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Practice Makes Perfect for $937M Texas Job By Lori Tobias CEG CORRESPONDENT

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Construction on a $937 million power plant in Southeast Texas is progressing smoothly — due in part to lessons learned from the recent construction of two other Entergy gas turbine power plants. The Montgomery County Power Station (MCPS), under construction at the existing Lewis Creek Power Plant near Willis, Texas, is the first new Entergy power plant in Texas in 40 years. It is expected to be online by mid-2021. McDermott International Inc. is the project’s engineer and construction contractor. “All three plants are state-of-the-art combined cycle gas turbine facilities

The Montgomery County Power Station (MCPS), under construction at the existing Lewis Creek Power Plant near Willis, Texas, is the first new Entergy power plant in Texas in 40 years. It is expected to be online by mid-2021.

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Pipeline Brings More Water to Boulder Area

California Section......15-19

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At a cost of $45 million, construction crews in northern Colorado are working on a pipeline project that will provide a secure, year-round water supply in Boulder and Larimer counties. Upon completion, the Southern Water Supply Project II (SWSP) pipeline will bring additional Colorado-Big Thompson Project and Windy Gap Project water to the city of Boulder, town of Berthoud, Left Hand Water District and the Longs Peak

Water District. “The project will increase the reliability and delivery capacity for four water providers in northern Colorado,” said Stephanie Cecil, P.E., water resources project engineer at Northern Water. “The participants have been pursuing the project since 2008, and the project is now proceeding because all appropriate permits and easements have been acquired.” Work on the project began in 2018, with all costs to be covered by the project participants. There have been see PIPELINE page 44

that will produce affordable, reliable and clean energy for Entergy customers,” said Russ Cochran, project director. “They’ve learned from the previous two projects … that there’s a better way to do it, and we’re doing that here. As a portfolio, we’re seeing a lot of benefits from doing three in a row,” Cochran said. Contractors recently finished using a trio of massive cranes to lift 20 heat recovery steam generator modules into place on skyscraper-like structures. Cranes on the job include: • Two Liebherr cranes: a 750-ton crane and a 330-ton crane, used for heavy lifts. • Two Kobelco 275-ton cranes. • Six various manufacturer 75-ton to 150-ton cranes see POWER page 40

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At a cost of $45 million, the pipeline project in northern Colorado will provide a secure, year-round water supply in Boulder and Larimer counties.


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2015 Cat CS566B, Stk#: 11838, EROPS, A/C & Heat, 84” Smooth Drum, 3,038 hrs., 23-1-26 Tires, 4 Cyl. Cat Eng.................................$98,500

2012 John Deere 310J, Stk#: 11834, OROPS, 4WD, 2,953 hrs., 24" Quick Connect Bucket, 2 Stick Controls, 12x16.5 Front Tires, 19.5Lx24 Rear Tires ................................................$38,500

2018 Terex TLB840R, Stk#: 11556, OROPS, 4WD, John Deere Progator, Stk#: 11658, 4WD, 61 hrs., 2013 Cat D6T LGP, Stk#: 11672, EROPS, A/C & New, 4 hrs., 24" Bucket, Ext-Hoe, Pilot Controls, Heat, Sweeps, St./Tilt Blade, 5,201 hrs., 36" Pads, 12x16.5 Front Tires, 500x70x24 Rear Tires, 4 Cyl. 26x12.00x12 Rear Tires, 23x1.50x12 Front Tires .. 80% U/C, Draw Bar, Aux. Hyd. ..............$159,500 Deutz Eng ................................................$59,500 ................................................................$16,500

2014 Cat 336FL, Stk# 11554, EROPS, A/C & Heat, FM Stereo, 7,830 hrs, 52" bucket, 34" Pads, Aux. Hyd., 11'4" Wide ............................$129,500

2011 Komatsu D65PX-16, Stk#: 11679, EROPS, AC & Heat, FM Stereo, 6 Way Blade, 9,566 hrs., 90% UC, GPS Ready, 30" Pads, 13’ Wide$76,500

2019 Skytrak 6042, Stk# 11884, EROPS, Heat 2014 John Deere 210G LC, Stk#: 11863, Only, 6,000 lbs., 42 ft., 3 hrs, 48" Forks, 52" EROPS, A/C, 5,958 hrs., 48" Bucket w/Thumb, Frame, 4WD, Aux. Hyd., 370/75-28 Tires, 4 Cyl. 32" Pads, 10' 6" Wide ..............................$96,500 Cummins Eng...........................................$89,500

2012 John Deere 850K WLT, Stk#: 11668, EROPS, A/C, 6 Way Blade, 5100 Hrs ....$119,500

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

2008 Case 570M XT, Stk#: 11760, OROPS, 4WD, 2014 John Deere 700K LGP, Stk#: 11864, 4,054 hrs., 7 ft. Hyd. Box Blade, 80" (4&1) Bucket, EROPS, A/C & Heat, FM Stereo, 6 Way Blade, 12x16.5 Front Tires, 19.5Lx24 Rear Tires$26,500 4,998 hrs., 30" Pads, 11 ft. Wide ............$99,500

2012 Skytrak 10054, Stk#: 11914, 10,000 lbs., 54 ft., 60" Forks, 74" Frame, 14.00x24 Rubber Tires, 4 Cyl. Deutz Eng. ............................$59,500

2017 JLG 1932RS, Stk#: 11112, 500 lbs., 19 ft., 2014 John Deere 650K LGP, Stk#: 11854, OROPS, 6 Way Blade, 2,122 hrs., 24" Pads, 9' 7" 1 hrs., 323x100 Solid Rubber Tires, Electric Powered, Slide out Deck ............................$9,500 Wide ........................................................$79,500

2015 Haulotte HA100JRT, Stk#: 11375, 500 lbs., 100 ft., 1,026 hrs., 4WD, 8ft. Man Basket, JIB, Straight Boom, 445x65Dx22.5 Foam Filled Tires, 4 Cyl. Diesel Eng. ........................................$79,500

2004 AG Gator 2004, Stk# 11777, Manure Spreader, EROPS, A/C & Heat, 2,740 hrs., 8,218 Miles, 66x43.00x25 Tires, 8 Cyl. Cummins Eng., 10 ft. Height ............................................$14,500

2012 Case Int'L Puma 170, Stk#: 11499, EROPS, 2013 JLG /Skytrak 10054, Stk#: 11916, 10,000 A/C & Heat, FM Stereo, 4WD, 3,626 hrs., 170hp, 2011 Volvo A25E, Stk# 11745, EROPS, A/C & lbs., 54 ft., 60" Forks, 74" Frame, 400x75x28 18x6 Powership Trans., 420x85Rx34 Front Tires, Heat, 6WD, 10,771 hrs., 25 Ton Cap., 23.5Rx25 Foam Filled Tires, 4 Cyl. Cummins Eng ..$59,500 520x85Rx46 Rear Tires, PTO ..................$49,500 Tires..........................................................$98,500

2012 JLG 600A, Stk#: 11813, 500 lbs., 60 ft., 4,520 hrs. ................................................$42,500

2005 Skytrak 6036, Stk#: 11223, 6,000 lbs., 36 ft., 3,886 hrs., 4WD, 4WS, 60" Forks, 72" Frame, Aux. Hyd., 13.00x24 Foam Filled Tires, Hyd. Self Leveling System, 4 Cyl. Cummins Eng. ..$39,500

2014 John Deere 700K LGP, Stk#: 11852, EROPS, A/C & Heat, 6 Way Blade, 5,280 hrs., 30" Pads, 11 ft. Wide ..............................$96,500

2016 Haulotte HT132RTJ Pro, Stk#: 11372, 500 lbs., 132 ft., 81 hrs., 4WD, 8ft. Man Basket, JIB, Straight Boom, 445x65Dx22.5 Foam Filled Tires, 4 Cyl. Perkins Diesel Eng. ........................$79,500

2006 Cat D8T XL, Stk#: 11894, EROPS, A/C & Heat, Eng. Encl., S/U Tilt Blade, 70% U/C, 13,912 hrs., 24" Pads, 13 ft. Wide ....................$159,500

2018 Doosan DX63-3, Stk#: 11495, EROPS, A/C & Heat, 243 hrs., 36" Quick Connect Bucket, 78" 2014 John Deere 210G LC, Stk#: 11848, EROPS, 2018 JLG 1932R, Stk# 11182, 500 lbs., 19 ft., 0 A/C & Heat, FM Stereo, 3,151 hrs., 48 Bucket, 32" hrs., Slide Out Deck, Electric Power, 323x100 Push Blade, 16" Rubber Tracks, 4 Cyl. YanMar Eng ..........................................................$66,500 Pads, 10' 6" Wide ....................................$96,500 Rubber Tires ..............................................$9,500

2005 Peterbilt BP335, Stk# 11843, Dump Truck, 337,036 Miles, 11Rx22.5 Tires, 8LL Transmission, 2015 Cat 301.4C, Stk#: 11806, 273 hrs., 12" Power Steering, 15 ft. Steel Dump Body, 14-16 2014 Ranch King Tamdum, Stk#: 10413, 12 ft. Yard Cap., 40,000 lbs. Rears, Railroad Guide Kit, Bucket, Aux. Hyd., 50" Push Blade, 9" Rubber Tandum Axle Utility ....................................$2,500 Tandem Axle, 315 Cummins Diesel Eng. $39,500 Tracks, 3 Cyl. YanMar Eng ......................$19,500

2014 Komatsu D61PX-23, Stk#: 11767, EROPS, 2014 Doosan DX225LC-3, Stk#: 11849, EROPS, A/C & Heat, FM Stereo, Sweeps, Side and Rear Screens, 6 Way Blade, 3907 Hrs, 34” Pads............ A/C & Heat, 703 hrs., 48” Bucket, Aux. Hyd., 32" ................................................................$99,500 Pads, 10' 6" Wide ....................................$89,500


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Purchasing a piece of used equipment can be a smart investment, but sometimes it’s tough to know exactly what you’re getting. It’s important to consider the machine’s total cost of ownership.

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Officials at Los Alamos National Laboratory have plans for $13 billion worth of construction projects over the next decade at the northern New Mexico complex as it prepares to ramp up production for the nation’s nuclear weapons arsenal.

Screenpod, a design and manufacture specialist of recycling solutions for the global market, is expanding to the American market with several new dealers appointed throughout the country.

Vermeer Texas-Louisiana and Compact Construction Equipment LLC have announced plans to open a new, co-branded facility in Victoria, Texas, later this fall. Slated to open in October, the new branch location will be 4404 U.S. 59 N

Registration is open for the Volvo 2019-2020 Road Institute, an operator and technician training program that is now in its 54th season. Courses run November 2019 through May 2020.

The Nevada AGC, through its Women in Construction Committee, concluded a school-supply-drive. Committee members reached out to the construction industry to collect school supplies for the students at Lemelson Stem Academy.

Caterpillar marked 30 years of small vibratory roller manufacturing, surpassing the 30,000th roller production mark. To commemorate the achievement, Caterpillar held a sweepstakes to give away a special-edition Cat CB24B roller.

Doggett Industries celebrated the groundbreaking of its new $24 million construction and economic development project, Doggett Ford Dealership and Showroom, along with the Houston community and Mayor Sylvester Turner.

ICUEE, the International Construction and Utility Equipment Exposition, will be held Oct.1 to 3 at the Kentucky Exposition Center in Louisville, Ky. ICUEE is a leading event for utilities and utility and construction contractors.

Interstate 5 in northern California’s Siskiyou County busily hums, clanks, bangs and whirrs as work crews run big equipment and off-road vehicles in Phase II of a $57 million rehab project that runs from Mount Shasta to Dunsmuir.

After years of planning, countless hours in the design room and input from the public, the U.S.-69/75 corridor in Bryan County is a giant step closer to a major reconstruction due to a federal FASTLANE Grant received in 2016.

The L.A. Clippers unveiled renderings and additional details of the team’s privately-financed sports and entertainment center anchored by their new basketball arena in Inglewood.

Contractors, farmers and ranchers descended on Seminole, Texas, Aug. 20 to 21 for Iron Bound Auction’s two-day equipment sale. This was the second-biggest sale in the company’s history.

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Ritchie Bros. sold more than 5,300 equipment items for more than $45 million at its latest Houston, Texas, auction on Aug. 20 to 21. More than 7,250 people registered to bid in the two-day auction, including more than 5,850 online.

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How to Evaluate Total Ownership Cost on Used Equipment By Jared Haughton SPECIAL TO CEG

Purchasing a piece of used equipment can be a smart investment, but sometimes it’s tough to know exactly what you’re getting for the money. If you’re searching on a used equipment site or buying at auction, you might find two comparably sized machines with comparable age and hours — yet one is priced lower. At face value, the lower cost machine might seem like the better investment, but it’s important to look beyond the initial purchase price to consider the machine’s total cost of ownership (TCO). The costs that go into calculating TCO generally fall into two broad categories — ownership

At face value, a lower cost machine might seem like a better investment, but it’s important to look beyond the initial purchase price to consider the machine’s total cost of ownership (TCO).

There are key factors to consider when calculating a machine’s estimated TCO.

The costs that go into calculating TCO generally fall into two broad categories — ownership costs and operating costs. While some of the ownership costs can be easily identified before the purchase (e.g., purchase price, taxes, insurance), other ownership and operating costs will require some further estimation based on the specific machine and anticipated use.

costs and operating costs. While some of the ownership costs can be easily identified before the purchase (e.g., purchase price, taxes, insurance), other ownership and operating costs will require some further estimation based on the specific machine and anticipated use. Consider these key factors when calculating a machine’s estimated TCO before selecting a machine: Total purchase price of the machine. Make sure to include all options, delivery and setup costs. The purchase price without tires

or tracks. Since the cost of the tires is included in the operating cost, you should remove it from the owning side of the equation. Residual value is the expected fair market value at the end of your period of ownership. One of the best ways to estimate this is to research comparable used machines at the age and hour mark that match what you would anticipate at the end of your ownership period. A few additional considerations and buying tips for maintaining a good residual value include: • Reduce idle times: One of the

best ways to increase residual value throughout your ownership period is to reduce idle times that burn unnecessary hours on the machine. Look for a used machine that has features such as auto engine shutdown and telematics programs that help track machine utilization. • Turn to industry resources: EquipmentWatch is a good resource for researching equipment models that have been identified as the best in the industry for retained value and cost of ownership.

Interest rate is the rate to be used in calculating cost of capital. When evaluating used equipment, look for seasonal financing deals from OEMs. Fuel consumption: While this can differ by application, the manufacturer should be able to provide model-rated average fuel consumption. Anticipated life (in hours) of a set of tires or tracks. Check with the seller on how many hours the tires/tracks have on them at the time of purchase in order help estimate remaining life. Repair and maintenance costs for the intended life. This can be calculated by setting up a spreadsheet for the components, their lives, parts and labor cost. This is where the specific machine and the services offered by the seller can make a big difference in ownership costs. A few things you may want to ask the seller include:

• Ask for an oil analysis in order to better predict expected component life spans. • Ask about receiving the complete vehicle history report, which should be available from their telematics system. • Ask about parts availability and any guarantees offered by the manufacturer. • Ask about any warranties offered on used equipment. • Ask about machine monitoring and telematics programs that can help you better manage how your machine is used. Keep the basics in mind when looking at used equipment. Have a mechanic look over the machine before your purchase to make sure all the data points being provided to you are accurate. Then be sure you’re comparing initial purchase prices to TCO to evaluate which machine makes the most financial sense over the long run. 


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2001 CATERPILLAR 854G ............................................$209,500

Motor Graders (3) 2014/16 CATERPILLAR 140M3 ......................From $215,000 2014 CATERPILLAR 140M2 VHP ........................................$Call 2012 CATERPILLAR 16M VHP ......................................$339,500 (2) 2013/2015 DEERE 872GP ..............................From $135,000

Off-Highway Trucks (4) 2011 CATERPILLAR 785D ..............................................$Call (2) 2009/2010 CATERPILLAR 777F......................................$Call (4) 1994/95 CATERPILLAR 777C ..........................From $69,500 (2) 1991 CATERPILLAR 773B................................From $65,000 2015 CATERPILLAR 725C ............................................$269,500

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Wheel Loaders 2008 CATERPILLAR 994F ....................................................$Call 2008 CATERPILLAR 993K ............................................$835,000 1991 CATERPILLAR 992C....................................................$Call 2015 CATERPILLAR 950M ............................................$199,500 2016 CATERPILLAR 938M ............................................$169,500 2015 CATERPILLAR 938K ............................................$109,500

Skid Steers - Track (5) 2014/15 CATERPILLAR 299D XPS ..................From $59,500 (2) 2015/16 CATERPILLAR 299D XHP ..................From $69,500 (3) 2016/17 CATERPILLAR 299D2 ............................$75,000 Ea. (2) 2016 CATERPILLAR 259D ..................................$42,500 Ea. 2016 CATERPILLAR 242D....................................................$Call 2016 CATERPILLAR 236D....................................................$Call

Scrapers - Pull (2) 1996/98 CATERPILLAR 637E ............................$109,500 Ea. 2012 CATERPILLAR 627H ............................................$459,500 2018 ROME AG10 ..............................................................$8,250

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Water Equipment - Trucks (6) 2012/14/15 CATERPILLAR 725C ..................From $189,500 (2) 2015/16 FREIGHTLINER BUSINESS CLASS M2 106 .............. ..................................................................................From $85,000 2007 FREIGHTLINER BUSINESS CLASS M2 100..........$59,500 2018 INTERNATIONAL 4300 ............................................$92,500 2006 INTERNATIONAL 4200 ............................................$35,000 (17) 2017/18/19 KENWORTH T370 ......................From $115,000 (13) 2012/2017/2018 PETERBILT 348....................From $92,500 VOLVO A25D ..................................................................$159,500

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National Lab Announces $13B in Plans Vermeer, Bobcat Open in Victoria

LOS ALAMOS, N.M. (AP) Officials at Los Alamos National Laboratory have plans for $13 billion worth of construction projects over the next decade at the northern New Mexico complex as it prepares to ramp up production of plutonium cores for the nation’s nuclear weapons arsenal. They outlined their plans at a recent meeting attended by hundreds of representatives of construction firms from around the country. Beyond the new infrastructure related to plutonium assignment, other work likely will be aimed at serving a growing workforce — from planned housing projects and parking garages to a potential new highway that would reduce commute times from Albuquerque and Santa Fe for the 60 percent of employees who live outside of Los Alamos County. Lab director Thomas Mason told the Albuquerque Journal the lab currently has 1,400 openings and plans to add another 1,200 jobs to its workforce of 12,000 by 2026. “It’s a busy time at the lab,” he said. “We’re probably busier than we have been since the height of the Cold War.” Mason said $3 billion in spending is

planned for improvements to the lab’s existing plutonium facility for the core work. An accelerator project and a newgeneration super computer also will require major investments. Roadwork would be the responsibility of surrounding communities or the state, but he said the lab is stressing the importance of transportation infrastructure and needs to communicate to the region about the lab’s growth projections. One piece of transportation infrastructure — Omega Bridge, which connects the town of Los Alamos with the lab site over Los Alamos Canyon — is owned by the federal government. One possibility is that it’s converted to a “greenway” with a new bridge added nearby. Mason said what to do with the bridge is a long-term issue. Some watchdog groups have been concerned about the federal government’s plans to boost plutonium pit production at Los Alamos given the current infrastructure and the lab’s track record of safety concerns. Greg Mello with the Albuquerquebased Los Alamos Study Group said

“everywhere pit production has been done, in every country, has been an environmental disaster.” Pits were formerly made at Rocky Flats in Colorado, which was shut down in the early 1990s amid an environmental scandal. “We think it’s the wrong direction for this region,” Mello said. The National Nuclear Security Administration is under a mandate from Congress and the Department of Defense to make 80 pits a year by 2030 as part of a plan to modernize the nation’s arsenal. Only a handful have been produced in recent decades, all of them at Los Alamos. NNSA’s plan calls for making 30 pits a year at Los Alamos and 50 pits a year at the U.S. Energy Department’s Savannah River Site in South Carolina. A recent congressionally funded study cast doubts on whether the pit production goals can be met and questioned the overall plan to ramp up production, which is estimated to cost $14 billion to $28 billion. The study stated that “eventual success of the strategy to reconstitute plutonium pit production is far from certain.” 

Vermeer Texas-Louisiana, the authorized dealer of Vermeer construction equipment in Texas and Compact Construction Equipment LLC, the authorized Bobcat dealer in south, central and west Texas have announced plans to open a new, co-branded facility in Victoria later this fall. Slated to open in early October, the new branch location will be 4404 U.S. 59 N in Victoria. The branch will offer dedicated sales, rentals, parts and service for both the Vermeer and Bobcat construction equipment line and also will distribute the Gravely line of commercial lawn mowers. “As we look to better support our customer base, the Victoria area presented an opportunity to provide a local touchpoint. The new branch will save local customers time and money when they need equipment, parts or service support,” said Brian Harris, chief operating officer of the southern region. For more information on Vermeer Texas – Louisiana, visit www.vermeertexas.com. For more information on Compact Construction Equipment, visit www.bobcatcce.com. 


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1997 CAT D6R LGP, CAB, AC, 6S Dozer, 2003 CAT 330C, Work ready 40T HEX with DRAWBAR, 1200 hr on new UC w/ 36" FLAT reach boom, med stick, QC, GP Bucket, fully PADS, 2700 hr on engine rebuild. Runs great, serviced, Tier 2 engine ......................$69,000 former rental unit ..............................$65,000

2003 CAT 14H, Work ready, larger blade, fully equipped with cab, AC, pushblock, ripper, engine doors, 20.5-25 tires in good condition. 1 of 2 available ................................$149,000

1980 CAT 631D, 2000 hrs on CAT dealer re2012 TEREX TA300, Excellent, low hours, power 3408TA, T-2 engine, cab, AC, retarder, 30T 6x6 Artic with retarder, tailgate, backup 37.25x35 tires at 90%F, good rears. Excellent camera, supplemental steering, good tires. Work ready. One of two available ....$139,500 ..........................................................$99,000

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The Nevada Chapter of the Associated who participated. Once again, the commerGeneral Contractors (AGC), through its cial construction industry has stepped up to Women in Construction Committee make this community a better place to live,” (WICC), concluded a 60-day school-supply- Miller said. drive Aug. 9. Committee members reached out to the construction industry to collect About the AGC school supplies for the students at Lemelson The AGC and its nearly 300-member STEM Academy, a Title 1 school located in firms represent nearly half of the Washoe an at-risk community and AGC’s Partner in County construction jobs. Education. The Nevada Chapter AGC was formed in More than twenty companies and individ- 1939 by a group of Nevadans intent on uals have donated everything from back- replacing the dangerous gravel roads that packs, pencils and notebooks to tissues and connected Northern Nevada with modern cleaning supplies. pavement. They “We wanted to evolved into the make sure that every modern AGC, whose child and teacher at goal is to use skill, the school has the integrity and responnecessary materials sibility to build a betto be able to focus on ter community. learning,” said AGC membership Morgan Miller, chairhas been the first to woman of the AGC step up to be that WICC. “We hope Nevada AGC photo good neighbor. These that we have lifted the services include: of the Women in Construction burden on the parents Members • Donating labor Committee present the supplies to who might struggle Lemelson STEM Academy. and materials to local financially to be able charity groups to provide these essential items and on teach• Donating dollars for the University of ers, who shouldn’t ever have to pay for these Nevada scholarships since 1963, now more supplies out of their own pocket.” than $750,000 The goal of the AGC is to help ensure • Supporting the Academy for Career every student at Lemelson is positioned for Education, which provides construction edusuccess and has a quality education by pro- cation curriculum for Washoe County students. viding support to the staff and students alike. • Providing disaster relief with equipment As part of that commitment, the members of and manpower during times of flood and fire. the Women in Construction Committee dedThe Nevada Chapter AGC has been icated themselves to providing the needed active in national and regional construction supplies for every child and teacher at issues including job site safety, vocational Lemelson. education and recognizing the best in local “We are beyond thrilled at the success of building. this effort. I can’t adequately express our For more information, visit gratitude to the companies and individuals NevadaAGC.org. 


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Doggett Industries celebrated the groundbreaking of its new $24 million construction and economic development project.

Sylvester Turner (L), mayor of Houston, Texas, and Leslie Doggett, CEO and president of Doggett Industries, celebrated at the groundbreaking.

Doggett Industries celebrated the groundbreaking of its new $24 million construction and economic development project, Doggett Ford Dealership and Showroom, along with the Houston community and Mayor Sylvester Turner. Mayor Turner honored the team with a city of Houston Proclamation for Doggett Industries Day during the ceremo-

ny for uplifting the city of Houston, providing economic development and continuing to provide great jobs for great people. Currently operating in temporary buildings, Doggett’s Ford dealership is already ranked as one of the fastest-growing Ford dealerships in the United States and the fastest growing dealership in Houston, according to the compa-

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Interstate 5 in northern California’s Siskiyou County busily hums, clanks, bangs and whirrs as work crews run big equipment and off-road vehicles in Phase II of a $57 million rehab project that runs from Mount Shasta to Dunsmuir. The activity merges machine efficiencies, modern technology and worker expertise and craftsmanship centered around maintaining the region’s important transportation corridor that sees 20,000 to 30,000 car, truck and big rig use on a

daily basis. The project falls in the California Department of Transportation’s District 2 in the northern part of the state. The Phase II project, put out as a low-bid contract by District 2, covers 169,000 cu. yds. of roadway that was originally constructed in the 1960’s. The work involves road and shoulder improvements as well as bridge widening, guardrail and sign replacements drainage and electrical work as well as improved striping. Around 100 workers are on the job at any one time. The equipment list for the project includes: Cat AP1055D asphalt paver; Cat 634C (72-in.) steel wheel asphalt roller; Case 570 XLT 4 by 4 paving (float) tractor; Ford ¾ton pickup; Roadtech 2500 MTV; 1,800 gal. Freightliner distributor truck (boot truck); Waldon power broom; Terex 40-ton haul truck; Cat 980G loader; Cat 980F loader; Cat 982M loader; Cat D-5 dozer; Cat D8R dozer; Cat 321 excavator; Cat 345 excavator; Cat 420 backhoe; Cat 140G motorgader (blade); Cat 815 compactor; Cat CP323C pad foot compactor; Cat 613 paddle wheel scrapers; Cat 563 smooth drum roller; 3,000 gal. water truck; Klien water tower; Attenuator truck pilot car; Freightliner 5-yd. dump truck; Athey mobile broom; PCMS; 2-ton mechanic’s truck; see I-5 page 16

The L.A. Clippers on July 25 unveiled renderings and additional details of the team’s privately-financed sports and entertainment center anchored by their new basketball arena in Inglewood. In addition to the arena, the proposed project located on West Century Boulevard between South Prairie Avenue and South Yukon Avenue will include the team’s business and basketball offices, training facility, community and retail spaces. “My goal is simple. I want the Clippers to have the best home in all of sports,” said Steve Ballmer, Clippers chairman. “What that means to me is an unparalleled environment for players, for fans, for sponsors and for the community of Inglewood. Our goal is to build a facility that re-sets fans’ expectations while having a transformative impact on the city we will call home.” The Inglewood Basketball & Entertainment Center will revitalize mostly vacant land under the flight path of Los Angeles International Airport into a vibrant campus. The project is targeted for completion by fall of 2024, following the expiration of the Clippers’ lease at STAPLES Center. see ARENA page 18

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CalTran’s Plan Includes Laying Concrete at High Speeds I-5 from page 15

light towers; Kenworth lowbed; small office trailer; Doosan P185 compressor; GOMACO TC600 cure/tine; Cat TC1255C forklift; Extreme XR1255 forklift; 40-20 Hydro crane; Writgen 1900 pavement grinder; GOMACO 9500 placer; Cat 613C scraper; Cat 615C scraper; Ditch Witch RT115 trencher; Cat 140H grader; LinkBelt 350X4 excavator; Cat 740 dump truck; Cat 740B dump truck; PR950 grinder; Yanmar excavator; Erie conveyor system; Concrete mixer truck; concrete saw. One of the more compelling aspects of the work, said Siskiyou County area engineer John Hinton, involves the speed at which workers lay concrete for the roadway. The concrete mixer truck turns out 10 yds. of the mix approximately every two minutes. “It’s pretty amazing,” he said. The mechanical efficiency also means the project’s timeline translates to only around 120 work days. With continued cooperative weather conditions, this puts the project completion date likely in the early fall. Considering original projections around the work put the completion date in late 2019 or early 2020, crews are demonstrating an impressive pace. Along with the work of the crews, Phase II also bodes well for travelers on the road. While Phase I of the project, which ran along a stretch of the interstate in Mount Shasta saw bottlenecks, Phase II of the project maintains a better traffic flow. With a focus on the degrading condition of pavement on the southbound side of I-5, Caltrans is able to maintain two through lanes on the interstate’s northbound side. Only a single lane in the southbound direction is available for traffic flow.

One of the more compelling aspects of the work, said Siskiyou County area engineer John Hinton, involves the speed at which workers lay concrete for the roadway. The concrete mixer truck turns out 10 yds. of the mix approximately every two minutes.

At the start of the project in the spring, both the northbound and southbound lanes saw daily lane closure. After this initial phase, workers crossed over southbound traffic to northbound lanes. This flow pattern continues through the end of the construction project. In addition, long-term ramp closures with detours include the southbound Mott Road on ramps and off ramps as well as the southbound on ramps and off ramps for Dunsmuir and Siskiyou avenues. Approximately 100 businesses in Dunsmuir are affected by the construction. In order to ensure correlation with the Dunsmuir community, Caltrans officials maintained communication with

The project falls in the California Department of Transportation’s District 2 in the northern part of the state.

The work involves road and shoulder improvements as well as bridge widening, guardrail and sign replacements drainage and electrical work as well as improved striping.

Caltrans policy calls for the use of AMG technology on large projects — those consisting of 10,000 yds. or more.

the area with regular meetings with the city council. On the technological front, Caltrans is incorporating Automated Machine Guidance. AMG, a tech tool specifically designed for highway construction projects, combines 3D modeling data along with global positioning satellite information through horizontal and vertical guidance to enable designed grades, potentially on the first pass. According to the U.S. Department of

Transportation’s Federal Highway Administration. The real-time construction efficiencies of AMG require mounted computers on equipment and optimize when all elements built into and associated with the roadway are fully designed into the 3D model. The effort translates into not only improving productivity by up to 50 percent with a cost savings of up to 75 percent, but also higher quality and improved safety margins. The application, only recently added to Caltran’s toolbox, currently falls into the “experimental” category, said Hinton. Currently, Caltrans policy calls for the use of AMG technology on large projects — those consisting of 10,000 yds. or more. As far as workmanship on the project, Caltrans named industry heavy hitter J.F. Shea Co. Inc. as the primary contractor. Based in Walnut, Calif., J.F. Shea brings well over a century of experience to the table. Along with work on such high-profile marvels as the Hoover Dam and the Golden Gate Bridge, the construction and civil engineering firm brings significant experience to Phase II of the I-5 project as a primary player in the development of the interstate highway system as a whole. “We don’t dictate how to do the work,” Hinton said. “We let them approach the job as they see fit.” San Diego-based Coffman Specialties Inc., a woman-owned business with a focus on large public and government construction projects, takes on the rebar installation role in the I-5 work. According to the company’s website, the company, founded in 1991, works largely on “cement treated pavements, mass excavation, structural concrete of all types, bridges and other complex infrastructure.” Anderson, Calif.-based T and S Inc., a company focused on work in the Redding area, manages traffic operations along the Dunsmuir corridor. District 2, the second largest Caltrans district in the state, is based in Redding and includes 27,307 sq. mi. The district serves Lassen, Modoc, Plumas, Shasta, Siskiyou, Tehama and Trinity Counties as well as portions of Butte County and Sierra County.  CEG


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“Inglewood is a diverse, dynamic community blessed with a skilled workforce, emerging infrastructure and a bold economic blueprint for the future,” said Gillian Zucker, Clippers president of business operations. “In addition to the thousands of jobs this facility will create for the local community, we are equally committed to working with our new neighbors in the continuing renaissance developing in the city of Inglewood.” The proposed arena will have a threedimensional oval design with a unique exterior of diamond-shaped metal panels inspired by the concept of a basketball swishing through a net. In addition to attractive aesthetics, the panels have been designed to provide solar benefit for maximum energy efficiency, as part of the facility’s LEED GOLD-certified design. The facility’s most striking feature, intended to highlight the temperate climate of Southern California, is the integration of indoor/outdoor “sky gardens.” These landscaped areas for food and beverage will be accessible from every concourse level. The complex also envisions a multi-purpose plaza complete with concert stage, community basketball courts and space for the community to gather and watch everything from

LA Clippers rendering

The facility’s most striking feature, intended to highlight the temperate climate of Southern California, is the integration of indoor/outdoor “sky gardens.”

Clippers playoff games to movie premieres on a supersized LED screen. The Clippers campus will achieve net zero greenhouse gas emissions through a combination of carbon offset credits and sustainable design features. The project is being developed by Wilson Meany, a developer heralded for its transformative mixed-use residential, retail, office and master-planned properties. “We challenged the architects and designers on this project to create a landmark facility that exceeds current environmental standards and they have surpassed expecta-

tions,” said Chris Meany of Wilson Meany. “The new Clippers arena demonstrates that environmental protection and economic development need not be mutually exclusive.” The project is expected to create an estimated 10,000 construction jobs and more than 1,500 permanent jobs, with local hire components in place to fill 30 percent of available construction jobs with local labor and 35 percent of the available arena operation jobs with local residents. When completed, the complex will generate an estimated $268 million in economic activity for Inglewood annually, and more than $190

million in new tax revenue from 2020-2045. That revenue will help support vital city services such as schools, parks, libraries and police and fire stations. “We are excited to welcome the nation’s most philanthropic sports team to Inglewood,” said Mayor James T. Butts. “Over the past three years, the Ballmers and the Clippers have repeatedly demonstrated their commitment to improving communities like Inglewood. The Clippers’ presence in our city will create a sustainable revenue source and boost civic pride, revitalizing our community for years to come.” The Inglewood Basketball & Entertainment Center was designed by AECOM, a Los Angeles-based architectural, engineering and construction management and services firm, headed by Bill Hanway, global sports leader of AECOM. Hanway also leads the AECOM team providing design, engineering and construction strategy services for the Los Angeles 2028 Olympic and Paralympic Games. Anderson Barker Architects and City Design Studio of Los Angeles designed the plaza buildings. Hood Studios of California provided the landscape architecture. For more information, visit clippers.com. 


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Eligible Doosan equipment includes:

Crawler Excavators: DX140LC-3, DX140LC-5, DX140LCR-3, DX140LCR-5, DX225LC-3, DX225LC-5, DX235LCR-3, DX235LCR-5, DX300LC-3, DX300LC-5. DX350LC-3, DX350LC-5. Wheel Loaders: DL200-3, DL200-5, DL200TC-3, DL200TC-5, DL220-3, DL220-5, DL250-3, DL250-5, DL250TC-3, DL250TC-5.

The Doosan 5-year, 7,500-hour powertrain/hydraulics factory warranty* is the strongest in the industry. Doosan is confident that its new Tier 4 compliant equipment will perform on the most difficult jobs, delivering lower emissions with the power, efficiency and durability that customers demand.

5-year, 7,500-hour powertrain/hydraulics warranty from January 1, 2019 through December 31, 2019, receive a 5-year, 7,500-hour powertrain plus hydraulics warranty when you buy select Doosan Tier 4 crawler or wheel excavator or wheel loader within the Choose 1 of 3 special offer. See program disclosure below.

This special warranty is backed by Doosan – and not a third party. It’s also transferable upon resale or trade. This is an excellent way to get value and peace of mind with your new Tier 4 compliant equipment from Doosan. Be confident that your new equipment will deliver the reliability you expect, and receive a warranty to back it up.


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Glenn B. Dorning, Inc. Parts, Sales, Service and Rentals www.gbdorning.com 1744 E. Holt Blvd. Ontario, CA 91761 909-983-2089

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Kaweah Equipment Co. www.kaweahequipment.com 10725 W. Goshen Ave. Visalia, CA 93291 559-733-2982

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Screenpod Names AU Equipment as New Dealer in Southwest Region Screenpod, a design and manufacture specialist of recycling solutions for the global market, is expanding to the American market with several new dealers appointed throughout the country. In the southwest region, Screenpod has appointed AU Equipment LLC as its new dealer for Arizona, California, Colorado, Nevada, New Mexico and Utah. Headquartered in Phoenix, Ariz., with a strong portfolio of crushing and screening solutions, AU Equipment has expanded to the recycling industry, opting for Screenpod’s growing range of recycling solutions. “The Screenpod environmental range allows our company to expand its offering to complement the current lines of crushing and screening equipment. We know the Dust Cannons will aid our customers in the region to keep compliant with ever increasing federal and state regulations regarding the new Silica Laws for their employee’s wellbeing,” said Dominic McNamara, managing member of AU Equipment. “In addition, the Air Vac System will provide a means to make a better-quality product for the customer, thus leading to a potentially higher value for the product and in some cases resolve a labor The new range of Screenpod dust cannons has issue that has existed been named the bestselling dust suppression units in the recycling and in the U.K. and are extremely popular across material processing Screenpod’s wide network of European dealers, facilities with the according to the company. ever-present problems of finding qualified candidates to fill windshifters for separation of materials. The Airvac range features these roles.” With a “Build to Last” ethos and a TrackVacs 1.0 and 2.0; the AirTrac policy of using only the highest quality 1500; and the 5048 Typhoon. The diesel Airvac AV5-2 and AV8-2 materials, Screenpod products offer unparalleled long-term value for have been redesigned with a Tier IV money and reliability, according to the Final Yanmar engine — making it compliant for the United States — and company. Screenpod offers a wide range of has proven successful in the European

CISCO EQUIPMENT www.cisco-equipment.com 1706 South 1st Street, Artesia, NM 88210 575-748-1314 Odessa, TX • 432-550-9181 Lubbock, TX • 806-745-9595 San Angelo, TX • 325-653-2121

FOUR SEASONS EQUIPMENT, INC. www.fourseasons-equip.com 8111 Mills Rd., Houston, TX 77064 • 800-234-5007 Dallas TX • 866-270-1700

In the southwest region, Screenpod has appointed AU Equipment LLC as its new dealer for Arizona, California, Colorado, Nevada, New Mexico and Utah.

market. The Airvac range also includes two high-energy electric suction units — 15kW and 30kW. Screenpod also offers a range of dust suppression cannons, flotation separators (Waterbath), star screens and trommel screens. The new range of Screenpod dust cannons has been named the bestselling dust suppression units in the U.K., and are extremely popular across Screenpod’s wide network of European dealers, according to the company. Screenpod is continually developing its range of options available, from static, skid-mounted, 660 gal. road legal trailer; 1,320 gal. heavy-duty, off-road; and 660 gal. tracked mobile versions. “We are excited to be expanding our dealer network across the U.S. and I have every confidence that Dominic will have great success with our recycling and environmental solutions,” said Paul McGoldrick, managing director of Screenpod. “Due to the versatility of our products, they can be used in conjunction with any of AU Equipment’s current range. Being no stranger to the American market, our machinery will undoubtedly have an impact across AU equipment’s said states.” For more information, visit auequipment.com and screenpod.co.uk. 

PORTER GROUP USA www.portergroupusa.com 13013 Temescal Canyon Rd, Corona, CA 92883 951-674-9999 Pacoima, CA • 818-834-0102 Newark, CA • 510-713-7368

JET CITY EQUIPMENT www.jetcityequipment.com 33345 SR 20, Oak Harbor, WA • 360-675-4441 Marysville, WA • 360-651-9079 Wenatchee, WA • 509-888-8181

NUECES POWER EQUIPMENT www.nuecespower.com 7510 IH-37 Access Rd., Corpus Christi, TX 78409 361-289-0066 Laredo, TX • 956-725-0066 San Antonio, TX • 210-310-0066 San Benito, TX • 956-361-0066 Victoria, TX • 361-576-0066 El Paso, TX • 915-541-0066


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The Right Measure Of Performance And Value Built for heavy-duty applications, Hyundai HL900 series wheel loaders deliver maximum performance, productivity and efficiency, and unmatched value. Up to 5% greater productivity* Up to 10% more fuel-efficiency* 3-year or 3,000-hour warranty

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MECOM EQUIPMENT www.mecomequipment.com 4546 N Wilson Way, Stockton, CA 95205 209-466-5135

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*Compared to Hyundai 9A series. †Payment based on 1,000-hours, 60-month Edge Lease for standard configuration HL960. Payments may vary based on option selection and final invoice total.

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Paving

SECTION

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

Bomag Adds Significant Upgrades to Highway-Class Pavers Bomag 10-ft. (3.0 m) pavers now include significant upgrades to the operator’s platform, which improve visibility and the operator experience. New dual swing-out operator stations feature Bomag’s sideview innovation in which the seat and console swivel outward at four differing angles to deliver unobstructed views to the sides of the paver and the screed end gates. An open-grate design on the platform floor affords the operator direct-line sight of the screed spreading augers. The new large, 7-in. (17.8-cm) multifunction color screen display at each console provides easy viewing of critical operating functions, gauges and parameters plus provides fault messages for quick troubleshooting at the job site to improve serviceability. New blade-type toggle switches, each controlling a single paver function, improve switch reliability. The pavers’ new sound-insulated composite engine hood delivers quieter paving to improve operator comfort. The hood’s sloped design provides a clear view into the hopper from the operator’s seat. Under the hood, a 260-hp (194-kW) Tier IV Final engine on the wheeled machine and a 225hp (168 kW) on the tracked machine deliv-

ers ample power for full-width machines deliver infinitely paving, while having enough variable paving widths from power in reserve to operate the 10 to 20 ft. (3 to 6.1 m) and a screed’s generator and lights for maximum paving width of nighttime paving application. 30-ft. (9.1-m) with extenOn typical applications, fuel sions. Electric-overconsumption for the new highhydraulic controls provide way class pavers averages less fast, simple and accurate than 4 gal/hr (15.1 l/hr). screed adjustments, while Bomag has simplified its 10the Stretch 20’s screed assist ft. class paver offering, reducing system eliminates screed setthe number of models from four ting to improve mat smoothto two. Legacy CR 452 and CR ness. New hose routing and 552 wheeled pavers are now Bomag has simplified its 10-ft. class paver offering, reducing the wire harness designs replaced by the CR 1030 W number of models from four to two. Legacy CR 452 and CR 552 improve screed system reliapaver, while the rubber track CR wheeled pavers are now replaced by the CR 1030 W paver, while bility in the field. 462 and CR 562 pavers now the rubber track CR 462 and CR 562 pavers now bear the CR 1030 Bomag CR 1030 W Series bear the CR 1030 T identifica- T identification. pavers have a standard 16.7tion. These adaptable pavers ton (15.1-t) hopper capacity tackle a range of applications from interstate tivity goals for decades. Frame Raise and and the robust hopper design delivers up to a and state highway to airport, heavy industrial Three-Point Suspension mitigate segrega- 27-ton (24.5-t) capacity when equipped with tion issues, improve mat quality and provide an insert. The CR 1030 T Series pavers have and large commercial projects. superior traction. The Smartrac system a standard 14-ton (12.7 t) hopper capacity up found on CR 1030 T pavers automatically to a 22-ton (20-t) capacity when equipped Cedarapids DNA Retained While closely identifying with Bomag maintains proper track tension at all times to with an insert. These new pavers come stanfamily of pavers, the new CR 1030 Series significantly increase track life and decrease dard with a three-year complimentary subretains many of the legacy Cedarapids downtime, according to the manufacturer. scription to Bomag Telematic. Equipped with the tried-and-true Stretch designs that have helped contractors meet For more information, visit mat smoothness specifications and produc- 20 hydraulically extendible screed, these www.bomag.com. 

Volvo Announces 2019–20 Road Institute Course Schedule Registration is open for the Volvo 2019-2020 Road Institute, an operator and technician training program that is now in its 54th season. Courses run November 2019 through May 2020 and offer a mix of classroom and hands-on training on a variety of operations and maintenance topics. “Students leave these sessions with improved technical and problem-solving skills,” said Wayne Tomlinson, Road Institute compaction training specialist. “We love hearing from attendees who have advanced their careers because of this operator and technician training, as well as from

employers who enjoy benefits such as improved machine uptime.” The Road Institute again includes multiple dates to satisfy demand for the popular hands-on paving best practices course, “Paver and Compactor Operation & Maintenance.” Volvo also continues to offer hydraulic and electrical systems courses specific to the Volvo P4410/P4410B and the P7000/P7000B series pavers, as well as soil and asphalt compactor product lines. Sessions last two to five days each and are held at the Road

Institute Training Centers in Shippensburg and Chambersburg, Pa., and at the Road Institute West location in Phoenix, Ariz. Course instructors share decades of field and teaching experience with attendees, including training on the latest DOT requirements. The paver and compactor operator courses also qualify toward NAPA Diamond Paving commendation requirements. The paver and compactor class with a Spanish-language focus will be Feb. 11-14 in Phoenix. Road Institute course descrip-

tions: • Paver and Compactor Operation & Maintenance — Two days of classroom-style learning plus two days of handson application in best practices, including an over-view of Compact Assist with Density Direct. • Paving and Compaction Application Seminar — Two days of classroom instruction dedicated to paving and compaction best practices. • Paver Hydraulic and Electrical Systems — Four to five days of training on the hydraulic and electrical systems of pavers

with lessons that allow for handson troubleshooting. • Large Asphalt Compactor Mechanics — Three days of maintenance and technical training for large asphalt compactors, including system functions, troubleshooting and adjustments of hydraulic and electrical systems. • Small Asphalt Compactor Mechanics — Three days of mechanical training for asphalt compactors under 7 tons. • Soil Compactor Mechanics — Three days of general service instruction for soil compactors. For more information, visit RoadInstitute.com. 


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Contact your local dealer: Contact your local dealer: Dealer Name City, ST 123.456.7890 Arnold City, ST Machinery Company www.arnoldmachinery.com 123.456.7890 2975 West 2100 South Elko, NV Salt Lake City, UT 801-972-4000 City, ST 801-972-4000 123.456.7890 Sparks, NV Idaho 775-356-1511 City,Falls, ST ID 208-523-0822 123.456.7890 Las Vegas, NV Meridian, ID 702-642-9000 City City, ST 208-887-6000 Phoenix, AZ 123.456.7890 Twin Falls, ID 602-414-1900 City, ST 208-733-1715 Tucson, AZ 123.456.7890 520-294-7677 City, ST 123.456.7890 City, ST Pacwest Machinery 123.456.7890 www.pacwestmachinery.com City, ST 8207 South 216th Street 19255 NE Sandy Blvd 123.456.7890 Kent, WA 98032 Portland, OR 97230 800-935-5933

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Kent, WA (800) 669-2425

Pocatello, ID (800) 829-4450

Eugene, OR (800) 826-9811

Rochester, WA (800) 304-4421

Billings, MT (800) 735-2589

Portland, OR (800) 950-7779

Spokane, WA (800) 541-0754

Kalispell, MT (800) 434-4190

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CALIFORNIA Herrmann Equipment N CA (916) 783-9333 S CA (909) 877-5597 MONTANA/S. IDAHO/NEW MEXICO Roadtec (423) 265-0600

NEVADA/UTAH/ARIZONA Goodfellow (702) 293-7504

TEXAS Closner Equipment (210) 732-2131

OKLAHOMA Van Keppel (844) 499-6363

WASHINGTON/OREGON/N. IDAHO PacWest Machinery (800) 935-5933

WYOMING/COLORADO Power Motive (303) 355-5900


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866-430-7539

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A.F. Mallet Wins Cat CB24B Special-Edition Compactor

Serving the Asphalt Industry for 30 Years 2010 Rosco Maximizer II distributor, 1950 gallons, EZ-2S computer w/1 ft cut-offs, diesel heat, 12 ft spray bar, IH Workstar 7300 w/Maxxforce diesel engine, 6 spd transmission

(L-R): Jaimee and Andrew Mallet hold the “key” to their new Cat CB24B small tandem vibratory roller with D. Scott Phipps, paving industry sales manager — North America, Cat Paving.

2007 Etnyre Centennial II distributor, 2000 gallons, computerized w/1 ft cut-offs, diesel heat, 16 ft spray bar, Ford F750 w/Cat C7 diesel engine, 6 spd trans, 2 spd axle

2004 Ferguson SP912 pneumatic roller, 9 wheel roller, John Deere diesel engine (IR PT125R pneumatic also available)

2013 Rosco Maximizer 3B distributor, 1550 gallons, Max3B computer, diesel heat, 16 ft extending spray bar, UD truck w/UD 7.0 diesel engine, auto trans

New Marathon LD600T tack distributor, 585 gallons, Honda gas engine, 60 GPM pump, propane heat, fully insulated tank, 8 ft spray bar, 5 ft spray wand & 40 ft hose, flushing system- $29,800

2010 Cat AP1000D paver, AS2302 screed 10-18 ft w/electric heat, C7 diesel engine, self lubing system, power auger tunnels, front wheel assist- $88,000

2012 Volvo DD25 double drum 47” vibratory roller, Kubota 3 cylinder diesel engine, double drum drive, water system (3 ton)

New Marathon TPS250T tack distributor, Honda gas engine, 250 gal, 5 ft spray wand w/40 ft hose, propane burners, flushing system, electric brakes (some with spray bars)

2014 Cat CB34BXW double drum vibratory 54” roller, Cat C2.2 diesel engine, double drum drive, water system

3517 Wayne White Rd., Climax, NC 27233

Caterpillar Inc. recently celebrated 30 founded the north central Massachusetts years of small vibratory roller manufacturing excavation contracting business in 2007 and and surpassed the 30,000th roller production included asphalt paving services to complete mark. To commemorate the milestone all phases of the project. With the company’s achievement, Caterpillar held a sweepstakes main team members offering more than 75 in the United States to give away a special- years of experience, A. F. Mallet completes a edition Cat CB24B roller. Thousands of con- range of residential, commercial and munictractors entered the ipal projects. Feelin’ Lucky sweep“To be honest, I stakes held from Feb. 4 couldn’t really believe it through April 15, 2019. at first. Once I received Produced in the verification email, I Caterpillar’s Minerbio, realized it was legit and Italy, factory, the comwas extremely excited. memorative CB24B I printed a picture of the tandem vibratory roller roller and hung it on our features an exclusive refrigerator at home,” charcoal gray paint said Mallet. “We feel scheme with the 30th incredibly lucky and Anniversary sticker and grateful that we won a chrome Cat badge on this piece of equipment. the hood. The 3.0-ton We look forward to put(2.7-t) Cat CB24B ting it to work.” compactor boasts three Representatives from vibrating frequencies to A.F. Mallet received the meet the job at hand. 30th Anniversary roller With its 47-in (120-cm) Caterpillar Inc. recently celebrated during a ceremony held compaction width, this 30 years of small vibratory roller on June 26, 2019, at utility roller can be used manufacturing and surpassed the Milton Cat’s for small paving jobs, 30,000th roller production mark. Londonderry, N.H., large project finish To commemorate the milestone branch. Also on hand rolling and landscape achievement, Caterpillar held a for A.F. Mallet’s receipt in the United States to of the CB24B comapplications. Intuitive sweepstakes give away a special-edition Cat controls with multi- CB24B roller. pactor was D. Scott function control panel Phipps, paving industry and easy viewing LCD display make this sales manager — North America, Cat roller perfect for the rental market, according Paving. to the manufacturer. A short video of the 30th Anniversary Athol, Mass.-based excavation and roller being built can be seen at: paving contractor A.F. Mallet Excavating https://youtu.be/QYxFK6LXtBM won the Feelin’ Lucky special-edition For more information, visit www.cat.com. CB24B vibratory roller. Andrew Mallet 


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Komatsu Equipment Company www.komatsueq.com 1486 South Distribution Drive 4715 W. Winnemucca Blvd. Winnemucca, NV 89445 Salt Lake City, UT 84104 775-753-7557 801-972-3660 4460 Pioneer Way Elko, NV 89801 775-753-7557

1409 E. 3850 S. St. George, UT 84790 435-986-1000

3825 Losee Road North Las Vegas, NV 89030 702-399-1004

10350 S Sandwash Rd. Myton, UT 84052 435-216-7777

900 Marietta Way Sparks, NV 89431 775-356-1334

3460 Salt Creek Rd. Casper, WY 82602 307-223-4660

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405 Jonah Drive Rock Springs, WY 82901 307-686-1300

6101 Pan American W Freeway NE Albuquerque, NM 505-345-8383

4520 National Park Hwy Carlsbad, NM 88220 575-628-8301

10790 S. Highway 59 Gillette, WY 82718 307-682-1445

901 Troy King Road Farmington, NM 87401 505-324-8601

1181 Burgundy Drive El Paso, TX 79907 915-872-1001


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BEE EQUIPMENT SALES, LTD www.beeequipmentsales.com Lubbock TX 806/745-1511 866/796-3211

KIRBY-SMITH MACHINERY, INC. www.kirby-smith.com Oklahoma City, OK 800/375-3339 McAlester, OK 918/310-1550 Tulsa, OK 800/375-3733 Kansas City, KS 877/851-5729

ROMCO EQUIPMENT CO. www.romco.com Austin, TX 512/388-2529 877/851-1026 Buffalo, TX 903/322-5602 Dallas (Carrollton), TX 214/819-4100 800/227-6626 Ft. Worth, TX 817/626-2288 866/966-4602 Longview, TX 903/758-5576 San Antonio, TX 210/648-4600 800/966-4601


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Abilene, TX 325-692-6334 Amarillo, TX 806-373-2826 Lubbock, TX 806-745-2112 Odessa, TX 432-333-7000

Corpus Christi, TX 361-289-0066 Laredo, TX 956-725-0066 San Benito, TX 956-361-0066 Victoria, TX 361-576-0066 Vinton, TX 915-541-0066 Houston, TX 713-247-0066 San Antonio, TX 210-310-0066

Spokane, WA 800-541-0754 Kent, WA 800-669-2425 Rochester, WA 800-304-4421 Portland, OR 800-950-7779 Eugene, OR 800-826-9811

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Power Station Will Alleviate Fears of Significant Energy Shortfall in Region

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The HRSGs which will generate steam for the power station, were built overseas and shipped into the Port of Houston. The cranes lifted one module into place per day — weather permitting — beginning in June. “The lifting of these modules into place are among the first of the heavy lifts of equipment at the site,” said Russ Cochran, Entergy’s project director for the MCPS construction. “They are a bit more complicated than a normal lift, in that it takes three cranes in coordination to lift these modules into place.” The modules are not the only heavy items on site. The large crane will be kept around through the end of the year to assist in the construction of the condenser and to lift the steam turbine and generator pieces. All the other cranes are needed to move the structural steel, piping, and building materials. The MCPS will be a 993- megawatt combined cycle gas plant capable of producing enough energy to meet the average power needs of approximately 640,000 typical Texas homes. Its construction will provide more than 2,800 direct jobs in Texas and nearly $1 billion in economic activity for the regional economy, Cochran said. Some of the project materials include: • 2,000 tons of structural steel • 27,000 cu. yds. of concrete • 24,000 ft. of underground pipe • 105,000 ft. of above-ground pipe • 1.2 million ft. of wire and cable

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Montgomery County is one of the fastest growing regions in the nation. “Over the past several decades, billions of dollars in new investment and continuous job growth have powered the area, and we’re projected to grow by even more in the next several years.” But while the region is growing, the infrastructure is aging and without action, the region faced a shortfall of 700 megawatts in just a few years. For perspective, one megawatt can power 200 homes. By 2022, that figure jumps to 1.2 gigawatts. “The construction of the MCPS will

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modernize Entergy Texas’ generation fleet using new technology that provides a cleaner and more efficient source of power,” said Sallie Ranier, president and CEO of Entergy, Texas. “This efficient technology will benefit customers by providing a savings of approximately $1.7 billion over the next 30 years. “In addition to meeting customer needs, MCPS also will have a substantial impact on the Texas economy. An independent economic analysis by TXP Inc. estimates that construction alone is expected to generate an estimated $1 billion in economic activity across the state. Additionally, construction is expected to create a multiplier effect of more than 7,000 jobs (direct, indirect, induced). Entergy Texas Inc. provides electricity to approximately 458,000 customers in 27 counties. Entergy Corporation is an integrated energy company engaged primarily in electric power production and retail distribution operations. Entergy owns and operates power plants with approximately 30,000 megawatts of electric generating capacity, including nearly 9,000 megawatts of nuclear power. Entergy delivers electricity to 2.9 million utility customers in Arkansas, Louisiana, Mississippi and Texas. Entergy has annual revenues of $11 billion and nearly 13,700 employees.  CEG

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very few delays caused by the construction, because most of the pipe is going into private easements. Cecil said, overall, the response from homeowners and the community has been positive. “We have kept in close communication with property owners and local governments. We use an interactive website to allow affected residents to see when construction may be occurring near them.” According to Cecil, sending water through a pipeline instead of an open canal improves water quality. “Protecting water from variability of environmental factors means it retains its high quality when it arrives at municipal treatment plants, and the water can also be delivered year-round. Many open canals do not operate through the winter in Colorado. “Our mission at Northern Water is to provide water resources management, project operations and conservation services for project beneficiaries. This project meets that mission well.” One of the biggest challenges during construction involves the project surroundings. “Our commitment to protecting sensitive species has meant we have had to be very deliberate in our scheduling. That means we have to be nimble enough to deploy construction teams to ensure the protection of raptors and endangered species, while robust enough to get work completed on time. Through our work with partner agencies in the corridor, we have been able to accomplish those goals.” The project calls for more than 20 mi. of steel pipe. “We have a working area about 80 to 100-feet wide throughout the corridor,” said Cecil. “Most of the construction is open-trench, with significant reclamation work being performed after the pipe is installed. For most of the project, it’s a 36-inch pressure pipe, with a 32-inch pipe in the final couple of miles. “We’ve just completed a pair of river crossings, at St. Vrain Creek and the Little Thompson River. That meant diverting stream flows around the construction area and creating concrete encasements to protect the pipe and the banks of the rivers.” In early 2019, subcontractor Precision Boring Technology completed all the trenchless crossing installations. Finishing the task was considered a project milestone. “Trenchless crossings occurred at

roadways and railway crossings,” said Cecil. “There were 13 of them, ranging from about 50 feet to 200 feet. By going trenchless, we were able to minimize the impacts on neighbors and travelers. With those delicate crossings out of the way, crews can now be more efficient in installing pipe for the rest of the project.” Cecil noted that hand-tunneling was used to install the casing pipe, without interrupting traffic or closing down roadways. “Hand-tunneling is more laborintensive, but it makes it easier to adjust to and avoid existing utility lines. With a traditional method, conflict with those existing lines could have created problems. In addition, hand-tunneling allowed the contractor to address fluctuating groundwater levels in the area.” As for other work completed or in progress since construction began, said Cecil, “We have four cast-in-place structures planned on the project for tasks such as isolation metering and turnouts. One has been completed, and another is in construction. We have installed about 30 percent of the pipeline length, to date.” Regarding excavation, clearing and other activities required on the project, “We have developed property-specific reclamation plans on the project, and we have worked with each affected landowner to ensure we are meeting their expectations. We have been separating topsoil from other excavated materials at the time of construction to ensure the health of replacement landscaping.” Crews also are mindful of the elements during work on the pipeline. “In Colorado, weather is always a factor. We minimize our activities when soils are wet, but we have taken advantage of the area’s sunny winter days to make good progress, too.” Looking ahead, Cecil said a number of tasks remain. Gary Haas, construction manager of Garney Construction, said about 50,000 cu. yds. of dirt/material will be moved on the project, which includes excavated and additional fill materials. Equipment used on the job includes Cat 390 and 349 sized excavators and John Deere 644 and 624 sized loaders. Main materials used during construction include steel spiral welded pipe that’s pressure-rated for 150 to 250 psi for the waterline, and sand for pipe bedding. Haas said the river and road crossings are the most time-consuming,

because of all the technicalities involved. “At the river crossings, you have to deal with diverting both surface water and groundwater around the construction area and excavating the bedrock near the surface. At road crossings, you have to deal with existing utilities and public safety.” According to the official website, the SWSP II will traverse from Carter Lake south to the city of Boulder’s Boulder Reservoir Water Treatment Plant. The first 12 mi. will parallel the existing SWSP pipeline from Carter Lake to Saint Vrain Road near the Vance Brand Municipal Airport in Longmont. The remaining 8 mi. will head south and west to the Boulder Reservoir Water Treatment Plant. Northwest Pipe Company, the largest manufacturer of engineered steel pipe water systems in North America, was selected to provide a combined total of 108,400 ft. of pipe for the project. “We are very pleased to be working with Garney Construction Company to help provide vital water infrastructure to the Northern Colorado Water Conservancy District,” company CEO Scott Montross stated in a news release. The typical installation depth will be 5 ft., meaning from the top of the pipeline to the ground surface will be 5 ft. of backfill and soil. The installation depth will vary depending on design factors that include soil conditions, existing utilities in the area and future planning areas. The minimum depth of cover of the pipeline will be 4 ft. The pipeline will operate at various pressures, typically between 100 to 250 lbs. psi. Engineered steel will be used to construct the pipe itself, which will be designed to withstand any transient pressures and surges that could occur within the line. The pipeline will go through a number of quality control checks, be hydrostatically tested to a pressure above the operating pressure and be installed to protect other utilities, hazards and property around the pipeline. It will be protected from corrosion through a cathodic protection system that is continuously monitored, and will automatically shut down if a leak is detected. The stretch of steel pipe will provide improved water quality, increased delivery reliability and, during certain times of the year, will be the primary source of raw water for those served by the project. Work on the pipeline is expected to be substantially completed by February 2020.  CEG

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Toro’s New Underground Construction Business Strategy The Toro Company announced that it is realigning the organizational structure for its underground construction businesses to better serve customers, maximize synergies and streamline costs. The company intends to combine certain aspects of the Ditch Witch, American Augers and Trencor businesses, all of which were part of the Charles Machine Works acquisition announced earlier this year. This realignment supports a streamlined approach to the marketing, sales and service functions of those businesses to more effectively support end customer needs. “We continue to be very excited about the expertise, knowledge and understanding of the underground business that the Charles Machine Works companies bring to our organization,” said Rick Rodier, group vice president, construction businesses of The Toro Company. “Throughout the ongoing integration process, we continue to be impressed by their market-leading position, strong product portfolio and best-in-class channel. It is these factors that have influenced our decision to concentrate on the Charles Machine Works’ product portfolio and brands in the underground product category going forward.” In a related strategic move, the company

has decided to wind down its Toro-branded large horizontal directional drill and riding trencher categories. With the addition of the Charles Machine Works companies to The Toro Company family of brands, there are many opportunities to leverage their strength in the underground market, while maximizing efficiencies and cost benefits. These actions are very much aligned with the broader integration plan and will allow the company to rationalize its product offering in the underground construction market quickly and efficiently. The Toro brand will continue to serve the growing rental and specialty construction markets with industryleading Dingo compact utility loaders, concrete and masonry mixers, compaction equipment, and tree and specialty turf products. Since closing on the acquisition, integration and the resulting synergies are progressing as planned, according to Toro. These strategic initiatives have been put in place to generate even greater efficiencies, while enabling the company to allocate resources to both the Toro and Charles Machine Works brands effectively. The moves also align with the company’s commitment to accelerating profitable growth, while extending its legacy of excellence. 


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By Giles Lambertson

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Construction Equipment Guide has been a trusted source of information about new and used pieces of equipment, construction industry issues, and public and private sector projects. Industry pros depend upon the publication to stay abreast of equipment news. The Buyers Guide reflects that marketplace experience. This Buyers Guide focuses on machinery that has been engineered to drill horizontally, instead of vertically, or to dig trenches. Trench safety equipment also is a focus. Specifically, the guide examines horizontal directional drills (HDD), seated and walk-behind trenchers, and trench boxes inserted in excavations to protect workers from collapsing earthen walls. Directional-drilling rigs are steerable, trenchless digging machines that create tunnels for pipes or lines, which are subsequently pulled into place without disturbing surface soil, pavement or ground level structures. Trenchers are open ditch-diggers for putting pipe in the ground (whether cross-country oil lines or sprinkler systems), and laying underground power lines and telecommunication cables. Construction, industrial, municipal and landscape applications are common.

Directional drills date from the 1930s and came out of the vertical oil drilling industry. Widespread application of the principle of lateral drilling didn’t occur until the 1970s. In the 1980s and ’90s, manufacturers began to apply new electronic technologies to the steerable drills and they became a mainstay piece of equipment. Some companies, such as Ditch Witch and Vermeer, downsized the concept by creating compact models. Trenchers were conceived even earlier, back in the 19th century, with most of them being designed for substantial excavations. Ditch Witch—Charles Machine Works as it was called then— again opted to develop machines for smaller-scale trench projects that typically were hand-dug. The company’s compact trenchers quickly became popular, both the walkbehind models and larger seated models. The guide is laid out to systematically introduce a reader to the two types of digging equipment and to safety systems deployed in trenching.

If You’re Buying A number of manufacturers produce horizontal directional drills and trenchers for the North American market. In evaluating the companies and products, the primary consideration should be matching a machine or system to conditions and size of your project. Some criteria to consider: 1) What is the level of difficulty of your project(s)? Get what you need. A walk-behind or stand-on trencher with a 12 to 15 hp engine is perfect for burying a sprinkler system, while a 4WD 120-hp trencher with an ergonomic seat in the cab makes short work of long trenches. A 48-hp directional drill is compact and can drill under a sidewalk, whereas a 20-ton 200-hp drill 60,000-lbs. thrust can push a rod under a river. Understand the difficulty of your project or ongoing work and select a machine with enough oomph and versatility to do the job.

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2) How critical is dealer support during the life of a machine? HDD and trenching equipment are specialty machines highly calibrated to do the hard work of digging. They each have a long history of engineering advancement in the United States so dealership expertise is widespread. Besides the wear and tear on the primary machine, HDD units stress the extended drill stem sections operating in the drill hole. Bits wear out. Pumps and fluids and hoses are constantly utilized. Trenchers, too, operate in unforgiving conditions. All of this makes dealer support a high priority.

If You’re Renting/Leasing Even if you are a commercial HDD or trenching company, renting or leasing a drill or trencher can make sense, especially if the machine is only periodically employed. For a one-off project, renting a specialty digging machine for the duration of the job certainly makes sense. Renting a trench box also is a reasonable option unless such boxes are used regularly. Consider this:

Horizontal Drill or Trencher 1) Do not rent more machine than you need. If a compact walk-behind trencher will do your work, don’t contract for a larger seated model… just because. Or if a 2.5-in. tunnel will handle the water lines you want to install, don’t opt for a 100-hp HDD unit that bores 4-in. tunnels. Right-sizing not only will save you money at the rental house, it is apt to lower operating costs. Also, the larger the machine, the more sophisticated it is apt to be and greater the odds some component will fail. If a dealer or rental office doesn’t have the unit you need, shop around. 2) Try to anticipate how terrain and space will impact your use of the machine. Obviously, a more compact HDD machine or trencher will function better in cramped quarters, but other characteristics of a job site can come into play. Is there an embankment in the path of a trench? Where the two planes meet, the size and configuration of a trencher could recommend it over another to navigate the transition. Are there trees along the route of the trench or horizontal tunnel? The presence of roots could require more horsepower or the use of a heavier machine.

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Trench Box 1) How deep a hole or trench will people be working in? OSHA requires a protective system in any excavation 5 ft. deep and deeper. Anything shallower than 5 ft still requires OSHA check-off, even if all that is needed is benching or sloping of the sidewalls. So, if you are digging down at least 5 ft., plan on inserting some kind of protective system like a trench box to protect anyone in the hole. 2) What type of soil will be excavated? Stability of the walls of an excavation are affected by the condition of the material around the hole. Sandy soil obviously is unstable, but so is earthen soil permeated by rocks which can reduce cohesion in a sidewall. Is the ground unusually moist? If so, a trench box can protect against a watery wall suddenly giving away with a whoosh. 3) Will the box have to deal with unusual ground pressure? Is the dead weight of a building bearing down on the soil adjacent to a trench or pit? If so, seemingly stable walls of a new excavation can give way under the pressure. Trench boxes come in various thicknesses and heights so that an engineer or competent person can match a box to a potential pressure threat. 4) Do you have equipment large enough to lift and place a box? Even if a trench or pit is relatively narrow — 4 ft. across — the type of soil and other conditions can call for insertion of a heavy, reinforced box. Can your excavator or other piece of equipment lift the box? A common formula for determining this is that a box weigh no more than one-fifth of the weight of the machine doing the lifting. SEE GUIDE PAGE 52


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What You Can Expect to Pay Trenchers and horizontal directional drills are not general purpose machines. It follows that pricing of the machinery — particularly heavier models — can be high-end, reflecting the relatively low volume of usage. Hereafter are categories of prices for new and used equipment: New • Trenchers - Walk-Behind models can be purchased for under $20,000. - Ride-on models with 60 to 70 hp are priced under $80,000. - Large ride-on models with quad tracks cost $225,000 to $250,000. • Horizontal Directional Drills - Small HDD units with 25-hp and 4,000 lbs. of thrust can cost $75,000. - Midsize HDD with 125 hp and 28,000 lbs. of thrust can cost $300,000. - Huge HDD machines with 600 hp and 360,000 lbs. of thrust cost close to $1,000,000. Used For used machines, the year of manufacture, number of engine hours, and general condition are factors. Hereafter are some general pricing guidelines for trenchers and directional drills with 1,200 or fewer operating hours: • Trenchers - Walk-behind models in generally good condition are available for under $10,000. - Ride-on trenchers (60-hp) in good condition are available for under $50,000. - Larger ride-on models in good operating condition can cost less than $180,000. • Horizontal Directional Drills - Small HDD machines with 25 hp and 4,000 lbs. of thrust are priced under $50,000. - Midsize HDD units with 125 hp and 28,000 lbs. of thrust are priced under $200,000 - Larger HDD models with 365 hp and 220,000 lbs. of thrust are available at $600,000. • Trench Boxes Unlike machines that are comprised of moving parts requiring lubrication and fueling, steel and aluminum boxes are static pieces of equipment. While they can be dented and joining pieces rusted to the point of replacement, they are not as subject to

breakdowns as are machines. Pricing of used boxes is straight forward and comparisons easily made. Two examples of cost: A new 8 by 24-ft. steel trench box with 5-in.-thick walls can cost $15,000. A used 4 by 16-ft. box with 5-in.-thick walls can cost $6,000. Rent/Lease Prices are determined by local demand and the volume of rental competition in an area. • Trenchers - A walk-behind model could cost $150 to $200 a day, $450 to $600 a week, and $1,000 to $1,800 a month. - A midsize ride-on drill could cost $300 to $400 a day, $1,200 to $1,400 a week, and $3,200 to $4,200 a month. - Quad models rent for $750 to $850 s day, $2,000 to $2,800 a week, and $6,500 to $8,500 a month. • Horizontal Directional Drills While these machines are rented and leased, it is not in the same volume as trenchers, so comparison shopping is sketchier. Dealers are more apt than rental agencies to have inventory for rent. Shop

around. • Trench Boxes One example of rental pricing: An 8 by 16-ft. box with 4-in.-thick walls rents for $110 a day, $320 a week and $950 a month.

Tips on Inspecting an HDD/Trencher These are purpose-built machines unsuitable for general utility work, so inspecting a drill involves specialty knowledge. Ask an expert along for your inspection to help you evaluate the underlying condition. Things to consider in inspecting a used drill or trencher: Directional Drill 1) Is the frame intact and not misaligned? The forces that come into play on a horizontal directional drill are varied and unusual. The HDD carriage carries the bulk of pressure as it thrusts the rotating string forward and pulls it back in the reaming operation. Closely examine the carriage’s gearing and hydraulic cylinders for soundness. A lot depends on their integrity.

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We all know what a smooth-starting and -running engine sounds like. Take a mechanic along to help identify what ails a ragged-running engine. Stress the motor and see if it responds without complaint. Hydrostatic pumps are critical…and expensive. If pressure readings are marginal or the fluid is dirty, you might want to pass on the machine. 4) Was the machine well-maintained? Grease zerks should be dirty, suggesting grease has regularly been pumped into them. Dry, rusty zerks suggest casual maintenance. A dent or gouge or another suggestion of abuse might mean nothing if the overall condition of the machine is good. Accidents happen, after all, but evident neglect in servicing the trencher can be a red flag.

Specs and Features to Consider on HDD’s/Trenchers Buyers and renters have lots of choices on these machines, from microtrenchers to 18-ton directional drills. But even within a certain range of trencher or HDD units, manufacturers offer variations. Hereafter are some of the variables in the market: 1) Horsepower The popular range of engine sizes and, in the case of horizontal directional drills, the range of thrusting power is quite broad. For example, Vermeer’s lineup of horizontal directional drills runs from a 48-hp model producing less than 8,000 lbs. of thrust to a 200-hp model with 60,000 lbs. of thrust. Need something more forceful? American Augers offers, for example, a 765-hp HDD unit with 1.1 million lbs. of thrust. In trenchers, the market also is wide-ranging, from 5.5-hp models with 6-in. cuts to 275-hp machines opening trenches more than 2 ft. wide. All of which means buyers of trenchers and drills should be able to find optimum-sized equipment for their needs. SEE GUIDE PAGE 54

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2) Are tracks and other undercarriage components worn out? The tracks carrying the HDD do not propel the machine forward and back with any speed, but they do support a heavy machine and maneuver it into place. The undercarriage components and the machine’s frame are stressed during their supporting work. Look for cracks or other indications of weakness in these core components. 3) Examine the hydraulic system for wear and leakage. Hydraulics gives the HDD its authority as it powers through the ground. Keeping the fluid flowing is the work of hoses, fittings and valves, all of which can fail. Hoses are worn down by rubbing against an adjacent component. Fittings lose their seal. O-rings begin to leak. If such failures seem widespread, it suggests poor maintenance. 4) Check anchors and stabilizers for signs of stress. Once an HDD unit is driven into position, it assumes a working stance, which is a forward tilt toward the ground. This plane is what the drill and trailing pipe follow as the drilling process ensues. The machine is held in place by hydraulically powered anchors driven into the ground. All anchors and stabilizers should fit and slide snugly. 5) Examine drill pipe and down-hole tools for excessive wear. Reamers, bits, pulling head — and the pipe itself — are the tools that make HDD functional and directional. In examining a drill, take a look at the assortment of tools that are part of the deal. If they are worn out, the expense of replacing them should be factored into the purchase price. Their condition also can be a clue about how the machine was operated. Trencher 1) Check the boom for condition of bearings and uneven wear. The working end of the trencher — that is, the actual digging boom — is subject to a variety of pressures. If excessive looseness is evident, it is a sign that bearings or wear plates need replacement. If uneven wear is evident on the boom, it might indicate poor operator skill that stressed the component. 2) Examine the teeth and rollers on the digging chain. The cups, or teeth, on the digging chain take the brunt of abrasive interaction with soil and, naturally, wear out. They are meant to be replaced, but it is a plus on a second-hand machine if they are not yet worn down. Examine the rollers for even wear and the chain for signs of stressed points about to give way. 3) Try to determine soundness of engine and hydrostatic pump.


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2) Trencher Tracks/Tires Walk-behind trenchers ride the turf either on rubber tracks or tires. As the trencher models grow larger, the choice of propulsion system changes to include quads — that is, four tracks instead of four tires. Rubber-tired machines are the original mode. Tracks spread ground pressure and can be less damaging to lawns. The tires or tracks on left and right sides of some trenchers are offset and of different sizes / lengths specifically to give a machine more maneuverability. Quad track systems on large trenchers provide additional traction, which is critical in marginal ground conditions. The more you know about how you will use your trencher, the easier the undercarriage decisions. 3) Trencher Versatility/Attachments As trencher models grow in size and horsepower, some models evolve into purpose-built tractors with a variety of ground-piercing attachments. One tool is the vibratory plow, which is used to bury fiber communications cable and other utilities. The plow is a vertical knife-edged component that vibrates to ease its passage through soil. A rockwheel attachment is better for more problematic soils and for pavement. The wheel’s spinning, hardened blade will cut through what other systems cannot. Other attachments for large trenchers include a backfill blade and mounted reels for fiber optic lines. Trenchers are not all-purpose machines, but they can be configured for specific tasks. 4) Control Systems Along with other construction and utility machines, trenchers and directional drills have gotten smarter—that is, engineered for more intelligent and self-regulating operation. Even the smallest walk-behind trenchers are reliably allhydraulic. As the machines grow larger, controls automatically optimize ground speed for productivity, self-control the dig depth according to engine rpms, idle down the engine when work is paused, and so on. On smaller HDD units, operators sit in ergonomic seats. Larger directional drills have heated and air-conditioned cabs and video cameras connected to LCD monitors that immerse an operator in information. In your shopping, compare control systems.

How to Evaluate Trench Boxes A trench box ultimately is evaluated by how well it can withstand the force of

a collapsed wall of earth. They are engineered for strength. Buyers or renters of the boxes should pay attention to: 1) Dimensions The walls of trench boxes generally range from 4 to 30 ft. in length and in height from 4 to 10 ft. The thickness of the wall plate ranges from 3 to 9 in. An engineer or OSHA competent person can determine the right combination of dimensions that will produce a safe work zone for employees in the excavation. 2) Excavation conditions Soil composition is the critical ingredient in predicting the potential for collapse of a side wall. Sand, solid rock, gravel, a mixture of soil and rock—and the moisture content of the material—all will dictate the level of danger is in the hole. Trench boxes are engineered for each soil condition. 3) Box metallurgy Unlike shoring materials — which can be hydraulic or timber — trench boxes are fabricated of metal. Generally, they are made of steel or aluminum. Each has its place. Loose or wet soils sometimes cannot support a steel trench box and aluminum is the better choice. Steel is more suitable for deep and firm excavations. 4) Trench Safety Trench boxes and other shielding systems are sold and rented from many locations coast to coast. What doesn’t come with the boxes is a handy list of safety measures to take in using the boxes. National Trench Safety and a few other companies offer excavation safety classes for contractors. Enrolling in one is a good idea.

A Selection of Manufacturers Horizontal Directional Drill 1) American Augers — This Ohio company is part of the Charles Machine Works family of companies of Oklahoma, which spawned Ditch Witch trenchers. All the companies became part of Toro this year. The firm manufactures heavyduty directional drills. 2) Ditch Witch — Part of Charles Machine Works (see above), this American company’s HDD line ranges from a 25-hp compact JT5 model designed for shallow installations on up to the JT100 all-terrain drill, a 270-hp unit with 100,000-lb. pullback force.

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control model. They range in horsepower from 13 hp to 127-hp. Trench Box 1) Efficiency Production—The Michigan firm is part of Arcosa Shoring Products. It builds assorted types of shielding products for contractors and municipalities, including a custom build-a-box system, the latest such product being an octagon for manhole work. 2) Felco — This Montana company fabricates excavator equipment, including steel trench boxes. The boxes come either in flat-bottom or knife-bottom designs and are built of 572-59 high-strength low alloy with a tensile strength of 60,000 psi.

3) GME Trench Protection Specialists — Another Michigan firm, the company has built shielding products for a half century. It has both aluminum and steel boxes plus a unique steel-wrapped aluminum box that is more easily lifted and moved. 4) Kundel Industries — This family-owned Ohio company has built boxes since 1987. It has aluminum and steel products, including a box comprised of independently moveable vertical aluminum panels that slide up and down to create pipe openings at the bottom. 5) Loveman Steel & Fabricating — Another Ohio manufacturer, Loveman dates from 1931 and fabricates steel products for construction and utility markets and a host of other industries. The boxes can be custom-built for individual customers. 6) Pro-Tec Equipment — Another Arcosa Shoring Products company, Pro-Tec was founded 24 years ago. It builds steel and aluminum boxes with walls up to 8 in. thick. Some are rated safe for “extreme projects” in terms of depth of dig. 7) Trench Shoring Company — This California company began building trench safety systems in 1973. It has engineered a “Flex-Shield” box with sidewalls bowed outward slightly in the middle. They reputedly are lighter than standard boxes, but as strong. CEG

Brief Summary Digging into the earth to plant pipes and telecommunication lines and water systems has become a high-tech undertaking. No more spading of dirt. Handy-sized trenchers now do the work and faster. Long-distance tunneling for pipes and lines is possible with horizontal directional drills. Lower-tech but as essential for human safety are the trench boxes that protect below-ground work areas. Never has it been so easy — and safe — to tear into terra firma. 

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3) Toro — This 105-year-old Japanese firm is a household name for turf and landscape products, but also offers two HDD models. A 72hp model (DD2226) produces 22,000 lbs. of thrust, while the 160hp DD4050 can thrust pipe with 40,000 lbs. of force. (Note that Toro is planning to phase out the production of its branded large HDD units, which includes DD2226 and DD4050 drills, and its RT600 and RT1200 riding trenchers.) 4) Universal — An Illinois company, Universal’s product line includes a dozen horizontal directional drills. The smallest is a 66-hp model with 12,000 lbs. of thrust requiring a 27 gpm mud pump, the largest a 44-ton, 600-hp drill creating 500,000 lbs. of force. 5) Vermeer — This Iowa manufacturer began in agriculture but today’s products range across various industries. It builds 12 directional drills, from a 48-hp unit with 7,800 lbs. of thrust to a 200-hp model that can push a drill string with 60,000 lbs. of force. Trencher 1) Ditch Witch — As noted previously, this Oklahoma firm has a special place in the compact trencher industry having invented it. Today, it builds 7 walk-behind models, one stand-on model, six ride-on trenchers, three quads and a micro unit. 2) EZ Trench Groundsaws — This South Carolina company has been manufacturing small walk-behind trenchers since 1982. Three models range in size from 5 hp to 8 hp and create trenches 2 in. wide and up to 13 in. deep. 3) Ground Hog — The California manufacturer builds small auger machines and a trencher, the T4 model, which can slice into the earth either 12 in. or 18 in., depending on configuration. The T-4 can be set up to produce a 3-in.-wide trench or a 4-in.wide trench. 4) Toro — The Japanese firm manufactures two ride-on trenchers, three walk-behinds and a vibratory plow. The largest model is the 121-hp RT1200, which rides on quad tracks. It is a 4WD and 4wheel-steering machine that can be switched to crab steering. 5) Vermeer — The Iowa manufacturer has a full lineup of trenchers, including three walk-behind models, five quad-track models (one with steel tracks), two vibratory plow units and a remote-


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Concert sponsors are Bobcat, Freightliner, Nesco Specialty Rentals and I Make America. More Food Options and Expanded Exhibit Pavilions ICUEE is a big show: adding to the convenience options at the show is a new food court patio area, featuring Louisville’s most iconic food trucks, with plenty of seating. The area will be conveniently located between the above ground demo lot (Area L) and the

lift and haul demo lot (Area N). A new Emerging Technologies Pavilion joins expanded Safety and Fleet Management exhibit pavilions on the indoor show floor. These pavilions help group specific types of exhibitors to make it even easier to spot what’s new, making them a “can’t miss” feature at ICUEE. The show’s closing Bourbon, Beer & Bites networking reception for all attendees offers complimentary tastings of the food and beverages of Louisville. The event is Oct. 3, from 2 to 3:30 p.m. in the Kentucky Exposition Center North Lobby. The event is sponsored by Louisville Tourism, Kentucky Exposition Center and Levy Restaurants. Record Breaker: Largest Ever ICUEE Show ICUEE 2019 will cover more than 30 acres of the industry’s latest technology and equipment;

hands-on equipment test drives; and interactive product demonstrations — with more than 240 product categories and more than 200 new exhibitors joining longtime favorites. They’re all there to help attendees find the right jobsite solutions. New and Expanded Education Take advantage of new and expanded learning opportunities from education on the show floor to interactive crisis-simulation planning: • Disaster-simulation labs with Desi Matel-Anderson, FEMA’s first and former chief innovation officer • Field classrooms where instructors are hands-on with equipment on the show floor • Eat and Learn workshops with Tuesday lunch and Wednesday breakfast and lunch For the latest information, visit www.icuee.com. 

Grant Moves Work Ahead…

Big Changes for U.S.-69/75 as Project Gets Green Light After years of planning, countless hours in the design room and input from the public, the U.S.-69/75 corridor in Bryan County is a giant step closer to a major reconstruction due to a federal FASTLANE Grant received in 2016. The contract was awarded by the Oklahoma Transportation Commission at its August meeting to Duit Construction of Edmond at more than $150 million, with a significant $62 million coming from federal funds. This was the third largest grant awarded in the nation during the grant cycle and is one of the highest amounts of federally awarded grants in the department’s history. The project has financial incentives for different milestones and early completion, made possible by the federal grant. The estimated three-yearlong project is anticipated to start as early as fall 2019 and will improve 4 mi. of this corridor just north of the Texas state line between Chickasaw Road in Calera and U.S.-70 in Durant.

“The massive changes made by the project will transform the area into a modern, expanded freight corridor…” Tim Gatz Department of Transportation

“We are seeing interstate levels of traffic in this area and the massive changes made by this project will transform it into a modern, expanded freight corridor,” said Tim Gatz, Oklahoma Secretary of Transportation and Oklahoma Department of Transportation executive director. “This is a critical step forward in Oklahoma’s transportation future. This modernization of U.S.69/75 means the highway will continue to grow as a major freight and travel corridor, especially as Texas continues its expansion

south of the Red River.” This project will improve accessibility on and off the highway, protect key interchanges, create one-way frontage roads and add a much-needed rail crossing to the four lanes of traffic, all to alleviate traffic congestion and improve safety. This was a competitive grant process, these needs lead to Oklahoma’s application being one of the 18 projects selected out of more than 200 submissions nationwide. The grant was a critical leg up to improving the commercial corridor.

“The current configuration simply can’t keep up with today’s heavy traffic demands, which is a concern not just for travelers but for the surrounding towns,” said Anthony Echelle, ODOT Division Two engineer. “We have a great opportunity to create a modern corridor capable of moving freight traffic efficiently and safely through the state without bogging down local communities.” ODOT’s investment in highways and bridges is a statewide effort and will continue to improve Oklahoma’s transportation infrastructure from state line to state line. Before the announcement of this grant, only the right-of-way acquisition and utility relocation phases for this segment of U.S.-69/75 were scheduled for Federal Fiscal Year 2023 and construction was not even included in ODOT’s Eight-year Construction Work Plan due to lack of an available funding solution. Due to the FASTLANE grant, the project was able to be advanced to this year. For more information, visit odot.org. 


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• ONLINE ONLY October 10, 2019 • ONLINE ONLY October 17, 2019 BIG IRON www.bigiron.com 800-937-3558 • ONLINE ONLY September 4, 2019 • ONLINE ONLY September 11, 2019 • ONLINE ONLY September 18, 2019 • ONLINE ONLY September 25, 2019 DAVIS AUCTIONS, INC. www.davisauctionsinc.com 203-758-4087 • Prospect, CT Sat., September 28, 2019 For: Construction Auction DEANCO AUCTIONS www.deancoauction.com MS: 601-656-9768 AL: 334-693-2540

• Philadelphia, MS September 25 - 26, 2019 For: Huge 2-Day Public Auction FREY & SONS, INC. www.freyandsons.com 419-455-3739 • ONLINE ONLY Wed., September 11, 2019 For: Paving & Excavating Equipment HENDERSON AUCTIONS www.hendersonauctions.com 225-686-2252 • Livingston, LA September 12 - 14, 2019 For: 3-Day Fall Public Auction HESS AUCTIONEERS www.hessauctioneers.net 866-511-2493 • Marietta, PA Fri., October 18, 2019 For: Trucks, Trailers & Equipment

• Pelzer, SC Wed., September 25, 2019 For: East Coast Public Auction • Omaha, NE Wed., October 2, 2019 For: Absolute Auction – Major Electrical Contractor • Stanton, TX Wed., October 9, 2019 For: Permian Basin Unreserved Public Auction • Brooklyn, MS November 8 - 9, 2019 For: Late Fall Construction & Transportation Public Auction J.J. KANE AUCTIONEERS www.jjkane.com 856-764-7163 • ONLINE ONLY Fri., September 6, 2019 For: Construction, Utility Equipment and more

• Seven Valleys, PA Tues., October 8, 2019 For: Farm & Construction Equipment Auction

• TIMED ONLINE September 4 - 11, 2019 For: Construction & Woodworking Auction

MOTLEYS ASSET DISPOSITION GROUP www.motleys.com 1-877-MOTLEYS

• Litchfield, MN Thurs., September 5, 2019 For: AgIron Litchfield Event

• Richmond, VA Wed., September 11, 2019 For: Construction Equipment & Trucks Auction PURPLE WAVE AUCTION www.purplewave.com 866-608-9283 • ONLINE ONLY Wed., September 4, 2019 For: Vehicles & Equipment Auction • ONLINE ONLY Thurs., September 5, 2019 For: Construction Equipment Auction • ONLINE ONLY Tues., September 10, 2019 For: Government Auction • ONLINE ONLY Wed., September 11, 2019 For: Ag Equipment Auction • ONLINE ONLY Wed., September 11, 2019 For: Landess Estate Auction • ONLINE ONLY Thurs., September 12, 2019 For: Truck & Trailer Auction

• ONLINE ONLY Wed., September 11, 2019 For: Gov Exchange

• ONLINE ONLY Wed., September 18, 2019 For: Vehicles & Equipment Auction

• Rome, NY Sat., September 14, 2019 For: Construction, Utility Equipment and more

• ONLINE ONLY Thurs., September 19, 2019 For: Construction Equipment Auction

• ONLINE ONLY Fri., September 20, 2019 For: Construction, Utility Equipment and more

• ONLINE ONLY Tues., September 24, 2019 For: Government Auction

• Verona, KY Thurs., September 26, 2019 For: Construction, Utility Equipment and more JM WOOD AUCTION COMPANY www.jmwood.com 800-447-7085 • Montgomery, AL September 17 – 19, 2019 For: 3-Day Truck, Construction and Forestry Equipment Auction L&L EQUIPMENT SALES www.landleq.com 615-793-8830 • LaVergne, TN Sat., September 14, 2019 For: Join us on site or online through www.proxibid.co

I.R.A.Y. AUCTION www.iraymn.com 320-968-7230

McGREW EQUIPMENT COMPANY www.mcgrewequipment.com 888-311-2811

• Foley, MN Fri., September 13, 2019 For: Heavy Equipment, Truck & Trailer Auction

• Seven Valleys, PA Tues., September 10, 2019 For: Farm & Construction Equipment Auction

RITCHASON AUCTIONEERS INC. www.ritchason.com 800-806-3395 • Lebanon, TN Sat., September 7, 2019 For: Heavy Equipment & Truck Auction • ONLINE ONLY Thurs, October 17, 2019 For: Heavy Equipment & Truck Auction RTI AUCTIONS www.teitsworth.com 585-243-1563 • Dalton, NY Tues., September 10, 2019 For: Lawson Sand & Gravel Retirement Auction STEFFES GROUP INC. www.steffesgroup.com 701-237-9173 • TIMED ONLINE September 2 - 9, 2019 For: AgIron Sioux Falls Event • TIMED ONLINE Closing September 4, 2019 For: Hawley Elevator Co. Equipment Auction

• Williston, ND Thurs., September 5, 2019 For: JTI Inc Fabrication & Construction Equipment Auction • TIMED ONLINE Closing September 9, 2019 For: Valley Tire Inventory Reduction Auction • Mt. Pleasant, IA Tues., September 17, 2019 For: Steffes Truck Auction • TIMED ONLINE September 20 - 25, 2019 For: Steffes Auction Upper Midwest Locations VANTAGE AUCTIONS www.vantageauctions.com 951-228-9040 • Lake Elsinore, CA Sat., October 12, 2019 For: Heavy Construction Equipment and more WAUSAU ACTIONEERS www.wausauauctioneers.com 800-432-1922 • Merrill, WI Fri., September 6, 2019 For: Annual Fall Equipment Auction WAYNE PIKE AUCTION COMPANY www.waynepikeauction.com 763-389-2700 • Princeton, MN Sat., September 14, 2019 For: Heavy Equipment Auction WESTERN CONSTRUCTION AUCTIONS INC. www.wca-online.com 866-731-7760 • Chino, CA Fri., September 13, 2019 For: Offsite Public Auction WILSON’S AUCTION SALES, INC. www.wilsonsauction.com 302-422-3454 • Harrington, DE Sat., September 21, 2019 For: Mid-Atlantic Fall Equipment Auction WSM AUCTIONEERS www.wsmauctioneers.com 623-936-3300 • Phoenix, AZ Sat., September 14, 2019 For: Live Public Auction YODER & FREY HEAVY EQUIPMENT AUCTIONS www.yoderandfrey.com 419-865-3990 • Findlay, OH Thurs., September 26, 2019 For: Heavy Equipment Auction • Kissimmee, FL Wed., October 30, 2019 For: Heavy Equipment Auction


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Iron Bound Hosts Big Two-Day Auction in Seminole, Texas

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ontractors, farmers and ranchers descended on Seminole, Texas, Aug. 20 to 21 for Iron Bound Auction’s two-day equipment sale. This was the second-biggest sale in the company’s history. A huge selection of construction and oilfield equipment was available to both online and in person bidders. The company reports approximately 275 people were on hand, while 600 bidders were active online. Iron Bound, which was founded in 2015, has become a major source of equipment in West Texas. Seminole is centrally located for the oilfields to the south and the agricultural region to the north. The company appreciates both its consignors and buyers, old and new and strives to improve the auction experience for all with auctions held in Odessa and the Amarillo area. For more information, visit ironboundauctions.com.  CEG

Iron Bound’s huge selection of big trucks brought Carlos Navarette (L) and Cruz Ortega to Seminole from Hobbs, N.M. They are launching a trucking company, Big N Logistics. Contractors, farmers and ranchers converged on Seminole, Texas, for a huge two-day Iron Bound equipment auction on Aug. 20.

A great selection of motorgraders and backhoe loaders was among the heavy equipment available to bidders at Iron Bound’s big sale. This Deere 624H was just what Corny Penner needed for his farm and metal building business. Penner farms several thousand acres of cotton and runs Penner Metal Buildings of Seminole.

Ranchers Autumn and David Hines of Lovington, N.M., were shopping for a skid steer to be put to use on Blue Moon Ranch. They would later bid on the Cat 246D.

Jacob Teichroeb of Handy Equipment Sales checks out a Cat CS433E vibratory drum roller,which would later be auctioned at the Iron Bound sale.

Hundreds of onsite bidders battled for needed equipment along with the usual strong showing from online buyers.

(L-R): Cotton and peanut farmers David Fehr, Jacob Martens and Peter Froesse all seemed interested in the SVL 75 track loader.


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Ritchie Bros. Sells More Than $45M in Houston Ritchie Bros. sold more than 5,300 equipment items for more than $45 million at its latest Houston, Texas, auction on Aug. 20 to 21. More than 7,250 people registered to bid in the two-day auction, including more than 5,850 registering to participate online. United States’ buyers purchased approximately 88 percent of the equipment, including 47 percent purchased by Texas buyers, while international buyers from such countries as Australia, Germany and Vietnam purchased 12 percent of the equipment. Online buyers purchased 61 percent of the assets. “We had record crowds for our Houston auction this week, resulting in a couple of good auction days,” said Alan McVicker, regional sales manager, Ritchie Bros. “We were able to build strong momentum for this sale as a result of an early consignment from wellknown local contractor Glenn Fuqua, who was doing a complete dispersal of his construction division. We ended up with more than 7,250 equipment items from 608 consignors in this week’s auction, which is a record for August. We also had 118 items from Texas in our weekly IronPlanet auction on Aug. 22.” McVicker continued, “Our Houston auction also featured a great package of workover rigs and well service support equipment for Martex Well Services LLP. Both Glenn Fuqua and Martex were very pleased with the results we achieved for them. Thank you to all the sellers and buyers in this week’s Houston sale.” Equipment highlights in the Houston auction included more than 335 truck tractors; more than 315 trailers; more than 330 aerial work platforms; more than 90 excavators; more than 90 skid steers; more than 60 loader backhoes; more than 45 dozers; more than 25 cranes; and more. All items were sold without minimum bids or reserve prices. Close to 100 items were sold for Glenn Fuqua Inc. in the Houston auction. “The auction went very well for us — we were pleased with the equipment prices and the way all the Ritchie Bros. employees handled our business. We couldn’t be happier,” said Glenn Fuqua. “I’ve been working with Ritchie Bros. for decades and have become

very good friends with some of their employees. I’ve been in the highway construction business for 46 years would not hesitate to recommend Ritchie Bros. to any contractor. They are outstanding.” Specific sales highlights: • A 2016 John Deere 470G hydraulic excavator sold for $190,000 • A 2015 John Deere 410E 6x6 articulated dump truck sold for $170,000 • A 2010 Rig Works Mustang 550 workover rig drilling rig sold for $170,000 • A 2017 Caterpillar 938M wheel loader sold for $155,000 • A 2009 Sandvik QJ340 crawler jaw

“We ended up with more than 7,250 equipment items from 608 consignors in this week’s auction…” Alan McVicker Ritchie Bros.

crusher sold for $150,000 • A 2018 Freightliner M2 S/A with Altec LR758 bucket truck sold for $110,000 • A 2014 Freightliner 108SD 2,000-gal. S/A asphalt distributor truck sold for $102,500 • A 2017 Kenworth W900 sleeper truck tractor sold for $102,500 Auction Quick Facts • Total gross transactional value — more than $45 million • Amount sold to online bidders — more than $27 million (61 percent) • Total registered bidders (in person and online) — more than 7,250 • Registered online bidders — more than 5,850 • Total lots sold — more than 5,300 • Number of sellers — more than 600 Ritchie Bros. currently has more than 50,000 equipment items, trucks and other assets listed for sale through its various marketplaces. The company’s next onsite auctions in Texas will be held in Fort Worth on Sept. 24 to 25 and Houston on Nov. 5 to 6. For more information, visit rbauction.com and ironplanet.com. 


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ADVERTISER INDEX To read articles about these CEG advertisers, visit www.constructionequipmentguide.com 4 RIVERS EQUIPMENT..............................................................................2 AAA TRUCK FINDERS TRANSPORTATION...........................................15 ACTIVE HEAVY DUTY COOLING..............................................................7 ALEX LYON & SON INC LAS VEGAS NV...............................................................................61 ASV ..........................................................................................................57 AUCTION BLOCK..................................................................................... 63 BARGAINS................................................................................................ 57 BELL TRUCKS AMERICA INC................................................................. 37 BOBCAT COMPANY................................................................................. 13 BOMAG AMERICAS INC.......................................................................... 29 CALVIN GROUP INC................................................................................ 10 CARLSON PAVING PRODUCTS INC......................................................26 CEG SCALE MODELS................................................................................6 CLASSIFIEDS........................................................................................... 57 COASTLINE EQUIPMENT........................................................................18 CONSTRUCTION EQUIPMENT GUIDE........................................36,46,58 DOMINION EQUIPMENT PARTS...............................................................5 DYNAPAC.............................................................................................32,33 ECCO EQUIPMENT..................................................................................12 EQUIPMENT AND TRUCKS INC............................................................List ESCO CORP............................................................................................. 24 FLANGE LOCK............................................................................................2 HENDRIX MACHINERY LLC...................................................................... 3 HITACHI EXCAVATOR.............................................................................. 47 HULTDINS MANUFACTURING.................................................................. 5 HYDREMA US INC......................................................................................7 HYUNDAI CONSTRUCTION EQUIPMENT........................................ 22,23 IEDA ............................................................................................................9 IRON BOUND AUCTIONS........................................................................63 JCB INC..................................................................................................... 43 JFW EQUIPMENT INC............................................................................. 28 JOHN DEERE............................................................................................64 JOHN DEERE SKID STEER.................................................................... 38 KOMATSU AMERICA CORP............................................................... 44,45 KUBOTA EXCAVATOR..............................................................................14 LEEBOY.....................................................................................................30

MAULDIN PAVING PRODUCTS...............................................................34 NPK CONSTRUCTION EQUIPMENT INC...............................................20 ROADTEC INC.......................................................................................... 27 SAKAI AMERICA INC................................................................................35 SCOTT EQUIPMENT................................................................................ 19 SO CAL SALES AND RENTALS.............................................................. 17 TAKEUCHI............................................................................................ 40,41 TORO.........................................................................................................49 TROPHY TRACTOR..................................................................................11 VANTAGE AUCTIONS.............................................................................. 63 VOLVO COMPACTION............................................................................. 26 VOLVO CONSTRUCTION EQUIPMENT................................................. 39 WACKER NEUSON.................................................................................. 21 WIRTGEN AMERICA................................................................................ 31 YANMAR AMERICA CORP.......................................................................42

PACIFIC NORTHWEST SUPPLEMENT CONSTRUCTION EQUIPMENT GUIDE................................................. 4,6 GORILLA HAMMERS..................................................................................1 LANDMARK EQUIPMENT.......................................................................... 7 MODERN MACHINERY..............................................................................3 ORION EQUIPMENT.................................................................................. 8 PACWEST MACHINERY............................................................................ 5 TRIAD MACHINERY................................................................................... 7

UTAH SUPPLEMENT ATLAS MACHINERY...................................................................................3 CENTURY EQUIPMENT.............................................................................3 CONSTRUCTION EQUIPMENT GUIDE.................................................... 6 GORILLA HAMMERS..................................................................................1 HOWE RENTAL & SALES.......................................................................... 3 KOMATSU EQUIPMENT CO......................................................................2 PIRTEK........................................................................................................ 7 RASMUSSEN EQUIPMENT CO.................................................................5 UTAH TRACK AND WELDING................................................................... 1 WESTERN STATES EQUIPMENT............................................................. 7 WHEELER CAT........................................................................................... 8

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Business Calendar To view our Business Calendar online, go to www.constructionequipmentguide.com. SEPTEMBER CRANE SAFETY COURSES NEW LOCATIONS! REGISTER TODAY! September 3-4, 2019 Crane Assembly & Disassembly Director Training – Orlando, FL September 5-6, 2019 Qualified Signal Person – Pasadena, TX September 5-6, 2019 Aerial Work Platform Operator & Inspector – Orlando, FL September 9-11, 2019 Forklift Train the Trainer – Orlando, FL September 9-13, 2019 Mobile Crane Operator – Houston, TX September 10-13, 2019 Mobile Crane Inspector – Cincinnati, OH September 16-20, 2019 Mobile Crane Operator Training – Pasadena, TX September 17-19, 2019 Rigging Inspector – Cincinnati, OH September 17-20, 2019 Overhead Crane Train the Trainer – Orlando, FL To register and for more information, please call or email Tiffany Alston. Telephone: 800/654-5640, extension 238. Direct: 321/710-4641. Email: talston@cranesafe.com

ASSOCIATED GENERAL CONTRACTORS (AGC) SAFETY MANAGEMENT TRAINING COURSE Dates: Wednesday, September 4, 2019 to Friday, September 6, 2019 Place: Boise, Idaho Training/Professional Development For more information, contact AGC. Telephone: 703/548-3118 Email: info@agc.org Fax: 703/548-3119

GREAT LAKES TIMBER PROFESSIONALS ASSOCIATION GREAT LAKES LOGGING & HEAVY EQUIPMENT EXPO Dates: September 5 to 7, 2019 Place: UP State Fairgrounds Miracle of Life Building Escanaba, Michigan Description: The Great Lakes Logging & Heavy Equipment Expo is a three (3) day expo that takes place in September throughout the Lake States region

of the United States. Over 200 indoor and outdoor exhibitors attend each year to showcase the best of the best when it comes to Log Splitters, Portable Sawmills, Compact Tractors & Logging Equipment, Chainsaw Carving, Wood/Pellet Stove Dealers and much, much more. For additional questions about the Great Lakes Logging & Heavy Equipment Expo: Telephone: 715/282-5828

AMERICAN PUBLIC WORKS ASSOCIATION (APWA) PWX PUBLIC WORKS EXPO Dates: September 8 to 11, 2019 Place: Washington State Convention Center 705 Pike Street, Seattle, Washington 98101 PWX 2019: It Starts Here! PWX provides a first-class multiDescription modal learning experience designed for professionals at all levels and across the entire spectrum of public works. Come prepared to see, hear, touch, and discuss in a variety of traditional and interactive sessions, seminars, workshops, and networking opportunities. Attendees can also spend time on North America’s largest exhibit floor for public works equipment and services – we’ve carved out generous portions of non-compete time, so you don’t miss any sessions. Kick tires and talk about technology or get the scoop on new products. You can even step in front of a video camera and tell your very own public works story. To take advantage of everything PWX has to offer with more than 5,000 public works colleagues from North America and beyond, meet us in Seattle! Register by July 8th and save $100! For more information on this Expo, contact APWA Offices: Kansas City Missouri Office Telephone: 816/472-6100; Fax: 816/472-1610; Toll Free: 800/848-APWA. Washington DC Office Telephone: 202/408-9541

ASSOCIATED GENERAL CONTRACTORS (AGC) CONSTRUCTION LEADERSHIP COUNCIL (CLC) LEADERSHIP DEVELOPMENT CONFERENCE Dates: Wed, Sept 11, 2019 to Fri, Sept 13, 2019 Place: Philadelphia, Pennsylvania For more information, contact AGC. Telephone: 703/548-3118. Fax: 703/548-3119. Email: info@agc.org.

WACKER NEUSON SKID STEER RODEO PRESENTED BY FRANKLIN EQUIPMENT Franklin Equipment’s Skid Steer Rodeo is coming to our Knoxville & Chattanooga markets for the 1st time! Join us for an exciting day of competition! 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: 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 Our 2019 theme is “Boots, Jeans and Clearwater Dreams.” Description: 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: Place:

September 13, 2019 to September 15, 2019 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: Place:

September 17 – 18, 2019 Suburban Collection Showplace Novi, Michigan 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 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: Place:

September 17, 2019 to September 19, 2019 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! 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: Place:

September 26, 2019 to September 28, 2019 Perdido Beach Resort Orange Beach, Alabama For more information, Telephone: 409/625-0206; Fax: 409/625-0207.

ASSOCIATION OF WOMEN CONTRACTORS SAVE THE DATE! AWC WOMEN’S RETREAT Date: September 27, 2019 to September 29, 2019 Save the Date for our Women’s Retreat Weekend at Grand View Lodge in Nisswa! The Retreat will be held at the Roy Lake Cottages at Grand View. For more information on the retreat, contact AWC at 1337 St. Clair Avenue, Suite 4, Saint Paul, MN 55105. Phone: 651/489-2221.

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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