environmental Conference will provide educational sessions, discussions, networking opportunities and technology demonstrations with a specific focus on how to generate profits, gain ***Please contact MNLA at mnla@mnla.biz or telephone toll free: 888-886-6652 for more information. efficiencies, save money and manage risks. The first day-anda-half at the conference will provide construction professionals Delaware Contractors Association, Wilmington, DE with information and resources to meet environmental requireDCA’s Annual Legislative Reception is scheduled for ments and remain competitive in the marketplace. AGC also Wednesday, May 9, 2012 at Dover Downs Hotel & Casino in the Lobby Bar beginning at 5 PM. This is an opportunity for plans to hold a supplementary workshop on environmental DCA members to meet informally with state legislators and cab- issues important to federal owners and construction contractors inet members to discuss items of importance to you and/or your on the afternoon of the second day (same location). You can companies. Please contact Nancy Handlin at nhandlin@e- register for the conference only, the conference and the afterdca.org for more information. noon workshop, or simply the afternoon workshop with one easy-to-use registration form, available at Georgia Utility Contractors Association, Inc. http://www.agc.org/cs/events/2012_agc_environmental_connd 2012 2 Quarter Safety Training Schedule ference. 804 Main Street, Suite C, Forest Park, GA 30297 Phone: 404-362-9995, Toll Free: 877-SAF-GUCA, Web: www.guca.com MAY, 2012 2 Quarter Safety Training Schedule includes the following topics: . Competent Person Excavation . Confined Space Entry Program . OSHA 10 Hour . Damage Prevention/GUFPA Law/PSC . GDOT Approved Flagging Instructor Course . ISEE Blasting Certification Course . NPDES Level 1A Course and Exam . NPDES Level 1A Recertification Course . NPDES Level 1B Course and Exam . NPDES Level 1B Recertification Course . GDOT Approved Flagging Instructor Course . GDOT Approved Flagging Program nd

Please contact GUCA for more information. American Subcontractors Association – Midwest Council The American Subcontractors Association (ASA) Midwest Council is a construction trade association made up of quality specialty contractors and suppliers serving the construction industry and the community in the greater St. Louis metropolitan area and southern Illinois. The ASA Midwest Council’s purpose is to improve the construction process through active participation in education, legislation and cooperation. The ASA Midwest Council has been named “Chapter of the Year” by the American Subcontractors Association five out of the last seven years. For more information about the ASA Midwest Council, visit www.asamidwest.com or contact Susan Winkelmann at 314845-0855. ASA Midwest Council – Voice of the Midwest Subcontractor.

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May 29th to June 2nd at the Centro de Exposicoes Imigrantes, Sao Paulo – Brazil. This growth in exhibition area is justified by the success of the event among equipment manufacturers, the growing interest among a number of the sector’s companies in having more room to exhibit their introductions of equipment for construction and mining and, furthermore, to deploy distinctive promotional actions targeting those who visit the show. Among the outstanding attractions promoted by exhibitors are live demonstrations of equipment in the outdoor area of M&T Expo 2012. These promotional initiatives serve as an important marketing tool for brands since they are expected to attract a significant number of visitors who are interested in accompanying these kinds of attractions. For additional information, please visit the official website: www.mtexpo.com.br.

APWA (American Public Works Association) – Register Now for the ’12 Sustainability in Public Works Conference in Pittsburgh, PA June 25 to 27, 2012 – The Fourth Annual APWA Sustainability in Public Works Conference will explore the latest and most innovative tools, practices and case studies in public works. The demands for economic, social and environmental responsibility are increasing daily. This conference gets you access to the resources and experts you need to take sustainability to the next AGC of AMERICA is pleased to offer a wide variety of meetings, level in your community. You’ll also have an opportunity to see a events and seminars for construction professionals that can help city that has undergone one of the most impressive sustainable you improve every aspect of your business. transformations in the entire U.S.! Don’t get left behind! SIGN UP TODAY! Questions? Please contact: Diana Forbes, APWA Meeting AGC of ST. LOUIS EVENTS: Planner & Exhibit Sales Manager, Phone: 816-595-5242 Email: AGC of St. Louis Inside Insight Luncheon, WEDNESDAY, MAY dforbes@apwa.net 9, 2012 at the Greenbriar Hills Country Club, St. Louis. Registration: 11:15 AM 2012 FLORIDA Contractor Associations Meetings Postings: Lunch: 11.45 AM Speaker: 12:15 PM Adjourn: 1:15 PM 2012 Annual Asphalt Contractors Association of Florida Cost is $35 for AGC of St. Louis Members and $70 for Non- Convention, June 21 to 23, 2012 at Orlando World Center Members. Marriott, Orlando, FL. Does a St. Louis City/County Merger Make Sense? What analysis has been done and what does the transition look like? How do we move forward? If there is no City/County merger, are there 2012 Annual Asphalt Contractors Association of Florida some measures that can be adopted to make the region work Convention, July 19 to 21, 2012 at UUCF Convention, The Ritzmore efficiently? What functional changes would need to be Carlton Orlando, Grande Lakes, Orlando, FL.

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Equipment Lease Finance Industry Confidence Up Slightly in April 2012 The Equipment Leasing & Finance Foundation (the Foundation) released the April 2012 Monthly Confidence Index for the Equipment Finance Industry (MCI-EFI). Designed to collect leadership data, the index reports a qualitative assessment of both the prevailing business conditions and expectations for the future as reported by key executives from the $628 billion equipment finance sector. Overall, confidence in the equipment finance market is 62.1, up slightly from the March index of 61.7, and the fourth consecutive month of increases, indicating industry participants’ optimism is slowly but steadily rising. When asked about the outlook for the future, MCI survey respondent Thomas Jaschik, president, BB&T Equipment Finance commented, “While the business climate has definitely improved over the last 18 months, American companies are still very cautious with respect to the growth and expansion of their businesses. As they feel more confident in expansion, our market will grow as well.”

• 26.5 percent of executives expect more access to capital to fund equipment acquisitions over the next four months, up from 21.1 percent in March. 73.5 percent of survey respondents indicate they expect the “same” access to capital to fund business, a decrease from 78.9 percent the previous month. No survey respondents expect “less” access to capital, unchanged from March.

will be “no change” in business development spending, down from 77.1 percent last month, and no one believes there will be a decrease in spending, unchanged from last month. Why an MCI-EFI? Confidence in the U.S. economy and the capital markets is a critical driver to the equipment finance industry. Throughout history, when confidence increases, consumers and businesses are more apt to acquire more consumer goods, equipment and durables, and invest at prevailing prices. When confidence decreases, spending and risk-taking tend to fall. Investors are said to be confident when the news about the future is good and stock prices are rising.

No survey respondents expect “less” access to capital, unchanged from March.

April 2012 Survey Results: The overall MCI-EFI is 62.1, an increase from the March index of 61.7. When asked to assess their business conditions over the next four months, 23.5 percent of executives responding said they believe business conditions will improve over the next four months, down from 28.9 percent in March. 76.5 percent of respondents believe business conditions will remain the same over the next four months, up from 71.1 percent in March. No one responded they believe business conditions will worsen, unchanged from the previous month. • 23.5 percent of survey respondents believe demand for leases and loans to fund capital expenditures (capex) will increase over the next four months, a decrease from 34.2 percent in March. 76.5 percent believe demand will “remain the same” during the same four-month time period, up from 65.8 percent the previous month. No one responded they believe demand will decline, unchanged from March.

• When asked, 32.4 percent of the executives reported they expect to hire more employees over the next four months, up from 28.9 percent in March. 67.6 percent expect no change in headcount over the next four months, an increase from 63.2 percent last month, while no one expects fewer employees, down from 7.9 percent in March. • 88.2 percent of the leadership evaluates the current U.S. economy as “fair,” down from 89.5 percent last month. 11.8 percent rate it as “poor,” up from 10.5 percent in March. • 29.4 percent of survey respondents believe that U.S. economic conditions will get “better” over the next six months, down from 31.6 percent in March. 70.6 percent of survey respondents indicate they believe the U.S. economy will “stay the same” over the next six months, up from 63.2 percent in March. No one responded that they believe economic conditions in the U.S. will worsen over the next six months, a decrease from 5.3 percent who believed so last month. • In April, 35.3 percent of respondents indicate they believe their company will increase spending on business development activities during the next six months, up from 28.9 percent in March. 64.7 percent believe there

Who Participates in the MCI-EFI? The respondents are comprised of a wide cross section of industry executives, including large-ticket, middle-market and small-ticket banks, independents and captive equipment finance companies. The MCI-EFI uses the same pool of 50 organization leaders to respond monthly to ensure the survey’s integrity. Since the same organizations provide the data from month to month, the results constitute a consistent barometer of the industry's confidence. How is the MCI-EFI Designed? The survey consists of seven questions and an area for comments, asking the respondents’ opinions about the following: 1. Current business conditions 2. Expected product demand over the next four months 3. Access to capital over the next four months 4. Future employment conditions 5. Evaluation of the current U.S. economy 6. U.S. economic conditions over the next six months 7. Business development spending expectations 8. Open-ended question for comment For more information, visit www.leasefoundation.org.

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Habitats, a Chicago-based organization considered an authority on such records. Experts and architects have long disagreed about where to stop measuring supertall buildings outfitted with masts, spires and antennas that extend far above the roof. Consider the case of the Empire State Building: Measured from the sidewalk to the tip of its needle-like antenna, the granddaddy of all super-tall skyscrapers actually stands 1,454 feet high, well above the mark being surpassed by One World Trade Center on April 30. Purists, though, say antennas shouldn’t count when determining building height. An antenna, they say, is more like furniture than a piece of architecture. Like a chair sitting on a rooftop, an antenna can be attached or removed. The Empire State Building didn’t even get its distinctive antenna until 1952. The record books, as the argument goes, shouldn’t change every time someone installs a new satellite dish. Excluding the antenna brings the Empire State Building’s total height to 1,250 ft. That was still high enough to make the skyscraper the world’s tallest from 1931 until 1972. From that height, the Empire State seems to tower over the second tallest completed building in New York, the Bank of America Tower.

Yet, in many record books, the two skyscrapers are separated by just 50 ft. That’s because the tall, thin mast on top of the Bank of America building isn’t an antenna, but a decorative spire. Unlike antennas, record-keepers like spires. It’s a tradition that harkens back to a time when the tallest buildings in many European cities were cathedrals. Groups like the Council on Tall Buildings, and Emporis, a building data provider in Germany, both count spires when measuring the total height of a building, even if that spire happens to look exactly like an antenna. This quirk in the record books has benefited buildings like Chicago’s recently opened Trump International Hotel and Tower. It is routinely listed as being between 119 to 139 ft. taller than the Empire State Building, due to the antenna-like mast that sits on its roof, even though the average person, looking at the two buildings side by side, would probably judge the New York skyscraper to be taller. The same factors apply to measuring the height of One World Trade Center. Designs call for the tower’s roof to stand at 1,368 ft. — the same height as the north tower of the original World Trade Center. The building’s roof will be topped with a 408-ft., cable-stayed mast, making the total height of the structure a symbolic 1,776 ft.

So is that needle an antenna or a spire? “Not sure,” wrote Steve Coleman, a spokesman of the Port Authority of New York and New Jersey, which owns the building. The needle will, indeed, function as a broadcast antenna. It is described on the Port Authority’s Web site as an antenna. On the other hand, the structure will have more meat to it than your average antenna, with external cladding encasing the broadcast mast. Without that spire, One World Trade Center would still be smaller than the Willis Tower in Chicago, formerly known as the Sears Tower, which tops out at 1,451 ft. (not including its own antennas). Debate over which of those buildings can truly claim to be the tallest in the United States has been raging for years on Internet message boards frequented by skyscraper enthusiasts. As for the Council on Tall Buildings, it is leaning toward giving One World Trade the benefit of the doubt. “This is something we have discussed with the architect,” Hollister said. “As we understand it, the needle is an architectural spire which happens to enclose an antenna. We would thus count it as part of the architectural height.”

But, he noted, the organization also has chosen to sidestep these types of disputes, somewhat, by recognizing three types of height records: tallest occupied floor, architectural top and height to the tip. Hollister also pointed out that, technically speaking, One World Trade Center isn’t a record-holder in any category yet, as it is still unfinished. “A project is not considered a building until it is topped out, fully clad, and open for business or at least occupiable,” he said. The debate doesn’t quite end there. Neither the Willis Tower nor One World Trade are as high as the CN Tower, in Toronto, which stands at 1,815 ft. That structure, however, isn’t considered a building at all by most record-keepers, because it is predominantly a television broadcast antenna and observation platform with very little interior space. The tallest manmade structure in the Western Hemisphere will continue to be the 2,063-ft.-tall KVLY-TV antenna in Blanchard, N.D. As for the world’s tallest building, the undisputed champion is the Burj Khalifa, in Dubai, which opened in 2010 and reaches 2,717 ft. Not counting about 5 ft. of aircraft lights and other equipment perched on top, of course.


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LSU’s Tiger Stadium $100M Expansion Plan Approved ‘Without Objection’ BATON ROUGE, La. (AP) LSU will add new seats to Southeastern Conference, he said. Tiger Stadium, in a south end zone expansion that will near “It hasn’t been exactly defined yet, but it will approach the football stadium’s capacity to 100,000 people and make 100,000, and that will put us in the top three of the conferit among the largest university stadiums in its conference ence,” he added. and across the nation. Only Tennessee and Alabama in the SEC will have larger The Board of Supervisors backed the proposal April 27 stadiums. And if the seat projections are met, LSU is expectwithout objection, approving ed to have the seventha $100 million construction largest university stadium in plan that includes the stadithe nation. um enlargement and other Only Tennessee and Alabama in the Construction is set to athletic facility projects. begin this fall with compleThe plans include adding SEC will have larger tion scheduled for the sum60 suites, approximately stadiums. LSU is expected to have mer of 2014. Along with the 3,000 club seats and general expansion, the scoreboard seating for up to another the seventh-largest university and video board currently 1,500 people above the stadium in the nation. atop the south end zone seats existing south end zone seats will be removed and for Death Valley, where the replaced with two new video LSU Tigers regularly play to boards. sold-out crowds. Borrowing for the construction will be done by the Tiger “It satisfies a demand. We have a demand out there for Athletic Foundation, the fundraising arm of LSU sports. more suites and clubs and for more tickets,” said Athletics The stadium enlargement is expected to cost around $80 Director Joe Alleva. “It will provide for a better fan experi- million. Alleva said he expects any remaining money from ence.” the borrowing to be directed to pay for new tennis courts, a Tiger Stadium has a listed seating capacity 92,542. The new gymnastics practice center and locker rooms for the expansion will give LSU one of the largest stadiums in the track and field teams.

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Building Will Be a Highpoint of High-Tech Construction Terex CTL180-16, erected 656 ft. (200 m) above ground level on gigantic steel framework and Terex CTL260-18 climbed below.

SHARD from page 26

erected to a final height of 433 ft. (132 m) on reinforced concrete foundations and anchored with a “Mega-tie” at 305 ft. (93 m). Verifying crane erection and dismantling processes, checking the “Mega- tie” system to be anchored to the building’s core and calculating the combined impact of heavy lifting and wind forces have all been part of the wide variety of complex calculations and verifications carried out by the application engineering team on The Shard project. Highest Crane Used in U.K. Lifts Final Tower Pinnacle Six months from completion, one of the most impressive solutions employed on the job site is the use of a 275.5-ft. (84 m) high Terex CTL 180-16, erected 656 ft. (200 m) above ground level on a gigantic steel framework. The crane has been “jumped” or “climbed” into place and sits at floor 56 to enable work on The Shard’s final spire where it will lift 551 tons (500 t) of steel into place over the coming weeks. The spire itself will form the top 23 floors of the tower start-

ing at viewing gallery level 72 and rise to level 96. It is anticipated that the erection of the spire will entail approximately 100 lifts to raise the large floor and façade elements into place. Each of the spire’s façade sections can measure up to three floors. Comprised of 800 separate pieces of steel, entire sections will be pre-mounted off-site, then transported to the building to be lifted into place. When fully extended, the Terex CTL 180-16 will sit 1,040 ft. (317 m) above ground level, which represents 23 ft. (7 m) taller than the tower’s estimated highest point, setting the record of the highest crane ever used in the U.K. Lifted by the Terex CTL 180-16, part of the tower’s 59,800 sq. yds. (56,000 sq m) of low iron content glass panels have already been fitted. Crystal clear, instead of a pale shade of green, the specially manufactured glass provides the iceberg effect that Piano expected. Even though it is impossible to say how long The Shard will hold the record for the tallest building in the European Union, it will remain one of the most technologically

advanced constructions built in its time and the highest ever tower in London. Due to limits set by the Civil Aviation, nothing in London can be built higher. The eight Terex tower cranes operated by Select Plant Hire on The Shard include one Terex CTL140-8, one Terex CTL180-16, four Terex CTL 260-18, and two Terex CTL400-24 luffing jib tower crane models. About The Terex CTL Crane Range Combining more than 20 years’ experience and the latest in specialist Terex tower crane innovation and technology, Terex CTL luffing jib tower cranes are a popular choice among leading crane companies worldwide, according to the manufacturer. Particularly well-matched to the construction of high-rise buildings on urban job sites, Terex CTL luffing jib tower cranes are designed to work together in a wide variety of configurations efficiently and safely. The Terex CTL luffing jib tower crane range includes 14 models offering maximum lifting capacities from 8.8 to 35.3 tons (8 to 32 t) and maximum jib

lengths from 164 to 196.9 ft. (50 to 60 m). All models are available in a broad selection of freestanding heights and versions. About Select Plant Hire Established in 1985, Select Plant Hire is part of the Laing O’Rourke group and one of the largest plant hire companies in the U.K. As well as being the largest tower crane provider in the U.K., Select also is the distributor of Terex tower cranes in the U.K. and Ireland. Wherever the location and whatever the requirement, Select can provide the tower crane most suited to the job. Some of the Terex tower crane models provided by Select include the Terex CTT 33116, Terex CTL 630-32 which will lift 9.9 tons (9 t) with a maximum jib length of 196 ft. (60 m), and the Terex CTT 721-40 capable of lifting 3.7 tons (3.4 t) at 275 ft. (84 m.) With 11 depots and tool hire shops across the U.K. and Ireland, Select has the trained staff ready to help and support customers throughout their projects. For more information, visit www.selectplanthire.com. CEG


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Improvements Coming After Decades of Discussions INTERCHANGE from page 1

-mately two years from the construction start date. Funded by state sales tax money, the project is budgeted at $24.5 million. Improvements to the state Road 436-Red Bug Lake Road interchange have been discussed since the 1980s. With a current traffic count of 68,000 — which is expected to increase to 78,000 by 2020, according to County Engineer Co-Co Wu — the heavily traveled intersection is one of the busiest in Seminole County. As such, it sees a lot of congestion, further complicated by an intricate layout that is confusing to navigate. While many central Florida drivers say they avoid the area as much as possible, back-ups frequently occur even between rush hours. Congestion and confusion have led to 96 accidents reported at the intersection last year, ranking it seventh in the county for the number of accidents. Even fire trucks have difficulty getting onto Red Bug Lake Road from a nearby station. Overview Project boundaries extend on SR 436 from Lake Howell Road to Wilshire Boulevard; Red Bug Lake Road from SR 436 to Eagle Circle; and Winter Park Drive from Red Bug Lake Road to just south of Cannon Way. Planned improvements include widening SR 436 from six to eight lanes in both directions, widening Red Bug Lake Road from four to six lanes in both directions (although only five lanes from Mark David Boulevard. to Eagle Circle); widening Winter Park Drive to four lanes; addition or extension of turn lanes at multiple intersections throughout the project limits; construction of a major four-span steel flyover bridge for southbound vehicles on SR 436 turning onto eastbound Red Bug Lake Road; upgrading the existing storm water drainage system throughout the area; construction of three retention ponds on SR 436 and two retention ponds on Red Bug Lake Road; replacement of the existing brick wall adjacent to the Sommerset neighborhood, installation of mast arm traffic signals at the intersections of SR 436 and Lake Howell Road, SR 436 and Sausalito Boulevard, SR 436 and Red Bug Lake Road/Winter Park Drive; addition of landscaping and irrigation; reconstruction and repaving of the roadway; replacement and addition of roadway lighting throughout the project and adjacent to the ponds; and reconstruction of curb ramps to meet the Americans with Disabilities Act. The Middlesex Corporation of Massachusetts is the general contractor for the 1.3-mi. long (2.09 km) project. Middlesex’s regional office in Orlando is responsible for managing all work on the

project and will perform the excavation, embankment, base work, bridge work, MSE walls, CIP retaining walls, box culvert extension, milling and paving. Other work to be completed includes relocation and installation of water and wastewater infrastructure utilities by Interlocal agreement with the city of Casselberry and South Seminole North Orange County Water Transmission Authority and relocation and installation of water and wastewater infrastructure utilities for Seminole County Environmental Services Department. Dewitt Excavating is performing the storm and utility pipe work, along with constructing curbs and sidewalks. To divert potential problems and engender cooperation, Megan Olivera, area manager and public information officer for Quest Corporation of America, said the project team meets weekly with utility companies. Meetings for community outreach also are held. Due to the complicated nature of the project, she believes it’s important to keep locals informed through flyers, a Web site and an office on site to answer questions that arise.

(738,448 kg) of structural steel supplied by PDM Bridge of Palatka, Fla. Another 850 cu. yds. (649 cu m) of concrete and 285,000 lbs. (129,273 kg) of reinforcing steel will be used in the superstructure. For safety purposes, the structural steel girders will be erected in accordance with a signed and sealed erection procedure that indicates the proper size rigging, crane selection and positioning. As the girders are erected, a beam safe system will be installed to allow the workers to be tied off while they begin construction of the bridge superstructure.

completing the pond earthwork. Special fencing will be added around the ponds.

Work in Progress Work is progressing according to schedule, Olivera reported. “There have been no weather issues and not many challenges with utilities … but it’s always a concern. Sometimes we find unmarked utilities.” Utility coordination and installation has been a challenge, Carr admitted. “The utility company relocations, such as Progress Energy, Brighthouse, Century Link, Level 3, FPL and Teco Gas need to be completed in a coordinated fashion with the storm and utilThe Road to a Better Intersection ity pipe work.” Road work begins with approximately PAH Constructors is performing the elec77,000 cu. yds. (58,870 cu m) of regular trical work, including signals, signs, ITS and excavation and 23,000 cu. yds. (17,584 cu lighting. The existing water and force main m) of embankment. systems will be modified and 13,900 ft. “There is a net volume of soil leaving the (4,236 m) of new utility pipe will be project after the on-site needs are satisfied,” installed. Trench boxes and slide rail systems Carr said. are utilized while installing deep pipe to Once the earthwork is completed, 37,000 ensure safe trenches and protect the workers and inspectors. Two hundred structures — inlets and manholes — and 17,000 ft. Under the contract, the existing brick (5,181 m) of new reinforced concrete Bridge Work storm drain pipe will collect storm privacy walls will be replaced with “SR 436 will be widened to the water and convey it to six new storm outside of the existing SR 436 to 12,000 sq. ft. (10,033 sq m) of new water ponds, three each on SR 436 accommodate the bridge being posiand Red Bug Lake Road. tioned in the median,” explained Jim walls on Red Bug Lake Road by Old Due to utility installation, intersecCarr, Middlesex Corporation project World Masonry. tion geometry and high traffic volmanager. “Red Bug Lake Road is umes, the sequence of the bridge widened on the north side again to work on this project is performed in accommodate the bridge positioning phases, rather than continuously. in the median of Red Bug Lake Road. tons (33,565 t) of limerock will be spread Middlesex received approval of alternate Winter Park Drive is widened to facilitate over 63,000 sq. yds. (52,676 sq m) of new traffic control plans in an effort to build the the connection at the intersection.” roadway base. Next, 74,000 sq. yds. (61,873 bridge in a more continuous, shorter time The 650-ft.-long (198 m), four-span sq m) of milling of existing asphalt roadway frame. This allows more of the contract bridge will carry two southbound SR 436 will be done and 33,000 tons (29,937 t) of work to be constructed in multiple phases lanes of traffic over the intersection to Red new asphalt paving will be laid. concurrently, helping to keep work on Bug Lake Road eastbound. “Much of the existing roadway is over- schedule. While the anticipated completion “The substructure consists of three inter- built with asphalt to obtain the correct pro- date for the project as a whole is October mediate hammerhead-type piers and two posed roadway elevations and cross slopes,” 2013, Olivera said the bridge is expected to end bents built integrally with 15,000 square Carr explained. open a little earlier, probably in the summer feet of MSE wall,” Carr explained. Under the contract, the existing brick pri- 2013. Approximately 9,000 cu. yds. (6,880 cu vacy walls will be replaced with 12,000 sq. However, safety isn’t sacrificed in the m) of select fill will be excavated from the ft. (10,033 sq m) of new walls on Red Bug name of speed. As Carr indicated, “TMC’s proposed stormwater ponds and used as the Lake Road by Old World Masonry. goal of zero incidents and accidents is the MSE wall backfill. Roughly 11,000 ft. Five existing signalized intersections will most important goal we have on this proj(3,352 m) of hpile 12 x 84 driven into the be reconstructed with new mast arms and all ect.” ground will serve as bridge foundation. the intersections will be interconnected with To achieve that goal, Middlesex imple“This amounts to 924,000 pounds of steel adjacent Seminole County Traffic systems. ments and enforces its comprehensive health piling,” Carr noted. After the existing street lighting system is and safety plan. Overnight lane closures are The substructure will consist of 550 cu. removed, 46 new streetlights will be scheduled so milling and paving work in yds. (420 cu m) of concrete and 130,000 lbs installed. Bowyer Singleton is providing the heavy traffic areas can be completed when (58,967 kg) of reinforcing steel. Reinforcing alternate traffic control design services. traffic volume is low. Adherence to FDOT steel installation and bridge girder erection is Lake Conway Landscaping will plant 380 Index 600 MOT standards when performing being performed by V & M Erectors. trees and install irrigation systems through- this work ensures safe work zones. “The superstructure consists of four out the project, including around the six Middlesex is performing the QC/QA on the curved steel plate girders on a 9-inch-thick stormwater ponds and throughout the medi- milling and asphalt paving work, all other concrete deck,” Carr said. an areas of the roadway, with A 1 Florida QC inspection and testing is being perSuperstructure girders consist of 1.6 lbs. Sod laying sod. D & D Truck and Tractor is formed by PSI. CEG


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IronPlanet an online marketplace for used heavy equipment, sold more than $50 million of gross merchandise volume during its first onsite and online auction Feb. 21 to 24. The four-day sale was IronPlanet’s largest auction in company history. “We are very pleased with the seller and customer embracement as well as price performance of our inaugural Florida auction,” said Greg Owens, CEO of IronPlanet. “For the first time in company history we hosted an onsite and online auction, which resulted in our largest auction to date, providing further confirmation of the vast reach and efficiency of the IronPlanet business model.” More than 42,000 attendees from 146 countries participated over the four days in the auction. Buyers outside the United States bid on more than 65 percent of the equipment, with more than 23 percent of units sold to international buyers. Equipment sold

throughout the world including such far away countries as Taiwan, Australia, Saudi Arabia and South Africa. Items were sold from more than 172 sellers located in 44 states, including equipment from Ring Power Corporation, one of the largest Caterpillar dealers in the southeastern United States. “We chose to participate in IronPlanet’s first Florida auction because of their ability to reach people globally in the used equipment market,” said Frank Fowler, senior vice president and director of used sales at Ring Power Corporation. “IronPlanet brought the global marketplace to Florida, delivering fair market value for the equipment we sold. We are very pleased with the price performance, and look forward to our continued relationship with IronPlanet in future sales.” For more information, visit www.ironplanet.com.

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JUNE 15 - 16, 2012

Alabama Department of Transportation

AL Lic. 1137 (Bryant Wood, Auctioneer) • AL Lic. 1791 (J.D. Gray, Auctioneer)

3475 Ashley Road, Montgomery, Alabama 36108

(800) 447-7085 • (334) 264-3265 Fax: (334) 269-6990

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ADVERTISER INDEX ADVANCE TIRE ..............................................................................49 ASC CONSTRUCTION EQUIPMENT USA ................................3,50 ASSET AUCTIONS ........................................................................78 BARGAINS......................................................................................74 BEARD EQUIPMENT CO ..............................................................15 BENCH MARK TOOL & SUPPLY ..................................................15 BID SPOTTER ................................................................................82 BOBCAT COMPANY..................................................................44,45 BOMAG ..........................................................................................38 BROOKS SALES INC ....................................................................30 CAROLINA CAT ........................................................................17,35 CASE ..............................................................................................10 CASE CONSTRUCTION ..........................................................48,49 CAT AUCTION SERVICES MINNEAPOLIS MN ................................................................81 CEG SCALE MODELS ..................................................................75 CLASSIFIEDS ................................................................................76 CLEVELAND BROTHERS EQUIPMENT ..................................12,13 CONSTRUCTION EQUIPMENT GUIDE WANTED ................................................................................77 TESTIMONIAL AD ..................................................................32 TARGETED EMAIL ................................................................27 AIR COMP PROMO ..............................................................46 DEANCO AUCTION & SALES CO INC PHILADELPHIA MS................................................................82 DYNAPAC ......................................................................................39 FLANGE LOCK ..............................................................................29 FLUID CONTROL SERVICES ........................................................23 FQS BEAR EQUIPMENT..................................................................6 G S EQUIPMENT..............................................................................2 GATORBACK TRACKS & EQUIPMENT ........................................23 GOMACO CORP ............................................................................43 H & R PARTS..................................................................................67 HALE TRAILER BRAKE & WHEEL ................................................19 HARTLAND MACHINERY AUCTIONEEERS TURTLE CREEK PA ..............................................................85 HILLS MACHINERY COMPANY ....................................................88 HITACHI CONSTRUCTION MACHINERY ................................72,73 HOLLAND PUMP MFG ..................................................................24 HUNYADY AUCTION CO ..............................................................82 HYUNDAI CONSTRUCTION EQUIPMENT....................................55 INTELLIGENT SIGNAL TECHNOLOGY ........................................24 IRON PLANET ................................................................................83

JCB INC ..........................................................................................71 JFW EQUIPMENT INC ..................................................................42 JM WOOD AUCTION......................................................................85 JOHN DEERE ................................................................................59 JOHN DEERE SKID STEER ..........................................................87 KAWASAKI......................................................................................51 KOBELCO ..................................................................................30,31 KOMATSU AMERICA CORP ................................................56,57,63 KUBOTA SVL ............................................................................68,69 LEEBOY ....................................................................................40,41 LIUGONG........................................................................................61 M D MOODY & SONS INC ..............................................................9 MACKINNON EQUIPMENT & SERVICE........................................17 MELLOTT COMPANY ....................................................................22 MENTOR DYNAMICS LTD ............................................................24 NORTRAX EQUIPMENT CO FL ....................................................11 NPK CONSTRUCTION EQUIPMENT INC ....................................25 OKADA AMERICA ..........................................................................29 PETROWSKY AUCTIONEEERS INC COLUMBUS OH ....................................................................79 PINNACLE CENTRAL CO ..............................................................23 PINNACLE CRANES ......................................................................74 PROFESSIONAL SHORING & SUPPLY ........................................18 RING POWER CRANE ..................................................................21 RING POWER RENTAL....................................................................7 RITCHASON AUCTIONEERS LEBANON TN ........................................................................79 ROAD BUILDERS MACHINERY ....................................................29 ROSCO MFG CO............................................................................42 SAKAI AMERICA INC ....................................................................36 SITECH MID-ATLANTIC ..................................................................5 SOLESBEES EQUIP & ATTACHMENTS........................................21 STONE CONSTRUCTION EQUIPMENT ......................................40 TAKEUCHI ......................................................................................70 TEREX COMPACT..........................................................................50 TRACTOR TRACS INC ..................................................................66 TRAMAC BY MONTABERT ............................................................18 TRENCH SHORING SERVICES ....................................................28 VOLVO COMPACTION ..................................................................37 VOLVO CONSTRUCTION EQUIPMENT ......................................53 WILSON FINLEY ............................................................................66 WIRTGEN AMERICA ......................................................................34 YANMAR AMERICA ........................................................................65

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