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Kroc Center Construction Begins in Augusta By Cindy Riley

Hard at work on storm drain excavation. So far, things have been smooth onsite, with no weather delays or surprises.

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After years of evaluations and a frenetic fundraising campaign, a multimillion dollar Salvation Army complex in Augusta, Ga., is finally getting off the ground. The Kroc Center — named in honor of McDonald's founder Ray Kroc and wife Joan — is under construction, with a targeted completion date in July 2011. In 2004, the estate of Joan Kroc made a $1.7 billion bequest to The Salvation Army earmarked to build and endow a series of Ray and Joan Kroc Corps Community Centers across the country. Two years later, The Salvation Army in Augusta was awarded one of them. The approved proposal included $33.9 million for construction and another $34 million for an operational endowment, provided Augusta provide significant funding as well. Located along the Augusta Canal, the cen-

Flint Equipment Purchases Metrac…8

The historic Sibley Mill, pictured at right, is across the Augusta Canal from the Kroc Center site. Bobcat, Doosan Unveil New Products…14

Economic Healing Aided by Increased Former AED President, Industry Spending Michael Sill, Passes Away see KROC page 22

Frank-Lin Cleans Up Kennedy Space Center…26

By Martin Crutsinger and Alan Zibel AP BUSINESS WRITERS

Table of Contents ............4 Paving Section ........29-43 Crawler Loaders, Dozers, Undercarriages & Parts Section......................47-53 Parts Section............54-55 Business Calendar ........68 Auction Section ......77-87 Advertisers Index ..........86

WASHINGTON (AP) The economic recovery is gaining strength from the biggest rise in construction spending in nearly a decade and the 10th straight month of expansion for manufacturers. The two positive reports eased some fears that the debt crisis in Europe might be starting to stunt the U.S. economic rebound. “The recovery is still on track,” said Brian Bethune, a senior economist at IHS Global Insight. While Europe’s troubles will put a drag on profits at U.S. companies that do business overseas, Bethune said, “it’s not going to be a show-stopper.” The burst in April construction spending reported June 1 by the Commerce Department sent a promising signal for an industry that was among the hardest hit during the recession. The 2.7 percent increase was spread across all see ECONOMY page 70

Michael Robert Sill, former president of Associated Equipment Distributors, passed away May 28, at the age of 78. Mr. Sill grew up in Duluth, Minn., and graduated from Duluth Central High School, and the University of Minnesota, Duluth. After serving in the United States Air Force from 1951 to 1953, Mr. Sill went to work for Road Machinery & Supplies Co. (RMS), the company his father started in 1926. In 1956, he moved to Minneapolis to start a RMS branch office and worked for the company until his retirement in 1996. During that time, Mr. Sill played a pivotal role in the success of RMS, help-

ing the company become statewide representative of Clark (wheel loaders), Blaw Knox (asphalt pavers), and Link Belt (cranes and excavators) by 1960. He helped the company grow further as RMS entered the truck equipment business in 1972 and expanded that operation in 1979 when it became the Midwest distributor of Telelect Products and other lines of truck mounted equipment in the Dakotas, Minnesota and Iowa. By 1980, Road Machinery took on representation of Komatsu dozers and by 1985 had added the Komatsu wheel loader and excavator product lines. Komatsu is the second largest manufacsee SILL page 56


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

CRAWLER EXCAVATORS

MOTOR GRADERS

2006 John Deere 450D LC, 3365 Hrs ............................................$$250,000 (2) 2004 Volvo EC140B LC, 1448-2428 Hrs ......................$$60,000-$64,000 (2) 2006 Volvo EC140B LC, 1207-1234 Hrs ......................$$79,000-$80,000 2006 Volvo EC160B LC, 970 Hrs......................................................$$90,000 (2) 2007 Volvo EC210C LC, 602-1802 Hrs ......................$$90,000-$126,000 2007 Volvo EC240B LC, 2366 Hrs..................................................$$132,000 (2) 2008 Volvo EC240C LR, 611-1889 Hrs....................$$180,000-$190,000 2006 Volvo EC290B LC, 2043 Hrs..................................................$$140,000 (6) 2007 Volvo EC290B LC, 5-1772 Hrs ........................$$140,000-$180,000 2005 Volvo EC330B LC, 4435 Hrs..................................................$$171,600 2006 Volvo EC330B LC, 3591 Hrs..................................................$$140,000 (4) 2007 Volvo EC330B LC, 936-2007 Hrs ....................$$160,000-$203,000 2008 Volvo EC330CL, 1284 Hrs ....................................................$$205,000 (2) 2007 Volvo EC360B LC, 1094-1838 Hrs ..................$$165,000-$218,400 2003 Volvo EC460B LC, 6045 Hrs..................................................$$149,000 (4) 2007 Volvo EC460B LC, 1247-2745 Hrs ..................$$235,000-$301,600 2005 Volvo ECR58, 796 Hrs ............................................................$$45,000 2006 Volvo ECR58, 535 Hrs ............................................................$$49,000 (3) 2007 Volvo ECR58, 16-1795 Hrs ................................$$55,500-$39,000 2005 Volvo ECR88, 487 Hrs ............................................................$$68,000 2008 Volvo ECR88, 202 Hrs ............................................................$$87,000

WHEEL EXCAVATORS 2006 Volvo EW160B, 1175 Hrs ......................................................$$108,000 2008 Volvo EW210C, 539 Hrs ........................................................$$185,000

MINI EXCAVATORS (22) 2005 Volvo EC25, 25-47 Hrs........................................$$33,200-$34,000 2006 Volvo EC25, 25 Hrs ................................................................$$34,000 1998 Volvo EC35, 761 Hrs ..............................................................$$21,000 2004 Volvo EC35, 681 Hrs ..............................................................$$22,000 (5) 2006 Volvo EC35, 16-1992 Hrs....................................$$27,000-$37,500 (2) 2006 Volvo EC35A, 25-239 Hrs............................................$$37,500 Ea. 2006 Volvo EC45, 120 Hrs ..............................................................$$53,500 2006 Volvo EC45B, 83 Hrs ..............................................................$$47,200 2007 Volvo EC55B, 2025 Hrs ..........................................................$$40,000 (2) 2008 Volvo EC55B, 1794-1851 Hrs......................................$$48,000 Ea. (2) 2005 Volvo ECR28, 30-255 Hrs ..................................$$28,000-$33,000 (3) 2006 Volvo ECR38, 4-172 Hrs ....................................$$35,000-$39,500

ASPHALT/PAVING/CONCRETE EQUIP. 1999 Volvo PF161, 9711 Hrs ..........................................................$$27,000 2007 Volvo PF2181, 1034 Hrs ......................................................$$225,000

2007 Champion C86, 258 Hrs ........................................................$$109,000 2008 Champion C86A, 186 Hrs......................................................$$115,000 (4) 2007 Volvo G940, 357-1365 Hrs ............................$$168,500-$194,000 (5) 2008 Volvo G940, 784-1255 Hrs ............................$$165,000-$195,000

COMPACTION-COMBINATION 2007 Volvo CR30, 111 Hrs ..............................................................$$52,000

COMPACTION-PADFOOT 2007 Bomag BW145PDH-3, 157 Hrs ..............................................$$61,000 (2) 2007 Bomag BW177PDH-3, 130-222 Hrs....................$$72,000-$78,500 (2) 2007 Bomag BW211PD-40, 734-791 Hrs....................$$77,000-$79,000 2006 Volvo SD122F, 18 Hrs ............................................................$$97,000 2007 Volvo SD45F, 9 Hrs ................................................................$$69,000 2007 Volvo SD77DX, 152 Hrs ..........................................................$$72,500

COMPACTION-SMOOTH DRUM 2007 Bomag BW124DH-3, 3 Hrs......................................................$$51,000 2007 Bomag BW145D-3, 114 Hrs ....................................................$$53,000 2007 Bomag BW177D-3, 1621 Hrs ..................................................$$85,000 2007 Bomag BW211D-40, 460 Hrs ..................................................$$87,000 2006 Bomag BW213DH, 532 Hrs ....................................................$$82,000 2006 HypacC766C, 32 Hrs ............................................................$$101,000 2007 HypacC778B, 247 Hrs ..........................................................$$126,000 2002 HypacC784, 614 Hrs ..............................................................$$55,000 2007 HypacC815C, 1 Hrs ................................................................$$52,000 (2) 2007 HypacC830C, 5-98 Hrs........................................$$66,000-$86,000 (2) 2005 HypacC840C, 83-1128 Hrs..................................$$60,000-$67,000 2007 HypacC840C, 263 Hrs ............................................................$$91,000 1999 HypacC842C, 1 Hrs ..............................................................$$103,500 2008 Volvo DD118HF, 198 Hrs ......................................................$$146,000 (2) 2006 Volvo DD118HFA, 1984-2302 Hrs ..............................$$49,000 Ea. 2008 Volvo DD138HF, 1082 Hrs ....................................................$$128,000 2005 Volvo DD138HFA, 1255 Hrs ....................................................$$49,000 2008 Volvo DD16, 34 Hrs ................................................................$$32,000 2008 Volvo DD31HF, 1441 Hrs ........................................................$$38,000 2008 Volvo DD90HF, 402 Hrs ........................................................$$120,000 1999 Wacker RD25, 2498 Hrs............................................................$$8,000 (3) 2006 Volvo SD116DX, 809-1036 Hrs ........................$$75,000-$105,000 (6) 2007 Volvo SD116DX, 58-981 Hrs ............................$$80,000-$106,000 (2) 2005 Volvo SD122DX, 800-815 Hrs ............................$$94,000-$97,000 (2) 2007 Volvo SD77DX, 72-142 Hrs ........................................$$85,000 Ea.

OFF HIGHWAY TRUCKS 1998 Volvo A25C, 12427 Hrs ..........................................................$$63,000 1999 Volvo A25C, 10061 Hrs ..........................................................$$65,000 2003 Volvo A25D, 9780 Hrs ..........................................................$$138,000 2006 Volvo A25D, 2085 Hrs ..........................................................$$208,000 (12) 2007 Volvo A25D, 1272- 3771 Hrs ........................$$169,000-$290,000 (2) 2008 Volvo A25E, 1610-2420 Hrs............................$$230,000-$248,000 2003 Volvo A30D, 5113 Hrs ..........................................................$$235,000 2004 Volvo A30D, 7825 Hrs ..........................................................$$185,000 (2) 2006 Volvo A30D, 2875-4284 Hrs ..........................$$170,000-$220,000 (9) 2007 Volvo A30D, 2606-3757 Hrs ..........................$$196,000-$245,000 (2) 2006 Volvo A35D, 3466-4565 Hrs ..........................$$250,000-$275,000 (2) 2007 Volvo A35D, 2585-3070 Hrs ..........................$$245,000-$275,000 2004 Volvo A40D, 11345 Hrs ........................................................$$115,000 2005 Volvo A40D, 4866 Hrs ..........................................................$$205,000 2006 Volvo A40D, 7347 Hrs ..........................................................$$155,000 (9) 2007 Volvo A40D, 4176-5015 Hrs ..........................$$290,000-$400,000 (4) 2008 Volvo A40E, 2642-4942 Hrs............................$$345,000-$500,000

BACKHOE LOADERS (2) 2007 Volvo BL70, 173-1768 Hrs..................................$$55,000-$56,000

WHEEL LOADERS 2005 John Deere 244J, 3953 Hrs ....................................................$$35,000 1995 Cat 963F, 8447 Hrs..................................................................$$49,000 2008 Volvo L110F, 4450 Hrs ..........................................................$$136,000 2008 Volvo L120F, 824 Hrs ............................................................$$230,000 2008 Volvo L150F, 1237 Hrs ..........................................................$$270,000 (2) 2008 Volvo L20B, 548-649 Hrs............................................$$52,000 Ea. 2008 Volvo L220F, 2650 Hrs ..........................................................$$320,000 2007 Volvo L25, 1617 Hrs................................................................$$38,000 2005 Volvo L45B, 4070 Hrs ............................................................$$42,000 (2) 2005 Volvo L70E, 6164-14500 Hrs..............................$$50,000-$85,000 2004 Volvo L90E, 10364 Hrs............................................................$$86,000 2006 Volvo L90E, 10600 Hrs............................................................$$82,500 2007 Volvo L90F, 1739 Hrs ............................................................$$133,000

SKIDSTEERS 2004 Cat 247, 2375 Hrs ..................................................................$$17,000 2006 Volvo MC110B, 304 Hrs ..........................................................$$34,000 2005 Volvo MC80, 461 Hrs ..............................................................$$34,000 2004 ASV POSI-TRACK RC85, 783 Hrs............................................$$23,000

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

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SOUTHEAST EDITION Circulated Throughout

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CRAWLER LOADERS, DOZERS, UNDERCARRIAGES & PARTS

Be sure to check out this special section! Keep up to date with the latest information on crawler loaders, dozers, undercarriages and parts.

FEATURES…

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GEORGIA’S FLINT EQUIPMENT COMPANY ACQUIRES METRAC INC.

With the purchase of Metrac, Flint has expanded by six locations and has hired former members of the Metrac management and sales teams.

BOBCAT AND DOOSAN HOLD ‘DAWN OF NEW DAY’ DEMO IN LAKE CITY, GEORGIA

The event, coordinated by Two Rivers Marketing in Des Moines, Iowa, was titled “The Dawn of a New Day for Doosan and Bobcat” and was packed with machine and attachment presentations.

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BARNHART AGREES TO PURCHASE POWELL CRANE RENTAL DIVISION

The transaction was completed with little or no job disruption or displacement and will allow Powell to give greater focus and commitment to its core businesses.

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HYDREMA NAMES LOUISIANA MACHINERY NEW DEALER

A Caterpillar dealer with 21 locations throughout the state, Louisiana Machinery is well-positioned to promote the 912HM to its customer base.

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RITCHIE BROS. REELS IN MORE THAN 2,100 BIDDERS IN ORLANDO

Bidders came from 59 countries, including 48 U.S. states and all 10 Canadian provinces. More than 65 percent of the equipment and trucks went to buyers from outside the state.

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

2002 Deere 700H LGP, S/N 894995, 6022 Hrs, EROPS, A/C, Heat, Radio, Pat Blade, New Rails & Rollers 5/13/10 $57,500

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

2002 Komatsu PC300LC-7, S/N A85133, 6678 Hrs, A/C, Heat, Radio, Wide Pads, ACS Hyd Thumb, 2.91 CY Bkt ........$$92,500

2001 Case 9050B, S/N 501382, 4810 Hrs, A/C, Heat, 10,000 Lbs Hydo Khan Hammer #949 (Hammer Additional) $45,000

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

2002 Cat 953C, S/N 2ZN04790, 5340 Hrs, EROPS, A/C, Heat, GP Bkt, 90% New U/C ......................................$$59,000

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

2004 Cat 725, S/N AFX01139, 6590 Hrs, A/C, Heat, VGC ...... ................................................................................$$100,000

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Ga.’s Flint Equipment Company Acquires Metrac Inc. By Jennifer Hetrick EDITORIAL ASSISTANT

Flint Equipment Company announced the acquisition of Metrac Inc. as of June 4, 2010. Flint Equipment Co., which began in 1975 as a John Deere sales and service company in Albany, Ga., has since become a family of companies which also includes Albany Tractor Company and Flint Power Systems operating 26 offices in four states. With the purchase of Metrac, Flint has expanded by six locations and has hired former members of the Metrac management and sales teams. All six locations were open for business on June 7, following system conversions and employee training. Todd Smith has responsibility for Atlanta and Adairsville, Alex McGee will continue to manage Grovetown and also will take over responsibility for the Braselton location, Mike Henderson will continue to manage the Columbus, Ga. locations and Rick Cucci has come on-board to manage the Macon, Ga., location. Chris Cannon, president, purchased Flint Equipment Company in 2002, after spending 19 years as president of a Caterpillar dealership. The purchase of Metrac,

After the acquisition process was finalized, the previous Metrac corporate headquarters at 4500 Wendell Drive became the Atlanta branch facility for Flint Equipment Company based in Albany, Ga.

according to Cannon, “is a strategic move to align our dealerships by state, get the proper footprint to achieve the economies of scale required to succeed in today’s economy and achieve connecting our southern Georgia, Alabama and Florida markets to our Carolina market.” Cannon feels that current customers will benefit from “a larger contiguous market that allows us to

invest in the products, services and people to better serve our customers. A larger footprint allows us to provide our products and services at the least possible cost to our customers,” while former Metrac customers will see that, “we operate a very decentralized business whereby our local managers are trained and empowered to do whatever it takes to take care of our customers. We believe that

Operations managers for the six new Flint Equipment Company Georgia locations include (L-R) Rick Cucci, Macon, Ga.; Alex McGee, Grovetown and Braselton, Ga., branches; Todd Smith, Atlanta and Adairsville, Ga., branches; and Mike Henderson, Columbus, Ga.

selling equipment is important but the after sales support is what differentiates our company and products from our competition. People do business with people and we believe very strongly in building strong relationships with those that we serve.” In addition, the North Georgia agricultural industry will have the opportunity to work with Flint Equipment Company. “We cur-

rently have 10 John Deere agricultural locations in southern Georgia operating as Albany Tractor Company and also represent John Deere Power Systems though our Flint Power Systems in six southeast states and the Caribbean. Many of our Construction and Forestry customers utilize ag type tractors and engine products such as pumping units and generator sets so we look forward to assisting them with these fine products also,” Cannon said. As the new locations begin doing business, Cannon noted that, “This is a very difficult time to be expanding our business but we have the utmost confidence in the ability of our people to not only handle integrating the Metrac operations, but also to successfully operate our new operations during these difficult times. The Cruikshank family has done a superb job taking care of this market for almost 40 years and we shall do all in our power to continue this fine tradition. We are very grateful to our partners at John Deere for this unique opportunity.” (This story also can be found on Construction Equipment Guide’s Web site at www.constructionequipmentguide.com.) CEG

During one of the June 5 transition meetings in Atlanta, Lamar Jones (standing), general parts manager, Flint Equipment Company, assembles the product support representatives to discuss the exciting new opportunities for the team.


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LATE MODEL EQUIPMENT from RW Moore BACKHOES

EXCAVATORS

2004 John Deere 310SG, #U003296, 1857 hours, 4X4, CAB/AC, MP bucket, couplers, 2 rear buckets ........................................................................$$48,900 1994 John Deere 310D, #U003295, 2385 hours, GP bucket, 2WD......$$17,500 2006 John Deere 310SG, #U03291, 2458 hours, ROPS, 4X4, MP bucketm 24” rear bucket, 2 LVR ..........................................................................$$38,500

2004 John Deere 120C, #U044047, 3646 hours, Mech thumb, 36” bucket ...... ..............................................................................................................$$95,000 2004 John Deere 120C, #U044049, 5667 hours, Mech thumb, 36” bucket ...... ..............................................................................................................$$57,000 2008 John Deere 135D, #U044055, 203 hours ..................................$$140,000 2006 John Deere 160C LC, #U045022, 1858 hours, Mech thumb, PT warranty until 2/16/11 or 5000 hrs ......................................................................$$92,300 2005 John Deere 160C LC, #U045023, 4354 hours, Mech thumb, 42” bucket ..............................................................................................................$$90,000 2006 John Deere 160C LC, #U045026, 1318 hours, Mech thumb, 42” bucket ..............................................................................................................$$80,000 2006 John Deere 200CLC, #U046222, 4378 hours, Hyd thumb, PT warranty until 4/19/11 ..........................................................................................$$87,000 2009 John Deere 200DLC, #U046228, 252 hours, Excellent! Like NEW .......... ............................................................................................................$$169,475 2006 John Deere 200C LC, #U046231, 2495 hours, 50’ Long Reach Front...... ............................................................................................................$$129,850 2005 John Deere 200C LC, #U046232, 3919 hours, Hyd Thumb ........$$73,250 2007 John Deere 200C LC, #U046234, 2085 hours, Hyd thumb ...................... ............................................................................................................$$109,000 2003 John Deere 330C LC, #U048035, 7110 hours ............................$$92,000

DOZERS 2005 John Deere 544J, #U035078, 3919 Hrs, Powerlell w/Coupler & Bkt ..............................................$$68,000

2004 John Deere 650H , #U026055, 3667 hours ROPS, LGP..............$$36,500 2006 John Deere 650J, #U026059, 4683 hours, ROPS, LGP, 24” pads, 120” blade ......................................................................................................$$41,000 2006 John Deere 700J, #U027061, 2422 hours, ROPS, LGP, PT warranty until 4/12/11 ..................................................................................................$$81,500 2007 John Deere 700J, #U027065, 2037 hours, CAB/AC, LGP PT warranty until 7/13/10 ........................................................................................$$105,000 2005 John Deere 700J, #U027071, 3591 hours, ROPS, LGP 132” blade.......... ..............................................................................................................$$69,500 2007 Caterpillar D3G, #U029146, 973 hours, CAB/AC, LGP................$$59,000 2005 Caterpillar D5N, #U029147, 5058 hours, ROPS, LGP ................$$55,000 2005 Caterpillar D6R, #U029151, 9704 hours, CAB/AC, LGP, 6 way balde ...... ..............................................................................................................$$95,000

ROLLERS 2008 John Deere 120D, #U044054, 800 Hrs, 36” Bkt....................$$94,250

2006 Sakai SV201TB, #UR20000, 1050 hours, 54” padfoot roller ......$$31,500 2006 Sakai SV201TB, #UR20001, 938 hours, 54” padfoot roller ........$$32,400 2007 Sakai SV505T, #UR50000, 632 hours, 84” padfoot roller ..........$$69,900

ARTIC TRUCKS 2005 John Deere 250D, #UT25013, 4764 hours, 25 ton MT, PT warranty until 5/22/10 ................................................................................................$$135,000 2005 John Deere 250D, #UT25014, 5074 hours, 25 ton MT ..............$$94,000 2005 John Deere 400D, #UT40024, 6507 hour, 40 ton MT ..............$$164,000 2006 John Deere 400D, #UT40025, 4055 hours, 40 ton MT ............$$165,000

WHEEL LOADERS 2005 John Deere 544J, #U035075, 2133 hours, HiViz Coupler, bucket, PT ...... ..............................................................................................................$$88,000 2008 John Deere 544J, #U035080, 1831 hours, foam filled tires, PT warranty until 5/23/11 ........................................................................................$$117,500 2005 John Deere 544J, #U035081, 5820 hours, Cab, Z-bar, 1.3 yd bucket ...... ..............................................................................................................$$67,500 2002 John Deere TC62H, #U036073, 6853 hours, bucket, coupler & forks...... ..............................................................................................................$$69,000

Call John Mooney (919) 815-5405 or Email: jmooney@rwmoore.com

2003 John Deere 200C L C , #U046226, 5512 Hrs w/Mech Thumb & Aux Hyd ............................$$63,000

2007 NorAm 65E Motorgrader, #U59500, 173 Hrs, ROPS......$$69,500

2000 John Deere 250C, #UT25015, 25 Ton MT, 7832 Hrs ............$$36,500

2004 Takeuchi TB175, #UC20005, 2618 Hrs, Cab, Dozer Blade & Hyd Thumb ..................................$$29,500

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Offer Ends 8/31/2010. Some restrictions may apply, so see your dealer for complete details and other financing options. Subject to approved credit on John Deere Credit Installment Plan.

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When You Buy Equipment From Cleveland Brothers,

You’re Buying More Than Just Iron!

$104,500

$42,000 2005 Cat 420D Backhoe Loader, SMU: 5500, ID# UP113356N, S/N 0FDP25512, EROPS, EStick, A/C, 5 Function Hydraulics, Std. Coupler, Std. Shift, AWD Controls, 1250# Counterweight, Ride Control, Flip Over Stabillizer Pads

$86,000

2008 Cat CS54 Compactor, SMU: 2489, ID# UP10849N, S/N 0C5R00101, ROPS/FOPS, Single Drum, Vibratory, Smooth, Susp. Seat, Flotation Tires 80%, 2315 Hrs

$76,900 2002 Cat D6M XL Track Tractor, SMU: 12653, ID# UT11221N, S/N 03WN03160, EROPS, Ether Starting Aids, 6 Cab Mtd. Lights, U/C @ 12,518 Hrs @ 90%, D6N Blade Repaired, Repaired Trans. Engine Wiring Harness & Windshield

$91,900

$65,000

$26,000

1999 Cat 963C Track Loader, SMU: 12087, ID# UP8358N, S/N 02ZN02224, Cab w/AC, Waste Handling, 3rd Valve, 4 Lights, Trash Radiator, GP Bkt, Long Tip Teeth, 20” Trek Track & Segs. 85%, Hr. Meter Broken - ECM, Cat U/C 50%, 12,041 Hrs, Cat 3116 Engine

1999 Cat IT28G Wheel Loaer, Cab w/A/C, Ride Control, Wheel Steering, Extra Ctwt, 4 Valve, 3 Lever Hydraulics, 20.5R25 Tires @ 14,037 Hrs, 40%, All Bridgestone, Forks w/Top Clamp

2004 Cat D6R LGP DS Tractor, SMU: 8342, ID# UT97848N, S/N 0ADE00464, Cat C9 Dsl. Eng, Cab w/AC, S Tilt 13’ Blade, Wired for GPS Sys Waste Handler w/Flex Air Fan, Ripper, Hyd Ctrl, Lines to Rear, Oil Change Sys., Rear Striker Bars, U/C 85% @ 7992 Hrs, 36” Track

2006 Cat 307CSB Compact Excavator, SMU: 2024, ID# ULP10499N, S/N 08NE01285, Cab, Plumbed for Hammer, 48” Bkt, 18” Rubber Track, U/C @ 1931 Hrs, 80%

$95,000

1973 Manitowoc 4600 Dragline, SMU: 1700, ID# UC11421, S/N 46284, 140’ Boom, Powered by Cat D379, Det. Light Plant, 7 Yd Esco Bkt, Incl. Spare Bkt, New Motor w/1700 Hrs

$60,000

2002 Cat D6M XL Track Tractor, SMU: 10135, ID# UT10834N, S/N 03WN03167, Cat 3116 Eng, EROPS, A/C, PAT Blade, Cwt, Fingertip Steer, U/C @ 10,108 Hrs, 22” Shoes 60%, Links 40% Bushings 50%, Not Turned, Segments 60%, Idlers 80%, Rollers 35%, Carriers 50%, Rebuilt Eng./Torque

$94,000

1996 Cat 950F II Wheel Loader, SMU: 6014, ID# UP10692N, S/N 09TK02579, EROPS, A/C, GP Bkt, Steering Wheel, 23.5x25 Tires @ 5797 Hrs, 80%

$48,000

$30,000

$325,000

2000 Cat 953C Track Type Loader, SMU: 9438, ID# UT11502N, EROPS, A/C, GP Bkt, 2-Stick Hyd. Control, 15” DG U/C @ 9453 Hrs, Needs Replaced

$173,000

$62,000

1985 Cat 824C Wheel Loader, SMU: 8043, ID# UP11574N, S/N 085X01169, EROPS, A/C, Wheel Steering, Tires @ 7947 Hrs, 29.5R25 XHA Michelin AII, RF 56%, LF 52%, RR 52%, LR 48%

1989 Cat D9N Track Type Tractor, SMU: 34792, ID# UT10737N, S/N 01JD01620, U/C @ 34,773 Hrs, 27” Shoes 60%, Links 30%, Segments 50%, Front Idlers 15% & 44%, Rear Idlers 65%, Rollers 50%

1998 Cat 345BL Hyd. Excavator, SMU: 10092, ID# UT11475N, S/N 04SS00501, Cab, A/C, 1 Pc. Boom, 48” Bkt, 11’2” Stk, Travel Pedal, Cwt. Rem. Device, U/C @ 10,052 Hrs, 36” TG Shoes 85%, Bushings 75%, Not Turned, Links 85%, Segs 75%, Idlers 55%, Rollers 65%, Carriers 70%, Repairs: Hyds. Repaired @ 9979 Hrs, Stick & Link Bore

$61,900 1999 Cat IT28G Wheel Loader, SMU: 7803, ID# UT10462N, S/N 08CR02025, Cat 3116 Eng, EROPS, Std. Front, Wheel Steering, Autoshift, CB Built 2.5 Cu. Yd. Bkt, 20.5R25 Tires @ 7541 Hrs, 70%

$52,000

1997 Cat 938F Wheel Loader, SMU: 3479, ID# UP11429N, S/N 01KM02323, EROPS, A/C, GP Bkt, Wheel Steering, Tires @ 2347 Hrs, 20.5R25 Michelins 60%, Rebuilt Trans/TC on 1/19/10, Front Fenders Repairs, Repaired Safety Items

$75,000

2004 Cat D4G XL Track Tractor, SMU: 5776, ID# UP10570N, S/N 0HYD00565, Cat 3406 Eng, EROPS, Drawbar, A/C, PAT Blade, Joystick Steer, U/C @ 5622 Hrs, 18” Shoes @ 80%, Bushings 70%, Not Turned, Links 75%, Segments 80%, Idlers 90%, Rollers 55%, Carriers 55%

2003 Cat 314CLCR Hyd. Excavator, SMU: 3254, ID# UT10271N, S/N 0PCA00169, EROPS, A/C, 36” Bkt, 8’2” Stick, Aux. Hyd, Plumbed to Stick for Hammer, Coupler Has Lines for Rear Blade, U/C @ 2939 Hrs @ 65% Remain, Not Turned

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Contact: Tel: Fax: Email:

Walt Kay 540/309-1709 540/389-6507 walter.kay@RSCrental.com

RSC Equipment Rental SCISSORS

C O M PA C T I O N

2004 GENIE GS1930, SCISSOR LIFT-15-19' DC, S/N GS300464946, UNIT #506376........................................$3,535 2005 JLG 2032E2, SCISSOR LIFT-20' DC-30-34", S/N 0200138716, UNIT #580396 ..........................................$5,294 2005 GENIE GS2032, SCISSOR LIFT-20' DC-30-34", S/N GS320576098, UNIT #581686 ................................$5,367 2004 SKYJACK SJIII-3226, SCISSOR LIFT-26' DC-30-32", S/N 272214, UNIT #515905 ..................................................$5,782 2005 GENIE GS2646, SCISSOR LIFT-25-26' DC-46-68", S/N GS460563998, UNIT #564334........................................$6,051 2005 SKYJACK SJIII-4632, SCISSOR LIFT-30-34' DC-46-69", S/N 711485, UNIT #541377............................................$9,295

2005 MULTIQUIP MRH800GS, ROLLER-SMOOTH-DD-1500# 26”, S/N N4034, UNIT #588093......................................$6.490 2005 WACKER RT82-SC, W/B ROLLER-PADFOOT-3000#, S/N 5549433, UNIT #548636..................................................$6,932 2005 WACKER RT820, W/B ROLLER-PADFOOT-3000#, S/N 5599982, UNIT #585071 ................................................$7,967 2005 WACKER RT56-SC, W/B ROLLER-PADFOOT-3000#, S/N 5569442, UNIT #565640 ................................................$8,091 2005 IR SD45D-COMBO, R/O ROLLER-VIB-SD 5T 54”, S/N 182289, UNIT #555319 ................................................$22,844

BOOM LIFTS 1999 GENIE Z45/25-DF-4WD, ART BOOM LIFT-45-49'-4WD, S/N Z452511256, UNIT #286953..................................$15,804 1998 JLG 601S-D-4WD, STR BOOM LIFT-60-64'-4WD, S/N 0300037612, UNIT#248700..........................................$16,896 2004 JLG E300AJP-NAR, ART BOOM LIFT-30-34'-2WD DC, S/N 0300079224, UNIT #517940 ........................................$17,525 2002 TEREX TB85-D-4WD, STR BOOM LIFT-85-89'-4WD, S/N 2660012, UNIT #7602108 ............................................$24,199 2005 JLG E400AN-NAR, ART BOOM LIFT-40-44'-2WD DC, S/N 0300081644, UNIT #541391 ........................................$24,530 2002 GENIE S85-DF-4WD, STR BOOM LIFT-85-89'-4WD, S/N S853354, UNIT #439174 ..............................................$35,696

G E N E R AT O R S 2005 MULTIQUIP DCA10SPX3, GENERATOR-10-14 KW, S/N 3763449, UNIT #584432 ................................................$5,448 2004 MULTIQUIP DCA45USIC, GENERATOR-30-39 KW, S/N 8200424, UNIT #529066 ................................................$8,816

FORKLIFTS 2005 DAEWOO G25E, IND FORKLIFT-5000 LB, S/N GA00539, UNIT #563670 ..............................................................$10,696 2004 DAEWOO D35S, IND FORKLIFT-8000-9000 LB, S/N FZ00026, UNIT #513074 ..............................................$16,056 2004 GEHL RS5, RCH FORKLIFT-6000 LB 20-34', S/N RS5JV1211568, UNIT #539392....................................$20,259 2003 JLG G9-43A, RCH FORKLIFT-9,000 LB 35-45', S/N 0160002173, UNIT #473963..................................$21,135 2004 GEHL RS6, RCH FORKLIFT-6000 LB 35-39',S/N RS6JV0213064, UNIT #489226....................................$23,249 2004 LULL 644E-42, RCH FORKLIFT-6000 LB 40-45', S/N 0160003168, UNIT #484162 ........................................$29,114 2004 GRADALL 534D9-45, RCH FORKLIFT-9000 LB 35-45', S/N 0160003937, UNIT #499455 ........................................$31,734 2005 GEHL DL8L-42-CAB-HTR, RCH FORKLIFT-8000 LB 3545', S/N 8L42JW0135516, UNIT# 541583 ..................$37,394 2004 SKYTRAK 10054, RCH FORKLIFT-10000 LB 40-55, S/N 0160004344, UNIT #508084 ........................................$39,682

540/309-1709

2005 BOBCAT S220, SKIDSTEER LOADER-1851-2200 LB, S/N 526215460, UNIT #590851 ........ ...................................... $17,325

2004 DEERE 550H-LT CRAWLER DOZER, 75-84HP-STD TRACK, S/N T0550HX937358, UNIT $31,747 #512419 ........................$

2005 WACKER RT82-SC, W/B ROLLER-PADFOOT-3000, S/N 5593138, UNIT #581593............ $6,932 ........................................$

2004 DEERE 310G D/L-CABBACKHOE-4WD 18-20’ EXT/CAB, S/N T0310GX941817, UNIT $34,883 #531900........................$

2004 JLG G9-43A, RCH FORKLIFT-9000 LB 35-45', S/N 0160003850, UNIT #505796 ...... $29,561 ......................................$

2005 IHI 35N MINI EXCAVATOR, 10-10.9' DEPTH, S/N WM000642, UNIT #545200 ...... $15,485 ....................................$ ©2009 RSC Equipment Rental Inc.


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Bobcat and Doosan Hold ‘Dawn of New Day’Demo inLake City,Georgia

B

obcat and Doosan held a media event June 3 at the Lake City, Ga., branch of Bobcat to introduce several new models to the press and sales representatives. The event, coordinated by Two Rivers Marketing in Des Moines, Iowa, was titled “The Dawn of a New Day for Doosan and Bobcat” and was packed with machine and attachment presentations and plenty of time for hands-on machine demo time. Some machines displayed to the media are yet to be introduced for sale.

A packed busload of media representatives converged on Lake City, Ga., and the branch facility of Bobcat of Atlanta, which hosted this year’s Bobcat Doosan new product presentations and demonstrations.

During the product presentations, Bobcat’s product marketing manager, Bryan Zent, opens up a Bobcat E45 compact excavator to show the total accessibility of the machine’s components. Showing the versatility of a Bobcat E35 with a rotating grapple attachment, which is a perfect match for placing landscape boulders, is Jason Buchholz, excavator product trainer of Bobcat, West Fargo, N.D.

Doosan Sales Training Manager Bill Metzgar (R), based in Atlanta, Ga., provides final instructions to one of the press representatives on operating the recently introduced Doosan DL 420 wheel loader. Boasting more power and other upgrades, the new DL420 now replaces the DL400 model. Construction Equipment Guide’s Kent Hogeboom (in cab) gets a few operating pointers from Bobcat’s Justin Odegaard before testing his operating skills on a soon to be released Bobcat track machine.

Ready and waiting for the next group to demo one of the four all-new Bobcat utility vehicles (L-R) are Rob Gilles, Lance Mathern and Brad Claus of Bobcat, West Fargo, N.D.

Better than spending the day in the office, a press representative enjoys a leisurely “spin” around the demonstration track behind the wheel of a Bobcat 3400 4-wheel drive utility vehicle.

Gaining more information on the Doosan Moxy product line is Christina Schave of Two Rivers Marketing in Des Moines, Iowa. Ed Harseim, Doosan SE district manager points out some of the features of the Doosan Moxy MT41 articulated truck including overall haul capacity and some of the features of the tandem axles.

Monitoring the progress of an operator of the new Doosan DX140 LCR excavator is Chad Ellis (R), Doosan product manager, Atlanta, Ga. The reduced tail swing machine makes it more versatile for working in congested job sites and close to buildings and walls.


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Hydrema US., Inc. welcomes Louisiana Machinery! ...as our new Dealer in Louisiana!

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U.S. Shoring & Equipment Co. is the Genesis Dealer for Florida. In Stock GXP 660R MAXX Mounted on R360LC-7

Attachments in Stock and Ready to Install: • LXP 400 with Pulverizer, Cracker and Shear Jaws. • GDR 200 Hydraulic Demolition Attachment • GXP 500R Shear • GXP 400R Shear

In Inventory, Mounted and Ready to Work: In Stock GVP 7 Mounted on R80-7

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The Southeast’s Premier Crane Dealer. Ring Power Crane offers premier machines from America’s leading crane manufacturers, including Manitowoc, Grove, National Crane, Broderson, Manitex and Tadano Boom Trucks and serves from the Southeastern United States to the Caribbean and Latin America.

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

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

2004 Bobcat 331, 1125 Hrs................ ..............................................$17,900

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

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

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

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

2007 Bobcat S175, 410 hours, factory warranty, s/n 15797 ............................................................................................$$18,500 2008 Bobcat S175, 280 hours, factory warranty, s/n 17412 ............................................................................................$$19,500 2008 Bobcat S250, 360 hours, factory warranty, s/n 17057 ............................................................................................$$26,900 2007 Bobcat S300, 1450 hours, factory warranty, s/n 13572 ..........................................................................................$$21,900

2007 Bobcat T300, Cab, Heat, Air, Keyless, Power Bobtach, Bucket, New Tracks & Sprockets, 795 Hrs ....$31,500

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Barnhart Agrees to Purchase Powell Crane Rental Division Barnhart Crane & Rigging and Powell Companies have reached a definitive agreement under which Barnhart will purchase Powell’s crane rental division, which has locations in Knoxville and Johnson City, Tenn. Powell’s crane rental division has served the Tri-Cities and surrounding areas for 40 years. Powell’s other companies consist of Coal and Minerals Processing engineering/construction, Steel Erectors services, Decanter Machines Inc., and Powell Technologies. This transaction was completed with little or no job disruption or displacement and will allow Powell to give greater focus and commitment to its core businesses, according to the company. With this agreement, Powell’s former crane rental division customers will now be working with one of the nation’s leading crane, heavy rigging and heavy transportation companies. Currently, Barnhart has 23 branches nationwide, including offices in Knoxville and Kingsport, and has one of the nation’s largest equipment inventories including

electronic steer Goldhofer trailers, cranes to 1,760 tons (1,597 t), sliding systems, strand jacks, and the Modular Lift Tower system. “We feel like this is a win/win for everyone involved,” said Alan Barnhart, CEO of Barnhart. “This agreement will give our current customers access to a larger equipment inventory. As for the former customers of Powell’s Crane Division, we are going to work hard to build a relationship with them and earn their business. In the end we think they will be very pleased with multitude of new services and equipment we can provide.” Barnhart Crane & Rigging, established in 1969, is a leading national supplier of heavy lifting and transportation solutions. The company has locations across the United State and provides logistics, machinery moving and plant relocations. Barnhart’s quality management system is certified to the ISO 9001:2008 international standard and has been registered since 2000. For more information, visit www.barnhartcrane.com.


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New Jobs, Revitalization of Area Part of Project’s Impact KROC from page 1

ter campus centers on the one main building and a 10,000 sq. ft. structure that will house the First Stop Family Service Center, which will provide housing, food and clothing assistance, child care needs, as well as veterans and government benefits. In addition, the Kroc Center will include a state-ofthe-art recreational facility with cardio equipment, a pool, aqua therapy, basketball courts, outdoor running trails and studio space for yoga and aerobics. It also will serve as a center for the arts, with a 400-seat theater complete with an orchestra pit, available for rehearsals and performances. Music classrooms, office, meeting and storage space for local arts groups are included in the plans as well. The Kroc Center also will conduct weekly worship services. “It’s extremely fulfilling, because this is definitely one of the largest projects going on in this area,” said Salvation Army Community Relations Director Derek Dugan. “We’re at just over 20 percent of completion right now. So far there haven’t been any rain delays or surprises, other than having to reroute a sewer line. I can watch the progress each day right from my office window, and it’s very rewarding to see what’s happening.” The Ray and Joan Kroc Corps Community Center contains more than 100,000 sq. ft. of programming space, including a 77,000 sq. ft. complex situated on a 17-acre site in the mill community of Harrisburg, Ga. The total investment, including a permanent operating endowment, will be $98 million. When finished, the Center will provide facilities, programs and services for youngsters, adults and senior citizens. Putting People to Work “The Kroc Center is an extremely important project for Augusta and the Central Savannah River Area from a construction standpoint,” explained Chuck McRee, director of pre-construction services for general contractor RWAllen LLC , headquartered in Augusta, Ga. “It’s putting local contractors to work in a very difficult economic time. Right now the project team is performing very well and is currently on schedule. We broke ground February 15, 2010 and will complete the project in July 2011.” McRee added, “We are excited and proud to be a part of helping the Salvation Army expand their mission to serve the community, and to be a part of Augusta’s revitalization efforts.There are several aspects to this project.” “The First Stop Village, which is located on the same property as the Kroc center, consists of several relocated house structures. There’s a new 12,000 square foot building to host various social service representatives. The major structure onsite is the Kroc Center itself, which is approximately 70,000 square

feet. The facility houses an indoor/outdoor water park/pool, weight training areas, gymnasium and community events hall, along with a commercial kitchen and administrative space.” One of the biggest challenges of the project, said McRee, is the construction of the water park/pool. “The water park includes a slide feature that exits and re-enters the building and empties into the indoor pool. The location and coordination of this slide feature is extremely critical. The pool subcontractor also wants the structure completed prior to their mobilization so that all the other trades are out of the way for the pool/slide installation.”

The site of the Kroc Center’s future gymnasium. The church in the background was built in 1880 and will be renovated as part of the Kroc Center campus.

Equipment on the project includes all-terrain forklifts, along with hydraulic excavators, tractor pulled scrapers, self-propelled scrapers and heavy dump trucks. Various personnel lifts also will be used to access elevated work. “The Center is being constructed on vacant property and there should be no impact on traffic other than some minor traffic control issues in areas where we are making curb cuts onto Broad Street and Eve Street,” McRee continued. The most timeconsuming operation on the project will be CMU and brick masonry construction, along with completion of the stainless steel pool/slide/water park features.” “The building, which will have a brick veneer finish, is a single story structure consisting of load bearing CMU masonry with steel trusses and steel bar joists. The roof is a combination of metal roof panels and a single-ply roof system,” concluded McRee. Mid-State Masonry Contractors Inc., Columbia, S.C., serves as a subcontractor for the project. “We started work at this site about seven weeks ago,” explained Mid-State Masonry owner Joel Temples. “One thing that has been a great advantage to us has been the use

of the Hydro-Mobile Scaffolding System, which has allowed our productivity to increase by at least 10 percent beyond what we had figured for this job. We have six months remaining on this project.” “The biggest obstacle has been trying to mobilize and man the project so quickly after being awarded the project. We are happy to be a part of the Salvation Army Kroc Center, as our company shares the same values,” said Temples.

Center that will provide connections for people in need to dozens of social agencies all in one place. The main challenge for the architectural firm was dealing with this historically significant site. “It dates to the Revolution. We worked closely with The Augusta Canal Authority, Historic Augusta and Augusta Tomorrow to ensure our building design and its placement on the site are respective of the Sibley Mill, King Mill, Ezekiel Harris House and an Undisturbed History open grassy area known as Chaffee Park, In addition to site work and masonry which is situated next to the Augusta Canal.” walls, many of the houses acquired for the Seven cottages dating to around 1900 project had to be renovated and are being were located on the site of the main building. Fortunately, they were in relatively sound condition and were moved one block to the east, where they will be clustered together in a village to provide support spaces for the First Stop social services center. According to Augusta Mayor Deke Copenhaver, “The Kroc Center represents a nearly $100 million investment in Augusta’s historic Harrisburg neighborhood, and I fully expect it to be a transformational project for that area of the city. “Having studied the halo effect to the surrounding area experienced in other cities through the development of these facilities,” Copenhaver explained, “I feel very confident the Kroc Center will draw further investment into the area while serving as a catalyst to our ongoing revitalization efforts. The architecture of the facility being developed with the historic nature of the surrounding neighborhood in Work has begun on the gymnasium, which will fea- mind will help to further ture basketball courts, workout space and studios strengthen the image and sense for yoga and aerobics. of place of the surrounding community.” used as offices and training facilities. The construction project has created more Keeping the work respectful of the area’s than 100 jobs so far, and Dugan agreed that history also has been extremely important. the overall economic impact could be sub“We acquired a church dating back to stantial in the long run. 1880 on the corner of the property and “Kroc Centers tend to be located in lowerdirectly across from the two historic mills,” income areas with higher-income surroundsaid Dugan. “We’ve always been sensitive to ings. This project can inspire other developthe historic nature of this district. Building ment. This beautiful area has been neglected the Kroc Center is a way to restore and ren- over the years and it’s long overdue for a ovate these important structures.” transformation.” Richard Fletcher, a partner with Dugan added, “I’m amazed by what’s takCheatham, Fletcher, Scott Architects, ing place. I never thought we’d be here, to be Augusta, Ga., viewed the project as a unique quite honest. This will be a single location opportunity. The design process, he added, where all the community can gather to learn, was truly a team effort. work out and be exposed to the arts under “We searched nationwide for a partner one roof. It’s going to be a truly remarkable with experience in recreation projects and place for the residents of Augusta to experifound Barker, Rinker, Seacat Architecture in ence.” Denver. They led the charge in planning the (This story also can be found on Kroc Center, while we worked to make the Construction Equipment Guide’s Web site massing relate to the historical architecture at www.constructionequipmentguide.com.) of Augusta. Cheatham, Fletcher, Scott CEG Architects also designed the First Stop


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Hydrema Inc. a supplier of high-technology, earth-moving equipment, announced that Louisiana Machinery will be an authorized dealer of the Hydrema 912HM-model dump truck in Louisiana. A Caterpillar dealer with 21 locations throughout the state, Louisiana Machinery is well-positioned to promote the 912HM to its customer base, according to Hydrema. “Louisiana Machinery’s reputation and its extensive presence throughout the state made the company the ideal choice for a dealer relationship,” said Kresten Binder, executive vice president of Hydrema, U.S. “And because the 912HM has been part of their rental fleet, they’ve had first-hand experience with the model’s unique features and are able to communicate that value to their customers.” Introduced this year, the 912HM offers a level of versatility rarely seen in a dump truck. With its articulated pivot steer chassis, the 912HM is able to travel off road and onto work sites that other trucks can’t reach. Once onsite, it features a low turning radius and side-dumping capabilities that allow it to perform in tight spaces. The chassis design also minimizes ground contact while main-

taining traction at all times, enhancing operator safety and making it an ideal vehicle for rough terrain or delicate surfaces, according to the manufacturer. In addition to performance and safety, the 912HM’s design takes the operator’s comfort into consideration with a completely redesigned cab suspension system and cruise control. About The Hydrema Group A/S Hydrema is a modern, international group of companies that develops, manufactures and markets high-technology earthmoving equipment that is headquartered in Støvring, Denmark. The Hydrema Group is a major supplier of high-output hydraulic earth-moving equipment capable of undertaking a wide variety of field engineering tasks. For more information, visit www.hydrema.com. About Louisiana Machinery Headquartered in Reserve, La., Louisiana Machinery is a full-line Caterpillar dealer. For more information, visit www.louisianamachinery.com.


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Using a mobile conveyor to stockpile material has many benefits: • Reduced operating costs (fuel and labor) as the loader operator does not need to be continuously moving material from under the conveyor (sometimes the need for a second loader is totally removed) • Greater operating efficiency - less rehandling of product and more focus on feeding the processing plant and loading trucks • Natural stockpile capacity increased • No contamination of product - often caused through re-handling • More environmentally friendly than a loader • Easy to move around work site

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NASA’s John F. Kennedy Space Center (KSC) in Florida has been the departure gate for every American-manned space mission and numerous scientific spacecraft for more than 40 years. Over the years, it has been home to popular ventures such as the Space Shuttle and the International Space Station. As the workhorse of the space center, the payload processing facility is an important part of any space operation. One such payload processing facility is the vertical processing facility (VPF), which is currently being demolished by Melbourne, Fla.-based Frank-Lin Excavating Inc., as part of a demolition contract that will take down several structures at KSC. Speegle Construction II Inc., Cocoa, Fla., is the prime contractor on the project with its president, Lu Anne Willis, directly involved with the project on a daily basis. Sunrise Systems of Brevard Inc., Cocoa, Fla., is the abatement contractor with Vice President Mark Ancona directly supervising the project. Frank-Lin Excavating is the demolition subcontractor and began work on the $710,000 contract on Jan. 19. In addition to demolition of the VPF, which has hosted many popular assemblies including the Hubble Space Telescope and the Mars

Two bridge cranes, 25 tons (22.5 t) and 12 tons (10.8 t), were linked in order to provide a lift capability of 35 tons (31.5 t).

As Frank-Lin works on the demolition, the building is “skinned” and the steel beams are exposed.

A Volvo A-25 off-highway truck with a 4,500-gal. (17,034 L) dropin water tank hard at work on the site.

Reconnaissance Orbiter, other structures to be demolished include the original mission control building, according to Pete Charamut, president of Frank-Lin Excavating. “The VPF is the first shuttle-related facility to be demolished,” explained Charamut. “The building was removed from service somewhere in 2006.” The VPF was designed to accommodate all vertically processed payloads and consists of an environmentally-controlled high bay and airlock and single-story support facilities along the sides of the high bay. Dimensions include a high bay area with a ceiling height of 105 ft. (32 m) and usable floor space measuring 10,153 sq. ft. (914 sq m). Equipment enters the airlock through a door that is 71 ft. (22 m) tall and 24 ft. (7.3 m) wide. Additionally, access to the high bay from the airlock is through a door that is 71 ft. (22 m) tall and 38 ft. (11.6 m) wide. The facility also contains two payload workstands with six fixed platforms that provide access to the payloads in the high bay. Two bridge cranes, 25 tons (22.5 t) and 12 tons (10.8 t), were linked in order to provide a lift capability of 35 tons (31.5 t). “Regardless of where the upper stages are mated to their spacecraft,” Charamut stated, see FRANK-LIN page 27

A Cat 330CL with LXP-300 shear sitting in air lock area and Cat 365 UHD sitting in platform area.


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Material Diversion Program Lessens Project’s Impact on KSC’s Landfill

A Cat 365 UHD removing a 105-ft. (32 m) service structure. FRANK-LIN from page 26 impact on the landfill,” Charamut said. A Cat 330 with a Genesis LXP-300 loading the trailer dump. Once demolished, the He expects there to be less than 600 tons construction and demolition material will go to Kennedy Space Center’s landfill. “the entire space shuttle payload is eventual(540 t) of construction and demolition mately assembled in a single VPF workstand.” Charamut described the equipment he has rial that will actually go to the landfill. “Our diversion program on a commercial gathered on the project site, including a Cat 330 CL excavator with a Genesis LXP-300 facility like the VPF will keep us in the 85 processor (shear and concrete cracker) and a percent recycled range,” he stated. What’s more, the concrete will be downKobelco SK 330 excavator with thumb attachment. Also being used are a Volvo A- sized and hauled to the KSC diverted aggre25 off-highway truck with a For the best in Ingersoll Rand drop-in 4,500 gal. (17,100 L) water tank, a Cat 928 loader portable equipment give us a call. with a grapple bucket, and a “We anticipate approximately 8,000 • Generators • Shooting Boom Bobcat 300 skid steer loader. tons of concrete will be recycled and Another piece of Cat equipment Forklifts • Light Towers being used is a 321 excavator reused on future NASA projects.” • Portable Dust • Dehumidifiers with thumb attachment. Collectors • Oil-Free A Trailstar trailer and a Pete Charamut • Diesel & Electric Compressors Kenworth W900L truck also Frank-Lin Excavating Compressors are being utilized by Frank-Lin. • Straight Mast Furthermore, Charamut said Forklifts he has rented a Cat 365 ultra gate recycled concrete yard while ferrous high reach equipped with a Genesis LXP- and nonferrous metals will be recycled at 200 shear attachment from Kuhn Equipment Trademark Metals Recycling LLC, which Sales, Summerville, S.C. Frank-Lin has has numerous locations in Florida. been doing business with Kuhn since 2007. “There is approximately 800 tons of steel “This was the only high reach that had the that will be recycled.” Charamut continued. ability to complete our project,” said “We anticipate approximately 8,000 tons of Charamut. “This machine gave us the ability concrete will be recycled and reused on to reach 125 feet, so we could remove the future NASA projects.” roof sections and mechanical rooms located Completion of this demolition project is on top of the roof.” scheduled for mid-June. After that, the site 103 Bryan St. 600 N. Commonwealth Ave. Once demolished, the construction and will be sodded and returned to a green area. Jacksonville, FL 32202 Polk City, FL 33868 demolition material will go to KSC’s land(This story also can be found on 904-354-5746 863-984-6262 Construction Equipment Guide’s Web site fill. “We have a very good material diversion at www.constructionequipmentguide.com.) 888-253-2444 • www.pinnaclecentral.com program that allows us to minimize the CEG

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extensions are hydraulically controlled, allowing operators to change paving widths “on-the-go” within the entire paving range. Though primarily intended for commercial paving jobs, BF814 and BF815 offer mainline paver performance and features. Powered by 85-hp (63 kW), water-cooled Cummins turbo diesel engines, the BF814 and BF815 offer production not typically found with comparable-class pavers. Combined with a load-sensing hydraulic system that delivers power only when needed, the pavers can maintain impressive paving speeds up to 180 ft. (55 m) per

minute and travel speeds up to 360 ft. (110 m) per minute, all while remaining fuel efficient. The screed design on the BF814 and BF815 utilizes a formed leading edge that maximizes material flow and makes it possible to pave at depths ranging from 0 to 6 in. (0 to 15 cm). The screed can be crowned or inverted up to 2 in. (5 cm) for maximum paving control, and is equipped with a vibrator and propane heaters to assure consistent material flow. Hydraulic depth controls and urethane track pads also are standard. For further material flow consistency, the

The redesigned BF814 and BF815 pavers are able to handle a wide variety of applications — from paving secondary roads and city streets to small asphalt repair and resurfacing jobs. Additionally, the screed extensions are hydraulically controlled, allowing operators to change paving widths “on-the-go” within the entire paving range.

screed extensions are fitted with material augers. Designed to provide steady and reliable material delivery at all paving widths, the augers are reversible and can be controlled automatically or manually. Both pavers feature a low-deck configuration with dual operator’s stations to simplify control and increase visibility. They can be operated from either side of the platform, or both at the same time. Additionally, machine controls are laid out for maximum operator comfort and ease of use, according to the manufacturer. Featuring 8-ton (7.2 t) capacity dual-slat conveyor systems, the hoppers on the BF814 and BF815 can be raised more than 6-ft. (1.8 m) high for complete access to the crawler system undercarriage. This simplifies required maintenance and cleaning, while allowing for conveyor and track-chain adjustment without having to crawl underneath the paver. New service entry points make for easy access to the paver’s engine. Maintenance concerns also are reduced with the addition of track fenders as standard equipment. By keeping the tracks clean, the fenders help reduce excess wear to the track assembly. The tracks are self-cleaning with sealed rollers, while both the drive and idler sprockets are heat treated to prevent wear. Furthermore, screed wear plates on both the main screed and extensions are constructed of heavy-duty, abrasion-resistant 400 brinell hardness steel, which bolt-on for easy replacement. The BF814 and BF815 are available with Topcon’s System Five Screed Automation. Using a “non-contacting” sonic sensor system, Screed Automation allows for paving without cumbersome skis or string lines and provides joint matching without actually contacting any surfaces. Other optional equipment includes a swivel-mounted hydraulic tow-type truck hitch with bumper rollers, ditch plates, failsafe brakes, working lights and a simple Moba automatic joint matcher system. The Moba system controls mat depth automatically by way of a sonic sensor, eliminating the need for manual control. For more information, call 309/853-3571 or visit www.bomag.com/usa.


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Cutter Drum Program Adds Service to Roadtec 360 Support Roadtec now provides equipment owners with new, after-market replacement drums for milling machines, reclaimers, utility mills, dirt trimmers, mulch shredders, and rumble strip cutters of any brand. In addition to standard drums, Roadtec supplies a range of specialty drums, from micro-milling (profiling) types to segmented, bolt-on, 4:1 tapered heads. The company also offers a comprehensive rebuild program for these components. Roadtec Drum Rebuild Services include the rebuilding of any cutter drum or specialty head for any brand machine, including the rebuilding and straightening of dirt trimmer heads. All products can be supplied as complete units, ready to install into housing assemblies. Roadtec will install any tooling system the customer prefers on after-market or rebuilt drums. The new cutter drum program is an expansion of the Roadtec Rebuild initiative, which the company has been pursuing as part of its 360 Support philosophy. Jeff Smith, vice president of customer service at Roadtec said, “Our direct one-on-one relationships with our customers allow us to get to know them and their needs. When you work with us, there’ll be no wasted time and money trying to find the best solution. We

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resources to working on that type equipment. A typical dealer service department has many types of products and customers, and you may not always be first in line. At Roadtec Rebuild we understand your unique needs and what it takes to satisfy them, and we will work with you on any brand of equipment.” Roadtec support includes all-inclusive rebuild and maintenance programs as well as a full-service parts operation. Roadtec supplies after-market parts for many brands of road building equipment under the AS Parts label. Currently, the parts operation is running a winter maintenance promotion. The production of Roadtec pavers, mills, Shuttle Buggy MTV’s, and soil stabilizers is located in the approximately 180,000-sq.-ft. facility located on Manufacturers Road in Chattanooga while Roadtec Rebuild and Parts operations are housed in a 70,000-sq.ft. facility on Riverside Drive in the same city. Additionally, the company employs a large number of field service personnel who reside in their assigned territories, and also maintains a number of factory authorized rebuild centers across the United States and Canada. For more information, call 877/266-8882 or visit www.Roadtec.com.


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Terex CR552 Paver Provides More Power, Production The paver is available in both traditional slat conveyor (CR552) and Remix auger delivery system (CR552RX) configurations.

The largest rubber tire asphalt paver in the Terex Roadbuilding line, the Terex CR552 mainline paver delivers more power and production capacities for fullwidth paving applications such as airports, interstates and state highways, industrial paving projects and major county road and highway construction. The paver’s heavy-duty frame and bogie pivot, kingpin and bogie bearings offer a hopper load bearing capacity of up to 25 tons (22.7 t), delivering the extra surge capacity necessary to handle mainline paving. The CR552’s 260-hp (194 kW) Cummins diesel engine meets stringent Tier III, C.A.R.B. Tier III and Stage IIIA emissions standards, while offering the power to efficiently handle full-width paving and ample reserve to operate electric screeds and lights for night paving. The 6-cylinder, 24valve engine varies the fuel stream to use only the amount of fuel nec-

essary for the application, resulting in greater fuel economy and quieter operation, according to the manufacturer. The CR552 paver provides up to a 50 percent greater footprint than other pavers for improved traction. Its heavy-duty rear drive motor offers increased draw-bar pull for increased tractive effort. Contractors can further improve draw-bar pull by up to 50 percent over normal two-wheel drive systems by equipping the paver with the front wheel drive assist option. “With the CR552, contractors get the low cost and higher speeds of a rubber tire paver without sacrificing traction,” said Bill Rieken, paver applications specialist of Terex Roadbuilding. The paver is available in both traditional slat conveyor (CR552) and Remix auger delivery system (CR552RX) configurations. The Remix Anti-Segregation System features two sets of two counter-

rotating augers in the hopper to aggressively reblend material. The augers uniformly draw down material from all areas of the hopper to reduce occurrences of both material and thermal segregation. This leads to a more homogeneous texture and consistent temperatures across the mat, allowing rollers to readily achieve final spec densities, according to the manufacturer. The cooling system keeps the CR552 running cooler and the engine compartment cleaner for optimum reliability. The singlewidth, triple-element radiator efficiently cools engine water, charge air and hydraulic oil, while the hydraulically driven, variablespeed cooling fan turns only as fast as necessary to improve fuel economy and reduce noise levels. Cooling air is drawn from above the hood rather than ground level for cleaner air quality and exists primarily through the front grill,

resulting in a pressurized engine compartment that reduces debris infiltration. Unlike pavers with transverse mounted engines, the CR552’s air flow and engine mounting is less likely to affect sonic grade control systems with waves of hot air. The Terex CR552 paver features the frame raise and three-point suspension systems. The frame raise system raises and lowers the rear of the paver, which allows the operator to fine-tune the head of material at the spreading augers, reducing segregation. By isolating the frame from the drive system, three-point suspension essentially “floats” the pavers over subbase irregularities, maintaining consistent material feed height at the screed. A proportional steering system is available for the CR552 rubber tire paver. This system enhances maneuverability by holding a tighter turning radius and is essen-

tial when paving with material transfer devices. Applied in three stages — low, medium and high — the system is controlled by a toggle switch on the operator’s console. As the steering wheel is turned when the toggle switch is at medium setting, the proportional steering system gradually decreases the signal to the inside drive wheel and increases the signal to the outside tire. This helps maneuverability by allowing the paver to better hold the line, whether paving straight or in cul-de-sacs. Contractors can equip the CR552 paver with three different screed models — the diesel Fastach 10, electric VersaScreed 210 and the electric or diesel Stretch 20. Depending on screed model, this 10-ft. (3 m) paver delivers mainline paving widths reaching 30 ft. (9.1 m) at depths up to 12 in. (30.5 cm). For more information, visit www.terex.com.


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2006 Hyundai Robex 140, 592 Hrs, Stk# 40612238 ................$78,000

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2007 Terex TA40, 1500 Hrs, Stk# O003378 ........................$193,000

2007 Link-Belt 210X2, 12 Hrs, Stk# C005324 ................$138,000

2008 Bomag BW211D-40, 2 Hrs, Stk# C08728 ....................$68,000

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2007 Hyundai HL760-7A, 587 Hrs, Stk# T005164 ..................$95,000

2006 Hyundai HL740TM-7, 771 Hrs, Stk# T000730............$86,500

2007 Bomag BW177D-3, 18 Hrs, Stk# R004448 ..................$59,000

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2006 Link-Belt 460LX, 2832 Hrs, Stk# L000649 ................$163,000

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2007 Terex TA40, 1500 Hrs, Stk# O003378 ........................$193,000

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2008 Bomag BW211D-40, 2 Hrs, Stk# C08728 ....................$68,000

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2007 Hyundai HL760-7A, 587 Hrs, Stk# T005164 ..................$95,000

2006 Hyundai HL740TM-7, 771 Hrs, Stk# T000730............$86,500

2007 Bomag BW177D-3, 18 Hrs, Stk# R004448 ..................$59,000

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2007 Link-Belt 160LX, 4 Hrs, Stk# C004465 ........................$114,000

2006 Link-Belt 460LX, 2832 Hrs, Stk# L000649 ................$163,000

2007 Moxy MT31, 1493 Hrs, Stk# W07504 ..........................$143,000

2005 Liebherr LR632B Litronic, 2344 Hrs, Stk# 03937914 $69,000

2007 Hyundai HL770-7A, 1637 Hrs, Stk# A005328..........$105,000

2007 Pioneer FT2640, 856 Hrs, Stk# W009483 ................$295,000

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Komatsu Introduces WD600-6 Dozer With Tier III Engine Komatsu America Corp.’s WD600-6 wheel dozer is equipped with a Tier III compliant engine. The 108,280 lb. (49,115 kg) WD600-6 is designed to work with either a straight blade or U blade in many applications. It offers improved productivity, lower fuel consumption and increased reliability, according to the manufacturer. The WD600-6 is powered by a Komatsu Tier III, SAA6D170E-5 six-cylinder engine, which produces 502 hp (374 kW) at 1,800 RPM, a significant increase in horsepower over the previous model. Komatsu’s Tier III engine is equipped with new technologies, including an electronic control system to optimize vehicle performance; a heavy-duty high pressure common rail fuel injection system; a new combustion system for reduced noise and fuel consumption; a cooled exhaust gas recirculation system and an air-to-air charge air-cooling system. The WD600-6’s engine comes standard with dual-mode engine power: an economy mode for maximum fuel efficiency, and a power mode for maximum productivity. Designed for Operator Comfort The WD600-6’s large operator’s cab has been ergonomically designed to provide the operator with more room and easy access to all switches and levers to minimize operator fatigue and improve productivity. The cab

features AJSS (automatic joy stick steering), which allows for easier and more accurate directional control. An EPC (electronic pilot control) mono-lever is provided for efficient control of the work equipment. The operator’s cab comes with large fully-adjustable left and right armrests, increased fore and aft travel of the air ride seat and an automatic heater/defroster/AC. Komatsu developed a Level-2 ROPS/FOPS integral cabin with rubber and silicone viscous damping mounts to reduce cab vibration and noise levels. The The 108,280 lb. (49,115 kg) WD600-6 is large-size flat glass windows provide designed to work with either a straight blade maximum visibility. or U blade in many applications. Power and Productivity For dozing applications, a new, large capacity torque converter with lock-up transmission provides increased productivity, faster cycle times and improved fuel consumption. With a 3-element, single stage, double-phase torque converter and a fullpowershift, planetary type transmission, travel speeds have increased over the previous model, with a forward top-speed of 23.4 mph (37.6 kmh) and a reverse top-speed of 22.4 mph (36 kmh). The WD600-6 features a modulated clutch system with variable traction control. This controls the tractive effort by allowing

the operator to select from 100 percent to 20 percent of the T/C converter output. In limited traction situation, the operator can reduce tire slippage by utilizing the variable traction control system. The modulation clutch, controlled by the left pedal, allows for smooth reduction of speed when approaching a truck or hopper, reduction of shocks when shifting from forward to reverse and can reduce tire slippage as well. The WD600-6 is equipped with variable displacement piston pumps and CLSS (closed load sensing system) for maximum blade control during both single and simulta-

neous blade. In addition, the wheel dozer is outfitted with auxiliary steering, high pressure in-line filters and a new fully hydraulic braking system, including a wet-disc parking brake. The brakes are completely sealed to keep out contaminants and reduce wear and maintenance. Equipment Monitoring Features The WD600-6 includes Komatsu’s EMMS (equipment management monitoring system), which displays 28 different machine functions including fluid/filter change intervals and trouble-shooting memory display functions such as engine oil levels and coolant temperature. The WD600-6 also is equipped with Komatsu’s vehicle health monitoring system (VHMS), which allows owners/operators to remotely monitor the health of major machine components as well as the machine’s condition and operations. The VHMS system enables downloaded machine data to be transmitted via the Internet and reviewed by Komatsu and distributor service personnel. VHMS was designed to help reduce repair costs and maintain optimal machine availability by helping prevent unscheduled downtime. For more information, visit www.komatsuamerica.com.


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Faster cycles. Higher productivity Don’t be fooled by imitators. Thirty-plus years’ experience building the best hydrostatic dozers makes John Deere the brand for you. Innovations, like Total Machine Control (TMC), allow operators to customize machine response and operation to their personal preferences. J-Series Dozers deliver unsurpassed productivity and uptime, along with the lowest possible daily operating costs. And that’ just for starters. To learn all about John Deere J-Series Dozers, give us a call.

FLINT EQUIPMENT COMPANY Albany, GA Dothan, AL 229/888-1212 334/794-8691 Troy, AL SW Atlanta, GA 334/566-4181 404/691-9445 Perry, FL Grovetown, GA 850/584-9200 706/855-5440 Tallahassee, FL Columbus, GA 850/575-5600 706/687-3344 West Columbia, SC Braselton, GA 770/965-1889 803/794-9340 Simpsonville, SC Macon, GA 478/788-1586 864/963-5835 Adairsville, GA Aynor, SC 770/773-9857 843/358-5688

R.W. MOORE EQUIP. CO. Main Office Garner, NC 919/772-2121 Ahoskie, NC 252/332-5550 Hope Mills, NC 910/424-1200 New Bern, NC 252/638-5838 Greenville, NC 252/758-4403 Castle Hayne, NC 910/675-9211

JAMES RIVER EQUIPMENT INC. Ashland, VA 804/798-6001 Manassas Park, VA 703/631-8500 Winchester, VA 540/667-9777 Asheville, NC 828/667-0176 Charlotte, NC 704/597-0211 800/532-6797 Greensboro, NC 336/668-2762 800/632-0376 Mt. Gilead, NC 910/439-5653 800/692-9175 Salem, VA 540/380-2011

INDUSTRIAL TRACTOR CO. Jacksonville, FL 904/296-5000 Lake City, FL 386/752-9544 Palatka, FL 386/325-6268 Brunswick, GA 912/264-6161 Savannah, GA 912/964-7370 Ladson, SC 843/572-0400 Andrews, SC 843/221-4940 Walterboro, SC 843/539-1420

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


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MODEL

ENGINE POWER HP (KW)

WEIGHT LBS. (KG)

ENGINE TYPE

CASE 550H 650L 650K 750L 850L 1150K 1650L 1850K

67 to 70 (50 to 52) 74 (55) 74.8 (55.7) 84 (63) 96 (72) 118 (88) 144 (107) 185 (138)

14,317 (6,494) 16,250 (7,371) 18,900 (8,573) 18,900 (8,573) 19,600 (8,890) 28,655 (12,998) 33,714 (15,292) 44,269 (20,080)

Case 4-390 or 4T-390 Case Family IV 445TA/EHA Case Family III 445T/M2 Case Family IV 445TA/E66 Case Family IV 667TA/E66 Case Family IV 667TA/EDJ Case Family IV 667TA/EDJ Case Family IV 667TA/EED

CATERPILLAR Crawler tractors: D3K XL D3K LGP D4K XL D4K LGP D5K XL D5K LGP D6K XL D6K LGP D6N XL D6N LGP D6T D6T XL D6T XW D6T LGP D7R Series 2 D7R Series 2 XR D7R Series 2 LGP D7E D7E LGP D8T D8T LGP D9T D10T D11T D11T CD

74 (55.2) 74 (55.2) 84 (62.6) 84 (62.6) 96 (71.6) 96 (71.6) 125 (93.2) 125 (93.2) 150 (111.8) 150 (111.8) 185 (138) 200 (149) 200 (149) 200 (149) 240 (179) 240 (179) 240 (179) 235 (175) 235 (175) 310 (231) 310 (231) 410 (306) 580 (433) 850 (634) 850 (634)

17,185 (7,795) 17,842 (8,093) 17,961 (8,147) 18,742 (8,501) 20,741 (9,408) 21,347 (9,683) 28,409 (12,886) 29,690 (13,467) 36,607 (16,605) 38,222 (17,791) 40,550 (18,393 44,420 (20,148) 45,723 (20,740) 48,024 (21,783) 56,129 (25,455) 59,540 (27,002) 60,916 (27,626) 56,669 (25,705) 62,115 (28,175) 84,850 (38,488) 85,850 (38,941) 105,600 (47,900) 146,500 (66,451) 230,100 (104,600) 248,600 (113,000)

Cat C4.4 ACERT Cat C4.4 ACERT Cat C4.4 ACERT Cat C4.4 ACERT Cat C4.4 ACERT Cat C4.4 ACERT Cat C6.6 ACERT Cat C6.6 ACERT Cat C6.6 ACERT Cat C6.6 ACERT Cat C9 ACERT Cat C9 ACERT Cat C9 ACERT Cat C9 ACERT Cat 3176C Cat 3176C Cat 3176C Cat C9.3 ACERT Cat C9.3 ACERT Cat C15 ACERT Cat C15 ACERT Cat C18 ACERT Cat C27 ACERT Cat C32 ACERT Cat C32 ACERT

Track loaders: 279C 289C 299C 939C 953D 963D 973D

82 (61) 82 (61) 90 (67) 90 (67) 148 (110) 189 (141) 263 (196)

9,892 (4,487) 10,365 (4,702) 10,730 (4,867) 20,900 (9,480) 34,209 (15,517) 45,577 (20,220) 61,857 (28,058)

Cat C3.4 DIT Cat C3.4 DIT Cat C3.4 DIT Cat 3046T Cat C6.6 ACERT Cat C6.6 ACERT Cat C9 ACERT

16,283 (7,401) 17,525 (7,966) 17,016 (7,717) 18,252 (8,278) 18,560 (8,436) 18,600 (8,455) 19,750 (8,977)

Deere 4045T Deere 4045T Deere 4045T Deere 4045T Deere 4045T Deere 4045T Deere 4045T

JOHN DEERE 450J LT 450J LGP 550J LT 550J LGP 650J LT 650J XLT 650J LGP

77 (57) 77 (57) 85 (63) 85 (63) 99 (74) 99 (74) 99 (74)

see CHART page 52


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CHART from page 50

MODEL

ENGINE POWER HP (KW)

WEIGHT LBS. (KG)

ENGINE TYPE

26,080 (11,831) 27,125 (12,303) 28,235 (12,807) 32,510 (14,746) 34,320 (15,567) 36,350 (16,488) 36,725 (16,655) 34,000 (15,422) 39,865 (18,082) 42,715 (19,375) 40,985 (18,590) 43,925 (19,924) 45,075 (20,445) 46,700 (21,182) 56,361 (25,564) 59,255 (26,877) 58,462 (26,517) 77,843 (35,308) 80,967 (36,726)

Deere 6068H Deere 6068H Deere 6068H Deere 6068H Deere 6068H Deere 6068H Deere 6068H Deere 6068H Deere 6090H Deere 6090H Deere 6090H Deere 6090H Deere 6090H Deere 6090H Liebherr D936LA6 Liebherr D936LA6 Liebherr D936LA6 Liebherr D946LA6 Liebherr D946LA6

JOHN DEERE cont. 700J LT 700J XLT 700J LGP 750J 750J LT 750J WT 750J LGP 764 HSD 850J 850J LT 850J WT 850J WLT 850J LGP 850J Waste Handler 950J 950J LGP 950J Waste Handler 1050J 1050J Waste Handler

115 (86) 115 (86) 115 (86) 145 (108) 145 (108) 145 (108) 155 (116) 200 (151) 185 (137) 185 (137) 185 (137) 185 (137) 200 (151) 185 (137) 247 (184) 247 (184) 247 (184) 335 (249) 335 (249)

KOMATSU D21A-8EO D21P-8EO D31EX-22 D31PX-22 D37EX-22 D37PX-22 D39EX-22 D39PX-22 D51EX-22 D51PX-22 D61EX-15 D61PX-15 D65EX-16 D65EX-16 SL D65WX-16 D65PX-16 D85EX-15 D85PX-15 D85EX-15 SL D155AX-6 D155AX-6 SL D275AX-5 D275AX-5 SL D375A-6 D475A-5E0 D475ASD-5E0 D575A-3 SD

8,688 (3,940) 9,350 (4,240) 18,056 (8,190) 18,827 (8,540) 18,298 (8,300) 19,070 (8,650) 20,834 (9,450) 21,804 (9,890) 28,043 (12,720) 29,145 (13,220) 37,237 (16,890) 41,735 (18,930) 43,980 (19,950) 53,438 (23,301) 45,570 (20,670) 46,960 (21,300) 61,950 (28,100) 60,960 (27,650) 62,245 (28,234) 87,100 (39,500) 96,709 (43,867) 113,600 (51,530) 116,528 (52,856) 157,940 (71,640) 238,960 (108,390) 249,560 (113,200) 336,420 (152,600)

40 (30) 40 (30) 78 (58) 78 (58) 89 (66) 89 (66) 105 (79) 105 (79) 130 (97) 130 (97) 168 (125) 168 (125) 205 (153) 205 (153) 205 (153) 205 (153) 264 (197) 264 (197) 264 (197) 354 (264) 354 (264) 449 (335) 449 (335) 610 (455) 890 (664) 890 (664) 1,150 (858)

Komatsu 4D94LE-2 Komatsu 4D94LE-2 Komatsu SAA4D95LE-5 Komatsu SAA4D95LE-5 Komatsu SAA4D95LE-5 Komatsu SAA4D95LE-5 Komatsu SAA4D107E-1 Komatsu SAA4D107E-1 Komatsu SAA6D107E-1 Komatsu SAA6D107E-1 Komatsu SAA6D107E-1 Komatsu SAA6D107E-1 Komatsu SAA6D114E-3 Komatsu SAA6D114E-3 Komatsu SAA6D114E-3 Komatsu SAA6D114E-3 Komatsu SAA6D125E-5 Komatsu SAA6D125E-5 Komatsu SAA6D125E-5 Komatsu SAA6D140E-5 Komatsu SAA6D140E-5 Komatsu SAA6D140E-5 Komatsu SAA6D140E-5 Komatsu SAA6D170E-5 Komatsu SAA12V140E-3 Komatsu SAA12V140E-3 Komatsu SA12V170E

NEW HOLLAND D75 D85B D95B

75 (56) 90 (67) 99 (73)

18,200 (8,255) 18,895 (8,571) 19,629 (8,904)

VISIT WWW.CONSTRUCTIONEQUIPMENTGUIDE.COM FOR COMPLETE EQUIPMENT LISTINGS. Despite efforts by Construction Equipment Guide to contact all the manufacturers of crawler loaders and dozers, not all of them appear in this chart.

NHC 445T/M2 FPT 445TA/E66 FPT 445TA/E66


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BREAKOUT MUSCLE It’s all about how much rock & dirt you’ve moved today. And how much time and money it took you to do that. Break out of your costly earthmoving routine and make some money with a LiuGong. Easy on the wallet. Easy on the workforce. Easy on the wrench. LiuGong designs, builds and ships over 40,000 wheel loaders a year. So you know they have to be good. Check one out at your LiuGong dealer today.

Demo one today. liugongna.com 281-579-8882

LiuGong is a fifty-plus-year-old construction equipment manufacturer with a huge range of products for the North American quarry, construction, recycling, timber, landscaping, utility and other markets – WHEEL LOADERS. HYDRAULIC EXCAVATORS. BACKHOE-LOADERS. SKID-STEER LOADERS – SOIL COMPACTORS. They are the only such manufacturer to receive the coveted National Quality Award of China and are ISO9001 and ISO14001 certified. Truly a top-shelf, world-class organization.


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Interstate Equipment Company Statesville NC 704/873-9048 West Columbia SC 803/794-7400 Raleigh NC 919/467-1801

© 2008 ESCO Corporation.

Wakeham Equipment Unveils 88LSL Trimmer to Market

Wakeham Equipment’s new 88-in. (223 cm) grade trimmer features replaceable carbide bullet teeth and a flip up cover for throwing material forward in low spots.

Wakeham Equipment LLC recently has branched into manufacturing skid steer loader attachments and machine forms and has unveiled its skid steer trimmer 88LSL. Wakeham Equipment’s new 88-in. (223 cm) grade trimmer features replaceable carbide bullet teeth and a flip up cover for throwing material forward in low spots. The 88LSL trims through hard packed clay as well as a mixture of hard sand, clay and rock mix. Accompanied by a Leica Power grade system, the 88LSL produces an even grade. Additionally, a snap on/off system comes standard with a tri-sonic sensor that can read string-line, curb, ground or matching grade. This feature can be used with other equipment and its easy removal ensures overnight security, according to the manufacturer. Ideal for concrete and landscapers, the 88LSL can trim topsoil to 2-in. (5 cm) for reseeding with the automatic control of slope and elevation sonic sensors. The grade trimmer has a direct drive hydraulic motor with forward and reverse at the flip of a switch. The attachment’s motor hub has been redesigned to be set in. This allows an operator to trim within 1-in. (2.5 cm) of a curb using the adjustable cutting edge and attachable spread auger. Wakeham Equipment will be at World of Concrete Feb. 2 to 5, 2010, at booth C6896. For more information, call 815/520-0352 or visit www.wakehamequipment.com.


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AEMLauds Firms for Data Reporting Program Excellence The Association of Equipment Manufacturers (AEM) has presented 65 member manufacturers with “Statistics Outstanding Merit Awards” for exemplary 2009 performance in AEM’s data reporting programs. Their actions enhance the association’s ability to provide meaningful market information to member companies for business benchmarking and planning. The annual awards are based on statistical data reporting timeliness, accuracy, consistency and good corporate citizenship. AEM statistics activities encompass more than 180 unique product programs with more than 265 reporting companies, covering information from county-level retail sales data in North America to shipments data on a global basis. For more information, visit www.aem.org.

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H&E Equipment Services Launches New Web Site H&E Equipment Services’s Web site has been redesigned to make it easier for users to view and compare new and used equipment, along with the other on-line services H&E now offers. Especially noteworthy is the upgraded used equipment section, which provides quick access to detailed information, multiple photos and warranty information on every featured unit. Addressing updates to the site, Toby Hawkins, H&E Equipment Services vice president of marketing, said, “Our pilot testing with customers confirms that they want easy navigation, multiple photos, good specs and a warranty to protect their investment. Along with email inquiry capabilities, customers also like the option of talking with a live sales representative when they are ready to buy or need information now. We accommodate all of this with our new offering.” In addition to new and used equipment, customers can view and access information on other H&E dealership services, including real-time rental and accounting reports, invoicing, rentals, parts, service and repair, training, financing, insurance, fleet maintenance, national accounts, international sales, investor relations and employment opportunities.

Michael Sill Sr.

‘Friend, Businessman and Mentor’Michael Sill, Dies SILL from page 1

turer of construction equipment in the world. In 1986, RMS started Aspen Equipment Co., following its acquisition of Airpower Equipment Corp. Aspen's focus was on general equipment such as air compressors, light towers, chippers, and truck cranes. In 1994 Mr. Sill and his identical twin brother Mitchell split the business for growth purposes while Mitch and his family took ownership of Aspen Equipment and the former Truck Equipment Division (renamed Reach Equipment), and Mike and his family retained RMS and its heavy construction, forestry, and mining products. Mr. Sill served as AED president in 1985. He also served as a board member of Habitat for Humanity of Collier County and the Associated General Contractors of Minn. Mr. Sill was a member of the Young Presidents Organization and served as chapter chairman and on the national board of directors. He was a member of the Chief Executive Organization and World

Presidents Organization which offered him the opportunity to travel, meet and learn from many world leaders. In 1976, Mr. Sill was with the first U.S. delegation of businessmen, sanctioned by the State Department, for a trade mission trip to Cuba where they met with Fidel Castro. He served on a number of company boards, including First Bank of Minneapolis, The Franklin National Bank, Venturian, Vaughns, and Polaris Industries. Mr. Sill touched many lives as a friend, businessman, and mentor. He had an uncanny memory for names and faces and he was truly interested in everyone he ever met. He was a member of Wayzata Country Club, the Royal Ponciana Country Club and Port Royal Club of Naples, Fla. Mr. Sill is survived by his wife of 51 years, Barbara; daughters Debra Williams (Hunt III) and Patricia Sill; sons Michael and Douglas and six grandchildren. His son Michael Sill II, is the third generation president and CEO of RMS.

To earn the trust and confidence of the internet buyer, every used machine comes with a free warranty, honored at H&E or OEM repair facilities throughout the United States. Viewers can easily click on the warranty details associated with any unit. A “30day Quality Used” or “90-day Job Ready” Protection Plan is included with each used equipment purchase. Extended warranties also are available. For easy comparison shopping, the improved used equipment section allows buyers to compare pricing and specifications on two to four machines, side-by-side. The shopper also can select and export an entire category to an Excel spreadsheet for easy viewing. “Our goal is to create an internet resource that is user-friendly, time-saving, informative and interactive…Another value-added service to benefit equipment customers and their businesses,” said Hawkins. “We hope customers will find our Web site to be a tremendous resource and significant improvement to the online buying and renting experience.” For more information, visit www.HE-equipment.com.


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The Georgia State Department of Transportation received bids for transportation-related improvement projects. Following is a list of some of the projects let. County: Barrow Contract ID: B13669-10-000-0. District: 71105. Location: On SR 8 beginning east of Etheridge Road and extending to Russell Cemetery Road. Project: 8.7 mi. of milling, plant mix resurfacing and shoulder reconstruction. Contractors and Bid Amounts: • Pittman Construction Co. — $1,927,601. • C.W. Matthews Contracting Co. Inc. — $1,928,617. • Baldwin Paving Co. Inc. — $1,951,879. • E.R. Snell Contractor Inc. — $2,161,541. • Strickland & Sons Pipeline Inc. — $2,472,998. • Colditz Trucking Inc. — $2,497,124. • Stewart Bros. Inc. — $2,706,064. Completion Date: Dec. 31, 2010. County: Douglas Contract ID: B13670-10-000-0. District: 77703. Location: On SR 8 beginning at the Carroll County line and extending to SR 5 (Bill Arp Road). Project: 8.373 mi. of milling, inlay and plant mix resurfacing. Contractors and Bid Amounts: • C.W. Matthews Contracting Co. Inc. — $1,259,880. • Baldwin Paving Co. Inc. — $1,471,905. • E.R. Snell Contractor Inc. — $1,477,711. Completion Date: Jan. 31, 2011. County: Muscogee Contract ID: B13674-10-000-0. District: 73307. Location: On U.S. 27/SR 1 beginning at Victory Drive and extending south of Moon Road/Williams Road. Project: 8.331 mi. of milling, inlay and plant mix resurfacing. Contractors and Bid Amounts: • C.W. Matthews Contracting Co. Inc. — $3,348,841. • Robinson Paving Co. — $4,074,264. Completion Date: Jan. 31, 2011. Counties: Telfair, Wheeler Contract ID: B13661-10-S00-0. District: 75501. Location: On SR 19 beginning at U.S. 341/SR 27 and extending to SR 30. Project: 19.235 mi. of milling, plant mix resurfacing and shoulder reconstruction. Contractors and Bid Amounts: • Everett Dykes Grassing Co. Inc. — $3,509,376. • Ross Construction Co. Inc. — $3,637,370. • Reeves Construction Co. — $4,033,873. • R.B. Baker Construction Inc. — $5,312,282. Completion Date: Jan. 31, 2011.

County: Walton Contract ID: B13688-10-000-0. District: 71106. Location: On SR 10 beginning west of Tom Brewer Road and extending to Cherry Hill Road and Southview Drive. Project: 11.1 mi. of milling, plant mix resurfacing and shoulder reconstruction. Contractors and Bid Amounts: • C.W. Matthews Contracting Co. Inc. — $5,122,241. • E.R. Snell Contractor Inc. — $5,324,030. • Pittman Construction Co. — $5,378,422. • Colditz Trucking Inc. — $6,040,714. • Stewart Bros. Inc. — $7,177,198. Completion Date: Jan. 31, 2011. County: Dekalb Contract ID: B33774-10-000-0. District: 77701. Location: Various county roads. Project: 2.19 mi. of plant mix resurfacing. Contractors and Bid Amounts: • E.R. Snell Contractor Inc. — $459,536. • C.W. Matthews Contracting Co. Inc. — $463,425. • Pittman Construction Co. — $511,890. • Butch Thompson Enterprises Inc. — $552,039. • Blount Construction Co. Inc. — $588,102. • Stewart Bros. Inc. — $639,664. Completion Date: Dec. 31, 2010. County: Dekalb Contract ID: B33764-10-000-0. District: 77701. Location: On various county roads. Project: 9.46 mi. of milling and plant mix resurfacing.

Contractors and Bid Amounts: • C.W. Matthews Contracting Co. Inc. — $2,384,243. • E.R. Snell Contractor Inc. — $2,387,779. • Pittman Construction Co. — $2,933,790. • Stewart Bros. Inc. — $3,526,796. Completion Date: Dec. 31, 2010. Counties: Lumpkin, Union, White Contract ID: B33746-10-000-0. District: 71104. Location: On various streets in Blairsville, Cleveland, Dahlonega, Helen and on various county roads. Project: 10.66 mi. of plant mix resurfacing. Contractors and Bid Amounts: • C.W. Matthews Contracting Co. Inc. — $632,210. • Colwell Construction Co. Inc. — $679,086. • Allied Paving Contractors Inc. — $680,890. • Strickland & Sons Pipeline Inc. — $742,675. • Colditz Trucking Inc. — $762,357. • Reeves Construction Co. — $794,728. Completion Date: Dec. 31, 2010. Counties: Crawford, Taylor, Upson Contract ID: B33710-10-000-0. District: 73301. Location: On various streets in Butler, Reynolds, Roberta, Thomaston and on various county roads. Project: 5.76 mi. of plant mix resurfacing. Contractors and Bid Amounts: • Hill Construction Co. Inc. — $352,689. • Robinson Paving Co. — $356,300. • Reeves Construction Co. — $435,474. • Georgia Asphalt Inc. — $438,358. Completion Date: Dec. 31, 2010.


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Volvo’s Larger Wheel Loaders Offer OptiShift Technology Driveline technology for Volvo Construction Equipment’s L150F, L180F and L220F wheel loaders cuts fuel consumption by up to 15 percent, according to the manufacturer. OptiShift — a driveline system designed to increase operator comfort and durability, as well as optimizing fuel savings — is a refinement of Volvo’s APS driveline concept. Not only does it include a new torque converter with lock up and free wheel stator, but also the Volvo reverse by braking (RBB) function — providing reduced fuel consumption, increased operator comfort and durability. OptiShift will be rolled out across all markets for the Volvo L150F, L180F and L220F wheel loaders. Fuel Efficiency in Focus OptiShift is a step forward in Volvo’s ongoing quest to dramatically reduce both fuel consumption and environmental impact while maintaining productivity, comfort and machine uptime. The key to OptiShift is a driveline completely designed and constructed by Volvo, which allows the system to function smoothly in a dynamic and powerful unit where all components are matched to work in harmony. OptiShift can reduce fuel consumption in operations such as load and carry — in applications like rehandling and timber handling — as well as in short cycle loading. Other benefits include: • Faster loading cycles • Increased operator comfort • Better drive response • Increased hill climbing performance • Better deceleration comfort • Less loading stress on the torque converter and transmission “We are delivering on our promise of increasing fuel efficiency and taking the industry forward when it comes to innovation with another patented Volvo solution,” said Arvid Rinaldo of global market communications at Volvo Construction Equipment.

The Volvo L220F wheel loader now includes OptiShift fuel-saving technology.

Hyundai HL770-9 Wheel Loader Added to 9 Series Lineup

Hyundai’s new HL770-9 also features a fully functional GPS capable satellite system known as HI-Mate.

Hyundai’s newest addition to the 9 series product line is the HL770-9 wheel loader. New features include an all new load sensing hydraulic system with more efficient variable volume pump technology, fully automatic power shift transmission with variable shift control, multi-stage clutch cut-off, integrated payload system, auto reversing cooling fan, larger cab with improved visibility, air ride seat and optional joystick steering, larger capacity 5.5 cu. yd. (4.2 cu m) bucket and integrated rear-view backup camera. Special attention also was given to improve overall safety and serviceability, according to the manufacturer. Large, removable house doors are designed for easy access to coolers and engine components. Access ladders are designed with large steps with a 20 degree incline for safer access to the cab. Coolers are configured in a parallel fashion with a remotely mounted a/c condenser for optimum cooling and clean out and the engine cooling fan is integrated into the rear door allowing for wide access when open. Hyundai’s new HL770-9 also features a fully functional GPS capable satellite system known as HI-Mate. This remote management system keeps the operator or fleet owner up to speed on all machine functions, fuel efficiency and diagnostics through an online internet portal accessible from anywhere in the world. HI-Mate equipment and service is provided as standard equipment, free of charge for 3 years. The Hyundai HL770-9 also features Hyundai’s three year total coverage warranty.


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Toro Extends Walk-Behind Trencher Line With New TRX-26 Toro is extending its line of dedicated walk-behind trenchers with the introduction of the Toro TRX-26. Boasting a 26-hp (19.4 kW) Kawasaki engine, the TRX-26 is ideal for utility workers, irrigation contractors and plumbers looking for the power of a ride-on trencher, with the maneuverability and control of a walk-behind. “Based on feedback we received from contractors, we found there was a growing demand for a larger, more powerful walkbehind trencher,” said Greg Lawrence, product marketing manager of Toro. “To fill the gap between ride-ons and smaller walkbehinds, Toro designed the TRX-26 to be powerful, yet easy to use.” With many of the same features as the Toro TRX-15 and TRX-19 models, the TRX-26 makes trenching more efficient without putting any extra strain on the operator, according to the manufacturer. The Toro Dingo TX-style control system on the TRX-26 makes it easy to control and eliminates the “jerk” steering required with handlebar control steering, allowing for smoother, more precise trenching. Three simple controls operate all traction and

Boasting a 26-hp (19.4 kW) Kawasaki engine, the TRX-26 is ideal for utility workers, irrigation contractors and plumbers looking for the power of a ride-on trencher, with the maneuverability and control of a walk-behind.

trenching functions, making the TRX-26 much easier to use and learn than other trenchers. And with its zero-turn capability and ground pressure as low as 4.1 psi, the TRX-26 has the ability to access confined

spaces without damaging existing turf. The low-profile tracked design of the TRX-26 provides a low center of gravity and a large footprint for increased stability and added traction on hills and uneven terrain.

The tracked design also gives the TRX-26 cross-trenching capabilities. “Tracks help the operator maneuver over perpendicular trenches effortlessly, where wheeled units may get stuck in the existing trench. It’s rare that someone will only need to trench in straight lines, so the ability to cross-trench is important,” said Lawrence. The TRX-26 can be outfitted with Toro’s 2-, 3- or 4-ft. (.6, .9 or 1.2 m) boom attachments, allowing it to trench up to 8-in. (20 cm) wide and up to 48-in. (122 cm) deep. With multiple boom options, contractors can choose the right size boom for their specific job, whether that’s the 4-ft. boom for installing utility lines or the 2-ft. boom for irrigation or drain tile applications. Other available options for the TRX-26 include soil chain, combo chain, crumber and backfill blade attachments. “No matter what type of trenching job a contractor is working on, they’re going to be impressed by the performance of the TRX26,” said Lawrence. For more information, call 800/Dig-Toro or visit www.toro.com/trx.


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Business Calendar June 7, 9, 11, 14 and 16, 2010 – Training. AGC St. Louis Professional Development; Leed Green Associate Training, presented by AGC of St. Louis Sustainability Committee. Location is Alberici, 8800 Page Avenue, St. Louis, Energy Zone 3 Training Room. Questions, please contact Joanne Engel at (314) 644-1525 ext. 225. June 14, July 20, August 18, September 15, 2010 – Golf Outings. The CAM (Construction Association of Michigan) Golf Committee’s 2010 CAM Golf Outing Schedule which features four value-packed outings at remarkable prices include dates June 15 Devil’s Ridge Golf Club Oxford; July 20 Dunham Hills Golf Club - Harland; August 18 Fieldstone Golf Club - Auburn Hills; September 15 Cherry Creek Golf Club - Shelby Township. For more information and any other questions please contact Diana Brown at 218-972-1000. June 16, 2010 – Construction Training. AGC St. Louis, Transportation: Investing in the Future of the St. Louis Region, 7:30 AM to 9:30 AM. To be held at the Moto Museum in Grand Center, 3441 Olive Street, St. Louis, MO. There is an ever growing crisis facing the St. Louis transportation infrastructure. The state’s transportation program through MoDOT has an extremely reduced level of funding allocated to new construction projects in its 2010-2011 fiscal year. The Federal transportation bill is currently on extension and needs redesign and renewal. The Economic Stimulus dollars have almost all been let or allocated. So what is the future of the St. Louis region’s transportation infrastructure going to look like in a time when resources are shrinking and needs are increasing? For cost and registration details and further information, please contact Kathy Givens at (314) 480-3172. June 22, 2010 – Transportation Seminar. AGC St. Louis Professional Development Construction Training School, 6301 Know Industrial Drive, St. Louis. Questions, please contact Joanne Engel at (314) 644-1525 ext. 225. June 23, 2010 – Breakfast and Seminar. AGC St. Louis Monthly Membership Breakfast and One Hour Early Bird Seminar to be held at the Construction Training School, 6301 Knox Industrial Dive, St. Louis, MO. Breakfast starts at 7 AM with the Seminar: “Positioning Your Business for Lenders” at 8 AM. For further information, contact Katie Mason at (314) 4803178 or Nancy Valentine at (314) 781-2356 extension 103. June 25-26, 2010 – Show. South Carolina Truck Show, Charleston, SC. Home to beautiful beaches and great American history, Charleston, SC will be the site for the South Carolina Truck Show. The event is being held at the Faith Assembly of God Church, 337 Farmington Road, Exit 199 off I-26. All proceeds from this event will go towards missions work at Faith Assembly of God Church. For more information, call 843-376-2418 or email dr.fry@wlcn.tv. June 29-30, 2010 or September 28-29, 2010 or December 7-8, 2010– Construction Training. AGC St. Louis Professional Development; Construction Quality Management for Contractors. This course familiarizes contractor personnel with Corps of Engineers Construction Quality Management concepts and procedures. Questions, please contact Joanne Engel at (314) 644-1525 ext. 225. July 19-21, 2010 – Workshop. Illinois Association of Aggregate Producers is hosting a Illinois Teachers Workshop: “Rocks, Minerals & Mining in Today’s Society” at Chestnut Mountain Resort, 8700 West Chestnut Road, Galena, Illinois 61036; telephone: (800) 7980098. For sign up information or questions, please call: Glenda Schoening or Shawn McKinney (217) 241-1639. DONATION - HELP Support IAAP’s Political Activities – The IAAP Political Action Committee (PAC) was created in order to provide financial support for our allies in the Illinois General Assembly. Whether from Chicago or Downstate Illinois, Democrat or Republican, these legislators all have one thing in common – they support bills that help the Illinois aggregates industry and oppose bills that hurt our interests. As the cost of political campaigns continues to rise, we want to ensure that legislators who support this industry can compete and continue to do good work. For that reason, supporting the IAAP PAC is critically important to the future of our industry, your company, and your Association’s political activities. Please consider sending a donation, payable to the IAAP, to: John Henriksen, Secretary/Treasurer, IAAP PAC, 1115 S. 2nd Street, Springfield, Illinois 62704. INFORMATION - The Transportation for Illinois Coalition (TFIC) has published and electronic version of it’s most recent white paper, an analysis of the 2009 capital program. To download a copy of this document, go to the TFIC website: http://www.tficillinois.org, click on publications and open the file entitled Capital Funding for Transportation. Questions? Please feel free to contact John Henriksen, Illinois Association of Aggregate Producers, 1115 South 2nd Street, Springfield, IL 62704. Office: (217)241-1639. Cell: (217)899-7389. Fax: (217)2411641. AGC Volunteer Appreciation - The AGC of St. Louis is grateful for the many members who serve on committees. The time devoted by these individuals and the knowledge they share with the industry in very important to the success of the AGC.


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Homebuilders Cautiously Optimistic Ritchie Bros.’ New Over ‘Emerging Into a Bit of Daylight’ Web Site Caters to ECONOMY from page 1

major sectors. But temporary government incentives fueled gains in two of three major categories. The economy will eventually have to manage with less government support. In a separate report, the Institute for Supply Management, a trade group of purchasing executives, said its manufacturing index dipped only slightly in May from a nearly six-year high in April. But the 59.7 reading for May was well above the 50 level that indicates expansion. Export orders rose despite Europe’s troubles. The group’s employment index, which measures employers’ willingness to hire, rose 1.3 percent. That was the highest level since May 2004. New orders, a gauge of future production, were unchanged. “The European fiscal crisis doesn’t appear to have harmed the prospects of U.S. manufacturers, at least not yet,” wrote Paul Ashworth, senior U.S. economist with Capital Economics. John Silvia, chief economist at Wells Fargo, said: “It does look like there’s sustainable economic growth in the U.S. for the time being.”

Expiring tax credits for first-time homebuyers helped drive the 4.4 percent rise in home construction spending. And portions of the $787 billion stimulus package approved last year by Congress boosted government building 2.4 percent. The other major sector, nonresidential construction, climbed 1.7 percent. That marked the first such advance since March 2009. The strength came from gains in private sector work on communications projects and power generation facilities. Construction of office buildings and the category that includes shopping centers fell. Commercial building projects have suffered in the weak economy through rising loan defaults and tighter credit. That’s made it harder for developers to get financing. “The negatives that were depressing the market have diminished,” said Zach Pandl, an economist with Nomura Securities in New York. Still, Pandl cautioned against reading too much into the month-to-month changes in individual industries. Ian Shepherdson, chief U.S. economist at High Frequency Economics, said the spike from the homebuyer tax

credit is likely to fade. Buyers hoping to cash in on the government tax incentives had to have a signed sales contract by April 30. Shepherdson discounted the unexpected rise in nonresidential activity. “These numbers are hugely unreliable … and we expect a downward revision next month,” he said. Some in the industry are more optimistic. Luxury homebuilder Toll Brothers Inc. reported a narrower loss in its latest quarter and said it had seen a surge in orders. The company said the strength in orders was holding up in May even though the tax credits had ended. “It appears our business has finally emerged from the tunnel and into a bit of daylight,” CEO Robert Toll said. Still, he cautioned, “We don’t expect housing to roar back right away.” PulteGroup Inc., the nation’s largest homebuilder, reported in early May that it was able to reduce its loss for the first quarter and expected to be profitable this year. That would mark a key turning point for the company, which has posted losses in 14 consecutive quarters.

Joystick Steering Available on Case E Series Wheel Loaders — Models 521E to 921E Joystick steering is now available on Case E Series wheel loaders, models 521E through 921E. With the joystick steering option, operators can expect more efficiency, increased productivity and less fatigue. Joystick steering offers a more efficient and effective way to steer a Case wheel loader, according to the manufacturer. The option includes a joystick lever; a forward, neutral, reverse switch and a transmission kick-down switch — all housed in the left armrest of the machine. Along with the available power curves, the joystick steer- Joystick steering is now available on Case E Series wheel loaders, models 521E ing option allows the operator to through 921E. match the capabilities of the ing and quarry work, road and bridge Ranging in power from 135 to 320 wheel loader to the specific applica- applications, scrap and recycling, agri- net hp (101 to 239 kW), the Case E tion. Joystick steering can be used in culture, utilities and material handling, Series includes six full-sized wheel all gears and in all work modes, according to the manufacturer. loader models — the 521E through increasing efficiency and machine proWhile not recommended for road- 1221E. Case also offers a full line of ductivity. ing applications, the feature operates at compact wheel loaders. Joystick steering is ideal for use in full response under 12 mph and at 80For more information, visit short-cycle applications such as min- percent response over 12 mph. www.casece.com.

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Ritchie Bros. Auctioneers officially launched its 21-language Web site at the Bauma trade show in Munich, Germany, April 19 to 25, 2010. Millions of visitors already use the Ritchie Bros. Web site annually, purchasing more than $830 million of equipment online in 2009 alone. The new Web site delivers a large used equipment inventory and a large database of auction results and equipment specifications. Key features of the new Web site include: • Current auction inventory and equipment search now in 21 languages • Auction results now in 14 languages with equipment photos • Live online bidding service now in seven languages • Online bidding amounts and auction results in the client’s preferred currency • Enhanced search functionality: find items by make, model, auction details, lot number or serial number • Zoomable, high-resolution equipment photos • Side-by-side equipment comparison tool: compare by make, model, usage, specifications and auction • Fully functional account services in 14 languages, featuring saved searches, a personal watchlist and customized email alerts. “I am glad that the Ritchie Bros. Web site will soon also appear in Greek,” said Timoleon Papadakis of Tripolis, Greece, who does not speak English and has been buying equipment at Ritchie Bros. auctions since 2003. “Being able to search for equipment in Greek will be very helpful for all Greek customers and will probably bring more. It will make it a lot easier to do business with Ritchie Bros. I hope they plan on having auctions in Greece soon.” Headquartered in Vancouver, Canada, Ritchie Bros. has 40 auction sites in 10 countries and more than 620,000 customers in over 200 countries. Ritchie Bros. sold more than 283,000 lots at more than 325 unreserved public auctions worldwide in 2009. Each year the company’s Web site receives millions of visitors searching for used equipment, upcoming auctions, selling prices from recent auctions and other information. One in three bidders at Ritchie Bros. auctions participate in auctions live and in real time at rbauction.com. “We serve a global market of equipment buyers and sellers; our goal is to provide as much information and as many services as possible to them in their own language,” said Stephen Branch, Ritchie Bros. vice president. “The new rbauction.com is a powerful tool for equipment users. Our customers have always been able to find the equipment they need at our auctions; now they can find more information in their language to make informed buying decisions. At the same time, sellers will benefit from increased exposure through rbauction.com and interest from a wider global bidding audience. “Our company has a long history of innovation, from the development of the ramp style of equipment auction to the introduction of real-time internet bidding and now to a comprehensive, multi-lingual used equipment Web site. We think our customers will be just as excited about the new rbauction.com as we are and we look forward to welcoming even more visitors from around the world to our web site — and our auctions,” Branch said. For more information, visit www.rbauction.com.


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

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


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Iconic Texas Stadium Reaches End of 37-Year Reign At 7:08 a.m. on April 11, 2010, 11year-old Casey Rogers of Terrell, Tex., pushed a red button and Texas Stadium, the iconic home of the five-time World Champion Dallas Cowboys, Irving, Tex., ceased to exist. Casey earned the honor of pushing the button when his essay won the “Kraft Macaroni & Cheese Cheddar Explosion” essay contest. The essay focused on how he started a charity called Casey’s Heart when he was 8 years old to help the homeless in the Dallas area. Going out with a huge bang, with more than 20,000 people watching onsite and many more around the world via television, was a fitting end for the 37-yearold stadium. Storied History Texas Stadium opened on October 24, 1971. Over the years the $35 million, 65,675 seat stadium was not only the Cowboys’ home turf, but also was the setting for a wide variety of performances. The Rev. Billy Graham and the Promise Keepers Crusade was the first event to be held there. This was followed quickly by state high school playoffs and championship games, concerts by headliners like the Beach Boys, George Strait and Jimmy Buffet and the 1973 Pro Bowl game. In 2001, a number of notable events took place including the Big 12 conference championship, World Class Championship Wrestling and the first professional lacrosse match held in Texas. The Cowboys’ history, dotted with names such as Roger Staubach, Tom Landry and Troy Aikman mixed in with football memories, real and fiction, inside those walls. Emmitt Smith’s alltime rushing record, Mean Joe Green drinking a coke in a Coca Cola commercial and Al Pacino in Hollywood movie “Any Given Sunday” all took place in Texas Stadium, known worldwide as the stadium with the hole in the roof. This moniker prompted former Cowboy linebacker, D.D. Lewis to make his nowfamous quip, “Texas Stadium has a hole in the roof so God can watch His favorite team play football.” Closing the Doors Texas Stadium officially closed in December 2008 and on May 29, 2009, the $1.5 billion Cowboys Stadium in Arlington, Tex., became the home of the Dallas Cowboys. Even though the Cowboys’ headquarters remained in Irving, the city was left with a deteriorating stadium that was costing thousands

Texas Stadium stood on that spot for 37 years, but it took only 30 seconds to bring down.

of dollars per month to simply maintain. So the city determined that the 80-acre footprint of the stadium and surrounding ancillary property could be used in a much more profitable manner and awarded Irving-based Weir Bros. Inc. a $5.8 million contract to demolish the structure and prepare the site to fit in with the 388 surrounding acres for a development referred to as “Crossroads DFW.” The site is one of the largest metropolitan areas open for development in the country. The development is slated to be commercial, high-rise residential and transit-oriented. The transit site will be used by the Texas Department of Transportation for staging the new Diamond Interchange project that will bring the Dallas Area Rapid Transit (DART) from downtown through Irving in 2011 and on to the Dallas/Fort Worth International airport by 2013. Reclaiming the Site According to Al Weir, partner in Weir Bros Inc., the project required 380,000 cu. yds. (290,530 cu m) of dirt to fill the stadium floor/bowl and bring it up to grade. Fortunately the dirt could be transported from just across the highway where the DART station and connecting highways are being developed to enhance the infrastructure surrounding the site well into the future. “We were running Cat 740 off-highway trucks at an average of 350 to 400 loads per day to meet the deadlines,” stated Al Weir. Aside from a Klein Products water truck, Weir Bros. used all Caterpillar equipment on the project. The equipment included two D8 bulldozers, a 320 and a 345 excavator, a 966 wheel loader, an 825 and 815 pad-foot rollers along with the three 740 off-highway trucks. There are 12 people from Weir involved in the Texas Stadium project who have been working five to six days per week for more than three months at this time. “Thirty-seven years ago, my brothers and I were in our teens when we watched the stadium being built…little did we realize at that time that we would be the ones to bring it down,” stated Mike Weir. Lee Weir, the third brother in the company said, “Even though we received $5.8 million and a great deal of recognition with the project, we all have tried to be very efficient with the work yet a little reverent considering Texas Stadium was not just a structure, it was a part of millions of people worldwide.” “Weir Bros Inc. is abiding by the see STADIUM page 78


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Former Dallas Cowboys’Home Gets Explosive Farewell STADIUM from page 76

Dan Matkin, who was the mayor of Irving when the stadium was built, was on hand to see the old building off.

‘Green Concept’ in all aspects of the demolition by recycling 95 percent of all materials from the demolition,” stated Al Weir. “There are more than 200,000 tons of concrete being crushed on the stadium site for use as roadbed fill, all the steel is being sold to local DFW recycling companies, all the asbestos has been disposed of according to EPA regulations and basically the balance of seats, furniture, etc. was sold as memorabilia to the public. “Of course other memorabilia such as the signage including the ‘Ring of Honor’ was kept by the Cowboys organization. If all goes as scheduled, we should be completely through with the project by August of this year. The Science of Implosion As the general contractor, Weir Bros. Inc. retained A&R Demolition, Del Valle, Tex. Stephen Reveile, partner and COO, A&R, said that there were a total of 180 people working on the project. Equipment used included eight Hyundai excavators, six Bobcat skid steer loaders and three track-type loaders including a Cat 973 and a 963 along with a Liebherr 770. Andrea Reveile, vice president, stated, “At A&R Demolition, we don’t just blow things up. There is a great deal of scientific engineering that goes into each job to make sure that the implosion goes off in a controlled manner. We work with engineers and explosive companies to make sure that the structure falls safely where it should. In this case, we worked with Dykon Explosive Demolition Corp., Tulsa, Okla., to do the prep work for the explosives. Dykon determined that 29,000 holes were to be drilled to accommodate the 2,700 pounds of dynamite that was placed at strategic points and 144 shape charges were set properly to bring down the roof.” “In the 17 years that we have had our family-owned business, we have completed a myriad number of projects; however, Texas Stadium is undoubtedly the most renown,” Reveile stated. “‘Bittersweet’ has been used many times in referring to this project and we at A&R were humbly honored to be the company to bring it down properly.” The Reveile family, Andrea, husband Raymond and Stephen all felt that even though the stadium was an iconic structure, being able to put it to rest properly was most important and was making way for the future. When Casey Rogers pushed the button, a non-electric system ignited a main charge and then at five-second intervals the 2,715 lbs. (1,231 kg) of dynamite went off in sequence and 30 seconds later Texas Stadium was down. Dan Matkin, mayor of Irving from 1971 to 1977 made the comment that he felt like the “Alpha and Omega because I was there when it went up and I’m here seeing it come down.” Present mayor of Irving, Herbert Gears stated, “Texas Stadium has been an excellent contribution to our community in multiple ways for many years, but today, we are officially ready for future development of this prime piece of real estate. Life will go on in Irving.” (This story also can be found on Construction Equipment Guide’s Web site at www.constructionequipmentguide.com.) CEG

Sending an old friend off with a bit of fanfare, fireworks were set off before the implosion of Texas Stadium.

Weir Bros. had to fill the stadium bowl 40-plus ft. (12-plus m) to reach final grade.


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SC Names Winners of Its First Crane Operator Safety Awards The Specialized Carriers Rigging Association (SC) awarded 18 Crane Operator Safety Awards during the 2010 annual conference, April 6 to 10, at the Omni Hotel at Champions Gate, Orlando, Fla. This new award was presented to certified crane operators who exhibit exemplary work achievements while accumulating 10,000 consecutive man-hours and recording zero accidents or incidents. Winners represent six different companies: • J.J. Curran Crane Co., Detroit, Mich. — Patrick Farr • Dutcher-Phipps Crane Rigging Co., Monahans, Texas — Lance Cagle, Michael Higgins, Roger Mills, Gilbert Nunez and Johnny Viscaino • W.O. Grubb Crane Rental Inc. — Steve Grubb • Industrial Builders Inc., Wells Fargo, N.D. — Tom Leingang, Brandon Podoll, Keith Pryor and Tom Roerich

Complete Liquidation Bobo Excavating, Inc. FRIDAY, JUNE 25 @ 9:30 AM MURFREESBORO (NASHVILLE) TENNESSEE DIRECTIONS: From Nashville Airport: Donelson Pike for 1.7 miles, left at TN-1 E/ US-41 S/ US-70S E/ Murfreesboro Pike for 23.7 miles and follow TN-1. Right at Ridgely Rd., take first right onto Scott St. Site will be on the right. Address: 835 Scott St., Murfreesboro, TN 37214. NOTE: Bobo Excavating Inc., a well respected family site work contractor, has decided to pursue other avenues and sell all its equipment, support and vehicles at public auction. JACK’S NOTE: This is not the biggest sale but the quality is as good as it gets. All well-maintained and work-ready.

DEC 11

Sales Consultants: Bob Head, Glen Brown, Daniel Pruitt

(800) 806-3395

ONE OF A KIND IT’S CLEAN!

• Mountain Crane Service, Salt Lake City, Utah — Tyson Allen and Doug Steinfeldt • Crane Inc., Orange, Calif. — Shawn Deitrick, Chris Deppe and Randall Roberts The Specialized Carriers and Rigging Association is an international trade association of nearly 1,400 members from 49 nations. Members are involved in specialized transportation, machinery moving and erecting, industrial maintenance, millwrighting and crane and rigging operations, manufacturing and rental. SC helps members run more efficient and safer businesses by monitoring and affecting pending legislation and regulatory policies at the state and national levels; researching and reporting on safety concerns and best business practices; and providing five yearly forums where these and other relevant member issues can be advanced.

HILITES INCLUDE: ARTICULATED HAUL TRUCKS: Cat 730 (30T), CRAWLER TRACTORS: JD 750J (GPS System), RUBBER TIRED LOADERS: 2006 Cat 924G, TRACTOR LOADER BACKHOES: JD 410G (4x4, cab), JD 310G(4x4), VIBRATORY ROLLERS: 2004 Bomag BW211, Cat CS563 (PD) Sharp!, MOTOR GRADERS: Champion 710A (front scarifier), HYDRAULIC EXCAVATORS: 2006 Cat 330CL (2 buckets), Cat 320BL (2 buckets), Cat 312B, Indeco 5000lb. hammer, BOOM LIFTS: JLG 45HA, AIR COMPRESSORS: IR 185CFM, FORKLIFTS: Datsun 3,000lb., GRAVEL BOXES: (2) boxes, TRENCH BOX: 1 box, WELDERS: Lincoln Wire Welder & Arc System, DUMP TRUCKS: 2005 Mack (triaxle), TRUCK TRACTORS: Freightliner (tri.), DETACHABLE TRAILERS: 2004 Pitts 50T (tri.), WATER TRUCKS: Ford L9000 (2,000 gal.), SERVICE TRUCK: One of a Kind 2005 Kenworth Mechanics Truck (welder,crane), FUEL & LUBE TRUCK: One of a Kind 2004 IH – fully equipped!, VEHICLES: 2008 Mercedes SUV (diesel), 2008 GMC SUV, 2007 Dodge Nitro (4x4), 2008 Ford F350 Dually, 2006 Ford F350 King Ranch, 2006 Ford F250 Harley Davidson – all in MINT condition!!, PLUS BOX TRAILER, ENCLOSED TRAILER, TAGALONG, D6R & other GPS Systems, Lasers, Survey Equipment, Large Quantity of Tools & Shop Equipment. TN AUCTIONEER LICENSE: #00005432 / Jack Lyon TN AUCTION FIRM: #00004268 / Alex Lyon & Son Inc. Everything sells “AS IS,” “WHERE IS,” everything sells to the highest bidder without minimums or reserve.

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ALEX LYON & SON AUCTIONEERS www.lyonauction.com Phone: 315-633-2944 • San Bernardino, CA Fri., June 18, 2010 For: Late Model Construction, Support, Trucks & Trailers • Atlantic City, NJ Sat.-Sun., June 19-20, 2010 For: Late Model Construction, Support Equipment, Trucks & Trailers • Columbus, OH Wed., June 23, 2010 For: Dump Trucks, Truck Tractors, Straight & Pickup Trucks, Drop Decks – Hi-Flat & Dump Trailers, Support Equipment • Nashville, TN Fri., June 25, 2010 For: Complete Liquidation of Late Model Cat Earthmoving Equipment, Trucks & Trailers, Support Equipment • Boston, MA Sat., June 26, 2010 For: Complete Liquidation: Construction, Aggregate, Support Equipment, Trucks & Trailers • Queretaro, Mexico Fri., July 2, 2010 For: Late Model Construction Equipment, Large Quantity of Forklifts, Support Equipment, Trucks & Trailers

RITCHIE BROS. AUCTIONEERS www.rbauction.com Phone: 402-421-2631 • Atlanta, GA June 17, 2010 • Panama City, Panama June 18, 2010 • Minneapolis, MN June 22, 2010 • Jackson, MS June 22, 2010 • Casper, WY June 23, 2010 • Columbus, OH June 23, 2010 • Phoenix, AZ June 24, 2010 • Hartford, CT June 24, 2010 • Geelong, Australia June 24, 2010 • Grand Prairie, AB, CAN June 24-25, 2010 • Anchorage, AK June 26, 2010 • St. Louis, MO June 29, 2010 • Statesville, NC June 30, 2010 • St. Aubin Sur Gaillon, France July 6, 2010 • Toronot, ONT, CAN July 6, 2010

• Albany, NY Sat., July 10, 2010 For: Complete Liquidation of 3 Generations in Business. Excellent Paving, Construction, Support Equipment, Trucks and Trailers

• Regina, SK, CAN July 7, 2010

• Dallas, TX Wed., July 14, 2010 For: Rental Returns of Forklifts, Aerial Lifts, Construction, Support Equipment, Trucks & Trailers

• Los Angeles, CA July 9, 2010

• Syracuse, NY Sat, July 17, 2010 For: Lyon’s Annual Summer Hay Camp & Friday Night Barbeque: Late Model Construction, Support Equipment, Aerial Lifts, Trucks & Trailers • Orlando, FL Thurs., August 19, 2010 For: Late Model Rental Returns of Forklifts, Aerial Lifts, Construction, Support Equipment, Trucks & Trailers • Fort Wayne, IN Wed.-Thurs, September 15-16, 2010 For: Construction, Aerial Lift, Forklift, Support Equipment, Trailers, Truck Tractors, Pickups • Middletown (Florida), NY DATE TBA For: Rental Fleet Construction Equipment, Support, Aerial Lifts, Trucks & Trailers • Detroit, MI DATE TBA For: Complete Liquidation of Construction and Support Equipment • Cleveland, OH DATE TBA For: Dump Trucks, Truck Tractors, Straight and Pickup Trucks, Drop Decks, Trailers, Support Equipment

• Truro, NS, CAN July 8, 2010 • Moncofo, Spain July 8, 2010

• Montreal, QC, CAN July 13, 2010 • Chicago, IL July 13-14, 2010 • Sacramento, CA July 14, 2010 • Caorso, Italy July 15, 2010 • Prince George, BC, CAN July 15, 2010 • Fort Worth, TX July 15-16, 2010 • Istanbul, Turkey July 17, 2010 • Chilliwack, BC, CAN July 21, 2010 • Dubai, United Arab Emirates July 26-28, 2010 • Olympia, WA July 29, 2010 • Northeast, MD August 3, 2010 • Albuquerque, NM August 4, 2010 • Torreon, NM August 5, 2010 • Las Vegas, NV August 6, 2010

Coming Auctions BAR NONE AUCTION www.barnoneauction.com Phone: 866-372-1700 • San Bernardino, CA Fri., June 18, 2010 For: Commercial Truck and Heavy Equipment Auction • Sacramento, CA Sat., July 10, 2010 For: Commercial Truck and Heavy Equipment Auction • San Bernardino, CA Fri., July 23, 2010 For: Commercial Truck and Heavy Equipment Auction • Sacramento, CA Sat., August 14, 2010 For: Commercial Truck and Heavy Equipment Auction • San Bernardino, CA Thurs.-Sat., August 26-28, 2010 For: Commercial Truck and Heavy Equipment Auction • Sacramento, CA Sat., September 11, 2010 For: Commercial Truck and Heavy Equipment Auction • San Bernardino, CA Fri., September 24, 2010 For: Commercial Truck and Heavy Equipment Auction • Sacramento, CA Sat., October 9, 2010 For: Commercial Truck and Heavy Equipment Auction • San Bernardino, CA Fri., October 22, 2010 For: Commercial Truck and Heavy Equipment Auction • Sacramento, CA Thurs.-Sat. November 11-13, 2010 For: Commercial Truck and Heavy Equipment Auction • San Bernardino, CA Fri., November 19, 2010 For: Commercial Truck and Heavy Equipment Auction • Sacramento, CA Sat., December 11, 2010 For: Commercial Truck and Heavy Equipment Auction • San Bernardino, CA Fri., December 17, 2010 For: Commercial Truck and Heavy Equipment Auction CAT AUCTION SERVICES www.catauctions.com Phone: 866-750-9432

• Pendleton, IN Fri., June 18, 2010 For: 18th Annual Summer Construction Equipment Auction HILCO INDUSTRIAL, LLC www.hilcoind.com Phone: 847-313-4747 • Hueysville, KY Thurs., July 15, 2010 For: Large Offering of Surface and Strip Mining Equipment HILLER AUCTION SERVICE www.hillerauction.com Phone: 763-856-2453 • Zimmerman, MN Sat., June 26, 2010 For: Summer Contractor, Landscaper and Sportsman Auction HUNYADY AUCTION COMPANY www.hunyady.com Phone: 800-233-6898 • Omaha, NE Wed., June 30, 2010 For: Absolute Auction NegusSons, Inc. • Brodheadsville, PA Thurs., July 15, 2010 For: Surplus Equipment from Frantz Trucking & Excavating • Fort Meade, FL Wed. July 21, 2010 For: Sealed Bid Auction – Recently Off-Lease Equipment INSIGHT AUCTIONEERS www.insightauction.com Phone: 863-386-1225 • Sebring, FL Saturday, July 17, 2010 • Sebring, FL Saturday, September 18, 2010

• Des Moines, IA Thurs., June 17, 2010 For: Construction Equipment, Trucks, Trailers

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

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

• Foley, MN Fri., September 17, 2010

• Harrison, MI Thurs., June 24, 2010 For: (2) Complete Excavating Contractor Auctions

• Foley, MN Fri., December 3, 2010

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

• Orlando, FL October 13-14, 2010

• Huntsville, AL Thurs., June 24, 2010 For: Construction Equipment, Trucks, Trailers and Support Equipment

• Moncofa, Spain October 28, 2010

• Philadelphia, MS Thurs., July 15, 2010

• Salt Lake City, UT August 17, 2010

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

• Portage, WI Fri., July 16, 2010

• Portage, WI Fri., October 15, 2010

J.J. KANE AUCTIONEERS www.jjkane.com Phone: 856-764-7163

STOCK AUCTION COMPANY www.stockra.com Phone: 800-937-3558

• Hagerstown, MD Thurs., June 17, 2010 For: Complete Liquidation Valley Excavating

• Flagler, CO Fri., June 18, 2010 For: Farm Machinery • Wed., June 23, 2010 BIG IRON Timed Internet Auction ONLY

MANHEIM AUCTIONS www.manheimauctions.com Phone: 863-607-5440

• Wed., July 14, 2010 BIG IRON Timed Internet Auction ONLY

• Lakeland, FL Fri., June 25, 2010 For: Construction Equipment

• Wed., July 28, 2010 BIG IRON Timed Internet Auction ONLY

MIEDEMA AUCTIONEERING & APPRAISAL www.repocast.com Phone: 1-866-550-REPO • ONLINE ONLY AUCTION Tues., June 22, 2010 – 8AM EDT For: Construction Equipment NITKE AUCTIONS www.nitkeauctions.com Phone: 715-362-6162 • Wausau, WI Sat., June 19, 2010 For: Construction Equipment, Truck & Trailer Auction

• Wed., August 11, 2010 BIG IRON Timed Internet Auction ONLY • Wed., August 25, 2010 BIG IRON Timed Internet Auction ONLY • Omaha, NE Sat., August 28, 2010 For: Fleet Vehicle and Heavy Equipment Auction TAMPA MACHINERY AUCTION, INC. www.tmauction.com Phone: 813-986-2485 • Tampa, FL Sat., July 10, 2010

• Marquette, MI September TBA For: CCMO – Mining Equipment, Trucks

• Tampa, FL Sat., August 14, 2010

• Wausau, WI Fri.-Sat, October 22-23, 2010 For: 2-Day Construction Equipment, Truck & Trailer Auction

• Tampa, FL Sat., October 9, 2010

PETROWSKY AUCTIONEERS INC. www.petrowskyauctioneers.com Phone: 860-642-4200 • Franklin, CT Fri.-Sat., June 25-26, 2010 For: Construction Equipment, Earthmoving and Paving Equipment, Trucks and Trailers PURPLE WAVE AUCTION www.purplewave.com Phone: 866-608-9283 ONLINE AUCTION Bidding Closes Tues, June 29 – 10AM For: Auto, Heavy Trucks, Construction Equipment, Tools, Trailers and More! RDO AUCTIONS www.rdoauctions.com Phone: 866-536-5189 • ONLINE AUCTION June 21-28, 2010 • ONLINE AUCTION July 20-27, 2010

• Tampa, FL Sat., September 11, 2010

• Tampa, FL Sat., November 13, 2010 • Tampa, FL Sat., December 11, 2010 UTILITY AUCTIONS www.utilityauctions.net Phone: 302-530-9103 • Wilmington, DE Fri., June 25, 2010 For: Construction and Utility Equipment WAYNE PIKE AUCTION COMPANY www.waynepikeauction.com Phone: 763-389-2700 • Hamel, MN Mon., June 21, 2010 For: Heavy Equipment, Trucks and Trailers WOLFE INDUSTRIAL AUCTIONS, INC. www.wolfeauctions.com Phone: 800-443-9580 • York Springs, PA Fri., June 18, 2010 For: Southern PA Contractors Auction

IRON PLANET AUCTIONS www.ironplanet.com Phone: 888-433-5426 ONLINE AUCTIONS Go to www.ironplanet.com to view the complete auction schedules, inspection reports and to place your bid!

RITCHASON AUCTIONEERS INC. www.ritchason.com Phone: 800-806-3395 • Lebanon, TN Sat., June 19, 2010

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

• Thurs., June 17, 2010 For: Construction Equipment

• Lebanon, TN Sat., September 18, 2010

• Riverview (Detroit), MI Tues., June 29, 2010

• Thurs., June 24, 2010 For: Construction Equipment

• Lebanon, TN Sat., December 11, 2010

• Lancaster, NH Thurs., August 26, 2010

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


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Ritchie Bros. Reels in More Than 2,100 Bidders in Orlando

Jamie Wurthmann (L) of Kolortrax in Lakeland and Rob Traviesa, owner of Bayside Machinery Co. in St. Petersburg, spent a few minutes comparing notes on the equipment business.

This 2006 Kawasaki 95Z went for $70,000.

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ore than 2,100 registered bidders participated online and in-person at Ritchie Bros. two-day multi-million dollar public unreserved auction held May 25 and 26 in Orlando, Fla. Bidders came from 59 countries, including 48 U.S. states and all 10 Canadian provinces. More than 65 percent of the equipment and trucks (based on gross auction proceeds) went to buyers from outside the state. More than 3,100 lots from more than 300 different owners were sold during the two-day auction. see RITCHIE page 85

Butch Gordon (L) of Gordon Construction in Minnesota and Jeff Boykin of Boykin Construction in Florida enjoyed renewing their friendship.

Roger Fisher, general manager of T-Quip of Florida, thought the loader prices were a little high for him.

This water truck’s mileage was a little high for Tom Brooks (L) and Jeff Munn of Southeast Hydro Seeding in Orlando, but there were quite a few others to look over.

Gary Morris of Goetller & Sons Construction in Ft. Pierce, Fla., takes a good look at this LeeBoy roller.

Marcus Shepard (L) and Alden Perkins of APEquip in Plant City, Fla., were bidding but always coming it at No. 2.


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Online Auction Thursday, June 24

110 Aerial Work Platforms

44 Backhoes

88 Compactors

63 Dozers

91 Excavators

78 Forklifts

86 Loaders

53 Skid-Steers

158 Trucks – On-Road

Visit our website to see the complete list of equipment, review the guaranteed inspection reports, and place your bids.

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Inspected and Guaranteed www.ironplanet.com s 888-433-5426

Auction Company Bond #70259785. Preliminary list to date. Equipment subject to change.


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3300 County Line Road, Lakeland, Florida 33811

AT MANHEIM IMPERIAL

June 25th 9 AM

To consign, call Edna Williams at 815.593.0961 For more information, call customer service at 1-877-704-INFO(4636) or visit www.ManheimHeavyTruckAuctions.com


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More Than 3,100 Lots Go Sealed Bid Auction Recently Off Lease Equipment on the Block in Orlando RITCHIE from page 82

Bid Deadline:

Wed., July 21, 2010 5:00PM EDT Fort Meade, Florida Crawler Tractors

This John Deere 650G may be going to Indiana if the price is right for Scott Normington

`05 CAT D8R Series II, s/n 6YZ02023, Cat dsl and ps trans, e/w semi-U blade w/right tilt, diff steer, Paccar SlowSpeed winch (no rope), EROPS w/ac, and 28” SBG pads • `05 KOMATSU D375A-5, s/n 18368, Komatsu SA6D170E3, 525HP dsl and ps trans, e/w Dymax full U-blade w/right tilt, 3rd valve and cab controls (removed), ROPS over enclosed cab w/heat and ac, rear counterweight, and 32” SBG pads • `05 KOMATSU D275AX-5, s/n 20195, Komatsu SDA6D140E-3, 446HP dsl and ps trans, e/w U-blade w/twin tilt, 3rd valve w/ripper controls, joystick controls, ROPS over enclosed cab w/heat and ac, rear counterweight and hitch, and 29.5” SBG pads • `05 KOMATSU D275AX-5, s/n 20193, Komatsu SDA6D140E-3, 446HP dsl and ps trans, e/w U-blade w/twin tilt, 3rd valve w/ripper controls, joystick controls, ROPS over enclosed cab w/heat and ac, rear counterweight and hitch, and 29.5” SBG pads • `05 KOMATSU D275AX-5, s/n 20194, Komatsu SDA6D140E-3, 446HP dsl and ps trans, e/w U-blade w/twin tilt, 3rd valve w/ripper controls, joystick controls, ROPS over enclosed cab w/heat and ac, rear counterweight and hitch, and 29.5” SBG pads

Hydraulic Excavators

Ken Holbrook came down from Ocala, Fla., to take a look at some of the Cat 928G loaders.

This Cat 928G was getting a close look from Chuck Spooner of Central Atlanta Tractor Sales Inc. in Austell, Ga.

`05 CAT 345BL Series II, s/n AGS02689, Cat 3176C dsl and hydraulic drive, e/w 13’ dipper stick, Cat 48” digging bucket, Lincoln Quicklub auto lube system, 35.5” TBG pads, and 17’7” crawlers • `05 CAT 345BL Series II, s/n AGS02688, Cat 3176C dsl and hydraulic drive, e/w 13’ dipper stick, Cat 48” digging bucket, Lincoln Quicklub auto lube system, 35.5” TBG pads, and 17’7” crawlers

Rubber Tired Loader `05 KOMATSU WA500-3LK, s/n A72245, Komatsu dsl (reman) and ps trans, e/w Rockland 66” fork attachment w/hydraulic clamp, Rockland hydraulic quick coupler, Lincoln Quicklub auto lube system, ROPS over enclosed cab w/heat and ac, power windows, and 29.5x25 E-3/L-3 tires

Motor Grader `04 KOMATSU GD555-3C, s/n 51023, Komatsu 5.9L dsl and 8 speed auto/ps trans, e/w 14’ all hydraulic moldboard, scarifier mount and controls, EROPS w/ac, and 17.5R25 tires.

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

www.hunyady.com The virtual auction of some of the other equipment drew an enthusiastic crowd.

FL Auction License No.: AB2215 While information is believed to be accurate, all items will be sold “As-Is, Where-Is” w/out guarantee or warranty. A physical inspection is suggested.


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ADVERTISER INDEX ALEX LYON & SON INC MURFREESBORO TN ..................................................79 ANACONDA CONVEYORS USA INC ..................................25 ASC CONSTRUCTION EQUIPMENT USA ......................3,40 ATCO EQUIPMENT ................................................................2 BARGAINS ............................................................................74 BEASLEY FOREST PRODUCTS ........................................20 BLANCHARD MACHINERY USED PARTS ....................15,55 BOMAG ................................................................................41 BROOKS SALES INC ..........................................................18 CASE CONSTRUCTION ......................................................65 CAT AUCTION SERVICES DES MOINES IA............................................................77 CEDARAPIDS INC ................................................................32 CEG SCALE MODELS..........................................................62 CLASSIFIEDS ..................................................................72,73 CLEVELAND BROTHERS EQUIPMENT CO ......................10 CONSTRUCTION EQUIPMENT GUIDE MORE VALUE FOR YOUR ADVERTISING DOLLAR ..58 ATTACHMENTS PROMO..............................................46 CEG WANTED ..............................................................75 D & E MFG ............................................................................15 DEANCO AUCTION & SALES CO INC HUNTSVILLE AL ..........................................................81 DOOSAN INFRACORE AMERICA ......................................69 DYNAPAC..............................................................................43 E D ETNYRE & CO ..............................................................40 ESCO CORP ........................................................................54 FAE USA INC ......................................................................32 FLINT EQUIPMENT CO........................................................21 G S EQUIPMENT ..................................................................19 GEITH INC ............................................................................12 GOMACO CORP ..................................................................34 HALE TRAILER BRAKE & WHEEL ......................................13 HEAVYQUIP ..........................................................................51 HUNYADY AUCTION CO SEALED BID..................................................................85 HYUNDAI CONSTRUCTION EQUIPMENT ..........................59 IRON PLANET ONLINE AUCTION ........................................................83 JCB INC ................................................................................67 JFW EQUIPMENT INC..........................................................42 JOHN DEERE ......................................................................49 JOHN DEERE SKID STEER ................................................71 KLEIN PRODUCTS INC........................................................57

LEEBOY ................................................................................36 LIUGONG ..............................................................................53 LOUISIANA MACHINERY ....................................................16 M D MOODY & SONS INC ....................................................7 MANHEIM AUCTION LAKELAND FL ..............................................................84 MAULDIN PAVING PRODUCTS ..........................................31 MAY HEAVY EQUIPMENT......................................................5 NORTRAX EQUIPMENT CO FL ............................................6 NPK CONSTRUCTION EQUIPMENT INC ..........................63 PINNACLE CENTRAL CO ....................................................27 R S BRASWELL CO INC ......................................................20 R W MOORE EQUIPMENT CO ..............................................9 RING POWER CRANE ........................................................18 RITCHASON AUCTIONEERS LEBANON TN................................................................79 RITCHIE BROS. AUCTIONEERS ........................................87 ROAD BUILDERS MACHINERY ..........................................24 ROADTEC ............................................................................35 ROSCO MFG CO ..................................................................30 RSC EQUIPMENT RENTAL..................................................12 SAKAI AMERICA INC............................................................33 SOLESBEES EQUIP & ATTACHMENTS ..............................23 SPECTRA INTEGRATED SYSTEMS....................................48 STAFFORD ......................................................................44,45 STOLTZFUS MFG ................................................................18 STONE CONSTRUCTION EQUIPMENT..............................40 T-QUIP OF FLORIDA ............................................................24 TAKEUCHI ............................................................................66 TEREX TRUCKS ..................................................................68 TRACTOR TRACS INC ........................................................55 TRENCH SHORING SERVICES ..........................................23 U S SHORING ......................................................................17 UNITED RENTALS OF FLORIDA ........................................28 VOLVO COMPACTION ........................................................37 VOLVO CONSTRUCTION EQUIPMENT ..............................61 WIRTGEN AMERICA ............................................................39 YANMAR AMERICA ..............................................................88 ZANETIS POWER ATTACHMENTS ....................................42 CAROLINA STATE SUPPLEMENT ARROW EQUIPMENT INC ....................................................3 BENCH MARK TOOL & SUPPLY ..........................................7 BOBCAT CAROLINA’S............................................................8 CAROLINA CAT ......................................................................4 INTERSTATE EQUIPMENT CO ..............................................7

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EVERYTHING SELLS TO THE HIGHEST BIDDER

Auction Update MINNEAPOLIS, MN, USA 507.774.5050 JACKSON, MS, USA 601.939.2258 CASPER, WY, USA 307.472.0992 COLUMBUS, OH, USA 937.568.9500 PHOENIX, AZ, USA 602.269.5631 HARTFORD, CT, USA 860.684.1055 GEELONG,, VIC, AUSTRALIA +61.35245.3333 GRANDE PRAIRIE, AB, CAN 780.538.1100 ANCHORAGE, AK, USA 907.745.9900 ST LOUIS, MO, USA 618.688.1625 STATESVILLE, NC, USA 704.873.6633 ST. AUBIN SUR GAILLON, FRANCE +33.23.277.8610 TORONTO, ON, CAN 905.857.2422 REGINA, SK, CAN 306.776.2397 TRURO, NS, CAN 902.895.3700 MONCOFA, SPAIN +34.964.580.559 MONTREAL, QC, CAN 450.464.2888

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

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

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

Vermeer Puerto Rico

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

Vermeer of Texas-Louisiana

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

G & S Equipment Co., Inc.

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

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