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Work Proceeds on Treacherous 1-81 By Peter Hildebrandt CEG CORRESPONDENT

Linder Celebrates 60 Years…12

Richie Bros. Sale Draws a Crowd…88

A driver on Interstate 81 might describe the highway as a pleasing scenic drive through Virginia, but mountainous topography leaves other drivers describing it as treacherous and frustrating depending on weather and traffic conditions. The sections of I-81 near Blacksburg and farther north toward Lexington are a problem for drivers navigating the steep grades. This is arguably one of the most difficult sections of I-81. There are many slow-moving vehicles trying to make it up the mountainsides on this stretch of highway. Safety-enhancement features such as truck climbing lanes on this area of I-81 will allow the slower-moving traffic to stay out of the main line of traffic flow. The project in Montgomery

ConExpo Retro See page 30 for the first of an ongoing series of highlights from past ConExpos as they were reported in the pages of CEG.

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Table of Contents ........4 Mini & Compact Equipment Section ........ ..............................37-51 Paving Section ......53-65 Parts Section ........67-68 Business Calendar ......84 Advertisers Index ......94 Auction Section ....84-95

Trevor Wrayton, VDOT photo

The crews moved more than one million cu. yds. (764,554.9 cu m) of rock excavation.

County near Blacksburg is part of a federal funding applied to this location. In order encourage innovation and expedite the design and construction schedule, VDOT chose to use the design-build process to complete this project. Work began in August of

2010. The majority of the project is to be completed by Sept. 15 with the final completion date set for Nov. 15. The location of the project is the southbound Interstate 81 between mile markers 120 and 125 in Montgomery County. The see I-81 page 78

Miss. Transportation Projects AGC Opposes Bring Economic Growth to Coast Regulations on By Leighanne Lockhart THE SUN HERALD

BILOXI, Miss. (AP) Several transportation projects going on in south Mississippi counties are “very positive for the coast’’ and much needed, said Tom King, Southern District commissioner of the state Department of Transportation. MDOT released its latest project update list in July for south Mississippi, and inter-

change constructions, bridge renovations, resurfacing, landscaping and other improvements are listed in Hancock, Harrison and Jackson counties. King said safety comes first in choosing the projects to fund, and economic development comes next. “Any time there’s economic development it equals jobs,’’ King said. “The coast needs it. We’re excited to be able to fund these projsee PROJECTS page 70

Employment The Obama administration should reconsider its proposal to impose oppressive new regulations governing the employment of veterans and people with disabilities on federal contractors, officials with the Associated General Contractors of America argued Aug. 6 during a meeting with the administration. Association officials said federal employment and complisee AGC page 70


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www.ascvolvo.com 2006 Volvo EC160B LC, 1900 Hrs, $80,000

Asphalt / Pavers / Concrete Equipment 2007 VOLVO PF6110, 2451 Hrs ......................$160,000 2007 VOLVO PF6110, 3061 Hrs ......................$160,000 2008 VOLVO PF6110, 2431 Hrs ......................$185,000 2007 VOLVO PF6170, 1451 Hrs ......................$230,000

Compactors-Smooth Drum (5) 2010 Volvo A40E, 1514-2709 hrs, $390,000 - $395,000

2010 VOLVO DD112HF, 1636 Hrs......................$85,000 2008 VOLVO DD118HF, 1858 Hrs......................$90,000 2007 VOLVO SD116DXTF, 4921 Hrs ..................$65,000

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2011 Volvo EW180C, 1677 hrs, $155,000

1997 CATERPILLAR 325B, 33212 Hrs ................$26,000 2008 VOLVO EC210C LC, 2369 Hrs ..................$115,000 2011 VOLVO EC210CL, 1931 Hrs ....................$145,000 2011 VOLVO EC240C LC, 2301 Hrs ..................$160,000 2006 VOLVO EC290B LC, 7836 Hrs ..................$65,000 2011 VOLVO EC290CL, 3009 Hrs ....................$165,000 2011 VOLVO EC340DL, 2948 Hrs ....................$235,000 2011 VOLVO EC340DL, 2820 Hrs ....................$230,000 2012 VOLVO EC340DL, 2342 Hrs ....................$260,000 2011 VOLVO EC380D, 1806 Hrs......................$265,000 2012 VOLVO EC380DL, 1734 Hrs ....................$265,000 2011 VOLVO EC460C LC, 3198 Hrs ..................$280,000 2011 VOLVO EC480DL, 2756 Hrs ....................$340,000 2012 VOLVO EC480DL, 2315 Hrs ....................$360,000

Excavators-Wheel 2002 VOLVO EW170, 7055 Hrs ........................$55,000 2011 VOLVO EW180C, 1677 Hrs ....................$155,000 2011 VOLVO EW180C, 2528 Hrs ....................$155,000

Motor Graders 2012 Volvo L90G, 2549 hrs, $170,000

2008 VOLVO G930, 3913 Hrs ........................$120,000 2009 VOLVO G930, 3627 Hrs ........................$120,000 2009 VOLVO G930, 2680 Hrs ........................$120,000 2008 VOLVO G940, 2770 Hrs ........................$155,000 2011 VOLVO G946B, 1856 Hrs ......................$245,000

2011 Volvo L150G, 1937 hrs, $280,000

2006 CATERPILLAR 740, 10624 Hrs ................$185,000 2004 VOLVO A25D, 5389 Hrs ........................$190,000 2006 VOLVO A25D, 7270 Hrs ........................$120,000 2007 VOLVO A25D, 6340 Hrs ........................$155,000 2010 VOLVO A25F, 1727 Hrs ........................$285,000 2011 VOLVO A25F, 2344 Hrs ........................$285,000 2012 VOLVO A25F, 1543 Hrs ........................$310,000 2012 VOLVO A25F, 1585 Hrs ........................$310,000 (5) 2006 VOLVO A30D, 4710 - 10655 Hrs...................... ..............................................$105,000 - $215,000 2008 VOLVO A30E, 7123 Hrs ........................$175,000 2008 VOLVO A30E, 6402 Hrs ........................$175,000 2011 VOLVO A30E, 2823 Hrs ........................$310,000

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(2) 2012 Volvo A40F, 1580-1730 hrs, $440,000-$460,000

2011 Volvo EC380D, 1806 hrs, $265,000

Sweepers / Broom Equipment 2010 BROCE MK I, 488 Hrs ............................$93,750

Wheel Loaders 2009 CASE 921E, 7450 Hrs ..........................$130,000 2006 CATERPILLAR 930G, 7015 Hrs..................$75,000 2001 CATERPILLAR 950G, 11050 Hrs ................$80,000 2001 CATERPILLAR 950G, 10695 Hrs ................$80,000 2008 CATERPILLAR 962H, 3843 Hrs ................$165,000 1998 CATERPILLAR 980G II, 21984 Hrs..............$62,500 2010 VOLVO L110F, 5170 Hrs ........................$145,000 (3) 2011 VOLVO L110F, 3065 - 5034 Hrs ...................... ..............................................$145,000 - $180,000 (3) 2012 VOLVO L110G, 2306 - 2510 Hrs ...................... ..............................................$225,000 - $230,000 2006 VOLVO L150E, 15854 Hrs........................$70,000 2009 VOLVO L150F, 5508 Hrs ........................$205,000 2010 VOLVO L150F, 8030 Hrs ........................$160,000 2010 VOLVO L150F, 11459 Hrs ......................$140,000 (5) 2011 VOLVO L150G, 1487 - 2969 Hrs ...................... ..............................................$275,000 - $280,000 2010 VOLVO L180F, 2219 Hrs ........................$265,000 2012 VOLVO L180G, 2335 Hrs ......................$325,000 2012 VOLVO L180G, 1982 Hrs ......................$335,000 2003 VOLVO L220E, 15635 Hrs........................$90,000 2011 VOLVO L350F, 1812 Hrs ........................$685,000 2006 VOLVO L60E, 11591 Hrs ........................$55,000 1996 VOLVO L70C, 16602 Hrs ........................$32,000 2007 VOLVO L70E, 5532 Hrs ..........................$90,000 2007 VOLVO L70F, 5951 Hrs..........................$110,000 (3) 2012 VOLVO L70G, 2600 - 2687 Hrs ...................... ..............................................$148,000 - $160,000 2012 VOLVO L90G, 2553 Hrs ........................$170,000 2012 VOLVO L90G, 1591 Hrs ........................$165,000

(2) 2009 Volvo G930, 2663-3623 hrs, $120,000 Ea.

(2) 2007 Volvo T450D, 1530-1632 hrs, $225,000 Ea.

(3) 2011 Volvo L110F, 3055-5034 hrs, $145,000-$180,000


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LINDER INDUSTRIAL MACHINERY COMPANY CELEBRATES 60 YEARS

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Getting Creative Key to Coping With the Recovery At its peak, Gary Otter Construction employed better than a dozen people and was grinding massive volumes of mulch throughout a three-county area in and around Charleston, S.C. Realizing that unbridled growth is not always a good thing, owner Gary Otter decided to slow down to catch a breath of fresh air, and then later re-emerged as a leaner company with a different set of goals. Today, the company operates with a staff that is one-third its original size, has downsized its equipment to better meet its needs and has just completed work in support of the PGA Championship tour stop in Kiawah Island, S.C. Dealing with the economic downturn in the midst of that changeover demanded a lot of creativity on the part of Otter and his colleagues, but its new focus is allowing them to tackle all that they can — and want — to handle. Break Time Formed when Gary Otter came to Charleston from his native Long Island, N.Y., to build a home for his parents, the company he founded, Gary Otter Construction, quickly became a player in everything from general contracting to land clearing, to logging and more. “We eventually started focusing on logging, land clearing and large-scale mulch production, and that served us well for quite a while,” said Otter. “However, about eight or nine years ago, getting rid of all that material became a real issue. Not only was the competition fierce from other clearing companies in the region, the customers we had for the mulch started demanding wood chips rather than mulch from landclearing projects. We decided that the additional headaches, coupled with what had become a steady six- or seven-day work week, was just too much, and we really cut back on our work.” He said he had every intention of enjoying his partial retirement when a major area developer and resort owner

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with whom they’d worked in the past approached him about supplying mulch for their operation. “This is a huge development company that owns several properties in the Charleston area, one of which is Kiawah Island Resort. They needed someone to provide them with a steady supply of mulch for their golf courses and properties. I felt this was something that I — along with my brothers Gary Otter Construction uses a Cat 320E to feed its Wood Hog.

who worked with me before — could reasonably handle, so we started back up again.” Downsizing the Effort Recognizing that the scale of this effort was going to be far different from the one they previously operated, Otter contacted Tidewater Equipment, his local Morbark dealer, about purchasing a grinder. In the past, they’d relied upon a Morbark 7600 Wood Hog, which, while extremely productive, was overkill for the volume of work they now anticipated doing. “We also knew that there had been a lot of advancements made in grinding technology since we bought that first Wood Hog,” he said. “So we looked into a smaller machine that could still give us some really nice production and chose an 800-hp Morbark 3800 Wood Hog. That machine, teamed up with a Tigercat 726 feller buncher and other support equipment, has been the backbone of our land clearing and mulching operation.” The bulk of Otter’s work revolves around providing mulch to the operator of the resort — anywhere from 50 to 70 100-yard loads four times each year for use on golf courses, around the various resort properties, etc. Upon arrival at his central location, all the material is first looked at, and any palmetto trees — which produce a product that is too stringy for their needs — are separated out. The remaining wood waste is then ground and reground through the 3800 Wood Hog and either stockpiled for subsequent use or delivered for immediate application. To avoid having to upsize in order to meet occasional volume challenges, Otter has teamed up with another mulch producer in the area who provides additional feedstock to meet the demand. “I work with Brett Henry of W. B. Henry Contracting in Charleston,” he said. “Brett has a chipper and two grinders — also all Morbark machines — so whatever material he see OTTER page 67


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(L-R): Stewart Johnson, chairman of Morgan Corp. in Spartanburg, S.C.; Rich Zivitski of Morgan Corp.; and John Coughlin, president of Linder Industrial Machinery, talk about the day’s activities.

(L-R): Frank Carter of Commercial Credit in Columbia, S.C.; Andrew Patterson and Jake Hagood, both of PP&S Asphalt Milling in Greenville, S.C.; and Andy Chapman of Linder Industrial Machinery attend the Linder Industrial Machinery luncheon.

Linder Industrial Machinery Company Celebrates 60 Years

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inder Industrial Machinery Company is celebrating its 60th anniversary this year with many customer events throughout the region. It held a luncheon at its location in Greer, S.C., on Aug. 12 to thank its customers and friends for their business. A hearty barbecue lunch was served. With 16 locations in key cities throughout North Carolina, South

Carolina and Florida, Linder is a full service dealer supporting many markets and industries. In addition to being one of the largest Komatsu dealers in North America, Linder represents many other lines of equipment including Wirtgen milling machines; Vogele pavers; Hamm compaction products; Kleemann crushing

products; Genesis demolition and scrap attachments; Superior Broom; Etnyre & Midland and other brands. For more information on Linder Industrial Machinery visit www.linderco.com (This story also can be found on Construction Equipment Guide’s Web site at www.constructionequipmentguide.com.) CEG

Clary Hood (L) of Clary Hood Inc. in Spartanburg, S.C., and John Coughlin, president of Linder Industrial Machinery, await the day’s activities.

(L-R): Andy Chapman of Linder Industrial Machinery talks with Danny Taylor and Harry Williamson, both of B&C Construction in Taylors, S.C.

Stewart Johnson Jr. (L) of Morgan Corp. and Eddie Reeps of ECR in Simpsonville, S.C., enjoy the Linder Industrial Machinery event.

Mike Strange (L) and Eddie Jenkinson, both of Strange Brothers Grading in Greenville, S.C., talk about the day.

(L-R): Bill Winters of Linder Industrial Machinery; Clary Hood of Clary Hood Inc. in Spartanburg, S.C.; and Jimmy Martin of Martin Brothers Construction in Gray Court, S.C., share a few laughs.

(L-R): Dennis West of Powers Construction in Woodruff, S.C.; Mark Buhler, Michael Powers and Andy Chapman of Linder Industrial Machinery; and C.J. West of Powers Construction in Woodruff, S.C., enjoy the barbecue lunch.


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Providing a Full Line of New and Used Equipment 358 Kings Hwy Fredericksburg, VA 540-373-7755

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2005 BOBCAT S250 STK# CU3673, CAB W/HEAT & A/C, HYD. CPLR, 80” TOOTH BKT, LOW HRS, 839 HRS $24,000

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2008 DEERE 50D STK# CU3669, CAB W/HEAT & A/C, QUICK COUPLER, 16”&24” BKTS, 2153 HRS $38,500

2007 CASE 580M, STK# CE4360, 2WD, OROPS, KENT HAMMER, 579 HRS ................................$54,500 1985 CASE 855D, STK# RM8082, SWEEPS, BACK SCREEN, G.P. BUCKET, GOOD GROUND WORK, 5027 HRS ................................................................................................................................................$13,500 2012 TAKEUCHI TB250, STK# KA0894, OROPS, ANGLE BLADE, POWERTILT SWINGER, 36” BKT, FACTORY WARRANTY, 379 HRS ..............................................................................................................$51,500 2008 TAKEUCHI TB175, STK# KA0753, CAB W/HEAT & A/C, QUICK COUPLER, 24” BKT, GOOD TRACKS, 1224 HRS ......................................................................................................................................$63,500 2009 HYUNDAI ROBEX 160 LC-7A, STK# CU3604, CAB W/HEAT & A/C, 24” SHOES, HYD. THUMB, 42” BKT, 1494 HRS ..............................................................................................................................$82,500 2010 KUBOTA KX057, STK# KU0507, OROPS, ANGLE BLADE, HYD. THUMB, 24” BKT, 949 HRS$48,500 2010 KUBOTA KX080-3, STK# KU0513, CAB W/HEAT & A/C, ANGLE BLADE, HYD. THUMB, QUICK COUPLER, 36” BKT, 979 HRS................................................................................................................$76,500 1999 KUBOTA KX41, STK# CU3678, OROPS, 12” BKT, 3513 HRS ..................................................$9,500 2008 TAKEUCHI TL130, STK# CU3655, OROPS, BRAND NEW TRACKS, 67” SMOOTH BKT, 1370 HRS...... ........................................................................................................................................................$22,500 2007 MUSTANG MTL25, STK# CU3674, CAB W/HEAT & A/C, 80” SMOOTH BKT, GOOD TRACKS, NO DENTS, 1112 HRS ..........................................................................................................................$32,000 2003 DEERE 260 II, STK# CU3651, OROPS, SMOOTH BKT, FAIR TIRES, VERY LOW HRS, 869 HRS ........ ........................................................................................................................................................$13,500 2001 CAT 226, STK# RM8086, OROPS, 67” DIRT BKT, EXTRA SET OF SOLIT TIRES, 1876 HRS $13,500 2011 TAKEUCHI TB1140, STK# KA0888, A/C, HYD. THUMB, 36” BKT, FACTORY WARRANTY TIL 2/27/14, 658 HRS ......................................................................................................................................$109,500 2011 TAKEUCHI TW65, STK# KA0861, LOOKS NEW, CAB W/HEAT & A/C, 71” BKT W/BOCE, WARRANTY TIL 2/27/14, 257 HRS ....................................................................................................................$55,000 2012 KUBOTA BX25, STK# KS0361, ONLY 30 HRS, LOOKS BRAND NEW! 4WD, OROPS, LOADER, BACKHOE ................................................................................................................................................$17,500

Contact Rick Marsh: (540) 220-4333


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Equipment Located in Pennsylvania & West Virginia.

1983 CAT 773B OFF HIGHWAY WATER TRUCK ID# UP10912N, SMU 20393, CAB, AIR CONDITIONING, 10,000 GALLON AGM WATER TANK, TIRES @ 20387 HRS, FRONTS 57-62%, RR1 18%, RR2 25%, LR1 51%, LR2 38%...$305,000

2012 CAT 226B SKID STEER LOADER ID# UT13289, SMU 121, TIER IV C2.2T ENGINE, OROPS, SELF-LEVELING, 1-SPEED, STANDARD FLOW, MAN. QUICK COUPLER, ELEC CONTROL FOR IMPLEMENTS, BUCKET, TIRES 5%...$29,000

Count On Cleveland Brothers To Know What You’re Getting. 1.855.545.0267 ClevelandBrothers.com Email: smasisak@clevelandbrothers.com

2009 CASE 420 SKID STEER LOADER ID# UP13355, SMU 237, TIER IV ENGINE, CAB, AIR CONDITIONING, 2 SPEED TRAVEL, MULTIFLOW, RIDE CONTROL, HYDRAULIC QUICK COUPLER, BUCKET, GALAXY 10X16.5 TIRES @ 237 HRS, RF 73%, LF 68%, RR57%, LR 78%...$25,000

CAT 730 ARTICULATED TRUCK ID# UP13267, TIER II 3196 ENGINE, RETARDER, TIRES @ 9415HRS, FRONTS 6065%, REARS 80-85%...$158,000

SUMMER SALE 2011 CAT 420E IT, ID# UT13256, SMU: 2936 ..........................$67,000 CAT 312DL HYDRAULIC EXCAVATOR ID# UT13108, CAB, AIR CONDITIONING, AUXILIARY HYDRAULICS, 1PC BOOM, LONG STICK, BUCKET, PLUMBED FOR COUPLER USE, UC @ 5382HRS, 24IN TG SHOES 81%, BUSHINGS 92-99% NOT TURNED, LINKS 99%, IDLERS 99%, ROLLERS 95-99%, CARRIERS 95%...$105,000

2010 CAT 305CCR, ID# UT13213, SMU: 1207 ........................$48,000 2006 CAT 312CL, ID# UT13365, SMU: 9990............................$56,000 2004 CAT 321CLCR, ID# UP12743, SMU: 8231 ....................$110,000 2010 CAT 336DL, ID# UP12443, SMU: 2723 ........................$190,000 1996 CAT 350L, ID# UT13307, SMU: 11454............................$55,000

2008 CAT D8T TRACK-TYPE TRACTOR ID# UT13319, SMU 4170, EROPS, A/C, STRAIGHT BLADE, VAR SPEED WINCH, FAIRLEAD, UC @ 4175 HRS, 24” SHOES 96%, LINKS 96%, BUSHINGS 95%, SEGMENTS 82%, IDLERS 88%, RS ROLLERS 98%, LS ROLLERS 57%, CARRIERS 5157%...$320,000

1988 CAT 16G, ID# UP13331, SMU: 21123 ..........................$145,000 1998 CAT 771D WATER TRUCK, ID# UP12219, SMU: 25188 ................ ..............................................................................Reduced $260,000 2008 CAT 775F, ID# UP12343, SMU: 6128............................$550,000 2002 CAT 773E, ID# UP12704, SMU: 19665 ........................$365,000 2004 CAT 10R, ID# UP10702N, SMU: 27983 ........................$485,000 1999 CAT 773B OFF HIGHWAY TRUCK ID# UP12192, SMU 17245, CAB, AIR CONDITIONING, DUAL SLOPE BODY, RETARDER, TRACTION CONTROL, LINER, TITAN 24.00R35 TIRES @ 17247 HRS, FRONTS 82%, REARS 75%...$358,000

2005 CAT D10T, ID# UP12550, SMU: 18551 ........................$720,000 CALL FOR PICTURES AND MORE INFO

2007 CAT 328DLCR HYDRAULIC EXCAVATOR ID# UT13097, SMU 4049, EROPS, AIR CONDITIONING, RADIO, AUXILIARY HYDRAULICS, HYDRAULIC QUICK COUPLER, BUCKET, COLD WEATHER STARTER, UC @ 4040 HRS, 34” SHOES 85%, LINKS 80%, BUSHINGS 70%, SEGMENTS 80%, IDLERS 70%, ROLLERS 80%, CARRIER ROLLERS 70%...$195,000


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NEW LISTINGS

PARTS 1.855.545.0267 EXT. 2 ClevelandBrothers.com ARM CATERPILLAR, 953C, Used, 8G4021/31702 CATERPILLAR, 980C, Used, 9V6026/3062 AXLE CATERPILLAR, 962G, Rebuilt, 1120723/34470 CATERPILLAR, 962G, Rebuilt, 1383122/34471 CATERPILLAR, 980G,980G II, Rebuilt, 1725386/34668 CATERPILLAR, 980G,980G II, Rebuilt, 1725385/34669 CATERPILLAR, 980H, Rebuilt, 2327558/34667 CATERPILLAR, 992C,992D, Used, 1V5906/28594 BLADE, ANGLE CATERPILLAR, D5M,D5M LGP,D5N, New, 2096089/32261 CATERPILLAR, D8R,D8T, Used, 3377119/43238 BLADE, OTHER CATERPILLAR, D11R, Used, BL213 CATERPILLAR, D9N,D9R, Used, C063880A1

BUCKET, ROCK CATERPILLAR, 988B, 988F, Used, 2V6541/32635 BUCKET, TRENCHING

CATERPILLAR, D8T,D8R, Used, 2458152/33280 BOOMS CATERPILLAR, 375, Used, 1056205/36608

CYLINDER, OTHER CATERPILLAR, 657E, 657G, Used, 9T4974/3170 CATERPILLAR, 988B, 988F, Rebuilt, 4T6792/31244

CATERPILLAR, 446D, Used, 9R3236/36941 DIFFERENTIAL CAB, EROPS CATERPILLAR, 953C, Used, 1101397/32316 CATERPILLAR, 988G, New, 1289664/29291 CATERPILLAR, D10, Used, 3T8106/36149 CAB, OTHER CATERPILLAR, 375, 375L, Used, 1082517/33834

CATERPILLAR, 518, Rebuilt, 1V3304/2957 CATERPILLAR, 631, Rebuilt, 4D5730/2996 CATERPILLAR, 836, Rebuilt, 1367631/3203 CATERPILLAR, 769B, Rebuilt, 9M3946/3273 CATERPILLAR, 824C, Rebuilt, 4V1073/3180 CATERPILLAR, 824C, Used, 4V1073/31078 CATERPILLAR, 824C, Used, 3V4030/31079 CATERPILLAR, 836C, Used, 1452440/3212

CAB, ROPS

H LINK ENGINES, CAT

COUNTERWEIGHT CATERPILLAR, 962G, Used, 2318853/36042 CATERPILLAR, 980G, 980G II, Used, 1146030/28593 CATERPILLAR, D10T, Used, 2235568/39840 CATERPILLAR, D8R, Used, 6Y0610/34142

CATERPILLAR, 345, 350, Used, 1728478/43341 CATERPILLAR, 330C, 330C LC, 330CL, Used, 1608289/43340 CATERPILLAR, 416C, Used, 1613241/43745 CATERPILLAR, 420E, Used, 2227379/36938

CATERPILLAR, 320, Used, 1422545/43742 CATERPILLAR, 216, 216B, 226, 226B, 228, 232, 242, 246, 247, 252, 256, 257, 262, 267, 268, 272, 277, 287, New, 2856095/32284 CATERPILLAR, 318, 318B, 318C, Used, 1882243/43743 CATERPILLAR, 318, 318B, 318C, Used, 2392536/43744 CATERPILLAR, 330C, Used, 3029013/32549 CATERPILLAR, 345B, 345B II, 345B LC, 345B LC II, 345BL, 345BL II, 350, Used, 1389673/29067 CATERPILLAR, 345B, 350, Used, 1366241/32499 CATERPILLAR, 416C, Used, 1345869/36935 CATERPILLAR, 416C, 416D, 416E, 420C, 420D, 420E, 426C, New, 1345869/30959

CYLINDER, BOOM/LIFT CATERPILLAR, D5B, D5B LGP, D5S, D6D, Used, 7J8302/3097

CATERPILLAR, 740, Used, 1537076/28643

HAMMER/BREAKER - HYDRAULIC

CATERPILLAR, 345B, Used, 1382001/37356

CATERPILLAR, 318, 320, Used, 1123404/43343

CATERPILLAR, 375L, Used, 1344137/33644 CATERPILLAR, 769D, Rebuilt, 1230206/32272 CATERPILLAR, 773D, Used, 1314877/40903 CATERPILLAR, 962G, Rebuilt,

CATERPILLAR, 416, Used, CYLP1/28222

RIPPER CATERPILLAR, 973, 973C, Used, 3G3046/42913 CATERPILLAR, D11N, Rebuilt, 4T4911/32405

1168671/34551 CATERPILLAR, 980G, Rebuilt, 2023123/35618 CATERPILLAR, CS-563C, Used, 1117717/36108 1914479/39589 SULLAIR, 15 KW, Used, 2681384/28541 EQUALIZER BARS

CYLINDER, BUCKET

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

CATERPILLAR, 16, Used, D343/40879

CATERPILLAR, D6N LGP, Used, BUCKET, GP

FINAL DRIVE CATERPILLAR, 320, Rebuilt, 7Y1571/37840 CATERPILLAR, 973, Used, 8G0278/36396 CATERPILLAR, 307, 307B, E70B, New, 7I2312/38367 CATERPILLAR, 345B, Rebuilt, 1362847 CATERPILLAR, 375, 375L, 5080, Rebuilt, 7Y0884/38294 & 38296 CATERPILLAR, 953C, Rebuilt, 1122360/3197 CATERPILLAR, 980G, Rebuilt, 1605585/8037 CATERPILLAR, D10L, D10, Rebuilt, 7G0061/31120 CATERPILLAR, D11N, Rebuilt, 9W3649 CATERPILLAR, D6N LGP, Used, 1914932/39599 & 39600 CATERPILLAR, D6R LGP, Used, 9G7365/39608

DRESSER, 350C, Rebuilt, 11DF00002B/2945

CATERPILLAR, 980C, Used, 8V8914/28500

COUPLER/QUICK COUPLER BLADE, SU

CATERPILLAR, D8R, D8T, Used, PA140VS/43239

CATERPILLAR, 973C, Used, 3W8424/31118 CATERPILLAR, D6R, Rebuilt, 2012078/31951

ROLLER CATERPILLAR, 5130, New, 1554102/32845 CATERPILLAR, 304.5, 305.5, New, 1584765/35694 STEER CLUTCH CATERPILLAR, D6R LGP, Rebuilt, 8E5273/38926 STICK CATERPILLAR, 375L, 375, Used, 1096159/36610

TORQUE CONVERTERS CATERPILLAR, 16, Used, 9M6170/40878 CATERPILLAR, 836, Used, 1431234/3209 CATERPILLAR, 637G, Used, 1974583/3217 CATERPILLAR, 950H, Used, 1685223/28772 CATERPILLAR, D10L, D10, Used, 6P6412/31183 CATERPILLAR, D10R, Used, 1102769/35220 CATERPILLAR, D6R LGP, Used, 1081430/38717 CATERPILLAR, D8H, Used, 1M3808/36611 CATERPILLAR, D8N, Rebuilt, 3T5832/43263 CATERPILLAR, D9N, Rebuilt, 9P4890/36444 TRACK FRAME CATERPILLAR, D6D, Used, 9S8255/38667 CATERPILLAR, D6R LGP, Used, 1080157 & 1080158 CATERPILLAR, D8R, Used, 9W6494/34141 TRACK GROUPS CATERPILLAR, D6T, Used, 3510955/30222 TRANSMISSIONS CATERPILLAR, 515, Used, 8E7031/3262 CATERPILLAR, 740, Rebuilt, 2270923/38925 CATERPILLAR, 641, 651, Rebuilt, 7M5925/3254 CATERPILLAR, 824C, Used, 3P6809/33473 CATERPILLAR, 924G, Rebuilt, 1402772/27097 CATERPILLAR, 930G, 938G, Used, 2348866/32134 CATERPILLAR, 951C, Used, 2P2040/2963 CATERPILLAR, 980G II, Used, 1731870/40615 CATERPILLAR, 988B, Rebuilt, 9W0782/32318 CATERPILLAR, 992C, Rebuilt, 3P9241/29904 CATERPILLAR, D10, D10L, Rebuilt, 3P7556/31378 CATERPILLAR, D10, D10L, Used, 3P7556/31378 CATERPILLAR, D4E, Used, 3T4758/3234 CATERPILLAR, D8H, Used, 5M7987/36604 CATERPILLAR, D8N, Rebuilt, 8E4565/43240 WINCH

CATERPILLAR, 769D, Rebuilt, 230206/32272

CATERPILLAR, 773D, Used, 1314877/40903

CATERPILLAR, D6N LGP, Used, 1914932/39599 &

Call for more information or visit the website for our current inventory. Used Parts - 1.855.545.0267 EXT. 2 • ClevelandBrothers.com

CATERPILLAR, D8H, Used, 31E3778/37027 CATERPILLAR, D8H, Used, 31E1067/36601 CATERPILLAR, D8R, D8T, Used, PA140VS/43239


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Brooks Sales for Case7 Service & Sales The Best Parts & Technicians for your Case Skid Steer Loaders & CTL Track Machines are at Brooks Sales. They are waiting for you.

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Call Jimmy for Service & Brian for Parts.

704-233-4242 • 800-443-7569 3144 Hwy 74 East • Monroe, NC 28112

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Call SITECH Mid-Atlantic Today SITECH Mid-Atlantic 800.443.7561 Charlotte, Raleigh, Charleston, Richmond

Walbridge/Brasfield & Gorrie JV Wins DBIA Merit Award The Walbridge/Brasfield & Gorrie Joint Venture was announced as a 2013 Merit Award winner in the national Design-Build Institute of America (DBIA) awards program. The joint venture was the design-builder for the two-story, 150,000 sq. ft. Main Exchange Replacement at the National Military Medical Center in Bethesda, Md. The DBIA awards program recognizes the best designbuild projects from across the nation. This year’s program was the most competitive to date. Each project was rigor-

“The award holds a special meaning for all of us because our project is being formally recognized as one of the best in the nation by experts in the design-build industry.”

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Alan Anthony Brasfield & Gorrie

ously graded by a panel of experts who decided on projects that exemplified “design-build done right.” The Main Exchange Replacement was built to serve the retail and personal needs of active duty, wounded warriors, reserve and retired personnel in the Washington, D.C., area. It was constructed under a 26-month design-build contract. The construction of the facility involved several steps, including building a 15,000 sq. ft. temporary shopping center; demolishing a 20-year-old facility; and finally constructing the new Navy Exchange and adjacent 100,000 sq. ft. elevated parking structure. The new facility fits in the same small space as the former Exchange but offers greater accommodations and is more energy-efficient. Brasfield & Gorrie partnered with Detroit-based Walbridge for the project. The two companies teamed with CMH Architects to design and build the new facility. “This award holds a special meaning for all of us because our project is being formally recognized as one of the best in the nation by experts in the design-build industry. We are honored to have worked with Walbridge to have successfully built the Main Exchange Replacement and to share this award with them. It was truly a team effort,” said Alan Anthony, division manager of Brasfield & Gorrie. An awards dinner and ceremony will be held on Nov. 5 at the DBIA’s 2013 Design-Build Conference & Expo in Las Vegas to honor all winning projects. (This story also can be found on Construction Equipment Guide’s Web site at www.constructionequipmentguide.com.)


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Demolition & Recycling

2003 Cat M320 MH Hydraulic Elevating Cab, Heat & A/C, 38 ft Max Reach MH arrangement, Drop Nose Stick, 20 kw hydraulic generator system, Cat GSH15 3/4 yd3 Scrap Grapple w/ 360 degree rotation, outriggers, and dual solid tires. @ 2500 hrs on Cat exchange reman engine. Checked through our shop, serviced, and ready for workCall for

1999 Liebherr A932 HD #361-5179, 15,000 Hrs, Fixed Elevated Cab, Material Handling Front, Drop Nose Stick, 20 kw Belt Drive Generator, NEW Generator Controller, Recent Engine, Trans & Pumps by Liebherr Dealer, Solid Tires. Good Overall Running Condition for the Age & Hours. FOB Hanover, MD.................Call for price.

1999 Fuchs MHL350 #2100317, 16,618 Hrs, Hydraulic Elevating Cab, 49’ Max Reach Material Handling Front, Drop Nose Stick, Deutz Engine, Generator System, and Solid Tires. Clean Older Machine that is Sold “as-is” with Inspection Report Available. FOB East Longmeadow, MA. ................Only $79,500

2006 Hitachi ZX270LC-3 with 6600 Hrs, Cab w/Heat & A/C, Cab Guarding, Very Good U/C and Equipped w/ LaBounty MSD2000R Saber Series Mobile Shear w/360 Rotation. Less than 250 Hour Use Since Complete Rebuild of Shear and All Components. Through Shop and Work Ready. .................................... ....................Available for Sale or Rent.

QUALITY USED DEMOLITION & RECYCLING EQUIPMENT

2008 Komatsu PC78MR-6 with Genesis Steel Shear Zero tail swing radius, Cab w/ Heat & A/C, Blade, Rubber pads. Equipped w/ factory rebuilt Genesis GVP7 #07024 w/ Shear Jaws and 360 degree rotation. 6 month Genesis complete factory warranty on GVP7. Through shop, completely serviced, and work ready package ........Call for Price.

2006 Hitachi ZX270LC-3 with 5207 hours and Cab Guarding, Very Good U/C, Equipped w/ factory rebuilt LaBounty MSD50 Series III #50800 Straight Mobile Shear. Through shop and work ready. Genesis factory warranty on MSD50 shear....Call for Price.

2010 Cat M322D MH #W2T05047, Delivered NEW in 2011, 3847 Hrs, Hydraulic Elevating Cab, FOPS Cab Guarding, Heat & A/C, 41’ Material Handing Front, Drop Nose Stick, 12.5 kw Gen Set, Cat GSH15-5 3/4 yd3 Grapple w/360 rotation (Fully Installed), Dual Solid Tires, Rear Camera System, and Outriggers x4. Cat Dealer Maintained Since New w/Service History Report Available. Excellent Condition & Appearance ..................Call for price.

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Mobile App Helps Commuters Voice Traffic Frustration Building America’s Future (BAF) released a new mobile app called “I’m Stuck” that will allow delayed commuters around the country to directly and immediately e-mail their U.S. Representative or Senator to share their frustration. Members of Congress will no longer have the luxury of remaining unaware of their constituents’ daily commuting travels and troubles. Every day, millions of Americans waste precious time, money and energy resources stuck in traffic, waiting for a bus running behind schedule, delayed on an airport tarmac or crammed into an overcrowded subway. According to the Texas A&M Transportation Institute Urban Mobility Report, the total financial cost of congestion on America’s roadways in 2011 was $121 billion. That translates to $818 per U.S. commuter. The same report estimated that the fuel and pollution costs of congestion are substantial: 2.9 billion gallons of gasoline were wasted and an additional 380 pounds of carbon dioxide was emitted per auto commuter due to traffic congestion. “Usually commuters think traffic is like weather — it is something that happens to them and they have no control over it. But that isn’t the case at all,” said Ed Rendell, cochair of Building America’s Future and former Pennsylvania Governor. “The policies we put in place, or the lack of a coherent long-term infrastructure plan, directly impacts the daily experience of Americans trying to get around their communities. This app gives commuters and passengers a tool to voice their frustrations to Congress. It is called ‘I’m Stuck’ but the truth is America is stuck until Washington takes action.”

BAF believes that the nation’s transportation and infrastructure needs can be addressed, and Americans need to send a message to Congress that it is past time to act. The “I’m Stuck” app will allow users to immediately connect with their Member of Congress to demand solutions to the infrastructure challenges that are keeping them from getting to their destination. “‘I’m Stuck’ is going to bring elected officials closer to the people on the ground, experiencing the pain and frustration of outdated and overburdened transportation systems every day,” said Rendell. BAF supports safe driving and is opposed to distracted driving. In creating this app, BAF made sure to remind users never to operate a mobile device while driving. After affirming that they are a passenger and not operating a vehicle, users will select how they are stuck (in traffic, on a tarmac, on a train, waiting for a bus or subway, etc.) from a menu of options. They can then either send a pre-generated message provided by BAF or tailor their own note to their U.S. Representative or Senator. Users also are encouraged to take photos of where they are stuck and share them on social media platforms. The messages to Members of Congress will be titled “I’m Stuck” and will encourage the need for action for a longterm transportation and infrastructure plan. The messages will be e-mailed to the user’s Member of Congress. The “I’m Stuck” app is available for free download in the app stores and on the BAF Web site. It will run on both Android and Apple devices. (This story also can be found on Construction Equipment Guide’s Web site at www.constructionequipmentguide.com.)

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Leader of Road Study Group Proposes $700M in Taxes By Jeff Amy ASSOCIATED PRESS

JACKSON, Miss. (AP) The leader of a Senate transportation study committee proposes the state should levy $700 million in new taxes to support road maintenance as well as some other non-transportation related projects. Sen. Willie Simmons, D-Cleveland, said Aug. 8 that the proposal, which would be the largest state tax increase in more than 20 years, is only a starting point for discussion, and invited alternate proposals. But some members of his committee quickly indicated they aren’t interested in that much spending, and may oppose any new taxes, especially the $150 million a year that Simmons proposed for university, community college, state agency and local water and sewer construction. Simmons admitted those extra items were “stretching it.’’ But he defended his plan, which calls for $358 million a year in higher gasoline taxes, more than $160 million in higher diesel taxes and reducing sales tax exemptions by $76 million.

“If we are going to move the needle and we are going to address the challenges, we have to figure out how to generate revenue,’’ he said. Leaders of the Mississippi Department of Transportation say they don’t have enough money to keep current roads and bridges from deteriorating and need hundreds of millions more per year. Central District Transportation Commissioner Dick Hall, a Republican, has spent more than a year trying to build support for a tax increase. The state Senate asked the panel to examine transportation needs and make recommendations to lawmakers in 2014. MDOT Executive Director Melinda McGrath presented figures projecting that at current levels of funding, roads would steadily deteriorate in coming years. The department’s own goals show that Mississippi’s interstate system is already too rough, while four-lane highways are projected to fall below current goals by 2015. McGrath said roads can deteriorate rapidly from traffic and weather, citing a stretch of U.S. 45 Alternate north of West Point that ended up potholed following last winter’s

freezes and rains. She said the department received some funding bumps from federal and state money in recent years, but those extra funds are running out and construction contracts are projected to fall back to about $300 million a year, roughly where they were in the 1990s. Under questions from Simmons and Mississippi Center for Public Policy Director Forest Thigpen, McGrath said former leaders of the department spent money on things current leaders would not, including a $180 million project to realign interchanges and add frontage roads in suburban Madison County. Thigpen also cited spending to renovate offices and an aborted effort to dig a water well for department headquarters. “We need to get our act together before we add more money,’’ said Thigpen, who voiced the concern that big tax increases would harm the economy. Hall, who fought against much of the spending when he was a one-man minority on the three-member commission, said that

era is over. “It is a new day,’’ he told Thigpen. “We are getting our act together.’’ Hall said the basic problem is that the cost of asphalt, steel and concrete have all increased since the last time the gas tax was raised in Mississippi, and the 18-cent-pergallon levy hasn’t kept pace. “Ain’t no way that works,’’ Hall said. “You can have the best management in the world and you can’t make that work.’’ Jay Moon, CEO of the Mississippi Manufacturers Association, is calling for an independent study, to figure out where money should be spent. “Our charge is to look at the priorities, and I haven’t really seen an in-depth analysis of what the priorities are,’’ Moon said. McGrath said her department prioritizes work based on traffic levels and road conditions. “We really don’t need an extensive study to determine priorities,’’ Simmons said. (This story also can be found on Construction Equipment Guide’s Web site at www.constructionequipmentguide.com.)


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John Deere 460E ADT Challenges Andes Mountains This past May, engineers from John Deere traveled to the Atacama Desert Region of northern Chile to test the performance of the 460E articulated dump truck (ADT) at high altitude. The mountains of Chile are filled with active mining sites that need the hauling capacity of the 460E ADT. Engineers worked to ensure the truck would perform reliably at this extreme altitude as well as exceed customers’ expectations in the rugged mountains. John Deere identified a Chilean mine site at high elevation that would provide a challenging work environment for the ADT. Once a site was chosen, the ADT was shipped from the United States to Iquique, Chile, on a cargo ship. When the truck arrived in port, it was transported to the mine site located approximately four hours from the coast, deep into the Andes Mountains. The 460E ADT was introduced in North America with the John Deere 13.5L engine, but the high altitude of Chile holds unique challenges. Preliminary testing took place in Colorado at 10,000 ft. (3,048 m) to better understand the potential challenges the extreme altitude of the Chilean mountains may present. During the testing in Chile, the ADT did numerous performance and cold start tests, and conquered a 16,000 ft. (4,877 m) mountain to prove its extreme capabilities. The team left Chile with a better understanding of the high altitude demands on equipment, as well as some product changes that will ensure the 460E ADT will excel in the demanding environments of South America, according to the company. Engineers from John Deere traveled to the Atacama Desert Region of northern Chile to test the performance of the 460E articulated dump truck (ADT) at high altitude.

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Kobelco USA Holds Successful Dealer Meeting in Texas Kobelco Construction Machinery USA recently held a dealer meeting at the Woodland’s Resort and Conference Center in The Woodlands, Texas. The meeting started on July 8 and ended the morning of July 10. Forty-three Kobelco dealers were represented at the event by nearly 100 attendees. “Given the rather recent relaunch of our brand, we are extremely pleased with the turnout at our first official dealer gathering,” said Ron Hargrave, vice president of marketing and sales of Kobelco Construction Machinery USA. Following an opening night reception and networking event the evening of July 8, was the company’s official ribbon cutting ceremony to its new U.S. Dealers participated in a traditional sake barrel ceremony. headquarters in Houston the next mornPete Morita, president and CEO of react quickly to the needs of your local maring. After the ribbon cutting, dealers were given tours of Kobelco’s new offices and Kobelco Construction Machinery USA, ketplace. We will work with you one on one parts distribution warehouse. The balance of specifically addressed how Kobelco will to develop win-win situations so that we can the day was educational, with dealers learn- work with dealers in each of their designated jointly grow Kobelco’s market share and become a market leader.” ing more about the company’s long term territories. “Our goal is to work with and listen to Though packed with information, the goals, its global approach and its approach as it relates specifically to gaining market share each and every Kobelco dealer to help meeting also provided plenty of time for in North America. Additional time was ded- improve Kobelco excavators and our inter- networking. The night of July 9 was all icated to discussions surrounding product nal processes so that we can provide the about having a little fun. Kobelco kicked development, marketing, customer service, equipment your customers want and need. off a group dinner with a traditional sake We are flexible and nimble and we want to barrel ceremony. Select dealers were asked warranty, order management and parts.

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The “Transportation Construction Advocate App,” or “TransCon App” unveiled by the American Road & Transportation Builders Association (ARTBA) gives public and private-sector workers in the transportation design and construction industry a powerful, new tool to communicate with their elected officials about the importance of transportation investment to the U.S. economy and the need to fix the Highway Trust Fund. The app provides users with key information to convey to congressmen and senators while they are home during the August congressional recess, including “Talking Points” about the 90 percent cut the trust fund faces next year, as well as “Facts & Stats” about the industry’s economic impact in their state. A “Feedback” button allows people to provide instant reports about their meetings and (This story also can be found on conversations with lawmakers. Construction Equipment Guide’s Web site at Text notifications will help stakeholders stay on top of major legislative developwww.constructionequipmentguide.com.) Keystone XL pipeline would potentially support more than 42,000 jobs across the country, translating to $2 billion in worker earnings. Many of the new jobs will be in the long-depressed construction sector. The State Department also concluded that direct expenditures, such as construction and material costs, would put an additional $3.3 billion into the economy. Put simply, the Keystone XL project benefits American consumers and workers, improves our energy and economic security, and strengthens our ties with our closest friend, ally and trading partner — Canada. It’s clear the pipeline serves our national interest and should be approved without delay.” For more information, visit www.aednet.org.

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ConExpo 1975 — Chicago, Ill. ConExpo 1975 Keeps on Truckin’

These ConExpo articles were published in Construction Equipment Guide (CEG) on March 5, 1975 and June 25, 1975, respectively. These and other ConExpo articles to follow will be part of a continuing series that take a look back at ConExpos past through the reporting of CEG. We hope you enjoy these retros as much as we did searching for them deep in our archives.

Every year brings new and bigger construction equipment and the developments in off-highway trucks have proved no exception. All types and sizes were on display at ConExpo in 1975.

Terex A new heavy duty, 55-ton hauler with 665 gross hp was displayed for the first time as part of the Terex Division of General Motors exhibit at Chicago’s ConExpo February 9 to 14, 1975. Equipped with 24.00 x 35 tires, the new 33-09 can maintain high haul road speeds making it one of the fastest medium-sized haulers on the market. This, combined with the highest gross horsepower in its class, and a capacity of 55 tons, makes the Terex 33-09 an excellent performance machine big enough for large mining operations and quarries, yet nicely suited for highway jobs. The Detroit Diesel 16V-71T turbocharged two-cycle diesel engine, coupled with a six forward speed Allison transmission (and lock up in the six forward ranges) provides the hauler with the necessary reserve power to take steep grades well. And the 33-09 is well suited for high country since it can maintain its rated horsepower to 10,000 feet. Also on display was the Terex 33-07, a 40-ton range hauler with a Detroit Diesel 12V-71T turbocharged engine capable of producing 252 gross hp.. A high capacity air introduction system provides clean air, which contributes to long

engine life. The engine combined with a six forward speed Allison Transmission, with lockup, permits the 33-07 hauler to utilize high haul road speeds. Caterpillar Caterpillar displayed the 777 off-highway truck with 85ton (77 Mg) capacity. This is the third and largest model in the line and has the same design benefits already proven in the 773 and 769B trucks: high productivity, reliability and easy servicing. Maintenance in terms of convenience, reduced time and less effort is an outstanding feature of the 777. Only diesel fuel and hydraulic oil sight-gauge checks are at ground level; all the rest of the daily routine checks are easily made from the roomy, skid-resistant maintenance platform. The truck has “in-frame” serviceability without tight quarter confinements. The engine, torque converter, drive shaft, transmission and pump groups are easily reached without restrictive cross-over wires, lines or hoses. These components are also removable individually if desired. The hauler is powered by the D348 V12 diesel engine rated at 870 hp, the same engine currently used in the Cat 992B 10-yd. wheel loaders. The loaded weight to horsepower ratio is 336 lb.-hp, lowest and best in its size class.

Euclid Trucks Euclid Inc. a subsidiary of White Motor Corporation, Cleveland, Ohio, introduced two brand new rear dump offhighway haulers to the construction industry at ConExpo 1975. These new units in 35-ton and 50-ton capacities are the beginning of a family of off-highway haulers, which embodies major design changes. The new design advances on the R-35 and R-50 permit greater payload per tire, reduced wheel weight, increased bearing life, greater braking capacity and vehicle maneuverability and simplified accessibility for in-frame maintenance. These new units will be used primarily in heavy construction, mining, and quarrying service. Total attendance at ConExpo 1975 exceeded 140,000 and Euclid also introduced a 170-ton capacity electric compares to a total of 125,000 that attended the last show in wheel drive rear dump hauler. 1969. There were a total of 251 exhibitors, of whom 220 were The units are designed for heavy-duty service in construction equipment and component manufacturers. There moving overburden and ore in large mining opera- were 17,000 visitors from overseas including 500 from tions. Australia alone. The Chicago Convention Bureau announced that The R-170, is an extension of the proven design 21,701 hotel and motel rooms were occupied in Chicago and the concepts which have made the company’s trucks surrounding area. Two hundred publications covered the show synonymous with excellent off-highway perform- with 400 reporters and editors, about 60 of whom were not ance and durability. In appearance, the R-170 strong- from the United States, but from Canada and overseas. ly resembles Euclid’s new family of trucks.

ConExpo 1975 Highlights

International Harvester International Harvester entered the off-highway truck business in 1957 with the introduction of two vehicles — the 18-ton Model 65 PAY hauler and the 24-ton Model 95 PAY hauler. In the following 17 years, International’s PAY hauler line has evolved through new design concepts into a totally different, much improved version of its predecessor. The original units followed standard design practices of that time … rear axle drive with the weight concentrated on dual rear tires to provide traction. The front axle carried only about 30 percent of the weight. Its main responsibility was steering.


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ConExpo 1975 — Chicago, Ill. This was a good concept according to International engineers, but there were some drawbacks: 1) Bodies were high and difficult to load because of the clearance needed for the large rear tires. 2) All the power went through a single drive axle, requiring large, expensive components that were difficult to service. 3) Tire overloading became a serious problem as truck capacities and haul speeds increased. Changes were necessary. With the goal in mind of obtaining capacities of up to 50 tons in a truck that had the same physical characteristics as a conventional 35-ton unit, the engineers came up with a revolutionary solution: a truck with allwheel drive and 50-50 weight distribution. Using this approach, the company offered, after intensive engineering and field testing, the 180 PAY hauler 1963. The first completely new, off-highway truck in 30 years, the 180’s design parameters answered all the problems inherent in off-highway trucks at that time. Here was a truck that applied one-quarter of its

Crawler loaders and dozers made their imprint on ConExpo. Fiat-Allis Fiat-Allis introduced five new crawler tractors and loaders to their line. The largest of the new ones is the FL-14-B loader with up to 143 hp and a 2.5 cu. yd. bucket. Next in size was the FL-10, which has a 110 flywheel hp and 1-7/8 yd. bucket, its dozer counterpart, the 10B also was introduced and is going to be available with two blades and a ripper. A medium capacity loader the FL-9, features a break out force of 18,750 lbs., and a 1-5/8 yd. bucket. The final addition to the line was the “8” an 87 hp machine with an angle dozer.

power to each wheel. And with equal weight distribution, one-fourth of the load was applied to each wheel. With equal power and equal load at each set of wheels, the truck obtained maximum traction and gradeability, according to IH. (This story also can be found on Construction Equipment Guide’s Web site at www.constructionequipmentguide.com.) CEG Coming next issue: ConExpo ’81: Everything’s Bigger in Houston, Texas.

John Deere John Deere made a giant move into the big earthmoving equipment field with the introduction of nine new machines. These included two dozers and two loaders. The John Deere 750 dozer features a 110 hp engine and the new dual-path hydrostatic drive. Next step up in size is the 850 dozer with 140 hp and a 123-in. blade with hydrostatic tilt. The two new crawler loaders include the John Deere 755 with 110 hp and the John Deere 855 with 175 hp. All feature the “dual-path” hydrostatic drive system that automatically selects the optimum speed and the power ratio to fit the job. see CONEXPO page 82

Letter to the Editor I received my first copy of the Midwest edition and was surprised to see the article on the 1975 ConExpo in Chicago. Next year I will have been in this industry for 45 years and this was my first ConExpo — have not missed one since. That year, Clark Equipment changed the brand on all their produ cts to Clark. Products from Lima, Austin Western, Hancock, Michigan were all branded Clark. In your article, you mention one of the attractions tired loader, too big to fit inside. That was the Clark as being a rubber675. Funny thing is that IH had a loader inside that was identified as the largest payloader in the world. People kept asking me if that was large response was, “You see the payloader was displ r than the 675. My ayed inside and the 675 outside because it would not fit inside.” In 1975, Clark people working the show had brigh blue pants. I still had the jacket up until about five t yellow blazers and years ago. The celebrities you mentioned in your article were display. George Blanda, Kenny Stabler, and Roge also from the Clark r Staubach were all brought to the show by Clark Equipment. It was cold — five below zero and I could not get my 1972 Ford Maverick started. I showed the article around the office. Most comm ents were like this — “I was not born yet,” “I was five years old” and even Tim Frank, our chairman, was a teenager in ’75. It was a great article and as Bob Hope said, “Thanks for the Memories.” Regards, Rich Jilek Director SANY Parts Operations Peachtree City, Ga.

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Florida COWIN EQUIPMENT CO.

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GS EQUIPMENT

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Georgia COWIN EQUIPMENT CO.

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Louisiana CLM EQUIPMENT CO., INC.

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HEAVY MACHINES, INC.

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QUEST CONSTRUCTION EQUIPMENT

Gonzales (Baton Rouge) St. Rose (New Orleans)

(225) 450-6425 (504) 467-7663

North Carolina CCS EQUIPMENT SALES, LLC.

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MAY HEAVY-EQUIP RENTAL & SALES

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South Carolina MAY HEAVY-EQUIP RENTAL & SALES

Columbia

(888) 865-1002

Tennessee CUMBERLAND TRACTOR & EQUIP. LLC

Nashville

(615) 865-7800

FINLEY LLC a DIV of HMI, INC.

Gray

(423) 282-5462

HEAVY MACHINES, INC.

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(888) 366-9028

Virginia ELLIOTT & FRANTZ, INC.

Manassas

(703) 257-2381

LINK-BELT MID ATLANTIC

Ashland Chesapeake

(804) 798-2290 (757) 485-4485

Puerto Rico PUERTO RICO WIRE PRODUCTS, INC.

San Juan

(787) 288-8080


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Volvo D-Series Short-Swing Compact Montabert Drilling Excavators Work in Tight Spaces Attachment Fits When space is in short supply, the new ECR58D and ECR88D short swing radius compact excavators from Volvo Construction Equipment are in their element. Even with a compact size, the D-Series excavators boast digging performance, breakout and tearout forces, and lifting capabilities that rival their larger counterparts. These machines also feature engines that offer superior performance and reduced fuel consumption, according to the manufacturer. Manueverability and productivity also are optimized on these compact machines. Both models feature automatic two-speed travel for enhanced traction, and hydraulic travel pedals for easy and accurate track control. Super Superstructures Featuring a narrow body design and centrally positioned boom, the superstructure on the ECR58D and ECR88D is so compact that its rear swings within its track shoe, allowing operators to work extremely close to other objects without risk of collision. The short front/rear radius also is well-suited to working within a single highway lane, minimizing disruption to the flow of traffic. Due to their reinforced, three-piece, high-tensile Featuring a narrow body design and centrally positioned boom, steel X-shaped frame undercarriage, they are the superstructure on the ECR58D and ECR88D is so compact durable and reliable — capable of withstanding that its rear swings within its track shoe, allowing operators to the rigors of demanding work environments. The work extremely close to other objects without risk of collision. models feature impressive bucket and dipper digging forces — and class-leading digging depth — allowing them to power through tough working conditions. Small But Spacious Superior hydraulics and pump flow also help provide faster Though small, these D-Series ECR excavators provide an cycle times and enhanced digging performance, according to enhanced operating experience, with a comfortable environthe manufacturer. ment that encourages higher productivity. Comfort is Quickly positioning the ECR58D and ECR88D is simple, enhanced by an adjustable seat, superior vibration and noise with slew and offset movements controlled simultaneously insulation, ergonomic armrests, intuitively placed controls by a joystick that’s precise and easy to use. and ample leg room. For greater flexibility, the excavators are available with a The excavators also were designed to help ensure operamono-boom (or an optional two-piece boom on the tor safety, with an ROPS-certified cab, and all-around visiECR88D), several arm configurations and blade. The D- bility offered by large expanses of flat glass. Series also offers a variety of optional quick couplers and a new and extensive range of genuine Volvo attachments. Uptime UP For extended uptime, the D-Series compact excavators are Powerful Efficiency easy to service and maintain. All service and cleaning points New engines deliver lower emissions along with superior are readily accessible at ground level and grouped together performance and fuel efficiency, for higher productivity lev- under a wide-opening lockable hood. Boom and arm greasels and lower operating costs. The ECR58D is fitted with a ing points also are easily accessible, and in general applicafour-cylinder engine that produces 50 hp (36.5 kW), and the tions greasing need only be carried out every 10 to 50 hours. ECR88D comes with a four-cylinder, 58 hp (43 kW) output Further maximizing machine uptime is the optional Volvo engine. CareTrack remote telematics system, which provides The ECR58D and ECR88D (Tier IVf / Stage IIIB) feature machine intelligence from fuel consumption monitoring to an exhaust-after-treatment system (EATS) for lower emis- servicing information, helping owners optimize machine sions and seamless operation — even during regeneration. performance. An auto-idling system reduces engine speed when the For more information, call 717/532-9181 or visit controls are inactive for a period of time that can be pre-set www.volvo.com. by the operator (between three and 20 seconds), reducing (This story also can be found on Construction Equipment running costs and fuel consumption. Guide’s Web site at www.constructionequipmentguide.com.)

Compact Carriers

Designed for use on compact excavators, backhoe loaders and skid steer loaders in the 5.5 to 11 ton (5 to 10 t) weight range, the new Micro CPA drilling attachment by Montabert enables contractors to more efficiently complete a variety of underground utility-related tasks in rough and long-reach applications. Equipped with an 8- or 10-ft. (2.4 to 3 m) long steel feed, a Montabert Drifter HC20 and a tilted cylinder providing a wide range of drill rotation, the attachment’s standard base unit drills holes ranging between 1 and 2 in. (26 and 51 mm) in diameter and up to 6.5 ft. (2 m) deep. Additionally, the Micro CPA drilling attachment features radio remote control capabilities as well as the ability to drive an optional pneumatic or hydraulic dust collector. For more information, visit http://montabert.com/en/micro-cpa.html.


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Cowin Equipment Company, Inc. 2238 Pinson Valley Pkwy P.O. Box 10624 Birmingham, AL 35202 205.841.6666

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COMPACT EXCAVATORS From Komatsu - The Compact Experts

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The Komatsu PC88MR-8 takes the power and quality reputation of its larger siblings into tight places. The advanced Pilot Proportional Control (PPC) joysticks provide smooth, precise controls and five working modes enable you to take command of every project. t Three track options for any terrain: rubber, steel and roadliner t Boom offset allows digging parallel to foundations or fences t Spacious and comfortable contour cab design for true tight-tail versatility t KOMTRAX wireless equipment-monitoring system with no monthly fees

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Case Introduces New CX55B for Excavator Product Line Case Construction Equipment expanded its compact excavator product line into a new class segment with the introduction of the Case CX55B minimum tail swing model. The new compact excavator provides enhanced lift capacity, digging force and operator comfort, according to the manufacturer. With a large boom and arm for greater reach, the Case CX55B delivers 11,240 lbf (50 kN) of bucket digging force. Its 39.3-hp (29 kW) engine, operating weight of 12,295 lb. (5,577 kg) and dig depth of 12 ft. 10 in. (3.9 m) give the CX55B enough size and power for tackling a variety of utility, commercial and residential construction applications. Plus, its compact size and cab height of 8 ft. 4 in. (2.55 m) make the Case CX55B excavator as easy to trailer between job sites as a skid steer. “The CX55B is a compact excavator with all the power of a full-sized excavator,” said Katie Pullen, brand marketing manager, Case Construction Equipment. “Whether you’re digging, lifting, loading or dozing, the CX55B will satisfy the most demanding operators.” The Case CX55B delivers 11,240 lbf (50 kN) of bucket digging force. Its 39.3-hp (29 kW) engine, operating weight of 12,295 lb. (5,577 kg)

Enhanced Operator and dig depth of 12 ft. 10 in. (3.9 m) give the CX55B enough size and power for tackling a variety of utility, commercial and residential Comfort construction applications. Case designed the CX55B with the operator in mind. The CX55B compact excavator is “thumb that enables the operator to dig around sta- nance checkpoints. An easy-access electrical full-size cab design is 10-percent larger and ready” with factory-installed hydraulics and tionary objects or alongside obstacles. compartment is under the seat, and an hour 7 in. (17.8 cm) wider than other Case B an attachment bracket. The machine also is Minimum tail swing allows the machine to meter can be checked from the ground outSeries compact excavator cabs. available with piping for secondary rotate 360 degrees with less than 11.7 in (30 side the cab. Large front and rear windows improve hydraulics to handle a wide range of attach- cm) of the upper structure extending beyond The radiator features a new intake method operator visibility. A new slide-up front win- ments or provide a dedicated circuit to a the tracks. that simplifies cleaning and helps prevent dow improves air flow and helps the opera- thumb bucket. “The Case machine sets the standard for clogging. New features include a “no tools” tor communicate more effectively with In addition to a variety of available attach- compact performance and productivity,” fuel-tank drain valve and an accumulator coworkers near the machine. ments — including buckets, hammers and Pullen said. that allows attachments to be safely lowered “Operators will appreciate the CX55B’s augers — the CX55B includes a standard The 19.8-gal. (75 L) fuel tank on the using in-cab controls in the event of an unexlarge cab and improved visibility,” said dozer blade for finish grading. The blade fea- CX55B is 40-percent larger than other Case pected engine shutdown. Pullen. “At Case, we believe improvements tures a 38-degree approach angle, and its compact excavators, boosting operation Case provides customer support via a in operator comfort and convenience trans- shape rolls the dirt as it pushes, leaving a time. Available buckets range from 12 to 36 Customer Assistance Hotline at late directly into improved performance and smooth and level surface. An optional four- in. (30 to 91 cm), with capacities from 3.0 to 866/54CASE6 from 8 a.m. to 11 p.m. seven productivity.” way dozer blade also is available for 9.8 cu. ft. (0.085 to 0.277 cu m). days a week CST (except Sundays, increased backfill and grading ability. Case December through March). Increased Performance, offers both rubber and steel tracks for the Maintenance and Serviceability For more information, visit Productivity CX55B to match the ground conditions. The CX55B compact excavator is www.casece.com. Performance and productivity enhance(This story also can be found on The CX55B shares another characteristic designed for fast and easy daily maintements include standard proportional design feature with other Case B Series com- nance. The convenient service features Construction Equipment Guide’s Web site at hydraulic controls in the joystick. The Case pact excavator models: a center-swing boom include ground-level access to daily mainte- www.constructionequipmentguide.com.)


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Vermeer Southeast Sales & Service, Inc. Boynton Beach, FL 1060 West Industrial Avenue Boynton Beach, FL 33462 561-742-7400 • Fax: 561-742-7448 Clearwater, FL 12785 N 44th St. Clearwater, FL 33762 727-299-9207 • Fax: 727-299-0166 Ft. Myers, FL 2231 Flint Dr. Ft. Myers, FL 33916 239-337-5900 • Fax: 239-337-5901 Jacksonville, FL 11550 Philips Hwy. Jacksonville, FL 32256 904-262-4400 • Fax: 904-262-0619 Orlando, FL 4559 Old Winter Garden Rd. Orlando, FL 32811 407-295-2020 • Fax: 407-293-8087 Pensacola, FL 6691 Mobile Highway Pensacola, FL 32526 850-944-8110 • Fax: 850-944-8166 Marietta, GA 1320 Gresham Rd. Marietta, GA 30062 770-973-8811 • Fax: 770-973-7829 Birmingham, AL 2950 Pinson Valley Parkway Birmingham, AL 35217 205-841-9895 • Fax: 205-841-9841

Vermeer Puerto Rico 787-640-6334

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

Byrd Tractor, Inc. 7274 Centreville Rd. Manassas, VA 20111 703-361-2135 • Fax: 703-361-4804 www.byrdtractorinc.com

Ditch Witch of North Carolina, Inc.

Continental Engines

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60 Pelham Davis Circle Greenville, SC 29615 864-242-5567 www.continentalengines.com


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Hauling pallets of pavers, rocks, trees, or retaining-wall block? Stick a fork on a 244J Compact Loader and the job gets done — quickly and efficiently. This tightturning, heavy-lifting loader serves up best-in-class maneuverability, travel speed, breakout force, reach, and stability. Switch to a bucket to move gravel, sand, mulch, or snow. Unique stereo steering delivers a 20-percent tighter turning radius — for faster cycle times and less material spillage around the equipment yard or garden center. Customerinspired enhancements include a spacious, sound-suppressed cab and unrestricted all-around visibility. When you’re ready to feast on more productivity, order up a John Deere 244J.

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Thanks to the exclusive new cab-forward design on Bobcat® M-Series loaders, you can really get up close and personal with whatever attachment you’re operating. You will get a better view of the sides and tires for confident control in any application. With more cab space, you also get a more comfortable working environment for long hours on the job. Look forward to seeing and doing more.

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Takeuchi Presents Tier IV Final TB260 Hydraulic Excavator The Takeuchi TB260 is a completely new model weighing in at just over 12,500 lbs. (5,670 kg) and featuring a reinforced long arm with integrated thumb mount that provides a 12 ft. 9.4 in. (3.9 m) dig depth. The TB260 is equipped with a high performance, turbocharged engine that delivers over 47 hp (35 kW) smoothly and efficiently, while meeting U.S. EPA Tier IV Final emission requirements. Automatic-idle helps reduce fuel consumption and engine noise levels, lowering operating costs and improving job site communication, and when combined with the ECO mode, fuel consumption can be reduced by as much as 21 percent in typical working conditions, according to the manufacturer. The hydraulic system includes precision pilot joysticks that deliver smooth, metered control for the operator and the variable displacement pumps that provide excellent cycle times and 12,756 lbs. of bucket breakout force. Not only can the TB260 dig, it is also an excellent attachment platform, according to the manufacturer. Primary and secondary auxiliary hydraulics come standard, and are operated using independent fingertip proportional controls. An in-cab

The TB260 is equipped with a high performance, turbocharged engine that delivers more than 47 hp (35 kW) smoothly and efficiently, while meeting U.S. EPA Tier IV Final emission requirements.

monitor can be used to select preconfigured work tools, or it may be customized for specific attachments. In addition, the continuous-run mode helps reduce operator fatigue when operating motor driven

attachments. For backfilling and cleanup work, the dozer blade is equipped with a blade float feature. An optional power angle blade that includes a replaceable bolt-on cutting edge also is available.

The automotive-styled interior is equipped with a high capacity HVAC system to keep the operator comfortable throughout the year. A large LCD color monitor panel provides a wealth of information to the operator, and is easy to read in all lighting conditions. The high back suspension seat with multiple height adjustments allows the operator to easily find a comfortable operating position, and the large door enables the operator to easily enter and exit the machine. “Takeuchi is excited about this new excavator, and we look forward to providing today’s contractors with machines that meet the requirements of their demanding job sites,” said Clay Eubanks, president of Takeuchi US. “We listen to our customers to understand the needs of the job site, we then take that feedback and channel it into our products to build quality, purpose built machines. No other machine on the market can deliver the value, performance and features found on the new Takeuchi TB260 excavator.” For more information, visit www.takeuchi-us.com. (This story also can be found on Construction Equipment Guide’s Web site at www.constructionequipmentguide.com.)


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MSR Excavators Meet Standards With CEGR Technology Case Construction Equipment announced the availability of the CX145C SR and CX235C SR minimum-swing radius (MSR) excavators, both of which use Tier IV certified cooled exhaust gas recirculation (CEGR) technology to meet current environmental standards — and save on fuel consumption when compared to previous models. The CX145C SR and CX235C SR also combine maneuverability and power to ensure productivity in restricted conditions — and incorporate a host of new features to improve overall performance, boost operator comfort and provide ease of maintenance. Compared with previous B Series models, the CX145C SR and the CX235C SR deliver fuel savings of up to 9.2 percent and 17.5 percent, respectively. The new excavators’ diesel engines each achieve 100/160 net hp (75/119.3 kW) using Tier IV Interim CEGR technology to burn cleaner, reduce fuel consumption and deliver superior horsepower. Each excavator boasts a 3,659/2,677 lb. (1,659.7/ 1,214.3 kg) increase in operating weight. “Our latest excavators are ideal for projects where the work envelope is limited and the combination of maneuverability and power is essential to getting the job done as effectively and efficiently as possible,” said Rob Marringa, brand marketing manager of Case Construction Equipment. “We engineered these models to meet the current Tier IV emissions mandate while giving contractors easy-to-maintain machines that not only boost productivity but also deliver lower owning and operating costs.” The CX145C SR and CX235C SR excavators are engineered with a compact counterweight and boom placement that minimizes the machines’ work envelope. The excavators are well-suited for restricted conditions, such as those encountered with road and bridge work, residential projects and urban construction. They also are an excellent choice for wide-open job sites, according to the manufacturer. Improved Productivity, Overall Performance The CX145C SR and CX235C SR excavators incorporate a number of enhancements when compared with the previous models to boost productivity and improve overall performance, including: • Case intelligent hydraulic system: The system combines with CEGR Tier IV Interim technology for increased fuel savings. It also helps manage the engine and hydraulics to boost performance, including the ability to load trucks faster. The CX145C SR cycles 4-percent faster and delivers a 9percent increase in lift capacity versus the previous model. The CX235C SR excavator cycles 7-percent faster than its predecessor and touts a 15-percent increase in lift capacity. Five energy-saving features manage engine RPMs, as well as hydraulics, to lower operating costs and improve productivity. • Automatic power boost: Delivers added power for extremely heavy breakout and lifting requirements. • Three power modes: With the SP (speed priority), H (heavy duty) and A (automatic) modes, operators can choose the best mix of power and fuel efficiency. Throttle settings also adjust hydraulics for further tailoring to specific tasks. Increased Operator Comfort and Safety Enhancements that improve operator comfort and safety on the CX145C SR and CX235C SR excavators include: • More cab comfort: Compared to previous models, each excavator provides 6-percent more space and 28-percent more airflow inside the cab. Air conditioning performance within the cab has increased by 20 percent. All controls are

Compared with previous B Series models, the CX145C SR and the CX235C SR deliver fuel savings of up to 9.2 percent and 17.5 percent, respectively.

ergonomically designed. • Better visibility: The low profile common to all C Series excavators results in 32-percent more visibility, in addition to a new roof skylight. • High definition camera and non-glare monitor: The review camera feeds a 7-in. LED, non-glare monitor in the cab. Operators can easily switch the large, clear monitor between rear and optional side camera views. It also provides simultaneous visibility to key operating data. Tool changes are quick and easy with an in-cab auxiliary hydraulic setting system that includes an option for 10 memory-recall settings. • Noise reduction: The cab’s reinforced tubular structures help create an extra-quiet cab environment with automotivelike noise levels as low as 69.9 dBa. • Deluxe air-ride seat: Includes adjustable armrests and five primary adjustments to customize the comfort. • Level 1 ROPS/FOPS (rollover/falling-object protection systems) cab structure: Specifically engineered to enhance operator safety. Ease of Maintenance and Greater Versatility The CX145C SR and CX235C SR excavators achieve a 14.8- and 12-percent improvement score, respectively, over previous models on the SAE maintainability index. The new models provide: • Extended service intervals: Oil change intervals are 500 hours via a high-performance filtration circuit. Hydraulic oil change intervals are 5,000 hours, while easy maintenance system bushings result in greasing intervals of 1,000 hours. • Improved serviceability: The air filter and fuse box are readily accessible inside the cab. Ground-level access points, wide service panels, and grouped lubrication points speed routine maintenance. A full range of attachments, along with five auxiliary hydraulic options for powering them, lets users tailor the

machine to the job for added versatility and optimum productivity. As with all C Series excavators, the CX145C SR and CX235C SR feature a number of Case smart digging systems components, including: • Case multi-fit coupler: Provides complete hydraulic latching — and allows operators to quickly attach and detach buckets and other components without leaving the cab. • Productive and diverse bucket selection: CASE coupler buckets feature integrated bucket pins to prevent any loss of breakout force that might otherwise occur when using a coupler device. Pin-on buckets are designed for heavy-duty, high-capacity applications, such as digging in dense soil, clay, loose rock and gravel. • SmartFit bucket tooth system: Provides stronger, more durable teeth and adapters, as well as hammerless, reusable locking pins. The SmartFit lineup includes general purpose, rock chisel, heavy penetrator, tiger, twin tiger and flare teeth. Working Specs The CX145C SR has an operating weight of 33,290 lb. (15,100 kg), a bucket digging force 20,200 lb. (90.0 kN) to 21,400 lb. (95.0 kN), arm digging force of 12,600 lb. (56.0 kN) to 16,600 lb. (74.0 kN) and a maximum dig depth of 18 ft. 10 in. (5.51 m) to 19 ft. 8 in. (5.83 m). Standard bucket sizes range from .43 cu. yd. (0.33 cu m) to 1.02 cu. yd. to (0.60 cu m). The CX235C SR offers an operating weight of 56,029 lb. (25,400 kg), a bucket digging force 31,920 lb. (142 kN) to 34,170 lb. (152 kN), arm digging force of 23,160 lb. (103 kN) to 29,670 lb. (132 kN) and a maximum dig depth of 20 ft. 1 in. (6.12 m) to 21 ft. 3 in. (6.49 m). Standard bucket sizes range from .55 cu. yds. (.42 cu m) to 1.53 cu. yds. (1.17 cu m). For more information, visit www.Casece.com. (This story also can be found on Construction Equipment Guide’s Web site at www.constructionequipmentguide.com.)


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For more information on paving, compaction and milling equipment, as well as comparison charts, visit CEG's Web site at www.constructionequipmentguide.com.

Bergkamp Inc.’s M310 Utilizes Direct-Drive Hydraulics

Bergkamp Inc., based in Salina, Kan., offers the M310 truckmounted slurry seal and micro surfacing paver that allows operators to easily calibrate the machine, control production rates and simplify maintenance. The M310 uses the EMCAD (electronic mix control and diagnostic) system that displays current and average material ratios, total material used and material application rates — and can produce on-demand reports to track production for individual sections of the job, or the entire job, via an onboard printer. Operators can evaluate these printouts and make the necessary adjustments to more efficiently run the machine and calculate your bottom line. The M310 utilizes direct-drive hydraulics that work with the EMCAD system. The system monitors and adjusts material ratios automatically according to the set points of the ingredients,

production control setting and instantaneous feedback from the delivery system sensors to provide consistent mix. Aggregate, asphalt emulsion, water, additive and fines are proportionally delivered and metered according to the set points as per mix design. In addition, it electronically self-diagnoses control system or engine problems and displays a simple error code, reducing troubleshooting and repair time. Calibration is simplified, so fewer steps are required and manual calculations are eliminated. Even less experienced operators can quickly make adjustments during production without compromising the accuracy of the mix. “With this unique system, the M310 is one of the simplest-tooperate machines available and provides owners with the information needed to calculate profits accurately,” said Scott Bergkamp,

president of Bergkamp sible for loading. All liquid Inc. “This precise machine tanks are removable for simplifies mix control and maintenance. allows operators to focus Aggregate is delivered more on the paving job to to the pugmill by a 24-in. produce the best possible (61 cm) wide belt-overproduct. With the growing chain conveyor, which popularity of preventive eliminates slippage, while maintenance, the M310 is the steep hopper walls a good way to manage minimize bridging probyour costs.” lems. A Tri-Rotor pump, The M310 carries 10 three-way valve and inline cu. yds. (9.1 cu m) of strainer allow trouble-free aggregate, 630 gal. (2,385 loading of asphalt emulThe M310 carries 10 cu. yds. (9.1 cu m) of L) of both asphalt emulsion and water and 80 gal. aggregate, 630 gal. (2,385 L) of both asphalt sion onto the truck, so new (303 L) of additive. The emulsion and water and 80 gal. (303 L) of material can be loaded at full rate without affecting operator interface console additive. has easy-to-use joystick controls ment that further reduces noise for the production settings. For more information, call and slides to either side to provide the driver and crew. The pugmill or visit the operator with the best available safely slides out for easier cleaning 785/825-1375 view. Both the engine and pugmill — the bottom bowls stay in the www.bergkampinc.com. (This story also can be found on run smoothly and quietly. The paver, while the excess material onboard 99-hp (73.8 kW) falls out of the bottom for a faster Construction Equipment Guide’s Cummins engine is at the front of cleaning job. The fines feeder is Web site at www.constructionequipthe unit in an enclosed compart- positioned low so it is easily acces- mentguide.com.)

Bomag Plate Compactors Offer Enhanced Performance

Designed with fully enclosed protection hoods, Bomag’s BPR35/60 series reversible plate compactors provide contractors and rental customers with faster working speeds and greater compaction forces for work on granular and mixed soils. Three models are available in the series. The BPR35/60 features a 4.8-hp (3.6 kW) Honda air-cooled gasoline engine, while the BPR35/60D and BPR35/60D/E are equipped with 4.2-hp (3.1 kW) Hatz aircooled diesel engines. Each compactor features a vibratory exciter design for increased working speed and improved gradeability on all types of soil. All three models deliver 7,868 lbs. of centrifugal force. Maximum vibration frequency for each unit is 4,800 vibrations per minute. Both vibration frequency and centrifugal force are easily adjusted using the throttle control. Heavy-duty wear-resistant base plates fea-

The BPR35/60 features a 4.8-hp (3.6 kW) Honda air-cooled gasoline engine, while the BPR35/60D and BPR35/60D/E are equipped with 4.2-hp (3.1 kW) Hatz air-cooled diesel engines.

ture reinforced edges and have a working width of 23.6 in. (60 cm). The BPR35/60 series features a highstrength, grain-refined steel hood that helps protect the engine and all internal components from job site and transportation damage. To simplify maintenance, the hood is hinged and swings forward to reveal the entire engine. Large, integral service ports permit access to the most common maintenance points. The compactors also feature a fully protected V-belt, lifetime lubricated vibration bearings, reinforced self-adjusting centrifugal clutch, foldable multi-function lifting point and bumper protection. The gasoline-powered BPR35/60 also features a maintenance-free transistor ignition, large-volume dry air filter with cyclone-type precleaner, and automatic shutdown at low oil level. The diesel-powered models come with semi-automatic decom-

pression for easier starting, and an electric starter also is standard on the BPR35/60D/E. For maximum safety and comfort, the units feature a steering rod with built-in vibration buffers, which help reduce the amount of vibration transferred to the operator. Additionally, the steering rod is height adjustable to accommodate any operator and is lockable in both the transport and working position. Available options include transport wheels, a service kit, and an optional Vulcolan mat that prevents scuffing when the reversible plate compactors are used on paving block. For more information, call 800/782-6624 or visit www.bomag.com/us. (This story also can be found on Construction Equipment Guide’s Web site at www.constructionequipmentguide.com.)


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GOMACO’s T/C-5600 Texture/Cure Machine Features Four Crawler Tracks 

GOMACO’s texture/cure machine, the T/C-5600, features four crawler tracks, the exclusive G+ control system, and widths up to 56 ft. (17 m). The all new four-track design with 90 degree turn capability allows easy width changes and easy transport, while G+ provides electronic-overhydraulic steering and grade control for ultimate accuracy. The magic behind the easy width changes is the T/C-5600’s new walking end car with cure tank. Frame sections can be added or removed by turning the machine’s tracks 90 degrees and walking the end car with attached cure tank to the required width. Frame inserts are available in 4 ft. (1.2 m), 8 ft. (2.4 m), and 12 ft. (3.7 m) lengths. The frame design has the structural integrity to go up to 56 feet (17 m) wide.





The new T/C-5600 offers tining depth accuracy with the all new GOMACO tracer texture control. A sonic sensor traces the slab with the transverse travel of the tining broom. The tining depth is controlled by hydraulic height adjustment on the broom carriage. The two working together provide accurate tining depth, eliminate rail

adjustments and also eliminate the need for a power transition adjustor (PTA). Tracer texture control also works with transition adjustments required for longitudinal tining. With G+ Connect on-board, the new T/C-5600 can operate on stringline for steering and grade control or use other control methods available from the GOMACO sensor library, or 3D stringless control. G+ control allows easy changing of travel modes, switching from operational to transport. The T/C-5600 was designed to be easy to transport. The tracks turn 90 degrees for easy loading onto a lowboy trailer and the spray bar and work bridge assembly Frame sections can be hydraulically folds up for a transadded or removed by turnport width of 9.7 ft. (3 m). ing the machine’s tracks 90 degrees and walking the end car with attached cure tank to the required width. Frame inserts are available in 4 ft. (1.2 m), 8 ft. (2.4 m), and 12 ft. (3.7 m) lengths.

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North Carolina Asheville • 828/681-5172 Charlotte • 704/376-7554 Greenville • 252/695-6200 High Point • 336/665-0110 Raleigh • 919/851-2030 Wilmington • 910/254-2031 South Carolina Columbia • 803/794-6150 Greer • 864/877-8962 North Charleston • 843/552-0095

Ashland, VA • 804/798-6001 Fishersville, VA • 540/337-3057 Richlands, VA • 276/596-9440 Salem, VA • 540/380-2011 Winchester, VA • 540/667-9777 www.JamesRiverEquipment.com

Knoxville, TN • 865/577-5563 LaVergne, TN • 615/213-0900 Chattanooga, TN • 423/894-1870 Kingsport, TN • 423/349-6111 Memphis, TN • 901/346-9800 Saltillo, MS • 662/869-0283

Alabama Birmingham • 205/591-2131 Alabaster • 205/621-2489 Anniston • 256/831-2440 Decatur • 256/355-0305 Dothan • 334/678-1832 Mobile • 251/457-8991 Montgomery • 334/288-6580 Shoals Area • 256/383-5666 Tuscaloosa • 205/752-0621 Florida Panama City • 850/763-4654 Pensacola • 850/505-0550

The Midland Model SPD-6 road widener is designed to offer both right and left conveyor belt discharge as standard equipment. The SPD-6 has a 66 hp (49.2 kW) turbo diesel engine and a transport width of 10 ft. (3 m) wide. It is a larger version of the popular but smaller Midland SPR-6 unit right hand only discharge unit used by contractors and municipal road agencies needing a transport width of 8 ft. to 6 in. (2.6 m). For more information, visit www.midlandmachinery.com.



Georgia Atlanta • 404/366-0693 Albany • 229/435-0982 Augusta • 706/798-7777 Calhoun • 706/879-6200 Columbus • 706/562-1801 Hoschton • 706/654-9850 Kennesaw • 678/354-5533 Macon • 478/745-6891 Savannah • 912/330-7500 www.tractor-equipment.com




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

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GOMACO’s Unveils New G+ Connect for GHP-2800 G+ Connect is GOMACO’s new CANbased network on GOMACO products that allows fast, two-way communication between all accessories and the exclusive G+ controller. The GOMACO G+ control system has been used around the world on the GOMACO T/C-600 texture/cure machine, IDBI, GT-3200 curb and gutter machine, 4400 barrier machine, and GP2400 paver, and is now ready to be unveiled for the GOMACO GHP-2800 and mainline paving. GOMACO’s G+ Connect is a closed-loop control system for both the electronics and hydraulics on GOMACO pavers. The closed-loop system between the paver’s valves and various sensors means increased accuracy. The sensored feedback ensures tighter, faster, and more accurate machine corrections. G+ Connect utilizes a CAN (controller area network) network allowing all of the components of the system to easily communicate with each other for precision setup and paving. At the heart of G+ Connect is the G+ control system and GOMACO’s new paving software. The new G+ control system’s interface hardware includes simple but durable dials and push buttons for machine control. It features a flat-panel 6.5 in. anti-glare display screen with sensor-controlled backlight levels for visibility in all operating conditions. Its rugged, shock resistant construction protects it against dust, moisture and rain. The G+ control system has been programmed to operate in most of the world’s major languages to accommodate the customer’s choices. The operator can easily toggle between English and another language on the G+ screen while paving or troubleshooting. A “run” screen on the control panel illustrates the various aspects of the paver. It includes leg positioning, paving speed and percentage of drive, steering, travel information, grade information, deviation meters, and more. Newly designed icons and color graphics make it easy to understand and easy to identify the targeted functions. G+ now features a detailed fault history with a time stamp date and information to track when each fault occurred. “After we introduced the G+ system, there was an explosion in unforeseen control technology shifts. Our customers, our engineering staff and our service personnel kept saying, if it can do this, can we make it do that? And our controls team would say, yes,” Kevin Klein, GOMACO’s vice president of engineering/research and development, said. “The majority of the breakthrough innovations for mainline paving have come about since its introduction on our smaller paver in 2010. What we have is a living control system that will continuously grow with our ability to change, improve and enhance the

G+ Ground Control offers the ability of a viewing screen at ground level. The remote operator’s screen features the same G+ graphical display as the operator’s station. Ground personnel can see everything on the screen that the operator can see and also have the ability to fine tune the machine, make settings adjustments and monitor the operation from the ground.

system and the G+ Connect network inhouse.” All of the software for the G+ control system has been designed in-house by GOMACO’s own control specialists. G+ Connect allows all the components of a GOMACO paver to be easily interfaced. Simply “connect” the 3D stringless control system, IDBI, tie bar inserter (TBI), power

transition adjustors (PTA), GOMACO smoothness indicator (GSI) and more, and then pave the project with ease and accuracy. G+ Connect also allows the ability to easily share machine resources. For example, pulse pick-up sensors on the tracks of the paver can log the distance the machine has traveled. This allows the odometer in the G+ controls to share accurate speed and distance

measurements with any GOMACO bar insertion system, from TBIs to IDBIs, to manage bar placements. G+ features an entire library of sensor capabilities for controlling slope, grade and steer with set-up configurations for any project requirement. This includes paving with 3D stringless systems, laser control, sonic sensors, rotary sensors, slope sensors and all of their set-up requirements. Just connect to G+ Connect and the G+ controls automatically recognize them and communicates with them. Unique applications such as fillin lanes, tunnel paving, half-width concrete overlays, and sonar steering off an existing barrier wall are examples of projects that can be accomplished through a variety of solutions from the sensor library, according to the manufacturer. Digital slope control is now also a reality on GOMACO pavers. Long and cross slope can now be configured using high-resolution, dual-slope sensors. A new option for GOMACO pavers this year is the A.I.R., the new aluminum instrument rail for quick attachment and mounting of multiple CANbased and rotary sensors from the sensor library. G+ Ground Control offers the ability of a viewing screen at ground level. The remote operator’s screen features the same G+ graphical display as the operator’s station. Ground personnel can see everything on the screen that the operator can see, and also have the ability to fine tune the machine, make settings adjustments and monitor the operation from the ground. The new MiniMote available with the G+ controls provides on-the-spot assistance for fine adjustment of the GOMACO paver’s set up. The small, handheld remote control is tethered to the machine and can be used to swing each of the paver’s legs into the transport or paving position. The MiniMote has the ability to jog or vertically adjust one leg at a time, the two legs on either the right or left side of the paver, or all four legs at one time (All Jog). All four legs, two legs, or each individual leg can be traveled in forward or reverse for exacting leg placement. “We put together a controls team, tied in our 3D team, and developed the G+ with all of GOMACO’s concrete paving expertise,” Kent Godbersen, GOMACO’s vice president of worldwide sales and marketing, said. “We are now able to harness the hardware and software of our digital age and control a concrete paver with simple sophistication to maximize performance and achieve excellent rideability. G+ truly separates us from our competition and is technology developed by GOMACO Corporation for contractors who choose to pave with pride.” For more information, visit www.gomaco.com.


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Rogers Low-Boy Float Hauls Multiple Pieces of Equipment for Kiley Paving

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

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Jim and Steve Kiley, owners of Kiley Paving Ltd. in Kingston, Ontario, knew exactly what they wanted when it was time to buy a new low-boy float to haul their paving equipment. Jim’s more than 40 years of experience had taught him that they needed a high-quality float that could stand up to frequent use hauling excavators, asphalt pavers, bulldozers and heavy rollers. A float that would carry more than one piece of equipment per trip would save considerable time and money. They also needed a gradual ramp to make loading the equipment safer and easier. After checking out several local dealers, Jim went to Warren Smith at Industrial Trailer Supply Company of King City, Ontario, a Rogers dealer for more than 45 years, where he found a float that fulfilled all of their requirements. Smith suggested a 60 ton (55 t) Gentle Riser, the hallmark of Rogers Blacktop Series trailers. The Gentle Riser design has a 16 degree angle of incline for safe, easy access from the deck to the rear frame. Optional depressed riser center beams readily accommodate the stick of an excavator while allowing a roller to climb up the wood-covered outer ramps. The Gentle Riser is available in 35 to 60-ton (31.7 to 54.4 t) capacities with deck lengths ranging from 22 to 28 ft. (6.7 to 8.5 m) long, and from 8 ft. 6 in. to 10 ft. (2.5 to 3 m) wide. Optional features include a 20 in. (50 cm) loaded deck height for increased overhead clearance and a 3 ft. (.9 m) rear ledge with a bumper stop to add extra loading space without

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This Rogers Gentle Riser is built to handle the rugged conditions encountered in road paving.

increasing the wheelbase. Smith helped Kiley fine-tune the design for a float to meet his specific needs. His recommendations included 275 70R 22.5 tires, a rear bumper stop and Rogers adjustable front folding loading ramps. “We are very satisfied,” said Steve Kiley, professional engineer at Kiley Paving. “We’ve had the float in frequent use for five months and it has performed to our full expectations.” (This story also can be found on Construction Equipment Guide’s Web site at www.constructionequipmentguide.com.)

Wirtgen W 150i Builds on Tradition of Reputable W 150, Complies With Tier IVi The Wirtgen W 150i carries on the tradition of the established W 150, but complies with U.S. Tier IVi emissions regulations The new W 150i is a large but compact milling machine that can optionally be fitted with milling drums of 3-ft. 11-in. (1.2 cm), or 4-ft 11-in. (1.5 cm) working width, letting the W 150i be used for a variety of different applications such as milling large surfaces, removing pavement layers at full depth, or leveling. The W 150i cutting depth is zero to 13 in. (33 cm) and the machine accepts the Level Pro control system, and FCS and flexible cutter system light (FCS L) drum change systems. The W 150i houses a six-cylinder Cummins engine with an output of 400 hp, with modern technology for lowest environmental emissions levels. To ensure effective exhaust purification, its engine is equipped with a combined twoway catalytic converter and particulate filter. Its WIDRIVE machine management system enables high performance levels, regardless of working conditions, and operating costs are further reduced by the machine’s intelligent diesel engine control, according to the manufacturer. The W 150i’s large engine cowling opens electrohydraulically, permitting direct access to grouped maintenance points, either from the side, or from the operator’s platform. The W 150i is easy to service, allowing crews to concentrate on the project, not the machine.

The W 150i is equipped with Wirtgen’s parallel-to-surface (PTS) technology, which automatically keeps the cutter housing level as the W 150i moves into a cut, accelerating production. It also guarantees reliable traction of the W 150’s four crawler track units, enabling the machine to always adapt to ground conditions dynamically, and ensuring permanent ground contact and precise adherence to the selected working depth during the milling operation, according to the manufacturer. Wirtgen’s vacuum cutting system option is available for the W 150i, and removes dust, fines and smoke from the cutter chamber and extracts them out of the conveyor, keeping the machine cleaner and prolonging component life. The machine’s “wasp waist” — the specially shaped central part of the machine chassis — ensures that the operator has a perfect view of the milling edge, enabling him to steer the machine with pin-point precision from the individually adjustable driver’s seat. This free-view concept produces significantly better and more effective milling results without the need for time-consuming manual reworking. Turning maneuvers are easy, even in space-restricted area, due to the W 150i’s compact dimensions and large steering angles. For more information, visit www.wirtgenamerica.com. (This story also can be found on Construction Equipment Guide’s Web site at www.constructionequipmentguide.com.)

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RISH EQUIPMENT COMPANY www.rish.com 917 Cavalier Blvd. Chesapeake, VA 23323 (757) 485-2100 (757) 485-3616 1410 West Hundred Rd. Chester, VA 23836 (804) 748-6411 133 Wise Mountain Rd. NW Coeburn, VA 24230 (276) 395-6901 Fax: (276) 395-3438 10214 Fayetteville Rd. Bealton, VA 22712 (540) 439-0668 Fax: (540) 439-0719 5731 Glenmary Drive Salem, VA 24153 (540) 380-4858 66 International lane Suite 102 Staunton, VA 24401 (540) 887-8291 Fax: (540) 887-8295

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


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Dynapac Launches Interim Tier IV Compliant Paver Range To meet the new emission regulations, the upgraded paver series have been equipped with the Cummins QSB 6.7 liter interim Tier IV engine. The engine delivers 220 hp (164 kW) at 2000 rpm or 230 hp (171 kW) at 1800 rpm. The Cummins interim Tier IV engine also provides a direct flow air cleaner and new technology in the form of Exhaust Gas Recirculation (EGR), Diesel Oxidation Catalyst (DOC) and Diesel Particulate Filter (DPF) systems. Dynapac adjusted the paver duty cycle so that regeneration of the DPF system occurs without disturbing the paving operation in most conditions. A high pressure fuel injection system reduces fuel consumption up to 5 percent over earlier engines. The interim Tier IV engine reduces exhaust emission of particulate matter by 90 percent and NOx by 45 percent. The new cross-flow cooling system features a hydraulically driven, temperature-dependent cooling fan that reduces the overall noise level. The system exceeds performance

requirements to deliver a 120 degree Fahrenheit capability. The cooling system has been designed to work on Tier III, interim Tier IV and Tier IV Final engines. The fan also has a reverse feature to help clear accumulated debris in the cooling system. Dynapac’s new auger-conveyor, feed-control system ensures continuous flow of material for quality paving. The feed controller uses four independent, ultrasonic sensors to maintain the head of material precisely. Visibility has improved with the paver’s platform height of 78 in. (198 cm) and a 63-in. (160 cm) deck height — currently the lowest deck height in the industry. The low height allows full visibility to all working areas around the paver. This low center of gravity provides balance between the paver and screed delivering accurate edge geometry and the best mat quality. Both models in the new series are designed with a transport width

of 10 ft. (3 m) and a transport height of 106 in. (269 cm). Transport length for the F1000T is 21 ft. (6.4 m), while the F1000W is 21 ft. 4 in. (6.5). Working width is

26 ft. (7.9 m) with a minimum working width of 8 ft. (2.4 m) Operation controls have been upgraded with dual swing-out operator panels that are interactive. The panels feature a functional switch layout and toggle switches

to improve efficiency and productivity for the operator. At 34 kW, the hydraulically driven generator delivers a constant 60 Hz frequency regardless of

The Dynapac F1000 pavers offer easy maintenance with the use of standardized components. Common parts have been used in both the track and wheeled pavers. Manual override valves, relays and illuminated Dynapac’s new Tier IV Interim compliant F1000 DIN connectors are propaver. vided. For easy identification, the pavers are designed with group placement of components and individually marked hoses and wires. The F1000 also is engineered with a multifunction display based on calibration so there is no need for a laptop. The direct flow air cleaner is positioned for optimum air flow and serviceability. The DPF also is idealthe engine speed or load. This ly positioned so that it can easily be unique capability allows full removed for regular maintenance screed heating at idle, which saves once every 2000 hours. fuel during daily warm up. The (This story also can be found on generator will heat screed exten- Construction Equipment Guide’s sions, heat end-gates and provide Web site at www.constructionequipnight lighting if needed. mentguide.com.)


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

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Charleston Company Deftly Takes on Big PGA Tour Project OTTER from page 8

doesn’t use, we’ll haul to our site, stockpile, and then regrind to make the mulch product we need for the resort. It’s allowed us to meet the demand without risking getting too big again.” High-Profile Project If staying under the radar was Otter’s intention with the new business, fate had other plans for him when the Kiawah Island Resort won the bid to host the 2012 PGA Championship, one of the biggest stops on the PGA Tour. Preparation for the event began more than a year in advance of the actual Aug. 9, 2012, start date and involved some major land clearing to create parking lots, common areas for attendee pickups and so on. “This was a huge event and a huge undertaking,” said Otter. “We had 100-acre areas just overgrown with 25-foottall trees and myrtle bushes that we cleared, mowed and laid down mulch in preparation for the opening. The 3800 Wood Hog was outstanding for us, not just because it was so productive, but also because it was easy to move around from site to site. It’s been a great unit for us, the maintenance demands on it are low and easy, and it’s also great on fuel. Compared with our previous 1,000-hp grinder, we’ve cut fuel consumption down by about one-third, which, at today’s diesel prices and our current usage, saves us about $20,000 a year. That, too, is huge.” Otter wasn’t overstating the size of the event. All told, more than 27,000 people — including competitors, support staff, volunteers, media and fans — were at the course each day. In light of the demands generated by the event, Otter said that Tidewater Equipment has been outstanding in support of both the Morbark and Tigercat units for them, responding quickly to any needs and making replacement parts fast and simple. “We’re not a huge operation, but we still have needs that can sometimes be urgent, and they’ve always been responsive to those needs.” Coping With Change Despite a solid South Carolina economy, which fared better than most during the economic downturn of 2008, Otter and his crew — brothers Christopher and Jimmy as well as operator/mechanic Chris Sires have had to get creative during some of the leaner times. “To make ends meet, we did just about everything,” he said. “We built bridges on golf courses and built a half-mile of sound barrier for a local contractor. We also did a fair amount of demolition work, including a hotel — which had three-story concrete buildings as well as wood-framed structures — and we recycled better than 80 percent of everything on site. In fact, all the concrete was crushed, screened and used to make an access road to parking areas for the PGA event. The bottom line is, despite these challenges, we knew what kind of business we wanted this time around and — thanks to some good planning, a great customer base and equipment that’s met our needs perfectly — we’re doing it.” (This story also can be found on Construction Equipment Guide’s Web site at www.constructionequipmentguide.com.)

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Kobelco Appoints Csoka as Southeastern Sales Rep. Kobelco Construction Machinery USA appointed Matthew Csoka as a southeastern sales representative. A construction equipment industry veteran, Csoka brings to Kobelco more than 10 years of progressive experience in diverse management roles. In his new position, Csoka will be responsible for providing support and assistance to Kobelco dealers in the southeastern United States. He will train dealer personnel on the features and benefits of Kobelco products and ensure they are provided with the necessary tools to successfully market Kobelco equipment. Csoka also will assist dealers in development and execution of annual business plans including inventory control and sales strategies to increase their market share and profitability. In addition, Csoka will be responsible for expanding Kobelco’s distribution locations through dealer recruitment and development in the southeast region. Helping Csoka succeed in his new role with the company is his broad background in the construction equipment industry and familiarity with Kobelco’s product lines.

Prior to joining Kobelco, Csoka held multiple management positions within well-established companies including New Holland Construction CNH, Mitsui Machinery Distribution and Metalogenia North America. In his most recent role, Csoka served as the southeastern territory sales manager of New Holland CE/Kobelco CNH where he helped grow Kobelco’s market share from 2011 to 2012. Highly qualified personnel such as Csoka will be essential to Kobelco’s long-term growth strategy. “Matt has shown measureable success and a proven ability in marketing Kobelco products,” said Ron Hargrave, vice president, marketing and sales of Kobelco. “His motivation, passion for the industry and breadth of experience will be critical in steadily increasing Kobelco’s market share.” For more information, call 281/888-8430 or visit www.Kobelco-USA.com. (This story also can be found on Construction Equipment Guide’s Web site at www.constructionequipmentguide.com.)

Matthew Csoka will be responsible for providing support and assistance to Kobelco dealers in the southeastern United States


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Initiatives Include I-59 Hurricane Evacuation Corridor PROJECTS from page 1

ects and will continue to do so as long as there’s funding.’’ King said like other states, funding for transportation projects is getting tighter, but MDOT is doing its best to prioritize. The department gets 80 percent in federal money and 20 percent from the state. In Harrison County, work will begin this month on a $29.7 million Interstate 10/110 interchange improvement. New interchanges are being built at D’Iberville Boulevard and Lamey Bridge Road, and the project is scheduled to be complete in August 2015. An interchange project at Mississippi Highway 67 and Sangani Boulevard is scheduled to be done in August. The $7.3 million project in D’Iberville near the Interstate 10/110 interchange has involved roadway work, construction of an overpass bridge, new traffic signals and a 5-ft. (1.5 m) walkway along the bridge. Also along I-110, the Biloxi Back Bay drawbridge $8.2 million renovation that

began in April should be complete by this time next year. The project, in its final phase, involves renovation of the bridge’s mechanical, electrical and interior components and application of protective coating on steel

has been re-routed to a detour bridge. MDOT will spend $500,000 for landscaping and beautification at the I-110 loops, ramps and abutment as a gateway project. It includes landscaping, lighting, a rain garden and re-coating of the undersides of the I-110 bridges. Biloxi was awarded $450,000 for sidewalk construction, lighting and drainage installation and landscape improvements. The project includes pedestrian improvements in coordination with new Coast Transit Authority shelter and bus turnouts. Tom King By July 2015, Hancock MDOT County will have the region’s first four-lane north-to-south corridor, which will allow hurricane evacuation to I-59, according to MDOT. The $15.2 million Mississippi Highway 607 project will begin soon and involve construction of two new lanes from Texas Flat Road to Interstate 59 and the removal and reconstruction of existing bridges. MDOT awarded $800,000 to the county

“Any time there’s economic development it equals jobs. The coast needs it. We’re excited to be able to fund these projects…”

portions of the bridge to preserve its life. Drivers will encounter a slight shift in the northbound lane. The northbound bridge over Little Biloxi River on U.S. Highway 49 is being demolished and replaced. The $6.8 million project should be complete in March 2015. Traffic

and Bay St. Louis to extend the sand-beach pathway to Buccaneer State Park, expand the multi-use pedestrian and bicycle segments on Old Spanish Trail and Dunbar Avenue, develop rest and interpretive plazas along Beach Boulevard and establish a visitors center for Beach Boulevard Scenic Byway. The county-city project required a 20 percent match. In Jackson County, an almost three-year endeavor to complete the first phase of a comprehensive highway reconstruction project at the interchange of U.S. Highway 90 and Mississippi highways 611 and 63 is in its final stages. Crews are preparing to shift northbound traffic onto the new road by early September, which will then allow for completion of the south. (This story also can be found on Construction Equipment Guide’s Web site at www.constructionequipmentguide.com.)

Slab Crab Makes Jobs Easy Officials Consider AGC Stance AGC from page 1

The Slab Crab makes removal of concrete slabs and bridge decks a one-man job, according to the manufacturer. The contractor simply saw cuts the concrete into manageable slabs and picks them up. They can then be loaded directly onto the truck bed. A single operator can remove slabs cleanly, without disturbing sub-base. Slab Crab models can accommodate slabs ranging from 4 to 20 in. (10 to 51 cm) thickness. This bucket is available for excavators from 5,000 to 150,000 lbs. (2,268 to 68,039 kg), and models also are available to fit skid steer and backhoe machines. The Slab Crab is available as a direct pin-on or to accept the Kenco WedgeBolt Coupler System. For more information, call 800/653-6069 or visit www.kenco.com.

ance enforcement data indicate there is no justification for the costly new rules. “As the data makes clear, veterans and the disabled are already extremely well represented in the construction industry,” said Stephen E. Sandherr, the association’s chief executive officer, following a meeting today with the Office of Information and Regulatory Affairs (OIRA). “These new rules offer a very costly fix for a problem that, according to the government’s own data, doesn’t appear to exist.” The proposed new rules allegedly address “higher unemployment” rates among veterans and the disabled community, according to the Office of Federal Contract Compliance Programs (OFCCP). Yet federal employment data shows that the annual average unemployment rate for all veterans in 2012 was 7 percent, lower than the 7.9 percent rate for nonveterans, while a higher share of employed veterans than nonveterans work in the construction industry. In addition, people with disabilities are as likely to be employed by construction firms as people without disabilities according to the Bureau of Labor Statistics. Association officials also noted that an analysis conducted by the Center for Corporate Equality of OFCCP’s own enforcement data found almost no indication that veterans or the disabled are being discriminated against by federal contractors. The report, which was based on an exhaustive study of federal compliance reviews and complaint investigations, found that only 0.02 percent of all federal contractors could be seriously suspected of having discriminated against veterans or people with disabilities. Given the lack of data justifying the need for the rules, and the fact that they will cost significantly more than OFCCP officials suggest, Sandherr urged the Obama administration to reconsider finalizing the new employment mandates for federal contractors. He said the administration should instead re-open the record to determine whether the rules are needed. “The fact federal officials are sitting down and listening to groups like ours is a hopeful sign the administration is ready to ask tough questions about whether there is any justification to move forward with these new mandates,” Sandherr said. “So far, all available federal data makes it clear that there is simply no need for these new regulations.” (This story also can be found on Construction Equipment Guide’s Web site at www.constructionequipmentguide.com.)


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Work on New Railway Line Digs Up Centuries of Buried London History By Jill Lawless ASSOCIATED PRESS

LONDON (AP) Jewelry, pieces of ships, medieval ice skates, centuries-old skulls — some fascinating pieces of London’s history aren’t in museums, but underground. More often than not, they stay there, but work on a new railway line under the British capital is bringing centuries of that buried history to light. The 73-mi. (118 km) Crossrail line is Britain’s biggest construction project and the largest archaeological dig in London for decades. In the city’s busy business core, archaeologists have struck pay dirt, uncovering everything from a chunk of Roman road to dozens of 2,000-year-old horseshoes, some golden 16th-century bling — and the bones of long-dead Londoners. One afternoon, archaeologists were unearthing newly discovered bones in a pit beside Liverpool Street rail and subway station, while living city-dwellers scuttled by, oblivious, a few feet away. The remains belong to a few of the 20,000 people interred in a burial ground established in the 16th century. “Everyone’s been running around in Liverpool Street for years and not thinking that they’ve been walking around on bodies from one of the densest burial grounds in London,’’ said Nick Elsden, a Museum of London archaeologist helping to oversee excavations that go along with the work on the Crossrail line. The 2,000-year history of London goes deep — 16 to 20 ft. (5 to 6 m) deep, the distance between today’s street level and sidewalks in Roman times. Crossrail is providing archaeologists with a chance to dig down through those centuries — and even beyond, to prehistoric times. “This site is a rare, perhaps unprecedented opportunity,’’ Elsden said as he watched museum staff gently brush dirt from newly found bones and a skull in a hole that will soon house a maintenance shaft. “This is a major roadway outside one of London’s busiest railway stations. You don’t get to dig that up normally.’’ The $23 billion railway, due to open in 2018, will run across London from west to east, with a central 13 mi. (21 km) section underground. That has meant tunneling beneath some of the city’s oldest, most densely populated sections. Alongside tunneling work — advancing by 330 ft. (100 m) a week and due to be finished next year — more than 100 archaeologists have been involved in excavations at 40 sites over the past four years. They’ve found everything from reindeer, bison and mammoth bones dating back 68,000 years to the remains of a moated Tudor manor house, medieval ice skates, an 800year old piece of a ship and the foundations of an 18th-century shipyard. Earlier this year, the dig unearthed skeletons belonging to victims of the Black Death, the plague that wiped out half of London’s population in 1348. The latest discoveries include pieces of flint, some shaped into tiny blades, from a 9,000-year-old tool-making factory beside the Thames in what is now southeast London. It’s evidence the area was being resettled after the last Ice Age by nomadic hunter-gatherers.

At Liverpool Street, recent finds include a 16th-century Venetian gold coin with a small hole that suggests it was an early sequin, worn as decoration on the clothes of a wealthy person who probably lost it. It was found in a rubbish deposit. Elsden and his team are especially excited to have uncovered the remains of a Roman road, studded with 2,000-yearold horseshoes — more precisely equine sandals, made of metal and fastened to the hooves with leather straps. So many have been found that researchers suspect this must then, as now, have been a busy transit area, with horses bringing produce from the countryside to residents of what was then known as Londinium. “Roman horseshoes, stuck in a rut of the Roman road — you’ve got this unique little snapshot,’’ Elsden said. “You can see a Roman pulling his cart across the bridge. That’s a rare little glimpse into ordinary Roman life.’’ Some of the archaeologists’ most delicate work involves remains from the Bedlam burial ground, established in the 16th century underneath what is now Liverpool Street as the city’s medieval church graveyards filled up. Thousands of Londoners were buried there over 150 years, from paupers to religious nonconformists to patients at the adjacent Bedlam Hospital, the world’s first psychiatric asylum. Its name, a corruption of Bethlehem, became a synonym for chaos. Jay Carver, Crossrail’s lead archaeologist, said the project will mean disinterring the remains of about 4,000 people. Workers will treat the remains with delicacy and respect, practices not always followed in the past. The recently discovered Roman road is made of rammed earth, clay, wood and — surprisingly — human bones, washed by a river from a nearby cemetery and incorporated into the building material. “We tend to think in the past they were superstitious about bodies, but no,’’ Elsden said. “Bits of bodies are washing around out of cemeteries — they’re not that worried about it.’’ Centuries later, gravestones from the Bedlam cemetery were used as foundations of later buildings, and the soil has yielded pieces of bone, antler, tortoiseshell and ivory — leftovers from local craft workshops dumped over the cemetery wall in the 17th century. The newly excavated human remains will be studied for clues to diet and disease before being reinterred elsewhere. Most of them will, of necessity, be reburied anonymously. But Carver holds out hope that research may be able to identify some individuals. The Bedlam graveyard is known to contain the remains of several prominent people, including Robert Lockyer, a member of an egalitarian 17th-century political movement known as the Levelers. Lockyer was executed by firing squad at St. Paul’s Cathedral after leading an army mutiny in 1649 before being buried at Bedlam. “If you find someone who’s been executed with a musket, that’s going to leave some kind of damage,’’ Carver said. “It would be quite exciting if we could identify someone in that way.’’ (This story also can be found on Construction Equipment Guide’s Web site at www.constructionequipmentguide.com.)

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SDLG North America has introduced the LG938L and LG959 wheel loaders, with 2.4 and 4.0 cu. yd. (1.8 and 3.1 cu m) bucket capacity respectively, to meet the needs of multiple agriculture applications.

SDLG Wheel Loaders Offer Features for Multiple Agriculture Applications SDLG North America has introduced the LG938L and LG959 wheel loaders, with 2.4 and 4.0 cu. yd. (1.8 and 3.1 cu m) bucket capacity respectively, to meet the needs of multiple agriculture applications. The easy-tooperate wheel loaders include strong breakout forces and high dump clearances. The LG938L and LG959 are the first models in the SDLG equipment offering to be made available in North America. LG938L With an operating weight of 23,150 lb. (10,500 kg), the LG938L wheel loader offers the strength to fulfill multiple chores, from loading feed mixers to hauling pallets. With a standard bucket capacity of 2.4 cu. yds. (1.8 cu m), the LG938L is rated to load and carry up to 6,000 lb. (2,720 kg) of material. The wheel loader has a maximum breakout force of 16,410 lbf (73 kN) with a static tipping load at full turn of 14,860 lb. (6,740 kg). When equipped with the optional long boom, the maximum breakout force is 15,290 lbf (68 kN) with a rated full-turn tipping load of 13,500 lb. (6,120 kg). The LG938L is powered by a Tier IVi-certified Deutz TCD 6.1 L6 turbocharged, water-cooled engine. Cooled gas recirculation technology in the engine includes a diesel particulate filter (DPF) with automatic, active regeneration, a technology in which the DPF temporarily holds the particulate

matter and then incinerates it, further reducing emissions. The process maximizes uptime, occurring without any loss of performance of the wheel loader or efficiency of the engine. The engine generates 160 gross hp (120 kW) and 142 net hp (106 kW). Maintenance on the LG938L is made simple with easy-to-replace dry disc brakes and 17.5-in. (44.4 cm) bias ply tires. To meet operator preference or machine application, radial tires are available as an option. The LG938L is backed by a 12month, 1,500-hour warranty. LG959 The LG959 wheel loader, with an operating weight of 38,250 lb. (17,350 kg), has a standard bucket capacity of 4.0 cu. yds. (3.1 cu m) rated to load and carry 10,000 lb. (4,535 kg) of material. The LG959 generates a maximum breakout force of 34,170 lbf (152 kN) with a static tipping load at full turn of 22,490 lb. (10,200 kg). When equipped with the optional long boom, the wheel loader’s maximum breakout force is 32,820 lbf (146 kN) and rated full-turn tipping load is 20,240 lb. (9,180 kg). The LG959 is equipped with a Deutz D7E LAE3 turbocharged, watercooled engine meeting Tier III emission requirements. The engine generates maximum output of 224 gross hp (167 kW) and 194 net hp (145 kW). Standard-equipped with 23.5-in. (60

cm) bias ply tires, the LG959 wheel loader features industry-leading wet disc brakes. Radial tires are optional. The LG959 includes a 12-month, 1,500-hour warranty.

TruckPlanet, an online marketplace for buying and selling used commercial trucks, adopted a weekly auction format starting with the Aug. 15 featured auction. TruckPlanet will now host over-the-road truck auctions every Thursday at 8 a.m. Pacific Time. Since its launch, TruckPlanet has sold more than 1,700 trucks and trailers — including day cabs, sleeper cabs, cargo trucks, refrigerated trucks, trailers and more — generating sales exceeding $20 million. “With more than 25,000 new registrations on TruckPlanet since our unveiling, we’re thrilled with the activity the site is receiving,” said Randy Berry, president of TruckPlanet.

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“Transitioning TruckPlanet to a weekly auction schedule gives sellers faster time to cash and provides buyers with regular access to our impressive Class 8 and commercial truck inventory.” IronPlanet, a pioneer in online auctions for used heavy equipment, launched TruckPlanet in May 2013 to bring its marketplace success to the North American trucking industry. By extending its online expertise and weekly sales platform to buyers and sellers of used commercial trucks, truck fleet managers now have a consistent and flexible solution for quickly dispersing fleets without the time and costs associated with traditional physical auctions, according to the company. Adopting the successful inspection program from its IronPlanet auctions, TruckPlanet allows buyers to purchase items online with confidence due to professional inspection reports, which provide detailed images and data for equipment. TruckPlanet’s IronClad Assurance buyer protection program guarantees the report is an accurate description of the truck’s condition. Additionally, buyers can bid conveniently from their home, office or on the road using their PC, tablet or mobile phone. The site offers value-added services to make the buying experience easier, including truck financing, warranty programs and dedicated, hands-on customer care agents. Membership is free and available worldwide. All over-the-road truck auctions will be simulcast on TruckPlanet and IronPlanet. For more information, call 888/476-3344 or visit (This story also can be found on www.ironplanet.com.

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Crews Blast Rock From Mountainside for Additional Lane I-81 from page 1

equipment consists primarily of excavators, off-road trucks and pavers. The main contractor for the project is CHM2Hill Construction. Faulconer Construction is the subcontractor on the job. A large number of other contractors are working on this project as well. This project will add a 12 ft. (3.7 m) continuous truck climbing lane and work will be performed to upgrade the median and outside shoulder of I-81. Most widening will occur on the outside shoulder, but some widening is required in the median. Blasting near high volume interstate traffic was the main challenge with the project according to Jason Bond, communications manager of the Virginia Department of Transportation’s Salem District. “The Virginia Department of Transportation originally hoped to control traffic during blasting operations using rolling road blocks, with only 15-20 minute delays. But the time required to scale the rock slopes and ensure safety along the interstate was causing much longer delays for motorists. Daily daytime detours were used to divert traffic around the blasting on weekdays last summer until blasting was completed. Working out the sequence of paving asphalt during the course of the job is also challenging along with simply maintaining the traffic flow.” Faulconer Construction is on track to achieve substantial completion prior to the contract date of Sept. 16, 2013. Faulconer did all the earthwork, grading and drainage on this job. The amount of earthwork involved in this project is 1.1 million cu. yds. (841,010.3 cu m) of material. In addition 800,000 cu. yds. (611643.9 cu m) of rock excavation is needed. New bridges require 160 tons (145.1 t) of asphalt. The project involved 12 cuts in rock

Work began in August of 2010, and the majority of the project is to be completed by Sept. 15 with the final completion date set for Nov. 15.

that had to be blasted back in order to make room for the additional lane in the shoulder. This took place over impressive heights for an interstate in this area. “For all intents and purposes the mass earthwork on this project is done,” said Josh Williamson, construction manager of Faulconer Construction in Charlottesville, Va. “Right now we’re focused on the paving operations and finishing up a bridge on mainline. We utilized two major equipment spreads during the mass earthwork activities — one on each end of the project —to move over one million cubic yards of rock excavation. We used a Cat 374D excavator, four Cat 740 off-road trucks and two D8Ts. We also had a couple 330 excavators and 25 ton off road trucks supporting each fleet. The cuts on this project were steep and narrow on rugged terrain within close proximity to southbound traffic.”

Working near high volume interstate traffic was the main challenge with the project.

There were 100 ft. (30.5 m) cuts on this job, according to Williamson. These cuts were not very wide and some required a fair amount of pioneering in order for drill access. The majority of these cuts were laid back flatter than original design slope due to rock quality. “Dealing with traffic during blasting operations was perhaps our biggest challenge,” said Williamson. “We started out with slow rolls and we didn’t really have enough time to clear traffic, perform the blasting operations, and scale [safe up] the slope within the slow roll time frame. After two or three months of blasting with slow rolls and about three critical meetings with the DOT we were able to obtain approval to utilize a southbound detour during blasting operations.” Announcements were made to the public prior to road detours. Work has been done during nighttime detours including replacement of the bridge beams. In May 2013 traffic was switched onto the new pavement for about a mile and a half of the route. Prompted by so many questions from the public regarding the change from rolling roadblocks to detours, videos of the blasting were presented showing that the rock slopes had to be scaled. “When we started on the project we expected a lot of the blasting to be done with what we call rolling roadblocks during daylight hours,” said Bond. “Traffic wasn’t expected to be detoured. But that was one of the concerns that we had which we discovered pretty quickly, that the contractor was having difficulty getting the road opened within 15-20 minutes –— it was taking closer to 45 minutes to an hour. “Part of that was because they wanted to make sure that the debris they were blasting

from the slope of that cut was stable enough that they could open the road back up to traffic safely,” said Bond. “What we agreed to do with the contractor was to let them implement a detour. So last summer they were detouring traffic from southbound I-81 onto a parallel route of Highway 11/460 during the day for several hours in order to detonate a charge, scale the rock slope to make sure they were stable and then they would reopen the road to traffic.” Though the work site is located in a remote area, it is a conduit between two major urban areas on I-81, Roanoke and Blacksburg, Va. As a result, heavy commuter traffic is present during various periods during the day. Virginia Tech and Radford University students and staff often occupy this stretch of road. Approximately 60,000 vehicles per day travel through this stretch with up to 40 percent from trucks. “A main problem here is the variation of speeds among this traffic,” said Bond, This leads to a lot more conflicts which can lead to more crashes.” This project is valued at $90 million dollars. In addition to 5 mi. of truck climbing lane on I-81, the project will include replacing three bridges, improvement of the right and left shoulder, upgrading of the guardrail, construction of retaining walls and improvement of the connection of the bridges. The hope is accidents in the stretch will be eliminated or cut down on by improving safety by enhancing the traffic flow in this area. The idea is to keep the slower-moving traffic out of the free flow of traffic that in turn improves the highway’s safety. (This story also can be found on Construction Equipment Guide’s Web site at www.constructionequipmentguide.com.) CEG


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Doosan Portable Power Presents New ‘Green’ Generators Doosan Portable Power has expanded its mobile generator portfolio with the introduction of the Tier IVi-compliant G70WCU, G85WCU and G125WCU. The new Doosan models feature a cooling system with a variable speed cooling fan, keeping the generators cool and maximizing productivity and fuel efficiency in even the most extreme temperatures. The enclosure includes deep air intake pockets that protect the generator from external elements and virtually eliminate water ingression. Innovative airflow management on the models route engine heat without compromising sound attenuation, contributing to the industry’s lowest operating sound levels of just 64 to 67 dBA, dependent upon the model. Redesigned from its predecessor Tier III model, the G70WCU delivers a 5 percent output increase at 77 kVA/62 kW, an 86 percent increase in runtime at 38 hours, and a 4 dBA reduction, operating at just 64 dBA. The G85 and G125 mark new power nodes for the Doosan Portable Power lineup, delivering 97 kVA/77 kW and 128 kVA/102 kW respectively, allowing customers to maximize fuel

and power efficiency by selecting the power node that best meets their application needs. The models are powered by a fuel-efficient Tier IVi-compliant Cummins QSB5 engine, contributing to the extended runtimes, which range from 24 to 38 hours at 100 percent load. The engine maximizes machine uptime and enhances operator ease of use with no diesel particulate filter (DPF) — the diesel oxidation catalyst (DOC) aftertreatment is maintenance-free, so operators are no longer required to shut down to regenerate the machine. Further maximizing fuel efficiency on these generators is a thermostatically controlled clutch-driven cooling fan, which ensures the fan runs at the precise speed required to maintain optimum cooling temperature regardless of ambient temperature. “Customers have plenty to think about on a job site, so the challenge is to create the most autonomous machine possible, one that can operate reliably in extreme conditions, and deliver what customers need so they can

Redesigned from its predecessor Tier III model, the G70WCU delivers a 5 percent output increase at 77 kVA/62 kW, an 86 percent increase in runtime at 38 hours, and a 4 dBA reduction, operating at just 64 dBA.

focus on other things,” said Wyatt Franks, assistant product marketing manager, North American generators, Doosan Portable Power. “We designed these Tier IVi models to provide dynamic capabilities in an easy-to-operate package — offering maximized runtime, simplified serviceability, and technology advancements like Quad Voltage, operated by an intuitive control panel.” The generators were designed to deliver versatility while enhancing ease of operation and are capable of meeting the needs of virtually any application. The models boast an innovative Quad Voltage selection feature — with the flick of a switch, operators can select from 120/240V-1Ø, 208V-3Ø, 480V3Ø, and 600V-3Ø; a feature that eliminates the need for a dedicated 600V generator. Further expanding the models’ versatility is a dual frequency feature, allowing operators to select 50 Hz or 60 Hz dependent upon their

application needs, with a simple toggle switch. Operation has been simplified with a number of control panel enhancements. Large, LED-backlit analog meters provide at-a-glance monitoring of vital engine and generator parameters, while a full diagnostic display alerts operators of fault conditions like low fuel, minimizing operating costs by saving technicians the need for expensive hand-held code readers or laptop-based diagnostic tools. A dual scale ammeter measures and provides read-outs on even the smallest current changes, while the voltage selector switch is equipped with the industry’s only VSS protection scheme — guarding against an operator switching voltage during machine use — if the VSS door is opened, the machine shuts down completely. Operator safety has been enhanced with a redesigned connection panel that provides safe and easy power wiring connections. Each terminal has the capability to simultaneously accept up to 2x500 MCM bare wire cables and multiple terminated cables; an

optional camlock panel expands connection capability via multiple 400A color-coded camlocks. An optional Roda Deaco engine overspeed shutoff system provides peace of mind in applications where combustible gas, vapors, or vapor dust are present — preventing engine runaway and helping ensure operator and job site safety. Machine lifetime is enhanced with component design that encourages easy serviceability. Curbside service access to the battery, fuel and air filters, oil fill and fuel fill put routine service points within safe and easy reach. Machine uptime is maximized with 500-hour service intervals. Doosan Portable Power generators are designed to withstand rugged transportation and job site needs. Built on heavy-duty skid bases with integrated 24-hour fuel cells, the generators boast a heavy-gauge, galvannealed steel enclosure and tandem-axle running gear for easy towing. The generators are equipped with LeroySomer alternators with AREP excitation, protecting against overload and short-circuit, offering voltage stability and greater motorstarting capability. Enhancing performance in even the most extreme temperatures is an optional Tundra Package, which ensures startup and reliable operation in temperatures as low as -40 F/C. The package includes a coolant heater, oil pan heater, battery charger, battery heater pad and heated breather hose. For more information, visit doosanportablepower.com. (This story also can be found on Construction Equipment Guide’s Web site at www.constructionequipmentguide.com.)


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CONSTRUCTION EQUIPMENT | WE ARE LOOKING FOR FOLLOWING USED EQUIPMENT: 1. PC120-6, PC200-3/-6, -7, PC300-5, PC300-6, PC300-7, PC400-6 2. SK120I, II III, SK200I, II, III, SK200-6, SK300, I, II, III, SK330LC 3. EX120-1, EX200-1, EX200LC-5, EX270-1 4. D31P20, D41E-6, D41P-6, D61EX/PX-12, AND D61EX/PX-15 5. SAKAI 500 ROLLERS 6. CAT 12G, 12H, 140H, 160H 7. KOMATSU BR350J-1 MOBILE STONE CRUSHER CONTACT: ANTHONY PHONE: 7144967229 FAX: 3103249983 EMAIL:BUSINESSCENTER @APCCTRAN.COM –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– SKYTRAK 10042 TELEHANDLER | SKYTRAK 10042, OROPS, 2500 HRS OR LESS, GOOD TIRES, GOOD PAINT. CONTACT: TOM THORNTON PHONE: 817-282-7900 EMAIL: LIFTMAN@2MEC.COM –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– FRONT LOADER | CAT 432 D OR E JD 310 JCB 3X OR 4X 2007 2008. NO MORE THAN 2000 HOURS. EMAIL: LUBEN@RABCHEV.COM –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– WE BUY MANUALS | WE ARE LOOKING TO PURCHASE NEW OR USED SERVICE, SHOP, PARTS, OPERATOR’S OR OTHER MANUALS FOR EQUIPMENT, TRUCKS AND VEHICLES OF ALL SORTS. WE PREFER IN BULK, PERHAPS YOU HAVE COMPUTERIZED YOUR SERVICE OR PARTS OPERATION AND YOU HAVE BOOKS OR MANUALS YOU NO LONGER NEED, OR INVENTORIES YOU HAVE NOT SOLD AS A DISCONTINUED PRODUCT LINE. WE WILL PURCHASE IN ANY USEABLE CONDITION IN ANY AMOUNT YOU HAVE. CONTACT: GRACE FRANCES PHONE: 270-849-2270 EMAIL: TRITOWN1@MSN.COM –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– KUBOTA B4672A | KUBOTA HOE ATTACHMENT AND SUBFRAME CONTACT: JEFF FOLK EMAIL: JEFFFOLK@EMBARQMAIL.COM –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– GP WHEEL LOADER BUCKET | GENERAL PURPOSE BUCKET 1.6 FOR A 1985 KOBELCO LK 300 A CONTACT: DALE CHAPMAN PHONE: 252-438-5144 FAX: 252-438-2350 EMAIL:DCHAPMANGREYSTONE @HOTMAIL.COM –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– CASE LOADER BACKHOES | CASE 580 K SK L SL M SM S CONTACT: FRANK (TRICO EQUIPMENT) PHONE: 800-TRICO-50 FAX: 732-780-3618 EMAIL:FHORAN@TRICOEQUIPMENT.COM ––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––

ZF TRANSIT MIXER GEAR BOXES | I WANT LARGE QUANTITY OF :USED ZF TRANSPORT MIXER DRIVE P & PK SERIES. ALSO LARGE QUANTITY OF : USED SUNDSTRAND HYDRAULIC PUMP & MOTOR CONTACT: M.ASKARI PHONE: 819-246-9577 FAX: 819-205-0972 EMAIL:M.PFCDIESEL@VIDEOTRON.CA –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– ALL NEW LATE MODEL CAT, KOMATSU, DEERE, OTHER | WE ARE LOOKING TO BUY CONTRACTOR OWNED NEWER LATE MODEL CONSTRUCTION EQUIPMENT AT FAIR PRICE. NO BROKERS/DEALERS. CONTACT: JOE PHONE: 570-250-5559 EMAIL: JOEDIRT@CONTRACTOR.NET –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– TRUCK MIXER & FORKLIFT | I AM LOOKING FOR (2) 2005 OSHKOSH TRI FRONT DISCHARGE MIXER, OR INTERNATIONAL, "IM OPEN FOR OPTIONS" ALSO LOOKING FOR (2) FORKLIFT, 200 TO 2003 DIESEL POWER, THREE STAGE MAST 6 TO 7 TON CAPACITY, WHOLESALE PRICES ONLY! THANK YOU! CONTACT: WILLIAM A. FREITES PHONE: 813-294-2222 FAX: 352-610-9849 EMAIL:WILLIFREIT@AOL.COM –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– 1989 TO 1996 420 JOHN DEERE FRONT MOUNT ENGINE RIDING LAWN MOWER CONTACT: SPENCER THOMAS PHONE: 804 514 7568 EMAIL:SPENCERTHOMAS16@HOTMAIL.COM –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– TRACKED SCREENING PLANT IN SOUTHWEST CONTACT: JACK DYKSTRA PHONE: 602 390 4846 FAX: 602 269 5863 EMAIL:HAMMERCONTRACTOR@AOL.COM –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– A WINCH TO FIT A DRESSTA DOZER TD 15 H SERIAL #-32584 CONTACT: EDWARD BECKER PHONE: 870-421-8301 EMAIL: BTSERVICES708@AOL.COM –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– KOMATSU MOBILE CRUSHER MODEL:BR300JG AND BR350JG KOMATSU OFF-ROAD DUMP TRUCK HD325-5 AND HD465-5 CONTACT: K.NAKA PHONE: 06-6754-4570 FAX: 06-6972-7515 EMAIL: HIRO@KUNIMITSU.CC –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– CATERPILLAR 12H | WE ARE INSTALLING A MID-MOUNT SCARIFIER ON A CAT 12H GRADER AND ARE IN NEED OF 1)8W-0684 BRACKET ASSEMBLY AND 1)8W-0681 PLATE. CONTACT: WENDELL CAIN PHONE: 770-381-8984 FAX: 770-381-6977 EMAIL:WENDELL@CAINANDTODD.COM ––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––

ZF GEAR BOXES (MIXER DRIVE) | WE WANT TO BUY: CONCRETE READY MIX ZF DRUM DRIVE GOOD USED OR CORE CONTACT: M.ASKARI PHONE: 819-246-9577 FAX: 819-2050972 EMAIL:M.PFCDIESEL@VIDEOTRON.CA –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– WANTED CAT LOADERS!! | NEED THE FOLLOWING CAT LOADERS: 9 3 6 (84 92) 9 3 8 G (AROUND YEAR 05) 9 5 0 B/C/E/F-II (78 UP) 9 5 0 G/H (’05 – ’09, FULL STEERING ONLY) 9 6 6 C/D/E/F (78 UP) 9 6 6 H (’09 – ’11, FULL STEERING ONLY, HOURS AROUND 8000 OR LESS, ORIGINAL PAINT) 9 8 0 C/F (87 UP) CONTACT: AIMN BLBOL PHONE: +971504814823 FAX: +97165355291 EMAIL:INFO@ALWAFAEQUIPMENT.COM –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– FRACK TANKS | NEED 6 TANKS CONTACT: JOHN EDDLEMAN FAX: 870-762-0073 EMAIL:DRWRECKER@HOTMAIL.COM –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– TRANSMISSION ASSEMBLY CONTACT: SATHISH EMAIL: SATHISH.S@ARABIAN-INDUSTRIES.NET –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– TRANSMISSION | THIS TRANSMISSION IS USED IN OFF ROAD DUMP TRUCKS. I NEED IT IN AS REMOVED OR AS IS CONDITION. OPEN, UNSERVICEABLE IS ACCEPTABLE TOO. I DONT NEED A REBUILT OR NEW. CONTACT: ALLISON M5600AR PHONE: 3013388999 FAX: 3016326405 EMAIL:SALES@SPECIALVEHICLES.US –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– USED ATLAS COPCO CRAWLER 203 | WAGON DRILL CONTACT: KABASHI EMAIL: ALKABASHI2004@YAHOO.COM –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– LOOKING FOR WORKABLE LIMA 2400 DRAG LINE CRANE. CONTACT: JOHN STRACENER PHONE: 520 840 9718 FAX: 520 568 1595 EMAIL:PVECO@Q.COM –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– KOMATSU D375 TRACK DOZER | FULL SPEC., LESS THAN 10, 000 HOURS, US LOCATION CONTACT: RICHARD PHONE: 603 828-6100 EMAIL: CMIEQUIP@YAHOO.COM –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– TADANO CRANE 45 TON AND 50 TON | NEED TO BUY TADANO TRUCK CRANE 45 TON AND 50 TON, IF YOU HAVE ANY IN STOCK OR CAN LOCATE PLEASE SEND ME PICTURES, DETAILS AND BEST PRICE. CONTACT: ABDAL SALEEM PHONE: 96638428312 FAX: 96663312326 EMAIL:HAJICONSTRUCTEST@GMAIL.COM ––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––

PROOF ROLLER PULL BEHIND | PULL BEHIND 50 TON CONTACT: RICK HUDDY PHONE: 19377266978 EMAIL: CHUDDY@WOH.RR.COM –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– FORKS FOR 922B, QUICK COUPLER, MFG BALDERSON, MODEL#BQ922, MADE IN WAMEGO, KAN. CONTACT: RAND URMSTON PHONE: 973-334-1103 FAX: 973-402-8122 EMAIL:PONYENGINE@AOL.COM –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– KOMATSU BR380 JG1 TRACK JAW | LATE MODEL LOW HOUR USA LOCATION CONTACT: RICHARD PHONE: 603 828-6100 EMAIL: CMISOLD1@COMCAST.NET –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– A4JB1 ISUZU DIESEL | REPLACEMENT ENGINE FOR SKID LOADER CONTACT: C.B. GERLOFF EMAIL: CBGX@WINDSTREAM.NET –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– CAT 322CL W/ LABOUNTY MSD2000R HOURS: 1011 ON MACHINE HOURS: 300 ON SHEAR MACHINE IN EXCELLENT SHAPE. CONTACT: ROBERT HARRELL PHONE: 609-561-7702 FAX: 609-561-7706 EMAIL:ROBERTTHARRELL@YAHOO.COM –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– HYDROSEEDER CONTACT: JAMES ALLEN EMAIL:JAMES.ALLEN@JFALLENCO.COM –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– DOZER | LOOKING FOR 1998-2005 D6RLGP FROM 45K TO 65K. ALSO D6HLGP AND D7HLGP UNDER 38K. CONTACT: SANTIAGO EMAIL: SSCARZELLA@GMAIL.COM –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– FERTILIZER SPREADER EMAIL: NJCOLA@COMCAST.NET –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– KOMATSU | SPECS FOR KOMATSU DOZER P39AX CONTACT: JB WATLINGTON PHONE: 434-250-3891 EMAIL: EZRDRTWO@GMAIL.COM –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– 6-IN-1 BUCKET FOR JCB 214S 1994 CONTACT: DON PHONE: 908-614-5568 EMAIL: DONTHERED04@AOL.COM –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– NEED TRUCK CRANE LIEBHERR OR GROVE 130 TO 200 TONS, 2006 TO 2011 CONTACT: FRED GUTIERREZ PHONE: 770-978-3969 FAX: 770-978-3969 EMAIL:FGTZHUNTER@GMAIL.COM –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– 1950S MODEL 40V JOHN DEERE FARM TRACTOR CONTACT: STEVE GAUTREAU PHONE: 225-644-3404 EMAIL:STEVEKATHY@EATEL.NET ––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––

EXCAVATORS, DOZER | WE NEED USED EXCAVATORS FOR EXPORT. CONTACT: ANTHONY TRAN PHONE: 714-496-7229 EMAIL:BUSINESSCENTER@ APCCTRAN.COM –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– WOOD CHPPER CONTACT: DAVID EMAIL: DMDBBD06@AOL.COM –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– HYDRULIC JACKHAMMER ATTACHMENT FOR POSITRAC (ASV) OR BOBCAT | LOOKING FOR A HAMMER TO BUST CONCRETE CONTACT: MIKE EMAIL: MIKEWAY107@GMAIL.COM –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– MICROPILE DRILL WITH DEPTH CAPACITY OF 450-600 KL WITH 4-6 TONS. CONTACT: CAMILA MATÍNEZ PHONE: 954-456-0746 EMAIL:MACHINERYLAND2500@ GMAIL.COM –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– MOTOR GRADER | NEEDED ONE 1999/2000 CAT 140H WITH REAR RIPPER, UNDER 13.000 HRS. LOCATION USA. PLEASE SEND BEST WHOLESALE PRICE. CONTACT: SANTIAGO SCARZELLA PHONE: 305-506-4263 EMAIL: SSCARZELLA@GMAIL.COM –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– NEEDED ALL THE TIME 12 MONTHS BULLDOZER D3AT D10 USER WITH RIPPER USA ONLY | FROM USER CONTACT: JEAN MAURICE BOUTIN PHONE: 1 450 346 8975 OR MOB 1 514 386 8975 EMAIL:JEANMAURICEBOUTIN@ VIDEOTRON.CA –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– LOOKING FOR KOMATSU HD325-6, CAT 988B SN : 50W10000UP, KAWASAKI KLD70 AND 80 YR 1998 UP CONTACT: TAKAYUKI NAKAMURA PHONE: 06-6754-4570 FAX: 06-6972-7515 EMAIL:HIRO@KUNIMITSU.CC –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– WE BUY AND SELL EQUIPMENT MANUALS OF DIFFERENT MAKE FROM JOHN DEERE CATERPILLAR AND OTHERS. PLEASE CHECK OUR WEBSITE FRANCESFARMEQUIPMENT.COM FOR MORE INFORMATION CONTACT: GRACE FRANCES PHONE: 270-849-2270 EMAIL: TRITOWN1@MSN.COM –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– MANIFOLD, MUFFLER, STUDS FOR A 1992 JOHN DEERE 955 CONTACT: TIM KURYLA PHONE: 315-310-1969 EMAIL: TKURYLA1956@YAHOO.COM ––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––


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AGC ST. LOUIS IF IT’S NEW, IT’S HERE! CONEXPO-CON/AGG will represent an immense unveiling of all the newest equipment, technology and product breakthrough in construction. From earthshaking big iron to groundbreaking innovations, it’s all assembled in one place to help you work smarter. CONEXPO-CON/AGG 2014 – If it’s new, it’s here! CONEXPO – CON/AGG 2014 – if it’s new, it’s here! MARCH 4 thru 8, 2014 LAS VEGAS, NEVADA USA LAS VEGAS CONVENTION CENTER

2014 Kenworth T800, w/Pre-Emmission CAT 550!

2008 CAT 12M (County Owned)

(5) CAT 12H's (County Owned)

CONEXPO-CON/AGG 2014 WILL FEATURE: . 2,400 exhibitors showcasing new products and technologies from for every major construction industry including asphalt, aggregates, concrete, earthmoving, lifting, mining, utilities and more. . Over 130,000 attendees that range from contractors, to dealers & distributors, to service providers, engineers, producers, municipalities, and more. . A comprehensive education program during the five-day exposition with sessions emphasizing industry issues and trends, management and applied technology. For more information, please contact AGC of St. Louis, 6330 Knox Industrial Drive, Suite 200, St. Louis, MO - Phone: 314/781-2356; Fax: 314/781-2874. IOGA, WEST VA (INDEPENDENT OIL & GAS ASSOCIATION) SEPTEMBER 17 thru 19, 2013 - FARM SCIENCE REVIEW. Farm Science Review@OhioStateFSR. If your business is agricultural, our business is you! Please contact Leslie Risch, Program Assistant at 614/292-4278 for more information on this program.

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2014 Mack GU713, 5 Dump & 5 Roll Offs (County Owned)

AGC ST. LOUIS – 10th ANNUAL CHARITY GOLF TOURNAMENT – It is with great pleasure that we invite you to participate in the 10th Annual Charity Golf Tournament hosted by CDS Services, Inc. The festivities will include a golf tournament and auction on Friday, September 13, 2013. Questions on this event??? Contact Pat Stephens at 314/882-1380 or email: pat@cdsonsite.com.

2013 KOBELCO SK210-9

(2) 2009 CAT M322D MH

Construction Leadership Council (CLC) National Fall Working Weekend sponsored by AGC ST. LOUIS - September 12 thru 14, 2013, St. Louis, MO. AGC of St. Louis and AGC of America are pleased to be co-sponsoring the 2013 CLC National Working Weekend. Join us at the Hilton St. Louis at the Ballpark. The event includes professional development sessions, a jobsite tour, and networking events, all designed to help AGC of America’s mid-career professionals get connected and share best practices. You do not have to be a member of a CLC (or YCF) group to join this event. To register, please go to https://events.agc.org/Event/index/CLCFWW13 or contact AGC of St. Louis directly.

9’6” Stk, 42” Bkt, 32: TBG, ECAB w/AC, Rear View Camera, 1 Year Factory Warranty, Fiat Allis Tier 4 Engine, 1.9 Hrs

2011 DEERE 544K

AGC of Minnesota Fall Member Meeting in Rochester on September 19, 2013. Online Registration Now Available! Please go to: http://www.agcmn.org/event/FallQuarterly and click Register. Questions? Contact Julie Moore at jmoore@agcmn.org or 651/796-2189. AGC of Minnesota SRI and Lifetime Achievement Awards deadline for submitting nominations is September 23, 2013. Is there someone you work with who personifies the attributes of Skill, Responsibility and Integrity? Or whose outstanding contributions to the industry over an extensive career might earn them recognition with the Lifetime Achievement Award? Nominations are now being accepted for the 2012 SRI and Lifetime Achievement Awards, to be presented at the Annual Meeting at the Radisson Blu Mall of America on November 20, 2013.

KOMATSU D51PX

CAT D8R

CAT 938H

CAT D6T

(8) 2013 MACK TITAN TRACTORS, Heavy Specs

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AGC of Minnesota Barb’s Benefit OKTOBERFEST – SAVE THE DATE!!! When? Saturday, September 28th, 2013 Time? 4:00 PM to 11:00 PM (4:00 to 7:00 family focused activities) Where? Croatian Hall – 445 2nd Avenue S, South St. Paul, MN 55075 This benefit is in honor of Barb Lau, Executive Director of the Association of Women Contractors, who has suffered an aggressive type of cancer treatment/chemotherapy. Her treatment team suggests she waits another 6 months to undergo reconstruction surgery. Funds raised for Barb’s Benefit – Oktoberfest celebration will go towards Barb’s Medical Expenses. Contact Christa Seaberg for more details at christa.seaberg@jedunn.com. You may also contact the AGC of Minnesota office at 800/552-7670 or 651/632-8929 for more information. AGC of Minnesota Supervisory Training Program – September to October 2013 Classes Four of Ten Supervisory Training Program (STP) courses from AGC of America are being offered in the evenings, from 5:00 to 8:00 PM, at the AGC of Minnesota office at 525 Park Street, Suite 110, Capitol Office Building, St. Paul. These courses typically run 5 to 7 weeks (one day a week). Free parking is available adjacent to the building. For more information on the AGC of Minnesota Supervisory Training Program, please contact Pat Lynch at 651/796-2181 or 800/552-7670, ext. 201. Email: plynch@agcmn.org. AGC of Minnesota Construction HR and Training Professionals Conference to be held October 1617 at the Millennium Knickerbocker Hotel Chicago. The conference will provide two days of unique opportunities for construction industry HR, training, and workforce development professionals. Registration information is available at http://www.agc.org/cs/events/conferences/training_education_conference. The registration fee increases September 1, so register today! You may also contact the AGC of Minnesota office at 800/552-7670 or 651/632-8929 for more information. nnesota Nursery & Landscape Association American Horticultural Therapy Association Annual Conference. September 20, 2013 to September 21, 2013

Time: All Day Location: The Commons Hotel, 615 Washington Ave., SE, Minneapolis, MN Celebrating AHTA’s 40th Anniversary This year’s anniversary celebration will feature past AHTA presidents and luminaries from the field, as well as a host of international presenters who will discuss their research, practices and the future of horticultural therapy. For more information, please contact the MNLA office phone at 651/633-4987; Toll Free: 888/886-6652 or email mnla@mnla.biz; Fax: 651/633-4986; Toll Free Fax: 888/266-4986. Minnesota Nursery & Landscape Association 2013 Irrigation Show & Education Conference – Austin, Texas November 4, 2013 to November 7, 2013 Time: All Day Location: Austin Convention Center, Austin, Texas Where Irrigation Meets Innovation What better place to think about changing things up than in Austin, Texas? A place to be different and stand out from the crowd. A place where energy and creativity run high and diverse ideas come together. This year’s show is the place to uncover opportunity, launch new ideas, up your game and have fun! For more information, please contact the MNLA office phone at 651/633-4987; Toll Free: 888/886-6652 or email mnla@mnla.biz; Fax: 651/633-4986; Toll Free Fax: 888/266-4986. CONSTRUCTION ASSOCIATION OF MICHIGAN (CAM) GOLF SEASON is JUST AROUND THE CORNER !!! Be sure to mark your calendars for these upcoming CAM GOLF OUTINGS. September 23 – Plum Hollow Country Club, Southfield, Michigan “Old Timers Classic” - $135 per person. Package includes complimentary driving range; 18 holes of golf with cart; grilled lunch on the course; beverage service on the course; dinner with open bar; awards and door prizes. For more information, please contact Diana Brown at (248) 972-1000. The International Bridge, Tunnel and Turnpike Association (IBTTA) – the worldwide association representing toll facility owners and operators and businesses that serve them, today announced the full agenda and list of speakers for their 81st Annual Meeting to be held September 22 to 25 in Vancouver, British Columbia. This year’s 2013 meeting, Moving Smarter: How Tolling meets the Challenge, will feature a keynote address from Daniel Sieberg, Head of Media Outreach for Google, and special presentation from Bryan Norcross, Senior Hurricane Specialist for The Weather Channel. “Vancouver is the perfect place to meet,” stated Rob Horr, President IBTTA and Executive Director of the Thousand Islands Bridge Authority in New York. “The city is an efficient, increasingly integrated transportation system that stands as a model for other communities around the globe.” IBTTA’s 81st Annual Meeting and Exhibition is hosted by the Transportation Investment Corporation (TI Corp), British Columbia’s Crown Corporation responsible for the Port Mann/Highway 1 Improvement Project. You may contact Brad Luna, Luna Eisenia Media at 202/812-8140 (mobile) for more information or visit: www.IBTTA.org. ICUEE, the International Construction and Utility Equipment Exposition is also known as The Demo Expo, and is the exposition for demonstrations of construction and utility equipment. At ICUEE, attendees can operate the equipment themselves and explore the newest products and innovations in the industry. The broad spectrum of equipment available to operate is the ultimate in competitive comparisons. An extensive education program complements displays of the latest equipment technology and product innovations. ICUEE 2013 will be held October 1 thru 3, 2013 at the Kentucky Fair & Exposition Center, 937 Phillips Lane, Louisville, Kentucky, USA. For more information on this Expo you may contact Jim Wurm, Executive Director of Exhibit & Event Marketers Association, at 541/317-8768. PAUL BUNYAN SHOW – the official Paul Bunyan Show is one of the nation’s largest and oldest forest industry shows. Show attendees will see more than 130 exhibits representing all facets of the forest industry throughout North America. Representatives will be on site to showcase equipment, manpower and the dedication that has made the industry what it is today. Lumberjack entertainment and competitions will take place throughout the weekend as well as numerous educational sessions on topics ranging from logging equipment safety and maintenance to the history and restoration of the bald eagle in Ohio to Ohio’s edible mushrooms. Visitors to the show will not want to leave without trying an official Bunyan Burger, a 14 oz. angus burger with all the trimmings. For more information, visit www.ohioforest.org. WHEN: OCTOBER 4 thru 6, 2013 Friday-Saturday 8:00 AM to 6:00 PM; Sunday 9:00 AM to 3:00 PM LOCATION: (Map It) Guernsey County Fairgrounds at 335 Old National Road in (Old Washington) Cambridge, OH (Exit 186 off of I-70). PHONE: 614/497-9580 19th Annual New York State Highway and Public Works Expo will be held on October 16, 2013 in the Americraft Center of Progress at the New York State Fairgrounds in Syracuse, NY. Free admission tickets are sent to every village, city, town, county and state highway and public works professional in New York State. Exhibitors from around the state and the nation will gather in Syracuse for the annual Expo that puts them face to face with municipal budget decision makers. Superintendents, Board Members, Engineers, Municipal Contractors…they’re all at the Expo! The Expo is held at the peak of the annual budget decision making process in municipalities across the state…A great time to showcase what you sell, make new contacts, introduce new products and strengthen relationships with your existing municipal customers! GIE+EXPO – The Green Industry & Equipment Expo Dealer Day: October 23, 2013 All Attendees: October 24 and 25, 2013 Kentucky Expo Center Louisville, Kentucky Two Tradeshows – GIE+EXPO and Hardscape North America – co-located in one central location, provide your No. 1 opportunity to see what your industry is buzzing about. The 29-acre Outdoor Demonstration Area, within easy walking distance of the indoor exhibits, and the New Products Showcase make these prestigious shows an exceptionally efficient, productive marketplace. The 2012 GIE+EXPO runs October 24 & 25 in Louisville, KY. Co-located again this year with Hardscape North America, the industry’s largest trade show will host more than 15,000 attendees. For details on education sessions, produce demonstration schedules and to register, visit www.gieexpo.com or www.HardscapeNA.com. Ohio Aggregates & Industrial Minerals Association OAIMA Annual Meeting 2013 November 14 and 15, 2013, Columbus Hilton at Easton, Columbus, Ohio For more information on this meeting, please call toll free: 800/OH-ROCKS (647-6257) Phone: 614/428-7954 Fax: 614/428-7919 Email: rocks@oaima.org.


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UPCOMING AUCTIONS EQUIPMENT LIQUIDATION AUCTION for CIRCO CONTRACTING (Downsizing Operations & Closing Abatement Division) & TILCON NY (Surplus Equipment) & AREA CONTRACTORS & EQUIPMENT DEALERS

THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 12, 9:30 AM • 211 WEST 5th STREET, BAYONNE, NJ 07002 INVENTORY OF CONSTRUCTION, EARTHMOVING, ABATEMENT & REMEDIATION EQUIPMENT & SUPPLIES, TRUCKS, TRAILERS, SNOW PLOWS, SANDERS & MORE! PARTIAL LISTING: EXCAVATORS: 2005 Komatsu PC400LC-7L, A/C, 30” Pads, 10’8” Dip, 62” Bkt w/Teeth, Aux Hyd, Hrs Read: 10,914, s/n A86373; 2005 Komatsu PC400LC-7L, Erops, 36” Pads, 12’ Dip, 58” Bkt w/Teeth, Aux Hyd, s/n A86551; 2005 Hitachi ZX450, Erops, 36” Pads, 11’ Dip, Aux Hyd; RUBBER TIRED LOADERS: 2005 Komatsu WA500-3LK, Erops, A/C, 10’8” BOCE Bkt, 29.5-25, Hrs Read: 23,602, s/n A72276; 2005 Komatsu WA500-3LK, Erops, A/C, 10’10” BOCE Bkt, 29.5-25, s/n A72235; 2006 Kawasaki 115CV, Erops, A/C, 11’ BOCE Bkt, 65/35-33, s/n 11C45113; Michigan 35C, Detroit Dsl, s/n 472D223CB; TRACTOR LOADER BACKHOES: Case 580C, s/n 5395280; SKID STEERS: 2005 Cat 262B, 65” GP Bkt, Aux Hyd, Manual Q/C, Air Boss Tires, Hrs Read: 8386, s/n 0262BHPDT00970; New Holland LS180, McLaren Aftermarket Tracks, 72” GP Bkt, Hi Flow, Manual Q/C, Rear Weights, Hrs Read: 1065, s/n LMV011134; PAVING EQUIPMENT: 2003 Blaw Knox/IR PF3200 Paver, Cummins Eng, 10’-18’ Screed, Hrs Read: 6134, s/n 32005519; Blaw Knox PF875 Conveyor Fed Asphalt Paver, s/n 87501082; Tar Kettle; ARTICULATED & RIDGID FRAME END DUMPS: 1986 Cat 777B Haul Truck For Parts, No Body, No Rear, No Tires, To Be Sold Off Site FOB: Wharton, NJ, Subject To Confirmation; 1983 Cat 773B Haul Truck For Parts, No Motor, No Trans, To Be Sold Off Site, FOB: Oxford, NJ, Subject To Confirmation; TRENCHERS: Ditchwitch 651ODD, 4x4, w/Rockwell, s/n 653943; BUCKETS & ATTACHMENTS: 5’4” Bkt Grapple; 48” Bkt w/Teeth For Skid Steer; Grading Box w/Scarifier; 12” Bkt w/Teeth Fits Deere 310SL; TRUCK TRACTORS: 2002 Mack CL700 T/A Tractor, E7 Mack 400 HP, 8LL, 44K R, Wetline, Vin #1M2AD38Y82M012053; TRI & T/A DUMPS: 1987 Freightliner T/A Dump, Cummins L10, 8LL, Spring Susp, Eng Brake, 14’ Steel Body w36” Sides, Mechanical Tarp, Miles Read: 105,000; S/A DUMPS: 2004 Ford F550 S/A Dump, Dsl, Auto, Vin #C60292; 1999 Ford F450 S/A Dump, 4x4, Dsl, 11’ Steel Body w/17” Sides, Snow Plow Frame, Miles Read: 125,622, Vin #1FDXF47FXXEA16049; Ford L8000 S/A Dump, Dsl, Auto, 10’6” Alum Body w/24” Sides, Snow Plow Frame, Miles Read: 14,776; Chevy 3500 S/A Dump, V8 Gas, Auto, 8’ Steel Body w/12” Sides, Snow Plow Frame, Miles Read: 85,919; 1999 GMC 3500 Mason Dump, Gas, 4 Sp, Miles Read: 69,764, Vin #1GDJC34R0XF077637; 1986 Ford F8000 S/A Dump, Cat 3208 Dsl, Allison Auto, 10’ Steel Body w/26” Sides, Mechanical Tarp, 9’ Hyd Angle Snow Plow, Full Hyd For Salter, Miles Read: 23,244, Vin #1FDYK87U9GVA36735; 1986 Ford F600 S/A Dump, V8 NEW DATES! 2 DAYS – 1000’S OF LOTS - 2 DAYS MAJOR PUBLIC EQUIPMENT AUCTION with equipment from TILCON CT & LAKESIDE SWIMMING POOL & SUPPLY CO. & THE ESTATE OF RANDY SAYERS & AREA CONTRACTORS & EQUIPMENT DEALERS

Gas, Auto, Tunnel Tool Box, 8’ Steel Body w/24” Sides, Control Flow Chute, Miles Read: 26,494, Vin #1FDNF60H9GVA59067; VAN, FLATBED & SGL DROP TRAILERS: 1984 Vulcan T/A Flatbed Trailer, Spring Susp, 48’x8’, Bulk Head, Sliding Tandems, (12) Pairs Of Tie Downs, Vin #1LZF48208E1001161; TAGALONG & OTHER H.D. EQUIPMENT TRAILERS: 2008 Wee Engineering 510000 T/A Equipment Trailer, 28’x6’6” Deck, For Port A John Transport, Vin #1W9BI28288D459009; T/A Equipment Trailer, 8’x17’ Deck, 6’ Beaver Tail, Ramps, Dual Wheels On Rear Axles, 7.50-15; Fabrique T/A Equipment Trailer, 6’5”x17’ Tilt Deck, 2’ Beaver Tail, 235/85R16; United Express Line S/A Enclosed Equipment Trailer, 8’x5’x5’ Rear Swing Door, 250 Gal Water Tank; 2005 Rayco Trencher Trailer, Vin #1R90509175M210152; SERVICE & UTILITY TRUCKS: 2002 Chevy 2500HD Utility, V8 Gas, Auto, Reading 8’ 6 Compartment Door Body, Vin # 1GBHC24U82E276505; 2002 Chevy 2500HD Utility, Gas, Auto, Vin #129864; 2001 Ford F450 Utility, Dsl, Auto, Miles Read: 141,190, Vin #B79153; 2000 Chevy 2500HD Utility, Gas, Auto, Vin #365618; FLATBED & VAN BODY TRUCKS: 1999 Ford F450 Flatbed, Dsl, Auto, Hrs Read: 178,905, Vin #A28836; FUEL & LUBE TRUCKS: 1986 Mack DM685S T/A Lube Truck, Mack Eng, 7 Sp, Spring Susp, 22’ Body w/8 Product Tanks & Hose Reels, Miles Read: 16.832, Vin #1M2B120C5GA59461; FLEET VEHICLES: 2006 Dodge Dakota, V8 Gas, 2 WD, Auto, Crew Cab, A/C, Tow Pkg, Alum Cap, Miles Read: 75,191, Vin #1D7HE28N36S701778; 2007 GMC Sierra 1500, V6 Gas, 2 WD, Auto, A/C, Fiberglass Toneau Cover, Miles Read: 150,552, Vin #3GTEC14X47G185489; 2007 Ford F150, 4x4, Gas, Auto, w/New Plow, Miles Read: 75,722, Vin #1FTPX14527FB89330; 2005 Ford F250, 4x4, Dsl, Auto, Crew Cab, Snow Plow Frame, Miles Read: 79,223, Vin #1FTSW21P95EA21647; 2004 Ford F250 XLT Super Duty, 4x4, 4 Sp, Auto, 6.0 Powerstroke Turbo Dsl, Miles Read: 223,144, Vin #1FTNX21P64ED74839; 2002 Ford E350 Van, 2 WD, 3 Sp, Auto, Triton V10 Gas, Miles Read: 308,972, Vin #1FTSW34S72HA41317; 2002 Ford E250 Van, Gas, Auto, Miles Read: 94,386, Vin #B60815; 2000 Dodge Van, Gas, Auto, Miles Read: 50,158, Vin #156867; 2000 Dodge Van, Gas, Auto, Vin #133666; 1999 Chevy Van, Gas, Auto, Miles Read: 87,914, Vin

#149194; 1995 GMC 2500, 4x4, V8 Gas, Auto, Snow Plow Frame w/Hoist, Miles Read: 181,084; 1988 Ford F250, 4x4, V8 Gas, 5 Sp, Snow Plow Frame w/Hoist, Miles Read: 33,564, Vin #1FTEF26N1JNA40272; 1988 Ford Bronco, 4x4, V8 Gas, Auto, Buyers Sander w/Elec Motor, Snow Plow Frame, Miles Read: 63,475, Vin #1FMEU15H5JLA06841; 1986 Ford F250, 4x4, V8 Gas, Auto, Snow Plow Frame w/Hoist, Miles Read: 68,942, Vin #2GTHF26H4GCB05184; CAMPER: 2001 Coachman Camper w/Slide Out Extension; UTILITY VEHICLES: John Deere Gator, 6x4, Vin #W06X4HD002148; SNOW HANDLING TRUCKS & EQUIPMENT: Down Easter, Hi-Way, Swenson & Smith Stainless Steel Sanders w/Elec & Gas Motors; Steel Sander w/ Hyd Motor; 11’ Hyd Angle Snow Plow; 8’6” Hyd Angle Snow Plow; 8’ Hyd Angle Snow Plow; (2) 7’6” Hyd Angle Snow Plows; Meyer 7’6” & 8’ Hyd Angle Snow Plows; Poly Sander; Western 7’6” Hyd Angle Snow Plow; Snow Plow Hoist; INDUSTRIAL FORKLIFTS: Clark C500 Cushion Tire Forklift, 26’ Lifting Height, s/n H3551792573; UTILITY TRACTORS: John Deere 210LE, Solid Tires, Grapple Bkt, 3 Pt Hitch, s/n 0210LE848455; COMPRESSORS: Ingersoll Rand 175 Air Compressor; Ingersoll Rand Air Compressor, Gas; EQUIPMENT & TRUCK PARTS & COMPONENTS: Tail Gat Fits Ford P/U; Cab Guard; Alum Tool Box; (4) 12-16.5 Tires Mtd On Rims; (4) 7.50-16 Air Boss Tires Mtd On Rims; 12-16.5 Tires; 19.5L24 Tire; (2) 21L-24 Tires; SUPPORT EQUIPMENT: Steel Fuel Tank w/Containment Tank; Chain Saws; Pneumatic Nailers; Chipping Hammers; Elec & Cordless Power Tools; Pneumatic Jack Hammer; Transfer Pumps; Table Saw; Dyna Fog Chemical Applicators; Tile Cutters; Water Coolers; Sawzalls; Mop Buckets; Ext Cords; Floor Fans; Work Lights; Shop Vacs; Euro Clean Vacs; Air Handlers; Steel Scaffolds; Wheel Barrows; Snow Blower; Elec Mixer; Lumber Carts; Shovels, Rakes & Brooms; Paints & Adhesives; Hammers & Chisels; Hook Blocks & Shackles; Chipping Hammer Bits; Concrete Blades & Abrasive Cut Off Wheels; Nails; Roof Jacks; Large Floor Fans; Paint Sprayers; Water Suction Hose; Grout Hose; Water Discharge Hose; 6000 Watt Generator; Elec Air Compressor; S/A Portable Cement Mixers; Fiberglass Ext Ladders; Filtration System; McCullough, Makita & Poulan Chain Saws; Environmental Fabric; Steel Fuel Tank; Steel Cage Cabinets; Gas Cans; Steel Tool Box; Fire Extinguishers; Steel Rack; Poly Tanks; Plastic 55 Gal Barrels; Poly Barriers; Steel Window Screens; Stone & Brick; Makita Hammer Drill; Jig Saw; Dremel & Drill; Concrete Vibrator; Sump Pump; Lesson Elec Motors; Mitre Saws; Office Furniture; AND MORE!

PUBLIC EQUIPMENT AUCTION with equipment from THE SHELLY COMPANY & AREA CONTRACTORS & EQUIPMENT DEALERS

MAJOR EQUIPMENT AUCTION for COMPANY WRENCH & AREA CONTRACTORS & EQUIPMENT DEALERS

NEW DATE! MAJOR JOB COMPLETION EQUIPMENT AUCTION for DRAGADOS USA

THURSDAY, OCTOBER 10, 9:00 AM 700 HART ROAD, COLUMBUS, OHIO, 43223

THURSDAY, OCTOBER 17, 9:00 AM 4805 SCOOBY LANE, CARROLL (COLUMBUS AREA), OHIO, 43112

THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 14, 10:00 AM BARRIO VALLAS TORRES, SOLAR #5, PONCE, PUERTO RICO 00730 CONCRETE PLANT & COMPONENTS THAT PRODUCED THE MATERIAL FOR THE CONSTRUCTION OF THE PORTUGUES DAM.

275 ROUTE 32, NORTH FRANKLIN, CT 06254 DAY 1 FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 27, 8:30 AM CONSTRUCTION, EARTHMOVING & PAVING EQUIPMENT, TRUCKS & TRAILERS DAY 2 SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 28, 8:30 AM

FULL INVENTORY OF EARTHMOVING, SITE DEVELOPMENT & PAVING EQUIPMENT, HEAVY TRUCK TRACTORS, DUMP TRUCKS, TRAILERS & FLEET VEHICLES

MULTI MILLION DOLLAR INVENTORY OF NEW & USED DEMOLITION & SCRAP HANDLING HEAVY EQUIPMENT & ATTACHMENTS

GENERAL CONTRACTOR SUPPORT, AG, LANDSCAPE & MFG EQUIPMENT

CONVEYORS, GENERATORS, PUMPS & SUPPORT EQUIPMENT INVENTORY, FLEET VEHICLES, MAINTENANCE DEPT, TOOLS & SUPPLIES THE PLANT IS CURRENTLY IN SHUTDOWN MODE & SCHEDULED FOR DISMANTLEMENT PRIOR TO AUCTION & MOST TO BE SOLD “LOAD READY”

TERMS: Complete payment or a minimum requirement of 20% deposit day of sale in Cash, Certified Check or Guaranteed Funds. Balance due within 4 days. Ohio Lic # 2002000176, Ohio Firm #2002000177 ONLINE BIDDING THROUGH EQUIPMENTFACTS CALL FOR INFORMATION AND PICTURE BROCHURES. Salt Lake City, UT (801) 355-4500 Wharton, NJ (973) 659-3330 Milford, NH (603) 672-4100

Columbus, OH (614) 444-4300 Providence, RI (401) 455-0200 Boston, MA (617) 427-8888

275 Route 32, North Franklin, CT 06254, (860) 642-4200, Fax: (860) 642-7900 www.petrowskyauctioneers.com


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

• Canastota (Syracuse), NY Sat.,November2,2013 For:RentalReturnsofLate ModelConstructionEquipment

• Long Island, NY Sat.,September7,2013 For:CompleteLiquidationof LocalRentalConstruction Company

• Delaware, NJ Sat.,November9,2013 For:VeryLargeContract CompletionAuction

• Ashtabula, OH Thurs.,September12,2013 For:CompleteLiquidationof formerMajorScrapCompany

RITCHIE BROS. AUCTIONEERS

• Cleveland, OH Fri.,September13,2013 For:CompleteLiquidation ConstructionEquipment • Bangor, ME Sun.,September15,2013 For:LightConstruction& SupportEquipment • Boston, MA Sat.,September21,2013 For:CompleteLiquidation, ConstructionEquipment,Truck Tractors&Trailers • Dallas (Fort Worth), TX Tues.,September24,2013 For:MajorAcquisition&Rental ReturnAuction • Parkersburg, WV Thurs.,September26,2013 For:LateModelConstruction Equipment • San Bernardino, CA Fri.,September27,2013 For:Cat,Komatsu,JohnDeere EarthmovingEquipment • Pittsburgh, PA Sat.,September28,2013 For:Construction,Support Equipment&ScrapHandling Equipment • Portland, OR Fri.,October4,2013 For:LateModelConstruction RentalFleetEquipment • Central Square (Syracuse), NY Sat.,October5,2013 For:CompleteLiquidationof ConstructionEquipment • Milwaukee, WI Fri.,October11,2013 For:CompleteLiquidationof ConstructionEquipment • Racine, WI Sat.,October12,2013 For:ConstructionRentals, Attachments,Supportand more • Midland (Odessa), TX Thurs.,October17,2013 For:RentalReturnsof Construction,Support Equipment,AerialLiftsand more • Las Vegas, NV Sat.,October19,2013 For:LateModelRentalFleet Equipment,Booms,Scissors, Telescopic&Warehouse Forklifts • Lima, Peru Sat.,October26,2013 For:LateModelEarthmoving ConstructionEquipment, Support&Attachments. • Buffalo, NY Fri.,November1,2013 For:LateModelConstruction& BoringEquipment,Trucks& Trailers

www.rbauction.com 402-421-2631 • Salt Lake City, UT September10,2013 • Columbus, OH September12,2013 • Denver, CO September12,2013 • Towanda, PA September13,2013 • Phoenix, AZ September18,2013 • St Louis, MO September19,2013 • Reno, NV September20,2013 • Atlanta, GA September20,2013 • Albuquerque, NM September24,2013 • Nashville, TN September24,2013 • Fort Worth, TX September25-26,2013 • Tipton, CA September26,2013 • Minneapolis, MN September27,2013

C

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Auctions

To view information on upcoming auctions visit our Auction Calendar at www.constructionequipmentguide.com • Las Vegas, NV Fri.,November8,2013 For:ConstructionEquipment

• New Orleans, LA SealedBid–Deadline: Wed.,September18,2013 For:PedestalMount StevedoringCraneBarges

COMMONWEALTH OF PA AUCTIONS

• Hewitt, NJ Wed.,October16,2013 For:CompleteLiquidationH&G Contractors,Inc.

www.auctionsbygov.com

• Mill Hall, PA Tues.,October8,2013 For:FallHeavyEquipment

DEANCO AUCTIONS

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

www.deancoauction.com 601-656-9768

• Foley, MN Friday,September13,2013 For:HeavyEquipment

• Philadelphia, MS September18-19,2013 For:ConstructionEquipment

• Foley, MN Friday,December6,2013 For:ConstructionEquipment

• Philadelphia, MS November20-21,2013 For:ConstructionEquipment

IRON PLANET AUCTIONS

DEL PETERSON & ASSOCIATES www.delpeterson.com 800-492-9090 • ONLINE ONLY Fri.,September6,2013 For:M&SLandImprovement

www.ironplanet.com 888-433-5426 ONLINE AUCTIONS Go to www.ironplanet.com to view the complete auction schedules, inspection reports and to place your bid! • ONLINE ONLY Wed.,September11,2013 For:Lift&AccessAuction

• ONLINE ONLY Tues.,September24,2013 For:ConstructionEquipment

• ONLINE ONLY Thurs.,September12,2013 For:CraneAuction

• Chicago, IL October3,2013

DON SMOCK AUCTION CO., INC.

• Towanda, PA October3,2013

• ONLINE ONLY Wed.,September18,2013 For:One-OwnerEquipment Realignment

www.dsa-auctions.com 765-778-9277

• Manchester, NH October11,2013

• Muncie, IN Fri.,September6,2013 For:ConstructionEquipment

• Raleigh Durham, NC September30,2013 • Kansas City, MO October1,2013

• Cincinnati, OH October15,2013 • Baton Rouge, LA October17,2013 • Lexington, KY October17,2013 • Williston, ND November7,2013

CAT AUCTION SERVICES www.catauctions.com 866-750-9432 • Albuquerque, NM September19-20,2013 For:UnreservedPublic Auction,CompleteDispersal A.S.HornerInc • Detroit, MI Thurs.,October3,2013 For:CompleteDispersalof RockwoodQuarry • Houston, TX Thurs.,October17,2013 For:ConstructionEquipment • Denver, CO Thurs.,October24,2013 For:ConstructionEquipment

• Pendleton, IN Tues.,September20,2013 For:ConstructionEquipment • Pendleton, IN Fri.,December13,2013 For:ConstructionEquipment

FREY & SONS, INC. www.freyandsons.com 419-455-3739 • Metamora (Flint/Lapeer), MI Thurs.,September26,2013 For:EquipmentfromForrest Aggregate

HUNYADY AUCTION COMPANY www.hunyady.com 800-233-6898 • Eighty Four, PA Thurs.,September12,2013 For:AbsoluteAuctionComplete LiquidationMingoCreek Construction

• ONLINE ONLY September25&26,2013 For:Quarry,Aggregate& PavingAuction

J.M. WOOD AUCTION COMPANY www.jmwood.com 800-447-7085 • Montgomery, AL September11-12,2013 For:ConstructionEquipment, Trucks&ForestryEquipment • Montgomery, AL Fri.,October25,2013 For:StateofAlabamaDept.of Transportation • Montgomery, AL December4-5,2013 For:ConstructionEquipment, Trucks&ForestryEquipment

MARTIN & MARTIN AUCTIONEERS, INC.

ROY TIETSWORTH AUCTIONEERS

www.mmaauction.com 800-763-2728

www.tietsworth.com 585-243-1563

• Charlotte, NC Tues.,September17,2013 For:ConstructionEquipment, Trucks,Trailers&Related Items • Pelzer, SC Wed.,September25,2013 For:PublicFallEquipment& TruckAuction

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

SALES AUCTION COMPANY, LLC www.salesauctioncompany.com 860-627-7506 • Windsor Locks, CT Sat.,October5,2013 For:Construction Equipment

THE AUCTIONEERS GROUP www.theauctioneersgroup.com 732-776-7222

• Bayonne, NJ Thurs.,September12,2013 For:EquipmentLiquidation

• Sayreville, NJ Thurs.,September12,2013 For:ConstructionEquipment

• North Franklin, CT September27-28,2013 For:MajorPublicEquipment Auction

• Wall, NJ Sat.,October12,2013 For:ConstructionEquipment

• Columbus, OH Thurs.,Oct10,2013 For:PublicEquipmentAuction

THOMPSON AUCTIONEERS, INC.

• Carroll (Columbus Area), OH Thurs.,Oct17,2013 For:MajorPublicEquipment Auction • Ponce, Puerto Rico Thurs.,November14,2013 For:MajorJobCompletion Equipment

PURPLE WAVE AUCTION www.purplewave.com 866-608-9283 • ONLINE ONLY Thurs.,September12,2013 For:ConstructionEquipment • ONLINE ONLY Tues.,September17,2013 For:TrucksandTrailers • ONLINE ONLY Thurs.,September19,2013 For:ConstructionEquipment

RITCHASON AUCTIONEERS INC. www.ritchason.com 800-806-3395 • Lebanon, TN Sat.,September21,2013 For:AnnualFallSaleConstructionEquipment, Trucks,Trailers

JOSEPH FINN CO. AUCTIONEERS & APPRAISERS

ROGERS REALTY & AUCTION COMPANY

www.josephfinn.com 617-964-1886

www.rogersauctiongroup.com 800-442-7906

• Westwood, MA Tues.,September17,2013 For:ConcreteSawing Company,Inc.

• Seneca Falls, NY Sat.,September21,2013 For:ConstructionEquipment

• Charlotte, NC Sat.,September21,2013 For:ConstructionEquipment

www.thompsonauctioneers.com 937-426-8446 • Cincinnati, OH Tues.,September10,2013 For:HeavyEquipment, Vehicles&ShopEquipment

UTILITY AUCTIONS www.utilityauctions.net 302-530-9103 • Wilmington, DE Fri.,October25,2013 For:Construction, Utility & Forestry Equipment

WAYNE PIKE AUCTION COMPANY www.waynepikeauction.com 763-389-2700 • Princeton, MN Sat.,September14,2013 For:Construction Equipment • Princeton, MN Sat.,December7,2013 For:Construction Equipment

WESTERN CONSTRUCTION AUCTIONS INC. www.wca-online.com 760-731-7760 • Perris, CA Sat.,September7,2013 For:HeavyConstruction Equipment,Cars, Trucks/Trailers

YODER & FREY AUCTIONEERS, INC. www.yoderandfrey.com 419-865-3990 • Taylor, MI Fri.,September20,2013 For:Special Truck Tractors, Road Tractors & Trailers


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Digital Information and Documentation Special Note: Complete specifications, photo libraries, and parts inventories can be found at our website, along with professional marine surveys for all stevedoring rigs. Please visit www.hunyady.com for additional information and more! This information is also available via email or fax and may be obtained by contacting the auction company.

Pedestal Mount Stevedoring Crane Barges

engine with DC generator), 60,000# capacity @ 100’, 130’ boom, (2) frame 16 hoist drums, (1) frame 10 boom hoist drum, squirrel cage tagline, mtd on `68 DRAVO 195’x66’x13’ Barge, (2) Clyde frame 7 triple drum diesel powered hoists w/air controls, 33,000 gal fuel capacity, 10,000 gal water capacity, shop area, (2) containers with galley, head, and break rooms, and generators. In good condition. (No Bucket Included)

Spare Parts Inventories Too Numerous To List

“Russell Knight” `99 MANITOWOC 2250, Series 1, 275 (Please Visit Our Website www.Hunyady.com Ton, s/n 2251052 (New s/n 2257003; Provided After New Frame Retrofit by Manitowoc in 2004), (2) Cummins N14C For Complete Listings) (535HP each) diesel engines and Rex Roth hyd pumps and (Major Components Will Be Offered Separately; motors, 50,000# clamshell capacity, 130’ boom, mtd on `81 Minor Parts Will Be Offered In Groups) New Johnsonville, Tennessee 160’x60’x10’ Barge, (1) American frame 7 triple drum electric powered hoist w/mechanical controls, (1) American frame 6 triple drum electric powered LARGE Quantities of Spare Parts for Manitowoc 2250 hoist w/mechanical controls, 50,000 gal fuel capacity, shop Series I, Clyde 28DE90, and Manitowoc 4600 Series III. area, office, galley, change room/head, and (2) 160KW genera(Includes UNUSED #44 Boom for 2250) tors. In good condition. (No Bucket Included) • “Kristin J” `66 CLYDE 28DE90, s/n CW-3881, Cummins VT1710, 12 cyl diesel engine (725HP main engine with Twin Disc SP-214 PLUS! `95 KOMATSU PC650-LC5 • AMERICAN 12210 torque converter) and Cummins NT855 diesel engine (swing Crawler Undercarriage • Clamshell Buckets and Hook Blocks

Sealed Bid Auction

Bid Deadline: Wed., Sept. 18, 2013 5:00PM EDT Location: New Orleans, Louisiana

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

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


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Nearly 1,500 Bidders Participate in Ritchie Orlando Sale

Josh Rose of Keokuk Contracting sits in the driver’s seat of the Cat 330D.

This 2008 Volvo A40E sold for $125,000.

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Michael Pope of AGPRO Company in Georgia is interested in the excavators.

ore than 1,475 bidders participated online and in person at Ritchie Bros. Auctioneers’ multi-million dollar unreserved public equipment auction in Orlando, Fla., on Aug. 15. Bidders came from 52 countries, including 46 U.S. states. More than 57 percent of the equipment was sold to out-of-state buyers, from as far away as Dominican Republic, Egypt, Guyana, Hong Kong and Vietnam. Online bidders purchased more than 46 percent of the equipment sold (by dollar value). In total, more than 1,025 equipment items were sold in the auction, including crawler tractors, excavators, wheel loaders, truck tractors and more. (This story also can be found on Construction Equipment Guide’s Web site at www.constructionequipmentguide.com.) CEG see RITCHIE page 91

Randy Fitts (L) of Focus 4 and Joe Miller of Miller Bros. Giant Tire Service await the auction.

Alan Moyer of Moyer Equipment looks at the Rex mixer.

The excavators are lined up and ready for the auction.


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Good Weather, Great Deals Greet Bidders at Alex Lyon & Son Auction

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bright and sunny day greeted buyers at the Alex Lyon & Son auction held Aug. 14 in Kissimmee, Fla. A wide selection of equipment was available as several rental companies disposed of their excess equipment. Equipment manufacturers available included Cat, Komatsu, Kobelco, Volvo and Case among others. Attendees had the opportunity to bid on 10 rubber-tired loaders, four crawler tractors, seven tractor loader backhoes, three vibratory loaders and 10 skid steers along with many other pieces of equipment. (This story also can be found on Construction Equipment Guide’s Web site at www.constructionequipmentguide.com.) CEG

Jim Teney of T&T Pipeline in Orlando, Fla., looks for equipment he needs Ricardo Miata is interested in bringing one of these shooting booms to Costa Rica.

John (L) and Jessie Cumberlegg of Superior look over the attachments for their landscaping business.

Jack Lyon gets the auction up and running. (L-R): John Helton of Tractor World, Mandy Haynes, and J. W. Fulwood of Tractor World await the auction.

A representative from Mid Country Machinery in Iowa looks at the Cat 966H.

Don Daniscewski of L J D Enterprises in Lombard, Ill., wants to find a deal on equipment.

A pair of I-R VR90C shooting booms went for $13,000 each.


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(2 of 6) 2009-2008 Cat 320DL

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ADVERTISER INDEX To read articles about these CEG advertisers, visit www.constructionequipmentguide.com ANACONDA USA ........................................................................33 ASC CONSTRUCTION EQUIPMENT USA ..........................2,3,10 ATLANTIC COAST CRANES ........................................................5 BAIR PRODUCTS INC ................................................................46 BARGAINS ..................................................................................82 BENCH MARK TOOL & SUPPLY ................................................22 BID SPOTTER ............................................................................87 BOBCAT COMPANY ..............................................................48,49 BOMA ..........................................................................................64 BROOKS SALES INC ..................................................................16 CAT AUCTION SERVICES ALBUQUERQUE NM ..........................................................93 CATERPILLAR INC ......................................................................42 CEG SCALE MODELS ................................................................72 CENTRAL ATLANTA TRACTOR ..................................................19 CLASSIFIEDS ..............................................................................82 CLEVELAND BROTHERS EQUIPMENT CO ........................14,15 COMPANY WRENCH ..................................................................23 CONSTRUCTION EQUIPMENT GUIDE WANTED..............................................................................83 OFF ROAD TRUCKS PROMO............................................36 NEWSLETTERS ..................................................................66 CONEX/CONAGG PROMO ................................................35 DEANCO AUCTION & SALES CO INC PHILADELPHIA MS ............................................................91 DOMINION EQUIPMENT PARTS ................................................68 DYNAPAC ....................................................................................55 EDWARD EHRBAR......................................................................24 EFFICIENCY SHORING & SUPPLY............................................28 EQUIPMENT ONE ......................................................................92 FAE USA INC ..............................................................................62 FLANGE LOCK ............................................................................28 FLUID CONTROL SERVICES ....................................................34 G S EQUIPMENT ..........................................................................9 GENSCO EQUIPMENT LTD........................................................46 GOMACO CORP..........................................................................65 H & L TOOTH CO ........................................................................32 HALE TRAILER BRAKE & WHEEL ............................................21 HILLS MACHINERY COMPANY ..................................................96 HITACHI CONSTRUCTION MACHINERY..............................74,75 HUNYADY AUCTION CO ............................................................87 HYUNDAI CONSTRUCTION EQUIPMENT ................................69 IRON PLANET ............................................................................89 JCB INC ......................................................................................41

JFW EQUIPMENT INC ................................................................54 JM WOOD AUCTION MONTGOMERY AL ............................................................84 JOHN DEERE ..............................................................................47 JOHN DEERE SKID STEER........................................................73 KAWASAKI ..................................................................................39 KOBELCO CONST MACH AMERICA LLC ............................25,29 KOMATSU AMERICA CORP ......................................................43 KUBOTA EXCAVATOR ................................................................51 KUBOTA SVL ..............................................................................71 KUHN EQUIPMENT SALES INC ................................................17 LEEBOY ..................................................................................60,61 MAY HEAVY EQUIPMENT ............................................................6 MOBILE TRACK SOLUTIONS ....................................................24 NORTRAX EQUIPMENT CO FL..................................................20 NPK CONSTRUCTION EQUIPMENT INC ..................................38 PETROWSKY AUCTIONEEERS INC BAYONNE NJ ......................................................................85 PINNACLE CENTRAL CO ..........................................................24 POWERSCREEN ........................................................................77 RING POWER CRANE ..................................................................6 RING POWER RENTAL ................................................................7 RITCHASON AUCTIONEERS LEBANON TN ......................................................................92 RITCHIE BROS. AUCTIONEERS ..........................................81,95 ROAD BUILDERS MACHINERY ................................................28 ROGERS REALTY & AUCTION CO CHARLOTTE NC ................................................................92 ROSCO MFG CO ........................................................................63 SAKAI AMERICA INC ..................................................................54 SDLG ............................................................................................11 SITECH MID-ATLANTIC ..............................................................16 SOLESBEES EQUIP & ATTACHMENTS ....................................19 TAKEUCHI....................................................................................42 TOKU AMERICA INC ..................................................................50 TRACTOR TRACS INC................................................................67 TRENCH SHORING SERVICES ................................................34 UNITED RENTALS ......................................................................27 VOLVO COMPACTION ................................................................59 VOLVO CONSTRUCTION EQUIPMENT ....................................79 WHITE OAK EQUIPMENT INC ..................................................13 WILSON FINLEY..........................................................................67 WIRTGEN AMERICA ..............................................................56,57 YANMAR AMERICA ....................................................................45

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2005 HYDRO-AX 721E NASHVILLE, TN – SEPTEMBER 24

2010 VOLVO L60F NASHVILLE, TN – SEPTEMBER 24

20 005 JOHN DEERE 1050C ATLANTTA, GA – SEPTEMBER 20

2006 CA ATERPILLAR A TERPILLAR D7R XL SERIES II ATLANT T TA, GA – SEPTEMBER 20

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