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San Pedro Creek Transforms Into $125M Park By Cindy Riley

quality and allowing for new development. Weber said teamwork has been essenAs they work to transtial. form San Pedro Creek from “Bexar County’s collaboa neglected drainage ditch ration with the San Antonio into a natural creek habitat River Authority and the city and world-class linear park, of San Antonio illustrates construction crews in San that public investments can Antonio, Texas, are ulticreate multiple benefits, mately preserving the from quality of life to concreek’s legacy as an integral nectivity to revitalization. part of the city’s history. The project will replace the The highly-anticipated projdiminished industrial ditch ect will be built in multiple with a vibrant public space, stages, with a goal of having while better managing storm Phase I completed in time water and improving water for the city’s 300th anniverquality.” sary in May 2018. Often overshadowed by “The linear park will the San Antonio River and stretch two miles through Bexar County has pledged a total of $125 million to fund the design of all four its world-renowned Paseo the west side of downtown, phases of the San Pedro Creek Project, as well as the construction of Phases I del Rio, the creek has earned reclaiming connections to and II. its place in San Antonio’s heritage and water,” said Bridget throughout by key cultural entities. total of $125 million to fund the historical timeline. For years, it Hinze Weber, administrator, San Building upon these resources and design of all four phases, as well as helped sustained the civil settleAntonio River Authority. “From strengthening cultural communi- the construction of Phases I and II. ment and growth of the city. the Christopher Columbus Italian ties creates an economic asset ripe The work will improve the creek’s “San Pedro Creek is the origin of function in flood control, while the San Antonio community, as the Society to the Alameda Theater to for growth and revitalization.” Bexar County has pledged a assisting natural habitat and water Ruby City, the creek is anchored see CREEK page 16

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Case Celebrates 60 Years of Wheel Loader Manufacturing...8

Hyundai Construction Equipment Names 2017 Top Dealers...10

World of Concrete 2018 Has Solid Showing in Las Vegas...12

Table of Contents ................4 Attachment & Parts Section ......................................13-15 Recycling Section.........31-39 Truck & Trailer Section ........ .......................................44-47 Auction Section ............50-55 Business Calendar..............52 Advertisers Index ..............54

Stage Set for Border Wall Construction Emily Buenzle CEG WEB EDITOR

The border wall is one step closer to fruition after the Trump administration waived a series of environmental regulations to speed up the project’s construction, The Hill reported. A Jan. 22 Federal Register entry by Kirstjen M. Nielsen, secretary of Homeland Security, stated, “The Secretary of Homeland Security has determined, pursuant to law, that it is necessary to waive certain laws, regulations and other legal requirements in order to ensure the expeditious construction of barriers and roads in the vicinity of the international land border of the United States near the Santa Teresa Land Port of Entry in the state of New

The waiver, which covers the construction of both the border wall and surrounding roads, includes a total of 23 regulations.

Mexico.” The waiver, which covers the construction of both the border wall and surrounding roads, includes a total of 23 regulations, including

• the National Environmental Policy Act; • the Endangered Species Act; • the Federal Water Pollution Control Act (colloquially known as the Clean Water Act); • the National Historic Preservation Act; and • the Clean Air Act. This announcement comes after the Fisher Sand and Gravel Company recently told the Department of Homeland Security that it could build 700 miles of the wall for $12.2 billion, which comes in under President Trump’s initial $18 billion request to Congress to cover just 654 miles of the border. (This story also can be found on Construction Equipment Guide’s website at www.constructionequipmentguide.com.)


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2013 Komatsu PC200LC-8, Stk#: 11012, EROPS, 2014John Deere 850K WLT, Stk#: 11011, 2007 JLG 600S, Stk#: 10847, 500 lbs., 60 ft., A/C & Heat, FM Stereo, 5,968 hrs., 48" Bucket 2012 Cat D6T LGP, Stk#: 10877, EROPS, A/C, EROPS, A/C & Heat, FM Stereo, 6 Way Blade, 6,903 hrs., 15x19.5 Tires, 4 Cyl. Deutz Eng .......... 7,915 hrs., 30" Pad, Vail JD850 Rear Ripper.......... FM Stereo, Sweeps, Rear Screen, St./Tilt Blade, w/Manual Thumb, 65% U/C, 32" Pads, 10' 6" Wide 2005 Flat Rack 10FR4-50, Stk#: 11015, 40 ft. ................................................................$29,500 ................................................................$98,500 5,492 hrs., 30" Pads, 13 ft. Wide ..........$139,500 Long and 8 ft. Wide Flat Rack..................$4,500 ................................................................$79,500

2013 Terex TC75, Stk#: 10771, EROPS, A/C, 1,406 hrs., 73 hp., 24" Quick Connect Bucket, Aux. Hyd., 18" Rubber Tracks, 92" Push Blade, 4 Cyl. Deutz Eng ......................................$45,000

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2011 Warren NPS-4, Stk#: 10366, 4" Cat, Cat C4 Eng. w/200 Gallon Fuel Tank on Duel Axle Trailer .. ..................................................................$8,500

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2005 JLG 800S, Stk#: 10709, 1,000 lbs., 80 ft., 1,909 hrs., 15x625 Tires, 4 Cyl. Deutz Eng. ........ ..............................................................$49,500

2013 John Deere 850K WLT, Stk#: HR-745, EROPS, A/C & Heat, FM Stereo, 6 Way Blade, 6,558 hrs. (9/16/17), Vall Ripper, 30" Pads, 13 ft. Wide ......................................................$139,500

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AGC PROVIDES NEARLY $200,000 TO TEXAS CONSTRUCTION WORKERS

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26 HDOT HOLDS GROUNDBREAKING ON $448M 8

CASE CELEBRATES 60 YEARS OF WHEEL LOADER MANUFACTURING

Case Construction Equipment will celebrate its 60th anniversary of wheel loader production with a variety of promotions and activities throughout

KAPALAMA CONTAINER TERMINAL PROJECT

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12 WORLD OF CONCRETE 2018 HAS SOLID

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34 METSO STRENGTHENS GLOBAL PRESENCE

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AGC Provides Nearly $200,000 to Texas Construction Workers The AGC Charities Inc., the charitable arm of the Associated General Contractors of America, is providing 83 construction workers in Texas with a total of $195,000 in donated funds to help cover losses they incurred as a result of Hurricane Harvey. The checks, which amount to $2,350 per construction worker, are intended to help employees of firms that belong to the association cover the costs of uninsured and uncompensated damages caused by the storm. “Contractors may do hard work, but they have soft hearts, especially when it comes to helping some of their own,” said Art Daniel the association’s national president and president and COO of Cedar Hills, Texas-based AR Daniel Construction. “These checks won’t make everything right, but they will help these construction professionals get their lives back on track.” AGC Charities organized a nationwide fundraising campaign in the wake of Hurricane Harvey and the flooding that followed to help provide grants for employees of member firms impacted by the storm. Daniel noted that the charitable group received an “overwhelming” response and raised more than $195,000 dollars. The 83 grants are being awarded to individuals who work for firms that belong to the association who suffered significant, uncompensated hurricane-related damages. Dozens of construction firms, individuals and

chapters of the association contributed to the effort. The AGC of Houston was the largest single donor, providing $50,000 for victims of Hurricane Harvey as well as another $50,000 for victims in Puerto Rico of Hurricane Maria. Other significant donors include the John & Alice Powers Foundation, the Oregon-Columbia Chapter of AGC and the AGC of Washington State. The association president presented many of the checks in person during visits to a number of Houston construction firms, including to eight employees of Pulice Construction. He also distributed checks during a visit to the annual dinner of the AGC of Southeast Texas in Beaumont, where he presented checks to 14 employees of firms that belong to the local chapter. Daniel noted that the national association created AGC Charities a decade ago to provide a single place where contractors could come together to help communities and the industry. In addition to providing the hurricane assistance grants, the charitable group also recognizes construction firms’ good deeds, arranges an annual charitable construction project known as Operation Opening Doors. For more information about AGC Charities Inc., visit www.agccharities.org.

(This story also can be found on Construction Equipment Guide’s website at www.constructionequipmentguide.com.)

Association president Art Daniel (R) presented many of the checks in person during visits to a number of Houston construction firms.

Case Celebrates 60 Years of Wheel Loader Manufacturing Case Construction Equipment will celebrate its 60th anniversary of wheel loader production with a variety of promotions and activities throughout the year. The activities started at World of Concrete 2018 where the first 500 people who visited the Case booth (C5748) received a commemorative Case tshirt celebrating the milestone. The current offering of Case wheel loaders evolved from the W9, the first Case integrated fourwheel drive wheel loader introduced in 1958. The W10 and W12 four-wheel drive models and the front-drive W5 loader soon followed. The W series grew through the 1960’s and 1970s, including the mammoth 15-ton W26 articulated loader, introduced in 1968. It was the largest wheel loader offered at the time, boasting a 3-cu. yd. standard bucket. The 4-cu. yd. W36 arrived in 1977. The W series loaders all featured cabs mounted on the front half of the machine. With the introduction of Model 621 in 1987, the entire Case loader line graduated into the 21 Series, a

Case Construction Equipment introduced the 4-wheel drive W9 in 1958. Today the company offers a full range of compact and full-sized wheel loaders for everything from road construction to supply yards and quarries.

more rugged design that featured modern rear-mounted cabs. The 21 Series models were developed under a new streamlined, crossfunctional, concurrent process that became the guide for the rest of the company as it moved into the 21st century. Major innovations in productivity, serviceability and operator comfort continued into the new

century, and this product line represented the first heavy earthmoving equipment to deploy selective catalytic reduction (SCR) emissions technology with the F Series. Several new models were added to the 21 Series, including a new line of compact wheel loaders. “The wheel loader is an iconic piece of the Case lineup dating

back to 1958, bridging the construction and agricultural industries that Case has most proudly served for generations,” said Scott Harris, vice president — North America, Case Construction Equipment. “These machines have come a long way since the original rigidframe models built in our Racine tractor plant, and more than ever

reflect the practical innovation Case builds into its equipment to maximize performance and dependability.” The latest wheel loader offering from Case — The G Series — span 141 to 347 hp, with bucket capacities ranging from 2.1 to 6.25 cu. yds. In the short time since their introduction, the G-Series have won several awards, including the prestigious Good Design Award in the Industrial Category from the Chicago Athenaeum: Museum of Architecture and Design and The European Centre for Architecture Art Design and Urban Studies, and top new product recognitions from industry publications. The full-sized G Series line is complemented by the compact F Series line, which features models ranging from 58 to 74 hp and 0.92 up to 1.3 cu. yds. For more information, visit CaseCE.com.

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Hyundai Construction Equipment Names 2017 Top Dealers Hyundai Construction Equipment Americas honored five of its top dealers for 2017 during a meeting of its North American dealers at the AED Summit in Las Vegas. Hyundai awarded its top honor of Dealer of the Year to Four Seasons Equipment Inc. of Houston. The dealer was recognized for excelling in customer satisfaction, overall dealership operations and parts, service and equipment sales. Selected as top performing Hyundai construction equipment dealers of 2017 were the following four companies: Robs Hydraulics Inc., Grimesland, N.C.; May Heavy Equipment, Lexington, N.C.; Modern Group Ltd., Bristol, Pa.; and Porter Group USA (formerly known as Heavy Equipment Rental & Sales), headquartered in Corona, Calif., and serving southern California. “Having served the North American construction equipment market for more than 25 years, Hyundai dealers are committed to delivering the best customer experience in the industry,” said M.S. Kang, president, Hyundai Construction Equipment Americas. “We congratulate the sales, service and management teams of our 2017 top dealerships for their hard work, dedication and success.” For more information call 877/509-2254 or visit www.hceamericas.com.

(L-R): Tom Owen, vice president of National CE Sales of Hyundai Construction Equipment Americas, stands with Hyundai 2017 Top Dealers Stuart Warren, sales and marketing manager, Porter Group USA (formerly Heavy Equipment Rental & Sales); Rick Nelson, VP and general manager, Modern Group; Mitch Nevins, CEO of Four Seasons and Hyundai 2017 Dealer of the Year; Rob Lynch, dealer principal, Rob’s Hydraulics; and Will Blackerby, VP of fleet management, May Heavy Equipment.

(This story also can be found on Construction Equipment Guide’s website at www.constructionequipmentguide.com.)

Rick Nelson (C), VP and general manager, accepts a Hyundai 2017 Top Dealer Award on behalf of Modern Group.

M.S. Kang (L), president of Hyundai Construction Equipment Americas, and Dai Soon Kim (R), senior executive vice president, Hyundai Construction Equipment — Korea, present the Hyundai 2017 Dealer of the Year Award to Mitch Nevins, CEO of Four Seasons Equipment.

Rob Lynch (C), dealer principal, accepts a Hyundai 2017 Top Dealer Award on behalf of Rob's Hydraulics.

Stuart Warren (C), sales and marketing manager, accepts a Hyundai 2017 Top Dealer Award on behalf of Porter Group USA (formerly Heavy Equipment Rental & Sales).

Will Blackerby (C), VP of fleet management, accepts a Hyundai 2017 Top Dealer Award on behalf of May Heavy Equipment.


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Felling Trailers’ Roger Majors (L), regional sales manager, West region, and Gary Knudsen, regional sales manager, reported they had a great show, met a lot of contractors, as well as lots of municipalities.

The Epiroc crew and their line of hydraulic attachments (L-R) are Dana Creekmore, vice president of sales; George O’Neill, district sales manager, west; Rich Elliott, product manager of hydraulic attachments; Shane Hovek, district sales manager, northeast; Moira Ploof, marketing communications specialist; and Tim Schutte, western regional sales manager.

Tom Owen, CE sales manager of Hyundai, at his company’s booth at World of Concrete. Owen said Hyundai has an extensive excavator and wheel loader lineup to meet concrete contractors’ equipment needs.

Multiquip Inc. introduced the new MTX50HD Rammer with the help of Mike Sebree, based out of Orlando, Fla.

John Deere Construction and Forestry Division’s Greg Zupancic discusses the features and benefits of the Deere 318G skid steer at World of Concrete.


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Featuring a service weight of 1,380 lbs. (626 kg), the RX12 is ideal for a wide range of applications including demolition, building renovation, road construction and rock excavation and quarrying.

The ALLU Transformer TS drum assembly, manufactured for the existing ALLU Transformer D-Series material processor attachment frames, is an effective tool for pipeline padding and backfilling applications. Because it allows material to be screened onsite and then backfilled directly into a trench, it eliminates the need for dedicated stationary screening or purchase of fine soil. ALLU D-Series attachments work with wheel loaders, excavators, skid steers or backhoes to screen, crush, pulverize, aerate, blend, mix, separate, feed and load materials all in one stage — increasing the profitability and efficiency of pipeline construction operations. The core of the ALLU TS drum assembly technology is the configuration of the screening blades that spin between the screening combs. The end product size is defined by the space between the combs, and different fragment sizes can be achieved simply by repositioning the combs. Because the screening combs carry most of the material weight, the drums and bearings experience less impact and load. The design of the assembly ensures the machine works well in wet and dry materials without clogging, according to the manufacturer. In a real-world case study, one pipeline contractor recently realized 80 percent savings per cubic yard using an ALLU D-Series attachment with TS drum assembly — the ALLU DH 3-12 TS16 — on a standard excavator. In looking at several options, this contractor realized the following: Option 1: Traditional Screening • Low productivity • Large-particle soil and stones can easily fall into the trench Option 2: Purchase Fine Soil • High cost at $4.79 / cu. yd. Option 3: Crush and Screen it with ALLU DH 3-12 TS16 • High productivity • Low cost at $0.95 / cu. yd. Total Savings for Customer: $3.84 / cu.

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Spanish first settled on the creek, not the San Antonio River,” said Weber. “For nearly three centuries, many people and cultures have coexisted along the creek, playing a vital role in San Antonio’s history. Revitalizing this natural gem where our roots began will be the centerpiece for downtown economic revitalization.” San Pedro Creek receives runoff from a watershed that spans approximately 45.6 sq. mi. stretching from just north of the intersection of Fredericksburg and Wurzbach Roads to the confluence with the San Antonio River just south of Probandt Street. The San Pedro Creek Improvements Project begins at IH-35 at the flood tunnel inlet at Santa Rosa Street, near Fox Tech High School, and ends at the confluence of the Alazán and Apache Creeks at IH-35 to the south. The total length of the improvement area is 2.2. mi. The project calls for 60,000 linear ft. of new walls, new pedestrian bridges and 11 acres of landscaping. Weber noted that strong local support and funding availability are two key reasons now is an ideal time to carry out the work. “This is first and foremost a flood control project, removing 30 acres from the 100-year floodplain in downtown, so it is crucial to advance the protection of our city. The community has been behind this The highly-anticipated San Pedro Creek project will be built in multiproject since its inception. We ple stages, with a goal of having Phase I completed in time for the have a very active citizen city’s 300th anniversary in May 2018. stakeholder committee that meets monthly to advise govern- and culture focused, inviting peo- that has to be solved in a way to mental staff on the direction of the ple to reconnect with a place of minimize impacts to traffic and project. This process ensures that great historical and cultural signif- utility customers.” According to Yount, the work the community’s desires for the icance through the arts. Activation of the park will be through various conditions are less than ideal. creek are being met. “With the nature of working in “After four years of the public types of art and programming input process and design, we are including temporary and changing an active creek, every time it rains extremely gratified and proud to works, as well as poetry, perform- the project is flooded out. We constantly have to implement temposee the progress of the project in ance, music, dance and poetry.” Chad Yount, project manager, rary flood control infrastructure, construction. To see the vision for San Pedro Creek now become a Sundt/Davila JV, said, “This is a and be ready to pump water at all reality is a great sense of accom- world-class linear park that we hours of the day.” have the honor of providing to the Crews have been working on a plishment.” The San Antonio River people of San Antonio. The project variety of tasks, including the Authority will operate the park to reconstructs eight bridges and all excavation and construction of cast ensure not only a high quality of associated utilities. Over the last in place walls, fiber and coaxial park maintenance, but also dynam- 300 years, utilities have been cable splicing, storm drain and low ic programming experiences. installed, reinstalled, abandoned in impact development infrastructure “The programming will be arts place, etc., creating a utility puzzle installation, stone masonry walls,

As they work to transform San Pedro Creek from a neglected drainage ditch into a natural creek habitat and world-class linear park, construction crews in San Antonio, Texas, are ultimately preserving the creek’s legacy as an integral part of the city’s history.

historic wall stabilization and preservation, fountain pumps and piping and water and sewer relocations. Yount said the elements have not been forgiving. The three northern bridges will be rehabilitated and artwork incorporated as part of the work, which began with an overgrown concrete-lined drainage ditch. Prior to any major activities taking place, electric and telecommunication lines had to be relocated. Surface demolition, tree removal and grass/shrubs removal also occurred. As an existing creek, the site is saturated, and the work area constrained. Excavation requires tracked equipment. “The project is all Class I or Class II non-hazardous material, which must be disposed of at an approved dump site,” said Yount. “In addition, all excavation six inches below the surface has to be monitored by archaeologists, due to the history of San Pedro Creek being the location that San Antonio was founded on May 5, 1718.” A total of 55,000 cu. yds. of dirt was removed from Phase 1, segment 1, with approximately

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Evan Clarke, vice president of sales, Kleemann, showcases the new Mobirex MR 130 Z Evo2 mobile impact crusher.

The U27-4 compact excavator was the focus of the Kubota booth. (LR): Eric Nyblom, Jon Reedy and Jeff Jacobsmeyer were among the Kubota representatives on hand.

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For Your Local Terex Dealer Please Contact: Terex USA, LLC 9528 West Interstate 40 Service Road Oklahoma City, Oklahoma 73128 USA Phone: (877) MY-TEREX email: info.cranes@terex.com web: www.terex.com/cranes


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Hyundai CE Americas Names Stan Park Vice President of Distribution/Marketing Hyundai Construction Equipment Americas Inc. announced Jan. 11 the appointment of Stan Park as vice president of Distribution/Marketing, effective immediately. Park will be responsible for leading the teams in charge of building and supporting Hyundai’s growing dealer network and overall marketing efforts. Most recently, Park served as strategic distribution manager for the company, responsible for marketing and district sales management, strategic dealer development and national account sales. An employee of Hyundai Construction Equipment for more than 20 years, he has extensive experience in the material handling industry. “Stan’s longtime experience supporting and growing our dealer network, extensive

Stan Park

management background and proven leadership will reinforce our dealers’ and customers’ growing trust in the Hyundai Construction Equipment brand,” said M.S. Kang, president, Hyundai Construction Equipment Americas Inc. “I have been extremely fortunate to grow with Hyundai Construction Equipment — and to see the brand grow to be a solid choice,” Park said. “Distribution and marketing are key to our future success and growth plans, and I am excited to lead this area of our business.” For more information, visit www.hceamericas.com.

(This story also can be found on Construction Equipment Guide’s website at www.constructionequipmentguide.com.)

Caterpillar Inc. Officially Lists Deerfield Address as Headquarters in SEC Filing DEERFIELD, Ill. (AP) — Caterpillar Inc. for the first time has officially listed its address with the Securities and Exchange Commission as being in the Chicago suburb of Deerfield instead of Peoria. The company last year announced it would move top executives and its headquarters out of Peoria. The (Peoria) Journal Star reported Jan. 9 that a Caterpillar filing with the SEC at the end of the first week of January for the first time listed the company’s address for principal executive offices in Deerfield. The document later notes the address has been changed since the last report. The filing reported the retirement of a member of the company’s board of directors. Caterpillar expects a workforce of 300 in Deerfield once the new headquarters becomes fully operational. The (Peoria) Journal Star reported Jan. 9 that a Caterpillar filing with the SEC at the end of the first week of January for the first time listed the company’s address for principal executive offices in Deerfield, Ill.

(This story also can be found on Construction Equipment Guide’s website at www.constructionequipmentguide.com.)

KOBELCO-USA.COM

TRI-WEST TRACTOR 6281 Southfront Rd. Livermore, CA 94551 925-455-8200 www.tri-westtractor.com

Scott Equipment 14635 Valley Blvd. Fontana, CA 92335 909-822-2200 800-316-0327 www.scottequip.com

Orion Equipment 18060 Des Moines Memorial Drive Seattle, WA 98148 800-280-8124 www.orion-equip.com

Beard Equipment Co., Inc. 4509 I-20 Frontage Midland, TX 79706 432-694-4530 www.beardequipco.com


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DON T SET LIMITS ON WHAT YOU CAN DO. Most excavators com me with a power boost function that can deliver extra force when you needd it most – but only for a few seconds at a time. What good does that do when you have a whole day’s work ahead of you? The power boost in KOBELCO excavators provides ~10% more bucket breakout force when you need it, for as long aas you need it. They also offer a dedicated heavy lift function that provides ~10% more power whe h n liftiing and swinging. Combib ne that with our heavy-duty construction and you can be sure they’ll nev a ch

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Tyler, TX 903-597-6641 www.banemachinery.com

Farmers Equipment Co. Fort Worth, TX 817-847-5894

410 19th St. 17893 State Route 20 Lynden, WA 98264 Burlington, WA 98233 888-855-4981 888-855-4982 www.farmersequip.com


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Harbor Modernization Plan...

HDOT Holds Groundbreaking on $448M Kapalama Container Terminal Project The Kapalama Container Terminal (KCT), the centerpiece of the Harbor Modernization Plan, is maintaining the shipping logistics necessary to sustain Hawaii. More than 80 percent of all goods consumed by Hawaii residents and its visitors are imported to the islands, and of that, more than 98.6 percent flows through the Port Hawaii commercial harbor system. Hawaii Harbors Users Group (HHUG) has championed the Harbor Modernization Plan initiative and supported by the Legislature since 2008. “Hawaii’s container terminal operations had reached its maximum capacity and the inefficiencies were adversely affecting Hawaii’s economy,” said Gary J. North, executive director, Hawaii Harbors Users Group. “Governor Ige was a member of the Legislature at the time, and understands the dire consequences facing our state.” The plan will expand harbor capaci-

ty, address advancements in containerized cargo handling, alleviate congestion issues and the lack of available operational space, and develop more adaptable and resilient port facilities. The Pasha Group, a transportation and logistics management specialist, has announced that it will invest in the most technologically advanced and environmentally friendly vessels to serve the Hawaii and United States mainland trade lane as a result of the container terminal development. Pasha Group also will construct infrastructure improvements unique to its Honolulu operation, including facilities and container gantry cranes. “I’m proud to say the construction of the Kapalama Container Terminal Project is under way, and in four years we’ll have a new state-of-the-art cargo facility that will allow us to consolidate cargo operations, enhance operational efficiencies and improve cargo handling capacity,” said Hawaii’s Gov. David Ige. “This will support our local

economy while ensuring the continued flow of cargo to our communities through this distribution hub. “In addition to the $448 million that we’re investing in the Kapalama Container Terminal project, we’ve completed several other modernization projects designed to enhance maritime operations throughout the state. These projects have infused more than $140 million into our local economy, creating job opportunities in construction and specialized trades as well as transportation and maritime-related occupations. These accomplishments would not be possible without our private industry partners — including the Hawaii Harbors Users Group and The Pasha Group.” (This story also can be found on Construction Equipment Guide’s website at www.constructionequipmentguide.com.)

Additional Energy Needs...

Public Service Co. Seeks New Wind, Solar Farms for Facebook Data Center ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. (AP) New Mexico’s largest electricity provider is seeking state regulatory approval for power purchase agreements with two companies that would build new wind and solar farms to serve Facebook’s new data center. The Public Service Co. of New Mexico’s request for the Public Regulation Commission comes after Facebook announced plans to expand the data center under construction south of Albuquerque, the Albuquerque Journal reported. Facebook plans to expand the Los Lunas data center to six buildings over the next five years, requiring more power. The utility is already constructing three solar plants to supply the center’s first two buildings. The utility has negotiated agreements with Avangrid Renewables and NextEra Energy Inc. to build and operate two wind farms and a solar facility to meet Facebook's added energy needs. The companies would sell the generated power to the utility for delivery. The utility is proposing for Avangrid to build a wind farm by 2020 east of Estancia in central New Mexico.

For NextEra, the utility wants the $72 million wind farm that’s expected to be completed at the end of this year in the eastern part of the state. It also wants the $75 million solar plant that will be built in Cibola County in western New Mexico, which is expected to open in late 2021. The utility is looking to expedite the approval process for the purchase agreements as Facebook’s construction plans for the data center accelerate. The utility is seeking to bring the case directly before the commission instead of going through rounds of initial hearings. The partnership with Facebook is beneficial to both sides by boosting the local economy and creating clean energy, utility officials said. “We look forward to working with Facebook and the commission on these new projects that will do even more to help the environment as well as bolster economic development,” said Becky Teague, a spokesman for the utility. For more information, visit abqjournal.com. (This story also can be found on Construction Equipment Guide’s website at www.constructionequipmentguide.com.)

ALASKA NC MACHINERY www.ncmachinery.com 800-478-7000 Anchorage, AK • 907-786-7500 Dutch Harbor, AK • 907-581-1367 Fairbanks, AK • 907-452-7251 Juneau, AK • 907-789-0181 Prudhoe Bay, AK • 907-659-6900 Wasilla, AK • 907-352-3400

CALIFORNIA HOLT OF CALIFORNIA www.holtca.com Pleasant Grove • 916-921-8969

IDAHO WESTERN STATES EQUIPMENT COMPANY www.westernstatescat.com Hayden • 208-762-6690 Idaho Falls • 208-552-2287 Lewiston • 208-746-3301 Meridian • 208-888-2287 Pocatello • 208-232-2640 Twin Falls • 208-734-7330

MONTANA TRACTOR AND EQUIPMENT www.tractorandequipment.com Billings, MT • 406-656-0202 Billings-Sgt. • 406-245-4426 Bozeman • 406-585-5800 Great Falls • 406-761-7900 Helena • 406-442-2990 WESTERN STATES EQUIPMENT COMPANY www.westernstatescat.com Kalispell • 406-752-3030 Missoula • 406-721-4050

OKLAHOMA OCT EQUIPMENT www.octequipment.com Clinton • 580-323-3422 Oklahoma City • 405-789-6812 Tulsa • 918-437-5085

OREGON WESTERN STATES EQUIPMENT COMPANY www.westernstatescat.com Pendleton • 541-276-5812

WYOMING TRACTOR AND EQUIPMENT www.tractorandequipment.com Worland • 307-347-4747


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COLORADO

NEW MEXICO

WAGNER EQUIPMENT CO. www.wagnerequipment.com Aurora 303-739-3000 Denver 303-433-2727 (Rental) Carbondale 970-963-7368 (Rental) Commerce City 303-286-2300 (Rental) Colorado Springs 719-390-7316 (Rental) 719-635-1669 Granby 970-328-2080 (Rental) Gypsum 970-328-2080 (Rental) Hayden 970-276-3781 Silverthorne 970-262-3788 (Rental) Fort Collins 970-493-5005 (Rental) Grand Junction 970-245-6546 (Rental) 970-242-2834 Pueblo 719-544-0088 (Rental) 719-544-4433 Steamboat Springs 970-871-1990 (Rental) Windsor 970-278-1750 (Rental) Burlington 719-346-7880 (Rental) (719) 346-5132 Durango 970-259-2001 (Rental) 970-259-2001 Windsor 970-278-1750

WAGNER EQUIPMENT CO. www.wagnerequipment.com Flora Vista 505-334-5522 (Rental) La Cruces 575-647-9700 Albuquerque 505-938-2000 (Rental) 505-345-8411 Hobbs 575-393-2148 (Rental) 575-393-3665 Clovis 505-235-3294 (Rental) Farmington 505-327-5331

NORTH DAKOTA TRACTOR AND EQUIPMENT www.tractorandequipment.com Williston • 701-572-8377

NEVADA CASHMAN EQUIPMENT www.cashmanequipment.com 3300 St. Rose Parkway Henderson, NV 89052 702-649-8777 Fax: 702-633-4699 Elko • 775-738-9871 Reno/Sparks • 775-358-5111

TEXAS ANDERSON MACHINERY CO. www.andersonmachinerytexas.com

Corpus Christi • 361-289-6043 Manor • 512-272-8133 Pharr • 956-781-5995 San Antonio • 210-661-2366 Victoria • 361-575-8111 GEORGE P. BANE, INC. www.banemachinery.com Tyler • 903-597-6641 WAGNER EQUIPMENT CO. www.wagnerequipment.com El Paso 915-493-5005 (Rental) 915-821-7651

WASHINGTON N C MACHINERY www.ncmachinery.com 800-562-4735 Seattle • 425-251-5800 Chehalis • 360-748-8845 Fife • 253-896-0878 Monroe • 360-805-6000 Mt. Vernon • 360-424-4292 Wenatchee • 509-886-5561 Yakima • 509-248-2371 WESTERN STATES EQUIPMENT COMPANY www.westernstatescat.com Pasco • 509-547-9541 Spokane • 509-535-1744


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APCO Equipment Corporation 3432 North Fifth Street North Las Vegas, NV 89032 702-871-7474 www.apcoequipment.com

Cisco Equipment 1706 S. 1st St. Artesia, NM 88210 800-748-1846 2707 Slaton Hwy. Lubbock, TX 79404 877-745-9595 520 SE Loop 338 Odessa, TX 800-657-3673 620 N. Bell St. San Angelo, TX 76903 800-496-0271 www.cisco-equipment.com

Bane Machinery 2449 Manana Road Dallas, TX 75220 Toll Free 800-594-BANE (2263) 10505 North Freeway Fort Worth, TX 76177 Toll Free 800-601-BANE (2263) 3402 E. Northeast Loop 323 Tyler, TX 75708 Toll Free 800-594-2200 www.banemachinery.com

Oklahoma Territory Construction Equipment 3839 West Reno Ave. Oklahoma City, OK 73107 405-917-9191 866-339-6827 2520 E King Street Tulsa, OK 74110 918-835-7200 866-334-6827 www.oklahomaterritoryequipment.com

B-C Equipment Sales Inc. 809 Corn Product Rd. Corpus Christi, TX 78409 361-289-9314 201 E. EXPWY 83 La Feria, Texas 78559 956-797-0072 1620 S.E. Loop 410 San Antonio, TX 78220 210-447-9314 www.bcequipment.com

Triad Machinery 1601 E. Bay Street Tacoma, WA 98421 253-722-5600 910 N. Thierman Road Spokane Valley, WA 99212 509-534-1900 4440 SW Airport Road Prineville, OR 97754 888-662-2940 91251 Coburg Industrial Way Coburg, OR 97408-9469 541-342-7700 18200 NE Riverside Parkway Portland, OR 97230-4311 800-221-8512 www.triadmachinery.com


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Fleet Intelligence Brings Data Together in One Location

Foresight offers driver behavior data for free to its customers.

Work your equipment …. Work your data, too. That’s exactly the way Scottsdale, Ariz., based Foresight Intelligence sees it. Founded in 2010, the company started out as a business software company — a few years later, by “accident,” said Foresight founder and CEO Dale Hanna, the company decided to apply its software expertise to heavy equipment telematics. “We had an equipment dealer close to our office,” said Hanna. “We helped them build a Webbased financial reporting system. Later, the manufacturer associated with that dealer called us and said, ‘would you help with all of our dealers?’” Foresight did — for these dealers, the company’s business software helped them turn data into useful information from a business standpoint, such as utilization, turnover and availability for parts and financial reporting. Through this, Foresight had become familiar with the heavy equipment industry. Approximately two years ago, Hanna said that he had learned from his equipment dealer clients that mixed fleet heavy equipment owners receive a lot of DTCs, or diagnostic trouble codes, and it was overwhelming them — many manufacturers already install telematics on their machines, but

for contractors who own mixed Called “Fleet Intelligence,” fleets, that means Foresight’s system works telematics inforon both heavy equipment mation comes in that already has telematics from multiple difinstalled on it and on older ferent platforms. equipment with retrofit telematics devices. “As a result, we started developing a telematics tool to help website, Fleet well. Data is transmitted every two equipment ownIntelligence is a minutes by default, which allows ers handle that Dale Hanna is the founder comprehensive managers to make decisions in real volume of infor- and CEO of Foresight mixed fleet soft- time, and shorter transmission mation by bring- Intelligence. ware solution that intervals can be set. ing it all together interprets data “By aggregating and managing in one place,” said Hanna. from telematics devices, as well as trouble codes, you can act on them “Contractors were having to go to from other sources. Fleet managers more quickly and doing so can be five different portals to get their of off-road and on-road vehicles the difference between a $2,000 fix information — it was never in one can view their entire fleet, regard- and a $30,000 fix,” said Hanna. place. Because of this, eventually, less of the brand, in one place. The Fleet Intelligence works on virthey ended up not using the telem- data is live and presented in a user- tually all types of heavy equipatics systems as much as they friendly way for equipment man- ment, including excavators, dozshould because they had to go to so agers to increase uptime and profit. ers, wheel loaders, backhoes, commany places to get the information. Foresight Intelligence currently pact equipment, pavers, milling They would only get bits and offers six different telematics machines, compactors and more pieces of it. We decided to help devices. The devices are optimized — even trailers and dump trucks. aggregate this data because we for various types of equipment, Growth for Fleet Intelligence know how to turn data into useful including light duty vehicles, semi- has been phenomenal since its information.” trucks and heavy equipment. The inception, according to Hanna. Called “Fleet Intelligence,” devices transmit standard data, “It’s just something that we are Foresight’s system works on both which includes location, engine really fascinated about and believe heavy equipment that already has hours or mileage, and in most that could help people in a major telematics installed on it and on cases the option to receive driver way.” older equipment with retrofit behavior data also is available. The company recently has been telematics devices. Either way, Foresight offers driver behavior looking to expand. Currently, Fleet Intelligence can save equip- data for free to its customers, a Foresight Intelligence employs ment owners a lot of money, said market value of $100 to $200 per approximately 50 but are looking Hanna. machine per year. Some devices to add another 30 employees to its According to the company’s transmit engine related data as tech-savvy, passionate team to

accommodate this growth. “The IOT, or the ‘Internet of Things’ world is one of the major drivers going forward and can change the world,” Hanna said. “We are very excited and fascinated with this world. We believe a lot of value can be created as a result of it. If you think about Uber and the traditional taxi service, the difference is the telematics, really. The only reason these new technologies-based taxi service companies Uber can be organized is because of telematics. We believe that kind of a revolution can happen in the construction business, through smart effective use of that knowledge — that data. We want to be a part of it. That’s our driving force. That is why we do what we do.” For more information, visit www.foresightintelligence.com/fle etintelligence. (This story also can be found on Construction Equipment Guide’s website at www.constructionequipmentguide.com.) CEG


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Crushing, Screening & Recycling Section For more information on crushing, screening and recycling equipment, visit CEG's Web site at www.constructionequipmentguide.com.

Diamant 2000 Chipper Has Warm Welcome in North America

The Diamant 2000 loads on one side while the chute on the other side loads the trailer.

The Diamant 2000 grinds while the Sennebogen 718 cuts, piles and stacks it.

The arrival of the Albach self-propelled mobile chipper is quickly revolutionizing the way North American tree service operators, municipalities and even biomass companies go about their business. With travel speeds of 45 mph, the Albach Diamant 2000 can be driven on local and

and with its aggressive infeed can immediately be put to work handling and processing timber. The Diamant 2000 allows a tight control on the chip sizing, from microchips all the way to 2.5 in. This way, the chips can be used for multiple applications. “The combination is just deadly,” said Dan Mayer, owner of Mayer Tree Service in Massachusetts. “Whatever my Sennebogen 718 material handler knocks down, the Albach can come right behind and process in a fraction of the time. If it’s a big job, we let the Sennebogen go off a day or two in advance, and then have the Albach follow up behind.” Constantly researching new equipment types, makes, applications and procedures, Mayer had keenly noted self-propelled mobile chippers from Europe. A trip to the Bavarian town of Menning in southeastern Germany to learn more about the Albach product offering would result in Mayer having the first-ever combination of a Diamant 2000 and a Sennebogen 718 on North American soil. The equipment team instantly became a staple in his company’s busy municipal, residential and commercial tree management operations.

state highways from job to job, even hundreds of miles apart. At the tree stand, its full-time four-wheel drive allows it to navigate even rough terrain. Upon arrival, the operator pushes one button and the Diamant 2000 converts from transportation mode to chipping mode automatically in 20 seconds

With its stabilizers down and the cab raised, the Diamant 2000 goes from being a mobile shredder to a stationary one with a clear view of the stack being ground and the truck being loaded.

A Versatile, High-Tech Machine Ready to Work Customizable overall to meet an arborist’s particular geographical or application needs, the crane-equipped Albach Diamant 2000 can churn out up to 500 cu. yds. of chips per hour. Once the Albach chipper is driven to the job site, its computerized cabin is transformed from a highway-mode transport pod into an elevated work station providing the operator with an eye-level view of timber handling, chip production and delivery. The spacious, high-tech, air-conditioned cab is comparable to that of the world’s most modern agricultural and construction equipment, according to the manufacturer. The operator’s ergonomic swivel chair can access operating consoles located on both the left and right sides of the cab. This allows the operator to maximize the machine’s processing capabilities regardless of the physical challenges or restrictions of the particular job site. Developed in house by Albach, the advanced in-cab software allows touchscreen machine operation and critical data access via the colored terminal. Software see CHIPPER page 32


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PACWEST MACHINERY www.PacWestMachinery.com 8207 South 216th St Kent, WA 98032 206-762-5933 4030 East Trent Ave Spokane, WA 99202 509-534-5933 19255 NE Sandy Blvd Portland, OR 97230 503-252-5933 1550 Irving Rd Eugene, OR 97402 541-302-3762

CUTTING EDGE SUPPLY 234 East O Street Colton, CA 92324 800-949-9014 Phoenix, AZ 800-729-1473 N. Las Vegas, NV 702-649-1303

Self-Propelled Diamant 2000 Mobile Chipper Handles Large, Small Jobs

COMPASS EQUIPMENT www.compassequip.com 4688 Pacific Heights Rd. Oroville, CA 95695 530-533-7284 • 530-533-8610

CHIPPER from page 31

settings can be personalized, as can joystick configurations. Designed to Handle Jobs Large and Small The Diamant 2000’s 2.4-ton rotor consumes large trees as effortless as it processes small branches, said Mayer, who admits “it’s hard to impress me” after 30-plus years in the tree service business in New England. “The Sennebogen will cut down the trees and put them in a pile,” said Mayer, “and the Albach will pick up a big batch of that pile and chip it all at once. Once the timber gets on the ground, once make it horizontal, the Albach will take it from there … no matter the size.” The Albach chipping rotor is mechanically driven and is equipped with six blades. For the accurate placement of chips, the unit’s extended-angle chute can be swiveled up to 270 degrees and adjust-

CRISP INDUSTRIES, INC. www.crispindustries.com 323 Energy Way Bridgeport, TX 76426 940-683-4070 • 800-315-0871 Seguin, Texas 78155 830-372-1110

With its swivel seat and raised cab, the operator can use the crane while positioning the chute to load the truck.

ed up and down by up to 10 ft. This allows chips to be loaded directly into trucks parked in nearly any position nearby. For more information about Sennebogen, visit www.sennebogen-

na.com. For more information about Albach, visit www.albach-maschinenbau.de. (This story also can be found on Construction Equipment Guide’s website at www.constructionequipmentguide.com.)

HOLT CAT www.holtcat.com 5665SE Loop 410 San Antonio, TX 78222 800-275-4658 2000E Airport Freeway Irving, TX 75062 972-721-2000


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WHEELER CRUSHING SYSTEMS www.wheelercat.com/crushing 801-679-4721 info@wheelercat.com 451 North Lund Highway Cedar City, UT 84720

Metso’s Lokotrack® LT106™ jaw crusher: Meeting your demands for high capacity with maximum efficiency That’s how we make the big difference, the Metso Way.

5300 West Wheeler Way Hurricane, UT 84737 239 North 1800 West Lindon, UT 84042 95 North 1000 West Logan, UT 84321 1831 S. Highway 191 Moab, UT 84532 2366 South 1900 West Ogden, UT 84401 1345 South State Street Salina, UT 84654 1345 South 1500 East Vernal, UT 84078 4901 West 2100 South Salt Lake City, UT 84120 5040 S Apple Street Boise, ID 83716 800-779-4450

WAGNER EQUIPMENT CO. www.wagnerequipment.com 18000 Smith Rd. • Aurora, CO 80011 303-739-3000 Burlington, CO 719-346-7880 Colorado Springs, CO 719-390-7316 Durango, CO 970-259-2001 Grand Junction, CO 970-242-2834 Hayden, CO 970-276-3781 Pueblo, CO 719-544-4433 Windsor, CO 970-278-1750 Yuma, CO 970-848-2911 Albuquerque, NM 505-345-8411 Farmington, NM 505-327-5331 Hobbs, NM 575-393-2148 El Paso, TX 915-821-7651

WESTATE www.westate.com 3809 Hwy. 312 Billings, MT 59105 800-999-6676

Improve the efficiency and profitability of your crushing operation with the redesigned Lokotrack® LT106™ jaw plant. New features, including a radial side conveyor, high inertia flywheels, and an IC700™ process control system, ensure high productivity, user-friendly operation, and good mobility in tough crushing applications. The LT106 is also available with Metso’s Fleet Management technology, providing remote monitoring of functions, parameters, and location for more efficient operation. Find out more about profitable crushing at metso.com/showroom/aggregates #TheMetsoWay


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Metso Strengthens Global Presence for Aggregates Industry Metso has strengthened its presence in the aggregates market globally with 14 new distribution agreements signed during 2017. These new agreements further expand the coverage of Metso’s crushing and screening offerings for the construction industry and include Texas, one of the main markets for mobile equipment as well as new markets Qatar, Morocco and Papua New Guinea. Several agreements also were finalized across the United States and Europe. “Developing a global distribution community is one of the strategic focus areas within Metso’s Aggregates business. We build strategic partnerships which, in cooperation with our product and service development teams, will shape Metso’s future offering and create the best possible value for our customers,” said Markku Simula, head of aggregates business at Metso. Distribution Model Developed With Best-In-class Channel Partners By partnering with top distributors, Metso improves its presence in its traditional core markets, as well as in new areas. Distributors provide support for customers both in equipment and services. Metso’s global aggregates community has currently well over 100 official distributors. “We are constantly looking for new, best-in-class channel partners as well as developing the performance of our existing community. We are particularly interested in joining forces with distributors who are eager to further develop their service capabilities,” said Adrian Wood, head of global aggregates distribution at Metso. For more information, visit www.metso.com. Metso’s aggregates distributors learning about company’s latest innovations during the global Distributor Days seminar held in September 2017 in Tampere, Finland.

(This story also can be found on Construction Equipment Guide’s website at www.constructionequipmentguide.com.)

Arlington National Cemetery Replaces Its Box Screener Arlington National Cemetery, located just across the Potomac River from Washington, D.C., is the final resting place for many of our fallen heroes. This huge 625-acre cemetery is open to the public and draws crowds from all over the world. Every hour on the hour they have a highly reclaimed ceremony “changing of the guards,” which is a highlight to most tourist visiting the cemetery.

Just recently, Arlington National Cemetery had “changing of the screens.” Unbeknown to many, Arlington National Cemetery screens all of the soil that comes in contact with the fallen soldiers’ caskets. Arlington National Cemetery replaced its box screener with a Screen USA TROM512 track-mounted trommel screen. “Of all of the installations I have been involved in over the past 34 years, this was the most memorable,” said Rick Cohen, president of Screen USA. “ I consider myself an extremely patriotic guy and my company Screen USA was extremely fortunate to have been chosen to provide the trommel screen for this job.” The Screen USA track-mounted trommel screen is located in the heart of Arlington National Cemetery. This screener runs a minimum of eight hours a day and provides soil for every fallen hero that is buried. (This story also can be found on Construction Equipment Arlington National Cemetery replaced its box screener with a Screen USA TROM512 track-mount- Guide’s website at www.con- The Screen USA track-mounted trommel screen is located in the heart of Arlington ed trommel screen. structionequipmentguide.com.) National Cemetery.


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3155 Highway y 93 S. Kalispell, MT 59901 800-434-4 4190

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1257 We est Amity Boise, ID 83705 800-221-5211

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Diane Benck Signed in As First Female Chair in 100-Year History Of AED On Jan. 18, Diane Benck, owner and vice president of general operations of West Side Tractor Sales and RCE Equipment Solutions, was signed in as the Associated Equipment Distributors (AED) 2018 Chairwoman. This honor is particularly monumental as Benck is the first female chairwoman in the 100year history of Associated Equipment Distributors. She also is the first John Deere dealer in this role. The inauguration ceremony was held during AED’s 2018 Summit and Condex in Las Vegas. This annual meeting attracts more than 2,000 participants from the equipment industry. AED is an international trade association representing companies involved in the distribution, rental and support of equipment used in construction, mining, forestry, power generation, agriculture and industrial applications. With more than 500 distributor members, including dealers from Cat, Vermeer, John Deere, etc. — AED focuses on public policy advocacy, industry education and training, and analysis on markets, economics and business trends that impact the industry. “I think it’s kind of comical that I’m the first female chair because I didn’t ever intend to break down walls or shatter glass ceilings,” said Benck. “In time, I realized I had an overwhelming drive to be part of the family business, which just happened to involve construction equipment, and just happened to be almost entirely male. “I worked my entire career to be noticed and respected for what I did and achieved, not for my gender. My father, as well as the rest of my family, learned to see the power of diversity and acknowledge the skills of each individual that was not based on age or gender. “Sometimes we get unexpected gifts in life. On my journey to be perceived as competent as any of the men in the room, has been the reward of setting an example for the women that have and will follow behind me,” Benck said. “There have been many times in my career where another dealer principal, customer or supplier will approach me and I can see the wheels churning in his eyes. The conversation always starts with four simple words…those words are ‘I have a daughter.’ Now what comes next can vary…’would you talk to her’, ‘I didn’t really think about her

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Kenworth Offers $2,000 Savings to NRMCA Members Kenworth will provide a $2,000 savings to fellow National Ready Mixed Concrete Association (NRMCA) members on qualifying purchases of new Kenworth T880, T880S, W900, T440 or T470 vocational trucks through the association’s Member to Member (M2M) Benefits Program. “Our flagship vocational T880 and other Kenworth vocational trucks offer durability, reliability, low cost of ownership and excellent driver comfort features. We truly value our partnerships with ready mix concrete fleets and truck operators that purchase Kenworth trucks. Kenworth’s cooperative program with NRMCA offers customers a $2,000 savings in 2018,” said Kurt Swihart, Kenworth marketing director. “We also have added the new Kenworth T880S to this year’s program. The T880S is ideal for this market and is a natural choice for vocational operators in bridge formula states.” To qualify, orders must retail in 2018. Both new stock and special order vehicles qualify. Buyers must show their NRMCA membership card to their Kenworth dealer at time of purchase. Limit for a single customer is five qualifying Kenworth trucks per year. Other limitations apply on the Kenworth rebate program. NRMCA is in its 88th year of representing the producers of ready mixed concrete and the companies that provide materials, equipment and support to the industry. It conducts education, training, promotion, research, engineering, safety, environmental, technological, lobbying and regulatory programs. Kenworth will provide a $2,000 savings to fellow National Ready Mixed Concrete For more information, visit www.nrmca.org or www.kenworth.com. Association (NRMCA) members on qualifying purchases of new Kenworth T880, pictured (This story also can be found on Construction Equipment Guide’s website at www.constructionequipmentguide.com.)

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NTEA: The Role of GVWR, GCWR in Specifying Work Trucks By Bob Raybuck DIRECTOR OF TECHNICAL SERVICES, NTEA

Often, GVWR and gross vehicle weight (GVW) are thought to be the same, but they are not. A truck’s GVWR is the maximum weight rating established by the chassis manufacturer. GVW is the total weight of the truck and payload at a point in time. There’s a common misconception that a truck’s GVWR is determined by adding gross axle weight ratings (GAWRs) together for all axles. Although this was a common way of calculating GVWR many years ago, it’s no longer an accurate method. The chassis manufacturer task of establishing a vehicle GVWR is much more difficult today due to advancement of safety system standards and how vehicles meet these requirements. This is why many trucks have a GVWR much lower than the combined axle ratings. It is not uncommon for a truck with a GVWR of 19,500 lbs. to have a front axle rated at 7,500 lbs. and a rear axle rated at 14,700 lbs. Safety standards that apply to braking, vehicle stability and chassis manufacturer internal standards for durability, dynamic stability and handling can restrict GVWR even though the sum of the axle ratings exceeds 22,000 pounds. In this instance, the OEM set the GVWR at 19,500 lbs. based on test results and vehicle dynamic per-

formance to ensure a safe, reliable truck. A specific vehicle’s GCWR is based on parameters established by chassis manufacturers. The manufacturer makes an assessment in accordance with SAE International test protocols, determining maximum GCWR. Additionally, the OEM runs stringent tests based on internal requirements, which may include testing total GCWR braking capability using only the towing vehicle chassis braking system. GCWR is the total weight of the truck pulling the trailer and the trailer itself. The truck chassis dictates proper GCWR for safe operation of the combination truck and trailer. When end users and fleets are looking to either purchase or specify the proper chassis for their needs, different driver qualifications and regulations are part of the process. A key driver qualification is the commercial driver’s license rule, better known as CDL. Many fleets prefer to specify their chassis in a way that allows drivers without a CDL license to operate their vehicles. Federal CDL requirements help clarify what’s considered a non-CDL truck and how GVWR comes into play. Each individual state may have more stringent CDL licensing requirements. However, every state must follow federal requirements as a baseline. One element in federal CDL operator requirements is a vehicle’s GVWR. The federal requirement specifies that,

when a vehicle has a GVWR of 26,000 lbs. or less, the operator does not need a CDL license. However, this does not mean the truck GVW can be loaded above the GVWR of 26,000 lbs. and operated by a non-CDL driver. Federal requirements state the GVW must, in addition, be 26,000 lbs. or less. CDL requirements become more confusing when the vehicle is towing a trailer. There are three key aspects to consider when assessing CDL operator requirements for commercial work trucks involved in towing a trailer: truck GVWR, trailer GVWR and GCWR of the truck-trailer combination. Trailer GVWR is most critical to determining when a CDL is required. When a trailer has a GVWR of 10,001 lbs. or more and the combined GCWR of the truck and trailer is 26,001 lbs. or more, a CDL is required by the operator. For example, if a trailer has a GVWR of 11,500 lbs. and is towed by a truck with a GVWR of 15,000 lbs., resulting in a GCWR of 26,500 lbs., then the operator must have a CDL. In contrast, when the trailer in the truck-trailer combination has a GVWR of 10,000 lbs. or less, the CDL requirements allow for a greater GCWR for both the truck and trailer without requiring a CDL license. For example, a truck with a GVWR of 26,000 lbs. or less can tow a trailer with a GVWR of 10,000 lbs. or less and not require the operator to have a CDL under federal requirements. However, CDL see NTEA page 47


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Buyers Products Offers Line of Slide Out Truck Bed Boxes Buyers Products’ slide out truck bed box line is specifically engineered for truck beds. The slide out truck bed boxes boast a reinforced box design that fits comfortably in truck beds for easy access to tools. With a smooth aluminum construction and a raingutter design, these toolboxes provide year-round durability and protection. A push-button locking latch releases the drawer easily, which automatically locks in position every 8 in. to control drawer motion. Movable partitions and dividers provide configurability for a wide range of tools and hardware. “Our slide out truck bed box was The slide out truck bed boxes are offered in a built with all of the strength and multitude of sizes, precisely to fit any work durability Buyers’ boxes are known truck model or need. for,” said Scott Kalanish, senior project engineer. “We really wanted to focus work truck model or need. For more information, visit www.buyeron a design that provided a lightweight framework with an industry-leading weight sproducts.com. (This story also can be found on capacity.” The slide out truck bed boxes are offered Construction Equipment Guide’s website at in a multitude of sizes, precisely to fit any www.constructionequipmentguide.com.)

ARDCO Introduces Pipe Trailer Attachment for AMT ARDCO’s AMT pipe trailer attachment for the articulating multi-purpose truck (AMT) is designed for safe and efficient handling of pipe. The AMT pipe trailer offers adjustable lengths and exceptional load capacity, making it ideal for off-road transport in pipeline or utility construction applications, according to the manufacturer. Built specifically for the ARDCO AMT 600, the pipe trailer easily attaches to the truck using a supplied hitch mount with conventional fifth wheel connection. The trailer features a flexible-load rear frame with 45-degree swivel capabilities, trailer axles with available braking system and various tire options. To protect against damage to pipes or other products, the load surface is constructed of oak timbers and the side pole surface is Teflon-coated. The trailer offers a load capacity of 50,000 lbs. (22,680 kg). Trailer length can be adjusted from a maximum of 35 ft. 8 in. (10.8 m) to a minimum of 22

Built specifically for the ARDCO AMT 600, the pipe trailer easily attaches to the truck using a supplied hitch mount with conventional fifth wheel connection.

ft. 2 in. (6.7 m) The pipe trailer is one of many ARDCO attachments compatible with the modular back-end platform of the AMT 600. The AMT 600 is powered by a 250-hp Cummins QSB6.7 Tier IV Final diesel engine, features selectable 4-

or 6-wheel-drive, and has a top travel speed of 30 miles per hour. The AMT 600 has a 2-person, fully enclosed, all-weather ROPS cab that is sound rated to 68 dB. A 7-in. display in the steering column provides digital gauges with onboard diagnostics, digital manu-

al access and an optional backup camera display. A streamlined front-end angle offers the driver panoramic visibility to enhance safety. Specifically built for off-road travel, the AMT 600 includes a high-strength center pivot trunnion

with approximately 20 degrees of oscillation, which allows all the tires to maintain ground contact and traction while travelling over rough terrain. Dual hydraulic cylinders provide 37 degrees of steering each way, and articulating motion allows the tires to slide left or right in wet/muddy terrain to gain traction. The AMT 600 includes a Dana 6-speed powershift transmission with twist grip shifter and AxleTech rigid planetary axles with driver controlled differential lock. Optional accessories include a hydraulically operated front push blade, front-mounted hydraulic winch, heavy-duty front bumper/brush guard, and auxiliary hydraulics. The AMT 600 is covered by a limited one-year warranty. For more information, call 800/332-7326 or visit www.ardcomfg.com.

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Consider Three Key Aspects to Assess CDL Requirements NTEA from page 44

requirements mandate that the truck and trailer GVW not exceed 26,000 lbs. and 10,000 lbs., respectively. In short, the truck and trailer cannot be overloaded. When determining the truck and trailer combination(s) that end customers or fleets want, it’s important to understand which combination(s) will require a CDL or know how to specify and load trucks and trailers properly to remain within CDL weight limitations. There’s a common perception that a truck’s original GVWR can be changed to avoid CDL requirements. Even though there are provisions in the vehicle certification rules that allow the company finishing the new incomplete vehicle (final-stage manufacturer) to determine the vehicle’s final GVWR, the final-stage manufacturer is typically reluctant to make changes to the original GVWR without guidance from the incomplete vehicle manufacturer. Many incomplete medium-duty vehicle manufacturers include GVWR information as part of the Vehicle Identification Number (VIN) coding in the vehicle description sec-

tion (4–8) and, therefore, will not change an incomplete vehicle’s GVWR after it is manufactured as the VIN would need to be updated. Many incomplete vehicle OEMs will provide guidance about changing GVWR for a VIN-specific new incomplete chassis through their dealer network; however, they make the final-stage manufacturer the responsible party. Many times, altering GVWR requires changing key components (such as tires, suspensions or even axles). If a company claims it can change GVWR, consider asking about the organization’s approach to testing, engineering analysis and certification documentation to ensure ongoing compliance. As a company or fleet, you’re placing your employees in these vehicles. It is very important to company wellbeing and employee safety to make sure the trucks you purchase are designed for their intended purposes and GVWR and GCWR are specified properly for safe, efficient operation. For more information, visit ntea.com. (This story also can be found on Construction Equipment Guide’s website at www.constructionequipmentguide.com.)

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If you would like to place your Wanted To Buy listings on our website for inclusion in our newsletters, simply visit: www.ConstructionEquipmentGuide.com/wanted and enter your listings. Inappropriate or Sale Ads will be Deleted WANTED: MCCLOSKEY AGRICULTURAL EQUIPMENT, ALL MODELS. EMAIL: LHEFF.SMS@GMAIL.COM WANTED - 1/2" DRUM FOR TOPSOIL FOR MCCLOSKEY SCREEN 512RG TROMMELL SCREEN. CONTACT JOHN PH: 610-497-2012 –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– WANTED: HEIL 1040 TRAILER EMAIL: WSPSHOP@WSPINC.NET PHONE: 623-434-5050 LOOKING FOR SOIL STABILIZING AND SUPPORT EQUIPMENT. PNEUMATIC TRAILERS, 6X6 WATER TRUCKS, SPREADER TRUCKS, ETC. –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– WANTED: POWERSCREEN AGGREGATE EQUIPMENT, ALL MODELS EMAIL: SALES@RREQUIPMENT.COM PHONE: 803-416-5200 WANT TO BUY YOUR USED AGGREGATE EQUIPMENT. ALL MAKES. ALL MODELS. ALL CONDITIONS. SEND PHOTOS, INFORMATION. –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– WANTED: CATERPILLAR 623K SCRAPERS EMAIL: WEBEREQUIPMENT@ BIGPOND.COM WANTED 623K FOR AUSTRALIA –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– WANTED: CASE 450C CRAWLER DOZERS EMAIL: CMESALES@BVU.NET PHONE: 276-608-1507 –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– WANTED: JOHN DEERE 310SG BACKHOE LOADER. NEED MAIN BOOM REPLACEMENT ON THE BACKHOE. IN US ONLY. EMAIL: MIKE@TETREAULTINC.COM –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– WANTED: JOHN DEERE 330C LC. NEED HOUSE TUG, REMOTE TRAX AND PLATYPUS OR TRANSLIFT. MANUFACTURED HOUSE MOVING EQUIPMENT. WILL CONFER PURCHASE OR LEASE. IN US ONLY. EMAIL: LOBUCAK@GMAIL.COM –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– WANTED: TRACKMOBILE 4000TM. NEED HOUSE TUG, REMOTE TRAX AND PLATYPUS OR TRANSLIFT. MANUFACTURED HOUSE MOVING EQUIPMENT. WILL CONFER PURCHASE OR LEASE. IN US ONLY. EMAIL: LOBUCAK@GMAIL.COM –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– WANTED: BOMAG BW 75 S COMPACTION EQUIPMENT EMAIL: BLOVIO@CORRADO.COM –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– WANTED: LINCOLN SA-200 WELDER. IN USA ONLY. CONTACT: JIM BAKER EMAIL: JIMBAKER@BENTON COUNTYCABLE.NET PHONE: 931-264-0274 –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– WANTED: LIPPMANN 42X48, AGGREGATE EQUIPMENT LIPPMAN 4248 IMPACTOR BARE OR PORTABLE CONTACT JOE BY EMAIL: FJS-1@ATT.NET OR PHONE: 724-944-5569 ––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––

WANTED: KUBOTA L295DT OR L2950 GST BACKHOE LOADERS EMAIL: JIMRUDIS@AOL.COM –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– WANTED: KOMATSU D475A-5 CRAWLER DOZERS WE ARE LOOKING TO BUY KOMATSU D475A-5, D375A-5, D375A-3. WE PREFER TO BUY FROM END USER AND NOT A BROKER. CONTACT TONY BY EMAIL: TONYTHOMAS@PACIFICCRANES.COM –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– WANTED: ATLAS COPCO DM30 DRILLS WE ARE LOOKING ATLAS COPCO DM30 BLAST HOLE DRILL. PREFER TO BUY FROM END USER AND NOT A BROKER. CONTACT TONY BY EMAIL: TONYTHOMAS@PACIFICCRANES.COM –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– WANTED: CATERPILLAR CRAWLER DOZERS, ALL MODELS. NEED 12 MONTHS BULLDOZER D6 D7 D8 D9 D10 D11 155 275 375 475 ALL UNITS ENV CAB WITH RIPPER, 2014 AND UP, UNDER 3500 HOURS. ONLY USER CONTRACTORS. I WORK BY EMAIL ONLY: JEANMAURICEBOUTIN@VIDEOTRON.CA –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– WANTED: LOOKING TO PURCHASE STEEL CASE BATTERIES/ELECTRIC FORK LIFT BATTERIES. I WILL PAY YOU TOP DOLLAR AND CASH ON THE SPOT WITHIN 50 MILES OF MY LOCATION. MINIMUM QTY (5) MAX (10) TRUCK LOADS AT A TIME. WE ARE THE LARGEST SCRAP STEEL CASE BUYERS IN NORTH AMERICA. WE OFFER FREE PICKUP ANYWHERE IN THE U.S. AND CANADA. CONTACT: ROBERT COOPER. CALL 346-932-2525 OR 346-932-2525 OR EMAIL RCOOPER.TWS@GMAIL.COM. –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– WANTED: NEEDED TRUCK 777F 777G. MUST BE UNADVERTISED FROM MINING DIRECTLY OR EXCAVATOR GOOD PRICE. CONTACT: JEAN MAURICE BOUTIN PH: 450-346-8975 EMAIL: JEANMAURICEBOUTIN@VIDEOTRON.CA –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– WANTED: I AM LOOKING TO BUY ANY HEAVY EQUIPMENT AT A REASONABLE PRICE. CONTACT: JOE (PH: (570-250-5559) EMAIL: JDMACHINERYSALES@GMAIL.COM –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– WANTED: CAT 637D LOOKING FOR CONTRACTOR OWNED CAT 637D SCRAPERS...LOCATED IN WESTERN USA. CALL 360-551-9778. CONTACT: DALE LAMPHERE PH: 360-551-9778 EMAIL: DALE.SALES.HEH@GMAIL.COM –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– WANTED: KOMATSU D375A-5, D375A-6 WILL BUY YOUR USED KOMATSU DOZER IN GOOD CONDITION, READY TO WORK, YEARS: 2004-2015 CONTACT: ANASTASIA PH: +7-967-85-38-377 EMAIL: VED@TORION.PRO ––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––

WANTED: CATERPILLAR MOTOR GRADER 140G IF YOU HAVE FOR SALE PLEASE EMAIL ME PICTURES AND DETAILS. CONTACT: NAQIB KHAN PH: 0-333-329-8751 EMAIL: NAQIB_KHAN73@YAHOO.COM –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– WANTED: HARVESTER VOLVO 210/240BF OR KOMATSU PC200 NEED HARVESTER VOLVO 210BF OR 240BF, OR KOMATSU PC200 WITH WORKING HOURS UP TO 15,000 M/H. CONTACT: INNA EMAIL: INFO@TORION.PRO –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– WANTED: CATERPILLAR D8N AND 14H I AM LOOKING TO BUY CAT DOZER D8N WITH RIPPER AND CAT GRADER 14H 1997 TO 2001 WITH RIPPER. IF YOU HAVE ANY FOR SALE PLEASE EMAIL ME PICTURES AND DETAILS. CONTACT: ABDAL HAJI SALEEM PH: 415-687-0337 EMAIL: HAJICONSTRUCTEST@GMAIL.COM –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– WANTED: HYDRAULIC THUMB WITH VALVES AND CONTROLS TO FIT CAT 225 EXCAVATOR OR PARTS EXCAVATOR WITH THUMB CONTACT: MARTY LONG PH: 704-842-2710 EMAIL: MARTINLONG@BELLSOUTH.NET –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– WANTED: PUMP FOR BACKHOE WANTED A USED MAIN PUMP FOR KOMATSU BACKHOE, MODEL PC 30, ENGINE 3D84-1B, SERIAL 2084, ENGINE NUMBER 03630, DISPLACEMENT 1.413 L, 12 SPLINE. THE PUMP I WANT IS AN ADD ON REPLACEMENT PUMP OPERATED VIA A CHAIN. I’M IN PALAWAN, PHILIPPINES. PLS CALL ME. CONTACT: KURT DOLVIN PH: 999-834-2332 EMAIL: KKURTTDDOLVINN@YAHOO.COM –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– WANTED: BUCYRUS ERIE 15-B CRANE OR HOE. WE PREFER PHONE CALLS THANK YOU. CONTACT: BOB CARTER PH: 610-377-0372 EMAIL: WEB@CEGLTD.COM –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– WANTED: SCRAP COPPER WIRE I PURCHASE SCRAP COPPER WIRE, ALL MCM SERIES UNDERGROUND ETC. ANYWHERE IN THE U.S. I WILL PAY TOP DOLLAR CONTACT: ROBERT COOPER PH: 979-341-9006 EMAIL: RCOOPER.TWS@GMAIL.COM FAX: 979-341-9006 –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– WANTED TO BUY CAT 325DL EXCAVATOR WITH GOOD U/C AND CLEAN MACHINE. PLEASE EMAIL ME PICTURES AND DETAILS. CONTACT: ABDAL HAJI SALEEM PH: 415-687-0337 EMAIL: HAJICONSTRUCTEST@GMAIL.COM ––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––

WANTED: USED K-TEC 1228 SCRAPER. CONTACT: MIKE SUMMERS PH: 216-316-0882 EMAIL: DANDMEARTHMOVING@AOL.COM FAX: 440-965-4187 –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– WANTED: HYDRAULIC THUMB WITH VALVES AND CONTROLS TO FIT CAT 2250 EXCAVATOR CONTACT: MART LONG PH: 704-842-2710 EMAIL: MARTINLONG@BELLSOUTH.NET –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– WANTED: NEEDED BULLDOZER D10R AND TRUCK 777G UNADVERTISED CONTRACTOR ONLY CONTACT: JEAN MAURICE BOUTIN PH: 450-346-8975 EMAIL: JEANMAURICEBOUTIN@VIDEOTRON.CA –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– WANTED: MANUALS, CATALOGUES, DIAGRAMS OF GLEASON PAUFTER PE 80 HOBBING MACHINE WE HAVE PURCHASED A USED GEAR HOBBING MACHINE FROM FORD MOTOR CO, SHARONVILLE, OHIO THROUGH A DEALER. UNFORTUNATELY WE DID NOT GET ANY OF THE MACHINE MANUALS WITH IT. THE MACHINE IS PAUFTER PE 80, YOM 1999, SR NO 28577 ELECTRIC CIRCUIT DIAGRAM 702A -44155 HYDRAULIC DIAGRAM. 702A-46277 PNEUMATIC DIAGRAM. 702A-44151 LUBRICATION DIAGRAM. 702A -44153 CONTACT: SUNIL UNDE PH: 982-302-9083 EMAIL: UNDEANCILS@HOTMAIL.COM –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– WANTED: EAGLE 1000/UM15 CRUSHER EAGLE 1000 OPEN CIRCUIT OR BARE UM15 OR UM25 CRUSHER CONTACT: JOE PH: 724-944-5569 EMAIL: FJS-1@ATT.NET –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– WANTED: NEEDED BULLDOZER NEEDED BULLDOZER KOMATSU 51PX 23 ENC CAB 28 INCHES AS DES 2016 AND UP UNDER 600 HOURS UNADVERTISED USER USA AND D11T ENC CAB 2016 UNDER 6000 HOURS USER UNADVERTISED OR PAST THANKS CONTACT: JEAN MAURICE BOUTIN PH: 450-346-8975 EMAIL: JEANMAURICEBOUTIN@VIDEOTRON.CA –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– WANTED: 450 CASE LOADER TRACK PARTS TRACK PADS 450 CASE LOADER CONTACT: ALEC TODD PH: 864-710-0447 EMAIL: TODDJAT@BELLSOUTH.NET –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– WANTED: ATTACHMENTS INTERNATIONAL 140BM ASPHALT CUTTER CONTACT: AMANDA HANSON PH: 218-331-8597 EMAIL: KMANDA27@AOL.COM –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– WANTED: ANTIQUE & VINTAGE FARM TRACTORS RUNNING OR NOT. WILL PAY CASH ON THE SPOT FROM $500-$3000 DEPENDING ON THE YEAR, MAKE, MODEL AND

CONDITION. I'M LOOKING FOR THE FOLLOWING YEARS 1930’S-1950'S AND THE FOLLOWING MANUFACTURERS: HI, JOHN DEERE, MINNEAPOLIS, COCKSHUTT, FORD, OLIVER, FARMALL, ALL IS CHALMERS, CASE, SILVERKING, INTERNATIONAL, WD, CAT, HEFTY, MASSEY FERGUSON, MCCORMICKDEERING AND MANY OTHERS. I WILL PURCHASE ANYWHERE IN NORTH AMERICA CONTACT: ROBERT COOPER PH: 979-341-9006 EMAIL: SALES.TWS@OUTLOOK.COM FAX: 979-341-9006 –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– WANTED: JOHN DEERE 110 TLB I'M LOOKING FOR A LATE MODEL IN VERY NICE SHAPE UNDER 1K HOURS WITH AUX HYDRAULICS FRONT AND REAR. A 4 IN 1 BUCKET AND A THUMB WOULD EXTRA NICE. CONTACT: KEN FAINT EMAIL: KFAINT@YAHOO.COM –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– WANTED: JOHN DEERE 544J OR LARGER • 2005-2007 JOHN DEERE 544 J WHEEL LOADER CONTACT: PATRICK J. BUGGY PH: 970-497-8221 EMAIL: PBUGGY@SJCCO.COM –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– WANTED: DEERE 644K 4 YD BUCKET DEERE 644K 4.0 YD GP BUCKET CONTACT: FRANK @ GROFF TRACTOR PH: 800-33-GROFF EMAIL: FRANKHORAN@ GROFFTRACTOR.COM FAX: 732-780-3618 –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– WANTED: WE BUY EQUIPMENT MANUALS • WE ARE LOOKING TO PURCHASE NEW OR USED SERVICE, SHOP, PARTS, OPERATOR’S OR OTHER MANUALS FOR EQUIPMENT OF ALL SORTS, BUT NOT INCLUDED TRUCKS AND VEHICLES. WE PREFER IN BULK, PERHAPS YOU HAVE COMPUTERIZED YOUR SERVICE OR PARTS OPERATION AND YOU HAVE BOOKS OR MANUALS YOU NO LONGER NEED, OR INVENTORIES YOU HAVE NOT SOLD. PERHAPS AS A DISCONTINUED PRODUCT LINE. WE WILL PURCHASE IN ANY USEABLE CONDITION IN ANY AMOUNT YOU HAVE. PLEASE FEEL FREE TO CALL US AT 270-849-2270 OR EMAIL US. CONTACT: GRACE FRANCES PH: 270-849-2270 EMAIL: TRITOWN1@MSN.COM –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– WANTED: SCRAP/ BROKEN CONSTRUCTION MACHINERY I AM LOOKING FOR SCRAP/ BROKEN CONSTRUCTION MACHINERY. IF YOU HAVE 1 OR 1000 PIECES I WILL PURCHASE AND THE PICKUPS ARE FREE. BACK HOES, LOADERS, EXCAVATORS, FORKLIFTS, CRANES, SKID STEERS, CONVEYORS, PLUS MANY MORE! I WILL PICK UP ANYWHERE IN NORTH AMERICA. ALL I NEED ARE PHOTOS AND DESCRIPTIONS OF YOUR MACHINES. I AM CURRENTLY PAYING $60.00 PER TON ON ALL UNPREPARED STEEL. CONTACT ME ANY TIME. THE BEST WAY TO REACH ME IS BY PHONE; MY EMAIL IS NOT ALWAYS

WORKING. CONTACT: ROBERT COOPER PH: 979-341-9006 EMAIL: CONSTRUCTIONEQUIPMENT4LESS@ GMAIL.COM FAX: 979-341-9006 –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– WANTED: AG & CONSTRUCTION MANUALS BUYING NEW OR USED CONSTRUCTION AND AGRICULTURE SERVICE, PARTS AND OPERATOR MANUALS. IF YOU HAVE MANUALS YOU NO LONGER NEED OR PERHAPS YOU NO LONGER HAVE THAT MACHINE FOR THAT CERTAIN MANUAL, PLEASE GIVE ME A CALL. I BUY LARGE AND SMALL LOTS OF MANUALS. CONTACT: JOHN WHITNEY PH: 530-864-0771 EMAIL: WHITNEYJ65@YAHOO.COM FAX: 530-864-0771 –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– WANTED: DRESSER 200 TRAC LOADER RUNNING OR NOT - FOR PARTS CONTACT: STANLEY FELLS PH: 785-257-3360 EMAIL: SFELLS@YAHOO.COM –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– WANTED: REAR AXLE I AM LOOKING FOR A COMPLETE REAR AXLE ASSEMBLY FOR A HYUNDAI HL 757-7 SN LD0110229. IT IS A VOLVO AXLE OEM REAR AXLE PN 81LD-20010 SUPERCEDING # 81LD-20011 DIFFERENTIAL CARRIER PN XKBQ-00476 HOUSING CASTING PN 7126-24100. WOULD BE ALSO OK WITH CONVENTIONAL OR LIMITED SLIP DIFFERENTIAL. PLEASE LET ME KNOW IF YOU HAVE ANY OPTIONS AVAILABLE OR IF THERE IS ANY OTHER INFORMATION YOU MAY NEED. CONTACT: DON L. PH: 585-584-3425 EMAIL: DONL@GEORGEANDSWEDE.COM FAX: 585-584-8290 –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– WANTED: CAT D5B LGP CAT D5B LGP MODEL CONTACT: MOLAI PH: 630-379-9175 EMAIL: MANSOOR.MOLAI@GMAIL.COM –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– WANTED: STEEL END DUMP TRAILER OLDER MODEL 25 TO 35 FT END DUMP TRAILER STEEL TANDEM OR TRI, USED CONDITION FINE CONTACT: CHRIS BAREFOOT (PH: 919-622-0160) EMAIL: TLCWORKSINC@GMAIL.COM FAX: 919-207-0571 –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– WANTED: APE 200-6 APE 200-6 – VIBRATORY HAMMER AND POWERPACK WITH 11’ CASSION BEAM APPROX. WITH DUAL CLAMPS TO INSTALL AND EXTRACT ROUND STEEL CASING CONTACT: COLLEEN DOUTY (PH: 214-226-6867) EMAIL: CDOUTY@OVERLANDCORPORATION.COM ––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––


Page 50 • February 4, 2018 • www.constructionequipmentguide.com • CONSTRUCTION EQUIPMENT GUIDE ALEX LYON & SON AUCTIONEERS www.lyonauction.com 315-633-2944 • Orlando (Kissimmee), FL February 3 – 11, 2018 For: 25th Anniversary! Greatest Sale of the Year!

• Tipton, CA February 16, 2018 • Orlando, FL February 19 – 24, 2018 • Los Angeles, CA March 6, 2018

• Queretaro, Mexico Fri., March 2, 2018 For: Late Model Earthmoving Equipment & more

• Fort Worth, TX March 13 - 14, 2018

• Syracuse, NY Fri., March 2, 2018 For: Rental Fleet Construction Equipment & more

• Sacramento, CA March 20, 2018

• Scranton, PA Sat., March 3, 2018 For: Large Job Completion • Dallas (Ft. Worth), TX Wed., March 14, 2018 For: Very Late Model Rentals JD, Cat, Komatsu • Sioux City, IA Thurs., March 15, 2018 For: Late Model Construction Equipment & more • Las Vegas, NV Sat., March 17, 2018 For: Late Model Rental Fleet Equipment & more • Spartanburg, SC Thurs., March 22, 2018 For: Late Model Construction Equipment & more • Montreal, Canada Sat., March 24, 2018 For: Late Model Rental Equipment • Chicago, IL Wed., March 28, 2018 For: Retirement/Bankruptcy Auction. All types of Construction Equipment • Blanket, TX Thurs., March 29, 2018 For: Major Job Completion, Equipment, Trucks & more • Middletown, NY Fri., March 30, 2018 For: Late Model Construction & Utility Equipment & more

• Chehalis, WA March 16, 2018

BAR NONE AUCTION www.barnoneauction.com 866-372-1700 • Sacramento, CA Sat., February 10, 2018 For: Public Auction • Portland, OR Fri., February 23, 2018 For: Public Auction • Sacramento, CA Sat., March 10, 2018 For: Public Auction • Portland, OR Fri., March 30, 2018 For: Public Auction BEAZLEY AUCTIONEERS www.beazleyauction.com 800-670-1227 • Midland, TX Date change: TBD February For: Oilfield Equipment Auction BIDADOO AUCTIONS www.bidadoo.com 1-877-BIDADOO • ONLINE ONLY February 1, 2018 • ONLINE ONLY February 8, 2018 • ONLINE ONLY February 15, 2018

• Houston, TX Tues., April 3, 2018 For: Rentals! Late Model Construction Equipment & more

• ONLINE ONLY February 22, 2018

• Atlantic City, NJ April 5 - 7, 2018 For: Annual 3-Day Late Model Rental Return Auction

• ONLINE ONLY March 8, 2018

• Westfield, PA Fri., April 13, 2018 For: Retirement Auction. Very Late Model Construction Equipment • Racine, WI Sat., April 14, 2018 For: Late Model Cat Construction Equipment & more • Columbus (Delaware), OH Sat., April 21, 2018 For: Late Model Rental Returns • Fayetteville, AR Sat., April 28, 2018 For: Rental Return Auction • Albany, NY Sat., May 5, 2018 For: Large 3-Company Completion Job Auction • Dansville (Rochester), NY Sat., May 12, 2018 For: Large Municipal Auction • Raynham, MA Fri., May 19, 2018 For: Late Model Cat & Komatsu Construction Equipment & more • Canastota (Syracuse), NY Sun., May 20, 2018 For: Midi & Mini Construction Equipment RITCHIE BROS. AUCTIONEERS www.rbauction.com 402-421-2631 • Phoenix, AZ February 7, 2018 • Houston, TX February 13-14, 2018

• ONLINE ONLY March 1, 2018

BIG IRON AUCTIONS www.bigiron.com 800-937-3558 • ONLINE ONLY February 7, 2018 • ONLINE ONLY February 14, 2018 • ONLINE ONLY February 21, 2018 • ONLINE ONLY February 28, 2018 • ONLINE ONLY March 7, 2018 BLACKMON AUCTIONS, INC. www.blackmonauctions.com 501-664-4526 • Lonoke, AR February 6 - 8, 2018 For: Contractors Auction DAVIS AUCTIONS, INC. www.davisauctionsinc.com 203-758-4087

Coming Auctions To view information on upcoming auctions visit our Auction Calendar at www.constructionequipmentguide.com • Philadelphia, MS May 23 - 24, 2018 For: Huge 2-Day Equipment, Truck & Trailer Auction • Philadelphia, MS July 18 - 19, 2018 For: Huge 2-Day Equipment, Truck & Trailer Auction EQUIFY AUCTIONS, LLC www.equifyauctions.com 888-535-8218 • ONLINE ONLY February 1 - 12, 2018 • ONLINE ONLY February 15 - 26, 2018 • Wills Point, TX Tues., February 27, 2018 For: Heavy Equipment GUINN AUCTION COMPANY www.guinnauctions.com 337-824-0422 • Jennings, LA Sat., March 3, 2018 For: Surplus Equipment and Vehicles HESS AUCTIONEERS www.hessauctioneers.net 866-511-2493 • Marietta, PA Fri., February 16, 2018 For: Trucks, Trailers & Equipment • Marietta, PA Fri., April 20, 2018 For: Trucks, Trailers & Equipment HISTORICAL CONSTRUCTION EQUIPMENT ASSOCIATION www.ebay.com/usr/hceasurplus 419-352-5616 • ONLINE ONLY 2018 HCEA Sales Literature Auction I.R.A.Y. AUCTION www.iraymn.com 320-968-7230 • Foley, MN Fri., March 9, 2018 For: Heavy Equipment, Truck & Trailer Auction • Foley, MN Fri., June 8, 2018 For: Heavy Equipment, Truck & Trailer Auction • Foley, MN Fri., September 14, 2018 For: Heavy Equipment, Truck & Trailer Auction • Foley, MN Fri., November 30, 2018 For: Heavy Equipment, Truck & Trailer Auction J. STOUT AUCTIONS www.jstoutauction.com 360-567-8154

• Charlotte, NC Thurs., February 22, 2018 For: Public Equipment & Trucks JAMES G. MURPHY INC. AUCTIONEERS www.murphyauction.com 800-426-3008

PAUL E. SAPERSTEIN INC. www.pesco.com 800-660-6553

STEFFES GROUP INC. www.steffesgroup.com 701-237-9173

• Weymouth, MA February 13, 2018 For: Sale @ Public Auction: A&M Welding

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• Litchfield, MN Thurs., March 22, 2018 For: AgIron Litchfield Event

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• Kenmore, WA Sat., February 10 2018 For: Heavy Equipment, Contractors Equipment & Vehicles

• Brooklyn, MS March 2 - 3, 2018 For: Early Spring Public Auction • Livonia, MI Tues., March 20, 2018 For: Absolute MI Truck & Dump Trailer Public Auction J.M. WOOD AUCTION COMPANY www.jmwood.com 800-447-7085

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• Hazlehurst, GA Thurs., February 8, 2018 For: Construction & Farm Equipment Sales

• Blairsville, GA Sat., March 17, 2018 For: Job Completion & Rental Return Auction

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RITCHASON AUCTIONEERS INC. www.ritchason.com 800-806-3395 • Lebanon, TN Sat., March 10, 2018 For: Heavy Equipment & Truck Auction ROYAL AUCTION GROUP, INC. www.royalauctiongroup.com 239-936-4121 • Fort Myers, FL Sat., February 3, 2018 For: Gov Surplus, Construction Equipment & Vehicles RTI AUCTIONS www.teitsworth.com 585-243-1563 • ONLINE ONLY February 6 - 13, 2018 For: February NetAuction SALES AUCTION COMPANY, LLC www.salesauctioncompany.com 860-627-7506 • Windsor Locks, CT Sat., May 5, 2018 For: 9th Annual Spring Public Equipment Auction

• Prospect, CT Sat., April 21, 2018 For: Spring Sale

• Portland, OR Wed., March 7, 2018 For: Heavy Construction Equipment & Trucks

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

J.J. KANE AUCTIONEERS www.jjkane.com 855-GO2-KANE

NITKE AUCTIONS www.nitkeauctions.com 715-693-4447

SHETRON AUCTIONS www.shetronequipment.com 717-532-8828

• Philadelphia, MS March 21 - 23, 2018 For: Huge 3-Day Auction

• ONLINE ONLY Fri., February 16, 2018 For: Utility, Construction Fleet and Equipment – Timed Auction

• Wausau, WI April 27 - 28, 2018 For: Wisconsin Contractors 53rd Annual Auction

• Shippensburg, PA Fri., February 23, 2018 For: Construction & Equipment Consignment Auction

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the project will advance the water quality and ensure the sustainability of biotic habitats. It will celebrate the culture, history and natural qualities of the area through temporary and permanent public artworks, artistic treatments, interpretive signage, performances and interactive exhibits. Bexar County is the primary funder of the San Pedro Creek Improvements Project, and the San Antonio River Authority is the project manager. The design team is comprised of HDR Engineering, Pape-Dawson Engineers and Muñoz and Company. The joint venture of Sundt/Davila is the designated construction manager for the project. The city of San Antonio is a partner in the project and has contributed right-of-way land parcels adjacent to the creek. The city is expected to include partial funding through the 2017 bond. The project design allows for water to be in the creek at all times,

As an existing creek, the site is saturated, and the work area constrained. Excavation requires tracked equipment.

The project calls for 60,000 linear ft. of new walls, new pedestrian bridges and 11 acres of landscaping.

although the flow and level may shift due to weather. San Pedro Creek will reportedly be protected from over development, as the city of San Antonio, in coordination with the River Authority, has created design standards and guidelines for a new overlay district along the creek. This new district will ensure compatible and high-quality development along the creek and adja-

deal with ongoing lane closures and road detours when traveling downtown. Most realize, however, the importance of having the first segment from the tunnel inlet to Houston Street completed by the long-awaited 300th birthday extravaganza. “It will be a city-wide celebration, and the transformation of San Pedro Creek is a key part of that,”

BusinessCalendar To view our Business Calendar online, go to www.constructionequipmentguide.com. Michigan Construction & Design Tradeshow 2018 DATE: FEBRUARY 7, 2018 SHOW HOURS: 9:00 AM to 4:30 PM PLACE: Motor City Casino Hotel, Detroit, Michigan REGISTER NOW! The Construction Association of Michigan (CAM), Bloomfield Hills, Michigan, is pleased to announce that the Michigan Construction & Design Tradeshow will be returning to Motor City Casino Hotel in Detroit. This oneday tradeshow will be held on February 7, 2018, and will be attended by over 1,000 construction owners, contractors, suppliers, architects and engineers. Show hours are 9:00 AM to 4:30 PM. Educational Workshops @ the Show: Be sure to sign up early for educational workshops held at the show: Challenges of the Business Life Cycle; How to Sell or Transition Your Business; Solving the Recruiting & Retention Crisis; Update on Accounting Standards. Space is limited. Exhibitors: If you haven’t reserved your booth, now is the time – space is selling quickly! Less than 20 booths remaining! Don’t miss this opportunity to exhibit your company’s products or services! For more information, contact Ron Riegel at 248/972-1110 or visit the Construction Association of Michigan (CAM) website. OREGON LOGGING CONFERENCE (OLC) The Oregon Logging Conference Foundation is taking a pro-active step toward addressing the need for attracting a younger generation of workers into the logging and forestry industry. Future Forestry Workers Day is planned to take place on Friday, February 23, 2018 at the Oregon Logging Conference in Eugene, OR. DATE: Friday, February 23, 2018 PLACE: Oregon Logging Conference Eugene, Oregon This one-day on-site visit will expose high school students to the logging and forestry industry. There are career opportunities available now, for those both with and without a college degree. This program is an opportunity for students to touch, see, climb on, and sit in the seats at the largest static logging, trucking, and construction equipment show in the U.S. The plan calls for students to arrive at the OLC at 9 AM and to receive a selfguided map for hands-on visits to equipment displays and other informational booths. The visit would conclude with a hosted lunch and additional industry information presented. The students would also be invited to return to OLC the following day (Family Day) and bring their families and friends to learn more about the timber industry. Students who attend this hands-on career day at OLC will also be given information about the Pacific Logging Congress’, 8th Annual in the Woods Show, taking place in September 2018 on the Oregon State University Research Forest in Corvallis, OR. This event will offer a follow-up, up close and personal opportunity for students to learn about job opportunities in the logging and forestry industry. For more information about Future Forestry Workers, contact OLC Manager Rikki Wellman at 541/686-9191.

cent corridors to preserve the public investment. Community involvement has played a key role in the planning, design and construction of the project. A number of workshops were held, starting in 2014, to make certain public input was incorporated into the design. As work continues on the project, area motorists are having to

ASSOCIATION of WOMEN CONTRACTORS (AWC) MN BLACK CHAMBER OF COMMERCE ANNUAL MEETING DATE: WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 7, 2018 TIME: 11:00 AM to 1:30 PM VENUE: McNamara Center 200 Oak Street S.E. Minneapolis, MN 55455 EVENT CATEGORY: Industry Events For more information on this event, contact AWC, 1337 St. Clair Avenue, Suite 4, Saint Paul, MN 55105. Telephone: 651/489-2221. NATIONAL DEMOLITION ASSOCIATION First Annual Live DEMOLITION Event DATE: FEBRUARY 22-24, 2018 PLACE: AUSTIN CONVENTION CENTER AUSTIN, TEXAS Be the First to Test the Latest Demolition Equipment at Demolition Austin. Demolition Austin will host nearly 1,000 demolition professionals from across the nation at the Live DEMOlition Event. Beat your competition – be the first to test to concrete processing, material handling, and robotics equipment from top industry suppliers. Attendance is included with your Demolition Austin full convention registration. Visit the NDA Website to register and learn more about the Live DEMOlition Event. Bring your family. In addition to the equipment demonstrations, the Live DEMOlition Event will include breakfast and opportunities to tour the Exotic Game Ranch. Bring your children and spouses so they can have their own adventure with the more than 2,000 mammals, reptiles, and birds on the ranch. Tours will take place throughout the day, with the last one at 11:00 AM. Visit the NDA website for all convention details and to make your hotel reservation. The deadline to secure the NDA rate is Monday, January 29. We look forward to seeing you in Austin! For more information, contact National Demolition Association at 202/367-1152; Toll Free: 800/541-2412; Fax: 202/367-2152; Email: info@demolitionassociation.com. Associated General Contractors of Minnesota (AGC of MN) The 99th Annual AGC CONVENTION is celebrating 100 Years of Construction DATES: FEBRUARY 26 to 28, 2018 PLACE: New Orleans, Louisiana Support the Boogie Woogie Bugle Bash during AGC’s Annual Convention! Make sure to check out Sponsorship Opportunities for the Boogie Woogie Bugle Bash presented by the Consulting Constructors’ Council benefiting the AGC Education and Research Foundation. This yearly event serves the foundation in its efforts to award scholarships to construction management and engineering students to help with the ever-rising cost of college tuition. Convention details and registration are available. For more information, contact AGC of MN, Denise Woods. Telephone: 651/632-8929; Address: AGC of MN, 525 Park Street, Suite #110, St. Paul, MN 55103; Email: dwoods@agcmn.org; website: http://www.agcmn.org. Associated General Contractors of America AGC of America AGC Sponsorship The 99th Annual AGC Convention DATES: FEBRUARY 26 to 28, 2018 PLACE: Hyatt Regency, New Orleans, Louisiana COUNTDOWN: 109 Days Until The AGC Annual Convention Sponsorship Deadline: January 19, 2018 For more information: Telephone: 703/548-3118; Fax: 703/548-3119; Email: info@agc.org

SAVE THE DATE! AWC GENERAL CONTRACTOR ROUND ROBIN & ASSOCIATE EXPO DATE: February 8, 2018 TIME: 2:00 PM to 5:00 PM VENUE: Carpenters Union Hall 710 Olive Street St. Paul, Minnesota 55130 The Association of Women Contractors (AWC) is hosting their annual “General Contractor Round Robin” event on Thursday, February 8, 2018. This will be a speed networking event where you will have the opportunity to meet AWC members. The majority of the members are certified women business owners. This goes a long way in building relationships with subcontractors instead of sending out the GFE Fax. AWC Associate members will also get the chance to have a table around the perimeter of the room to showcase their services. For more information on this Expo, contact the AWC office at 1337 St. Clair Avenue, Ste. 4, St. Paul, MN 55105. Telephone: 651/489-2221. Email: awcmn@awcmn.org or grace@awcmn.org. Associated General Contractors of Minnesota (AGC of MN) REPLACE THE OLD with the NEW If your organization incorporates the AGC of Minnesota logo into your website, or if you would like to add our logo to your website to proudly display your membership, contact Denise Woods at dwoods@agcmn.org for our new, more timely logo. IMPACT Conference Brings Stakeholders Together to Address Timely Construction Industry Topics and Build Mutual Success Construction Industry’s Premium Event Brings Stakeholders Together for Mutual Success 2018 North American Iron Workers/IMPACT Conference Seeks to Build Mutual Success with Customers, Employers and Workforce WHO: Iron Workers (IW) and Ironworker Management Progressive Action Cooperative Trust (IMPACT) will bring together owners, contractors and ironworkers together to address timely industry topics and build mutual success. The event experiences record-breaking attendance every year. WHEN: FEBRUARY 11 – 14, 2018 WHERE: Disney’s Coronado Springs Resort, Lake Buena Vista, Florida WHAT: Themed “Safer! Faster! Stronger!” the conference seeks to strengthen relationships between ironworkers, contractors, and end users for mutual success. The conference general and breakout sessions are designed to cater to owners in meeting their project expectations and provide ironworkers and their contractors a platform to showcase portfolios, expertise and skills. Attendees will have a unique opportunity to hone business acumen, learn best practices from industry experts, garner tips to foster business growth and network – all under one roof. This year’s conference will cover timely industry topics including but not limited to 2018 economic outlook, measures to achieve zero incidents, job site safety and safety management, evaluating competency, Lean construction, diversity, recruiting and workforce development, emerging technology, and public private partnerships. For more information on this conference, contact Sara Schuttloffel. Email:sschuttloffel@impact-net.org. Phone: 202/383-4885.

said Weber. “It’s important to complete the first phase of the project, because San Pedro Creek was the founding site for our community, which we will be celebrating with the Tricentennial.” (This story also can be found on Construction Equipment Guide’s website at www.constructionequipmentguide.com.) CEG

SME MINNESOTA CONFERENCE 2018 Society for Mining, Metallurgy, & Exploration Minnesota Conference DATES: FEBRUARY 25, 2018 to FEBRUARY 28, 2018 Society for Mining, Metallurgy, & Exploration Minnesota Conference (SME Minnesota Conference) is the leading conference for regional collaboration and growth in the mining industry, specifically in the iron ore industry, featuring a wide range of session topics addressing pressing industry issues, emerging industry trends and latest industry technology developments. This four (4) days mining industry event is being organized by Society For Mining, Metallurgy, & Exploration (SME). The venue of this event is Minneapolis Convention Center (MCC) which is located in Minneapolis, Minnesota, United States of America. The event will be held from Sunday, February 25, 2018, to Wednesday, February 28, 2018. SME Minnesota Conference 2018 will showcase a wide range of products and services related to mining sectors from the leading exhibitors such as coal & energy, industrial minerals & aggregates, environmental, geology, international, mining & exploration, mineral & metallurgical processing. The approximate number of exhibitors that will exhibit at this event is over one-hundred (100). The event will accommodate approximately 50,000 square feet of exhibit space. Visitor profile of this event includes engineers, geologists, metallurgists, educators, students and researchers. The frequency of SME Minnesota Conference is annual. For more information on this conference, contact SME at 12999 E. Adam Aircraft Cir., Englewood, CA 80112; Phone: 303/973-9550. ASSOCIATION of WOMEN CONTRACTORS (AWC) WC ANNUAL AWARDS & RECOGNITION EVENT DATE: THURSDAY, MARCH 1, 2018 TIME: 5:00 PM to 9:00 PM VENUE: DOUBLETREE by HILTON 1500 Park Place Boulevard Minneapolis, MN 55416 For more information on this event, contact AWC, 1337 St. Clair Avenue, Suite 4, Saint Paul, MN 55105. Telephone: 651/489-2221. National Truck Equipment Association (NTEA) The Work Truck Show Date: March 6 – 9, 2018 Place: Indiana Convention Center, Indianapolis, IN Sessions begin March 6. Exhibit Hall Opens March 7 – 9. National Truck Equipment Association (NTEA). The Association for the Work Truck Industry represents more than 1,950 companies that manufacture, distribute, install, sell and repair commercial trucks. NTEA is a leading provider of education and training for the work truck industry. Attend a conference. Learn online. Get technical training at your location. UPCOMING EVENTS: • The Work Truck Show – North America’s largest work truck event featuring the newest industry products, education and training, and solutions to your unique business challenges. Date: March 6 – 9, 2018. Place: Indiana Convention Center, Indianapolis, IN • Green Truck Summit – Held in conjunction with The Work Truck Show, the Summit is the industry’s premier alternative fuels conference, delivering the latest on clean energy innovations for commercial vehicles. The Work Truck Show is March 6 – 9, 2018, at the Indiana Convention Center, Indianapolis, IN. Educational sessions begin March 6, and the Exhibit Hall is open March 7 – 9. Register and book your room at worktruckshow.com. For more information or questions on these events, contact the NTEA team (800/441-6832 or info@ntea.com).


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