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Alafia Project Takes Shape on Waterfront By Cindy Riley

CEG CORRESPONDENT Wayne Brothers Goes Cat Shopping…8

Trekker Tractor Adds Dynapac to the Mix…10

A three-phase construction project near downtown Tampa has crews putting in long hours to complete the first stage of a $100 million project that’s won the endorsement of The Sierra Club. Located on the Alafia River in Hillsborough County, the apartments of The Preserve are part of a mixed-use master plan spearheaded by Garrison Developer Group. The buildings are situated in a park-like setting with more than 1,200 ft. of waterfront and a 3,000-ft. frontage on the 80-acre Alafia River nature preserve and wildlife conservation area. “We have saved a lot of trees on site and left the riverfront as an amenity for the entire project, not just a few units,” said Rey Ortega, president of Garrison Developer Group. “This was done by going vertical, with three of the buildings being five-story with Photo courtesy of Garrison Developer Group of Florida covered parking. The Sierra Club understood this property would ultimately be developed, and supported our plan because they The Preserve at Alafia will contain half-a-dozen different units types rang-

ing in size from 708 sq. ft. studios to apartment homes just under 1,200 sq. ft.

see ALAFIA page 26

JCB Aids Pakistani Flood Victims…14

Table of Contents ............4 Truck & Trailer Section .... ..................................31-33 Crushing, Screening & Recycling Section ....37-45

ALDOT Sees End to Series Obama Promotes of Grade, Drain Projects $50B Jobs Plan By Brenda Ruggiero CEG CORRESPONDENT

The last in a series of grade and drain projects in Mississippi along Corridor V in the 2nd Division is currently under way. The final result will tie the Mississippi portion of Corridor V to I-65 near Decatur/Huntsville. The termini of Corridor V are I-55 in

Batesville, Miss. and I-24 west of Chattanooga, Tenn. The contract amount for this particular project is $14 million, and was awarded by the Alabama Department of Transportation (ALDOT) to W.S. Newell & Sons Inc., Montgomery, Ala. The project manager is Tim Harris. The project covers 7.425 mi.

Parts ..............................47 Auction Section ......58-67 Business Calendar ........64 Advertisers Index ..........66

The view looking west along Cedar Creek bridge.

see LANES page 22

By Darlene Superville

ASSOCIATED PRESS WRITER

MILWAUKEE (AP) President Barack Obama rolled out a long-term jobs program Sept. 6 that would exceed $50 billion to rebuild roads, railways and runways, and coupled it with a blunt campaignseason assault on Republicans for causing Americans’ hard economic times. Republican leaders instantly assailed Obama’s proposal as an ineffective one that would simply raise already excessive federal spending. Many congressional Democrats also are likely to be reluctant to boost expenditures and increase federal deficits just weeks before elections that will determine control of Congress. A spokesman of Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid, Jim Manley, cautioned, “If we are going to get anything done, Republican cooperation, which has see PLAN page 58


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2004 John Deere 310SG, #U003296, 1945 hours, 4X4, CAB/AC, MP bucket, couplers, 2 rear buckets................................................................................................................$48,900 2006 John Deere 310SG, #U03291, 2619 hours, ROPS, 4X4, MP bucket 24” rear bucket, 2 LVR ............................................................................................................................$38,500

2004 John Deere 120C, #U044047, 3824 hours, Mech thumb, 36” bkt ..REDUCED $77,000 2004 John Deere 120C, #U044049, 6225 hours, Mech thumb, 36” bkt ..REDUCED $59,000 2005 John Deere 160C LC, #U045023, 4440 hrs, Mech thumb, 42” bkt..REDUCED $69,000 2006 John Deere 160C LC, #U045022, 1938 hours, Mech thumb, PT warranty until 2/16/11 or 5000 hrs ..................................................................................................$89,000 2006 John Deere 200C LC, #U046222, 4378 hours, Hyd thumb, PT warranty until 4/19/11 ..................................................................................................................................$87,000 2006 John Deere 200C LC, #U046231, 3100 hours, 50’ Long Reach Front, PT warranty .... ................................................................................................................................$129,850 2007 John Deere 200C LC, #U046234, 2340 hours, Hyd thumb............................$105,000 2007 John Deere 200C LC, #U046238, 1440 hours, 9'6" stick, aux hydraulics, exc cond .... ................................................................................................................................$104,000 2009 John Deere 200D LC, #U046228, 860 hrs, Excellent! Like NEW ..REDUCED $162,000 2003 John Deere 330C LC, #U048035, 7450 hours ................................REDUCED $74,000 2006 John Deere 350D LC, #U048044, 4390 hours ..............................................$135,000 2007 John Deere 350D LC, #U048045, 3590 hours ..............................................$149,000 2008 John Deere 350D LC, #U048041, 2470 hours ..............................................$184,000

DOZERS 2004 John Deere 450H , #U024123, 1432 hours, ROPS, LGP ................................$47,000 2004 John Deere 650H , #U026055, 3900 hours, ROPS, LGP ................................$39,500 2006 John Deere 650J, #U026059, 4800 hours, ROPS, LGP, 24” pads, 120” blade $53,000 2006 John Deere 700J, #U027061, 2550 hours, ROPS, LGP, PT warranty until 4/12/11 ...... ..................................................................................................................................$89,000 2007 John Deere 700J, #U027065, 2250 hours, CAB/AC, LGP PT warranty until 7/13/10 .... ................................................................................................................................$105,000 2005 John Deere 700J, #U027071, 3725 hours, ROPS, LGP 132” blade ................$69,500 2007 Caterpillar D3G, #U029146, 973 hours, CAB/AC, LGP ....................................$58,000 2005 Caterpillar D5N, #U029147, 5058 hours, ROPS, LGP ....................REDUCED $55,000 2005 Caterpillar D6R, #U029151, 9704 hours, CAB/AC, LGP, 6 way blade ..............$90,000

ROLLERS 2006 Sakai SV201TB, #UR20001, 1200 hours, padfoot ..........................................$31,900 2008 Sakai SV201TB, #UR20002, 500 hours, 54” padfoot roller w/warranty ..........$38,000 2008 John Deere 120D, #U044054, 36” bucket .... 2008 Sakai SV201TB, #UR20003, 550 hours, 54” padfoot roller w/warranty ..........$38,000 ..................................................................$94,250 2007 Sakai SV505T, #UR50000, 632 hours, 84” padfoot roller ................................$69,900

ARTIC TRUCKS 2000 John Deere 250C, #U025015, 7832 hours ......................................................$36,000 2005 John Deere 250D, #UT25013, 5040 hours, 25 ton MT..................REDUCED $129,000 2005 John Deere 250D, #UT25014, 5340 hours, 25 ton MT ....................................$99,000 2005 John Deere 400D, #UT40024, 6945 hours, 40 ton MT..................REDUCED $159,000

WHEEL LOADERS 1999 John Deere TC54H, #U035082, 7360 hours, bkt, coupler & forks ..REDUCED $53,000 2005 John Deere 544J, #U035081, 6200 hours, Cab, Z-bar, 1.3 yd bucket ............$64,000 2005 John Deere 544J, #U035075, 2540 hours, HiViz Coupler, bkt, PT ..REDUCED $85,000 2006 John Deere 544J, #U035083, 2980 hours ......................................................$94,000 2007 John Deere 544J, #U035085, 2600 hours ....................................................$109,000 2008 John Deere 544J, #U035080, 2300 hours, foam filled tires, PT warranty until 5/23/11 ................................................................................................................................$116,000 2007 John Deere 644J, #U036074, 1670 hours, 4.5 yd bucket, Ride Control, Front diff lock ................................................................................................................................$146,500

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2007 John Deere 644J, #U036074, 1670 hours, 4.5 yd bucket, Ride Control, Front diff lock ............ ................................................................$146,500

2006 John Deere 200C LC, #U046231, 3100 hours, 50’ Long Reach Front, PT warranty .............. ................................................................$129,850

2005 Takeuchi TL140, #UC10017, 1480 hour, rubber tracks, GP bucket, OROPS, good condition ...... ..................................................................$29,500

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Your VOLVO dealer in The Carolinas • Georgia • Alabama • East Tennessee ASPHALT/PAVING/CONCRETE EQUIP. 2007 INGERSOLL-RAND PF2181, 1212 Hrs ..................................$$225,000 1999 BLAW-KNOX PF161, 9711 Hrs ................................................$$27,000 2007 VOLVO PF6170, 994 Hrs ......................................................$$255,000

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

COMPACTION-SMOOTH DRUM

2006 VOLVO L60E, Stk# 1010420T, 2205 Hrs..................................$$78,000

WHEEL LOADERS (2) 2008 VOLVO L20B, 548-649 Hrs..........................................$$52,000 Ea. 2007 VOLVO L25, 1617 Hrs..............................................................$$38,000 2005 VOLVO L45B, 4070 Hrs ..........................................................$$42,000 2009 VOLVO L60E, 731 Hrs............................................................$$128,000 (2) 2005 VOLVO L70E, 6322-14,500 Hrs ..........................$$50,000-$85,000 2004 VOLVO L90E, 10366 Hrs..........................................................$$86,000 2006 VOLVO L90E, 10600 Hrs..........................................................$$82,500 (3) 2009 VOLVO L70F, 675-1646 Hrs ............................$$132,000-$142,000 2007 VOLVO L90F, 1995 Hrs ..........................................................$$133,000 2008 VOLVO L90F, 180 Hrs ............................................................$$168,000 2009 VOLVO L90F, 1488 Hrs ..........................................................$$152,000 2007 VOLVO L110F, 2348 Hrs ........................................................$$130,000 2008 VOLVO L110F, 4610 Hrs ........................................................$$136,000 2009 VOLVO L110F, 791 Hrs ..........................................................$$225,000 2008 VOLVO L120F, 1411 Hrs ........................................................$$215,000 2009 VOLVO L120F, 1065 Hrs ........................................................$$225,000 2010 VOLVO L120F, 229 Hrs ..........................................................$$250,000 2007 VOLVO L150F, 6802 Hrs ........................................................$$167,500 2008 VOLVO L150F, 1677 Hrs ........................................................$$240,000 (2) 2009 VOLVO L150F, 920-1884 Hrs ..........................$$260,000-$270,000 2010 VOLVO L180F, 1052 Hrs ........................................................$$345,000 2008 VOLVO L220F, 4042 Hrs ........................................................$$310,000

2008 VOLVO DD16, 50 Hrs ..............................................................$$32,000 2008 VOLVO DD31HF, 1327 Hrs ......................................................$$38,000 2008 VOLVO DD90HF, 616 Hrs ......................................................$$120,000 2008 VOLVO DD118HF, 763 Hrs ....................................................$$146,000 2008 VOLVO DD138HF, 1270 Hrs ..................................................$$128,000 (3) 2007 VOLVO SD77DX, 72-461 Hrs ..............................$ $66,000-$85,000 (3) 2006 VOLVO SD116DX, 809-1036 Hrs ......................$$75,000-$105,000 (4) 2007 VOLVO SD116DX, 58-1051 Hrs ......................$$105,000-$106,000 2006 BOMAG BW213DH, 588 Hrs....................................................$$82,000 2007 BOMAG BW177D-3, 116 Hrs ..................................................$$85,000 2007 BOMAG BW124DH-3, 3 Hrs ....................................................$$51,000 2007 BOMAG BW145D-3, 114 Hrs ..................................................$$53,000 2007 BOMAG BW211D-40, 501 Hrs ................................................$$87,000 (2) 2005 HYPAC C840C, 359-1128 Hrs ............................$$60,000-$67,000 2006 HYPAC C766C, 32 Hrs ..........................................................$$101,000 2007 HYPAC C778B, 265 Hrs ........................................................$$126,000 2007 HYPAC C815C, 1 Hrs ..............................................................$$52,000 2007 HYPAC C830C, 5 Hrs ..............................................................$$86,000 1999 HYPAC C842C, 1 Hrs ............................................................$$103,500 2007 HYPAC C840C, 263 Hrs ..........................................................$$91,000 2005 INGERSOLL-RAND SD122DX, 800 Hrs ..................................$$94,000 2005 INGERSOLL-RAND DD138HFA, 1399 Hrs ..............................$$49,000 1999 WACKER RD25, 2498 Hrs ........................................................$$8,000

2002 VOLVO A30D, Stk# 13101008, 8362 Hrs ................................$$92,500

OFF HIGHWAY TRUCKS 1999 VOLVO A25C, 10,096 Hrs ........................................................$$65,000 (7) 2007 VOLVO A25D, 2687-4054 Hrs ........................$$169,000-$290,000 2008 VOLVO A25E, 2356 Hrs ........................................................$$248,000 2003 VOLVO A30D, 5347 Hrs ........................................................$$235,000 (7) 2007 VOLVO A30D, 3240-4413 Hrs ........................$$220,000-$270,000 (2) 2006 VOLVO A35D, 4572-5536 Hrs ........................$$250,000-$275,000 2004 VOLVO A40D, 11850 Hrs ......................................................$$115,000 (6) 2007 VOLVO A40D, 4657-5525 Hrs ........................$$290,000-$400,000 (2) 2008 VOLVO A40E, 2994-3401 Hrs..........................$$490,000-$500,000

BACKHOE LOADERS 2007 VOLVO BL70, 1897 Hrs ..........................................................$$56,000 2007 VOLVO BL70D, 355 Hrs ..........................................................$$57,000

2007 VOLVO EC240CLC, Stk# 11103798, 4154 Hrs ........................$$79,500

CRAWLER EXCAVATORS 2006 VOLVO EC35, Stk# 21100157, 209 Hrs ..................................$$36,000

MINI EXCAVATORS 2008 VOLVO G940, Stk# 14100712, 965 Hrs ................................$$150,000

MOTOR GRADERS 2008 VOLVO G930, 917 Hrs ..........................................................$$165,000 2009 VOLVO G930, 506 Hrs ..........................................................$$210,000 (4) 2007 VOLVO G940, 357-1392 Hrs ..........................$$168,500-$194,000 (6) 2008 VOLVO G940, 304-1272 Hrs ..........................$$165,000-$215,000 2007 VOLVO C80A, 406 Hrs ..........................................................$$102,000 2008 VOLVO C86A, 206 Hrs ..........................................................$$115,000 2007 CHAMPION C86, 320 Hrs ......................................................$$109,000

(2) 2005 VOLVO EC25, 25-47 Hrs......................................$$33,200-$34,000 2006 VOLVO EC25, 25 Hrs ..............................................................$$34,000 (2) 2005 VOLVO ECR28, 30-255 Hrs ................................$$28,000-$33,000 2006 VOLVO ECR28, 22 Hrs ............................................................$$35,000 1998 VOLVO EC35, 765 Hrs ............................................................$$21,000 (2) 2006 VOLVO EC35, 823-840 Hrs..................................$$27,000-$37,500 2006 VOLVO ECR38, 11-172 Hrs ......................................$$38,000-$39,500 2006 VOLVO EC45, 120 Hrs ............................................................$$53,500 2006 VOLVO EC45B, 83 Hrs ............................................................$$47,200 (2) 2008 VOLVO EC55B, 1794-1855 Hrs....................................$$48,000 Ea.

WHEEL EXCAVATORS 2008 VOLVO EW210C, 609 Hrs ......................................................$$185,000

Contact: Doug Wilson 704-562-2032 Fax: 704-494-8196 Email: doug.wilson@ascvolvo.com Serving You From:

North Carolina: Charlotte, Raleigh, Asheville, Greenville.

South Carolina: Columbia, North Charleston, Piedmont,

2004 VOLVO EC140B LC, 2428 Hrs..................................................$$60,000 2006 VOLVO EC140B LC, 1489 Hrs..................................................$$79,000 2007 VOLVO EC210C LC, 761 Hrs..................................................$$126,000 2007 VOLVO EC240B LC, 2593 Hrs................................................$$132,000 (2) 2008 VOLVO EC240C LR, 1988-2035 Hrs................$$180,000-$190,000 (6) 2007 VOLVO EC290B LC, 5-2010 Hrs ......................$$140,000-$180,000 2005 VOLVO EC330B LC, 2953 Hrs................................................$$171,600 2006 VOLVO EC330B LC, 3591 Hrs................................................$$140,000 (4) 2007 VOLVO EC330B LC, 939-2336 Hrs ..................$$160,000-$203,000 2007 VOLVO EC360B LC, 2408 Hrs................................................$$175,000 2003 VOLVO EC460B LC, 6443 Hrs................................................$$149,000 2006 DEERE 450D LC, 4157 Hrs ....................................................$$250,000 2005 VOLVO ECR58, 796 Hrs ..........................................................$$45,000 2006 VOLVO ECR58, 723 Hrs ..........................................................$$49,000 (3) 2007 VOLVO ECR58, 43-1795 Hrs ..............................$$39,000-$55,500 2005 VOLVO ECR88, 487 Hrs ..........................................................$$68,000 2008 VOLVO ECR88, 280 Hrs ..........................................................$$87,000

Contact: Billy Brice 678-592-1004 (Southeast U.S.) Email: billy.brice@ascvolvo.com Georgia: Acworth, Buford, Forest Park, Savannah

Alabama: Birmingham, Huntsville, Montgomery, Mobile,

Tennessee: Knoxville, Chattanooga

ASC has an expansive Volvo rental fleet. Call for more details. www.ascvolvo.com


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SOUTHEAST EDITION Circulated Throughout

IN THIS ISSUE 37

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SPECIAL SECTION… RECYCLING, CRUSHING AND SCREENING Be sure to check out this special section! Keep up to date with the latest information on recycling, crushing and screening.

FEATURES… CAROLINA CAT COMES OUT ON TOP FOR WAYNE BROTHERS

The Cat dealer was chosen after Wayne Brothers put together a comprehensive evaluation of three equipment dealers.

TREKKER TRACTOR TO CARRY DYNAPAC PAVING EQUIPMENT

Founder, Publisher & CEO Vice President Emeritus Southeast Publisher Editor In Chief Associate Editor Editorial Consultant Production Mgr. Controller Circulation Mgr. Asst. Circulation Mgr. Main office

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Among Trekker’s accomplishments is the establishment of Puerto Rico Wire, a Case/Kobelco dealer that has grown steadily since it opened in 1945.

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JCB PLEDGES $250K OF SUPPORT FOR PAKISTANI FLOOD VICTIMS

The contribution to the aid effort follows a series of other JCB machinery donations in recent years to other parts of the world hit by natural disasters, including the 2008 earthquake in China.

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TRI-STATE EQUIPMENT’S BRYCE W. COBIA DIES AT AGE 58

ARMY CORPS: NEW ORLEANS LEVEE UPGRADES NEARLY READY

Contact

The threat of flooding from another storm remains a top concern in the city, which has a population that's about 80 percent of what it was before Katrina.

MIKE ROWE HELPS LAUNCH GO BUILD CAMPAIGN FOR ALA.

EQUIPMENT… 52 KUBOTA KX057-4 Tail Swing Excavator 60 KOMATSU D31EX-22, D13PX-22 Crawler Dozer CORRECTION...

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Mr. Cobia was a member of the NC Auctioneers Association and Certified Appraisers Guild of America (CAGA), a Shriner and a member of the Masonic Guilford Lodge 656 AF and AM.

Go Build also works with the actor’s mikeroweworks.com initiative, which calls attention to the expanding gap in the trades while providing a resource for anyone seeking a career in the industry.

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On the cover of the Sept. 8, Southeast Edition, a photo caption accompanying the story titled, "DeWitt Clinton Thompson III Passes Away at Age 92," incorrectly stated that Thompson Tractor Company celebrated its 60th anniversary in 2004. In fact, the company's name should have read, "Thompson Machinery." CEG regrets the error.

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MOBRO MARINE, INC. 606 S. R. 16 East, Green Cove Springs, FL 32043

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2003 Hitachi Sumitomo 2007 Kobelco CK1000 HD

2007 Kobelco CK1000

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American 5299

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Link Belt LS98

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American 4450

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CRANES

2003 Hitachi Sumitomo 240 ton Hydraulic crawler crane – 220’ main boom, 4 sheave block, ball ..................$$1,100,000 2009 Kobelco CK 2500II – low hours, 250 ton crawler crane w/200’ boom, freefall drums, block and ball ........$$1,550,000 2007 Kobelco CK 1000III – low hours, 100 ton crawler crane w/150’ boom, 3 drums, freefall, block and ball ........$$695,000 2007 Kobelco CK1000III HD – low hrs, 100 ton crawler crane w/150’ boom, 3 drums, freefall, block and ball ........$$705,000 7250 American 60 ton crawler crane – 100’ boom, block and ball ..............................................................................$$75,000 5530 American truck crane, 75 ton capacity – 150’ boom and 40’ jib, block and ball ..........................................$$95,000 4450 American truck crane, 35 ton capacity – 100’ boom, block and ball..............................................................$$75,000 5299 American 50 ton crawler crane – 100’ boom, block and ball ............................................................................$$150,000

SALES & RENTALS

1987 Linkbelt LS 98, 40 ton crawler crane – 70’ boom, block and ball............................................................$$140,000

EXCAVATOR

1996 Caterpillar 375L Hydaulic Excavator – 3 buckets and quick coupler. Buckets included: Hawco clamshell, 4 yd digging, 2 yd ditching and quick coupler ......................$$185,000

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Carolina CAT Comes Out on Top for Wayne Brothers From its beginning in 1985 as an industrial concrete contractor, Wayne Brothers’ philosophy has always been based on the premise that quality begins from the foundation up. Keith Wayne, president of Wayne Brothers, applies this premise to the company’s people and tools that support their service and ability to deliver. Wayne Brothers Inc., Kannapolis, N.C., celebrated 25 years of business on June 14, 2010. The company has grown over the past quarter century offering grading, utility, commercial concrete and construction services for a variety of venues. These venues go beyond its cornerstone customers to include: medical office building, sports and recreation, parking decks and multi-story residential buildings. Wayne Brothers today employs 164 experienced staff members and is poised for further growth. In preparation for that growth, Wayne Brothers recently added to its compact equipment fleet, purchasing two Cat 257B2 multi-terrain loaders (MTLs) from Carolina CAT, Charlotte, N. C. The Cat iron and dealer were chosen after Wayne Brothers put together a comprehensive evaluation of three equipment dealers. The process evaluated not only the equipment itself from hydraulics to travel speed, but looked into the dealer field service, product and support teams, shop capabilities, warranties and future trade-in value. Alan Goodman, asset manager for Wayne Brothers stated, “My background is in telecommunications. So when it came time to add a new multiterrain loader to our growing fleet, I turned to Jerry Lambert, our shop foreman and Todd Wilson, our dispatcher, to help me perform a comprehensive evaluation. This is a learning experience for me and I wanted to make sure that what we would ultimately recommend to the company owners was the best and most reliable piece of equipment on the market.” As one of the oldest Caterpillar dealers in the United States, Carolina CAT has been a dedicated business partner of Wayne Brothers for many years, with a relationship based on rentals and some 20 pieces of Cat equipment already in the Wayne Brothers fleet. Mitch Christenbury, territory manager, was responsible for providing Goodman with equipment options and demoed the equipment they thought best suited for the job. He even took the time to bring Jose Acosta, used equipment representa- (L-R): Alan Goodman, asset manager; Jerry Lambert, shop foreman; Todd Wilson, dispatchtive and former shop manager, to Wayne er, all of Wayne Brothers, were impressed with the work that Mitch Christenbury, territory Brothers to present the service side of manager, Carolina CAT, did with them to evaluate the Cat 257B2 multi-terrain loader.

As one of the oldest Caterpillar dealers in the United States, Carolina CAT has been a dedicated business partner of Wayne Brothers for many years, with a relationship based on rentals and some 20 pieces of Cat equipment already in the Wayne Brothers fleet.

the equation to Jerry Lambert. “Accessibility to the workings of the machines was key for Carolina CAT,” said Lambert. “ You can open one panel to get to three filters in a white shirt. I also could tell that Jose could take the machine apart and put it back together, which gave me confidence in the dealer service. Carolina CAT was far ahead of the competition.” Todd Wilson, dispatcher, Wayne Brothers, was on-hand for the field evaluation in which Carolina CAT and a competitor each took its MTL into a head-to-head competition. “Our operators experienced a very smooth ride in a Cat MTL. Even those riding as non-operators felt that the ride was smooth. And using the Cat, in terms of a different operating system was no obstacle. This could have been a hurdle for Carolina CAT because the operators must adjust to the different operating tools, but it’s been an easy transition. They loved the machine,” stated Wilson. Another factor that contributed to Wayne Brothers’ decision to go with the Cat MTL was the machine’s future trade value, which was established by a call to Ritchie Bros. Auctioneers, who said that Cat machines have a higher trade value as a highly recognized brand throughout the world. Carolina CAT also came out on top in terms of price and offered Wayne Brothers a trial period with the machine. “Carolina CAT went above and beyond what we expected. They offered two low hour machines out of their rental fleet and included a twoyear bumper-to-bumper warranty. This warranty is double the length of the warranty of a new machine. Christenbury provided information and followed up without being overwhelming. He has a good rapport internally and has support from Carolina CAT. He helps you buy, he’s not just making a sale and he makes all the pieces work,” said Goodman. Christenbury feels that the work Carolina CAT did with Wayne Brothers, and with all of the company’s valued customers, is “about doing the right things and bringing the team together.” And that is the goal of Carolina CAT as they continue to put the customer first and provide the best equipment solutions in western North Carolina. (This story also can be found on Construction Equipment Guide’s Web site at www.constructionequipmentguide.com.) CEG


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Trekker Tractor to Carry Dynapac Paving Equipment Trekker Tractor, a Case dealership in Florida, will now carry Dynapac rollers, pavers and planers as well as light compaction equipment. Dynapac Southeast Regional Manager Rick Perez said, “We are happy to welcome Trekker Tractor to the Dynapac family, as a dealer that will rent, sell and support our line. They will be stocking both soil and asphalt Dynapac rollers as well as a variety of rammers and vibratory plates.” Efraim Vicente, vice president of operations for Trekker Tractor said, “At each of our locations [Miami, West Palm Beach, Ft. Myers and Tampa], you can find the complete line of Dynapac construction equipment, and parts and service are available. Our compact equipment and heavy construction equipment teams create synergies that our customers rely on when they select their machines from a full line of Dynapac products.” Perez said he is pleased that Trekker Tractor can provide quality product support with spare parts and service that the customers in the southern Florida region need. “Their management is very experienced in the construction equipment business and

will guide their success,” Perez said. Sam Silva, vice president of finance of Trekker Tractor, said the company plans to open an Orlando branch by the end of 2010, and Jacksonville and Tallahassee branches in the future. They will have both heavy and light equipment at the locations, tailored to meet local needs. “We want our customers and potential customers to know we are a new company with a new philosophy that will service the needs of the markets. With local Florida ownership and managers who are active in the company, we will be able to change fast to meet the needs of each local market,” Silva said. Among Trekker’s accomplishments is the establishment of Puerto Rico Wire, a Case/Kobelco dealer that has grown steadily since it opened in 1945. Today, it is the largest distributor of construction equipment in Puerto Rico, and the largest rental company in Latin America. It also developed an export business in 1995 when it began shipping machines from the United States to Latin America, a venture that led to opening several equipment dealerships.

(L-R) are: Efraim Vicente, vice president of operations; Sam Silva, vice president of finance; Jose Cestero Yordan, partner; Jose Cestero Ramirez, president and CEO; and Ronald Miller, senior vice president. Trekker Tractor, a Case dealership in Florida, will now carry Dynapac rollers, pavers and planers as well as light compaction equipment.


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2004 JLG E300AJP-NAR, ART BOOM LIFT-30-34'-2WD DC, S/N 0300079224, UNIT #517940 ........................................$16,875 1999 GENIE Z45/25-DF-4WD, ART BOOM LIFT-45-49'-4WD, S/N Z452511283, UNIT#289324 ..................................$18,565 2005 JLG E400AN-NAR, ART BOOM LIFT-40-44'-2WD DC, S/N 0300081644, UNIT #541391 ........................................$23,287 2002 TEREX TB85-D-4WD, STR BOOM LIFT-85-89'-4WD, S/N 2660012, UNIT #7602108 ............................................$24,731 2000 JLG 660SJ-DF, STR BOOM LIFT-65-69'-4WD, S/N 0300053825, UNIT #350053 .......................................$27,453 2002 GENIE S85-DF-4WD, STR BOOM LIFT-85-89'-4WD, S/N S853354, UNIT #439174 ..............................................$39,253

AIR COMPRESSORS

2006 ATLAS COPCO XAS97JD, AIR COMPRESSOR-DSL-80185 CFM, S/N USA015223, UNIT#612085......................$6,619 2005 ATLAS COPCO XAS186, AIR COMPRESSOR-DSL-250375 CFM, S/N USA013977, UNIT#589291....................$10,862

C O M PA C T I O N

2005 MULTIQUIP MRH800GS, ROLLER-SMOOTH-DD-1500# 26”, S/N N4034, UNIT #588093......................................$5,261 2005 WACKER RT820, W/B ROLLER-PADFOOT-3000#, S/N 5599982, UNIT #585071 ................................................$7,297 2005 WACKER RT82-SC, W/B ROLLER-PADFOOT-3000#, S/N 5549433, UNIT #548636..................................................$8,558 2005 IR SD45D-COMBO, R/O ROLLER-VIB-SD 5T 54”, S/N 182289, UNIT #555319 ................................................$23,612

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SCISSORS

2004 GENIE GS1930, SCISSOR LIFT-15-19' DC, S/N GS300464946, UNIT #506376........................................$3,057 2005 JLG 2032E2, SCISSOR LIFT-20' DC-30-34", S/N 0200138716, UNIT #580396 ..........................................$4,768 2005 GENIE GS2032, SCISSOR LIFT-20' DC-30-34", S/N GS320576098, UNIT #581686 ................................$4,912 2004 SKYJACK SJIII-3226, SCISSOR LIFT-26' DC-30-32", S/N 272214, UNIT #515905 ..................................................$6,009 2005 GENIE GS2646, SCISSOR LIFT-25-26' DC-46-68", S/N GS460563998, UNIT #564334........................................$6,138 2005 SKYJACK SJIII-4632, SCISSOR LIFT-30-34' DC-46-69", S/N 711485, UNIT #541377............................................$9,284

FORKLIFTS

2005 DAEWOO G25E, IND FORKLIFT-5000 LB, S/N GA00539, UNIT #563670 ................................................................$9,964 2004 DAEWOO D35S, IND FORKLIFT-8000-9000 LB, S/N FZ00026, UNIT #513074 ..............................................$16,596 2004 GEHL RS5, RCH FORKLIFT-6000 LB 20-34', S/N RS5JV1211568, UNIT #539392....................................$20,104 2006 TEREX TX55-19, RCH FORKLIFT-FXD-5000 LB 18-24', S/N TX551913584, UNIT #613578 ...............................$22,037 2004 GEHL RS6, RCH FORKLIFT-6000 LB 35-39',S/N RS6JV0813119, UNIT #528082....................................$23,442 2004 LULL 644E-42, RCH FORKLIFT-6000 LB 40-45', S/N 0160003168, UNIT #484162 ........................................$24,328 2004 GRADALL 534D9-45, RCH FORKLIFT-9000 LB 35-45', S/N 0160003937, UNIT #499455 ........................................$31,025 2005 GEHL DL8L-42-CAB-HTR, RCH FORKLIFT-8000 LB 3545', S/N 8L42JW0135516, UNIT# 541583 ..................$37,351 2004 SKYTRAK 10054, RCH FORKLIFT-10000 LB 40-55, S/N 0160004344, UNIT #508084 ........................................$39,978

2005 BOBCAT S220, SKIDSTEER LOADER-1851-2200 LB, S/N 526215460, UNIT #590851 ........ .................................... $16,426

2004 DEERE 550H-LT CRAWLER DOZER, 75-84HP-STD TRACK, S/N T0550HX937358, UNIT $32,664 #512419........................$

2005 WACKER RT82-SC, W/B ROLLER-PADFOOT-3000, S/N 5593138, UNIT #581593............ $8,558 ........................................$

2003 DEERE 200CLC, EXCAVATOR-42-48.9K LB-TRACK, S/N FF200CX504633, UNIT #480043 $50,833 ....................................$

2004 JLG G9-43A, RCH FORKLIFT-9000 LB 35-45', S/N 0160003850, UNIT #505796 ...... $30,525 ......................................$

2005 IHI 35N MINI EXCAVATOR, 10-10.9' DEPTH, S/N WM000642, UNIT #545200 ...... $15,642 ....................................$ ©2009 RSC Equipment Rental Inc.

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1972 Caterpillar D8H, s/n 46A281, Crawler Tractor with 2bl MS Ripper, OROPS, Straight blade with tilt, Good Condition, SC ........$$23,500

Equipment Available for Sale Excavators

2004 John Deere 370C, s/n FF370CX082944, 6103 Hours, Hyd. Excavator, Auto Lube System, Ready to work......................................................................$$65,000 1989 Caterpillar 225B LC, s/n 3YD02907, Hyd. Excavator, Good runner, Excellent Appearance, Work Ready, Turbo 3208 Cat Eng. ........................................$$23,000 2007 John Deere 50D, s/n 245826, 1819 Hours, Mini Excavator, Cab with AC, Great Shape, Rubber Tracks ......................................................................$$40,000 2005 Case CX210 Hyd. Excavator, Manual Thumb ..........................................C Call 2006 Case CX210 Hyd. Excavator, Manual Thumb ..........................................C Call

Hammers

2006 Caterpillar H140, s/n BXB00444, Hydraulic Excavator Hammer, used very Make Reasonable offer little, Fits 330 size excavator ..............................................M

Grinders

2006 Morbark Model 6600, s/n 196-1082, 2792 Hours, Track Horizontal Grinder, 1000HP 3412 Cat Engine, Excellent Cond. Job Ready ............................$$340,000 2008 Bandit BEAST 2680, s/n 2248R003073, 1363 Hours, Horizontal Grinder, Pintle Hitch, Tandem Trailer, Work Ready ................................................$$185,000

Crushers

2006 Cedar Rapids Model 5048, s/n 52819, 50x48 Horizontal Shaft Impactor .... ................................................................................................................$$110,000

Crawler Tractors

1972 Caterpillar D8H, s/n 46A281, Unknown Hours, Crawler Tractor with 2bl MS Ripper, OROPS, Straight blade with tilt, Good Condition............................$$23,500

1989 Caterpillar 225B LC, s/n 3YD02907, Hyd. Excavator, Good runner, Excellent Appearance, Work Ready, Turbo 3208 Cat Eng., SC....$$23,000

2004 Deere 850C WT Series II, s/n 934940, 6,322 Hrs, Crawler Tractor, EROPS, PAT Blade, new undercarriage, Tractor needs only a new Zip Code ..........$$60,000 2006 Caterpillar D6N XL, s/n AKM01939, 1,918 Hours, EROPS, AC/Heat, PAT Blade, System One U/C, job ready............................................................$$125,000

Crawler Loaders

1990 Caterpillar 963 LGP, s/n 21Z03327, Crawler Loader, OROPS, GP bucket .... ..................................................................................................................$$18,000

Wheel Loaders

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Forestr y

2004 Tiger Cat 630C, s/n 6302183, 10,596 Hours, Dual Arch Skidder, Work Ready, Recently Serviced ..........................................................................$$70,000 1997 Prentice 410E, s/n 410P54864, 7065 Hours, Log Loader, Rough Shape, Runs out OK, Needs Engine Enclosures ....................................................$$18,000 1997 John Deere 648G, s/n DW648GX560641, Dual Arch Skidder, Large Tires, Good Shape .............................................................................................. $22,000

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1998 Tigercat 845, s/n 8450452, Track Feller Buncher, New hyd. Pump, Engine has been replaced, Fair Shape ....................................................................$$33,500 2004 John Deere 843H Feller Buncher, 500 Hrs on new Engine, New AC System Call ..........................................................................................................................C 2004 Tigercat 640C Clam Bunk Skidder, Single wheels, Good shape ............C Call 2006 Morbark 27NCL 27” Disk Chip Har vestor, 3412 Cat, 750HP, no loader, Call Woods Ready ....................................................................................................C 2006 Petersen 4800E Flail Chain debarker, Cat C-9 350Hp Engine, Remote conCall trols, Woods Ready ..........................................................................................C 2004 Morbark Model 4600 Horizontal Grinder, 3412E Cat Engine, 750HP, Long Conveyor, Work Ready

Paving / Compaction

2007 Dynapac CA141-PD, s/n 60410648, 636 Hours, Sheeps foot roller, Excellent shape, Work Ready ....................................................................................$$25,000 2006 Saki SV505T, s/n 40242, 1255 Hours, 86” pad Foot Roller, Great shape, low hours, Job Ready ......................................................................................$$42,500 2005 Hamm Model 3307 Smooth Drum Compactor, Good Shape ..................C Call

Skid Steers / Track Loaders

2002 Caterpillar 246, s/n 5SZ06410, 2581 Hours, Skid Steer, Work ready no problems ....................................................................................................$$15,000 2007 John Deere CT332, s/n 147985, 1,254 Hours, High Track Skid Steer with Rubber Tracks, Enclosed cab with Air, Nice unit ........................................$$32,500

Trailers

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JCB Pledges $250K of Support Deere & Co. Sells Its Wind for Pakistani Flood Victims Energy Business for $900M By Christopher Leonard AP BUSINESS WRITER

ST. LOUIS (AP) Energy company Exelon Corp. said Aug. 31 it will pay $900 million for the wind energy assets of manufacturer Deere & Co., potentially signaling an active merger and acquisition period ahead for the power industry. With energy prices persistently low due to a grinding economic recovery, stakes in the power industry have begun to shift. Power generation facilities like Deere’s massive wind farms are a bargain for big firms like Exelon who have cash on hand. “Now is a very good time to buy wind assets in general because prices are so low,” said Matthew Kaplan, senior analyst with IHS Emerging Energy Research. “John Deere at one point said they were going to hold off on the sale because they weren't seeing the proper prices.” Exelon’s purchase comes on the heels of other big acquisitions in the power industry, as companies look to lock in good deals before an expected recovery starts to boost prices. Earlier in August, Blackstone Group paid $542.7 million to take Houston’s Dynegy Inc. private. In a three-way deal, Dynegy also sold four power plants to NRG Energy Inc. for $1.36 billion in cash. On Aug. 30, Deere said the sale will let it focus on what it does best: building farm equipment. It once saw the wind business as an extension of its agricultural work, with projects located in rural areas. Deere was involved in project management and financing, buying much of the hardware used in the wind projects from India’s Suzlon Energy, one of the biggest suppliers in the world. Deere invested $1 billion over the past five years in the financing, development and ownership of wind energy projects. But the wind business is new to Exelon, the nation’s largest operator of nuclear power plants. Exelon has been a wholesale marketer of wind energy in Illinois, Pennsylvania and West Virginia. The Deere business brings with it a physical infrastructure that includes 36 completed projects in eight states with an operational

capacity of 735 megawatts. The projects, which will be operated by subsidiary Exelon Generation Co., could power nearly 184,000 homes, according to Energy Department figures. A number of factors have made Deere’s assets a bargain. Government stimulus money that helped expand capacity last year is running out. While many states have adopted standards requiring that a certain amount of energy come from renewable sources, Congress has yet to enact a nationwide standard. Exelon, however, is well positioned to ride out the economic downturn and potentially capitalize on alternative energy assets in the future. The Chicago company reported profits of $2.7 billion last year. “Whether harmful emissions are priced or

“Now is a very good time to buy wind assets in general because prices are so low.”

JCB Chairman Sir Anthony Bamford is giving assistance worth $250,000, including two 4CX backhoe loaders, to help in the reconstruction of Pakistan in the wake of the devastating floods.

JCB Chairman Sir Anthony Bamford pledged assistance worth $250,000 to help in the reconstruction effort in the wake of the devastating floods in Pakistan. He is donating two high specification 4CX backhoe loaders with attachments to the stricken country where the worst floods in decades have left millions people homeless and where rebuilding costs are expected to be in the region of $17 billion. Bamford said: “Britain has been leading the way with the level of its donations to Pakistan, and as a British manufacturer I am keen for us to help in any way possible and hope that JCB’s donation of machines can assist in some small way.” It is not the first time that JCB has helped Pakistan in times of natural disaster. After the 2005 earthquake the company donated excavators to help in the clean up operation. Earlier this year JCB donated equipment to help the disaster relief effort in Haiti fol-

lowing the devastating earthquake that killed approximately 220,000 people. This was followed by assistance worth $100,000 to help in the rebuilding efforts in the wake of the Chilean earthquake disaster. Bamford donated a 3C backhoe loader complete with attachments and spare parts to help with reconstruction efforts in the country’s second city Concepcion which was hit by an 8.8magnitude quake, killing more than 700 people. The contribution to the aid effort follows a series of other JCB machinery donations in recent years to other parts of the world hit by natural disasters, including the 2008 earthquake in Sichuan Province in China, when six backhoe loaders worth more than $600,000 and a team of operators were sent from the company’s factory in Shanghai to help the clear-up effort in the region. JCB also donated machines to help in the aftermath of the Asian Tsunami in 2004.

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Tri-State Equipment’s Bryce W. Cobia Dies at Age 58 Mr. Bryce W. Cobia, 58, owner and operator of Tri-State Equipment and Cobia Auction Company, passed away Sept. 8, 2010. Mr. Cobia attended Grimsley Senior High School and Chowan College. He was a member of the NC Auctioneers Association and Certified Appraisers Guild of America (CAGA), a Shriner and a member of the Masonic Guilford Lodge 656 AF and AM. An avid sportsman, he enjoyed the water, fishing, and hunting. But, Mr. Cobia’s true love and passion for more than 35 years was flying. He also spent much of his time enjoying the waters of the Shallotte River and the coast of North Carolina. Mr. Cobia was preceded in death by his parents, Ollie “O.R” and Bobbie Cobia and a grandson, Hunter Reid Henderlite. He is survived by his wife of 11 years, Cynthia Bell Cobia and his children: daughter, Tricia Cobia Henderlite and husband, Scott of Richmond, Va., son, Justin Cobia, and daughters, Lauren Cobia, Whitney Cobia, all of Greensboro, N.C. He had six grandchildren, Jonathan, Dakota, Logan, Nicholas, Brianna, and Addison. He also is survived by two step-children, Stephanie Bona Benton and husband, Randy of Cornelius, and Andrew Bona of Washington, D.C. Mr. Cobia is survived by two brothers and

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Volvo Rents Opens Rental Center in El Dorado, Ark. Volvo Construction Equipment Rents (Volvo Rents) announced the opening of a new independently owned and operated, equipment rental center in Arkansas. The Volvo Rents store is the fifth Volvo Rents franchise operation owned by Paul and Penny Bullock, of JPS Equipment LLC. The Bullock family opened its first Volvo Rents franchise in West Monroe, La., in 2003. They later added stores, in Alexandria, La., Bossier City, La., and Geismar, La. and have been named Volvo Rents’ Franchise of the Year for the fourth year in a row during Volvo Rents’ Circle of Excellence Awards in 2010. The El Dorado Volvo Rents rental center will carry, in addition to Volvo construction equipment, a comprehensive line of essential equipment and tools for the construction,

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Mike Rowe Helps Launch Go Build Campaign for Ala. HUNTSVILLE, Ala. (AP) It’s not exactly a “dirty job,” but Mike Rowe is helping spearhead a state education and recruiting campaign for the construction industry. There may appear to be a contradiction for recruiting to an industry that is perhaps the hardest hit by the economic downturn. But, with about a third of skilled tradesmen over the age of 50, “new blood” will be needed when the industry rebounds. “The need for skilled personnel is a continual problem,” said Jim Maynard, who is in project management with Martin & Cobey Construction of Athens. “This will be prevalent in a couple of years when, hopefully, it turns around.” The state construction industry is launching Go Build Alabama and is partnering with Rowe, perhaps the nation's most visible supporter of skilled labor, who will appear in ads and commercials for the campaign. Go Build also works with the actor’s mikeroweworks.com initiative, which calls attention to the expanding gap in the trades while providing a resource for anyone seeking a career in the industry. Rowe said the gap is the unintended consequence of society's focus on the college

degree and its devaluation of skilled trade jobs such as electricians, carpenters and plumbers. “We used to tell our kids that learning a trade was a great way to secure a worthwhile future,” he said. `We don't tell them that anymore. Today, we tell them if they want to get a really good job they are going to need a four-year degree. We’ve lumped the skilled trades into the 'alternative education' category and turned the entire field of study into some sort of vocational consolation prize. “Is it any wonder we have a shortage of qualified tradesmen today?” Alabama, which is not particularly known for being a trendsetter, is the first state to tackle this issue. “It’s great to see Alabama make the initial step,” Maynard said. “It’s difficult in keeping the focus [on the trades] in the school systems. “They’ve got limited resources but we’re starting to see programs.” The Go Build campaign was conceived by the Alabama Construction Recruitment Institute (ACRI), which was created through legislation sponsored this year by Sen. Wendell Mitchell, D-Luverne, and co-spon-

sored by Sen. Del Marsh, R-Anniston. The ACRI is funded by the construction industry. The Alabama Chapter of Associated Builders and Contractors, the Alabama Association of General Contractors and the Alabama AFL-CIO lobbied to create the institute to recruit skilled labor. Other organizations also supported the initiative, including the American Subcontractors Association, the Alabama Construction Trade Unions, the Alabama College System, the Alabama Road Builders Association, and the Alabama Construction Users Roundtable. “Our mission is to recruit a new generation of craftsmen,” said ACRI Executive Director Tim Alford. “This is a unique partnership that's not done anywhere in the country.” The campaign will kick off Labor Day, and the date was not chosen by accident. “We’re using Labor Day as a jumping off point because of the obvious reason and the synergy it brings,” Alford said. “We want to bring honor back to the tradesmen.” Alford said a goal of the campaign is to let people know about the needs for skilled workers and to “consider this among other

options.” Rowe agreed with Alford, who said it was a “coup” to snag the popular TV star. “There are opportunities in Alabama right now that most people don’t even know about in construction,” Rowe said. “These opportunities aren't alternatives to viable careers; they are viable careers. ... I’ve had a front row seat to all different kinds of work, and I’ll tell you something - there's nothing more important to our country than skilled labor.” The Go Build campaign will include statewide print, online and television ads referring to the web site (www.gobuildalabama.com), where people can learn about skilled trade careers, find information about training programs and more. ACRI will also be doing an outreach program with high schools through a partnership with the Alabama chapter of SkillsUSA (www.skillsusa.org). “I would like to go down the list alphabetically and work with every state to implement this kind of proactive program,” Rowe said. “Look out Alaska.”

are doing everything they can to meet their deadline.” The threat of flooding from another storm remains a top concern in the city, which has a population that's about 80 percent of what it was before Katrina. The corps has given itself until June 2011 to make the city safer from big storms, and said it will meet the deadline. Once the upgrades are complete, the corps said very little of the city would flood if a storm like Katrina were to hit again. The corps’ brass say that even such a storm were to hit tomorrow, the city would be in much better shape. “This could handle Hurricane Katrina's storm surge if Hurricane Katrina followed the same path it did during 2005,” said Col. Robert A. Sinkler, the corps official in charge of levee work, as his boat cruised by a massive dam-like wall being built across 2 mi. (3.2 km) of open water and marsh near New Orleans’ Lower 9th Ward. The massive $1.3 billion, 26-ft. (8 m)high structure is meant to keep storm surge out of the Industrial Canal, long considered the “Achilles’ heel” in New Orleans’ levee system. The agency likes to call a 23-mi. (37 km) stretch of levee and floodwall it's building

along St. Bernard Parish the “Great Wall of St. Bernard.” The levee-and-wall structure will include enough steel to build 28 Eiffel Towers. The agency plans to complete 2 mi. of the 30-ft. (9 m) high structure every month. The work is critical to protect St. Bernard, a parish where nearly every building was flooded in Katrina. Fewer than 60 percent of its structures have been rebuilt, and its population is still down by about 35 percent. Victor B. Zillmer, the corps engineer overseeing work on the storm surge barrier, said the wall was rock solid. He said enough concrete was used in it to “fill a football field 93 feet high.” He added: “It’s kind of like an iceberg too. You see about 10 percent of it up here. Most of it is actually down below.” “All in all, it’s better protection than we had in the past. Whether or not it’s enough, who knows,” said Tom Jackson, a past president of the American Society of Civil Engineers and commissioner with the Southeast Louisiana Flood Protection Authority-East, a state panel formed after Katrina to oversee levee work in New Orleans. Jackson agreed that the levee system should be able to handle a Katrina-like storm

once upgrades are done. Still, he said there are many lingering concerns — including signs of corrosion on some of the new flood walls. Many unknowns remain because the new system has yet to be tested by a major storm. “It’s like combat: Defend your perimeter. Where are my weakest points on my perimeter? Water will find the weakest point,” said J. David Rogers, an engineer and levee expert at the Missouri University of Science and Technology in Rolla, Mo. Rogers said Katrina exposed numerous weak points — floodgates that did not close, porous ground and sewer lines that undermined defenses. Rogers said that while “everybody’s attention is focused on what failed the last time,” the next major storm could expose new weak points. Despite the uncertainties, residents are feeling better about their chances. David Warino, an operations manager at a shipyard in Avondale, La., said he bought a two-story house next to the site of a breach on the 17th Street Canal in New Orleans because he felt confident. “This seemed like a safe spot,” Warino said. “We’re on high ground. The corps rebuilt the wall here.”

Army Corps: New Orleans Levee Upgrades NearlyReady NEW ORLEANS (AP) Five years after Hurricane Katrina flooded more than 80 percent of this city, the Army Corps of Engineers said billions of dollars of work has made the city much safer and many of its defenses could withstand a storm as strong as the deadly 2005 hurricane. Surprisingly, many locals — even the vocal critics of the Army Corps — say its assessment of work done on the levee system is not far off the mark. Since Katrina flooded New Orleans on Aug. 29, 2005, and killed more than 1,800 people, New Orleans has become a roundthe-clock construction site and Congress gave the Army Corps more than $14 billion to fix and upgrade the levees and other defenses. Numerous breaches in the hurricane protection system led to the flooding that devastated the New Orleans area. The corps said about half of the work is complete, and the rest should be finished by next summer. “The good news is that the Corps of Engineers has done an about-face in its sense of urgency,” said Sandy Rosenthal, the executive director of Levees.Org, a citizens group formed after Katrina that's waged numerous battles with the corps. “By their actions, words and deeds, it looks like they


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(12 km) and began on April 12, with work expected to continue for 425 working days. The base and pave portion of Corridor V between Mississippi and the City of Russellville in Franklin County, Ala., will be the next and final phase of construction before the facility is completely opened. It is part of the Appalachian Development Program intended to spur economic development in the rural areas through which it passes. The Appalachian Development Highway System (ADHS) is part of the Appalachian Regional Commission in the United States. “As with all projects that require significant amounts of earthwork, one of the major challenges this project faces is balancing our cut and fill operations within the allowable 50 acres of disturbance to uphold our commitment to the environment. At the same time we have to not get gridlocked in a situation where there is excess, usable material but nowhere to place it because the maximum disturbed acreage has been reached,” explained Rebecca L. White of the media and community relations bureau of ALDOT. The project requires an estimated 1.4 million yds. of excavation, which includes approximately 200,000 cu. yds. (152,910 cu m) of rock. Much of the rock is pinnacled and contains seams of soil, which must be blasted adjacent to the existing State Route 24, a two-lane facility that is momentarily closed during each blast. A total of 6,419 ft. (1,956 m) of coated corrugated metal roadway pipe rehabilitation is included. According to White, this process restores the structural integrity and increases the hydraulic efficiency of metal pipes near the end of their operational life cycle that were installed under deep fills on older projects. To excavate and replace those metal pipes would have resulted in the entire roadway being closed for an extended period of time. Approximately 8,000 ft. (2,438 m) of vertical drainage wicks have been installed, along with 1,000 ft. (304.8 m) of mechanically stabilized earth (MSE) retaining wall. Bridge and box culvert extension also have been installed, consisting of two fourbarrel culverts, one triple-barrel culvert and one double-barrel culvert. The end result is 1,720 barrel ft. of culverts. White noted that so far, three sinkholes have been identified and more are anticipated. The sinkholes will require remediation. The August estimate was that work was 15 percent complete, with 17 percent of the allotted time used. “The location the contractor started at was wrought with most of the more complex items of work including the heaviest rock formations, but based on their assessment, was first in the critical path to completion,”

White said. “This scenario was somewhat anticipated and should rapidly reverse once some of these items are completed.” Subject of Research A unique aspect of the project is that Auburn University will conduct research on the somewhat new design of the sediment basins that are included in the contract. “This is one of many research projects ALDOT funds each year,” White said. “This particular project reflects ALDOT’s commitment to improving its efforts to protect the quality of our state’s waters as we build roads and bridges.” According to White, the primary focus of the study is to assess performance characteristics of temporary sediment basins, examine design practices, and perform a cost-benefit analysis of sediment basins. The study will provide comprehensive information on how newly designed sediment basins function under various rainfall events and at different stages of construction activities. The results of the proposed study will provide practical and implementable criteria along with standardized design guidelines for determining the applicability, need, and improved installations practices of sediment basins to be used on ALDOT highway construction sites. “ALDOT has planned to install five sediment basins as sediment control measures for the project,” White said. “Sediment basins are designed using the length to width ratio of about 3:1, basin depth of four to five feet, one to three porous baffles, and one floating skimmer. The three-baffle system reduces the flow of stormwater while promoting sedimentation, and the skimmer, which is located at the downstream end of the basin, discharges relatively high-quality water near the water surface, which is theoretically the least turbid.” Following Other DOTs The new design was adopted based upon limited research and intermediatescale/field-scale monitoring conducted by Pennsylvania State University and North Carolina State University. This practice has been adopted and used by the Pennsylvania Department of Transportation and North Carolina Department of Transportation. “During preparation of the proposal, we have constructed an intermediate-scale sediment-basin model at the NCAT erosion and sediment control testing facility with funding support from Auburn University Highway Research Center,” White explained. “This model is for training of graduate students in developing and testing monitoring devices/programs and for testing different design alternatives of sediment basins.” The study is designed to help ALDOT engineers to develop engineering design

Crews working on a triple barrel culvert extension with a diversion channel in the background.

Blasting and removing rock in front of a stabilized slope.

Double barrel pre-cast culvert over a wick drain installation.

A wick drain installation area.

guides and standards for sediment basins based on a scientific understanding and evaluation of sediment basin performance characteristics that are more relevant to Alabama, and ALDOT highway construction sites, according to White. “The results of the proposed study will provide practical and implementable criteria along with standardized design guidelines for determining the applicability, need, and improved installations practices of sediment basins to be used on ALDOT highway construction sites,” she said. “By formulating easily understood and accurate site condition data sets, guidelines and design standards, engineering professionals will have a design mechanism available to allow them to appropriately select sediment control measures that will provide an effective means of minimizing sediment transport during construction efforts.” On the Job Major subcontractors include Alabama Bridge Builders Inc., Pelham, Ala., for bridge construction; Glasgow Construction Company Inc., Guin, Ala., for concrete culverts, inlets, etc.; Parker Grassing Inc., Opelika, Ala., for seeding and mulching; Apache Construction Corp., Tarrant, Ala., for drilling and blasting; Rogers Group Inc., Tuscumbia, Ala., for asphalt paving; Ozark Striping Company Inc., Ozark, Ala., for paint striping and pavement marking; Charles E. Watts Inc., Gadsden, Ala., for “G” treatment; Nilex Construction LLC, Centennial, Colo., for wick drain; H & J Contractors LLC, Jasper, Ala., for highway trucking; Tusco Fence Inc., Tuscaloosa, Ala., for fencing; Tri-County Construction Inc., Hamilton, Ala., for concrete slope paving; and Reynolds Inliner LLC, Orleans, Ind., for pipe rehabilitation. Major equipment used on the job includes a Caterpillar 375 hydraulic excavator, three Caterpillar 330 hydraulic excavators, one Komatsu 220 hydraulic excavator, one Caterpillar hydraulic excavator with hydraulic hoe ram, two Caterpillar 773 offroad trucks, four Volvo A-40 off- road articulated six-wheel drive trucks, six Caterpillar 631 scrapers, one Caterpillar 623 elevating scraper, three Caterpillar 140H motorgraders, two Ingersoll Rand SD compactors, one Ingersoll Rand SF compactor, two Caterpillar 815 compactors, two Caterpillar IT-38 rubber tired loaders, one Volvo L-90 rubber tired loader, one John Deere 9920 tractor with drag, one Mack highway water truck, and one Kenworth road tractor with a lo-boy trailer. (This story also can be found on Construction Equipment Guide’s Web site at www.constructionequipmentguide.com.) CEG


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understood the lengths we went to in order to be environmentally sensitive.” Work on the luxury units, located in Brandon, Fla., began in December 2009, with the apartments dubbed “The Preserve at Alafia,” Upon completion, residents will be roughly 10 minutes from downtown Tampa using the adjacent crosstown expressway. “Just because the economy is in bad shape does not change the fact there is a demand for this type of investment in south Hillsborough County,” Ortega said. “There’s a shortfall of 3,000 to 4,000 rental units in this market. The Preserve at Alafia, with 351 units, covers just a fraction of that need.” Alafia Crossing, meanwhile, calls for 63,000 sq. ft. of commercial/office space and a full-service hotel with conference facilities. A number of restaurants have committed to Alafia Crossing, which is currentPhoto courtesy of Garrison Developer Group of Florida ly waiting for construction Located on the Alafia River in Hillsborough County, the apartments of The to begin. Commercial Preserve are part of a mixed-use master plan spearheaded by Garrison financing has yet to be Developer Group. secured, because of the ongoing recession. All of the apartments are stick as well as to allow the apartment structures According to Ortega, the constructed, so lumber was hauled to coexist with the tree canopies.” property for The Preserve in in large quantities. An exterior First, the land was cleared, with the was assembled from 11 stucco system is being used which majority of the trees chipped on-site, and the parcels and rezoned in combines the exterior finish and mulch recycled and bagged for yard use. 2006 and features waterbuilding color all in one. Standing “This was a heavily wooded site, directly front access to Tampa Bay. seam metal roofs will complete adjacent to the Alafia River,” explained Residents will be able to the exterior design. Philip Poulter of Tampa-based Ripa & rent kayaks or canoes at the Crews work different shifts to Associates. “The site slopes over 30 feet clubhouse and paddle keep the project on schedule. All from one side to the other towards the river, down river to the Audubon the concrete pours, whether con- which leads to a challenging drainage comSociety bird sanctuary. ventional slabs on grade for the ponent during the wet season.The developer They also can picnic along garden buildings, or the elevated, went through great strides to salvage as the River waterfront. 15-in. post-tensioned transfer many of the old growth trees on-site, and The developer has slabs for the mid-rise buildings, adjusted the design and layout of the buildapproximately 50 percent ings to accommodate over five grand oak Photo courtesy of Garrison Developer Group of Florida had to be poured overnight. of space under lease and There will be eight two- and three-story walk-up garden style “The heat and extra rainfall we trees, including pavement design, to ensure reportedly has additional buildings and three multi-story buildings in the development. have received this summer have future protection of the roots and drainage tenants waiting to sign no doubt been challenges, but systems.” yoga pavilion, a business center, a cyber- these are elements we are used to dealing leases. Ripa & Associates used a smaller Cat café, a demo kitchen for cooking classes, a with here in Florida,” noted Sound equipment earthwork setup on the 22-acre, big screen theater room, pool, spas and a vol- Construction Project Coordinator Katherine heavy tree save site, to excavate the ponds Residential Amenities As the general contractor of The leyball court. Sound Construction Group, Hess. and prepare the buildings for a fast-track Preserve, Sound Construction Group Inc. of which has constructed office buildings, luxaccelerated delivery date for the general conClearwater, Fla., is responsible for the utili- ury high-rise condominiums, themed restauSpeaking For The Trees tractor. A Cat 330 excavator was used to load ties, site development, eight garden and three rants and entertainment venues, was given “In conjunction with the developer, civil Cat 325 and 330 off-road haul trucks, due to mid-rise apartment buildings, garden gaze- the task of coordinating all the elements engineer Cumbey & Fair Inc., and profes- the site restrictions. Most of the ponds were bos and sundecks, and a waterfront club- necessary to bring the designer’s images to sional arborist Richard Bailey, great care dewatered using a horizontal dewatering house and gym. The two- and three-story life. was taken in the building and infrastructure sock technique, to minimize turbid discharge The Preserve is spread out over 30 acres. placement to preserve and protect the trees to the downstream river, and adjacent wetwalk-up garden buildings contain one- and two-bedroom units. The mid-rise structures There are six different ponds that were exca- on-site and in the end,” added Hess. “Root lands. feature under building parking and elevators vated for water management, and that also pruning was performed by hand and “The ponds,” Poulter added, “were interand contain units from one to three bed- provided the fill necessary to balance the machine to protect and maintain the health connected by a maze of RCP storm pipe rooms. There are half-a-dozen different units site. Avariety of bulldozers, track-hoes, front of the existing trees, while still allowing the designed to balance the stormwater runoff, types ranging in size from 708 sq. ft. studios end loaders, off-road trucks and rollers were underground utilities to be placed into serv- prior to discharge to the Alafia River, which to apartment homes just under 1,200 sq. ft. used as dirt was removed from the site, while ice. 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About JCB of Fla. and Ga. Since 1980, Yale Lift Trucks of Florida & Georgia has provided parts, service, sales, and rental of material handling equipment and has been recognized as a dealer of excellence for 14 years. In 2010, Yale Lift Trucks of Florida and Georgia created a new division, JCB of Florida and Georgia, to expand its offering and provide the same outstanding level of service to their construction equipment customers.

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Volvo Prepares to Unveil FMX Truck to Global Market Volvo Trucks is launching the Volvo FMX. Built specifically for heavy construction tasks, this truck will be available on European markets in September, followed by a global rollout during the rest of the year. “We are extremely proud of this truck and can hardly wait to see it at work for our construction customers,” said Staffan Jufors, president and CEO, Volvo Trucks. “With the new Volvo FMX, we are truly breaking new ground for us and our customers’ operations.” Rugged Look for a Rugged Truck The most obvious change with the new, high-clearance Volvo FMX is its robust, modern exterior. The FMX has a new upper grill, aggressive lower front, 3-part steel bumper with .1 in. (3 mm) thick steel corners, rugged skid plate and protective bull bar. For additional functionality, the Volvo FMX also features a powerful tow hook, headlamp mesh protection, new anti-slip steps and a convenient ladder. “A quick glance at this truck and its powerful stance immediately The new Volvo FMX is based on the FM platform. reveals the close connection mal gear sequence and smooth this new truck and our unique total between Volvo Trucks and our sis- gear start, according to the manu- offer for the construction segment ter-company, Volvo Construction facturer. Massive braking power, will attract many new customers.” Equipment — among the world 506 hp (375 kW) at 2,300 rpm, is leaders in dumpers, excavators and provided by Volvo Engine Brake New Features on the wheel-loaders,” said Jufors. “The Plus. Volvo FMX new Volvo FMX literally breathes • New upper grill, inspired by construction — reflecting its capathe FH series, contributes to a ‘The Perfect Construction bilities, inside and out.” modern look. The Volvo iron mark Truck’ “This is the perfect construction is larger and more visible, while Designed for Driveline truck — and our customers have the FMX globe sign makes a bold Performance largely driven its development,” statement. The new Volvo FMX is based said Jufors. “With all the improve• New central towing device on the FM platform. The recently ments in the Volvo FMX, com- offers robust and reliable tool for updated construction version of the bined with the development of a towing or shunting, and can handle I-Shift gearbox makes it possible strong service offering for the con- up to 27.5 tons (25 t). The lower to “rock free” from almost any sit- struction business, we hope that front has been extended 6.5 in. uation. In addition, a new load sen- our existing customers will (165 mm). • New anti-slip cab instep with sor sends precise load weight become even more satisfied. We information to I-Shift for an opti- also have high expectations that an optional foldable extension step

helps ensure the best possible grip in all weather conditions. • New ladder and grab handle available on the day cab give the driver a quick and convenient overview of the load directly from the door opening. • New load sensor provides weight load information to the recently updated construction version of the I-Shift gearbox for an optimized gear sequence and smooth start. • Rugged construction mirror installation that is better able to withstand external damage and scratching, while the narrow mirror arm helps reduce the blind spot in this area for improved visibility from the driver position.

• New, modern headlight design with durable headlight mesh protection that helps prevent stone chipping, without interfering with the optional high-pressure headlight cleaner. • New rugged fog lights set back in the steel corners of the bumper. • New rugged steel bumper in a 3-part design: .1 in. (3 mm) thick steel outer corners, a robust skid plate and a new heavy-duty pull bar that helps protect the vital components behind it. • New anti-slip footstep integrated in the skid plate provides easy and convenient access to the windscreen for cleaning. An extra foldable extension step and/or a front grab handle at the upper grill are optional for even easier access. • Heavy-duty engine protection helps protect vital components. • New rugged steel fuel tanks have been raised for higher clearance. • A new, higher air intake position on the day cab is available as an option that optimizes the quality of the air to the engine, while also improving visibility when reversing. • New preparation kits and mounting options for working lights and reverse lights are available to choose from, making it easier to meet specific requirements. • New robust rubber mats with flanges to keep dirt and mud within the mat area for easy cleaning. • Three new interior trims to choose from: vinyl seats and door panels, textile seats and vinyl door panels or plush seats and door panels. Leather seat is optional. • Three new interior accessories contribute to improved driver comfort: a table with dedicated space for cups and pens, a practical storage box and a paper holder in water resistant fabric.


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

KELLY TRACTOR Miami, FL 305-592-5360 www.ktccat@kellytractor.com Davie, FL 954-581-8181 Fort Myers, FL 239-693-9233 Clewiston, FL 863-983-8177 West Palm Beach 561-683-1231

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Standard with the features you want and built with any options you need, we know the most important thing about your detach is the cargo that it is carrying, that’s why each model is custom designed around your wants and needs. • Capacities: 35 ton to 60 ton

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New Mack Econodyne Boosts Fuel Efficiency, Performance The latest generation of the Mack Econodyne engine family for highway applications delivers more torque at low engine speeds for improved fuel efficiency and hill pulling performance. The new Econodyne uses an intelligent torque management strategy, called EconoBoost, that gives drivers the extra muscle to keep vehicle speed constant under full engine loads to avoid downshifts. The new Econodyne was introduced at the Mid-America Trucking Show and is available with the Mack MP7 and MP8 series engines in the Mack Pinnacle model highway tractor. All Mack MP series engines are certified to the near-zero EPA2010 emissions requirements. “Econodyne is all about maximum fuel efficiency for highway applications and EconoBoost delivers the full potential of the MP series, with its additional 200 lb.-ft. of torque on tap,” said David McKenna, Mack director of powertrain sales and marketing. “EconoBoost is power with a purpose,

always there when needed, so the driver has the confidence to remain in the highest, most fuel efficient gear while under full load, instead of losing speed and downshifting. This wouldn’t be possible without Mack’s extremely advanced engine electronics.” EconoBoost initiates at 1,300 rpm, after four seconds of full throttle in the transmission’s top two gears, opening up another 200 lb.-ft. of torque for as long as needed. EconoBoost disengages once the driver lifts off the throttle and driveline torque drops to negative, such as when a hill is crested. EconoBoost delivers more than 90 percent of power after an upshift, without a “kick in the pants” experience or driveline shock, according to McKenna. “The extra power comes on smoothly,” he said. “This reduces driveline stress and gives drivers more confidence. And, of course, the added torque at low RPMs is great for improving fuel efficiency.” For more information, visit www.macktrucks.com.

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Crushing, Screening & Recycling Section Alternative to Traditional Woven Wire Available The heavy duty belt magnet removes rebar and steel from crushed product, making the crushed rock ready for use or sale.

CEC Introduces Generation II Track Mobile Impact Crusher The CEC Generation II track mobile impact crusher is the newest addition to the CEC track mounted series of crushers. This American-built impact plant has a fabricated frame design that was stress analyzed before the design was completed. The stronger frame design is loaded with operator convenience functions and boasts a larger, high capacity 52 in. by 16 ft. (132 cm by 4.8 m) feeder with second deck for controlled reject. The closed circuit screen system is a 5x12 — 2 deck 100 mm screen that hydraulically lowers for screen cloth change. The heavy duty belt magnet removes rebar and steel from crushed product, making the crushed rock ready for use or sale. The second screen deck allows reject or screened product removal — giving the user the advantage of

onsite job flexibility. The reject conveyor bolts in for left or right side discharge — another option to benefit production onsite. CEC’s Track System is field proven for the toughest jobs. Heavy duty components include very long tracks with wide track pads, low ground pressure for performance on difficult jobs, which results in excellent reliability and high performance at a reasonable cost, according to the manufacturer. The impactor has 22 in. (36 cm) of vertical drop to the under crusher conveyor. This can be increased an additional 8 in. (20 cm) with the hydraulic drop down feature. The under screen fines discharge conveyor is 60 in. (152 cm) wide for high production.

The CEC Generation II track mobile impact crusher has a fabricated frame design that was stress analyzed before the design was completed.

OptimumWire is manufactured with wire opening tolerance of plus or minus three percent.

OptimumWire woven wire screen media from Montreal-based Major Wire Industries Limited provides up to 40 percent longer wear life when compared to traditional woven wire of the same diameter, according to the manufacturer. OptimumWire is manufactured with a high carbon and high manganese content, providing resistance to abrasion and better performance for recycle screening operations worldwide. Its high ductility, hardness and tensile strength make it less susceptible to breaking in high impact conditions and with highly abrasive materials, so it lasts longer and minimizes labor, maintenance and lost production costs, according to the manufacturer. Many operations using OptimumWire also can increase open area by choosing one smaller wire diameter size to maximize production speed and shorten project times without sacrificing wear life. For recycled asphalt pavement (RAP), stainless steel OptimumWire reduces blinding, particularly in warm weather when recycled asphalt material can turn hot and sticky. OptimumWire also withstands the commonly abrasive properties of recycled concrete and demolition debris, so operators experience added wear life and less

downtime when compared to traditional woven wire. OptimumWire is manufactured with wire opening tolerance of plus or minus three percent, so producers can achieve consistent material passing for the screen’s entire life. Each screen is woven with an extremely tight tolerance to any type of movement within the crimp or weave, which prevents the wires from rubbing against each other during use. On larger wire diameters, OptimumWire is manufactured from true hard-drawn wire, unlike most traditional woven wire that is made of “rod” that varies in diameter throughout its length and creates inconsistent crimping. Hard-drawn wire is consistent throughout, providing proper crimping and weaving — and increased durability, according to the manufacturer. OptimumWire is available in a variety of crimp styles, including Double-Weave for high-impact loads and larger feed sizes, HyperSlot, and square and slotted wire. Wire diameters range from .047 in. (.1 cm) to .750 in. (1.9 cm) with openings from .125 in. (.3 cm) to 6 in. (15.2 cm). For more information, call 450/659-7681 or visit www.majorwire.cc.


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The JXT jaw crusher includes a Universal Engineering jaw crusher, Caterpillar C-9 Tier III diesel engine and fully remote controlled movement/operation.

Screen Machine Industries Inc., a manufacturer of portable crushing and screening machinery, has introduced its latest offering in tracked, portable crushing plants. The JXT jaw crusher includes features such as a Universal Engineering jaw crusher, Caterpillar C-9 Tier III diesel engine and fully remote controlled movement/operation. The JXT jaw crusher is a track mounted plant featuring remote controlled blockage clearance and automatic tramp iron relief capabilities. Operated by wireless remote controls, the JXT can process hard and difficult materials, greatly reducing the typical risk of stoppages, damages and high maintenance associated with most other jaw crushers, according to the manufacturer. For more information, call 800/837-3344 or visit www.screenmachine.com.

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MB 750 Breaker Features Double Retainer Bar System The MB 750, Atlas Copco’s recent addition to its line of medium-duty hydraulic breakers, brings power, dependability and flexibility to the job site. With high efficiency and output-to-weight ratio, the MB 750 also features a new double retainer bar system and DustProtector II to maximize the service life of the tool. Powered by a combination of oil and gas, the MB 750 recovers energy by maximizing the recoil effect. This boosts the output power of the breaker without increasing the hydraulic input power of the carrier, which results in less fuel consumption during operation. The MB 750 also achieves greater performance and productivity without adding weight to the carrier or requiring the use of a larger carrier to handle the load. In addition, the MB 750’s general verPowered by a combina- satility and compatibility with a tion of oil and gas, the MB 750 recovers energy by broad spectrum of excavators maximizing the recoil means more options on the job site, according to the manufacturer. effect.

A new feature on the MB 750 is the double retainer bar system, which maximizes the service of the tool and retainer system.

Atlas Copco breakers are among the quietest on the market, and the MB 750 is no exception at 118 dB (A). Atlas Copco’s VibroSilenced system isolates the percussion mechanism acoustically from the external guide system. Moreover, the VibroSilenced system prevents damaging vibrations that could be

detrimental to both the carrier and the operator. A new feature on the MB 750 is the double retainer bar system, which maximizes the service of the tool and retainer system. Extra long retainer bars provide a maximum contact surface to the tool and the lower hammer, and they can be

used on both sides for extended service life. Double retainer bars offer higher wear resistance than a retainer pin and are a reliable and proven locking system for the locking pins, according to the manufacturer. The MB 750 also is available with the DustProtector II, a twostage sealing system with coarse and fine strippers that prevents the penetration of abrasive dust into the lower section of the breaker. DustProtector II also keeps the lubricant around the wear bushing for a longer period of time, lowering grease consumption. The system reduces wear on the bushings and the hammer and protects against damage. The MB 750 is ideal for secondary breaking, demolition, excavation and trenching, tunneling, and special applications such as underwater — or any job that calls for a hydraulic breaker. For more information, visit www.atlascopco.us.


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Metso Expanding With Appointment of Scott Snyder

The MTH series of attachments are categorized as asphalt grinders and are positioned in the marketplace for the purpose of full-depth reclamation or “inplace milling,” which simply requires compaction and becomes a quality sub base for asphalt overlay.

The MTH series is a lineup of three models of PTO driven attachments for milling asphalt and concrete in place.

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FAE Unveils MTH Line of Attachments FAE USA has combined its experience in engineering and removal. The “A” type teeth rotors for the MTH series will development of its soil stabilizer and stump grinder attach- be available for sale at a later date. ment line and put that same technology into manufacturing With the new rotor design on the MTH incorporating its new multi-task heavy (MTH) series of attachments. more teeth, increases in efficiency for specifically grinding Although positioned in the market place as road stabiliza- asphalt is obtained. tion units, the MTH series has the versatility for “multi-taskAlthough the MTH series has the ability to crush rock, that ing” as a soil stabilizer, stone crusher, is not the primary design and funcasphalt shredder and forestry tiller, tion of these attachments as FAE according to the manufacturer. already has a line of dedicated purThe MTH series is a lineup of three pose designed rock crushers on the models of PTO driven attachments for market. milling asphalt and concrete in place. FAE USA’s Giorgio Carera said, Water sprayers can be added and bind“we’ve always had the ability to ing agents such as cement, lime or new process asphalt with our soil stabilizgeneration of polymers can be added, ers. But that was always considered a as well, for use as a traditional stabilizsecondary benefit to these attacher. ments and not the recommended sinThe models all have a working FAE’s cutter heads. gular purpose. Now, it becomes the depth of 12 to 20 in. (30.5 to 51 cm) primary feature-benefit of the MTH and a working width of 82 in. (208 cm) attachment with the secondary being for the MTH 200 GV model, 90 in. (228 cm) for the MTH forestry tilling, mixing, and processing asphalt. We feel the 225 GV and 100 in. (254 cm) for the MTH 250 GV. All three multiple functions of the MTH puts us ahead of the compemodels can be powered by a standard four-wheel drive agri- tition.” cultural tractor with a rating of 280 to 360 hp (208 to 268 The MTH series of attachments are categorized as asphalt kW) using the “creeper gear” or IVT style transmission. grinders, and positioned in the marketplace for the purpose The transmission of the MTH series is entirely mechani- of full-depth reclamation or “in-place milling” which simply cal to allow transfer of as much power from the tractor PTO requires compaction and becomes a quality sub base for directly to the rotor. Rotor revolutions have been reduced to asphalt overlay. FAE representatives said this is not intended 190 rpm to allow maximum torque to be transferred to the for interstate work but is the ultimate way of reclamation and material being stabilized. The key feature of the MTH that repaving of non-interstate county roads. After reclamation allows for total versatility of the attachment is the use of a and “rolling” the base meets or exceeds the engineering spec variable displacement chamber (VDC). This is simply a for compaction the MTH can mill through the existing fixed structural frame with an independent internal frame (or asphalt road base and all or part of the sub base below it for chamber) that houses the rotor, which is hydraulically adjust- an even mix of recycled asphalt and original road surface sub ed for desired digging depth through the use of two power- base. ful cylinders. This makes the machine more efficient for digThe overall MTH attachment design is based on the origging depth and overall quality of grinding and mixing, inal technology of the FAE SSH line of soil stabilizers, but according to the manufacturer. incorporates a different style drum and more teeth for a more The versatility of these attachments comes from changing homogeneous and even mix of “milled” material. Instead of the rotor configuration. Using the typical bullet teeth, milling a fixed rotor, it now moves independently from the outer can be accomplished just like a standard road profiler or scar- frame. ifier. Using FAE’s “A” type teeth makes the attachment an For more information, call 877-FAEUSA-1 or visit efficient forestry tiller or stump grinder and for light asphalt www.faeusa.com.

Metso has appointed Scott Snyder to the position of product manager, vibrating product line.

Metso has appointed Scott Snyder to the position of product manager, vibrating product line, North America. The appointment is effective July 1, 2010, and Snyder will be based in Metso’s York, Pa., office. “We are delighted to welcome Scott to the Metso team,” said Greg Albert, Global vice president, vibrating equipment, Metso. “He brings an extensive knowledge and expertise in screening, instrumentation and process control systems.” Snyder will assume the leadership of Metso’s vibrating equipment product line for the North American mining, construction, and mobile equipment markets. This will include the establishment and development of manufacturing operations at Metso’s Columbia, S.C., facility. The focus of Snyder’s position will be the introduction of Metso’s global product lines, which are new to the North American construction and mining markets. “Introduction of the proven Metso global construction and mining product lines, in combination with all the other industry leading Metso products, will be an exciting time for the industry. My team’s goal is to become the industry benchmark for vibrating equipment,” said Snyder. Prior to joining Metso, Snyder was a director of Schenk Mining North America, and was president and founder of International Precision Controls Inc., which commercialized analyzer technology for coal, power and mineral mining applications. For more information, visit www.metso.com.


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New Holland B Series Crawler Dozers Tackle Tough Jobs

Featuring blade angle forces up to 31,000 lbs. (14,061 kg) and blade angle torque up to 85,250 ft.-lbs. (38,669 kg), the New Holland D85B and D95B crawler dozers can perform tough earthmoving jobs. The optional variable pitch blade adjustment makes it easy to adjust the blade angle between the 52-degree carrying angle and the 60-degree cutting angle, according to the manufacturer. New Holland crawler dozers are available in three different track configurations — LT (long track), WT (wide track), or LGP (low ground pressure) to handle everything from firm ground conditions and sloped areas to soft, swampy ground conditions. Advanced track life also is offered as an option for all three track configurations. New Holland B Series crawler dozers have a leading SAE point score for periodic maintenance. The tilt-over cab/platform provides quick service access to hydraulic pumps and powertrain components. Easy-open service panels provide fast, convenient access to maintenance checkpoints. For more information, visit www.newholland.com.

New Holland crawler dozers are available in three different track configurations — LT (long track), WT (wide track), or LGP (low ground pressure) to handle everything from firm ground conditions and sloped areas to soft, swampy ground conditions.

PC35MR-3 Lets Operators Focus on the Work in Front Komatsu America Corp.’s PC35MR-3 compact hydraulic excavator is designed to bring increased production and added operator comfort to contractors in a variety of construction, utility, landscaping and other applications. The PC35MR-3 is equipped with KOMTRAX technology, which sends machine operating information to a secure Web site utilizing wireless technology. Data such as operating hours, machine location and fuel levels are relayed to the web application for analysis. The KOMTRAX fleet monitoring system increases machine availability, reduces the risk of machine theft and provides a wealth of other information to drive business efficiency. Operator Comfort For operator comfort, the PC35MR-3 allows easy entry and egress due to the wide entrance and well placed handholds. A fully adjustable suspension seat with retractable seatbelt lessens fatigue, and pilot proportional joystick controls with wrist rests permit continuous, comfortable operation. Productivity The PC35MR-3 is a member of the minimum swing radius (MR) family of compact

excavators. This enables the operator to focus on the work in front and worry less about rear swing impacts in confined areas. The PC35MR-3 has an operating weight of 7,909 lb. (3,587 kg), and features a maximum dig depth of 11 ft. 4 in. (3.4 m). The standard thumb mounting bracket and auxiliary hydraulics simplify hydraulic thumb installation enhancing the machine’s capability and versatility, according to the manufacturer. The optional power angle (PA) blade allows the operator to angle the blade 25 degrees to the right or left, increasing the excavator’s productivity; this is especially useful when backfilling trenches, according to the manufacturer. Power The PC35MR-3 gets its power from a Komatsu engine with a net horsepow-

er of 28.9 hp (21.5 kW). The direct injection engine meets EPA emissions requirements and is fuel efficient without sacrificing power or efficiency. The X-track frame deters the build-up of dirt and debris saving the operator valuable time when

cleaning the machine. The single, large diameter swing pin ensures long life and durability of the boom swing mechanism. Service and Maintenance The operator compartment tilts up for providing access to the hydraulic components and the back of the engine (starter/alternator). The wide opening engine cover and side covers provide outstanding access to daily checkpoints. In addition, the radiator and oil cooler are side by side making them easy to inspect and clean, and it ensures that only the cleanest freshest air reaches each component. Extended greasing and service intervals make it easier to schedule maintenance. For more information, visit www.komatsuamerica.com.


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Hitachi Excavators to Use Engines With EGR Technology Hitachi excavators will feature engines with cooled exhaust gas recirculation (EGR) and exhaust filters consisting of a diesel oxidation catalyst/diesel particulate filter to meet the 2011 Interim Tier IV (IT4)/Stage III B emissions regulations mandated by the EPA and EU for diesel engines 174 to 750 hp (130 to 559 kW). “Hitachi believes this is the simplest IT4 solution. And it continues to deliver the productivity, fuel efficiency and reliability that customers expect from Hitachi,” said Mark Wall, product marketing manager of Hitachi construction excavators in the Americas. Hitachi’s approach to meeting IT4 regulations is an evolution of the current clean-burning and fuel-efficient Tier III/Stage III A Isuzu engine platform currently used in Hitachi excavators. The Isuzu cooled EGR engine platform for IT4 compliance is less complex to maintain compared to SCR (selective catalytic reduction) systems. “Unlike SCR, this IT4 solution doesn’t require liquid urea to achieve the necessary emissions reduction. There aren’t any other fluids to acquire, fill and store on job sites,” Wall said. “EGR requires just one fluid – diesel fuel.” Many Hitachi excavators featuring Isuzu engines with Tier III/Stage III A cooled EGR technology are running reliably today, and the Interim Tier IV/Stage III B units will be a natural next step for Hitachi dealers to sell and support, according to the manufacturer. “Hitachi dealers will be ready to service and support these new engines and optimize the overall efficiency of the excavator,” Wall said. Hitachi excavators currently using Isuzu engines range from the ZX75US-3 through the ZX850LC-3.

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Joseph L. Abbott Jr., national sales man- Bachelor of Science degree in accounting Saint Joseph’s University, ager of Godwin Pumps, passed away Sept. from Philadelphia, Pa. He served as a member of 12. Joining the Godwin Pumps team in 1989, NASSCO for more than 20 years, also as a Mr. Abbott brought sales and manufacturing director. He also was a member of the expertise to the company from the sewer American Rental Association, the National Mining Association, the North American rehabilitation industry. In the ensuing 20 years, Mr. Abbott was Society of Trenchless Technology, the Water the primary sales contact with consulting Environment Federation and the National engineers, working on hundreds of large and Utilities Contractors Association. Mr. Abbott is survived small bypass operations – by his wife, Stephanie Rair from 100,000 GPM to 300 Abbott, and their three chilMGD – pumping process dren, Molly, J.J. and sewers as well as municipal Megan. He was the son of treatment plants, pump staDr. and Mrs. Joseph L. tions and sewer systems. In Abbott Sr., brother of Eva addition, Mr. Abbott helped (Van), Lou (Paola), build Godwin’s distribution Theresa, Andy (Mary) and network throughout the Bill (Kathy); also survived United States and Canada, by 14 nieces and nephews. managed product pricing Memorial donations may and oversaw bids. Mr. be made to Life Center of Abbott also had many Eastern Delaware Countyspeaking engagements at Meal Program, 6310 trade functions throughout Market St., Upper Darby, North America. PA 19082 in memory of Joe A Radnor, Pa., resident, Abbott. Mr. Abbott received his Joseph L. Abbott Jr.


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‘Florida Character’Abounds In Commercial, Retail Area ALAFIA from page 26

On-Site Arborist Master arborist and professional forester Richard Bailey was contracted to identify the grand oaks at the site, property so close to his childhood home that he remembers exploring it as a youngster. “Mr. Ortega loves trees and has put a lot of effort into saving as many as possible. He has kept me involved in the building process to address tree issues as they come up. Sometimes he wants to save additional trees or root prune where excavation takes place within the drip line. We used a Dosko root cutter adapted to a Bobcat skid steer. We have the only one like it. “It was a difficult site with many changes to the tree protection plan,” Bailey pointed out. “Hillsborough County has agreed to let me document necessary changes due to tree quality and disease problems. I think my being on the site has helped the county and the builder so that activity doesn’t stop when a problem crops up. We still have a lot of work to do with the final trim and hand clearing in the tree preservation areas. We are losing a number of sabal palms to the Phytoplasm disease. But, overall, the trees look great and the work that Sound Construction has done keeping up the tree protection barricades has worked very well.” Ed Hoffman, AIA principal with Hoffman Architects added, “With Mr. Ortega being an architect himself, there was a wonderful respect for our roles in the project. He allowed us to have input in the master plan and then take the commercial/retail portion of the project to a level of Florida character and sophistication of which we are quite proud. “The second draw to this project was the great site, even though it presented the biggest challenge,” Hoffman admitted. “The team wanted to be as sensitive as possible with the existing magnificent trees, yet still obtain the necessary square footage our commercial buildings required.” Subcontractors on the project include Carr and Son Masonry and Concrete, Power Design Electrical, H and H Mechanical/ Plumbing and Dependable Stucco.

Photo courtesy of Ripa & Associates

Earthwork and land clearing have been undertaken with great care in order to preserve as many trees as possible.

Phase II of the project, called Alafia Crossings, will reportedly be approximately 40,000 sq. ft. of retail space, and more than 20,000 sq. ft. of professional office space. Plans for the total project also include a number of restaurants that may include a large chain coffeehouse. Phase III of the master plan is a full-service Holiday Inn with restaurant and meeting rooms, to be developed by American Hotel Development Partners. “This will be different from the ‘Express’Holiday Inns currently in the area because it will offer all residents of the area a place for meetings and fine dining,” Ortega explained. Apartment leasing is set to begin in the final quarter of 2010, with move-ins scheduled for summer 2011.” (This story also can be found on Construction Equipment Guide’s Web site at www.constructionequipmentguide.com.) CEG

Photo courtesy of Garrison Developer Group of Florida

The buildings are situated in a park-like setting with more than 1,200 ft. of waterfront and a 3,000ft. frontage on the 80-acre Alafia River nature preserve and wildlife conservation area.


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Kubota KX057-4 Tail Swing Excavator’s Design Adds Stability, Lift Capacity Kubota’s KX057-4, a new conventional tail swing model in the 5 ton (4.5 t) class, is designed to provide operators with enhanced performance and increased stability in open areas. The KX057-4 offers an optional hydraulic float angle blade with 25-degree pivot angle for increased productivity; while the machine’s new design adds stability and lift capacity. “We’re pleased to add our KX057-4 excavator to offer power, performance and comfort to help meet the demands of construction equipment operators,” said Keith Rohrbacker, Kubota product manager. “A completely new design, this latest five-ton compact excavator from Kubota has outstanding features geared toward efficiency and productivity.”

The new Kubota KX057-4 is a 5-ton (4.5 t) conventional tail swing compact excavator designed to provide operators with enhanced performance and increased stability in open areas.

Stability, Power and Productivity The conventional tail swing on the Kubota KX057-4 provides added stability in open areas, even when a thumb and wide buckets are used. With a 47.6 gross hp (35.5 kW) direct-injection Kubota diesel engine that features singleside servicing, this machine includes an auto idle feature that conserves fuel and reduces noise level, according to the manufacturer. A new, load-sensing hydraulic system employs a combination of closed and open center controls to ensure strong digging forces and minimize “slow down” during travel when using attachments. The advanced load-sensing system provides optimum oil flow to each cylinder for smooth multifunction operation and enhanced fuel economy. Auto-downshift travel motors on the KX057-4 offer smooth transitions through turns, and the optional hydraulic angle blade improves backfilling efficiency. Float is standard equipment on all blades and combines with high traction force to speed the operator on to their next job. These blades include a reversible bolt-on cutting edge to reduce operating costs. Two auxiliary hydraulics ports also are available, expanding attachment versatility. This allows the operator to exchange hydraulic attachments and leave the thumb connected at all times, speeding attachment changes. Performance Features Light, simple movements of the wrist are all that is required to operate the KX057-4’s fully hydraulic pilot control system. The auxiliary hydraulics system is equipped with attachment flow presets from the control panel and thumb-ready sticks to speed attachment installation and

changes. “The KX057-4 also uses X-frame construction for high strength and excellent stability,” explained Rohrbacker. “The frame’s angle design has enlarged cleanout ports for easier cleaning that saves valuable time. We have increased the number of dual-flanged lower track rollers to reduce vibration for a smoother ride, and longer track life. Kubota has matched the new three-pump load sensing system with the auto-downshift travel motors flawlessly, creating the ability to make quick, smooth turns,” he added. Deluxe Interior Operators will find entry and exit on the KX057-4 easy because of the wide doors and a large operator’s space along with optimal legroom. In addition to the comfortable high back suspension seat, the operator can adjust the arm rests to a comfortable position. Full pilot and ergonomically placed controls optimize well-being and reduce fatigue to help improve overall performance, according to the manufacturer. Conveniently located for clear view and easy access, the new digital display panel provides vital information at-aglance, and even notifies the operator when maintenance is due, reducing operating costs. Wide-ranging safety attributes include swivel and travel negative brake systems that hold the house and tracks in place on slopes. These systems simplify transportation and provide almost infinite positioning to improve load spacing. And to ensure optimum operator safety on job sites, all canopy and cab models feature a ROPS/FOPS certification. Even the operator’s investment is protected with Kubota’s own anti-theft system included as standard equipment. For more information, call 888/458-2682 or visit www.kubota.com.

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Your wish is its command. Think it, then do it, with the precise hydraulics of a new Zaxis Dash-3 Excavator. Low-effort, short-throw pilot levers, balanced engine performance and hydraulic flow, best-in-class metering, and smooth multifunction operation make good operators great, and great ones unbelievable. These utility-sized Dash-3s also deliver increased swing torque, faster arm roll-in, and faster boom lower/arm movement for faster cycle times. Bonus. Tired of jerky, wandering controls that have a mind of their own? Make a smooth move to new Hitachi Dash-3 Excavators. www.hitachiconstruction.com

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Thompson Emergency Response Team Fights Gulf Oil Spill Within a few days of the incident on the Deepwater Horizon, Thompson Pump Company mobilized its emergency response team (ERT) to provide pumping equipment, supplies, manpower and a wealth of tactical knowledge to areas devastated by the Gulf of Mexico oil spill. Once the extent and location of the potential damages were ascertained, Thompson Pump began supplying pumps and equipment throughout areas of Louisiana, Mississippi, Alabama and Florida currently or imminently impacted by the oil spill. Thompson’s ERT currently is skimming in both deep and shallow waters throughout the Gulf as well as in rivers and streams in the bayous and marshes in order to help minimize the devastation. Thompson Pump is slated to have as many

Thompson Pump is working closely with contractors involved in the clean-up. Thompson Pump is slated to have as many as 100 pumps to facilitate oil containment, recovery and transfer.

as one hundred pumps, along with hoses and specialized skimming devices, to facilitate oil containment, recovery and transfer. Thompson Pump branch locations in Hammond, La., Jackson, Miss., Pass Christian, Miss., Pensacola, Fla., and Panama City, Fla., are all directly involved with this project. These locations, along with the aid of the Thompson Pump nationwide network of branches, are providing equipment, service and support to aid in the environmental restoration efforts. “Although this challenge is significant and extensive, Thompson Pump has the experience and equipment necessary to assist in the long-term restoration of our waters and our shoreline,” said Bill Thompson, president of Thompson Pump. “We are allocating enormous resources to attack this problem with the intention of enabling the citizens in the affected areas to resume their normal lives as quickly as possible.” Thompson Pump is working closely with contractors who are tasked with various areas of clean-up responsibilities. About Thompson Pump and the ERT A 40-year veteran in disaster relief, Thompson Pump has facilitated numerous cleanup efforts over the years, including the Exxon Valdez Oil Spill of 1989. Members of the specialized emergency response team are trained to respond quickly and effectively to major catastrophes such as the Deepwater Horizon oil spill crisis. For more information, call 800/767-7310 or visit Thompson Pump is working closely with contractors www.thompsonpump.com/gulfemergencyequipment. involved in the clean-up.

Rototilt Attachment By Indexator Copper, Industrial Metals Thrives in Tough Applications Rise on Chinese Demand Rototilt is available in five models covering excaWhile the Rototilt attachment by Indexator is used primarily in conventional excavator applica- vators and backhoes from 3 to 30 ton (2.7 to 27 t) tions with standard or universal ditching buckets, it capacity. For more information, call 519/754-2195 or visit also works in a wide range of more demanding applications. With special attachments such as con- www.indexator.us. crete cutters, compactors, grapples, pile drivers, rail tie changers, drills, and almost any type of excavator or backhoe attachment, Rototilt can take on the toughest jobs, according to the manufacturer. The flexibility of the Rototilt attachment allows a bucket or other attachment to be rotated and tilted at the same time, making it simple to operate around or under obstacles, or to manipulate special excavator or backhoe tools. It is useful in tight working conditions and to perform functions that might normally require specialized The flexibility of the Rototilt attachment allows a bucket or other equipment. attachment to be rotated and tilted at the same time.

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NEW YORK (AP) Copper and other industrial metals rose recently on signs of strong demand and expectations for growth in China, sending copper to its highest level in three weeks. Copper for September delivery rose 9.15 cents, or 3 percent, to settle at $3.0930 a pound, its highest close since June 29. Adam Klopfenstein, senior market strategist at Lind-Waldock, said it was unclear if copper prices would be able to stay above $3 a pound as the strength of the economic recovery remained uncertain. Federal Reserve Chairman Ben Bernanke sounded caution about the economic recovery in testimony before Congress July 21. Bernanke said the economic outlook remains “unusually uncertain,” and the central bank was considering options to help revive the recovery if it faltered.

Industrial metals such as copper are used in manufacturing and construction. Strong economic growth would mean more production at factories and more building, boosting demand for the metal and its production. Tom Pawlicki, commodities analyst with MF Global Research in Chicago, said higher expectations for growth in China was driving copper’s gains. On July 20, the International Energy Agency said China had surpassed the United States to become the world’s biggest energy consumer. Copper producer FreeportMcMoRan Copper & Gold Inc. said July 21 that global copper demand was robust despite the bumpy economic recovery. The company was planning to restart some operations stopped during the recession. The copper market was strong in northern Europe, China and in the United States, said CEO Richard Adkerson.


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Obama Plan Calls for 150,000 Miles of Road Rebuilding PLAN from page 1

been all but non-existent recently, will be necessary.” That left the plan with low odds of becoming law this year. When Congress returns from summer recess in midSeptember, it is likely to remain in session for only a few weeks before lawmakers return home to campaign for re-election. Administration officials said that even if Congress quickly approved the program, it would not produce jobs until sometime next year. That means the proposal's only pre-election impact may be a political one as the White House tries to demonstrate to voters that it is working to boost the economy and create jobs. At a Labor Day speech in Milwaukee, Obama said Republicans are betting that between now and the Nov. 2 elections, Americans will forget the Republican economic policies that led to the recession. He said Republicans have opposed virtually everything he has done to help the economy, and have proposed solutions that have only made the problem worse. “That philosophy didn’t work out so well for middle-class families all across America,” Obama said. “It didn’t work out so well for our country. All it did was rack

up record deficits and result in the worst economic crisis since the Great Depression.” He said Republicans have consistently opposed his economic proposals. Republicans made clear that Obama should not expect any help from them. Senate Republican Leader Mitch McConnell said the plan “should be met with justifiable skepticism.” He said it would raise taxes while Americans are “still looking for the ‘shovelready’ jobs they were promised more than a year ago” in the $814 billion economic stimulus measure. The Republican leader in the House of Representatives, John Boehner, added “We don't need more government ‘stimulus’ spending. We need to end Washington Democrats’ out-of-control spending spree, stop their tax hikes, and create jobs by eliminating the job-killing uncertainty that is hampering our small businesses.” Administration officials are hunting broadly for ways to revive the economy.

Manitowoc Model Shop Introduces 31000 Scale Model

But they are likely to drop a separate proposal to renew a law exempting companies from paying federal pension taxes on any

portation plan’s initial $50 billion would be the beginning of a six-year program of transportation improvements, but they did not give an overall figure. The proposal has a longer-range focus than last year’s economic stimulus bill, which was more targeted on immediate job creation. The plan calls for rebuilding 150,000 mi. (241,400 km) of roads; building and maintaining 4,000 mi. (6,400 km) of rail lines and 150 mi. (240 km) of airport runways, and installing a new air navigation system to reduce travel times and delays. Obama also called for a permanent funding mechanism, an infrastructure bank, to focus on paying for national and regional infrastructure projects. Officials provided few details of how the bank would work. Obama said the proposal would be fully paid for. In an earlier briefing for reporters, administration officials said Obama would pay for the program by asking lawmakers to close tax breaks for oil and gas companies and multinational corporations.

The plan calls for rebuilding 150,000 mi. (241,400 km) of roads; building and maintaining 4,000 mi. (6,400 km) of rail lines and 150 mi. (240 km) of airport runways, and installing a new air navigation system to reduce travel times and delays. unemployed workers they hire, according to a White House official who spoke on condition of anonymity because the decision was not final. Obama acknowledged that the past eight months of modest private-sector job growth hasn’t been enough to bring down the unemployment rate. Administration officials said the trans-

The Manitowoc 31000, the largest Manitowoc crawler crane ever designed and built, will soon be captured in a replica model. The 1:50th scale model will arrive at ConExpo 2011 next March. The model replicates the design and details of the crane, including the variable position counterweight. Even at onefiftieth of the size of the actual crane, the model will be the largest offered by Manitowoc. When fully assembled, the model height will peak at almost 100 in (254 cm). Amanda Barbarossa, promotional program manager, said the new 31000 model is a highly anticipated addition to The Manitowoc Model Shop. “We’ve had a lot of success with our large crane models since the Manitowoc 18000 model came out in 2005,” she said. “Given its size and the new technology it includes, it is an exciting new model.” Features include moving crawler tracks, full-rotation slewing, a detailed hook block, key-operated drums, a detailed cab interior and a fully functioning variable position counterweight system with individual counterweights. The Manitowoc 31000 model will be painted Manitowoc red and will be rigged with an 262 ft. (80m) boom and a 131 ft. (40m) luffing jib at a 1:50 scale. Production is limited to The Manitowoc 31000 model will be painted Manitowoc 500 pieces, and each unit will retail for $1,800. For more information, visit www.manitowocmod- red and will be rigged with a 262 ft. (80m) boom and a 131 ft. (40m) luffing jib at a 1:50 scale. elshop.com.


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Komatsu’s D31EX-22, D31PX-22 Crawler Dozers Sport HST Komatsu America Corp.’s D31EX-22 and D31PX-22 crawler dozers, equipped with Komatsu’s hydrostatic transmission (HST), are designed for work in general construction, site preparation, home building, forestry and utility applications. Building on the design of the D51-22 dozer series, the D31EX-22 machines feature a super-slant nose coupled with a new cab forward design that moves the operator closer to the blade while improving machine balance, ride and stability. Outfitted with a fuel efficient 3.26 L, EPA Tier III emissions certified Komatsu SAA4D95LE-5 engine, these new models push with a net power of 78 hp (58 kW) at 2,200 rpm and range in operating weight from 17,020 to 18,827 lbs. (7,720 to 8,540 kg), depending on the machine version. With 86 in. (218 cm) of track on the ground both standard (EX) and low ground pressure (PX) models offer customers weight distribution and flotation options to best match their application, according to the manufacturer. The D31-22 steering system provides smooth agile movement when dozing, even in gradual turns, permitting the operator to approach dozing objects accurately in corner grading and sidewall operations. The D3122 dozers employ a large power angle tilt blade with a capacity of 2.09 to 2.11 cu. yd. (1.6 to 1.6 cu m), which results in more material staying on the blade and making it a more productive machine. The new dozer is equipped with KOMTRAX technology, which sends machine operating information to a secure Web site utilizing wireless technology. Hour meter, location, cautions and maintenance alerts are relayed to the web application for analysis. The KOMTRAX fleet monitoring system increases machine availability, reduces the risk of machine theft, allows for remote diagnosis by the distributor, and provides a wealth of other information to drive business efficiency and productivity. Features of the D31EX/PX-22 include: • Hydrostatic Transmission Selection of either variable or quick-shift speed control allows the D31-22 dozers to achieve maximum efficiency during fine or rough grading operations with optimal travel speeds to match job conditions and operator preferences. Switching between modes is as simple as pushing a button. When the variable speed is selected, travel speed is adjustable through a 20 incremental speed range. Travel speed is shown on an LED monitor display and controlled by the shift buttons on the PCCS travel control. The quick-shift speed selection enables the operator to select three predetermined speed settings to match job conditions. A

The D31-22 steering system provides smooth agile movement when dozing, even in gradual turns, permitting the operator to approach dozing objects accurately in corner grading and sidewall operations.

separate brake and decelerator pedal provide easy, predictable operation. • Blade Visibility and Comfortable Ride The new cab forward, integrated ROPS/FOPS dozer cab — designed with large glass windows — provides more room for operators while moving them closer to the blade for improved visibility and increased comfort. Internal cab air pressure and air filters minimize dust inside the cab, and new cab damper mounts suppress noise and vibration when traveling over rough terrain. • Palm Command Control System (PCCS) Komatsu’s low-effort Palm Command Control System (PCCS) is ergonomically designed to provide efficient operation while enhancing operator comfort. The Palm

Command Control System travel joystick allows the operator to maintain a relaxed posture without sacrificing control. The blade control joystick utilizes the proportional pressure control (PPC) valve for fine control of machine operation. • Convenient Maintenance Equals Guaranteed Reliability Acknowledging that maintenance is critical for successful equipment uptime, Komatsu designed the D31-22 with easy routine maintenance in mind. Daily engine checks are grouped at the left-hand side of the engine compartment for easy access, while the rear mounted swing-up electronically-controlled reversible hydraulic fan allows for easy checks of the radiator, oil cooler and charge air cooler. The D31-22 also boasts extended undercarriage life with large links and large diameter bushings for

reduced undercarriage maintenance costs. Other features that contribute to maintenance efficiency and machine durability include: • Ground level daily checks for easy maintenance. • Hydraulic dynamic braking system, requiring less maintenance than conventional braking systems. • Improved track life with increased bushing diameter, improved seals, long link pitch and a lubricated track. • Large bolt-on center blade ball increases wear life. • Central cab monitor is equipped with onboard diagnostics to help speed repairs. • Heavy-plate steel and strong steel castings used throughout. For more information, visit www.komatsuamerica.com.


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GOING OUT OF BUSINESS – ABSOLUTE AUCTION CONSTRUCTION EQUIPMENT – TRUCKS & TRAILERS

Reid Construction Co. 1627 Highway 78 West Villa Rica, Georgia Wednesday, October 6, 2010 9:00AM

EQUIPMENT LIST RUBBER TIRED LOADER: CAT 938G II; CRAWLER LOADERS: CAT 963C; CAT 953C; CRAWLER TRACTORS: CAT D8T; CAT D6N; 2008 CAT D6K; (2) CAT D5G LGP; (2) CAT D5G XL; (2) CAT D3G XL; 2008 CAT D3G LGP; CAT D8T RIPPER; EXCAVATORS: CAT 330DL; CAT 325CL; CAT 325C; (2) CAT 324DL; CAT 320CL; CAT H160 HAMMER; MINI EXCAVATORS: CAT 305CR; CAT 304CR; LOADER BACKHOE: CAT 416D; SKID STEER LOADERS: CAT 246B; BOBCAT T300; MOTOR GRADER: CAT 12H; COMPACTORS: CAT 815F PADFOOT; CAT CP433E VIBRATORY; CAT CP563E SHEEPSFOOT; HAMM 3307P PADFOOT; WACKER RT-82 R/C TRENCH; 6X6 ARTICULATED END DUMPS: (2) TA30 TEREX; TRUCK TRACTOR: 2007 MACK CL733 3/A; WATER TRUCK: 2005 KENWORTH; FUEL & LUBE TRUCK: 1995

MACK CH613; MECHANICS TRUCKS: 2007 FORD F750; (3) 2007 CHEVROLET K350 CREW; 2007 CHEVROLET K2500 CREW; 2006 CHEVROLET C2500 CREW; STAKE TRUCK: 2008 FORD F450; TRUCKS: 2009 GMC 1500; (4) 2008 GMC 2500; 2007 CHEVROLET K3500 CREW DUALLY; 2007 CHEVROLET 1500; 2007 CHEVROLET 1500 4X4 SILVERADO CREW; 2007 CHEVROLET K2500 CREW; 2002 FORD F150 XLT; TRAILER: LIDDELL K55; COLUMBIAN FUEL; MISCELLANEOUS: GRAPPLE BUCKET; BRUSH CUTTER; ROOT RAKE; RIPPER; THUMB; PUMP W/12K GAL TANK; CHAINSAWS; CONCRETE SAW; CUT OFF SAWS; HAMMERS; GENERATORS; CABLE LOCATOR; WEEDEATERS; LASERS; TRANSIT; SWEEPER; ARROW BOARDS; ETC. Terms: Payment in full on Sale Day by Cash, Cashier’s Check or Certified Checks. Personal and Company Checks MUST have bank letter of guarantee. Additional terms can be found in the sale day catalog. There is a one (1%) percent buyer’s premium.

Bid. Online bidding is provided by RealtimeB Visit their website at www.realtimebid.com for more information and to BID ONLINE! Note: There is an additional 2% buyer’s premium for online bidders.

Auctioneer: V. Peter Clark ; Firm Lic# ACNR002321 License #AUNR002941

Sale Conducted By:

1670 Commerce Road Holland, Ohio 43528 www.yoderandfrey.com

Phone: 419-865-3990 Fax: 419-865-4595 email: info@yoderandfrey.com


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Construction Equipment & Truck

AUCTION

Friday October 8, 9:00 am RICHMOND, VA

Sale Site: 3600 Deepwater Terminal Road, 23234

ONSITE & LIVE ONLINE BIDDING

LOTS 1-600

At Motley’s I-95 Auction Complex 3600 Deepwater Terminal Road Featuring the Commonwealth of Virginia Also Selling for:

ALREADY CONSIGNED - EQUIPMENT: ’04 Bobcat 316 Hdy. Compact Excavator, ’98 CAT D5MXL Crawler Dozer, ’99 Bell B25C T/A Off-Road Dump Truck, ’89 JD 762 Scraper, ’94 Galion 830 Grader, ’94 Komatsu WA180 Wheel Loader, ’99 & ’89 JD 544E Wheel Loaders, ’98 New Holland LX865 Super Boom Skid Steer, ’01 CAT 262 Turbo Skid Steer, ’00 Vermeer LM25 Trencher, ’05 Ditch Witch RT40 Trencher, ’97 Ditch Witch 5110 Trencher, ’89 Kubota L1170 Utility Tractor TRUCKS: ’04 Volvo ISX450 Road Tractor, ’95 Mack CH613 T/A Road Tractor, ’00 Ford F350XL Superduty 28’ Bucket Truck, ’90 IHC 4700 Crane Truck, ’94 GMC 3500 Utility Truck w/Crane, ’93 Ford LT9000 T/A Dump Truck, ’91 GMC 7000 Dump Truck, ’90 IHC DT466 T/A Dump Truck, ’04 Hino FB1817 Box Truck, ’03 IHC 4300 Box Truck, ’01 Hino FE2620 Box Truck, ’99 Hino FB1817 Box Truck, ’01 Freightliner FL80 T/A Rollback, ’99 Ford F450 Cab & Chassis, ’99 IHC 4700 S/A Recycling Truck, ’97 IHC S/A Underground Line Puller Truck, ’86 Ford F700 Drill Truckk ’98 Monaco Diplomat Motor Home PLUS: Trailers, Air Compressors, Generators, Snow Plows, Message Boards, Light Towers & Much More Being Added Daily!

INTERNET ONLY AUCTION

1998 Cat D5MXL Crawler Dozer

1999 Bell B25C T/A Off-Road Dump Truck

Bidding Closes: Sat., October 9th, 2010, beginning at 10AM Tools, Support Equipment, Attachments & More Lots 1000 & Up WiFi Onsite Bring your laptop on October 8th if you’d like to bid while you’re here!

2001 Cat 262 Turbo Skid Steer

ACCEPTING ITEMS THROUGH October 6TH

804-232-3300

1995 Mack CH613 T/A Road Tractor

1998 Monaco Diplomat Motor Home

B C usiness

September 23, 2010 – Forum. Association of Subcontractors and Affiliates (ASA) Chicago Quarterly Safety & Insurance Forum is being held on Thursday, 9/23/10- from 11:30 AM to 1:00 PM with special guest speakers planned. Now is not the time to cut corners on your safety program! Join other ASA Chicago safety professionals in this open forum to address your problems on the job site. Forums are open only to ASA Chicago members, and FREE to attend; another exclusive member benefit. All attendees are entered automatically into a FREE drawing for a valuable prize. Location: ASA Chicago Office, 2200 E. Devon Avenue, Suite 261, Des Plaines, IL. Telephone: (847) 827-8336; Fax: (847) 8278359. September 24, 2010 – Golf Tournament. AGC St. Louis, Construction Leadership Council’s 5th Annual Glow Ball Golf Tournament to be held at Ridge Golf & Country Club, 643 Ridge Road, Waterloo, IL. $260/Team or $65/Person – Nine holes of Glow Ball Golf including cart, two glow balls, two drink tickets and dinner; only 72 spots available; Dinner starts at 6:00 p.m.; Shotgun start at 7:00 p.m. Proceeds benefit the Jeff Staley Safety Foundation, raising motorists awareness on driving safety in construction work zones. For more information or Questions: Call Nancy Valentine at 314781-2356, extension 103. September 25 thru October 1, 2010 – Course. AGC of America (The Associated General Contractors of America) is offering this 5-day course with experienced project managers and project engineers instruction on project planning, safety management, construction productivity, subcontractor/vendor management, CPM scheduling, claims management, legal issues/contract clauses, construction ethics, cost control, project record keeping, communications, leadership/human resource issues, time management, problem solving and decisions making, and blending family and work. Early bird registration available: Register by July 15, 2010 and receive $5.00 off your tuition! Hotel information: Dolce Hayes Mansion, San Jose, CA (408) 226-3200 and Contact information: Contact education@agc.org for more information. September 30, 2010 – Luncheon. Association of Subcontractors and Affiliates (ASA) Chicago would like you to join them for a Lunch ‘N Learn on 9/30/10- from 11:30 AM to 1:30 PM (lunch included). Learn how to benefit in all aspects of your work to increase and protect your bottom line; be informed about the customer, owner, developer, and the property before the contract; and tips and tricks for finding hidden details to help you determine which jobs to take. Location: ASA Chicago, 2200 E. Devon Avenue, Suite 261, Des Plaines, IL. Telephone: (847) 827-8336; www.asachicago.org.com. October 1, 2010 – Golf Tournament. Construction Data Services presents the 7th Annual Charity Golf Tournament to be held at Quail Creek Golf Course, 6022 Wells Road, St. Louis, MO. The festivities include a golf tournament and auction on Friday, October 1, 2010. A day of fun with a “Florida Scramble” golf tournament beginning at 1:00 p.m. For more information, contact Paul Jacobi at 314-645-5577. October 5, 2010 – Meet the GCs Night. Association of Subcontractors and Affiliates (ASA)

alendar

Chicago is hosting a “Meet the GCs Night” on 10/5/2010 starting at 4:30 PM (open cocktails); 5:30 Dinner; 6:30 PM Meet the GC Night begins! Network with over 800 Subs, Suppliers, GCs, Architects and Engineers…all in one location! Establish new leads and network with other trades. Don’t miss ASA Chicago’s most popular Annual Event! ASA Chicago BUILDS BUSINESS! Location: Venuti’s, 2251 West Lake Street, Addison, (630) 376-1500. Register online at www.ASAchicago.org. Mining New Members. Everyone knows wordof-mouth advertising from satisfied customers brings more business to your company. As an IAAP member, you have experienced valuable benefits from membership in this Association and along the way maybe you have talked with others in the industry about joining the IAAP. Your efforts are now being rewarded through a new member recruitment program called “Mining New Members.” For more information, please contact IAAP Outreach Manager Shawn McKinney at (217) 241-1639 or shawn@hansoninfosys.com. DONATION - HELP Support IAAP’s Political Activities – The IAAP Political Action Committee (PAC) was created in order to provide financial support for our allies in the Illinois General Assembly. Whether from Chicago or Downstate Illinois, Democrat or Republican, these legislators all have one thing in common – they support bills that help the Illinois aggregates industry and oppose bills that hurt our interests. As the cost of political campaigns continues to rise, we want to ensure that legislators who support this industry can compete and continue to do good work. For that reason, supporting the IAAP PAC is critically important to the future of our industry, your company, and your Association’s political activities. Please consider sending a donation, payable to the IAAP, to: John Henriksen, Secretary/Treasurer, IAAP PAC, 1115 S. 2nd Street, Springfield, Illinois 62704. INFORMATION - AGC of St. Louis Governmental Affairs Legislative Update: Legislative Alert – New Illinois Law Could have Significant Effect on Contractors. The AGC of St. Louis has become aware of a new Illinois law passed that could have a dramatic effect on our members who perform work in Illinois. On June 16, Illinois Governor Pat Quinn signed House Bill 6349 into law which enhances the Illinois Workers on Public Works Act. From: AGC of St. Louis Governmental Affairs (mail to: agccom@agcstl.org). INFORMATION - The Transportation for Illinois Coalition (TFIC) has published and electronic version of it’s most recent white paper, an analysis of the 2009 capital program. To download a copy of this document, go to the TFIC website: http://www.tficillinois.org, click on publications and open the file entitled Capital Funding for Transportation. Questions? Please feel free to contact John Henriksen, Illinois Association of Aggregate Producers, 1115 South 2nd Street, Springfield, IL 62704. Office: (217) 241-1639. Cell: (217) 899-7389. Fax: (217) 241-1641. AGC Volunteer Appreciation - The AGC of St. Louis is grateful for the many members who serve on committees. The time devoted by these individuals and the knowledge they share with the industry in very important to the success of the AGC.


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Complete Liquidation of Late Model Cat, John Deere Construction Equipment, Trucks, Trailers & Support Equipment. FRIDAY, OCTOBER 8 @ 9:30 AM NASHVILLE, TENNESSEE HILITES INCLUDE: 2 ARTICULATED HAUL TRUCKS: (2) Cat D250E, 4 HYDRAULIC EXCAVATORS: 2005 Cat 330CL, Cat 330L, Komatsu PC300-7LC, IHI 35N, 2 MOTOR SCRAPERS: (2)Cat 621B, RUBBER TIRED LOADERS: 2000 Komatsu WA180-3PT, 4 CRAWLER TRACTORS: Cat D8N, Cat D6R, Cat D4CLGP, Cat D4C, CRAWLER LOADER: Cat 963, TRACTOR LOADER BACKHOES: 2005 Cat 420DIT (4x4), 2 VIBRATORY ROLLERS: Cat CP563C, 2003 IR SD45, SKID STEER: 2003 Cat 242B, AIR COMPRESSORS: Atlas Copco XAS90JD, 3 GENERATORS: Multiquip 12kw, Titan 8000 watt, Coleman Powermate 5000, AG EQUIPMENT: Rome 10ft. x 24in. Single Row Disc), WATER TRUCK: 1985 Mack Cabover (s/a), DUMP TRUCK: 1995 Ford LN9000 (tri.), TRUCK TRACTOR: 1989 Peterbilt 379 (t/a), SERVICE TRUCK: 2001 Ford F550XL Super Duty, 3 PICKUPS: 2000-1995 Ford F20XL Supercab, 1999 Ford F150XL (4x4) Lariat, PARTS TRUCK: Kenworth T800 (tri.), 2 DUMP BODIES: Rogers 16 1/2ft. Steel, Rogers 15 ft. Steel, DETACHABLE GOOSENECK TRAILER: 1985 Liddell-Birmingham 50ton (tri.), 2 TAGALONG TRAILERS: Custom Built 16ft. (t/a), Custom Built 14ft. (t/a), TRUCK SUSPENSIONS: Walking Beam Rear Suspension (t/a), Air Ride Rear Axle, ATTACHMENTS: Skid Steers: Pallet Forks, Stump Buckets, Hay Spears, Mount Plates, Low Profile & Smooth Buckets, Tree Booms, Backhoes, Forks, Thumbs, Snow & Mulch Buckets, SUPPORT EQUIPMENT: Generators, Pipe Laser, Cummins Diesel Engine, Renault Diesel Engine, Honda Gas Engines, Hunter Wheel Alignment Machine, Jack Hammer, Portable Air tank, Rome Disc, Laser Levels, Jack Stands, Laser Receivers, Sandblast Pots, Chop Saws, Truck Tires, Gravel Box, Sewer Testing Equip., Pressure Washers, Trash Pump Hose. TN AUCTIONEER LICENSE: #00005432 / Jack Lyon TN AUCTION FIRM: #00004268 / Alex Lyon & Son Inc. Everything sells “AS IS,” “WHERE IS,” everything sells to the highest bidder without minimums or reserve.

Visit us on the Internet at www.lyonauction.com The Complete Auction And Appraisal Service

ALEX LY N & SON SALES MANAGERS & AUCTIONEERS, INC.

Bridgeport, NY 315/633-2944, Fax: 315/633-8010 • Syracuse, NY (Evenings) 315/637-8912 • www.lyonauction.com

LARGE ABSOLUTE AUCTION Complete Liquidation After (52) Years in Business!

Thursday, October 14, 2010 – 9:00AM Frederick, MD

NOTICE: The principals of Wastler Construction, a well respected Maryland contractor for over (52) years, have decided to close operations and liquidate completely at Absolute Auction, without Buyer’s Premiums! Asphalt Milling Machine, Pavers, and Asphalt Rollers

`06 CAT PM102 Milling Machine, s/n Z1X00223 • `07 CAT AP800D Rubber Tired Paver, s/n A5P00193 • `04 LEEBOY 8500T Crawler Paver, s/n 40812HD • `03 IR DD90, s/n 172984 • `06 CAT CB224E, s/n 22401556 • `01 CAT CB224D, s/n 8RZ00683 • `02 WACKER RD11A, s/n 5309349

Crawler Jaw Crusher and Crawler Drill

`04 KOMATSU BR350JG-1E Crawler Jaw Crusher, s/n 1346 • `99 IR ECM-590 Crawler Drill, s/n R11177B

Excavators and Attachments

`06 KOMATSU PC400LC7EO, s/n A87097 • `05 KOMATSU PC300LC-7L, s/n A86737 • `04 KOMATSU PC300LC-7L, s/n A86030 • `98 KOMATSU PC300LC-6LC, s/n A81068 • `07 KOMATSU PC220LC-8, s/n A88253 • `04 CAT 325CL, s/n CRB00767 • `03 CAT 315CL, s/n CJC00670 • `06 CAT 314CLCR, s/n PCA01305 • KOMATSU PC200-6, s/n 106916 • `00 KOMATSU PC150LC-6K, s/n K32160 • `99 KOMATSU PC150LC-6K, s/n K30818 • `01 CAT M318 Rubber Tired, s/n 8AL03143 • Demolition Hammers and Buckets

Crawler Tractors

`89 CAT D8N, s/n 9TC03704 • `04 CAT D6NXL, s/n ALH00318 • `05 CAT D5NXL, s/n AGG01775 • `90 CAT D6H Series II, s/n 3ZF01400 • CAT D7G, s/n 9ZV7387 • `06 JD 700JLT, s/n 123348 • `02 JD 550HLGP, s/n T0550HX910139

Rubber Tired and Crawler Loaders

`05 KOMATSU WA250-5, s/n 70796 • `97 CAT IT38G Integrated Tool Carrier, s/n 7BS00355 • `93 CAT 936F, s/n 8AJ01071 • `00 CAT 963C LGP, s/n 2DS00853 • `00 CAT 963C, s/n 2DS00833 • `03 CAT 953C, s/n 2ZN05488 • `00 CAT 953C, s/n 2ZN03215

Soil and Vibratory Compactors

`85 CAT 815B, s/n 17Z00534 • CAT 815, s/n 91P1966 • `95 CAT CS563C, s/n 4KN00279 • `88 IR SD-100D, s/n 5502S • `05 IR SD70DTF, s/n 182295 • `01 IR SD-70D Pro Pac, s/n 168757 • `94 CAT CS-433B, s/n 4FK00217 • `89 IR SD-40D, s/n 5370-S • `02 BOMAG BMP-851 Vibratory Trench, s/n 101720032252

Motor Grader and Scrapers

CAT 12G, s/n 61M6720 • `85 CAT 621B, s/n 45P3752 • CAT 621B, s/n 45P2632 • CAT 621B, s/n 45P2585 • CAT 621B, s/n 45P1788 • CAT 621B, s/n 45P1847 • CAT 621B, s/n 45P1013

Tri-Axle Dump Trucks

`07 and `05 MACK CV713 Granite • `05 INT’L 7600 • (6) `97 MACK RD688S

Fuel/Lube, Service, and Water Trucks

`02 MACK CV713 Granite T/A Fuel/Lube • `89 and `88 MACK R690T S/A Service, w/cranes and welders • `88 MACK RW713 T/A w/BRENNER 4,000 Gal Water

Truck Tractors and Lowboy Trailers

`05 KENWORTH W900 T/A • `89 KENWORTH W900B T/A • `02 ROGERS 50 Ton Tri-Axle • `91 ROGERS 35 Ton T/A

PLUS MANY MORE ITEMS TOO NUMEROUS TO LIST! Distributor and Asphalt Trucks • Portable Tub Grinder and Screen • Articulated End Dumps • Tractor Loader Backhoes and Skip Loader • Mini Excavator, Skid Steers, and Attachments • Forklifts and Air Compressors • Hydroseeder and Straw Blower • Utility Tractor and Attachments • S/A Dump, Roll-Back, and Flat Dump Trucks • Dump and Flatbed Trailers • Utility Trucks • Pickup Trucks and Sport Utility Vehicles • Tag-A-Long Trailers • Skid Steer Attachments • Mini Excavator Attachments • Excavator Attachments • Trench Boxes, Gravel Boxes, and Road Plate • Equipment Attachments • Contractor Tools and Shop Equipment • Snow Equipment

Please Call (800) 233-6898 or Email sales@hunyady.com For Complete, Descriptive Brochure!

www.hunyady.com

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


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ADVERTISER INDEX ALEX LYON & SON INC NASHVILLE TN......................................................................65 ALLU GROUP ................................................................................20 ASC CONSTRUCTION EQUIPMENT USA ................................3,13 ASE SERVICES LLC......................................................................17 BARGAINS ....................................................................................55 BEASLEY FOREST PRODUCTS ..................................................19 BROOKS SALES INC ....................................................................10 CASE CONSTRUCTION................................................................25 CAT AUCTION SERVICES DENVER CO..........................................................................59 CEG SCALE MODELS ..................................................................28 CLASSIFIEDS ..........................................................................54,55 COBLE TRENCH SAFETY ............................................................20 CONEXPO......................................................................................24 CONSTRUCTION EQUIPMENT CO..............................................43 CONSTRUCTION EQUIPMENT GUIDE WANTED................................................................................57 MINI/COMPACT PROMO ......................................................36 DOOSAN INFRACORE AMERICA CORP ....................................34 DOOSAN PORTABLE POWER ....................................................49 DURATECH ....................................................................................38 DYNAPAC ......................................................................................30 FELLING TRAILERS ......................................................................33 FINANCIAL FEDERAL CREDIT ....................................................11 FLANGE LOCK ..............................................................................19 FLECO ATTACHMENTS ................................................................16 GATORBACK TRACKS & EQUIPMENT........................................47 GEHL ..............................................................................................48 GEITH INC ....................................................................................38 HILLS MACHINERY COMPANY ....................................................68 HITACHI CONSTRUCTION MACHINERY................................52,53 HUNYADY AUCTION CO FREDERICK MD....................................................................65 HYDRAULIC MACHINERY INC ....................................................33 INDECO NORTH AMERICA ..........................................................45 IROCK CRUSHERS ......................................................................40 IRON PLANET ONLINE AUCTION ................................................................61

JCB OF FLORIDA AND SOUTH GEORGIA ..................................15 JOHN DEERE ................................................................................29 KAWASAKI CONSTRUCTION MACHINERY ................................48 KMP USA LTD ................................................................................47 KOMATSU AMERICA CORP..........................................................23 LINDER INDUSTRIAL MACHINERY................................................9 MOBRO MARINE INC......................................................................6 MOTLEY AUCTIONS RICHMOND VA......................................................................64 MR MANHOLE SYSTEMS ............................................................35 NATIONAL ATTACHMENTS ..........................................................10 NICHOLS FLEET EQUIP INC ........................................................12 NORCO ATTACHMENTS ..............................................................17 NPK CONSTRUCTION EQUIPMENT INC ....................................51 PILE EQUIPMENT INC ..................................................................16 POWERSCREEN MID-ATLANTIC ................................................39 R W MOORE EQUIPMENT CO ......................................................2 REMU SCREENING TECHNOLOGY ............................................42 RITCHIE BROS. AUCTIONEERS NASHVILLE TN......................................................................67 ROGERS REALTY & AUCTION CO CHARLOTTE NC ..................................................................58 RSC EQUIPMENT RENTAL ..........................................................11 SAND SCIENCE ............................................................................40 SENNEBOGEN ..............................................................................41 SOLESBEES EQUIP & ATTACHMENTS ......................................13 SOUTHERN TRACTOR SERVICE ................................................47 STAFFORD..................................................................................5,12 TEREX CRANES............................................................................27 THOMPSON MACHINERY USED PARTS ....................................47 TOPCON POSITIONING SYSTEMS ............................................21 TOWMASTER INC ........................................................................32 TREKKER TRACTOR ......................................................................7 TRENCH SHORING SERVICES....................................................15 W H E N ........................................................................................19 YODER & FREY AUCTIONEERS VILLA RICA GA......................................................................63

The Advertisers Index is printed as a free editorial service to our advertisers and readership. Construction Equipment Guide is not responsible for errors or omissions.


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U N R E S E RV E D PU BLIC AUCTIO N

Nashville, Tennessee 12 — CRAWLER TRACTORS

13 — HYDRAULIC EXCAVATORS

2– CAT D8R

UNUSED– 2007 SCREEN MACHINE SPYDER D516T 5 x 16 FT 2 DECK

3 OF 5– CAT 350L

2– 2007 KENWORTH T800

4 OF 6– TEREX TS14C

Thursday, September 30, 2010 8:00 am Auction Site: 748 Leeville Road, Lebanon, TN 37090 Fax: 615.453.4550 CALL FOR A FREE BROCHURE

615.453.4549

For equipment listings and photographs, visit our web site at rbauction.com Auction Firm: #2389. Auctioneer: Eddie R. Graham #2237

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