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ft. (18.3 to 24.4 m) below the crest of the dike. It’s considered crucial to the rehabilitation effort, although is by no means a solution to a complex problem. Despite a multimillion dollar effort by USACE, the dike remains on a national shortlist of unsafe class

The Virginia Supreme Court Oct. 31 agreed with the American Road and Transportation Builders Association (ARTBA) in the case of Elizabeth River Crossings OPCO LLC and Virginia Department of Transportation (VDOT) v. Danny Meeks and overruled a lower court’s decision to strike down Virginia’s Public Private Transportation Act. The association, along with the National Conference of State Legislatures, filed a “friend of the court” brief in the case. At issue was a lower court ruling which held that Virginia’s public private partnership (P3) enabling legislation was unconstitutional because it allowed VDOT to set toll rates on the Midtown Tunnel Extension project in the Hampton Roads region of Virginia. ARTBA’s brief argued that as manager of the state’s roadways, VDOT was the most qualified entity to determine toll revenues needed to support the Hampton Roads project. The Virginia Transportation Construction Alliance, ARTBA’s affiliated chapter, also filed an amicus brief and played a key leadership role in defending the com-

see HOOVER page 66

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The cutoff wall extends from roughly 6 ft. (1.8 m) from the top of the dike through the foundation to several feet beyond the limestone bedrock, averaging between 60 to 80 ft. (18.3 to 24.4 m) below the crest of the dike.

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Improvements Continue for Herbert Hoover Dike By Cindy Riley CEG CORRESPONDENT

Ring Power Presents Demo Day…20

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In what appears to be a never-ending task, U.S. Army Corps of Engineers crews in Florida continue working on the outdated Herbert Hoover Dike surrounding Lake Okeechobee — the state’s largest freshwater lake. Since 2007, teams have performed various tasks to reduce the risk of dike failure due to flooding from high water levels. “Because of the construction methods used in the 1930s, the dike is susceptible to erosion of the earthen embankment,” said John Campbell, public affairs specialist of the Jacksonville District, U.S. Army Corps of Engineers (USACE). “Over the past six years, we have installed a 21.4 mile concrete barrier known as a cutoff wall into the southeast quadrant of the dike. The cutoff wall is designed to reduce seepage and prevent erosion.” The cutoff wall extends from roughly 6 ft. (1.8 m) from the top of the dike through the foundation to several feet beyond the limestone bedrock, averaging between 60 to 80

Voters Confirm High Value Placed on Transportation Infrastructure Voters across the nation again confirmed the high value they place on transportation infrastructure improvements by approving 91 percent of Nov. 5 ballot measures to increase or extend funding for highways, bridges and transit and electing two transportation advocates for governor. There were 21 ballot initiatives at the state and local level, the largest number in a decade for a year that did not include congressional

races or a presidential election. The total value of the approved measures was nearly $240 million. On average, the successful ballot measures were approved with 67 percent of the vote. Transportation investment advocates also won gubernatorial races in New Jersey and Virginia. The approval rate for transportation funding measures is even greater than in previous years — voters approved 68 percent of similar see ELECTIONS page 80


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EHG DEMOS EASTLAND MALL

The City of Charlotte awarded the contract for the demolition to Environmental Holdings Group (EHG) LLC. According to Victor Wilson, Charlotte branch manger of EHG, work began in mid-September, and the company has six months to complete the $875,000 project.

PINNACLE CRANES DELIVERS LUNCH TO LANE CONSTRUCTION

Pinnacle wanted to show the Lane employees how much they are appreciated by providing them with a homemade cookout lunch.

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The demo day gave customers a chance to test equipment including track loaders, mini-excavators, a wheel loader and an excavator with the Indexator Rototilt attachment.

Transportation planners say an extension of an expressway is being held up by lawsuits filed by groups who say they support the road.

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After four decades in the asphalt paving business, Robert Smith, owner of Robert Smith Inc., began dabbling in Roller-Compacted Concrete (RCC) — a heavy-duty cement mix that can be poured as quickly as asphalt.

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Congressmen Charles Boustany (R-La.) and Ami Bera (D-Calif.) introduced legislation that would provide relief across the country by delaying the health insurance tax (HIT) scheduled to begin Jan. 1, 2014.

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EHG Demos Eastland Mall

Mike Craddock (L) and Scott Donohue of EHG on the Eastland Mall tear down job site.

The City of Charlotte awarded the contract for the demolition of the Eastland Mall to Environmental Holdings Group (EHG) LLC.

By Brenda Ruggiero CEG CORRESPONDENT

Bit by bit, the Eastland Mall in Charlotte, N.C., is coming down. The City of Charlotte awarded the contract for the demolition to Environmental Holdings Group (EHG) LLC. According to Victor Wilson, Charlotte branch manger of EHG, work began in mid-September, and the company has six months to complete the $875,000 project. The senior project manager of the mall project is Mike Craddock, and the senior site superintendent is Scott Donohoe. Both have 25 years or more in the demolition and abatement industries. The contract calls for the abatement of non-friable asbestos-containing materials and mold remediation, the installation and maintenance of erosion control and water run-off control operations and the demolition and removal of the mall, including the four anchor stores, out buildings and Firestone and Hollywood Video. The facility covers a total of 1.2 million sq. ft. (1,003,000 sq m) Wilson noted that the recycling goal is about 80 percent, with 11,000 tons (9,979 t) of steel set to be recycled. In addition, EHG will crush and backfill the below grade ice rink area with rubble (inert materials) to the adjacent grade, plus or minus about 30,000 tons (27,215 t) of CMU and concrete from the wrecking operations. “One of the challenges to this job is that there are no as-built drawings for the project,” Wilson said. “Another will be meeting the schedule of six months with regard to local traffic and upcoming winter conditions.” That being said, the project has been a unique one for Wilson. “I’ve been associated with major demolition projects over the past 35 years from New York City to the Bahamas, and I have never experienced the excitement and EHG see page 82

Work began in mid-September, and EHG has six months to complete the $875,000 project.


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Pinnacle Cranes Delivers Lunch to Lane Construction

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n Oct. 25 Pinnacle Cranes prepared a hearty lunch on the job site for Lane Construction Corporation.

Pinnacle Canes has enjoyed a long history of servicing Lane Construction, who is an active user of Link-Belt crawler, hydraulic and rough terrain cranes. Pinnacle wanted to show the Lane employees how much they are appreciated by providing them with a homemade cookout lunch. “It’s the least we could do and we hope to continue our great relationship with Lane as we rebuild the Carolina infrastructure,” said Jim Mackinson of Pinnacle Cranes. (This story also can be found on Construction Equipment Guide’s Web site at www.constructionequipmentguide.com.) CEG

Emilio Valentin (L), senior structure superintendent of Lane Construction Corporation, and Patrick Leatherwood of Pinnacle Cranes talk about the project.

(L-R): Patrick Leatherwood, Ray Mullis and Mark Baker, all of Pinnacle Cranes, cook the burgers and hot dogs. Jim Mackinson (L) and Ryan Lowder, project engineer of Lane Construction, both at the I-85 section job site, are ready to eat.

Matt Miltner (L), job engineer of Lane Construction Corporation, talks with Jim Mackinson about the new service truck.

More than 75 hard-working Lane Construction Corporation crew members enjoy the lunch prepared by Pinnacle Cranes.

Jenny Pratt (L) and Johnnie Alexander, both of Pinnacle Cranes, help keep the trays of food fully stocked for the crew from Lane Construction.


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1996 CASE 1838, STK# CU3698, 63” SMOOTH BKT, FAIR TIRES, JUST SERVICED, 1395 HRS ....$9,900 1982 CASE 580D, STK# CU3696, 2WD, OROPS, STD. HOE W/24” BKT, CASE CONTROLS, 4001 HRS ...... ........................................................................................................................................................$10,000 2007 CASE 580M, STK# CE4360, 2WD, OROPS, KENT HAMMER, 579 HRS ................................$54,500 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 2012 KUBOTA U25, STK# KU0610, FACTORY WARRANTY UNTIL 12/27/13, OROPS, QUICK COUPLER, 262 HRS ................................................................................................................................................$26,000 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

Contact Rick Marsh: (540) 220-4333


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If a subcontractor is working on multiple projects with a general contractor and the GC includes a “set off” clause in its subcontracts, the GC is leveraging its ability to use money available on any of the jobs to pay for the impact on a problem job. The subcontractor’s cash flow could be severely impacted if a general contractor offsets a claim on one job against payment for all other jobs. ASA’s newest “Subcontractor’s Negotiating Tip Sheet” on “Payment Set Off” warns subcontractors that a general contractor customer could hold payments on all jobs as leverage to force a subcontractor into a compromised position on a dispute, or a customer with its own cash flow problems may fabricate reasons to hold payment on all of a subcontractor’s jobs. A couple of examples of such “set off” clauses in a GC’s proprietary subcontract include: “Contractor may set off or credit against amounts otherwise payable to subcontractor, all amounts

due from subcontractor to contractor, whether arising out of this project or otherwise,” or “Contractor may apply any payments otherwise due to the subcontractor hereunder to any other indebtedness, liability or obligation of subcontractor to contractor whether under this subcontract or any other agreement or circumstance.” The new ASA tip sheet recommends that subcontractors strike such “set off” language from the subcontract. General contractors may object: “You’re working on multiple projects for us. We see it as one big picture.” The subcontractor could respond, “Each job should stand on its own.” The GC also might argue: “Each of these jobs is fairly small. If you create a major problem, we need to be sure you have enough skin in the game.” To such an argument, the subcontractor could say, “We have substantial amounts of insurance and net worth to offset any problem you may face on a

project.” The general contractor might say: “Filing and getting paid on an insurance claim can take some time. We need to keep this job moving.” The subcontractor could reply: “If you hold back my pay on other jobs for a problem on this job, it could severely impact my company’s cash flow, making it harder for me to perform. Robbing Peter to pay Paul won’t achieve what you want.” ASA tip sheets are released weekly and are designed to provide the subcontractor with the information it needs to negotiate a particular subcontract clause, including ASA-recommended language, samples of what a subcontractor may see in a client’s proprietary subcontract, an explanation of the impact of poor language on a subcontractor, negotiating tips, and sources for more information. (This story also can be found on Construction Equipment Guide’s Web site at www.constructionequipmentguide.com.)


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Demolition & Recycling

2005 Liebherr A934B MH 9670 total hrs, 50 ft Max Reach Material Handling Arrangement, Drop Nose Stick, Hydraulic Elevating Cab, Heat & A/C, Automatic Lubrication System, Generator System for Magnet, and Dual Solid Tires. Choice of several orange peel grapple options. Excellent all around condition and appearance. Checked through our shop and fully serviced. FOB our yard in Summerville, SC..............$189,500

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.

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2005 Liebherr A924B MH 40 ft Max Reach (2 piece) Material Handling front, Hydraulic Elevating Cab w/ Heat & A/C, Dual Solid Tires, Outriggers x4, and 10 kw Generator Set. Includes 5 tine Cat GSH22 Orange Peel grapple with 360 rotation. Machine is clean, straight, tight, and in very good operating condition. FOB our yard in Summerville, SC $139,500

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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Equipment Located in Pennsylvania & West Virginia.

1.855.545.0267 Email: smasisak@clevelandbrothers.com Scan to visit our website at www.clevelandbrothers.com/ used-products/all-products

1997 CAT 14H MOTOR GRADER ID# UP12196, SMU 11379, TIER I 3306 ENGINE, EROPS, AIR CONDITIONING, ENGINE HEATER, MULTI SHANK RIPPER, SNOW PROTECTION, PUSH BLOCK, 20.5R25 TIRES @ 11379HRS, FRONTS 58-66%, REARS 46-58%...$215,000

2011 CAT 315DL HYDRAULIC EXCAVATOR ID# UP13567, SMU 1514, CAB, A/C, PATTERN CHANGER, TRAVEL STRAIGHT PEDAL, COMBINED FUNCTION HYD'S, TOOL CONTROL, PLUMBED FOR HAMMER USE, HYD QUICK COUPLER, BUCKET, UC @ 1514HRS, 24IN TG SHOES 93%...$143,000

2011 CAT 299C MULTI-TERRAIN LOADER ID# UP13533, SMU 726, EROPS, AIR CONDITIONING, HEATER, 2-SPEED TRAVEL, STANDARD FLOW, BUCKET, 18IN SHOES 70% @ 746 HRS...$57,000

2003 CAT 735 ARTICULATED TRUCK ID# UT12922, SMU 7605, CAB, AIR CONDITIONING, 26.5R25 TIRE @ 7194HRS, RF 24% LF 18%, RR1 10%, RR2 22%, LR1 26%, LR2 29%...$250,000

2009 JCB 190 HF SKID STEER LOADER ID# UT13418, SMU 1903, CAB, ELEC CONTROL FOR IMPLEMENTS, HIGH FLOW, BUCKET, SAMSON TIRES @ 1888 HRS 90%...$22,000

2008 CAT 775F OFF HIGHWAY TRUCK ID# UP12313, CAB, A/C, DUAL SLOPE HEATED DUMP BODY, TIRES @ 10940 HRS, RF 74%, LF 65%, RR1 91%, RR2 90%, LR1 94%, LR2 90%..$527,000

2008 CAT 330DL HYDRAULIC EXCAVATOR ID# UT13477, SMU 10371, CAB, AIR CONDITIONING, AUX HYDRAULICS, HYDRAULIC QUICK COUPLER, BUCKET, UC @ 10,218 HRS, 31.5IN SHOES 65%, BUSHINGS 40% NOT TURNED, SEGMENTS 40%, IDLERS 70%, ROLLERS 75%, CARRIERS 55% ...$130,000

2007 CAT 988H WHEEL LOADER ID# UP12733, SMU 9860, EROPS, AIR CONDITIONING, 15CYD GP BUCKET, FAST FUEL SYSTEM, STANDARD STEERING, 35/36R33 TIRES @ 9856 HRS, FRONTS 35%, REARS 65%...$455,000

2007 CAT 328DLCR HYDRAULIC EXCAVATOR ID# UT13097, SMU 4049, EROPS, AIR CONDITIONING, RADIO, AUX 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

2007 JLG 460SJ TELESCOPIC BOOM LIFT ID# 270539, SMU 1741, 46’ ELEVATED PLATFORM HEIGHT, 41’ HORIZONTAL OUTREACH, ARTICULATING JIB 6’, 36X96” SIDE ENTRY PLATFORM, 180 DEGREE HYD PLATFORM ROTATOR, 500 LB PLATFORM CAPACITY, OTR TIRES @ 1741 HRS 90%...$38,000

2011 CAT 420E IT BACKHOE LOADER ID# UT13257, SMU 2632, TIER III C4.4 ENGINE, EROPS, AIR CONDITIONING, AIR RIDE SEAT, 4X4, RIDE CONTROL, AUX HYD, IT GP FRONT BUCKET, EXTENDABLE STICK, REAR COUPLER, REAR BUCKET, HYDRAULIC THUMB, TIRES @ 2633HRS, RF 0% REMAINING, LF 37%, RR 67%, LR 85% ...$71,000

2010 CAT 305CCR MINI EXCAVATOR ID# UT13213, SMU 1258, CAB, AIR CONDITIONING, AUXILIARY HYDRAULIC, COMBINED FUNCTION HYDRAULICS, SWING BOOM, LONG STICK, MANUAL QUICK COUPLER, BUCKET, PLUMBED FOR HAMMER, UC @ 1194 HRS, AVG 60%...$48,000


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PARTS 1.855.545.0267 EXT. 2 ClevelandBrothers.com ARM

CAB, EROPS

CATERPILLAR, 953C, Used, 8G4021/31702 CATERPILLAR, 980C, Used, 9V6026/3062

CATERPILLAR, 988G, New, 1289664/29291 CATERPILLAR, D11N, Used, 7T0973/33845 CATERPILLAR, 953C, Used, 1101397/32316 CATERPILLAR, D10, Used, 3T8106/36149

AXLE

CATERPILLAR, 992C,992D, Used, 1V5906/28594 CATERPILLAR, 980H, Rebuilt, 2327558/34667 CATERPILLAR, 980G,980G II, Rebuilt, 1725386/34668 CATERPILLAR, 980G,980G II, Rebuilt, 1725385/34669 BLADE, ANGLE

CATERPILLAR, D8R,D8T, Used, 3377119/43238 CATERPILLAR, D5M,D5M LGP,D5N, New, 2096089/32261 BLADE, OTHER

CATERPILLAR, D9N,D9R, Used, C063880A1 CATERPILLAR, D11R, Used, BL213 BLADE, SU

CATERPILLAR, D8T,D8R, Used, 2458152/33280 BOOMS

CATERPILLAR, 375, Used, 1056205/36608 BRAKE GRP

CATERPILLAR, D6R LGP, Rebuilt, 8E5273/38926 BUCKET, GP

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

CAB, OTHER

CATERPILLAR, 375,375L, Used, 1082517/33834

NEW LISTINGS CATERPILLAR, D8R, D8T, Used, PA140VS/43239 DIFFERENTIAL

CATERPILLAR, 836C, Used, 1452440/3212 CATERPILLAR, 824C, Used, 4V1073/31078 CATERPILLAR, 824C, Used, 3V4030/31079 CATERPILLAR, 631, Rebuilt, 4D5730/2996 CATERPILLAR, 836, Rebuilt, 1367631/3203 ENGINES, CAT

CAB, ROPS

CATERPILLAR, 980C, Used, 8V8914/28500 COUNTERWEIGHT

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

CATERPILLAR, 420E, Used, 2227379/36938 CATERPILLAR, 345,350, Used, 1728478/43341 CATERPILLAR, 416C, Used, 1613241/43745 CYLINDER, BOOM/LIFT

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

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

CATERPILLAR, 740, Used, 1537076/28643 CATERPILLAR, 980G, Rebuilt, 2023123/35618 CATERPILLAR, 962G, Rebuilt, 1168671/34551 CATERPILLAR, 769D, Rebuilt, 1230206/32272 CATERPILLAR, 16, Used, D343/40879 CATERPILLAR, 375L, Used, 1344137/33644 SULLAIR, 15 KW, Used, 2681384/28541 CATERPILLAR, 345B, Used, 1382001/37356 CATERPILLAR, CS-563C, Used, 1117717/36108 CATERPILLAR, 773D, Used, 1314877/40903 ENGINES, OTHER

PETERBILT, 13-210,224,265,281,300,310, 320,330,335,340,341,346,348,348A,348M ,348N,348S,349,349A,351,351A,351ST,35 2A,352M,352S,353,357,358,358A,358M,3 58ST,359,359A,359B,359M,359S,359ST,3 62,367,372,375,376,377,378,379,379EXH D,381,383,385,386,CB300, Rebuilt, 6I3479/2562

EQUALIZER BARS

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

CATERPILLAR, 980G, Rebuilt, 1605585/8037 CATERPILLAR, D6N LGP, Used, 1914932/39599 & 39600 CATERPILLAR, 973, Used, 8G0278/36396 CATERPILLAR, 953C, Rebuilt, 1122360/3197 CATERPILLAR, 320, Rebuilt, 7Y1571/37840 CATERPILLAR, 345B, Rebuilt, 1362847 CATERPILLAR, D11N, Rebuilt, 9W3649 CATERPILLAR, 375,375L,5080, Rebuilt, 7Y0884/38294 & 38296 H LINK

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

STICK

CATERPILLAR, 375L,375, Used, 1096159/36610 TORQUE CONVERTERS

CATERPILLAR, 16, Used, 9M6170/40878 CATERPILLAR, D8N, Rebuilt, 3T5832/43263 CATERPILLAR, 637G, Used, 1974583/3217 CATERPILLAR, 836, Used, 1431234/3209 CATERPILLAR, 950H, Used, 1685223/28772 CATERPILLAR, D10L,D10, Used, 6P6412/31183 CATERPILLAR, D10R, Used, 1102769/35220 CATERPILLAR, D8H, Used, 1M3808/36611 TRACK FRAME

CATERPILLAR, D6R LGP, Used, 1080157 & 1080158 CATERPILLAR, D6D, Used, 9S8255/38667 CATERPILLAR, D8R, Used, 9W6494/34141

HAMMER/BREAKER - HYDRAULIC

CATERPILLAR, 318,320, Used, 1123404/43343 RIPPER

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

CATERPILLAR, 304.5,305.5, New, 1584765/35694 CATERPILLAR, 5130, New, 1554102/32845

TRANSMISSIONS

CATERPILLAR, D10,D10L, Rebuilt, 3P7556/31378 CATERPILLAR, D10,D10L, Used, 3P7556/31378 CATERPILLAR, D8H, Used, 5M7987/36604 CATERPILLAR, 641,651, Rebuilt, 7M5925/3254 CATERPILLAR, 988B, Rebuilt, 9W0782/32318 CATERPILLAR, 924G, Rebuilt, 1402772/27097 CATERPILLAR, D4E, Used, 3T4758/3234 CATERPILLAR, 824C, Used, 3P6809/33473 CATERPILLAR, D8N, Rebuilt, 8E4565/43240 CATERPILLAR, 930G,938G, Used, 2348866/32134 CATERPILLAR, 951C, Used, 2P2040/2963 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


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The Indexator Rototilt attachment draws a crowd at the demo day.

Justin Reed of R&R Maintenance tests this Cat 277D.

David Raulerson of St. Johns County participates in the equipment rodeo competition.

Ring Power Hosts Demo Day in St. Augustine

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ing Power Corp. recently hosted a demo day at a site in St. Augustine, Fla. The demo day gave customers a chance to test equipment including track loaders, mini-excavators, a wheel loader and an excavator with the Indexator Rototilt attachment. An “Equipment Rodeo Competition” allowed guests to show off their skills using a mini-excavator and a track loader on an obstacle course with the chance to win prizes for the best operators. Attendees also enjoyed barbecue lunch. (This story also can be found on Construction Equipment Guide’s Web site at www.constructionequipmentguide.com.) CEG

Award Winners: Multi-Terrain Loader Competition First place — Justin Reed of R&R Maintenance won a Yeti cooler Second Place — David Whitener of Whitener Grading won a cooler bag Third Place — Mark Whitener of Whitener Grading won a Cat pocket knife Excavator Competition (Tie for first place) First Place — Eric Phillips of Jax Dirtworks won a Yeti cooler First Place — Scott King of R&R Maintenance won a Yeti cooler Second Place — Larry Hall of Hall’s Environmental won a cooler bag Third place — Alex Reed of R&R Maintenance won a Cat pocket knife

Attendees check out the engine of this track loader.

Ryan Lindley of RLBC tries out the Cat 302.7D.

Ring Power Corp. recently hosted a demo day at a site in St. Augustine, Fla.

Guests attempt the track loader obstacle course featuring a hairpin turn.


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When there’s a tough job ahead , it’s necessary to have tough equipment. Built for any job, the Dressta TD-25M Extra offers ground-breaking dozing power and performance. The Dressta TD-25M Extra features: Exclusive two-speed geared steering system giving you superior traction in turning under full load 2 times the transmission speed for improved production 330 HP net flywheel Cummins Tier 3 engine Modular design for fast component replacement, All of these great features are backed by LiuGong’s standard 3 year/4000 XtraCare warranty with parts available from two depots in North America. To sum it up, the TD-25M Extra delivers the power you need exactly when you need it. Learn more at www.dresstanorthamerica.com. Visit us at ConExpo Booth 12166 in the North Hall. Dealer inquiries welcome!

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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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Shreveport Highway Environment Study Stalled By Lawsuits SHREVEPORT, La. (AP) Transportation planners say an extension of an expressway is being held up by lawsuits filed by groups who say they support the road. The Louisiana Department of Transportation and Development is ready, The Times reported to start an environmental impact study on extending La. 3132 from its current end at Flournoy Lucas Road to the Port of CaddoBossier. But a group including the Finish 3132 Coalition and Willis-Knighton Health Systems sued last year. Two suits have been consolidated in state court, while a third is pending in federal court. “We have a contract ready to go for Stage 1; but because of all the litigation, we haven’t been able to get going,’’ said

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Kent Rogers, executive director of the Northwest Louisiana Council of Governments. Lawyer Billy Pesnell said his clients want the state to build the highway across part of the Esplanade subdivision being built by developer Tim Larkin. “What we’re trying to do is get the Department of Transportation and Federal Highway Administration to build a road on what we consider to be the most appropriate alignment or route from Flournoy Lucas to the port, which is across a portion of the subdivision which Mr. Larkin is building,’’ Pesnell said. The first lawsuit, filed Sept. 4, 2012, contends the state withheld that route from its study of potential corridors. “They never disclosed it,’’ Pesnell said. “The most western route initially recommended would have taken the Esplanade bridge over Bayou Pierre. They kept moving it east until they got it right up against Twelve Oaks subdivision — with two compound curves.’’ A lawsuit filed Nov. 19 sought to stop construction of a service road into that same development. Caddo District Judge Leon Emmanuel ruled that construction could proceed, a decision upheld by the 2nd Circuit Court of Appeal. (This story also can be found on Construction Equipment Guide’s Web site at www.constructionequipmentguide.com.)


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305-381-5157 info@paccomminc.com All Equipment is subject to availability and is located at our Marine Facility Located in Brunswick Ga and other locations throughout Florida.

Crane Trestle System for Sale/Rent Steel Crane Trestle System (38’ width x 40’ span length, 10 spans available) Heavy duty structural steel substructure (pile cap and trusses) designed to work with 36” diameter supporting pipe pile and 12”x5’x20’ timber crane mat decking. Pipe pile and crane mats can be supplied separately upon request. This system is designed to support large crawler cranes (up to 300 ton capacity) or excavators requiring a temporary work platform over land or water. System is available for rent or purchase. System components are easily shipped via standard trucking. Barge load out/delivery is also available from our Marine Facility located in Brunswick, GA on the East River. Substructure design drawings can be provided as part of the system. Turnkey supply and installation can also be offered depending on location.

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ConExpo 1993 ConExpo Paving … It Rolled Them Over

This ConExpo article was published in Construction Equipment Guide (CEG) on May 5, 1993. This 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.

Dozens of manufacturers of asphalt paving products and compaction equipment, small and large, came from far and wide to attend the greatest construction show on earth. They came to show their product lines; they came to unveil exciting new products; they came to announce changes to existing products. And was it worth it! Over 96,000 people attended ConExpo 1993 to see the latest technological

advances in the construction equipment industry! Ingersoll-Rand, with the largest indoor display area at the 1993 ConExpo, exhibited over 70 products. Every piece of equipment from their construction equipment division was displayed. Dozens of new products and changes to existing products were a highlight of the fantastic display put on by Ingersoll-Rand. Some of the exciting new products introduced were the new line of ProPac Series of vibratory soil compactors. Also introduced, at the show, were new mid-sized asphalt pavers called ProPave. Ingersoll-Rand’s massive indoor spread featured vibratory and static compactors, asphalt and concrete paving equipment, milling machines, rough-terrain fork lifts, portable air compressors and generators, light towers, pumps and down hole drills, just to name a few. Being the largest indoor exhibit area, at times their large staff had difficulty in assisting all those interested in their equipment. Blaw-Knox had an impressive display, which was very busy for the entirety of the show. They featured a wide variety of asphalt paving equipment with each machine showing the latest advances in technology. New products introduced were the B Series PF-200 and PF-172 paver/finishers. The show was such a success that every machine was sold off the show room floor and many orders were written for spring delivery. Bomag had all of their equipment on display, static and vibratory compactors, tampers and plate compactors. They introduced a new design for the Bomag MPH 100 recycler. The Bomag booth was in a high traffic area, which resulted in a constant flow of contractors reviewing their products. Dynapac’s exhibit was a very large impressive area featuring many of their new rollers. They

introduced a new series of articulated double drum rollers, which includes six models. They range in size from 2.4 tons to 4 tons. The new rollers, with state of the art features, are designed for both asphalt and soil compactors. Their unique display area located on a main isle drew quite a bit of interest throughout the five-day show. E.D. Etnyre & Co. was ready for ConExpo with the unveiling of the Series 2000 Black-Topper distributor. This new distributor offers superior technology allowing the contractor greater flexibility and cost efficiency. Etnyre announced a new warranty policy on the asphalt distributors. The display also featured the company’s new line of RTB series trailers. Hamm Compactors had a substantial display area set up outside featuring single and double drum vibratory rollers, rubber tire static rollers, three wheel static rollers, soil stabilization and asphalt recycling equipment. Several new products were introduced at the show: the Raco 250 soil stabilizer and asphalt recycler, the DV8 double-drum compactor and the 2000 series compactor available in both drum and pad foot configuration. Midland Machinery Co., located in Tonawanda, N.Y., displayed their road widener attachment and the cold mix paver. Their outside booth at ConExpo gave them a great opportunity to promote their equipment and write several


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Las Vegas, Nevada new orders. Midland announced their plans for a new Mix-Paver in the fall of ’93, the 800 model. Hypac’s new compact compactor, the C820A, was the feature item at ConExpo ’93. Their exhibit had a broad line of soil and asphalt compaction equipment including vibratory and static rollers. Their interesting display attracted many contractors throughout the show. Rosco had an array of equipment at their location including an asphalt distributor, rough terrain rollers, patching machines, water distributor and a static roller. Rosco took the opportunity at ConExpo to exhibit new products for asphalt work, the Tru-Pac 915 articulated pneumatic roller and the WT truck-mounted water truck, a versatile truck designed to be mounted on a truck chassis. General Engines had an outside display area featuring static and vibratory rollers in addition to their line of tag-a-long and low bed trailers. They had an indoor office facility to offer show attendees relief from the desert heat. The interest in their products was so great that there were rarely any seats available. Cedarapids had an inside location exhibiting asphalt pavers and screens, crushing plants, screening plants, screeds, a pick up machine and an asphalt mixing drum. New equipment presented at ConExpo included the CR 461 microprocessor paver and two new screeds — the stretch 8 to 16 ft. and the stretch 10 to 18 ft. The new products were well received by contractors. Cedarapids was very busy from the beginning to the end and sold an abundance of equipment. Wacker was at ConExpo with a unique two story display featuring quite a spread of equipment from their diversified product line. They announced the expansion of their rammer line with the addition of the DS724 diesel rammer. Stone introduced nine new models of compactors at ConExpo. Their line is now anything but compact. The new compactors offer all the modern conveniences allowing for compacting every nook and cranny, curve and manhole. (This story also can be found on Construction Equipment Guide’s Web site at www.constructionequipmentguide.com.) CEG ConExpo comes quickly, just three years later in 1996.


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Cat Unveils New Equipment, Tier IV Migration Strategy

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The 972M is on display at the Edwards Demonstration facility.

Scott Thomas of Caterpillar demonstrates the ease of repair accessibility on the 730C articulated truck.

The Edwards Demonstration facility is large enough to hold a large number of equipment types, including this Cat 772G off-highway truck.

Dave Ellington of Caterpillar was on hand to outline the features of the 770G/772G off-highway trucks.

The 972M wheel loader was just one piece of equipment on display at the Cat press event in Peoria, Ill. The wheel loader was put through its paces in the spacious demo area at Caterpillar’s Edwards Demonstration and learning center.

The 730C articulated truck features a number of enhancements to make the cab more comfortable to the operator.


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More than 90 percent of Robert Smith Inc.’s workload now consists of RCC work — jobs that the company completes with its Volvo Construction Equipment (Volvo CE) ABG7820 paver.

Roller-Compacted Concrete, Volvo Help Transform Robert Smith Inc. The official nickname for Chattanooga, Tenn., in the United States is the Scenic City — reinforced by the city’s growing reputation as a haven for all kinds of outdoor activity. It’s surrounded by various mountains, lying between the Appalachian Mountains and Cumberland Plateau and is about 120 mi. (190 km) to the northwest of Atlanta, Ga. After four decades in the asphalt paving business, Robert Smith, owner of Robert Smith Inc., began dabbling in Roller-Compacted Concrete (RCC) — a heavy-duty cement mix that can be poured as quickly as asphalt. The company has now perfected the process of laying thousands of ft./m of RCC in just a few days for its industrial client base, according to the company. More than 90 percent of its workload now consists of RCC work — jobs that the company completes with its Volvo Construction Equipment (Volvo CE) ABG7820 paver. That’s the Spirit Robert Smith Inc. was contracted to repave the Jack Daniels distillery site in Lynchburg, Tenn., to deal with a major maintenance issue regarding its warehouse access roads. The asphalt roads were breaking down because of the weight of trucks carrying products to and from the warehouse. About 990 sq. ft. (92 sq m) of concrete was laid every hour by the Volvo ABG7820 paver, which covered over 527,431.6 sq. ft. (49,000 sq m) of new roads and stockyards. About 5 in. (13 cm) of compacted concrete was placed over 6 in. (15 cm) of compacted aggregate base. Volvo tracked pavers are particularly suitable for paving a wide range of materials from the wearing course down to the base courses on diversified paving contracts, according to the company. The Volvo ABG7820 paver features a smart power-paving mode that gives high power when needed and reduce fuel consumption when less power is required. It also features an Electronic Paver Management EPM function that combines intuitive and simple operation with an extensive range of possibilities for storing and analyzing machine data. RCC has been used for decades but it hasn’t caught on in

many parts of the United States because the material has been competing with asphalt and the more traditional poured-in concrete. RCC is less damaging to the environment, which was one aspect that was key when Jack Daniels selected concrete instead of asphalt. Rolling Out the Carpet At another job site in Dalton, Tenn., north of Chattanooga city, Smith’s crew paved the final sections of a 2,393 cu. yd. (1,830 cu m) industrial lot for a Shaw Carpet facility with dump trucks dropping more than 7.8 cu. yds. (6 cu m) of concrete into the paver’s hopper at a time. The machine’s flexible screed was set to 22 ft. (6.7 m) wide and its dualtampers compacted the concrete to 96 percent density. Workers could walk on the cement — poured 5.5 in. (13.9 cm) thick — immediately after it was laid. A pair of Ingersoll Rand compactors (which have been manufactured by Volvo CE under the Volvo brand since 2007) brought the concrete to its final density and smoothed off the surface in two passes. Later, it was treated with a waxbased curing compound. “I can push a truck straight up a mountain with the Volvo ABG7820 paver, it’s just so powerful,” said Smith. “I’ve seen people come and go in this industry but I couldn’t have done it without our Volvo paver. It has changed our whole philosophy about the jobs we go after.” Robert Smith Inc., bought the paver through its local Volvo CE dealership, ASC Construction Equipment USA, which has an office located in Chattanooga, Tenn. “What I like about the Volvo ABG7820 paver is that compared to a conventional paver, it’s extremely solid,” said Robert Jr., Smith’s son and paver operator. “The machine never strains — ever — which is down to its unbeaten power.” (This story also can be found on Construction Equipment Guide’s Web site at www.constructionequipmentguide.com.) CEG

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LANDOLL Mfg/ Model 317-48 317-50 317-53 318-48 318-50 318-53 440-48 440-50 440-53 455-48 455-50 455-53 835D-51C 835D-53C 855C-48CA 855C-53 855C-HD Const 135-43 150-45 150-48

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Equip. Weight Empty (Kgs)

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70,000 (31,751) 70,000 (31,751) 70,000 (31,751) 100,000 (45,359) 100,000 (45,359) 100,000 (45,359) 80,000 (36,287) 80,000 (36,287) 80,000 (36,287) 110,000 (49,895) 110,000 (49,895) 110,000 (49,895) 70,000 (31,751) 70,000 (31,751) 110,000 (49,895) 110,000 (49,895) 110,000 (49,895) 70,000 (31,751) 100,000 (45,359) 100,000 (45,359)

16,560 (7,511) 18,340 (8,319) 19,700 (8,936) 20,580 (9,335 ) 21,000 (9,525) 22,000 (9,979) 18,200 (8,255) 19,400 (8,800) 19,900 (9,026) 20,190 (9,158) 22,870 (10,374) 24,060 (10,913) 17,740 (8046) 18,580 (8,428) 23,100 (10,478) 24,865 (11,279) 25,400 (11,521) 13,450 (6,100) 17,640 (8,001) 17,055 (7,736)

48x8.5 (14.6x2.6) 50x8.5 (15.2x2.6) 53x8.5 (16.1x2.6) 48x8.5 (14.6x2.6) 50x8.5 (15.2x2.6) 53x8.5 (16.1x2.6) 48x8.5 (14.6x2.6) 50x8.5 (15.2x2.6) 53x8.5 (16.1x2.6) 48x8.5 (14.6x2.6) 50x8.5 (15.2x2.6) 53x8.5 (16.1x2.6) 29.8x8.5 (9.04x2.6) 31.8x8.5 (9.64x2.6) 22.5x8.5 (6.2x2.6) 26x8.5 (7.9x2.6) 26x8.5 (7.9x2.6) 43x8.5 (13.1 x 2.6) 45x8.5 (13.7 x 2.6) 48x8.5 (14.6x2.6)

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Equip. Weight Empty (Kgs) 3,300 (1,497) 900 (408) 1,750 (794) 2,600 (1,179) 3,200 (1,452) 3,300 (1,497) 3,800 (1,724) 4,100 (1,860) 4,000 (1,814) 800 (363) 1,850 (839) 2,400 (1,089) 900 (408) 2,800 (1,270) 2,600 (1,179) 3,450 (1,565) 3,800 (1,723) 1,240 (563) 1,650 (748) 1,900 (862) 3,800 (1,724) 5,400 (2,449) 9,900 (4,491) 10,900 (4,944) 11,400 (5,171) 4,100 (1,860) 4,500 (2,041) 5,500 (2,495) 5,300 (2,404) 5,600 (2,540) 5,700 (2,586) 5,900 (2,676) 8,900 (4,037) 11,200 (5,080) 11,200 (5,080) 3,100 (1,406) 3,900 (1,769)

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Weight Cap. (Kgs) 12,000 (5,443) 14,000 (6,350) 24,000 (10,886) 30,000 (13,608) 3,500 (1,588) 7,480 (3,393) 16,000 (7,257) 20,000 (9,072) 4,700 (2,132) 1,900 (862) 5,880 (2,667) 12,000 (5,443) 14,000 (6,350) 14,000 (6,350) 15,000 (6,804) 20,000 (9,072) 70,000 (31,752) 4,800 (2,177) 6,000 (2,722) 5,600 (2,540) ) 100,000 (45,359) 80,000 (36,287 80,000 (36,287) ) 100,000 (45,359 24,000 (10,886) ) 100,000 (45,359 16,000 (7,257) 30,000 (13,608) 70,000 (31,752) ) 100,000 (45,359 3,000 (1,360) 6,000 (2,721) 14,000 (6,350) 24,000 (10,886) 70,000 (31,752) 80,000 (36,287) ) 110,000 (49,895) 80,000 (36,287

Equip. Weight Empty (Kgs)

Deck Size Ft (M)

14 (4.3) 4,100 (1,860) 12 (3.7) 4,200 (1,905) 14 (4.3) 7,400 (3,357) 14 (4.3) 8,000 (3,629) 8 (2.4) 2,500 (1,134) (3.7) 12 2,500 (1,134) (4.3) 14 3,200 (1,452) (5.5) 18 4,000 (1,814) (2.4) 8 1,300 (590) 1,000 (454) 22-33 (6.7 -10) 4,100 (1,860) 8 (2.4) 5,200 (2,359) (6.7 -10) -33 22 4,600 (2,087) (2.4) 8 5,400 (2,449) (6.7 -10) -33 22 ) 4,800 (2,177 -33 (6.7 -10) 22 5) 5,500 (2,49 11,000 (4,990) 22-33 (6.7 -10) 3,200 (1,452) ) 2,000 (907 22-33 (6.7 -10) 3,800 (1,724) 34 (10.4) ) 18,000 (8,165 34 (10.4) 0) 16,800 (7,62 48 (14.6) 9) 12,500 (5,66 48 (14.6) 1) 17,000 (7,71 20 (6.1) 4) 6,600 (2,99 48 (14.6) 7) 13,000 (5,89 13 (3.9) 2,800 (1,270) 16 (4.9) 1) 4,500 (2,04 38 (11.6) 6) 10,000 (4,53 45 (13.7) 20,000 (9,071) ) 1,100 (499 1,800 (816) 2,900 (1,315) 30 (9.1) 7,300 (3,311) 22 (6.7) 7) ,57 14,500 (6 24 (7.3) 0) 03 1,5500 (7, 24 (7.3) 5) ,84 19,500 (8 53 (16) 8) 21,800 (9,88


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BRI-MAR Mfg/ Model DT508LP-3 DT508LP-5 DT510LP-10 DT610LP-7 DT610LP-10 DT612LP-10 DT612LP-12 DT610-7DP DT610-10DP DT712-10DP DT712T-12DP DT712LPHD-12 DT716LPHD-12 DT716LPHD-14 R508LP-3 R610LP-7 R610-7 DT716LPHD-18K DT716LPHD-21K DT814-14GN DT816-20GN DT818-20GN AG-510-5 DT610LP LE-7 DT610LP LE-10 DT712LP LE-12 DT714LP LE-14 EH14-10 EH14-12 EH16-12 EH16-14 EH16-14HD EH18-10 EH18-12 EH18-14 EH20-12 EH20-14HD

TALBERT Mfg/ Model AC-10 TT-10 AC-20 TT-20 AC3-25 T3T-25 Hydraulic Tail (HT) Slide Axle (TA) 35 Ton Double Drop (SRG) 35CC 50CC 55CC 35RP 55SA 55SA-HX 55SA-RC The Equalizer 60FG (Oil Field) 65FG (Oil Field) Double Drop (Oil Field)

Weight Cap. (lbs) 1,850 (839) 3,670 (1,665) 7,895 (3,581) 4,895 (2,220) 7,785 (3,531) 7,350 (3,334) 9,270 (4,205) 4,800 (2,177) 7,660 (3,475) 7,200 (3,266) 9,000 (4,082) 8,440 (3,828) 7,795 (3,536) 9,735 (4,416) 1,815 (823) 5,180 (2,350) 5,220 (2,368) 13,270 (6,019) 16,095 (7,301) 8,700 (3,946) 8,700 (3,946) 13,150 (5,965) 3,400 (1,542) 4,670 (2,118) 7,560 (3,429) 8,940 (4,055) 10,445 (4,742) 7,600 (3,447) 9,550 (4,332) 9,375 (4,252) 11,200 (5,080) 11,200 (5,080) 7,460 (3,384) 9,305 (4,221) 11,000 (4,990) 9,165 (4,157) 10,075 (4,570)

Equip. Weight Empty (Kgs) 1,150 (522) 1,330 (603) 2,100 (953) 2,105 (955) 2,215 (1,005) 2,650 (1,202) 2,730 (1,238) 2,200 (998) 2,340 (1,061) 2,800 (1,270) 3,000 (1,361) 3,560 (1,615) 4,205 (1,907) 4,265 (1,935) 1,185 (538) 1,820 (826) 1,780 (807) 4,730 (2,146) 4,905 (2,225) 5,300 (2,404) 6,850 (2,404) 7,140 (3,107) 1,600 (726) 2,330 (1,507) 2,440 (1,107) 3,060 (1,388) 3,555 (1,613) 2,400 (1,089) 2,450 (1,111) 2,625 (1,191) 2,800 (1,270) 2,800 (1,270) 2,540 (1,152) 2,695 (1,222) 3,000 (1,361) 2,835 (1,286) 3,925 (1,497)

Weight Cap. (Kgs) 20,000 (9,072) 20,000 (9,072) 40,000 (18,144) 40,000 (18,144) 50,000 (22,680) 50,000 (22,680) 70,000 (31,751) 70,000 (31,751) 60,000 - 110,000 (27,215 - 49,895) 70,000 (31,751) 100,000 (45,359) 110,000 (49,895) 70,000 (31,751) 110,000 (49,895) 110,000 (49,895) 110,000 (49,895) 25,000 (11,340) 120,000 (54,431) 130,000 (58,967) 140,000 (63,503)

Suspension Type SPRING SPRING SPRING SPRING SPRING SPRING SPRING SPRING SPRING SPRING SPRING SPRING SPRING SPRING SPRING SPRING SPRING SPRING SPRING SPRING SPRING SPRING SPRING SPRING SPRING SPRING SPRING SPRING SPRING SPRING SPRING SPRING SPRING SPRING SPRING SPRING SPRING

Equip. Weight Empty (Kgs) 6,200 (2,812) 7,740 (3,511) 8,500 (3,856) 10,300 (4,672) 11,700 (5,307) 14,100 (6,396) 18,380 (8,337) 18,420 (8,355) 14,920 (6,768) 14,540 (6,595) 18,180 (8,245) 22,450 (10,183) 18,910 (8,577) 20,850 (9,457) 21,660 (9,825) 21,960 (9,961) 2,950 (1,338) 27,160 (12,320) 27,160 (12,320) 70,000 (31,752)

Deck Size Ft (M) 5X8 (1.5X2.4) 5X8 (1.5X2.4) 5X10 (1.5X3.0) 6X10 (1.8X3.0) 6X10 (1.8X3.0) 6X10 (1.8X3.0) 6X12 (1.8X3.7) 6X10 (1.8X3.0) 6X10 (1.8X3.) 7.2X12 (2.2X3.7) 7.2X12 (2.2X3.7) 6.8X12 (2.1X3.7) 6.8X16 (2.1X4.9) 6.8X16 (2.1X4.9) 5X8 (1.5X2.4) 6X10 (1.8X3.0) 6X10 (1.8X3.0) 6.8X16 (2.1X4.9) 6.8X14 (2.1X4.3) 8X14 (2.4X4.3) 8X16 (2.4X4.9) 8X18 (2.4X5.5) 5X10 (1.5X3.1) 6X10 (1.8X3.1) 6X10 (1.8X3.1) 6.8X12 (2.1X3.7) 6.8X14 (2.1X4.3) 6.8X14 (2.1X4.3) 6.8X14 (2.1X4.3) 6.8X16 (2.1X4.9) 6.8X18 (2.1X5.5) 6.8X16 (2.1X4.9) 6.8X18 (2.1X5.5) 6.8X18 (2.1X5.5) 6.8X18 (2.1X5.5) 6.8X20 (2.1X6.1) 6.8X20 (2.1X 6.1)

No. Axles

Speed Rating MPH (KPH)

1 1 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 1 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 1 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2

55 (88.5) 55 (88.5) 55 (88.5) 55 (88.5) 55 (88.5) 55 (88.5) 55 (88.5) 55 (88.5) 55 (88.5) 55 (88.5) 55 (88.5) 55 (88.5) 55 (88.5) 55 (88.5) 55 (88.5) 55 (88.5) 55 (88.5) 55 (88.5) 55 (88.5) 55 (88.5) 55 (88.5) 55 (88.5) 55 (88.5) 55 (88.5) 55 (88.5) 55 (88.5) 55 (88.5) 55 (88.5) 55 (88.5) 55 (88.5) 55 (88.5) 55 (88.5) 55 (88.5) 55 (88.5) 55 (88.5) 55 (88.5) 55 (88.5)

Deck Size 24 (7.32) 25 (7.62) 24 (7.32) 25 (7.62) 29 (8.84) 29 (8.84) 48-53x8.5 (14.63-16.15x2.59) 48-53x8.5 (14.63-16.15x2.59) 47.3. to 52.8 x 8.5 (14.43 to 15.80 x 2.59) 24x8.5 (7.32x2.59) 25x8.5 (7.62 x 2.59) 26x8.5 (7.92x2.59) 24x8.5 (7.32x2.59) 25x8.5 (7.62 x 2.59) 26x8.5 (7.92x2.59) 26x8.5 (7.92x2.59) N/A Starting 53 (16.15) 48 - 53 (14.63-16.15) 48 - 53 (14.63-16.15)


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TOWMASTER Mfg/ Model T-9P T-9P T-9P T-10P T-12P T-12P T-12P TC-9D TC-9D TC-9D TC-10D TC-10D TC-10D TC-12D TC-12D TC-12D TC-14D TC-14D T-9D T-9D T-9D T-9D T-10D T-10D T-10D T-12D T-12D T-14D T-14D T-16D T-16D T-18D T-18D T-20D T-20D T-20D T-5HD T-9HD T-9HD T-10HD T-10HD T-12HD T-12HD T-14HD T-14HD

Weight Cap. (lbs) 6,800 (3,084) 6,800 (3,084) 6,800 (3,084) 10,000 (4,536) 12,000 (5,400) 12,000 (5,400) 12,000 (5,400) 7,400 (3,356) 7,400 (3,356) 7,400 (3,356) 10,000 (4,536) 10,000 (4,536) 10,000 (4,536) 12,000 (5,400) 12,000 (5,400) 12,000 (5,400) 14,000 (6,350) 14,000 (6,350) 6,800 (3,084) 6,800 (3,084) 6,800 (3,084) 6,800 (3,084) 10,000 (4,536) 10,000 (4,536) 10,000 (4,536) 12,000 (5,400) 12,000 (5,400) 14,000 (6,350) 14,000 (6,350) 16,000 (7,250) 16,000 (7,250) 18,000 (8,100) 18,000 (8,100) 20,000 (9,072) 20,000 (9,072) 20,000 (9,072) 5,000 (2,260) 7,400 (3,356) 7,400 (3,356) 10,000 (4,536) 10,000 (4,536) 12,000 (5,400) 12,000 (5,400) 14,000 (6,350) 14,000 (6,350)

ROGERS BROTHERS Mfg/ Model TAG20L TAG20XXL TAG25XXL TAG21L TAG21XXL TVT25 MH25 FG35D-3X FG35 FG35D-3XRS SP35 CR35RS CR35PL

Weight Cap. (lbs) 40,000 (18,144) 40,000 (18,144) 50,000 (22,680) 42,000 (19,051) 42,000 (19,051) 50,000 (22,680) 50,000 (22,680) 70,000 (31,751) 70,000 (31,751) 70,000 (31,751) 70,000 (31,751) 70,000 (31,751) 70,000 (31,751)

Equip. Weight Empty (Kgs)

Suspension Type Torflex Torflex Torflex Torflex Torflex Torflex Torflex Torflex Torflex Torflex Torflex Torflex Torflex Torflex Torflex Torflex Torflex Torflex Torflex Torflex Torflex Torflex Torflex Torflex Torflex Torflex Torflex Torflex Torflex Torflex Torflex Torflex Torflex Torflex Torflex Torflex Spring Spring Spring Spring Spring Spring Spring Spring Spring

3,190 (1,447) 3,190 (1,447) 3,190 (1,447) 3,190 (1,447) 3,190 (1,447) 3,190 (1,447) 3,190 (1,447) 2,600 (1,179) 2,600 (1,179) 2,600 (1,179) 2,600 (1,179) 2,600 (1,179) 2,600 (1,179) 2,600 (1,179) 2,600 (1,179) 2,600 (1,179) 3,400 (1,542) 3,400 (1,542) 3,190 (1,447) 3,190 (1,447) 3,190 (1,447) 3,190 (1,447) 3,200 (1,451) 3,200 (1,451) 3,200 (1,451) 3,200 (1,451) 3,200 (1,451) 4,200 (1,905) 4,200 (1,905) 4,600 (2,086) 4,600 (2,086) 4,600 (2,086) 4,600 (2,086) 4,600 (2,086) 4,600 (2,086) 4,600 (2,086) 1,600 (725) 2,600 (1,179) 2,600 (1,179) 4,300 (1,950) 4,300 (1,950) 4,300 (1,950) 4,300 (1,950) 5,000 (2,268) 5,000 (2,268)

Equip. Weight Empty (Kgs) 8,125 (3,685) 8,810 (3,996) 10,880 (4,935) 8,250 (3,742) 8,910 (4,042) 9,650 (4,377) 12,980 (5,888)

14,800 (6,713)

Deck Size Ft (M) 6.4x14 (1.9x4.2) 6.4x16 (1.9x4.8) 6.4x20 (1.9x6) 6.4x20 (1.9x6) 6.4x14 (1.9x4.2) 6.4x16 (1.9x4.8) 6.4x20 (1.9x6) 6.8x14 (2x4.2) 6.8x16 (2x4.8) 6.8x18 (2x5.4) 6.8x14 (2x4.2) 6.8x16 (2x4.8) 6.8x18 (2x5.4) 6.8x14 (2x4.2) 6.8x16 (2x4.8) 6.8x20 (2x6) 6.8x16 (2x4.8) 6.8x18 (2x5.4) 6.8x14 (2x4.2) 6.8x16 (2x4.8) 6.8x18 (2x5.4) 6.8x20 (2x6) 6.8x16 (2x4.8) 6.8x18 (2x5.4) 6.8x20 (2x6) 6.8x14 (2x4.2) 6.8x20 (2x6) 7x16 (2x4.8) 7x18 (2x5.4) 6.8x16 (2x4.8) 6.8x18 (2x5.4) 6.8x16 (2x4.8) 6.8x20 (2x6) 6.8x16 (2x4.8) 6.8x18 (2x5.4) 6.8x20 (2x6) 5x10 (1.5x3) 6.8x10 (2x3) 6.8x12 (2x3.6) 6.8x12 (2x3.6) 6.8x16 (2x4.8) 6.8x14 (2x4.2) 6.8x16 (2x4.8) 6.8x12 (2x3.6) 6.8x14 (2x4.2)

Deck Size Ft (M) 19x8.5 (5.8x2.6) 22x8.5 (6.7x2.6) 22x8.5 (6.7x2.6) 19x8.5 (5.8x2.6) 22x8.5 (6.7x2.6) 18x8.5 (5.5x2.6) 22x8.5 (6.7x2.6) 16x8.5 (4.9x2.6) 17.4x8.5 (5.3x2.6) 22x8.5 (6.7x2.6) 22x8.5 (6.7x2.6) 22x8.5 (6.7x2.6) 22x8.5 (6.7x2.6)

Speed Rating MPH (KPH)

No. Axles

55 (88) 55 (88) 55 (88) 55 (88) 55 (88) 55 (88) 55 (88) 55 (88) 55 (88) 55 (88) 55 (88) 55 (88) 55 (88) 55 (88) 55 (88) 55 (88) 55 (88) 55 (88) 55 (88) 55 (88) 55 (88) 55 (88) 55 (88) 55 (88) 55 (88) 55 (88) 55 (88) 55 (88) 55 (88) 55 (88) 55 (88) 55 (88) 55 (88) 55 (88) 55 (88) 55 (88) 55 (88) 55 (88) 55 (88) 55 (88) 55 (88) 55 (88) 55 (88) 55 (88) 55 (88)

2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 1 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2

No. Axles 2 2 3 2 2 2 2 3 2 3 2 2 2


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SMITHCO Weight Cap. (Kgs)

Mfg/ Model SX1-2317 SX2-3024 SX2-3327 SX2-4034 SX3-3734 SX3-4234 SX3-4436 SX3-4636 SX3-4936 SX4-3734 SX4-4636 SX4-4936 SX5-3734

50,000 (22,680) 60,000 (27,216) 60,000 (27,216) 60,000 (27,216) 70,000 (31,751) 70,000 (31,751) 70,000 (31,751) 70,000 (31,751) 70,000 (31,751) 80,000 (36,287) 80,000 (36,287) 80,000 (36,287) 80,000 (36,287)

Equip. Weight Empty (Kgs)

Deck Size (M)

No. Axles

10,500 (4,743) 12,400 (5,625) 13,100 (5,942) 14,100 (6,396) 16,300 (7,394) 16,700 (7,575) 17,100 (,7756) 17,500 (7,938) 17,800 (8,074) 19,500 (8,845) 19,800 (8,981) 20,050 (9,095) 20,700 (9,389)

17 (5.2) 24 (7.3) 27 (8.2) 34 (10.4) 34 (10.4) 34 (10.4) 36 (11) 36 (11) 36 (11) 34 (10.4) 36 (11) 36 (11) 34 (10.4)

1 2 2 2 3 3 3 3 3 4 4 4 5

INTERSTATE TRAILERS Mfg/ Model

EAGER BEAVER Mfg/ Model SK6 B6DOW B9DOW 10HA-PT 15HDB-PT 20XPT 25XPL 25GLB 35GSL/S4S 35GSL/BR 55GSL/PT 60GSL/3

Equip. Weight Empty (Kgs)

Weight Cap. (lbs)

3,370 (1,529) 4,200 (1,905) 4,600 (2,086) 5,880 (2,667) 8,100 (3,673) 8,380 (3,800) 11,720 (5,315) 11,600 (5,261) 15,500 (7,029) 17,100 (7,755) 22,700 (10,300) 22,500 (10,206)

12,000 (5,442) 12,000 (5,442) 18,000 (8,163) 20,000 (9,070) 30,000 (13,605) 40,000 (18,140) 50,000 (22,675) 50,000 (22,675) 70,000 (31,745) 70,000 (31,745) 110,000 (49,885) 120,000 (54,420)

XL SPECIALIZED TRAILERS Mfg/ Model XL 110 Low-Profile HDG XL 110 Cheater HDG XL 80 SDE (Step Deck Extendable) XL 120 SDE (Step Deck Extendable) ) XL 70 MFG (Mechanical Full-width Gooseneck ) XL 100 HFG (Hydraulic Folding Gooseneck ) XL 70 MDE (Mechanical Detachable Extendable

Weight Cap. (lbs) 110,000 (49,895) 110,000 (49,895) 80,000 (36,287) 120,000 (54,431) 70,000 (31,751) 100,000 (45,359) 70,000 (31,751)

65 (105) 65 (105) 65 (105) 65 (105) 65 (105) 65 (105) 65 (105) 65 (105) 65 (105) 65 (105) 65 (105) 65 (105) 65 (105)

Speed Ratiing MPH 65 (104.6) w.f 65 (104.6) 65 (104.6) 65 (104.6) 65 (104.6) 65 (104.6) 65 (104.6) 65 (104.6) 65 (104.6) 65 (104.6) 65 (104.6)

14x6.75 (4.2x2.1) 14x6.75 (4.2x2.1) 18x6.83 (5.4x2.1) 20x8 (6.1x2.4) 20x6.83 (6.1x2.1) 18x6.83 (5.4x2.1) 20x6.83 (6.1x2.1) 18 x6.91 (5.4x2.1) 20x8.5 (6.1x2.6) 20 x6.91 (6.1x2.1) 20x8.5 (6.1x2.6) 24x8.5 (7.3x2.6)

2,730 (1,238) 2,730 (1,238) 3,250 (1,474) 4,575 (2,075) 3,600 (1,632) 3,250 (1,474) 4,200 (1,905) 4,250 (1,927) 4,350 (1,973) 3,700 (1,678) 4,850 (2,199) 5,900 (2,676)

8,000 (3,628) 10,000 (4,535) 12,000 (5,443) 12,000 (5,443) 12,000 (5,443) 14,000 (6,350) 14,000 (6,350) 16,000 (7,257) 16,000 (7,257) 16,000 (7,257) 18,000 (8,100) 18,000 (8,100)

8ST 10ST 12RBS 12BST 12TST 14RBS 14TST 16RBS 16BST 16TST 18BST 18DT

Deck Size Ft (M)

Equip. Weight Empty (Kgs)

Weight Cap. (lbs)

Speed Rating MPH (KPH)

Suspension Type Torflex Leaf Spring Leaf Spring Leaf Spring Leaf Spring Leaf Spring Spring/Lift Axle Leaf Spring Leaf Spring Single Point Spring Air Ride/Lift Axle Air Ride/Lift Axle

Deck Size Ft (M) 14x6.7 (5.2x2.1) 20x8 (6.1x2.4) 20x8 (6.1x2.4) 25x8.5 (7.6x2.6) 25x8.5 (7.6x2.6) 25x8.5 (7.6x2.6) 28x8.5 (8.5x2.6) 18x8.5 (5.5x2.6) 22x8.5 (6.7x2.6) 22x8.5 (6.7x2.6) 25x8.5 (7.6x2.6) 25x8.5 (7.6x2.6)

Equip. Weight Empty (Kgs) 100,000 (45,359) in 10 ft. (3 m) 110,000 (49,895) in 10 ft. (3 m) 60,000 (27,215) in 10 ft. (3 m) closed 100,000 (45,359) in 10 ft. (3 m)closed 70,000 (31,751) in 16 ft. (4.8 m) 100,000 (45,359) in 10 ft. (3 m) 50,000 (22,680) in 10 ft. (3 m) closed

No. Axles

Speed Rating MPH (KPH) 65(104) 65(104) 65(104) 65(104) 65(104) 65(104) 65(104) 65(104) 65(104) 65(104) 65(104) 65(104)

2 2 2 2 2 2 3 2 2 2 3 3

Deck Size Ft (M) 26x8.5 (7.92x2.59) 24x8.5 (7.32x2.59) 38 to 62.8x8.5 (11.5 to 19.14x2.59) 38 to 57.8x8.5 (11.58 to 17.61x2.59) 29x8.5 (8.84x2.59) 23.5x8.5 (7.16x2.59) 29x8.5 (8.84x2.59)


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Rogers Platform Deck Trailer Offers Hauling Flexibility

Rogers 55-ton (50 t) special design trailer features an optional removable flip 4th axle for additional hauling flexibility.

Rogers Brothers Corporation recently designed a 55-ton (50 t), platform deck trailer for a Buffalo company to haul assorted pieces of construction equipment for its customers. The trailer features Rogers new CobraNeck detachable gooseneck design, which adjusts for various ground clearance positions thus saving time that would be

spent in changing ride height settings. The gooseneck is adaptable to multiple tractor fifth wheel heights. Unlike many 55-ton capacity trailers, which require the load to be spread evenly across the full length of the deck, this trailer can handle a load concentrated in any 13 ft. (4 m) of the 25-ft. (7.6 m) long platform deck. The adjustable deck height is standard

at 18 in. (45.7 cm) fully loaded. A full depth “bucket pocket” at the rear center of the deck and “boom trough” in the rear frame provide additional space to couch excavator booms/buckets to minimize loaded machine height for increased overhead clearance. Standard on all CobraNeck models is the universal neck support, a twin leg neck support jack system that is stronger and has

greater reach than previous designs, according to the manufacturer. It fits to all standard tractors eliminating the need for manual blocking. For more information, call 800/441-9880 or visit www.rogerstrailers.com. (This story also can be found on Construction Equipment Guide’s Web site at www.constructionequipmentguide.com.)


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Paving

SECTION

Pages 50-63

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

Caterpillar’s AP1000E, AP1055E Feature ACERT Technology Caterpillar’s AP1000E and AP1055E asphalt pavers include a powerful C7.1 or C6.6 engine with ACERT technology and comfortable operating environment. In markets that require U.S. EPA Tier IV and E.U. Stage IIIB interim standards, the AP1000E and AP1055E will feature a Cat C7.1 engine with ACERT Technology, while machines that are only required to meet U.S. EPA Tier III or E.U. Stage IIIA emission standards come equipped with the Cat C6.6 engine with ACERT technology. Both engines deliver 225 hp (168 kW) of power. The Cat C7.1 engine utilizes the building blocks of ACERT technology including the Cat NOx reduction system and Cat clean emissions module in order to comply with Tier IV Interim/Stage IIIB emission standards. This combination yields extremely clean combustion and continues to deliver steady power in all operating conditions with outstanding fuel efficiency, according to the manufacturer. Other features include dual operating stations with the advisor monitoring system (AMS), tilting consoles, Mobil-Trac undercarriage or wheel undercarriage system, high ambient temperature cooling system, 25 or 35 kW generator, and a material handling system with independent auger and conveyor controls. A top-mounted cooling system with high ambient temperature capability provides cool intake air in order to maximize fuel efficiency and minimize emissions. Exhaust air exits toward the hopper providing a cool engine compartment and cleaner working environment for the crew. Dual swing-out stations, tilting consoles and low profile design of the cooling system provide good forward visibility that enables the operator to communicate effectively with the truck driver while monitoring mix in the hopper. Extending the stations beyond the machine frame also enables good jointmatching capability and optimal rearward visibility to the auger chamber. The advisor monitoring system located on the left operating station provides an interactive, text-based interface to assist the operator. It is available in multiple languages for today’s diverse paving crews. The system includes fuel saving features including

engine speed control that automatically ery, while the travel mode maximizes speed. however when utilizing large lighting packadjusts engine rpm when the propel lever when operating in maneuver mode, the ages, the 35 kW generator and additional moves to and from neutral. An eco-mode AP1055E enables the machine to rotate auxiliary power panel will deliver the power feature also conserves fuel by lowering the within its own footprint, while the AP1000E needed. The 7 kW auxiliary power panel is engine speed to 1650 rpm when less permits an inside turning radius of 1.5 ft (0.5 equipped with six, 120-volt receptacles and demanding operating conditions exist. The m) for superb mobility in confined areas. one, 240-volt receptacle, for all job site display provides project-planning calculaAutomated controls and well-designed power requirements. tors, start-up checklists, engine operating components reduce segregation potential The AS2302C vibratory screed features conditions, and service code information and maximize efficiency for higher mat narrow front-mounted extenders. The extenthat also can be easily accessed for quick quality. The system utilizes four individual ders utilize 9 in. (22.9 cm) wide screed problem-solving capability. pumps that enable each conveyor and each plates, allowing it to work close to obstacles The Mobil-Trac undercarriage on the auger to deliver the exact amount of mix to and reducing the need for handwork when AP1055E provides flotation and limits dis- the screed. The left and right conveyors in changing paving widths. turbance on soft base materials, ensuring addition to the left and right augers are conThe AS3301C vibratory screed features uniform mat thickness. Large oscilrear-mounted extenders with lating bogies and hydraulic accuheavy-duty support tubes that stamulators progressively overcome bilize the extenders and provide surface irregularities with minimal rigidity for even material flow tow point movement limiting the when paving wide widths. This effects of mix piles and manholes screed performs well on interfor a smoother mat. The Mobilstates, airports and other high proTrac undercarriage can be equipped duction applications. with one of two belt designs. The The AS4252C screed utilizes tread-bar design provides better vibratory screed plates as well as traction when grade conditions are tamper bars in order to maximize soft, while the smooth belt provides density behind the screed. This more contact surface for good perscreed with double extending supformance when pushing trucks and port tubes delivers excellent stabilless base disruption when turning. ity and can pave up to 26 ft. 4 in. (8 Whether most of your paving m). applications take place on hard sur- In markets that require U.S. EPA Tier IV and E.U. Stage Cat asphalt pavers can be faces or soft base materials, the IIIB interim standards, the AP1000E and AP1055E will equipped with the Cat grade and non-directional radial drive tires of feature a Cat C7.1 engine with ACERT Technology, while slope system. This system is a facthe AP1000E provide a large machines that are only required to meet U.S. EPA Tier III tory-integrated guidance system ground contact area for good flota- or E.U. Stage IIIA emission standards come equipped that helps remove irregularities tion, stability and traction. A posi- with the Cat C6.6 engine with ACERT technology. from the surface and control mat tion sensor located in the left steering cylin- trolled independently ensuring mix demand thickness for increased production, lower der helps maintain consistent travel speeds is met when increasing or decreasing paving operating costs, and higher profitability. It is when making turns by adjusting the drive widths. The system can be equipped with a entirely supported by Caterpillar; ensuring speed of the propel motors according to the two sonic sensor design or four sonic sensor the grade control system and paver are set up steering angle of the front wheels, leading to design; depending on customer preference. to optimize performance and meet job site better mat quality and less wear on the drive Each of these systems signal the augers and requirements. system. The front wheel assist option pro- conveyors to run faster or slower when The optional product link system provides vides power to the rear bogie wheels for changing paving widths, thus keeping the accurate, timely and useful information added traction, while the all-wheel drive head of material at the set level. When about the location, utilization and condition option provides power to the front and rear paving around obstacles the system automat- of your equipment. The system streamlines bogie wheels, maximizing traction in all ically makes the necessary adjustments for diagnostic efforts, maintenance scheduling, conditions. uniform delivery. and costs by providing communication flow Mobility and consistent speeds are keys to These machines can be equipped with a of vital machine data and location informaefficient paving operations. The Cat system 25 or 35 kW hydraulic generator that pro- tion between the dealer and customer. (This story also can be found on is equipped with three propel/steering vides quiet power for the electric screed heat, modes: pave, travel and maneuver. The pave auxiliary lights and job site tools. The 25 kW Construction Equipment Guide’s Web site at mode enables the automatics for mix deliv- generator is sufficient for most applications, www.constructionequipmentguide.com.)


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WHILE SOME PEOPLE ARE HAVING A PROBLEM GRASPING THE CONCEPT, THEY’RE SURE NOT HAVING ANY DIFFICULTY GRABBING THE RESULTS. 2009 Hamm HD14VV Roller, Hatz engine, 54” double drum vibratory, hydrostatic drive, double drum drive, water system, scrapers, Hatz 40 hp water cooled diesel engine, ROPS

2006 Blaw Knox PF 3200 Paver, Cummins engine, Omni 3E electric screed 10-18 1/2’, power crown & slope, power up & down on extensions, Cummins diesel engine, fume extractor, washdown hose & reel, weight

It’s a rubber tire roller that vibrates with enough centrifugal force to equal the output of a 55,000 pound pneumatic. The GW750 handles the toughest HMA mixes with ease, getting balanced high densities from the top through the bottom of the mat. Great on SMA, too! And it provides a sound interlock between new overlays and profiled surfaces. It’s bonus time! www.sakaiamerica.com 1-800-323-0535

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2013 Marathon TPS250T Distributor, Honda engine, trailer mounted tack distributor, Honda 5.5hp gas engine, 10GPM pumping system, 250 gallon capacity, 5’ spray wand w/40’ hose, 10” filler lid, hose reel, dual propane burners

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Reynolds-Warren Equipment Company 2000 Ingersoll Rand PT125R Roller, John Deere engine, 9 wheel rubber tire roller, J.D. diesel engine, water system, ROPS canopy

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Dynapac’s complete line of rollers and pavers combine years of experience with innovative thinking to make the job as fast, simple, and profitable as possible, from beginning to end. F1000 series pavers: • Cummins QSB 6.7 liter interim Tier 4 engine • North American styling featuring the lowest deck height in the industry at 63 inches • Easy to use control panel with one touch auto fill and cleaning modes CA2500-CA4000 single-drum vibratory rollers: • Static linear loads of 140-252 pli • Active bouncing control • Cummins or Deutz interim Tier 4 engine CP224, CP224W and CP274 pneumatic tired rollers: • Smooth start-stop system for directional changes • Wide-base tires • Air-on-the-run Built for maximum performance, ease of maintenance and lower total cost of ownership, Dynapac’s rollers and pavers will provide you with more Uptime by Design.

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Simpsonville, SC 864.963.5835

Covington, LA 985.893.3005

W. Columbia, SC 803.794.9340

Baton Rouge, LA 225.291.3750

Adairsville, GA 770.773.9857

Sulphur, LA 337.626.8503

Atlanta, GA 404.691.9445

Alexandria, LA 318.442.0455

Grovetown, GA 706.855.5440

Monroe, LA 318.343.8787

Braselton, GA 770.965.1889

Shreveport, LA 318.631.3090

Columbus, GA 706.687.3344

Broussard, LA 337.837.9481

Macon, GA 478.788.1586

Flint Equipment flintpower.com

James River Equipment jamesriverequipment.com

Albany, GA 229.888.1212

Charlotte, NC 704.597.0211

Perry, FL 850.584.9200

Greensboro, NC 336.668.2762

Tallahassee, FL 850.575.5600

Asheville, NC 828.667.0176

Aynor, SC 843.358.5688

Rish Equipment Co. rish.com

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Chesapeake, VA 757.485.2100

Birmingham, AL 205.591.2131

Chester, VA 804.748.6411

Decatur, AL 256.355.0305

Coeburn, VA 276.395.6901

Dothan, AL 334.678.1832

Bealeton, VA 540.439.0668

Grove Hill, AL 334.275.4158

Salem, VA 540.380.2090

Mobile, AL 251.457.8991

Staunton, VA 540.887.8291

Montgomery, AL 334.288.6580

Tractor & Equip. Co. tractor-equipment.com

Shoals Area, AL 256.383.5666

Tuscaloosa, AL 205.752.0621

Trekker Tractor, LLC trekkertractor.com

Panama City, FL 850.763.4654

West Palm Beach, FL 561.296.9710

Pensacola, FL 850.505.0550

Miami, FL 877.971.7070

Alabaster, AL 205.621.2489

Tampa, FL 813.341.4646

Anniston, AL 256.831.2440

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STOWERS MACHINERY CORP. www.stowerscat.com Knoxville Headquarters (865) 546-1414 Knoxville West (865) 218-8800 Chattanooga (423) 698-6943 Kingsport (423) 323-0400 Crossville (931) 484-4040 Sevierville (865) 595-3750

RICHMOND EQUIPMENT & MACHINERY CO., INC. www.richmond machinery.com 1701 Roseneath Rd Richmond, VA 23230 (804) 359-4048 (800) 662-6485

THOMPSON TRACTOR

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Attalla-Gadsden, AL (866) 811-7609 Birmingham, AL (800) 547-0760 Crestview, FL (850) 682-6510 Decatur-Huntsville, AL (800) 435-0922 Dothan, AL (334) 671-1040 Huntsville, AL (256) 532-1776 Marianna, FL (850) 526-2241 Mobile, AL (800) 243-0665 Montgomery, AL (800) 521-9511

Opelika-Auburn, AL (334) 749-3359 Oxford-Anniston, AL (800) 547-8897 Panama City, FL (850) 785-4007 Pensacola, FL (850) 471-6700 Shelby County, AL (205) 664-4833 Thomasville, AL (334) 636-0420 Tuscaloosa, AL (205) 247-2800 Tuscumbia, AL (256) 381-2771

Albany (800) 768-2892 Augusta (800) 446-5131 Austell (800) 282-1562 Bloomingdale (800) 482-1144 Brunswick (800) 299-5010 Calhoun (800) 752-9804 Columbus (800) 633-5240 Dacula (800) 545-2945

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KELLY TRACTOR CO. 8255 NW 58th St. Miami, FL (305) 592-5360 Clewiston, FL (863) 983-8177 Ft.Myers, FL (239) 693-6563 West Palm Beach, FL (561) 683-2015 Davie, FL (954) 581-8181

LOUISIANA CAT info@Louisianacat.com www.Louisianacat.com P.O. Box 356 Reserve, LA 70084 (985) 536-1121 (866) 843-7440 Alexandria, LA (318) 443-2577 Bossier City, LA (318) 746-2341 Hammond, LA (985) 340-2820 Lake Charles, LA (337) 439-3601 Lafayette, LA (337) 837-2476 Monroe, LA (318) 323-1345 Prairieville, LA (225) 673-3480 Mansfield, LA (318) 872-9700


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Mobile, AL 251-633-4020 251-633-9157 (Fax)

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Calhoun, GA 706-879-6200

Montgomery, AL 334-262-6642 334-834-2272 (Fax)

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Weiler C-Series Rollers Provide High Static Pressures in Tight Working Space 

Weiler’s split-drum static rollers are engineered to perform in both confined and high-production working environments. The Weiler C307, C310 and C315 split-drum static rollers provide static ground pressures that achieve compaction goals in a broad range of applications, including high-end production settings. While many weight and static ground pressure configurations are available, the C307 starts with an average of 202 lbs./linear in. of pressure (36 kg/cm) when including its base weight and water in drums and tanks. That number is 249 lbs./linear in. (44 kg/cm) with the C310, and 275 lbs./linear in. (52 kg/cm) for the C315. Drums on the C307 and C310 are 50 in. (127 cm). The C315 drums are 54 in. (137 cm). “The machines deliver the static forces required for compaction in many applications,” said Nigel McKay, Weiler sales manager. “They are excellent performers in confined areas because of their compact size, maneuverability and outstanding visibility.” Split Drums In addition, the C-Series rollers feature split front drums, where the outer half of the drum rotates faster than the inner half. This enables the rollers to compact confined, curved mats without tearing the freshly placed asphalt. A low-profile hood also enhances edge visibility when making tight turns. Besides productivity and an ability to work in tight spaces, other key benefits include: • Ease of operation and transport • Operator comfort for improved productivity and safety • Accessible components and parts for ease of servicing engine, roller components and the water spray system Typical applications include commercial and residential paving, highway construction, shoulder work, parking lots, driveways, asphalt resurfacing, confined spaces, curb edges, compacting base and finish layers of asphalt, and compacting granular sub-base materials. Comfort, Visibility No matter what the application, the rollers are built to help operators stay fresh and productive throughout their shifts. Optimal visibility, achieved in part through the sloped hood, keeps operators in their seats without stretching to see obstacles. Among the other comfort and visibility features: • A three-position pivot steering wheel (right, center, left) enhances the operator’s sight lines and speeds close work along obstacles, such as curbs • Additional external steps and handles make it easier to enter and exit the machine • An optional air-suspension seat creates a more smooth ride • Easy-to-reach controls reduce fatigue and enhance productivity and safety Service, Support and Long Life Sales and parts are provided through the Cat dealer network. The machines are built to make maintenance easy and key service points readily accessible. Components also are designed to last, including a plastic fuel tank to prevent rusting and durable nylon-braided wrap to protect wiring.





Among the product service and support features: • Reliable, fuel-efficient Cat C3.4 engines • Wiring that is color-coded and numbered, facilitating diagnostics • Utilization of maintenance-free batteries • Engine and hydraulic remote drains that are easily accessible for ecology-conscious draining • Routine service and grease points that are easy to access • Fuel and water tanks that are accessible for cleaning Water Spray System Asphalt pickup is prevented through the rollers’ water spray system, which includes an extended-life pump. The water system utilizes two 100-gal. (379 L) tanks that limit refill stops. When it is time to stop, a large fill port enables easy and fast reloading. A triple-filter, meanwhile, optimizes uptime by reducing clogging. Among the other water system features: • Nozzles at both the front and rear optimize water coverage on drums • A pressurized feed system and eight intermittent spray settings provide even drum coverage • Water spray components feature corrosion-proof materials • Grouped ports facilitate water system draining from a single location • Easy-to-clean spray bars feature hand-removable caps • Spray nozzles and filters can be removed by hand for periodic cleaning Weiler split-drum static rollers include many other standard items that prove invaluable on the job site. They include alternator capacity that provides the necessary power for lights on night shifts, all weather connectors, and front and rear cocoa mats. When it’s time to leave the job site, the rollers provide enough clearance that the operator can simply drive them up a ramp and onto the trailer. For more information, visit weilerproducts.com. (This story also can be found on Construction Equipment Guide’s Web site at www.constructionequipmentguide.com.)



 

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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

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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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Wirtgen WR 240i Sets High Standards for Paving Recycling, Soil Stabilization

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

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With a 6-cylinder Cummins engine rated at 600 hp (447 kW), this next-generation Wirtgen cold recycler/stabilizer is not only extremely powerful, but also covers a correspondingly large range of applications utilizing a working width of 7 ft. 10 in. (2.4 m) and maximum working depth of 20 in. (51 cm).

The Wirtgen WR 240i recycler/stabilizer sets new standards for soil stabilization and pavement recycling or reclamation, while meeting U.S. Tier IVi emissions regulations. With a 6-cylinder Cummins engine rated at 600 hp (447 kW), this next-generation Wirtgen cold recycler/stabilizer is not only extremely powerful, but also covers a correspondingly large range of applications utilizing a working width of 7 ft. 10 in. (2.4 m) and maximum working depth of 20 in. (51 cm). As a soil stabilizer, the WR 240i efficiently stabilizes large areas of incohesive soils, whether on large construction sites, or highway rights-of-way, and utilizing any stabilizing medium, according to the manufacturer. And as a cold recycler, it can recycle 100 percent of existing deteriorated asphalt pavements in situ. Water, cement or lime slurry, asphalt emulsion or foamed asphalt can be utilized, the latter created inside the W 240i’s mixing chamber. Machine output has been optimized by a muscular power plant with high torque reserves, yet engine power is transmitted directly and effectively. Nine different rotor speeds guarantee optimum mixing performance, aided also by ultramodern computer-controlled metering technology with automatic monitoring to ensure exactly the right mix. A spacious modern cabin with camera system and a driver’s seat that can be turned through 90 deg ensure that the machine operator always has a clear all-round view of the

machine and the job site. The cabin — with its large windows — can be displaced beyond the right-hand edge of the machine, permitting a direct view of the milled edge. All-wheel steering and a separate steering angle on the rear axle ensure an extremely small turning radius, permitting swift maneuvering at the end of short passages and in confined spaces, according to the manufacturer. Technical improvements focus not only on driving comfort, but also on easy operation. As a result, the operator now can control all the main basic functions easily and conveniently via the highly responsive multi-functional joystick in the right-hand armrest. Automated processes, such as automatic lowering and raising of the milling and mixing rotor, the ergonomically designed workplace, and a reverse-assist function, make the long, hot days on a dusty construction site much more convenient for the operator, and improve his daily productivity. The optional four-high-resolution color camera can be installed at various points of the machine to allow the operator to monitor processes under way. Selection of view is executed via joystick; the result is an increase in performance, economic efficiency and work quality. 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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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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Bomag’s Tier IVi BW100AD-4 Roller Features Smart Steering Wheel, Efficient Operation Featuring a Tier IVi compliant engine and enhanced operator’s station with smart steering wheel, the Bomag BW100AD4 tandem vibratory roller delivers efficient operation on a wide variety of commercial and municipal applications, including asphalt and base compaction, road shoulder work, parking lots and asphalt patch repair. Powered by a Tier IVi, 32.6-hp, water-cooled Kubota diesel engine, the BW100AD-4 delivers up to 8,350 lbs. of centrifugal force per drum and a maximum frequency of 4,200 vibrations per minute. A standard crab walk allows the roller’s rear drum to be offset by 1.6 in. (4 cm) in either direction, thereby allowing maneuverability around site obstructions. A new smart drive steering wheel has a smaller diameter, providing maximum operator comfort and a clear view of all indicator controls. A laterally sliding seat offers an enhanced view of the drums. The suspended operator’s platform also is equipped with a fuel level indicator and hour meter. Service requirements for the roller are simplified by a maintenance-free, bolt-on articulating and oscillating joint and flexi-

ble scrapers for each drum. A 58.1-gal. (220 L) water tank and pressurized spray system feature filtered nozzles and windscreen protection for uniform coverage. Standard safety features on the BW100AD-4 include ROPS with safety belts, back-up alarm, and emergency stop button. Additionally, the roller’s engine cover and dashboard are lockable to protect against vandalism. Front and rear working lights are optional. 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.)

The BW100AD-4 delivers up to 8,350 lbs. of centrifugal force per drum and a maximum frequency of 4,200 vibrations per minute.


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FORT MYERS 239-334-3627

ORLANDO 407-299-1212

MELBOURNE PARTS 321-729-8944

SARASOTA PARTS 941-752-1300

MIAMI 305-592-5740

WEST PALM BEACH 561-848-6618

POMPANO BEACH PARTS 954-977-9541

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Win the Battle…

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Quarry, road-building, and massexcavation work demand serious iron. With more arm digging force, bucket digging force, and hydraulic flow, 670G LC and 870G LC Excavators deliver increased productivity. So you’ll get more done per gallon of fuel. Their rugged EPA Interim Tier 4/EU Stage IIIB diesels enable you to work, wherever the work, even in nonattainment areas. These, plus numerous other customer-inspired refinements — including an even more spacious cab and an enhanced multifunction LCD monitor with simplified navigation — help your operator make the most of every day.

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Crews Work on Project to Remove or Replace 32 Culverts HOOVER from page 1

1 dams, with a category defined as either “almost certain to fail under normal operations” or at “extreme risk of failure with high fatalities and economic losses.” Campbell said progress has been made, but there is a long way to go. “The $200 million invested so far made it possible to install the cutoff wall in the southeast quadrant of the dike between Port Mayaca and Belle Glade,” said Campbell. “While that feature reduces the risk of failure in that area, the remainder of the dike is still largely at risk. The Corps is rating the dike as a single system, and the dike is only as strong as its weakest area. Thus, it continues to be assigned an action classification of one under the Dam Safety Action Classification [DSAC] system.” Crews are currently working on a project to remove or replace 32 culverts that serve as water control structures. “These culverts have also experienced significant erosion of the material around them, and currently are seen as the greatest risk to the stability of the dike,” said Campbell. “Action has been taken, with either work started or contracts awarded, on 16 of the 32 culverts that were installed through

USACE photo

In September 2013, the corps awarded a $36 million contract to Harry Pepper & Associates of Jacksonville.

orders, we were the general contractor and on A slag cement-based grout was used for the majority of the culverts, we are working as a subcontractor. the project in addition to a percentage of bentonite. Over half “As the general contractor, we were responsi- a million cubic yards was needed to produce the cutoff wall. ble for all aspects of the job from providing Hansen said numerous piping conditions existed. office space to the USACE to restoring the dike “This piping condition created weak sections of the dike. to its previous condition after the wall was During CSM operations, the hole is never left open because installed. For the culverts, we were awarded the of the mix in place aspect of this process. Also, during the contracts because of our specialized technique pre-drilling process, we used a cased method which reduced and its suitability for the numerous closures that the possibility of a dike failure as we drilled through these make up the culvert projects. areas. The steel casing was advanced with the drilling operWork involved establishing a lay down yard ation and worked as a barrier to keep the piping from affectwith offices, cement batch plants, maintenance ing our operations. This combination of mix in place wall facilities and inventory storage facilities, accord- placement and cased holes meant that there was never an ing to Hansen. Bauer Foundation Corp. was see HOOVER page 72 USACE photo responsible for widening the work U.S. Army Corps of Engineers crews in Florida continue working platform and installing the cutoff on the outdated Herbert Hoover Dike surrounding Lake wall using a cutter, soil mixer Okeechobee — the state’s largest freshwater lake. (CSM) after removing peat using Kelly drilling rigs. Crews had to the dike. We anticipate working on culverts will take us through 2018. We are also conducting the most comprehen- remove the platform extension and seed the sive study of the dike to determine the remaining fixes nec- banks of the dike to return it to the pre-work condition. essary in other areas that haven’t been addressed. The wall had to be able to stop the seepage, “The dike is 143 miles long, and we’ve addressed the first 21 miles. It’s possible the remaining sections may need but also meet the elastic modulus requirement to additional cutoff wall, a seepage management system or allow it to flex as the lake level changed. “The cutoff wall was constructed using either other alternatives. The study is expected to be complete in a Bauer RG25 or BG28 drill rigs with a BCM5, 2015, and will drive the remaining work on the dike that CSM attachment,” said Hansen. “The pre-drills takes us past 2020.” “Bauer received the notice to proceed for the first task were performed using either a Bauer BG28 or order in May of 2008 and continues to work on the project BG40 Kelly drilling rigs. In addition, we used today, said Art Hansen, an engineer of Bauer Foundation MAT mixing plants to produce the 35 different Corp. “Work has been performed on four task orders and a specialized grout mixes that were developed for number of small culverts. Our work basically entailed put- the different soil conditions along the 10 miles of ting in a seepage cutoff wall, up to 80 feet deep, in order to cut-off wall. All the drilling equipment, as well USACE photo keep the water from Lake Okeechobee from leaking through as the mixing equipment, was made by our sisthe dike and undermining its integrity. On the four task ter company, Bauer BMA, located in Crews are currently working on a project to remove or replace 32 culverts that serve as water control structures. Schrobenhausen, Germany.”


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Concerns for Heavy-Rain Event Prompt $1B Repairs to Prevent Dike Failure HOOVER from page 66 drainage system. That’s why we manage the lake lower than in the past, to be able to handle a heavy-rain event that causopen excavation in contact with a piping condition.” According to Hansen, lightning was responsible for the es a three-foot rise in a span of four weeks.” Of the 32 culverts, USACE plans to replace 28 of them, most work interruptions. In addition, tropical storms shut and seal-off three that are abandoned. down operations at least once. “We’ve already removed one culvert,” said Campbell. “In both cases, we worked double shifts in order to make up the time, and neither of these weather conditions ended up “These are much larger than structures that run under a drive. delaying the project,” said Hanson. “We were also affected They are large enough to convey water to area farms fields, by the presence of an osprey. It nested near our work area but too small to have any meaningful impact on managing lake levels.” and we could not continue until the family of osprey left.” USACE also removed foliage that can weaken the dike, The first embankments around Lake Okeechobee were reportedly constructed around 1915. Hurricane tides over- and stockpiled rock at strategic spots. Stockpiling helps pretopped the original embankments in 1926 and 1928, claim- pare for a breach scenario by ensuring materials on hand, as ing more than 2,500 lives. The River and Harbor Act of 1930 opposed to having to wait for those materials to be shipped authorized the construction of approximately 70 mi. (112.7 from a quarry. In 2000, the Corps produced a report that included probakm) of levee along the south shore of the lake and roughly 16 mi. (25.7 km) along the north shore. The U. S. Army bilities of failure without any intervention. The report indicated when the lake reached eleCorps of Engineers constructed vation 18.5 ft. (5.6 m), the probathe levees between 1932 and bility of failure at a single point 1938. on the dike was 45 percent. A major hurricane in 1947 led “The chances of failure to additional flood and storm increased with higher elevations damage reduction work. to include near certain failure as Congress passed the Flood the lake approached elevation 21 Control Act of 1948, approving feet,” said Campbell. “Those the first phase of a project probabilities were determined designed to provide flood and ‘without intervention’, which storm damage reduction in cenassumes no one executed any tral and south Florida. The curemergency response to address rent dike system was completed USACE photo in the late 1960s. The dam was Since 2007, teams have performed various issues in the short-term, and that originally constructed with grav- tasks to reduce the risk of dike failure due to no action was taken to fix the dike over the long-term. We have el, rock, limestone, shell and flooding from high water levels. demonstrated a commitment to sand. Campbell said recent wet weather has made the project respond to any emergency situations since this report was prepared, and we have also demonstrated a commitment to even more challenging. “Summer rains caused the lake to rise about two feet in the the tune of $750 million invested in dike repairs since 2001.” The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers authorized a dam safespan of three months. The concern about a rising lake so early in the summer is the reduction in available capacity to ty modification study on Herbert Hoover Dike, in addition to handle major rain-producing events, such as tropical storms pumping millions of dollars into the project. Corps teams and hurricanes. In 2011 and 2012, the lake rose three feet in work daily on the dike, providing contractor oversight, about a month. If such an event were to happen today, the inspections and dike operations and maintenance. Various resulting lake rise would put us well past 18 and a half feet engineers, geologists and hydrologists are providing input. The USACE Jacksonville District awarded its third conwhere the lake is estimated to have a 50-50 chance of failure tract in a month to replace two additional water control strucwithout any intervention at some point on the dike.” USACE officials are well aware of public concern over tures in the dike as part of the rehabilitation project. In the aging dike. Nearby residents are understandably con- September 2013, the corps awarded a $36 million contract to cerned, but Campbell said there’s no need to panic at this Harry Pepper & Associates of Jacksonville. The contract calls for replacement of Culvert 8 near Okeechobee along point. “We will address any issues that come up to ensure the the north side of the lake and Culvert 13 near Canal Point in safety of the people living and working around the lake. We Palm Beach County. The water control structures provide would encourage them to be aware of the risks, and know irrigation and drainage to landowners in the area. This work how to get information from their local officials who would on the project is expected to be complete by the spring of 2017. order an evacuation in a worst-case scenario.” “The Corps clearly believes this is a very critical project,” While Campbell stressed there’s no imminent threat of said Campbell. “When all is said and done, we will have failure, the situation is far from being resolved. “Our concern is what a heavy rain-producing event would likely invested more than $1 billion in repairs to the earthen do to the lake, and how quickly it might rise before we can embankment and associated structures to reduce the risk the release enough water to lower,” said Campbell. “One of the dike will fail.” (This story also can be found on Construction major problems with water management at the lake is that the inflows from runoff can exceed by a factor of six our Equipment Guide’s Web site at www.constructionequipability to send the water elsewhere under the current mentguide.com.) 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Knock Off Terex Cranes May Prove Risky for Operators Terex Cranes is tracking recent reports of counterfeit Terex crawler crane models originating from China. Similar to the incident reports of 2011, the Terex CC 2500-1 lattice boom crawler crane is the crane model of choice for the copycat manufacturers, according to the company. The units are assembled, branded and sold as used Terex cranes well under market value. Also, majority of the counterfeit crane models reported to Terex Cranes tend to be commonly painted red and use the manufacturer’s legacy Demag brand. The primary markets of concern in this most recent wave of crane pirating are the Asian countries of China, South Korea, Singapore, India and Pakistan. “We are aware of three different ‘designs’ of the CC 25001 crane on the market, and there are at least 9 or 10 fake cranes that have been sold, all originating from China,” said Klaus Meissner, director of product integrity of Terex The 982M wheel loader boasts a number of enhancements to the cab designed to sharply improve visibility. Cranes. “This is a serious situation, and, not only because this infringes on our intellectual property but, more importantly, it poses a serious safety risk for our customers. The use of these inferior, counterfeit cranes can result in deadly consequences.” While made to look like Terex units, these pirated cranes are often assembled with a blend of older and newer technology and components that were not designed to work together. These counterfeit cranes frequently exhibit poor CAT from page 32 weld quality, inferior steel structures and improperly fitted The Cat 299D skid tracks. Additionally, many of the safety components steer loader also designed into a genuine Terex crane are missing. was on display at the event. “Unfortunately going by serial number alone will not determine with certainty if the purchaser is buying a genuine Terex crane, as these plates can be fake as well,” added Meissner. “Many of the counterfeit cranes were purchased either without an onsite inspection or through an inspection conducted by an unqualified person.” Terex stressed the importance of conducting a thorough inspection of the used crane by a qualified individual prior to purchasing the machine, especially in the markets of concern. The safety of the company’s workers as well as individuals who happen to be in the area where the crane is operating depends on it. Terex has established a special e-mail address for customers to inquire about the authenticity of the Terex crane they have already purchased or are considering purchasing. Customers can e-mail terexcranes.brandcheck@terex.com with questions about a particular used crane model. The local sales teams (see http://www.terex.com/cranes/en/salesandsupport/Sales/index.htm) can be contacted as well. Meissner also offered one additional bit of advice to those entering the used crane market in Asian countries: “If the deal seems too good to be true, it probably is. Call us, and we will be happy to assist you in verifying that it is a genuine Scott Thomas shows how the 730C articu- Terex crane.”

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JCB Donates Machines for Filipino Disaster Relief Heavy equipment manufacturer ances can be simply plugged into JCB is responding to the Filipino these generators, they are ideal for typhoon disaster by donating powering medical equipment, machines and generators worth more fridges and microwaves. than $500,000 to assist in the afterJCB’s latest contribution follows a math of the catastrophe. series of other JCB machinery donaThe company is sending a fleet of tions in recent years to other parts of three 3CX backhoe loaders to help the world hit by natural disasters. In clean-up operations following 2004, JCB donated machines worth Typhoon Haiyan, one of the most more than $160 million to help in the powerful storms ever recorded on aftermath of the Asian Tsunami, with land and responsible for up to 2,500 JCB backhoes deployed to Thailand, casualties. In addition, JCB’s Filipino southern India, Sri Lanka and dealer, Camec, is providing more than JCB has a long history of donating machines to assist in disaster relief efforts. In this image, a Indonesia. In 2008, six backhoe load120 JCB electrical generators. JCB backhoe is at work in Tamil Nadu after the 2004 tsunami. ers worth more than $600,000 were The generators are already being donated to assist clean-up efforts in used to power community buildings, including hospitals and ing rescue workers is clearing roads in the affected areas, and the aftermath of an earthquake in Sichuan province in China. local authority premises. The JCB backhoes will be the JCB backhoe is exactly the right machine for removing In 2009, the company donated an excavator and a backdeployed in clean-up operations in the province of Tacloban debris.” hoe loader worth $250,000 to help the disaster relief effort in The versatile JCB backhoe loader is an ideal machine for City. JCB has a long history of helping countries affected by disaster situations due to its front shovel, which can be used the city of Padang following the devastating earthquake that major natural disasters, and this is the second time the com- as a bulldozer and rear excavator that not only can be used to struck off the Indonesian island of Sumatra. In 2010, JCB pany has sent aid to the Philippines. In 2006, JCB sent a fleet dig emergency drains, but also to crane heavy objects. The donated diggers worth $150,000 to help the disaster relief of 3CX backhoe loaders after Typhoon Reming hit the Bicol machine can travel from site to site under its own steam with effort in Haiti following the devastating earthquake that killed tens of thousands of people. The gift of two 3CX backno need for additional transport. region, destroying much of its infrastructure. JCB Power Products offers a comprehensive range of 170 hoe loaders was made in response to an appeal from relief “The human suffering and scenes of devastation in the Philippines have been heart-rending, and I hope JCB’s con- different generators ranging from 1 to 3300 kVA in both agencies for foreign aid. tribution to the relief effort will help, in some small way, diesel- and gasoline-powered models. The generators disFor more information, please visit www.jcb.com. those who are bearing the brunt of this disaster," said JCB patched to the disaster zone are all small gasoline models, (This story also can be found on Construction Equipment Chairman Lord Bamford. “One of the main challenges fac- which can be carried easily by two people. Because appli- Guide’s Web site at www.constructionequipmentguide.com.)

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measures in 2012, 55 per cent in 2011, 61 percent in 2010, 78 percent in 2008, 77 percent in 2007, 77 percent in 2006, 83 percent in 2005 and 76 percent in 2004. Of the 21 measures, one was statewide and 20 were local. Four of the five bond initiatives were approved by voters. Twelve ballot measures were for increasing, extending or renewing a sales tax for transportation purposes, and other measures addressed property taxes, a card room tax, and a transaction and use tax. In Maine’s statewide initiative, 72 percent of voters supported a $100 million transportation bond. It will finance $76 million for highway improvements, $27 million for bridges, $24 million for ports and rail, and $5 million for local governments. This bond also will leverage an additional $154 million from federal and state funds. Arizona voters considered several bond measures. In Mesa, voters approved Question 2, which will authorize $79 million in new general obligation bonds to pay for streets and highway improvement projects. Fountain Hills voters approved $8.2 million in general obligation bonds to also fund new road improvements. In Virginia, residents of Loudon County passed a $3.18 million bond to fund public

road projects. In California, four cities in Marin County — Corte Madera, Larkspur, San Rafael and San Anselmo — successfully passed sales tax increase ballot measures to fund transportation and other general services. Most notably, San Rafael’s Measure E — a proposal to extend the city’s one-half cent sales tax for 20 years while also implementing a .25 percent increase — will raise the city’s sales tax to 9.25 percent, making it the highest sales tax rate in the United States. In Cedar Rapids, Iowa, voters approved — with 62 percent support — a tax extension proposal to renew a one-cent local option sales tax to fund infrastructure projects for a ten-year period. This measure will use 100 percent of the new revenues to fund street maintenance, repair, construction and reconstruction projects. Transportation Funding and the New Jersey and Virginia Governor’s Races Transportation funding issues also played a significant role in the high profile Republican gubernatorial races in New Jersey and Virginia. New Jersey Republican Gov. Chris Christie, who in January 2011 laid out a fiveyear, $8 billion “pay-as-you-go” plan to fund road, bridge and transit projects in the state, won 60 percent of the vote in a landslide re-

election. Christie’s plan averted a looming 2012 transportation funding crisis, when the full $895 million the state collects annually from its gasoline tax would be needed to repay principal and interest on past work. In Virginia, where the candidates’ divergent views on transportation investment were a key campaign issue, the transportation advocate, Democrat Terry McAuliffe, beat Republican Ken Cuccinelli. Earlier this year, McAuliffe, a business executive and political fundraiser, lobbied the state’s legislature to support a bipartisan transportation funding package bolstered by new revenue that was being pushed by the current governor, Republican Bob McDonnell. Cuccinelli, the state’s attorney general, publicly lobbied against the package and, when it was approved by the state legislature, threatened to use the courts in an attempt to reverse it. During the campaign, McAuliffe supported — and Cuccinelli opposed — construction of major road and transit improvement projects in traffic-choked Northern Virginia. Ballot Initiatives Earlier in 2013 In addition to these November election results, ARTBA also tracked 16 ballot measures throughout the year — 82 percent were successfully approved by voters. The total value of these measures was $93 million. Six

of these ballot measures proposed increasing, extending or renewing a sales tax for transportation purposes, seven for property tax extensions and three were for bonds. In October 2013, Wake County, N.C., voters overwhelmingly approved $75 million in new bonds to fund transportation maintenance projects throughout the county. The transportation bond will be implemented in 2014, which also includes a 1.12-cent property tax increase. There were five ballot measures in Missouri, and all of these initiatives were approved by voters. Platte County voters approved the “Street Sales Tax” in April 2013. This measure renewed the .375 percent sales tax for the next ten years and the revenues will help fund transportation projects within the county — projects will include roads, bridges, drainage structures, and sidewalks. When compared to the results from the last 10 years, the 2013 elections prove that the public’s support for state and local transportation investment initiatives has gotten stronger. For more information, visit www.artba.org. (This story also can be found on Construction Equipment Guide’s Web site at www.constructionequipmentguide.com.)


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passion by the locals as the ones here in Charlotte regarding the Eastland Mall,” Wilson said. “We at EHG are proud to be part of this project. It’s a major event here in Charlotte.” Subcontractors for the project include a   and   capping   local plumber for disconnects ops; a local security guard company; TWD Trucking, a local hauler; and Novent Refrigerant Recovery from Florida for the recycling of the HVAC refrigerants. According to Wilson, all the heavy wrecking equipment is from Linder Equipment, and the small equipment is from Sunbelt. The track loader is from May Equipment. Equipment currently on site from Linder includes a Komatsu PC 490 excavator with shear; a PC 360 excavator with shear; and two PC 360 excavators with grapples. EHGowned equipment is a Hitachi 300 excavator with bucket and thumb. A Caterpillar 953 track loader is from May Equipment. From Sunbelt Rentals, the list includes a telescopic forklift with a 10,000-lb. (4,535.9 kg) rating, and six Bobcat skid steers with grapple attachments. EHG is using three of its stinger attachments. “As the project progresses, we will be adding to this arsenal with additional pieces of heavy wrecking equipment from Linder Equipment,” Wilson said.

The contract calls for the abatement of non-friable asbestos-containing materials and mold remediation, the installation and maintenance of erosion control and water run-off control operations and the demolition and removal of the mall, including the four anchor stores, out buildings and Firestone and Hollywood Video.

The Eastland Mall opened in 1975. At that time, it was the largest mall in North Carolina. It ceased operations in June 2010. EHG provides ACM abatement, mold remediation, selective demolition, structural demolition and implosion preparations. Offices are located in Raleigh, N.C., Charlotte, N.C., and Atlanta Ga. The company covers most of the southeastern United States. (This story also can be found on Construction Equipment Guide’s Web site at www.constructionequipmentguide.com.) CEG


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60 OR 80 BARREL PUP TO HAUL BEHIND WATER TRUCK CONTACT: STEVE KING PHONE: 5056321334 EMAIL: SKING@BADLANDSTRUCKINGCO.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. PERHAPS 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 –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– HYDROKAHN SG5000S HAMMER PARTS | MOIL CHISEL, PART#B0100020 AND RETAINERS, PART#B0100190. CONTACT: FRANK JENKINS PHONE: 609-624-9090, EXT. 209 FAX: 609-624-0957 EMAIL:FJENKINS@AGATECONSTRUCTION.NET –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– CATERPILLAR 205B HYDRAULIC PUMP | 1 X CAT 205B LC MAIN HYDRAULIC PUMP. PART NO : 8U4629 - LINDE HRP100 REMAN / NEW CONTACT: EDDIE PHONE: +27826970534 EMAIL: PARTS@TRAXGLOBAL.CO.ZA –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– CAT WHEEL LOADERS AND MOTOR GRADER | I NEED TO BUY CAT 936E, 950E, 966D 966E AND 980C ALSO NEED 14G AND 14H CAT MOTOR GRADER WITH RIPPER AND ORIGINAL PAINT I NEED TO BUY 5 MACHINE, PLEASE SEND ME YOUR OFFERS TO MY EMAIL. CONTACT: ABDAL SALEEM PHONE: 96638428312 FAX: 96663312326 EMAIL:HAJICONSTRUCTEST@GMAIL.COM –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– LOOKING TO BUY KAWASAKI WHEEL LOADERS 60Z, 65Z, 70Z, 80Z, 85Z, 90Z AND 95Z. (II, IV AND V) 1988 UPTO 2005 MODEL. PLEASE EMAIL ME PICTURES AND DETAILS. CONTACT: RIZ SUNESARA PHONE: 832-528-0786 FAX: 281-727-0415 EMAIL:RIZ@MEGAEQUIPMENTS.COM –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– NEEDED ALL THE TIME BULLDOZER D3AT D10 1995 AND UP ONLY USA USA NOT ADVERTISED PLEASE CONTACT: JEAN MAURICE BOUTIN PHONE: 1 450 346 8975 OR MOB 1 514 38 68975 EMAIL:JEANMAURICEBOUTIN@VIDEOT RON.CA ––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––


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ALEX LYON & SON AUCTIONEERS

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UPCOMING AUCTIONS ONE OWNER MULTI COMPANY AUCTION for FIORE CONSTRUCTION CO, INC. & FIORE TRUCKING RECYCLE & DISPOSAL, INC. & FITCHBURG RECYCLE & SALVAGE CENTER, INC. & F & Z CORP. FRIDAY, DECEMBER 6, 9:30 AM • 150 BENSON ST, FITCHBURG, MA 01420 INVENTORY OF EXCAVATION & CONSTRUCTION EQUIPMENT, REFUSE & RECYCLED MATERIALS, HANDLING & HAULING EQUIPMENT, TRUCKS & TRAILERS, YARD MGMT EQUIPMENT & FIXTURES, JOB SITE SUPPORT EQUIPMENT, MATERIALS, TOOLS, SUPPLIES & MORE PARTIAL LISTING: EXCAVATORS: Cat 312C, Erops, A/C, 20” Pads, 8’ Dip, w/Bodine 3 Over 2 Grapple, Hrs Read: 10,857, s/n CAE00715; Cat 307SSR, Cat 4032, Cab, Heat, Off Set Boom, 18” Rubber Tracks, 84” Blade, Hrs Read: 7693, s/n 2FL01388; Komatsu PF55L, 6 Cyl Isuzu, Cab, Heat, 2 Pc Boom w/Rotating Dip, Hrs Read: 2707, s/n 10162; 1995 Akerman EC300, Volvo Dsl, Erops, 30” Pads, 36” Bkt w/Teeth, Aux Hyd, Hrs Read: 12,591, s/n EC300V04787; Linkbelt 4300Q, Quantum Series, M11 Cummins, Erops, A/C, 32” Pads, 12’ Dip, Aux Hyd, 46” 3 Over 2 Demolition Grapple, Hrs Read: 11,698, s/n LE218-9521; 1989 Koehring 6644, 36” Pads, Repowered w/Cummins, s/n U359E961; Koehring 6644, Needs Boom Work, s/n 21046; Koehring 6625, Detroit 6 Cyl, 30” Track, Med Stick, s/n 708F62261420; 1989 Koehring 1066, V-12 Detroit, 36” Pads, 64” Bkt w/Teeth, Reach Boom, s/n 26028; Koehring 866, 8V-92 Detroit, 36” Pads, s/n 25012; Hitachi RX75UR, 24” Bkt w/Teeth, Off Set Boom, 18” Rubber Tracks, Blade, Hrs Read: 5867, s/n 10L6829; Hitachi EX50, s/n 10E-01420; Yanmar YB221UZ, Yanmar Dsl, 16” Bkt w/Teeth, 10” Rubber Track, No Canopy, Blade, s/n 16313; Samsung SE210 Mobile Excavator, Cummins, 36” Bkt w/Teeth, Hyd Q/C, Aux Hyd, Dual Tires, Front Outriggers, Blade, Hrs Read: 5946, s/n GBY0393; CRAWLER TRACTORS & LOADERS: 1999 Cat D6RXL, 3306 Cat Dsl, St Blade w/Tilt, Differential Steer, Hrs Read: 8881, s/n 5LN02222; 2000 Komatsu D38E, 4 Cyl Cummins, Orops, 15” Pads, 8’6” 6 Way Blade, Hrs Read: 2701, s/n 4740005P086358; RUBBER TIRED LOADERS: 1995 Case 621B, Cummins, Erops, Q/C BOCE Bkt, Aux Hyd, 17.5-25 16 Ply Tires, Hrs Read: 7310, s/n JEE0042808; Volvo L90B, s/n LB0V61752; Volvo L90C, Erops, Q/C BOCE Bkt, 20.5-25, s/n L90CV63204; 2004 Volvo L20UB, Volvo Dsl, Erops, Aux Hyd, 66” HD Grapple Bkt, Hrs Read: 13,530, s/n 1700580; TRACTOR LOADER BACKHOES: 1995 Case 580L, s/n JJG0219872; New Holland 555E, 4x4, E-Stick, 12” Digging Bkt, 88” Front BOCE Bkt, Front Aux Hyd, Hrs Read: 6900, s/n 031013865; SKID STEERS: 1998 Daewoo DSL801, 3 Cyl Daewoo Dsl, Orops, Aux Hyd, GP Bkt, Hrs Read: 2432, s/n AB00946; Bobcat 863, 4 Cyl Dsl, Erops, Aux Hyd, Dbl Piston 80” Grapple Bkt, Hrs Read: 3700, s/n 5154429142; Thomas 175, Kubota Dsl, Orops, Aux Hyd, Dbl Cyl Grapple Bkt, Solid Tires, Hrs Read: 4780, s/n B406/L0862; CRUSHING & SCREENING: Brown Lenox Jaw Crusher Mtd On T/A Chassis, 30”x16” Jaw, Cat Turbo Dsl, Hrs Read: 6140, s/n S1194, Vin #SL93018S4WP009004; LARGE GENSETS: Cat 125KW Skid Mtd Genset, 4 Cyl Cat, Hrs Read: 7122; MQ Whisperwatt DCA40S 40 KW Trailer Mtd Genset, Isuzu Dsl, Hrs Read: 9923, s/n 3311596; Cat CT-60 Trailer Mtd Genset, Cat 3054, Hrs Read: 7238, s/n 2020869, Fire Damaged; COMPACTORS & ROLLERS: Hypac C747B 47” Dbl Drum Vib Roller, 2 Cyl Deutz Dsl, Orops, Hrs Read: 1876, s/n 101170515849; BOOM LIFTS: 1996 Marklift CH80C Telescopic Manlift, Cummins, 4x4, 15-19.5 Foam Filled Tires, s/n 1996-7130; ROUGH TERRAIN FORKLIFTS: Liftall HT100D-Tow Rough Terrain Forklift, JD Dsl, Orops, 10K Lb Cap, 30’ High Triple Mast, 6’ Forks, Side Shift, s/n 77349; BALER & SORTING SYSTEM (Subject To Confirmation): 2001 IPS (International Press & Shear) AT965HS100 Baler, s/n 3073; 2003 Lubo Veenwood Screening & Recycling System; TUB GRINDER: Universal Refiner M60-28P6 Tub Grinder Mtd On Tri-Axle Chassis, 480v Electric, Olympic Grapple Loader; WOOD GRINDER: 1997 Proto Grind 1200 Wood Grinder Mtd On T/A

Chassis, 6 Cyl Cat, 340 HP, Horizontal Grinder w/Rebuilt Mill & Hammers, 58” Off Conveyor, s/n 97029; Jeffrey 32”x60” Type B3 Wood Grinder Mtd On T/A Trailer, s/n 3267; BUCKETS & ATTACHMENTS: Lemac Concrete Cruncher; Teledyne 7500 Lb Hyd Hammer; LaBounty 60HDR 3 Over 2 Demo Grapple, s/n 16354; (2) Concrete Crunchers; Cutler Hammer 36” Magnet; 48” ACS Forks For Loader; Misc Excavator Buckets; TRUCK TRACTORS: 1999 Mack CH613 T/A Tractor, E7-427, 18 Sp, 20K F, 52K F, Wet System, 22.5 F Tires, 24.5 R Tires, Miles Read: 290,000, Vin #1M1AA18Y9XW094484; 2000 Peterbilt 379 T/A Tractor, Cat 3406, 10 Sp, 12K F, 38K, Wetline, Air Ride, 22.5R, Miles Read: 566,597, Vin #1XP5DB9X5YN485733; 1992 Peterbilt 379 T/A Tractor, 60 Series Detroit, 10 Sp, 12K F, 40K R, 36” Sleeper, Miles Read: 425,000, Vin #1XP5DR9X9NN321560; TRI & T/A DUMPS: 1998 Diamond Reo 12064DB Tri-Axle Dump, Cummins N-14, 435 HP, 18 Sp, 20K F, 46K R, Spring Susp, J&J 17’x5’ Heated Steel Body w/Elec Tarp, Miles Read: 784,000, Vin #1D9FC6182W1309011; ROLLOFF TRUCKS: 1997 Volvo ACL64B T/A Rolloff, 60 Series Detroit, 20K F, 46K R, w/22’ Marathon Rolloff Body w/60 LB Hoist, Vin #4V5SCBRF6VR517230; 1996 Autocar ACL64B T/A Rolloff Truck, 60 Series Detroit, Eaton Auto, 15K F, 46K R, Air Ride, w/Marathon 22’ Rolloff Body w/60K Lb Hoist, Miles Read: 137,000, Vin #4V5SCBRF1VR517233; REFUSE TRUCKS: 1995 Mack MR688S Tri-Axle Refuse Truck, Dsl, Auto, w/Heil 612-2642 28 Yd Front Load Packer Body, Vin #1M2K195C7SM006267; 2006 Peterbilt 320 T/A Refuse Truck, Cummins ISM280, Allison Auto, 20K F, 46K R, Cushion Susp, w/EZ Pack 25 Yd Rear Load Body, Miles Read: 73,041, Vin #1NPZL00X36D716803; 2006 Peterbilt 320 T/A Refuse Truck, Cummins ISM280, Allison Auto, 20K F, 46K R, Cushion Susp, w/EZ Pack 25 Yd Rear Load Body, Miles Read: 154,128, Vin #1NPZL00X26D716694; 2004 Peterbilt 320 T/A Refuse Truck, 3126 Cat, Allison Auto 366, 15K F, 40K R, Spring Susp, A/C, w/Leach 2RTT 31 Yd Rear Load Body, Dual Steer, Miles Read: 236,000, Vin #1NPZLD9X840715136; 2000 Volvo WX64 T/A Refuse Truck, Cummins ISM305, Allison Auto, 18K F, 46K R, Spring Susp, w/Leach 2RTT 25 Yd Rear Load Body, Vin #4V2DC2UE7YN232553; 2001 Volvo T/A Refuse Truck, Cummins ISM280, Allison Auto, 20K F, 46K R, w/Leach 2RTT 25 Yd Rear Load Body, Miles Read: 126,544, Vin #4V2HC6UE3IN317436, Needs Work; RECYCLING TRUCKS: 2003 Freightliner Condor T/A Recycling Truck, Cummins ISL330, Allison Auto, 20K F, 46K R, Cushion Susp, w/White Express 35Yd Side Load Body, Miles Read: 96,542, Vin #1FVHCECY33RL88702; 2002 Volvo WXLL64 T/A Recycling Truck, Cummins ISM280, Allison Auto, 20K F, 46K R, Spring Susp, w/Labrie Expert 2000 25 Yd Side Load Body, Dual Steer, Miles Read: 38,390, Vin #4V2HC6UE12N330879; 2002 Volvo WXLL64 T/A Recycling Truck, Cummins ISM280, Allison Auto, 20K F, 46K R, Spring Susp, w/Labrie Expert 2000 25 Yd Side Load Body, Dual Steer, Miles Read: 57,345, Vin #4V2HC6UE82N330880, Needs Work; 2001 Peterbilt 320 T/A Recycling Truck, 3116 Cat, Allison Auto, 20K F, 46K R, Spring Susp, A/C, w/Labrie Expert 2000 Side Load Body, Miles Read: 63,467, Vin #1NPZLT0X32D713668; 2000 CCC S/A Recycling Truck, Cat 3306, Allison Auto, 12K F, 26K R, w/McClain EZ Pack 30 Yd Side Load Body, Dual Steer, Hrs Read: 3880, Miles Read: 60,324, Vin #1CYCAB483YT044511; TRAILERS: 1999 East 100 Yd Live Floor Trailer,

Alum Body, Barn Door, Vin #1E1U1XX289XRB26749; Belshe 12 Ton TagAlong, Air Brakes, 8’ Wide Deck, Beaver Tail, Ramps, Vin #16JF01827H1018304; Hudson T/A Tag-Along w/Ramps, Air Brakes; Belshe T-10 T/A Tag-Along w/Ramps, Vin #021039; Centerville T/A Tag-Along; S/A Tag-Along Trailer; Misc Aluminum Van Trailers For Storage; Misc Tow Behind Trailers; SERVICE & UTILITY TRUCKS: 1988 Ford Super Duty Service Truck, Dsl, 4 Sp O/D, 2020 Crane, Hyd Pwd, Fuel & Lube System, Compressor, Vin #2FBLF47M1KCA22124; FLEET VEHICLES: 2000 Ford F250, 7.3L Dsl, Auto, 2 WD, Ext Cab, Ladder Rack, Miles Read: 284,600, Vin #1FDNX20F5YEA17601; 2000 Ford F250, 7.3L Dsl, Auto, 2 WD, Ext Cab, 8’ Body, Miles Read: 293,000, Vin #1FDNX20F7YEAR17602; INDUSTRIAL FORKLIFTS: Komatsu F645T-5 Industrial Forklift, Orops, LP Pwd, Triple Stage, Side Shift, 48” Forks, 9:0-15 Cushion Tires, s/n 42033A; 2004 Hyster H50FT T/A Industrial Forklift, Orops, LP Pwd, Triple Mast, Side Shift, 48” Forks, Cushion Tires, Hrs Read: 3491, s/n L177B24244F; Clark C-500 Industrial Forklift, LP Pwd, Triple Mast, s/n 6375FA; PUMPS: Godwin CD100 4” Pump, 3 Cyl Yanmar, Hrs Read: 859, s/n 924579-8; WELDERS: (2) Miller Deltaweld 302 CV-DC Wire Feed Welders; Miller Millermatic 300 Mig Welder; (2) Miller MP30E Wire Feed Welders; Miller 70 Welder; COMPRESSORS: Atlas Copco XAS90 Tag-Along Compressor, JD Dsl, 185 CFM, Hrs Read: 2747; METAL FABRICATION: Twin-Disc 12FN150 12’ Press Brake, s/n 76642; Omada Band Saw; Carolina HD10 Steel Blade Band Saw; RECYCLING EQUIPMENT: Nelmor G12295 Plastic Shredder, s/n 73105581; Columbia Metal Shredder; (2) KMF HL600L Cardboard Balers, s/n G21952049; Cives HP50 Cardboard Baler, s/n 0050; Wortex C10 Plastic Granulator, s/n GT1005; Amacoil Type GK640KVO No. 60229 Granulator; SURVEYING EQUIPMENT: Berger 54-140B Transit Level; Bunce 22051 Transit Level; (2) Mark Green CST Laser Transit; Beam Aligner 2700 Laser Transit; Spectra Physics DGSII Dialgrade Transit; Spectra DC511 Laser; Bunce Laser; TRENCH & SHORING BOXES & ROAD PLATES: (20+/-) Steel Road Plates; Misc Trench Boxes; Shoring RB-6HD Stone Box; CONSTRUCTION MATERIALS & PIPE: Misc Structural Steel; Sheathing; Granite To Be Sold In Commercial Lots; EQUIPMENT & TRUCK PARTS & COMPONENTS: 21’ Rolloff Flatbed w/Winch; Misc Equipment Parts & Components; SUPPORT EQUIPMENT: Simpson King Brute KB3030 Pressure Washer, 5 Hp B&S Gas, 3800 psi, s/n 05100340; Toro 52” Zero Turn Front Deck Rider Mower; Banding Unit; Misc Submersible Pumps; Wacker DPU6055 Reversible Compactor; Hyd Power Unit; Electric Portable Mixer; Coleman 6200 Watt Portable Generator; Kawasaki 3” Gas Pwd Water Pump; Tension Master 351 Hyd Power Unit; Husqvarna 460 Rancher Chain Saw; Target Walk Behind Concrete Saw; (3) Wacker WP1500 Plate Compactors; Wacker 3” Trash Pump; Tapping Unit; 24” & 30” Test Plugs; Honda Pwd Cement Mixer; Case Dbl Drum Walk Behind Roller; Loading Ramp Electric Lift; Kubota Generator; Job Boxes; Fuel Service Tank; Gas Pwd Fuel Transfer Pump; 4x4 Platform Scale; Tool Boxes; Misc Pumps; Confined Space Air Quality Tester; Stihl Power Broom; Gas Tester; Milwaukee Angle Drill; Simpson P22 Shot Gun; Torch Kit; Pipe Lifting Clamp; Firewood; AND MORE!

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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 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.

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es deployed in the oilfield. Exhibit space has been expanded and refined, a Safety Congress component has been added, industry-specific training are being offered, and completed with the Fall Technical Conference and Oilfield Symposium – bringing the decision makers, industry professionals, and suppliers together at one very impressive venue. The 2013 Oilfield Expo and Safety Congress will kick off with the Oilfield Expo Welcome Reception at the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame 1100 Rock and Roll Blvd., Cleveland, OH 44114 (East Ninth Street at Lake Erie) from 7:00 to 11:00 PM on Tuesday, December 3rd. For more information on this event, you may call the OOGA office at 614/824-3901. NORTHERN GREEN EXPO 2014 – January 8, 9 & 10, 2014 Minneapolis Convention Center/NorthernGreenExpo.org This year’s trade show features over 825 booths in a 178,000 square foot exhibit hall. For a full listing of exhibitors please visit the Northern Green Expo website Vendor Directory. Wednesday, January 8, 2014 from 10:30 AM to 5:00 PM Thursday, January 9, 2014 from 9:30 AM to 5:00 PM Friday, January 10, 2014 from 9:30 AM to 1:00 PM Interested in exhibiting at the show? Contact Mary Dunn at 651/633-4987; and you may call the Northern Green Expo office directly toll free: 888/886-6652.

CENTS SHOW, Columbus, Ohio The Central Environmental Nursery Trade Show is a special kind of show that is going to be organized from January 13 to 15, 2014 at the Greater Columbus Convention Center in Columbus, Ohio. CENTS is one of the very different kinds of an event that provide the latest technologies of green industry. This event comprises different set of programs which will take place in the span of three days. It can be the right place to plan out something very serious, something related to tradition and For more information, please contact AGC of St. Louis, 6330 innovation in the field of nursery and green industry. The Knox Industrial Drive, Suite 200, St. Louis, MO - Phone: CENTS Marketplace is managed by the Ohio Nursery & 314/781-2356; Fax: 314/781-2874. Landscape Association (ONLA). To reserve your booth for this For more information, AGC of Minnesota – Transportation Construction and Grading event, please call 800/825-5062. please call ONLA Headquarters main phone: 614/899-1195 Innovations Forum th Attend the 6 annual Transportation Construction Grading and Main Fax: 614/899-9489. Innovations Forum on December 5 and hear about current projects, learn the latest in technology and environmental AED CONDEX, Houston, Texas requirements, and meet with MnDOT representatives from CONDEX 2014: January 15 to 17, 2014 at the George R. around the state. You may contact Denise Woods, CMP, Brown Convention Center, Houston, Texas Show Location: Exhibit Hall E Director, Communications & Events at 800-552-7670 (toll free); 651/796-2186 (direct) or go to Thanks to all of our 2013 Exhibitors! We look forward to seeing you in Houston, Texas in 2014! www.agcmn.org for more information. There’s no time like the present to prepare for CONDEX 2014. Minnesota Department of Human Rights . Introduce your company, products or services to potential 2013 Human Rights Symposium Sessions new distributors Thursday, December 5, 2013 . Enhance your brand image or identity An Equal Opportunity Employer - Minnesota Department of . Improve your competitive position in the marketplace Human Rights, Freeman Building, 625 Robert Street North, . Network with your current distributors Saint Paul, MN 55155 . Introduce new products or services to existing distributors Phone: 651/539-1100 Toll Free: 800/657-3704 Each year the industry’s top executives gather at the AED Fax: 651/296-9042 Summit & CONDEX Trade Show as the only show in the industry dedicated strictly to equipment distribution. AGC of Minnesota’s TOYS FOR TOTS Success is all about partners and CONDEX is your chance to Once again, we will be collecting for Toys for Tots at the create dialogue and build sound business relationships. Annual Meeting and holiday reception. New toys, games and QUESTIONS? Contact Sandy Brassel at 630/468-5126. books, as well as cash and checks, will be greatly appreciated. Checks should be made out to “Toys for Tots.” There will WORLD OF CONCRETE (WOC) 2014, Las Vegas Convention be cash jars available at registration and on the bars during Center, Las Vegas, NV the reception. Checks can also be mailed to Jane Sanem at January 21 to 24, 2014 - Celebrating 40 Years of Industry AGC. For more information, contact Denise Woods, CMP, Excellence…WOC is the industry’s only annual international Director, Communications & Events at 800/552-7670 (toll event dedicated to the commercial concrete and masonry confree); 651/796-2186 (direct). struction industries showcasing leading industry suppliers. WOC features innovative tools, construction machinery, conMinnesota Nursery & Landscape Association (MNLA) struction equipment, safety training courses and training, techSuper Tuesday: Landscape Lighting Design & Technology (PLT nologies and unlimited networking opportunities to give you Relicensure) new ways to sustain and grow your business. World of Date: January 7, 2014 Concrete is considered by many to be one of the top shows in Time: 8:00 AM CST to 5:00 PM CST the industry. The outdoor exhibit areas, including the hugely Location: Minneapolis Convention Center, 1301 2nd Avenue S., popular Artistry in Decorative Concrete, make World of Concrete Minneapolis, MN THE event to attend in 2014. WOC attracts approximately Please note: Advance Registration is required for Super Tuesday pro- 1,300 exhibitors and occupies more than 500,000 square feet grams. No onsite registration will be taken for Super Tuesday. Class of indoor and outdoor exhibit space. For more information, you # 20130421…this class provides a total of eight hours of continu- may contact Tom Cindric, Vice President at 972/536-6371 or ing education credits for the Power Limited technician license, with Jackie James, Director at 972/536-6379. material orientated specifically towards the landscape lighting specialist. You may contact the MNLA at 651/633-4987 for more information. MICHIGAN INFRASTRUCTURE TRANSPORTATION ASSOCIATION (MITA) 2014 MITA ANNUAL CONFERENCE Minnesota Nursery & Landscape Association (MNLA) MNLA CEO Symposium – Workforce 2020: Preparing for What Dates: January 22 to 24, 2014; Soaring Eagle Casino & Resort, Mt. Pleasant, MI (and Who) the Future will Bring Begins JAN 22, 2014 at 8 AM Date: January 7, 2014 Ends JAN 24, 2014 at 12 AM Time: 4:00 PM CST to 8:30 PM CST Location: Hyatt Regency Hotel, 1300 Nicollet Mall, Minneapolis, MN For more information, please contact MITA offices at 517/347In order to position your organization to attract top talent, drive break- 8336 throughs, and serve customers better, employers need to understand and prepare for the evolution of the workforce. In this presentation, OMEDA 2014 POWER SHOW CEO’s will learn about the chief workforce indicators of change, how JANUARY 24, 25 & 26, 2014 to position their companies to be innovative and responsive to these OHIO EXPO CENTER, COLUMBUS, OHIO changes to attract top talent and win in the marketplace. Presented Friday…Saturday…Sunday…9 AM to 4 PM by Sarah Sladek, Founder and CEO of XYZ University and a renowned Power Show Ohio is a major event of its kind in the region. The speaker who delivers clear value to audiences committed to bridging event showcases everything falling in the purview of the generational gap and creating sustainable organizations. For Agricultural Equipment, Construction Equipment and Outdoor more information on this Symposium, you may contact the MNLA at Power Equipment. The event brings to the table the various developments and advancements made in this field. The show 651/633-4987. having such a vast area of expertise has a wide appeal among a varied section of business community. Power Show Ohio OOGA Oilfield Expo 2013 can be seen as a trend setter as this event sets a bench mark 2013 Oilfield Expo and Safety Congress for future development and research in the industry. The event Date: December 3 – 5, 2013 having such a massive appeal in the visitors as well as International Exhibition (IX) Center exhibitors community it acts as the perfect platform for new Cleveland, Ohio The 2012 Oilfield Expo was a success! We’ve listened, and are product launches, networking and building new business preparing to assure that 2013 will be better than ever. The opportunities. Power Show Ohio is sponsored by the OhioOOGA Oilfield Expo is the largest event of its kind in the eastern Michigan Equipment Dealers Association, P. O. Box 68, United States. The I-X Center is an impressive facility, unique- Dublin, OH 43017. For more information, please call ly capable of housing the wide array of equipment and servic- 614/889-1309 or Email: dalford@amglicusa.com.


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ARTBA Stresses Importance of Future P3 Project Agreements P3 from page 1

monwealth’s P3 statute. P3s have become a useful tool in helping cash-strapped states meet the public’s growing transportation needs. ARTBA stressed that, if allowed to stand, the lower court’s holding would prevent Virginia from entering into future P3 project agreements and also potentially put existing projects relying on tolls at risk. A number of other states have P3 enabling legislation that is structured similarly to the Virginia law, and ARTBA voiced concern that the lower court ruling, if upheld, could foster challenges in other states. The ruling represents an unqualified victory for the U.S. transportation construction and Virginia’s P3 community in that it allows work on a major infrastructure improvement project to proceed and pre-

serves the state’s existing tolling methods. Also, ARTBA hopes the court’s decision sends a signal that unwarranted challenges to P3 legislation in other states will be overturned in a similarly swift and absolute manner.

The ruling represents an unqualified victory for the U.S. transportation construction and Virginia’s P3 community…

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KOBELCO CONST MACH AMERICA LLC ....................................77 KOMATSU AMERICA CORP................................................34,35,67 KOMATSU FINANCIAL ..................................................................14 KUBOTA SVL..................................................................................75 KUHN EQUIPMENT SALES INC ..................................................17 LEEBOY ....................................................................................60,61 LINDER INDUSTRIAL MACHINERY CO ......................................59 LMI INC TENNESSEE....................................................................39 MAULDIN PAVING PRODUCTS ....................................................54 MAXIMUM GROUP ........................................................................16 MAY HEAVY EQUIPMENT ..............................................................5 MINNICH MANUFACTURING ........................................................62 MOBILE TRACK SOLUTIONS ......................................................33 MOTLEY'S AUCTION & REALTY GROUP ....................................90 NPK CONSTRUCTION EQUIPMENT INC ....................................29 PAC SOUTH ..................................................................................24 PETROWSKY AUCTIONEEERS INC FITCHBURG MA....................................................................89 PINNACLE CENTRAL CO..............................................................33 PINNACLE CRANES......................................................................11 POWERSCREEN ..........................................................................81 RING POWER CRANE ....................................................................6 RITCHASON AUCTIONEERS LEBANOPN TN ......................................................................92 RITCHIE BROS. AUCTIONEERS ............................................86,95 ROAD BUILDERS MACHINERY....................................................26 ROAD RUNNER CONSTRUCTION ..............................................16 ROSCO MFG CO ..........................................................................51 SAKAI AMERICA INC ....................................................................52 SITECH MID-ATLANTIC ................................................................22 SOLESBEES EQUIP & ATTACHMENTS ......................................24 TAKEUCHI ......................................................................................82 TOWMASTER INC ........................................................................41 TRACTOR TRACS INC ..................................................................64 TRENCH SHORING SERVICES....................................................14 UNITED RENTALS ........................................................................23 VOLVO COMPACTION ..................................................................58 VOLVO CONSTRUCTION EQUIPMENT ......................................79 WHITE OAK EQUIPMENT INC......................................................15 WIRTGEN AMERICA ................................................................56,57 XL TRAILERS ................................................................................41 YANMAR AMERICA ......................................................................83

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