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SNWA’s $650M Water Project Nears Completion By Lori Tobias

Work is in the final stages to develop a low lake level pumping station at Lake Mead to further ensure adequate water will be available in the most populous area of Nevada.

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For nearly 20 years drought conditions in the Colorado River Basin have caused Lake Mead to drop nearly 130 ft. In Southern Nevada, conservation efforts have reduced per capita use by 36 percent even as the population increased by more than 650,000 during the same period. Now work is in the final stages to develop a low lake level pumping station at Lake Mead to further ensure adequate water will be available in the most populous area of Nevada. Approved by the Southern Nevada Water Authority (SNWA) Board of Directors in May 2015, the $650 million project was awarded to Barnard of Nevada in September 2015, with completion expected in 2020. “When finished, this will enable us to access water under very low lake levels,” said Erika Moonin, project manager of SNWA. “The pump station is designed to operate at low lake level, from 875 feet above sea level to 1,060 above sea level. If lake comes up we can

switch back to other pump stations. But under very extreme low lake levels we will still have access to the community’s water supply.” The main components of the new pumping station include 34 well shafts more than 500 ft. deep

and 6 ft. in diameter to accommodate the pumps; a 26-ft. diameter access shaft; and an underground forebay 36 ft. high by 33 ft. wide by 377 ft. long. The flow rate of the pumping station will be more than 900 million gal. per day.

The new pump station is located on Saddle Island on the shores of Lake Mead and required significant underground work, posing challenges and risks. see DRILLING page 28

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A grade separation project north of Los Angeles is calling for a different approach than many of the other Alameda Corridor-East Projects (ACE). Crews working on the Fairway Drive grade separation project, one of 19 separation projects in the San Gabriel Valley, will not only depress the roadway, but raise the railroad tracks, as well. “In the past, we mostly separated the roadway and tracks by depressing the roadway, said Charles Tsang, senior project manager of the San Gabriel see ACE page 44

Crews working on the Fairway Drive grade separation project, one of 19 separation projects in the San Gabriel Valley, will not only depress the roadway, but raise the railroad tracks, as well.


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2012 Cat TL1255C, Stk#: 11802, EROPS, A/C & 1999 Lull 1044C, Stk#: 11779, 10,000 lbs., 44 ft., Heat, 12,000 lbs., 55 ft., 3,909 hrs., ., 4WD, 60" 8,978 hrs., 48" Forks, 74" Frame, 14.00x24 Foam Forks, 74" Tilt Frame, Hyd. Self Leveling System, Filled Tires, 4 Cyl. Cummins Eng. ............$24,500 400/75R28 Tires, 4 Cyl. Cat Eng. ............$89,500

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2014 John Deere 650K LGP, Stk#: 11865, OROPS, 6 Way Blade, 2,810 hrs., 24" Pads, 9' 7" Wide ........................................................$79,500

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HETTINGER COMES OUT OF RETIREMENT, BUILDS NEW COMPANY

Some folks count the days until they’re able to retire, while others retire and then count the days until they can go back to work again. Mark Hettinger, co-owner of M&G Contractors of New Braunfels, Texas, fits firmly into the second category.

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Amidst the flashing neon lights, iconic landmarks and desert terrain are construction and development companies that work diligently to bring larger-than-life, Las Vegas-sized projects, well … to life.

On July 9, Central Power Systems & Services hosted an open house that offered opportunities to view and test equipment from manufacturers like Wacker Neuson, Doosan, Doosan Portable Power and Liebherr.

Epiroc, a productivity partner of the mining and infrastructure industries, has donated a COP 1238K rock drill to the Excavation Engineering and Earth Mechanics Institute (EMI) at the Colorado School of Mines.

Kirby-Smith Machinery Inc. (KSM) has been named a Triple Crown Award recipient by LBX Company (LBX). KSM is an authorized distributor of LBX’s Link-Belt excavators.

U.S. Sens. Jim Inhofe (R-Okla.) and John Boozman (R-Ark.), along with Govs. Kevin Stitt (R-Okla.) and Asa Hutchinson (R-Ark.), announced provisions for the future for modernizing the McClellan-Kerr Arkansas River Navigation System.

Houston-based Leslie Doggett Industries, through its Doggett Truck Group, has acquired privately-held Truck Enterprises Inc. and Great Dane Trailer distributor/dealer for El Paso, Laredo and McAllen/Pharr, Texas.

Hawthorne Cat, the exclusive Cat equipment dealer in San Diego, the Hawaiian Islands and the Pacific Region announced that Team Dozer raised more than $10,000 for the Boys & Girls Clubs of Greater San Diego.

The 2019 Isuzu PowerTrain Distributor Conference and Sales Awards were held June 11 at the Hyatt Regency in Lake Tahoe, Nev. The conference presented new product offerings, sales achievement awards and marketing support.

Komatsu can now support local government and public agencies who source contracts through Sourcewell (formerly the National Joint Powers Alliance) one of the largest governmental cooperative agencies in North America.

Items for sale included skid steers, backhoes, excavators, dozers, wheel loaders, paving equipment, recycling equipment and more from manufacturers including John Deere, Caterpillar, Kubota, Case, Ingersoll Rand, Terex and more.

Members of ARTBA are rolling out a comprehensive legislative blueprint with their vision for the future of the U.S. infrastructure network, with emphasis on expanded investments in the National Highway Freight Network.

Aumann Auctions, based in Nokomis, Ill., will be conducting an online-only auction from Aug. 20-22, 2019, to liquidate an extensive selection of antique equipment, vintage construction signs, implements and memorabilia.

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Hettinger Comes Out of Retirement, Builds New Company

Mark Hettinger (L) has found new life in Texas after selling his successful Wyoming pipeline company, Hettinger Welding (later Hettinger LLC). Hettinger said Chris May (R) and the entire Texas Vermeer-Louisiana team have been a huge asset for his new company, M&G Contractors.

Some folks count the days until they’re able to retire, while others retire and then count the days until they can go back to work again. Mark Hettinger, co-owner of M&G Contractors of New Braunfels, Texas, fits firmly into the second category. After selling a company that he founded in Gillette, Wyo., and grew to be one of the largest pipeline contractors in the west, Hettinger planned to do what most people would — retire and move south. He and his wife chose the San Antonio area as their retirement destination, but the retirement was short lived. “I just couldn’t do it,” Hettinger said. “I couldn’t stay home every day, and I didn’t want to play golf.” Boredom soon set in and he decided to start all over. Fast forward just a couple of years: Hettinger and partner Gary Harlow run an excavation and pipeline company that is a force to be reckoned with in the Austin and San Antonio markets. Hettinger has chosen to build his new company around the Vermeer brand, with help from Vermeer Texas-Louisiana, the local dealer for the trenching/drilling line. M&G has 40 employees and continues to grow. Time will tell whether M&G reaches the heights of Hettinger’s former company in Wyoming which had 1,000 employees and $200 million in annual revenues at its peak. The first year was tough, Hettinger recalls. “No one knew who we were. Even though we’d done $100 million projects in the Rockies, that didn’t carry much weight down here.”

Mark Hettinger (L) has found new life in Texas after selling his successful Wyoming pipeline company, Hettinger Welding (later Hettinger LLC). Hettinger said Chris May (R) and the entire Texas Vermeer-Louisiana team have been a huge asset for his new company, M&G Contractors.

Vermeer Partnership Hettinger credits his success in Wyoming in part to a strong partnership with one brand of equipment, and he is applying that formula with M&G. “The best piece of equipment you can buy is the worst piece of equipment you’ll ever

own if you don’t get the service,” said Hettinger, explaining his choice to drill with Vermeer products. “With Vermeer we get that service, and that’s why we buy Vermeer.” Vermeer Texas-Louisiana also offered solutions to the challenges Hettinger faced as

a startup. “We talked to the other guys too. We asked about finance options for new companies coming up. They said, ‘We don’t do that,’” he recalled. “Now they send a salesman around and I say ‘why would I want to see HETTINGER page 51

Vermeer Solution Saves Time, Money When the discovery of flint rock threatened a gas pipeline project outside of San Antonio, Texas, M&G Contractors turned to Vermeer’s D40x55DR S3 Navigator horizontal directional drill (HDD) to complete the job. “We were running a month past due,” recalled Mark Hettinger, M&G president. “The flint rock just under the surface was slowing us down and ripping up teeth on our Vermeer T855 trencher at a very expensive rate.” After the rock chewed up $3000 worth of teeth in about five minutes, the contractor looked at options. They had drilled other portions — primarily under huge oak trees — of the 4-mi. line with the Vermeer D60x90 directional drill, but the flint, nearly as hard as granite, created problems with steering for the machine. “Chris May of Vermeer Texas-Louisiana had been telling me that their new dual rod D40x55DR would perform well in this type of environment, so I asked him to bring one out,” Hettinger said. “The machine did exactly what he said it would do, so it will help get us back on schedule.” On one 500-ft. stretch through granite, Hettinger figured it would have taken eight days trenching and $20,000 worth of teeth. The D40x55DR drilled the distance in about 10 hours. “The D40x55DR features dual rod technology that uses an inner rod to provide torque to the drill bit, while the outer rod offers steering capability and rotational torque for reaming,” said May. “We’ve seen it perform well in a variety of conditions.” Although about 75 percent of the 4-mi. line was cut with the Vermeer T855, see ROCK page 51

Vermeer’s D40x55DR horizontal drill was the solution to hard flint rock in the Texas Hill Country.


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Hitachi Conquers Tough Terrain, Tight Spaces in Vegas By Caroline Schweitzer SPECIAL TO CEG

This article first appeared in Hitachi’s BREAKOUT magazine, Summer 2019 issue. Amidst the flashing neon lights, iconic landmarks and desert terrain are construction and development companies that work diligently to bring larger-than-life, Las Vegassized projects, well … to life. New-Com Inc. is one of those companies. As they tackle jobs in and around Las Vegas, they need equipment with the strength to break through tough terrain as well as the versatility to work in tight spaces. With the demands of this work, they can’t take gambles on their brand of choice. They trust Hitachi. “Hitachi is our machine of choice because of the hardpan material we have to dig through,” said Robert Crowell, general superintendent of New-Com. “Some machines get loose and sloppy in this hard material, but Hitachi definitely withstands the abuse.” New-Com has 340 employees and a 20-piece fleet of Hitachi equipment. Their oldest is a ZX330LC excavator with more than 11,000 hours. Their newest? A duo of ZX345USLC-6 excavators. “The 345 is like the little giant,” said John Fornfeist, operations manager of New-Com. “I really haven’t seen a machine that small with the ability to do so much. The 345 is my all-around universal machine that I can use on any job.” And a little giant is what you need while working in the tough Las Vegas terrain. With more than 56 years of experience working in the area, New-Com is no stranger to the challenging hard rock and caliche material machines must dig through every day. The dependability to perform in that environment is critical. “To me, its dependability is what sets it apart from the competitors,” said Mark Burdo, equipment manager of New-Com. “With the Hitachis, all you have to do is add fuel, change oil and grease the machine. They’re really dependable machines.” To Fornfeist, the ZX345USLC6 is a well-rounded, dynamic

“The 345 stood out. The track width is great. I could tell right away that the geometrics of the 345 make for a very stable machine. I also like the stick configuration and the mobility of it,” said John Fornfeist, operations manager of New-Com.

“Hitachi is our machine of choice because of the hardpan material we have to dig through,” said Robert Crowell, general superintendent of New-Com.

machine that he said makes a difference no matter the job site. “It’s definitely the scrappy running back of our equipment lineup,” Fornfeist said. “I can take it from the middle of a street project digging 20 feet deep and I can place it in tight spaces, like in between two vertical casino walls.” Hands-On Purchasing Approach Burdo and Fornfeist often team up and offer their experience when it comes to making an equipment purchase. “Fornfeist is on the production side of it, I’m on the maintenance side of it. So, between his opinions on the machine with his background of being an operator, and my experience as a mechanic, we make a pretty good team when we make our purchases,” Burdo said. In fact, Fornfeist won’t buy a piece of equipment he wouldn’t be happy to operate himself. “Before I buy a piece of equipment for the company, I like to get in it and run it myself,” Fornfeist said. “I can get in a machine and

tell if it’s got the right amount of power, or if I see a flaw, and compare it to the competition.” When Fornfeist hopped into the cab of the ZX345USLC-6, he felt a difference with the stability and power of the machine. “The 345 stood out. The track width is great. I could tell right away that the geometrics of the 345 make for a very stable machine. I also like the stick configuration and the mobility of it,” Fornfeist said. Another feature of the ZX345USLC-6 that caught the New-Com team’s eye — its threepump hydraulic system. “That third pump makes it not only fast for swing control and loading our trucks, but here in Las Vegas, there’s a lot of side pressure work that occurs when opening up an excavation. That third pump gives it so much power to get slopes opened up in hard material,” Fornfeist said. Another game changer for NewCom was the reduced-tail-swing design that still provided the muscle needed for dig reach and power.

The ZX345USLC-6 has a three-pump hydraulic system.

“The 345 can boom up literally all the way above the cab to where you can spin in very tight situations that we encounter all the time when we’re working down in the Las Vegas strip,” Fornfeist said. “With its size, I don’t need a million permits to get the machine across town. It doesn’t cost an arm and a leg to move it around.” Their hands-on purchasing is made easier with the help of their dealer, Coastline Equipment. “Our Hitachi dealer reps are definitely top notch,” said Crowell. “They present the latest specs and show us how the machines can outdo the competition. They keep us up and running.” Hitting the Jobsite Jackpot New-Com has had a hand in many projects that have shaped

Las Vegas, resulting in a snowball effect where one success leads to the next. And Fornfeist says NewCom’s culture has been a big driver in this success. “We are constantly growing and getting better at who we are as individuals, which makes the whole company image look very good. Everybody cares about what they do; they care about how they operate,” Fornfeist said. Building a company with good people and good equipment is New-Com’s winning strategy. “With our projects, it’s very important that we have not only the right people on site, but also that we have the right machinery,” Fornfeist said. “Hitachi is what we trust.” New-Com Inc. is serviced by Coastline Equipment, Las Vegas, Nev. 


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Cat Multi-Processors Feature Quick-Change Jaws, More

Three new Cat multi-processor models are heavy-duty, high-production tools that accept multiple interchangeable jaws for taking on a variety of specialized demolition tasks. (L-R) are the MP332, MP345, MP365.

Three Cat MP332, MP345, and MP365 multi-processor models are heavy-duty, high-production tools that accept multiple interchangeable jaws for taking The newer models, compared with previous models, can cycle 50 percent faster and generate up to 19 percent greater cutting/crushing forces, according to the manufacturer. An innovative locking system enables a single operator to typically change jaw types in 15 minutes or less, using only standard hand tools. An included stand securely and stably holds unused jaw sets. • Concrete Cutter: outer jaw cracks concrete, inner jaw shears steel

• Demolition: cracks thick concrete structures • Pulverizer: crushes concrete, separates rebar • Shear: cuts structural steel, pipe, cable • Tank Shear: cleanly cuts tanks or plate steel at right angle on three sides • Universal: cuts steel and crushes concrete Fast, Powerful, Efficient These multi-processor models are designed with “speed-booster” technology that automatically shifts hydraulic action between force (boost mode) and speed (speed mode) as operating conditions vary,

resulting in optimum efficiency and productivity. Under no-load conditions, the speed valve allows high hydraulic flow to rapidly open the jaw or close it to contact. At material contact, maximum cutting/crushing force is applied. Depending on the multi-processor model and jaw being used, forces range from approximately 460 to 1,270 tons. The design of the new models results in greater power when installed on small excavators, and the balanced design also keeps the center of gravity close to the host machine. As an added benefit, control programs for the tools are incorporated into the operator

displays of Cat Next Gen excavator models. To ensure long-term durability, jaws are protected with easily replaced wear parts. An armored cylinder rod and a protective structure for the main body of the cylinder ensure that this critical component is kept from harm even when the jaw is deep into debris. Most cutting blades can be flipped in two ways, allowing four cutting edges to be used before replacement is required. This design lowers operating costs and keeps service time to a minimum. For more information, visit www.cat.com. 


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Epiroc, a productivity partner of the mining and infrastructure industries, has donated a COP 1238K rock drill to the Excavation Engineering and Earth Mechanics Institute (EMI) at the Colorado School of Mines. The COP 1238K hydraulic rock drill for tunneling and drifting applications updates testing equipment at EMI, the largest independent rock drilling and excavation research facility in the world. Located in Golden, Colo., the Colorado School of Mines is known globally for its unique expertise in topics related to earth, energy and the environment. EMI was established in 1974 to enhance education and research in the field of excavation technology for mining and civil underground construction, and the Institute has become one of the world’s leading research facilities. Over its 45 years of existence, EMI has developed a suite of physical property tests, cutter and cutterhead evaluation procedures for performance prediction, project costing and design of mechanical rock excavation tools for all types of mechanical excavators in mining, civil underground construction and microtunneling. The developed test procedures and performance/cost prediction models have been validated with extensive field data from excavation and drilling projects around the world. The rock drill donation came about through collaboration between Shawn Cheney, Epiroc Business Line manager — Rock Drilling Tools, and Jamal Rostami, director of the Earth Mechanics Institute. A member of the EMI industrial advisory

board, Cheney facilitated the donation of the COP 1238K to replace EMI’s decades-old testing drill. The new test cell installation was completed in February 2019. “Epiroc has tremendous appreciation for and confidence in the work that EMI does,” Cheney said. “We recently partnered with EMI on a project related to the cutting technology on our Mobile Miner. We’re honored to donate equipment that will help EMI continue to serve as a valuable resource for the mining and civil underground construction industries.” Developed to maximize impact power while optimizing durability in underground applications, the COP 1238K is optimized at hole diameters from 2 to 3.5 in. and has a power rating of 12kW. It features a built-in reflex damper that contributes to improved drill steel economy and reduces wear on the rock drill, feed and boom. A powerful stepless variable and reversible rotation motor provides high torque and excellent speed control. In addition, a long, slender piston matched to the drill steel delivers optimal impact power without damaging the drill steel. “We greatly appreciate the generosity of Epiroc,” Rostami said. “The COP 1238K rock drill donation gives EMI the opportunity to perform full-scale testing using the latest in rock drilling technology. This test unit will drive research that contributes to more efficient and safer drilling operations in the industries we support.” For more information, visit emi.mines.edu and epiroc.us. 


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Skid Steer Mulching Heads Combine Power, Efficiency Prinoth is well known for its crawler carriers but also manufactures a wide range of mulching equipment. Through its vegetation management division, and as a cutting-edge company, where the latest developments and innovations in agriculture and forest management are the top priority, Prinoth continuously invests in developing high quality products including the introduction of its newest mulching head model, the M450s. Developed for a range of carrier vehicles from 80 to 150 hp and a volume flow between 26.4 to 52.8 gpm (100 to 200 Lpm), the M450s is a compact and powerful head for a diversity of mulching applications. With the feature “plug and mulch”, the M450s is ready for simple implementing on any skid steer loader make and model. Hydraulic hoses with standard fittings are included in the package and already delivered from factory. The M450s gets its enormous power from a 107 cc Rexroth hydraulic motor with high-pressure variable displacement. A new-cogged belt drive transfers it to the rotor. Bite Control System The rotor combines the BCS (bite control system) with two types of cutting tools. Whether steel knives- or carbide teeth, the BCS-Rotor is best balanced for less wear on bearings and high speed, meaning high productivity and perfect finishing. With the well-tried BCS-Rotor System and its cutting tools, the operator will not only get a professional working result, but also a pleasurable working experience, according to the manufacturer. Furthermore, it provides enhanced visibility to the ground

Prinoth Vegetation Management Formerly known as AHWI, Prinoth Vegetation Management is located in Herdwangen, Germany and constitutes the third and latest addition of Prinoth, which also manufactures snow groomers and tracked vehicles. With its robust mulching tracked carrier vehicles ranging from 200 to 640 hp and its high-performance mulching solutions, Prinoth Vegetation Management provides sustainable solutions for clearing and re-cultivating forest areas, clearing streets for power lines, and transforming unused scrubland into areas that can be used for agriculture or forest management. Machinery and mulchers are developed and produced at the Herdwangen site, which employs nearly 100 people. Prinoth is part of the HTI Group (High Technology Industries) with over 3,000 employees across the globe.  Developed for a range of carrier vehicles from 80 to 150 hp and a volume flow between 26.4 to 52.8 gpm (100 to 200 Lpm), the M450s is a compact and powerful head for a diversity of mulching applications.

for a good and safe line of site to the working area and the machine. The point of gravity is close to the carrier, therefore it is easier to handle and provides less tipping or roll over danger. For maximum safety, the M450s is equipped with anti-slippery stripes on the top of the housing and with two steps for a safe access to the carrier. Prinoth achieved an entirely new development, which enlarges its mulcher range for skid steer loaders and hydraulic driven carriers. The new M450s will first be launched in North America.


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Okla., Ark. Leaders: Future of MKARNS U.S. Sens. Jim Inhofe (R-Okla.) and working to give our state the tools to will continue to advocate for innovaJohn Boozman (R-Ark.), along with use federal freight funding and INFRA tive solutions that address our water Govs. Kevin Stitt (R-Okla.) and Asa grants to modernize MKARNS and infrastructure needs.” Hutchinson (R-Ark.), announced pro- expand its impact across our great “This is great news for Arkansas and visions in America’s Transportation state. This is a critical infrastructure the future of the McClellan-Kerr Infrastructure Act that outline the priority that will continue to grow Arkansas River Navigation System,” future for modernizing the McClellan- Oklahoma and expand opportunity for said Gov. Hutchinson. “The MKARNS Kerr Arkansas River Navigation economic diversity. I appreciate the is one of our state’s most valuable ecoSystem. These provisions will open up visionary leadership of Senator Inhofe nomic assets, and I appreciate the lead$250 million in non-highership of Senators Boozman way formula funding for and Inhofe for leading the Eric in SF photo Oklahoma to use for effort to include these imporMKARNS and will allow tant provisions in the Oklahoma and Arkansas to Highway Bill.” jointly apply for federal Inhofe and Boozman freight grants that will total authored an amendment that more than $5 billion in the was accepted during the five years following the committee mark-up that enactment of this legislation. would allow Oklahoma and “The future of MKARNS Arkansas to apply for federal is more than just deepening discretionary grant funding an existing waterway,” The Murray Lock and Dam is part of the McClellan-Kerr to modernize and deepen Inhofe said. “Providing new Arkansas River Navigation System. Recent legislation MKARNS. Additionally, funding opportunities to will open up $250 million in non-highway formula fund- Inhofe authored a provision deepen and modernize ing for Oklahoma to use for MKARNS and will allow in the legislation that will MKARNS will empower Oklahoma and Arkansas to jointly apply for federal allow states to use their fedfuture economic develop- freight grants that will total more than $5 billion in the eral freight formula funding ment and expand agriculture five years following the enactment of this legislation. on waterway projects if exports and oil and gas needed or desired, making it development in our state. I’m proud to and the collaborative efforts with our possible for federal resources to be have authored provisions that would neighboring state as we make signifi- used for modernizing and deepening bring the MKARNS into the next gen- cant progress on expanding MKARNS.” federal waterways, like MKARNS. eration and would allow the more effi“Expanding opportunities to fund Expanding the ability of states to cient movement of goods across all improvements to the MKARNS is a direct freight funding and apply discremodes of transportation by relieving key factor in leveraging its full eco- tionary grant funding does not dimincongestion and reducing wear and tear nomic potential,” Boozman said. “For ish the importance of federal resources on highways and bridges.” far too long, the MKARNS has been for highways and bridges. Rather, it “Oklahoma is home to the furthest operating under a critical backlog of substantially improves the movement inland warm-water port in the nation, much needed modernizations. Our of freight along recognized transportaand countless Oklahoma jobs, eco- changes will provide the MKARNS tion corridors more efficiently, relievnomic opportunities and agriculture with a number of new funding outlets ing congestion and wear and tear on exports are tied to the Port of Catoosa, that were not previously available to our nation’s highways, allowing federthe Port of Muskogee and the this important project. I appreciate al dollars to get more mileage. For MKARNS,” Gov. Stitt said. “Senator Senator Inhofe’s leadership and sup- each barge on the river, 62 semi-trucks Inhofe and Senator Boozman are port of our inland waterways, and I are off the roads. 

Hawthorne Cat Raises $10K for SD Clubs Hawthorne Cat, the exclusive Cat equipment dealer in San Diego, the Hawaiian Islands and the Pacific Region announced that Team Dozer raised more than $10,000 for the Boys & Girls Clubs of Greater San Diego during the 2019 SoCal Ragnar Relay. A team of 12 Hawthorne Cat employees participated in the SoCal Ragnar Relay Race on April 12-13, 2019. Together, Team Dozer completed the 200-mile relay race from Huntington Beach to San Diego, Calif., raising $10,270. The check was presented to the Boys & Girls Clubs of Greater San Diego on July 10, 2019, by Chris Giannaris, Hawthorne corporate marketing and strategy manager, and Kirk Fowkes, Hawthorne vice president of human resources. “All that running went a long way when Hawthorne Cat had the honor to present $10,270 to the Boys & Girls Clubs

of Greater San Diego,” said Giannaris. “Thank you to everyone who donated and participated in this year’s relay race. Your contributions will help provide scholarships and opportunities for the youth programs offered by the Boys & Girls Clubs of Greater San Diego.” For more than 75 years, the Boys & Girls Clubs of Greater San Diego has provided youth with a safe and nurturing environment through a wide variety of enrichment programs, activities, and services. Its mission is to inspire and enable youth to achieve academic success, build good character and responsible citizenship, and make healthy lifestyle choices. For more information on the Boys & Girls Clubs of Greater San Diego, visit https://www.sdyouth.org/. For more on Hawthorne Cat, visit https://www.hawthornecat.com/. 

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Komatsu Branches Now Members of Sourcewell’s Cooperative Program Komatsu can now support local government and public agencies who source contracts through Sourcewell (formerly the National Joint Powers Alliance) one of the largest governmental cooperative agencies in North America. Sourcewell is one of the largest governmental cooperative agencies in North America, representing more than 50,000 members, including government, education and nonprofit organizations. As a result of Komatsu’s national cooperative contract, individual east coast branches can immediately offer local Sourcewell members access to pre-approved pricing, construction equipment and related accessories, attachments and supplies. “Cooperative contracts through Sourcewell allow government entities to buy high-quality Following an extensive evaluation process, Komatsu America was awarded a national cooperative contract to provide Komatsu equipment at a competitive price,” said Sourcewell members with access to more than 50 different Ed Powers, divisional vice president. “With local products, as well as Komatsu’s technology, service and solubranch commitment to customer uptime, service tions. and parts availability, and Komatsu machines that set the standard for value, reliability and innovaSourcewell members will be supported by Komatsu’s expetion, these entities can be confident about finishing jobs fast rienced network of more than 200 locations across North and keeping ownership costs low.” America. Komatsu was awarded a contract to provide Sourcewell For more information about Komatsu’s contract with members with access to more than 50 different products, as Sourcewell, visit komatsu.ae-admin.com/sourcewell-coopwell as Komatsu’s technology, service and solutions. erative-purchasing. 

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way and public transportation investment. “Our report identifies a series of user-based options that could help achieve this goal and also includes meaningful policy reforms to help maximize the effectiveness of those additional resources.” Bauer said ARTBA is sharing its report with key members of Congress and the nation’s governors. Senate Environment & Public Works Committee leaders say they are planning to mark up their portion of a reauthorization bill by August 1. House leaders have not indicated when action will proceed in that chamber. The current FAST Act highway and public transit investment law expires Oct. 1, 2020. Among the report’s major recommendations: • Address federal investment shortfalls through user-fee based revenues. Options include an increase in the federal motor fuels tax, a one-time federal excise tax on electric vehicle batteries, and a user fee capturing value from freight movement. • Provide flexibility for states to make key project-level decisions.

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Project Calls for Drilling 34 Well Shafts www.roadmachinery.com Phoenix, AZ 480-545-2400 Phoenix, AZ 602-252-7121 Prescott, AZ 928-778-5621 Tucson, AZ 520-623-8681 Bakersfield, CA 661-695-4830 Hayward, CA 510-659-1903 Fresno, CA 559-834-3149 Mojave, CA 661-824-2319 Perris, CA 909-355-3600 Pico Rivera, CA 562-699-6767 Redding, CA 530-229-3820 Sacramento, CA 916-375-3540 Santa Rosa, CA 707-544-4147

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Approved by the Southern Nevada Water Authority (SNWA) Board of Directors in May 2015, the $650 million project was awarded to Barnard of Nevada in September 2015, with completion expected in 2020. DRILLING from page 1

“The fact that our low lake level pumping station includes an underwater canyon posed inherent risk with underground construction,” Moonin said. “Another element are the deep-set submerged pumps. These are some of the largest in flow, capacity and total lift in the world. These pumps, because they are unique, called for a lot of work up front. It required extensive testing, before we agreed to purchase the pump. “One of the unique things with these pumps is the manufacturer required tight tolerance on the plumbness of the well shaft. They needed to be vertical. One of the designs from the manufacturer relies on the flow of the water around the motor for cooling before it goes into the pump. Some of the pumps are 25 feet in total length. The shaft and the drilled well shafts are 500 to 530 feet in depth. Getting very straight well shafts is very difficult at that depth.” Equipment at the worksite included a specially built blind bore drilling rig for drilling the well shafts. Each shaft required three passes. A directionally guided drill bit was used to create the first hole which served as a pilot hole. It was then reamed out with larger bits until it was 91 in. in diameter. The project is currently on schedule and under budget, said Bronson Mack, spokesman of SNWA. Its completion will no doubt be a significant achievement for southern Nevada and beyond. “The southern Nevada Valley is

home to 2.2 million people, which represents about 73 percent of the state’s population. This valley is responsible for about 75 percent of Nevada’s eco-

nomic output. Ensuring a reliable water supply and access to water supply is paramount not just to the local economy but the state economy.”  CEG

By the Numbers Pumping Station • Surface facility — elevation 1261 ft. • Lowest lake water level pumping capability: elevation 870 ft. • Flowrate of 900 million gal. per day (mgd) (600 to AMSWTF, 300 to RMWTF), expandable to 1,200 mgd • 34 6-ft.-diameter well shafts, 505 ft. deep, in two rows of 17 each, blind bore method (North American Drillers major subcontractor) • Surface building for electrical and controls Access Shaft • 26 ft. diameter, 528 ft. deep (from elevation 1261 ft. to elevation 733 ft.) Underground Forebay • 377 ft. long, 33 ft. wide, 36 ft. height Pumps • Number of pumps — 22 low lift, 12 high lift • Pump design flow — each 20,835 gpm, or 30 mgd constant speed • Pump design head – 435 ft. • Pump brake HP – 3,050 • Pump setting — approximately 870 ft. elevation Discharge Aqueducts • Two 12-ft. diameter aqueducts totaling approximately 6,500 linear ft. of 144-in. diameter pipe • Two isolation valves/vaults on large diameter aqueduct (valves and fittings procured by SNWA) • One blow off structure on large diameter aqueduct • Two air relief valves on large diameter aqueduct

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WAUKESHA-PEARCE INDUSTRIES, INC. www.wpi.com 12320 S. Main Street Houston, TX 77035 713-723-1050 Buffalo, TX 903-322-7150 Corpus Christi, TX 361-884-8275 Edinburg, TX 956-386-0107 Kilgore, TX 903-984-2011 Pflugerville, TX 512-251-0013 Port Arthur, TX 409-721-5305 San Antonio, TX 210-648-4444 Tomball, TX 281-351-9016

KIRBY-SMITH MACHINERY INC. www.kirby-smith.com 6715 W Reno Avenue Oklahoma City, OK 73137 405-495-7820 McAlester, OK 918-310-1550 Tulsa, OK 918-438-1700 Abilene, TX 325-692-6334 Amarillo, TX 806-373-2826 Dallas, TX 214-371-7777 Ft. Worth, TX 817-378-0600 Lubbock, TX 806-745-2112 Odessa, TX 432-333-7000

KOMATSU SOUTHWEST www.komatsusw.com 6101 Pan American W Freeway NE Albuquerque, NM 87109 505-345-8383 4520 National Park Hwy Carlsbad, NM 88220 575-628-8301 901 Troy King Road Farmington, NM 87401 505-324-8601

OUR CUSTO OMER DEMANDS S BETTER QU UALITY AND PERFFORMANCE. The WA A600-8 is a top op performer in quarries acrosss North America. The powerful Komatsu engine, enhancedd torque converter and Smart Loader Logic allow the WA6000-8 to achieve low fuel consumption and high travel speeds. eds. A newly designed easy fill 9.2 cubic yard bucket retains material aterial better and provides better visibility, which contributes to significant improvements in machine efficiency and productivity vity.

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

Cisco Equipment 1706 S. 1st Street 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 Street San Angelo, TX 76903 800-496-0271 www.cisco-equipment.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

Triad Machinery 1601 E. Bay Street Tacoma, WA 98421 253-722-5600 910 N. Thierman Road Spokane Valley, WA 99202 509-534-1900 1210 Dale Lane Mt. Vernon, WA 98274 360-488-3948 4440 SW Airport Road Prineville, OR 97754 888-662-2940

Nueces Power Equipment 7667 N Sam Houston Parkway Humble, TX 77396 713-247-0066 www.nuecespower.com

91251 Coburg Industrial Way Coburg, OR 97408 541-342-7700 18200 NE Riverside Parkway Portland, OR 97230 800-221-8512 www.triadmachinery.com


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‘Street Outlaws’ Attend Central Power Open House

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n July 9, Central Power Systems & Services hosted an open house for customers at its branch in Salina, Kan., that offered opportunities to view and test equipment from manufacturers like Wacker Neuson, Doosan, Doosan Portable Power and Liebherr. (Some lines are only carried by specific Central Power locations.) In addition to the available iron and power systems on display was the1968 Firebird owned by Central Power chairman/CEO Robin Roberts, along with several other hot rods. While the Firebird looked ready to take on any challenger, there were no impromptu drag races despite an appearance by Jerry “Monza” Johnston and Joe “Dominator” Woods of the Discovery Channel show Street Outlaws. Central Power Systems & Services has been serving the commercial equipment needs of the lower Midwest region with top quality on-highway, industrial and power generation products and services since 1954. Central Power has 15 convenient locations and is the authorized distributor of Allison Transmissions, Detroit Diesel, MTU and Customers had a chance to look over Mercedes engines in Kansas, Oklahoma, Missouri and and operate this Doosan DL280 wheel Nevada.  CEG loader.

Looking over this Wacker Neuson ST31 tracked skid steer (L-R) are KDOT’s David Krieger, Stewart Graves and Derrick Rectenwald.

Management and sales staff were joined by some of the TV cast from Street Outlaws. (L-R): Andy Hippler, general manager on-highway sales, Central Power; Ray Hodson, sales – construction division, Central Power; Justin Karleski, construction sales, Central Power; Robin Roberts, chairman/CEO, Central Power; Jerry “Monza” Johnston of Street Outlaws; Allen Bruflodt, general services manager, Central Power; Wayne Morgan, branch manager of Salina, Kan., Central Power; and Joe “Dominator” Woods of Street Outlaws.

Central Power displayed Wacker Neuson skid steers and telehandlers at its Salina, Kan., open house.

Central Power had the Wacker Neuson EZ28VDS mini-excavator on display, which is equipped with a vertical digging system that is great for digging on slopes.

Next to the Wacker Neuson TH627 ground engaging telehandler (L-R) are Kevin Butts, district manager of Wacker Neuson; Devin Koehn of Central Power; Shane Komarek of Salina Trailer Service; Randy Eubank, ASR of Wacker Neuson; and Ron Tucker of Gary Johnson Trucking.

Customers got to see this 1968 Firebird owned by Central Power chairman/CEO Robin Roberts.


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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.

Tackling Unusual Jobs With MB’s ‘Call & Reserve’ Service Unusual times call for unusual measures. Using the new Call & Resolve service, MB Crusher makes available to construction companies all of its invaluable know-how and experience in the field, providing solutions for their next projects, be they complex, temporary, unusual or exceptional, so that they can make use of the proper machinery. What is this new service about? MB Crusher's Production Manager Diego Azzolin, who together with his brothers represents the company’s entrepreneurial and revolutionary spirit, provides an explanation: “The service is geared to all sectors, from construction to demolition work, road excavation, earthmoving, remediation jobs, trenching, quarries and environmental clean-ups. “People who need support call us and we make available our long-standing experience, along with the expertise of our technicians. Of course, we already had an established consulting department dedicated to professionals, helping them choose the right machinery for their specific work sites, and ensuring cost savings. We’ve now broadened this department, allowing us to provide just-in-time responses, even for the industry’s most bizarre requests.” Precisely because of the many issues it has resolved over the years, MB Crusher understood that its equipment can offer effective solutions even in areas that are seemingly uncommon, whether specific job sites or applications that can be defined as “unusual.”

German company Kübler used an MB-L160 crusher bucket on site to smash a large quantity of waste material from a prior demolition job.

One such case regards the German company Kübler, specializing in the agricultural and metallurgical sectors. Their construction site had a large quantity of waste material from a prior demolition job, along with the remains of granite blocks used for the construction of grave stones. Material that wasn’t being used. They opted to make use of an MB-L160 crusher bucket, smashing the material right there on the spot to obtain a dual benefit: earnings from the resale of the material and a diversified business application. A company in the United States, on the

A Cat 320D with MB-S18 tackles environmental remediation in Argentina.

other hand, was looking to dismantle and dispose of radioactive concrete pillars. They used two BF90.3 crusher buckets mounted onto Caterpillar excavators, safely and quietly crushing the material directly on site. The goal was to limit dust emission: they succeeded by installing an MB dust suppression kit onto the crusher buckets. Another extraordinary case was that of a Latin American company that treats hazardous waste derived from soil drilling: the goal there was to separate the aqueous and solid portions in the presence of oil. They used an MB-S18 screening bucket

In Mexico, a Caterpillar 320 with an MB-R800 worked in a quarry.

on their Caterpillar excavator to separate the materials and then reuse them to produce new drilling mud. Perfectly to the benefit of the worksite's profitability. In France too, the use of an MB-LS170 screening bucket allowed for the sorting of ferrous waste from an incinerator, separating it from ash and reusing it in automotive industry processes. The MB screening bucket was applied directly to the operated machinery, without additional energy or fuel consumption, in an eco-friendly solution. And then in Mexico, in a plaster quarry. Instead of using costly and inaccurate explosives, a company made use of MB crusher drum cutters to reduce the material into tiny stones, just a few millimetres in diameter, avoiding large quantities of dust. In conclusion, in Italy, in Trentino Alto Adige in late 2018 a strong storm swept away hectares and acres of woodland. To move and arrange the tree trunks, a company used an MB-G900 sorting grapple mounted onto a Hyundai 210: an agile, highly responsive and precise tool that proved to be excellent due to its manoeuvrability. There are many more stories from customers who resolved unusual jobs due to MB’s products. With “Call & Resolve,” MB Crusher takes an important step in reaching out to operators in all sectors, offering its knowhow to those who want to turn difficult situations into business opportunities. 

An MB-G900 is attached to a New Holland MH36 for a wood environmental remediation project.


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Kleemann Screening Plants Receive Award for Well-Thought-Out Design WAGNER EQUIPMENT CO. www.wagnerequipment.com g 18000 Smith hR Rd. d • Aurora, CO 80011 303-739-3000 Burlington, CO 719-346-7880 Colorado l d 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

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The clearly arranged design of the mobile jaw crusher MOBICAT MC 120 Z PRO impressed the jury members. The plant can be accessed easily from all sides and can be transported in one piece.

At the start of 2019, Kleemann was awarded two international design prizes: the iF DESIGN AWARD and the GOOD DESIGN Award for the jaw crusher MOBICAT MC 120 Z PRO and the screening plants of the EVO line. The iF DESIGN AWARD is one of the most important design awards in the world and has been regarded for 66 years as an internationally recognized label for first-class design. The jury consisted of 60 independent experts from more than 20 countries. The award winners were selected in February based on the criterion innovation, functionality, responsibility The EVO screens meet the highest safety and ergonomic requirements. An and positioning. In 2019, the award environmentally friendly drive via an external power supply is available winners also include the jaw crusher as an option. MOBICAT MC 120 Z PRO as well as through the menu step by step. Operating errors are thus four mobile EVO screening plants from Kleemann. The GOOD DESIGN Award presented in January is an avoided and productivity is increased. The well-arranged design of the machine follows the industrial design program organized once a year by the Chicago Athenaeum Museum for Architecture and Design in course of the material flow and permits easy access from all co-operation with the European Centre for Architecture, Art sides. Despite its size with a maximum weight of 91.5 tons Design and Urban Studies. Industrial products characterized (83 t), the plant can be transported in one piece. by a particularly innovative and well-conceived design are EVO Screening Plants: Safe and Ergonomic nominated. The Kleemann plants also convinced this jury. The new MOBISCREEN EVO plant line MS 702/703 and MS 952/953 is characterized by its high output, high MOBICAT MC 120 Z PRO: Clearly Arranged flexibility, excellent transportation properties and short setDesign Despite Its Size The mobile jaw crusher MC 120 Z PRO is characterized up times. Its intelligent operator panel makes intuitive and by its uncompromising and robust design. It crushes stone at simple operation possible. The simplified screen change a rate of up to 716.5 tons (650 t) per hour with a maximum meets the highest safety and ergonomic requirements. An grain size of 43 by 27.5 in. (1,100 by 700 mm). The plant has environmentally friendly drive via an external power supply a powerful and efficient diesel-electric drive. The crusher, is available as an option. The design visualizes the functionconveyor belts, screens and chutes are driven electrically. For ality in a clearly structured appearance. “The challenge is to adapt the machine to human requireeven more environmentally sound operation, an external ments and not vice versa. We are very pleased that we sucpower supply is possible as an option. The plant is controlled at a 12-in. (30.5 cm) touch panel by ceeded in doing this with the MOBICAT jaw crusher and the means of the SPECTIVE control concept. This permits, for EVO screening plants,” said Volker Nilles, managing direcexample, the adaptation of the crushing gap to a new appli- tor of Kleemann GmbH. For more information, visit www.kleemann.info. cation with only a few commands. The operator is guided

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Telsmith, Pacific Rock & Recycle Equipment Partner in PNW Telsmith Inc., a manufacturer of mineral processing equipment, announced Pacific Rock and Recycle Equipment Company as a manufactures’ representative for the entire product line of aggregate and mining process equipment. Pacific Rock and Recycle will serve customers in Washington, Oregon and northern Idaho. “As part of our effort to increase our Northwestern U.S. market presence, we are excited to begin our relationship with Pacific Rock & Recycle,” said Jeff Gray, VP sales and marketing of Telsmith Inc. “Their combined years of experience in the states they serve will be a great asset in growing our market penetration.” Over the past 25 years, Pacific Rock & Recycle has developed great relationships with top tier equipment manufacturers like ALLU Transformers, McCloskey International, Scarab International, Badger Shredding Products and Hawker Airlift Separators. Its customers are associated with many different fields of occupation including: sand and gravel operations, rock quarries, mines, compost and organics recycling, remedial materials processing facilities, recycling and landfill operations, land clearing and site contractors, bark and topsoil pro-

Dave Noggle (L), regional sales manager of Telsmith, and Tom Walter, president, Pacific Rock & Recycle.

duction, landscape contractors, golf courses and agriculturalists. “We are very excited to have the opportunity to develop this new relationship with Telsmith,” said Tom Walter, president of

Pacific Rock & Recycle Equipment Company. “Telsmith has always had an outstanding reputation of being an industry leader in the fields of crushing and screening but with the development of their new

Hydra-Jaw series crushers and Titan cone crushers, they have managed to raise the bar even higher.” For more information, visit www.telsmith.com. 


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Screenpod Dust Cannon S-Series • Designed for effective dust control – The Screenpod Dust Cannon’s help minimize dust, reduce health risks & improve air quality. • Ideal for outdoor use – all round dust suppression for steel plants, crushing & recycling, mining, bulk handling and demolition. • Droplet size between 10-150 microns. • Automatic swing operation to disperse mist over a large area. Screenpod Airvac Range • Suitable for removal of plastic or lights contamination from Compost, Bark, skip waste rejects and recycled aggregates. • Custom made versions to adapt over any conveyor or screen box. • On-board electrical control panel.

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ALLU Transformer M 3-20 Processes Clay for Minerals Co. A U.S.-based minerals company recently began using an ALLU Transformer M 3-20 material processing attachment in its Middleton, Tenn., montmorillonite clay mine. The company purchased the mineduty M-Series screener-crusher attachment from ALLU to use with its Hitachi 650 excavator in order to crush mined clay down to 4in.-minus and simultaneously load haul trucks. The ALLU Transformer is allowing the facility to mine land it could not previously mine, as well as process clay from boulders. The ultimate goal is to eliminate the primary crusher in the plant. The processed material is used for production of cat litter and absorbent clay for oils. According to ALLU territory manager Steve Fowler, “The customer is enjoying the advantages of reduced downtime with their crusher at the plant and lower overall operating costs. They’re able to go back and process material that previously was considered unusable, and also mine areas they had passed over, saving them from having to buy and strip additional land. The ALLU Transformer allows them to crush, screen and load as a one-person operation.” The ALLU Transformer M-Series attachment is a multi-faceted tool for mining and process industries applications. Powered by

The mine-duty M-Series screener-crusher attachment from ALLU is used with a Hitachi 650 excavator in order to crush mined clay down to 4-in.-minus and simultaneously load haul trucks.

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wet/sticky or frozen material. By sizing material and removing problematic and damaging waste rock at the initial stage of the process, the ALLU M-Series eliminates double handling of material and contributes to an operation’s maximum efficiency. It

helps protect conveyor systems and primary/secondary material processing equipment, as it ultimately saves operations time and money. For more information, visit www.allu.net. 


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

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ACE Project Seeks to Improve Public Safety, Keep Freight Traffic Moving Valley Council of Governments. For Fairway Drive and the Fullerton Road project, we’re doing a combination because of constraints on the roadway. In the past, you leave one alone and focus on the other part. Doing the combination drives construction costs up.” The $1.697 billion ACE Project is intended to mitigate vehicle delays and collisions at rail-roadway crossings resulting from growing freight rail traffic in the San Gabriel Valley. The ACE Trade Corridor rail mainlines through Southern California carry 16 percent of all oceangoing containers in the United States, according to the project website (www.theaceproject.org). Along with grade separation on 19 crossings — resulting in the elimination of 23 atgrade crossings — the project also includes safety and mobility upgrades at 53 crossings. There are currently three grade separation projects under construction with another two grade separations in the design phase. Fourteen of the 19 projects are completed. The SGVCOG plans to roll out another three next year with the entire program scheduled to be completed in three to four years. That’s if, Tsang said, “we don’t identify new grade separation candidates.” The $186.9 million Fairway project is expected to reduce traffic congestion by an estimated 27.6 vehicle-hours delay each day at the crossing, which sees 24,800 vehicles per day. It is traveled by 49 trains per day, a number

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expected to increase to 91 per day by 2025. The projects generally begin with the relocation of the underground utilities, a massive operation in itself, Tsang said. “A lot of times we do an open cut,” he said. “It’s pretty simple, they come in and use an excavator and backhoe, dig up the trench and expose the utility line to remove it. That’s a lot of interruption of traffic, especially if the utility is running across the street. To prevent that, we use an alternative method we call less disturbance. Basically, on both sides, you dig up a pit about 20 to

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30 feet deep. Then you drop in a boring machine and fish the casing in. On the other end at the receiving pit, you also dig a deep hole and workers are working from both ends while traffic is still on top. You do everything behind the scenes.” In an effort to minimize impacts to the community, the work is often done at night. Once the utilities are moved, they build the retaining walls, Meanwhile, work is taking place to build the railroad bridge. When the Fairway project is completed, the tracks will run about 12 ft. above the roadway for about 1.4 mi. The road will be depressed about 15 ft. or so. The cost of the project is about $20 million more than originally estimated. Part of the increase was related to what Tsang described as a “hiccup.” “Right after we started some stakeholders and property owners changed their minds and said I want something different. That means the project we originally bid out we had to make some changes to the plan.” But cost increases also can be attributed to labor and minimum wage laws, as well as increased gas taxes. “A lot of heavy equipment sucks up gasoline like crazy,” Tsang said. “Operating various equipment such as excavators, road scrapers, trucks and backhoes, the gas costs rack up pretty high. The gas trucks come in twice a day just to refuel all the equipment. It’s like a military operation.”  CEG

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LBX Names Kirby-Smith as Triple Crown Award Winner Kirby-Smith Machinery Inc. (KSM) has been named a Triple Crown Award recipient by LBX Company (LBX). KSM is the authorized distributor of LBX’s Link-Belt excavators in Kansas and western Missouri, offering sales, parts, service and rentals for the equipment line. Since 2014, the LBX Triple Crown Dealer Award recognizes Link-Belt Excavator dealers who demonstrate a well-rounded, “customers first” approach to building market share within their territory and delivering exceptional customer support. The three primary performance measures for the award are: sales performance, parts performance and customer support excellence. The award is presented to the top five dealers within two industry size classes: (1) below 899 units and (2) above 900 units, with KSM placing in the under 899 units category. “This is our most prestigious award,” said Adam Craft, regional manager of LBX. “Kirby-Smith

ended 2018 with over 10 percent market share, worked to certify their technicians to ensure LBX standards for warranty campaigns and had the best parts sales in the territory we have seen in some time. We are excited to present them with the Triple Crown Dealer Award as it is very well-deserved.” “As a proud member of the LBX family, we are honored to be a recipient of this award,” said Tim Yauilla, Kansas City sales & operations manager. “To be named a top-five dealer, just one year after opening our doors, says a lot about the quality of our team here, as well as LBX’s support and commitment to ensure we launched successfully.” Kirby-Smith Machinery Inc. was established in 1983 has more than 10 branch locations in Oklahoma, north Texas, west Texas, Kansas and Missouri. For more information about Kirby-Smith Machinery, call 888/861-0219 or visit kirbysmith.com. 

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Doggett Adds Western Star, Great Dane Dealerships

Houston-based Leslie Doggett Industries, through its Doggett Truck Group, has acquired privately-held Truck Enterprises Inc. and Great Dane Trailer distributor/dealer for El Paso, Laredo and McAllen/Pharr, Texas, with territory stretching to Las Cruces, N.M. Truck Enterprises was founded in 1980 and is an authorized Western Star, Detroit Diesel and extreme heavy-duty trailer dealer located in El Paso, Texas, and Carlsbad, N.M. As a result of the acquisition, Doggett now has a third location in El Paso and adds Carlsbad. Doggett will operate these dealerships under the name Truck Enterprises Inc. “Doggett will roll out our independent used truck and trailer model through this acquisition, which will complement and build on the celebrated history of Truck Enterprises, created and nurtured by founders Lanny and Linda Golucke,” said William Doggett, general counsel of Doggett. “Lanny [Golucke] will remain on as the leader of Truck Enterprises.” “Doggett is pleased to expand our footprint to serve more customers in El Paso and to enter the Carlsbad market,” said Paul Burk, senior vice president of Doggett

Truck Group. “We are eager to implement the same initiatives and processes that have made Doggett successful and have been the foundation of our dynamic growth in other markets.” Doggett’s aspirations are to grow the El Paso stores similarly to the growth experienced at Doggett’s Little Rock, Ark., Freightliner dealership. Doggett acquired all the Freightliner dealerships in Arkansas only 14 months ago. In addition, Doggett’s Ford dealership in Houston is one of the

fastest growing dealerships among more than 3,000 Ford dealerships in the United States and is the fastest growing dealership in Houston. Doggett plans to grow Truck Enterprises in the same manner. Western Star is a division of Freightliner, which is the North American brand for the world’s largest truck maker, Daimler Benz Trucks. Freightliner is North America’s largest highway (18wheeler) and vocational truck manufacturer with market share

often exceeding 40 percent — almost three times the next closest competitor, according to the manufacturer. The acquisition of Great Dane Trailer follows Doggett’s recent acquisition of Truck Enterprises and the Freightliner dealerships throughout the state of Arkansas last year. The addition of Great Dane complements Doggett’s existing Freightliner and Western Star dealerships in El Paso, Laredo and McAllen/Pharr as they will now

sell and service flatbeds, dry freight and refrigerated vans with their over-the-road truck offerings. Great Dane’s history dates back to 1900, having established itself as the transportation solutions leader of today — delivering innovative products and exceptional services that help its trucking customers and employees succeed. Great Dane manufactured 49,000 trailers in 2018. Great Dane’s headquarters is in Savannah, Ga., with manufacturing plants throughout North America. “The addition of Great Dane products to Doggett’s world-class lineup allows Doggett to further partner with trucking companies and truck dealers on a measurable and meaningful basis,” said Burk. “We are very proud to be partners with Great Dane and expect to have extraordinary growth with their products just as we have had extraordinary growth in our truck [Freightliner], tractor [John Deere], forklift [Toyota], crane [Link-Belt] and auto businesses [Ford].” Doggett purchased Great Dane from El Paso’s legendary trucking magnate and International Truck dealer, Royal Jones. For more information, visit doggett.com. 


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Demos, Giveaways, Cash Prizes, Food & Entertainment Wacker Neuson Skid Steers Provided for Competition with Your Choice of Hand or Foot Controls. Location: Knoxville Store Address: 10327 Cogdill Road, Knoxville, TN Date: Thursday, September 12, 2019 Time: 11:00 AM to 6:00 PM Registration will be open soon! Come out and enjoy some free food and have some fun with Franklin Equipment. For more information on this Skid Steer Rodeo event, call 844/401-RENT. OROFINO LUMBERJACK DAYS Dates: September 12 to 15, 2019 Place: Orofino, ID Description: Our 2019 theme is “Boots, Jeans and Clearwater Dreams.” The Lumberjack Show was started with the idea of furthering our lumbering industry and way of life, along with that of farming. This was going to be carried out by contests that showed the arts and skills of the logger, especially those skills that were dying out due to mechanization. Melvin Snook engineered Lumberjack Day by setting up skills of chopping, bucking and using the peavey, axe and brawn. For more information on this event, contact: Orofino Celebrations, Inc., P. O. Box 543, Orofino, ID 83544. Telephone: 1-208/476-3412; Email: info@orofinolumberjackday.com 2019 HCEA INTERNATIONAL CONVENTION AND OLD EQUIPMENT EXPO Date: September 13, 2019 to September 15, 2019 Place: National Construction Equipment Museum 16623 Liberty Hi Road, Bowling Green, Ohio 43402 Featuring machinery built or powered by International Harvester! The Historical Construction Equipment Association (HCEA) is a non-profit organization dedicated to preserving for public education the history of the construction, dredging and surface mining equipment industries. For more information on this event, contact HCEA: Phone: 419/3525616, Fax: 419/352-6086. NTEA TRUCK PRODUCT CONFERENCE Dates: September 17 – 18, 2019 Place: Suburban Collection Showplace Novi, Michigan About NTEA: Established in 1964, NTEA – The Association for the Work Truck Industry, represents more than 2,100 companies that manufacture, distribute, install, sell and repair commercial trucks, truck bodies, truck equipment, trailers and accessories. Buyers of work trucks and the major commercial truck chassis manufacturers also belong to NTEA. No industry trade association rivals NTEA’s knowledge of work trucks or offers a more comprehensive slate of products, services, tools and resources to help businesses expand and thrive. Description of TRUCK PRODUCT CONFERENCE: Twelve chassis OEMs will be represented at NTEA’s 2019 Truck Product Conference, scheduled September 17 – 18, 2019 at Suburban Collection Showplace in Novi, Michigan. This conference has provided exposure to upcoming vehicles since the late 1960s. It’s the industry’s chance to engage engineering experts on important up-fitter conversions. Sign up now! NTEA members receive discount pricing on event registration and a variety of other benefits. Contact member services (info@ntea.com or Phone: 800/441-6832) to learn more. FARM SCIENCE REVIEW Date: September 17, 2019 to September 19, 2019 Place: Molly Caren Agricultural Center 135 SR 38 NE, London, Ohio 43140 2019 Features at a Glance: This is the 57th Farm Science Review, the 37th at the Molly Caren Agricultural Center. Hundreds of demonstration plots and several million dollars of machinery. Thirtieth year of inductions into the Farm Science Review Hall of Fame. Ohio Farmer Conservation Awards. OSU Central, featuring demonstrations and displays from OSU colleges and departments. Lots of farm safety, home safety and health information. Comprehensive field demonstrations each day of the show. We expect to completely fill the commercial exhibit area this year, with over 641 exhibitors from all over North America in the Central Exhibit Area. For more information on this event, contact College of Food, Agricultural and Environmental Sciences, Farm Science Review, 135 State Route 38 NE, London, OH 43140, Phone: 614/292-4278, Email: fsrinfo@osu.edu. WACKER NEUSON SKID STEER RODEO PRESENTED BY FRANKLIN EQUIPMENT Franklin Equipment’s Skid Steer Rodeo is coming to our Nashville market for the 1st time! Join us for an exciting day of competition on THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 26th from 11:00 AM to 6:00 PM. Featuring Wacker Neuson ST31 Compact Track Loaders, you can sign up to compete and win cash prizes. Demos, Giveaways, Cash Prizes, Food & Entertainment Wacker Neuson Skid Steers Provided for Competition with Your Choice of Hand or Foot Controls. Location: Nashville, TN Address: TBD Date: Thursday, September 26, 2019 Time: 11:00 AM to 6:00 PM Registration will be open soon! Come out and enjoy some free food and have some fun with Franklin Equipment. For more information on this Skid Steer Rodeo event, call 844/401-RENT. AMERICAN LOGGERS COUNCIL 25TH ANNUAL MEETING Date: September 26, 2019 to September 28, 2019 Place: Perdido Beach Resort Orange Beach, Alabama For more information, Telephone: 409/625-0206; Fax: 409/625-0207. ASSOCIATED GENERAL CONTRACTORS (AGC) LEADERSHIP IN CONSTRUCTION WORKSHOP Dates: Wed, October 2, 2019 to Fri, October 4, 2019 Place: Arlington, Virginia Training/Professional Development For more information, contact AGC. Telephone: 703/548-3118. Fax: 703/548-3119. Email: info@agc.org.


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WANTED (ME): CATERPILLAR 325C LC EXCAVATOR - USED SHEAR APPROX. 14" CUT TO MATCH MY EXCAVATOR, GOOD CONDITION. EMAIL: BILLD@TDICENZO.COM PHONE: 207-214-9610 –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– WANTED (US): ALL MODELS CASE BACKHOE LOADERS - I’M LOOKING FOR THE TACH PART THAT PRESSES INTO THE BLOCK OF A 207D NON TURBO FOR A 580 D CASE. EMAIL: JIMMYGEE@MTAONLINE.NET –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– WANTED (IN LA): CASE 450B # R39391 AIR CLEANER ASSEMBLY EMAIL: KNIGHTFLOORINGINC@GMAIL.COM; PHONE: 985-226-1939 –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– WANTED (WORLDWIDE): ALL MODELS CATERPILLAR EXCAVATORS. URGENTLY LOOKING FOR SUPER LONG REACH EXCAVATOR 36M REACH AT 16 M DEPTH WITH 5 TON ROCK CARRYING CAPACITY - 2 NOS. EMAIL: BABURAO.SATARDEKAR@AFCONS.COM; PHONE: 009-1-757-482-7386 –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– WANTED (WORLDWIDE): ALL MODELS BOBCAT EXCAVATORS. EMAIL: EHAUBEN135@GMAIL.COM –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– WANTED (NY): JOHN DEERE 350G EXCAVATORS. H&R CONSTRUCTION PARTS IS LOOKING FOR A 350G. WE BUY HIGH HOUR MACHINES,WRECKED MACHINES AND BURNED MACHINES. EMAIL: GKUTER@HRPARTS.COM; PHONE: 716-218-4946 –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– WANTED (MS): CASE 580L II BACKHOE LOADERS. NEED ENGINE HOOD DUE TO A STUMP. EMAIL: DENNIE1944@ATT.NET; PHONE: 228-533-7948 –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– WANTED (TX): GROVE A40NE AERIAL LIFT EMAIL: PWAYNE487@GMAIL.COM; PHONE: 432-803-7623 –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– WANTED: CATERPILLAR 140G MOTOR GRADER AND 966F II WHEEL LOADER EMAIL: ILYAS.MTCPK@GMAIL.COM; PHONE: +92346-265-3742 –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– WANTED (US): ALL MODELS SCHWING CONCRETE MIXER/PUMP TRUCKS. ALL BRANDS, MODELS AND AGES. BOOM PUMPS TRUCKS, TRAILER/CITY/ & PARTS PUMPS PURCHASED. EMAIL: BBENEDETTO@COMCAST.NET –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– WANTED: HITACHI EXCAVATORS. WE ARE LOOKING TO BUY HITACHI EXCAVATORS EX200, EX270LC, EX400, EX400LC. PLEASE CONTACT US IF ANY MACHINE AVAILABLE. EMAIL: HIDAYATMASOOD@GMAIL.COM ––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––

WANTED: CATERPILLAR WHEEL LOADERS. WE ARE LOOKING TO BUY CAT WHEEL LOADERS 950B, 950E, 966E, 966F, 966FII, 970F. EMAIL: HIDAYATMASOOD@GMAIL.COM –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– WANTED (OH): CATERPILLAR HAULER TRUCKS. CAT AND VOLVO 25, 30 TON ARTICULATED TRUCKS AT WHOLESALE PRICES ONLY. EMAIL: REBUILD@TUSCO.NET –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– WANTED (NV): CATERPILLAR 966D, 966E, 966F, 966F II, 966G, 966G II, 966H, 970F, 970G, 972G, 972G II, 972H, 980G AND 980G II WHEEL LOADERS. EMAIL: SALES1@HIEEQUIPMENT.COM; PHONE: 702-529-5171 –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– WANTED (NM): SKYTRAK 10054 10,000# TELEHANDLERS / FORKLIFTS. LOOKING FOR A PRICE & AVAILABILITY ON A NEW SKYTRAK FORKLIFT. EMAIL: DOUBLEMENERGY@AOL.COM; PHONE: 575-391-0222 –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– WANTED (US): HITACHI EX600 EXCAVATOR. I AM LOOKING FOR A 17' ARM FOR A 600 HITACHI. EMAIL: JOHNK@NETNET.NET; PHONE: 920-655-3801 –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– WANTED (US): LINCOLN VANTAGE 500 WELDERS. I'M LOOKING FOR AT LEAST 6NO. VANTAGE 500 PREOWNED WELDERS FOR OUR COMPANY, OUR BUSINESS IS IN OIL AND GAS, PREFABRICATION, PLANT MAINTENANCE..ETC. EMAIL: FAYARD.HOSEIN@ ASEQUITHTT.COM; PHONE: 1(868)3962431 –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– WANTED (US): CATERPILLAR D10N CRAWLER DOZERS. WANT TO BUY ALL THE TIME FROM USER ONLY. BULLDOZER- D3AT, D11, ENC CAB UNDER 3500 HOURS, UNADVERTISED. MUST BE 2015 AND UP. EMAIL: JEANMAURICEBOUTIN@VIDEOTRON.CA; PHONE: 1 450 346 8975 –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– WANTED (MI): JCB - ALL MODELS, MATERIAL HANDLERS. LOOKING FOR A JCB 940 OR COMPARABLE BRAND, ROUGH TERRAIN FORKLIFT. EMAIL: CWELLER@WELLERSALVAGE.COM; PHONE: 616-257-1326 –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– WANTED (AL): KENWORTH T8 SERIES DUMP TRUCKS AND MACK GU713 ROLL OFF TRUCKS. COMMENTS: CLASS 8 , ROLLOFF TRUCKS, DUMP TRUCKS, VOCATIONAL TRUCKS, ANY BRANDS, QUANTITIES, OR YEAR MODELS. I HAVE AN ONGOING NEED TO BUY LOTS OF THESE. EMAIL: CHUGHCUMMINGSJR@ GMAIL.COM PHONE: 205-907-9787 ––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––

WANTED (US): HITACHI EX400LC-1 EXCAVATORS. EMAIL: ILYAS.MTCPK@GMAIL.COM PHONE: +923462653742 –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– WANTED (US) MANUFACTURER: CATERPILLAR 950B WHEEL LOADERS EMAIL: ILYAS.MTCPK@GMAIL.COM PHONE: +92-346-265-3742 –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– WANTED (PA): CATERPILLAR 973C CRAWLER LOADER. COMMENTS: LOOKING FOR A CATERPILLAR 973C READY TO GO TO WORK. EMAIL: CHICK@FITZEQUIP.NET PHONE: 215-805-3650 –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– WANTED (NM): CATERPILLAR ALL MODELS ROAD MAINTENANCE. COMMENTS: SOLICITO POR ESTE MEDIO LA COTIZACIÓN DE UNA RETROEXCAVADORA 4X4 Y UNA MOTONIVELADORA LAS DOS 2005 Y MARCA CATERPILLAR A NOMBRE DE LA EMPRESA GECOD S.A. DE C.V. EMAIL: BRAULIOALBERTO23@ GMAIL.COM PHONE: 287-110-3964 –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– WANTED (US): KOMATSU PC490LC-10 EXCAVATOR. COMMENTS: LOOKING FOR NEW OR GOOD USED 70” OR 72” DITCHING/CLEAN UP BUCKET TO PIN ONTO A KOMATSU PC490LC-10. THANK YOU IN ADVANCE. EMAIL: SALES@MARCELEQUIPMENT.COM. –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– WANTED: ALL MODELS CATERPILLAR CRAWLER LOADERS. EMAIL: RWESTON.SELAND.CO.UK@GMAIL.COM –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– WANTED (NY): ALL MODELS DINGO COMPACT TRACK LOADERS. LOOKING FOR FRONT QUICK COUPLER EMAIL: NEGRIINC@GMAIL.COM; PHONE: 845-590-2640 –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– WANTED (USA): ALL MODELS KOBELCO EXCAVATORS. ANY 20 TO 40 TON KOBLECO EXCAVATORS IN GOOD CONDITION. EMAIL: REBUILD@TUSCO.NET –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– WANTED (USA): CATERPILLAR 307 SSR EXCAVATOR. EMAIL: MYPERSONALCADDY@ HOTMAIL.COM; PHONE: 1-613-662-4535 –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– WANTED (CA): CATERPILLAR 950E WHEEL LOADERS. CAT MOTOR GRADERS 140G SERIAL 72V11000 UP CAT WHEEL LOADERS 950B, 950E, 916, 930, 966D, 926, 966E, 966F, 966FII DYNAPAC ROLLERS CA251, CA252, CA262, CA301, CA302, CA362, CA602 HITACHI EXCAVATORS EX200, EX270, EX400, EX60WD, EX100WD JOHN DEERE WHEEL EXCAVATOR 495D, 595D. EMAIL: ZOHAIBKHAN212@OUTLOOK.COM; PHONE: 00923319949449 ––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––

WANTED (NY): NEW HOLLAND COMPACT TRACK LOADERS. NEED SOMETHING 2009 10,000 UNDER COMPACT SKID LOADER FOR DIGGING POOLS, USED OR LEASED ASAP!!!!!! I HAVE 20 POOLS NEED DONE. EMAIL: JOSHUA021188@GMAIL.COM; PHONE: 716-225-7171 –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– WANTED (CT): ALLMAND TLB 425 BACKHOE LOADER. EMAIL: DARRENCMAS@YAHOO.COM; PHONE: 860-212-6681 –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– WANTED (USA): LULL - LULL 644, 944, 1044 FORK LIFTS. EMAIL: REBUILD@TUSCO.NET –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– WANTED (USA): CATERPILLAR D6R CRAWLER DOZER. WE ARE LOOKING FOR: CAT D6R/T 36” COMPLETE SET OF SYSTEM ONE PADS – NEW OR USED PLEASE FORWARD DETAILS, ASKING PRICE AND PHOTOS TO: SALES@MARCELEQUIPMENT.COM. WE APPRECIATE AND THANK YOU FOR YOUR RESPONSE. –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– MANUFACTURER: CATERPILLAR D8T CRAWLER DOZER. WE ARE LOOKING FOR THE FOLLOWING: CAT D8N/R/T COUNTERWEIGHT DRAWBAR AND SET OF NEW OR USED SYSTEM ONE TRACK CHAINS FOR A CAT 330CL PLEASE FORWARD DETAILS, ASKING PRICE AND PHOTOS TO: SALES@MARCELEQUIPMENT.COM. WE APPRECIATE AND THANK YOU FOR YOUR RESPONSE. –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– WANTED (USA): ALL MODELS POWERHOUSE COMPACT TRACK LOADERS UNIT WITH ATTACHMENTS : BUCKET, AUGER, TRENCHER, TRAILER. EMAIL: TOOLMADAM@GMAIL.COM –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– WANTED (PA): BROCE BROOM - ALL MODELS SWEEPER TRUCKS. LOOKING FOR LATE MODEL STREET SWEEPER WORK READY - PREFER STILL UNDER WARRANTY. EMAIL: BUCCIROCK@AOL.COM; PHONE: 215-518-6211 –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– WANTED (CA): USED MINI MOTOR GRADER. DON'T NEED THE LASER SYSTEM. JUST THE MINI MOTOR GRADER. EMAIL: SFKF36@GMAIL.COM –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– WANTED (US): LOOKING FOR HANIX DEALER TO SUPPLY NEW OR USED PARTS FOR HANIX N450 MINI GIANT. EMAIL: BANDIWILSON@SHAW.CA –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– WANTED (US): CATERPILLAR 314C LCR EXCAVATOR - I NEED A 36" HEAVY DUTY BUCKET WITH SIDE CUTTERS FOR MY CAT 314CLCR EMAIL: LAKENORMANLLC@GMAIL.COM PHONE: 917-208-5574 ––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––

WANTED (WORLDWIDE): KOMATSU PC138USLC-8 EXCAVATOR EMAIL: GCESMARKETING8@GMAIL.COM PHONE: 657-549-4062 –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– WANTED (US): ALL MODELS CATERPILLAR EXCAVATORS. CAT 315, 320, 325, 330, 336 DL SERIES EXCAVATORS UNDER 9000 HOURS. EMAIL: REBUILD@TUSCO.NET PHONE: 330-987-3508 –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– WANTED (US): ALL MODEL CATERPILLAR EXCAVATORS, SELF-LOADING BATCHING VEHCLE 4CUBIC METRES EMAIL: JATOICO@GMAIL.COM PHONE: +923336758720 –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– WANTED (TX): CATERPILLAR 330CL EXCAVATORS. WANTED TO BUY 5 UNITS CATERPILLAR 330CL NO MORE THAN 15000 HRS. EMAIL: RIZ@MEGAEQUIPMENTS.COM PHONE: 832-528-0786 –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– WANTED (US): ALL MODELS CASE IH AGRICULTURAL EQUIPMENT. LOOKING FOR NEW AND USED EQUIPMENT MANUALS OPERATOR,PARTS AND SERVICE MANUALS FOR AGRICULTURE AND CONSTRUCTION EQUIPMENT. EMAIL: WHITNEYJ65@YAHOO.COM PHONE: 530-864-0771 –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– WANTED: JCB ALL MODELS PUMPS. TRANSMISSION CHARGER PUMPS FOR CATERPILLAR/CASE /JCB/FORKLIFT ... PARTS 6Y3864 20/900400 20/925552 EMAIL: TREFLENEGOCE@GMAIL.COM; PHONE: +212661325283 –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– WANTED: TEREX DIGGER DERRICK TRUCK. NEED A TRUCK CAPABLE OF DRILLING WITH A DOWN THE HOLE HAMMER ATTACHMENT FOR UTILITY POLE INSTALLATION IN ROCK/LEDGE. EMAIL: BOB.BRITTON@CHEROKEEDB.COM; PHONE: 860-747-8828 –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– WANTED: CASE 580K BACKHOE LOADER. LOOKING FOR CHEAP PARTS TRACTOR 580K CK OR EQUAL TO 1990 580K BACKHOE IN OR CLOSE TO SOUTHERN CALIF. EMAIL: HELIREDCAT@YAHOO.COM; PHONE: 760-636-9709 –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– WANTED: JOHN DEERE MODEL 624K WHEEL LOADER. ANY 624 HIGH LIFT. EMAIL: LPQ@EMAIL.COM; PHONE: 802-897-7915 –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– WANTED (IN USA): TAKEUCHI MODEL TB68S EXCAVATORS - LOOKING FOR BOTTOM ROLLERS MODEL TB-68S SERIAL NO 68003. EMAIL: TINBOX67@GMAIL.COM; PHONE: (707) 953-3040 ––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––


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RITCHASON AUCTIONEERS INC. www.ritchason.com 800-806-3395

WESTERN CONSTRUCTION AUCTIONS INC. www.wca-online.com 866-731-7760

• Seven Valleys, PA Tues., September 10, 2019 For: Farm & Construction Equipment Auction • Seven Valleys, PA Tues., October 8, 2019 For: Farm & Construction Equipment Auction MOTLEYS ASSET DISPOSITION GROUP www.motleys.com 1-877-MOTLEYS • Pearisburg, VA Tues., August 27, 2019 For: Construction Equipment & Trucks Consignment Auction • Richmond, VA Wed., September 11, 2019 For: Construction Equipment & Trucks Auction NITKE AUCTION CENTER (A Hanson Auction Group Company) www.nitkeauctions.com 715-693-4447 • ONLINE ONLY Ends August 26, 2019 For: Construction, Trucks, Heavy Equipment, Farm & More

• Lebanon, TN Sat., September 7, 2019 For: Heavy Equipment & Truck Auction

• Chino, CA Fri., September 13, 2019 For: Offsite Public Auction

• ONLINE ONLY Thurs, October 17, 2019 For: Heavy Equipment & Truck Auction

WILSON’S AUCTION SALES, INC. www.wilsonsauction.com 302-422-3454

RTI AUCTIONS www.teitsworth.com 585-243-1563

• Harrington, DE Sat., September 21, 2019 For: Mid-Atlantic Fall Equipment Auction

• Dalton, NY Tues., September 10, 2019 For: Lawson Sand & Gravel Retirement Auction

WSM AUCTIONEERS www.wsmauctioneers.com 623-936-3300

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

• Phoenix, AZ Sat., September 14, 2019 For: Live Public Auction

• ONLINE ONLY August 9 - 19, 2019 For: Equipment Wholesalers Auction

YODER & FREY HEAVY EQUIPMENT AUCTIONS www.yoderandfrey.com 419-865-3990

• ONLINE ONLY August 13 - 22, 2019 For: Antique Tractor & Equipment Auction • Mt. Pleasant, IA Thurs., August 22, 2019 For: AgIron Mt. Pleasant Event

• Findlay, OH Thurs., September 26, 2019 For: Heavy Equipment Auction • Kissimmee, FL Wed., October 30, 2019 For: Heavy Equipment Auction


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Vantage Auctions Holds August Sale in Lake Elsinore, Calif.

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antage Auctions held a multi-million-dollar sale on Aug. 3 at its facility on 1100 West Flint St. in Lake Elsinore, Calif. The sale was open to the public and featured more than 1,000 items up for auction, both online and in person. Items for sale included skid steers, backhoes, excavators, dozers, wheel loaders, paving equipment, recycling equipment and more from manufacturers including John Deere, Caterpillar, Kubota, Case, Ingersoll Rand, Terex and more. For more information, visit vantageauctions.com.  CEG

Kentucky’s Hunter Hartlage test drives this 2007 Cat 930G wheel loader before bidding starts.

Bert Sims of Bert Sims Grading in Vista, Calif., retired after 50 years in business, but still likes to help his son with making equipment purchase decisions. This Cat 815F was one of several that received a thorough inspection.

Clif Warren, owner of Warren Framing, Camarillo, Calif., inspects this Ford 545D skip loader. Edgar Rius Sr. (L) and Edgar Rius Jr. of Hemet, Calif., search for land clearing equipment. They examine this 2005 Case skid steer. This Kubota KX41-SV mini-excavator captured the attention of Juan Nieves, who is looking to expand his contracting business in Riverside, Calif.

Jake Perry of Ventura, Calif., tests the maneuverability of this Cat backhoe.

Based in Texas, Lone Star Fire Support’s search and rescue dog, Baby, takes a much-deserved break atop this Cat 325L excavator with the Hayes Family, Bryan (top), Mikael and Tammi.

Vantage Auction readies for the sale by raising the flag.


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Looking for Antique Iron? A Lot of It’ll Be Up for Sale By Craig Mongeau CEG EDITOR IN CHIEF

If you’re looking to add to your collection of antique equipment (or if you’re looking to start one), you’ll want to set aside some screen time. Aumann Auctions, based in Nokomis, Ill., will be conducting an online-only auction from Aug. 20-22, 2019, to liquidate an extensive selection of antique equipment, vintage construction signs, implements and memorabilia housed in the Vintage Tracks Museum Collection, based in Bloomfield, N.Y. Jeff Huff, owner of the museum and president of nearby Huff Equipment in Honeoye, N.Y., began collecting antique construction tractors in the early 1990s. “My wife and I went to a tractor show down in Brownsville, Pa., and met some people there,” he said. “We were actually doing an auction, and instead of coming home, I said to my wife, ‘let’s go down to the show they are talking about.’ And, so we went down and met some people who were very nice. And on the way home, I said, ‘I think I will start collecting some old tractors.’ … and, I didn’t stop.” Since that day, Huff has accumulated approximately 250 total items. “We have a lot of unique one-ofa-kind pieces,” he said. “I would ask different people, all over the

Aumann Auctions, based in Nokomis, Ill., will be conducting an online-only auction from Aug. 20-22, 2019, to liquidate an extensive selection of antique equipment, vintage construction signs, implements and memorabilia housed in the Vintage Tracks Museum Collection, based in Bloomfield, N.Y.

country, if they knew of any old tractors here or there and old salesmen, and so, we brought stuff in from as far away as Hawaii, California and Alberta, and I have some pieces from Europe, though they were already on the States when I bought them.” All of these items will be going on the virtual auction block come late August. Among the antiques going

available to the highest bidder will be: • a 1918 Holt 75 that came from a ranch in California; • a Caterpillar 70 of which there were only 261 ever made; • a Caterpillar Small 20 tractor of which there were only 652 manufactured; • a Hough H12 crawler loader with a 4-in-1 bucket (only 234 of those tractors were manufactured;

• a Caterpillar 15, Serial Number 1; • a 1918 Bates Steel Mule (one of the very few left in existence; • a 1924 Monarch Model ‘C’ of which there may only be three or four left in existence, according to Huff; • a 1929 Monarch 75; • a 1918 White TAD truck, which sports hard-rubber-tires and a chain drive; and • a White 1923 Model 15B truck.

Huff said he’s selling all these antiques because the curator of his museum, a man, whom he said worked for nearly 60 years in various parts departments in the area for farm dealers, recently passed away and he “couldn’t find anybody to take his place after he passed.” Consequently, taking care of the museum had become too much for Huff to handle with “everything else that I have to do,” he said. Huff said that choosing an auctioneer to help him sell his collection was easy. “Aumann Auctions is the premier antique tractor auction company in the country and even in the world since they’re selling over on Europe now,” he said, singling out praise for the company president, Kurt Aumann. Selling his collection is bittersweet, though. Bitter because collecting these wonderful pieces of construction history and sharing them with others has been a passion of his for nearly 30 years. Sweet, however, because as he put it, “I’d like to spend more time in Florida [relaxing] and I want to spend more time with his grandchildren who live in Virginia and Ohio. “They keep us running to sports games and their activities, so we are gone quite a bit,” he said. For more information, visit https://www.aumannauctions.com/.  CEG

Volvo CE Sees Sales Rise 10 Percent in Second Quarter Improvements in the key European and North American markets, coupled with a strong focus on its service business, volume flexibility in the industrial system and tight cost control helped Volvo Construction Equipment (Volvo CE) deliver a good all around performance in its second quarter 2019 results. Net sales in the second quarter increased by 10 percent. Operating income also continued its upwards trajectory. The second quarter 2019 saw order intake increase by 6 percent, with SDLG branded products increasing by 28 percent. Order intake was particularly strong in China, rising 21 percent, driven by strong demand for SDLG branded excavators and wheel loaders. Deliveries were up 12 percent in the

period, again driven by growth in China and stable demand in Europe and North America.

Market Development The second quarter of 2019 saw growth in Europe and North America, with a small

Volvo Construction Equipment net sales by market area, in millions of Swedish Krona.

decline in Asia (excluding China). In the period up to May, demand for construction equipment in Europe was up 5 percent compared to the same period the year before, while demand for large excavators, road equipment and articulated haulers pushed the North American market up 7 percent. South America saw demand rise 6 percent while Asia (excluding China) was down 11 percent compared to the previous year. The Chinese market saw demand rise by 8 percent, due to growth in the compact excavator segment. “Volvo CE continued on the path of increased sales and improved profitability in the second quarter,” said Melker Jernberg, president of Volvo CE. “Volume flexibility in the industrial system and tight cost control will continue to be in focus in the second half of the year.” 


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ARIZONA SUPPLEMENT CEG SCALE MODELS................................................................................5 CONSTRUCTION EQUIPMENT GUIDE ....................................................7 DITCH WITCH OF ARIZONA...................................................................2,8 EMPIRE MACHINERY ................................................................................3 FISHER TOOLS...........................................................................................1 GORILLA HAMMERS..................................................................................1

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2 – 2012 Grove RT7 RT765E-2 65 Ton Ton | Houston Hou

2015 John Deere 410E 4 | Houston

2016 John Deere 544K | Phoenix

2010 John Deere 240D LC | Chehalis

2014 Caterpillar 12M3 | Houston Hou

Texom xoma Tau Taurus XLLTT Found F ation | Phoenix

2018 John Deere 544K Series II –Low meter hours & 2016 John Deere 544K – Low meter hours | Chehalis

Caterpillar D6H XL Series II | Chehalis

2014 Caterpillar D6T | Houston

2012 Caterpilla ar 420F 4x4 | Phoenix

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Sales • Rentals • Parts • Service • Financing

2017 Komatsu WA470-8

2017 Komatsu PC360LC-11

2014 Wirtgen WR 2000 XL

KM17052X $165,000 6,600 hrs.

KM17285M $199,750 3,200 hrs

$249,500 1,850 hrs.

2012 Komatsu PC210LC-10

2012 Komatsu D61EX-23

WR14006

2013 Komatsu PC490LC-10

2017 Komatsu D85EX-18

KM12729X

KM12665D

KM13139X

KM16523M

$94,500 4,555 hrs.

$159,750 5,450 hrs.

$89,500 12,400 hrs.

$399,500 2,200 hrs.

2014 Komatsu PC138USCL-10

2015 Komatsu HM400-5

2014 Hamm 3307P

2012 Komatsu WA320PZ-6

KM14175X $112,500 3,600 hrs.

KM15268M $459,500 6,500 hrs.

HA14020 $59,750 1,600 hrs.

$89,500 7,000 hrs.

KM12636D

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