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Walsh, Stantec Build $135M Complex for Calif. Military
Equipment Unveilings at Annual GIE+Expo...12
A WWII-era poster made in 1942 by Pittsburgh artist Howard Miller for the Westinghouse Company’s War Production Coordinating Committee as part of a series to support the war effort has become an iconic image of female knowhow and strength.
New School in Phoenix Honors Pat Tillman...22
Walsh Group photo Kirby-Smith Opens New Parts Warehouse...30
Table of Contents ....................4 Truck & Trailer Section....17-20 Recycling Section ............35-45 Attachment & Parts Section .... ........................................ 47-48 Business Calendar ................58 Auction Section ...............60-62 Advertisers Index ..................62
A new $135M consolidated California Military Department complex is being built in Rancho Cordova, Calif., for all branches of the department.
By Chuck Harvey
A new $135M consolidated California Military Department complex is being built in Rancho Cordova, Calif., for all branches of the department. The 285,000-sq.-ft,. multi-building campus will be home to all of the California Military Department’s “four pillars”: the California Army National Guard, California Air National Guard, California State Military Reserve and California Youth and Community Programs. The campus will sit on a 31-acre site adjacent to Mather Airport and will host a headquarters office building, warehouse, emergency operations center, utilities building, badging center and access control point. “This headquarters complex will go a long way toward ensuring the Military Department is an effective and energy-efficient force,” said Capt. Will Martin, spokesperson for the CMD. “Our leadership has worked closely with Walsh and Stantec throughout this process, and we believe this facility will set a standard for state agencies for years to come.” The California State Military Reserve has a headcount of nearly 1,300, according to a CMD spokesperson. About 20 states have such state guard or militia forces, which, unlike National Guard units, are wholly state controlled and cannot be federalized. The design-build team of Walsh Construction Co. II and Stantec are developing the military building complex.Walsh Construction Co. II is based in Concord, Calif. Stantec Construction has multiple offices including one in Sacramento, Calif. CEG CORRESPONDENT
see MILITARY page 56
Revisiting an Iconic Image in Construction By Lori Lovely CEG CORRESPONDENT
A WWII-era poster made in 1942 by Pittsburgh artist Howard Miller for the Westinghouse Company’s War Production Coordinating Committee as part of a series to support the war effort has become an iconic image of female know-how and strength. Commonly referred to as Rosie the Riveter, the image is actually titled “We Can Do It!” It pictures a woman wearing a red and white polka-dot bandana and blue coveralls flexes her bicep in a demonstration of ability and see ROSIE page 46
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2015 CAT 972M GP Bkt, Auto Lube, 26.5R 25 Tires, 10192 HRS - 2872 IDLE HRS VERY GOOD COND . . $157,000
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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
2016 John Deere 310SL, Stk#: 11976, OROPS, 4WD, 3,163 hrs., 92" Front Bucket, 18" Bucket, 60" Forks, 62" Frame, 2 Stick Control, 12.5x80x 18 Front Tires, 19.5Lx24 Rear Tire.......... $52,500
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
2014 John Deere 850K LGP, Stk#: 11850, EROPS, A/C & Heat, FM Stereo, 6 Way Blade, 3,596 hrs., 36" Pads, 14 ft. Wide.......... $129,500
2008 LinkBelt 210X2LF, Stk#: 11933, EROPS, 2012 JLG G5-18A, Stk#: 11893, 5,000 lbs., 18 ft., A/C & Heat, Long Reach Boom, 7,706 hrs., 58" 1,787 hrs., 48" Forks, 52" Frame, 305/700x16.5 Bucket, 32" Pads, 4 Cyl. Izusu Eng., 10' 6" Wide.. Foam Filled Tires, 4 Cyl. Perkins Eng...... $36,500 ................................................................ $69,500
2008 John Deere 310J, Stk#: 11935, OROPS, 4WD, 5,341 hrs., 24" Quick Connect Bucket, Aux. Hyd., 2 Stick Controls, 12x16.5 Front Tires, 19.5Lx24 Rear Tires................................ $29,500
2007 Genie S40, Stk#: 12034, 500 lbs., 40 ft., 710 hrs., 12x16.5 Tires, 3 Cyl. Deutz Eng $19,500
2014 Cat D6T LGP, Stk#: 11993, EROPS, A/C & Heat, Sweeps, 5,491 hrs., 36" Pads...... $149,500
2012 Cat TL1255C, Stk#: 11802, EROPS, A/C & Heat, 12,000 lbs., 55 ft., 3,909 hrs., ., 4WD, 60" Forks, 74" Tilt Frame, Hyd. Self Leveling System, 400/75R28 Tires, 4 Cyl. Cat Eng............. $89,500
2014 John Deere 700K LGP, Stk#: 11864, EROPS, A/C & Heat, FM Stereo, 6 Way Blade, 4,998 hrs., 30" Pads, 11 ft. Wide............ $99,500
2007 Case CX130, Stk#: 11987, EROPS, A/C & Heat, 6,112 hrs., 30" Bucket, 24" Pads, 8' 6" Wide ................................................................ $42,500
2018 Doosan DX63-3, Stk#: 11495, EROPS, A/C 2017 JLG 1932RS, Stk#: 11112, 500 lbs., 19 ft., & Heat, 295 hrs., 36" Quick Connect Bucket, 78" 1 hrs., 323x100 Solid Rubber Tires, Electric Push Blade, 16" Rubber Tracks, 4 Cyl. YanMar Eng Powered, Slide out Deck............................ $9,500 ................................................................ $66,500
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
2013 JLG /Skytrak 10054, Stk#: 11916, 10,000 2014 John Deere 650KLGP, Stk#: 11855, 2011 Volvo A25E, Stk# 11745, EROPS, A/C & lbs., 54 ft., 60" Forks, 74" Frame, 400x75x28 OROPS, 6 Way Blade, 2,624 hrs., 24" Pads, 9' 7" Heat, 6WD, 10,771 hrs., 25 Ton Cap., 23.5Rx25 Foam Filled Tires, 4 Cyl. Cummins Eng.. $59,500 Wide........................................................ $79,500 Tires..........................................................$98,500
2013 John Deere 27D, Stk#: 11983, OROPS, 1,443 hrs., 12" Quick Connect Bucket, 12" Rubber Tracks, 60" Push Blade, Aux. Hyd., 3 Cyl. YanMar Eng........................................................... $21,500
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
2013 John Deere 450J, Stk#: 11924, OROPS, 2000 Sterling 2000, Stk#: 11909, 2,000 Gal. Sweeps, Rear Screen, 6 Way Blade, 3,814 hrs., Water Truck, Cab, A/C & Heat, 174,192 Miles, 16" Pads, 8ft. Wide.................................. $42,500 11Rx24.5 Tires, Cat Eng......................... $26,500
2018 Terex TLB840R, Stk#: 11556, OROPS, 4WD, 2012 JCB 930, Stk#: 11876, 9,000 lbs., 15 ft., 48" New, 4 hrs., 24" Bucket, Ext-Hoe, Pilot Controls, 12x16.5 Front Tires, 500x70x24 Rear Tires, 4 Cyl. Forks, 70" Frame, L-2x15.5x25 Front Tires, Deutz Eng................................................ $59,500 14x17.5 Rear Tires.................................. $19,500
2014 Volvo SD115, Stk#: 11874, 84" Smooth Drum, 1,251 hrs., 23.1x26 Tires, 4 Cyl. Volvo Eng........................................................... $58,500
2015 Haulotte HA100JRT, Stk#: 11375, 500 lbs., 2006 Case 325, Stk#: 12006, EROPS, A/C & 100 ft., 1,026 hrs., 4WD, 8ft. Man Basket, JIB, Straight Boom, 445x65Dx22.5 Foam Filled Tires, 4 Heat, 5,152 hrs., 650x65Rx25 Tires, 6 Cyl. Cyl. Diesel Eng......................................... $79,500 Cummins Eng.......................................... $69,500
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
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2015 Cat 301.4C, Stk#: 11806, 273 hrs., 12" Bucket, Aux. Hyd., 50" Push Blade, 9" Rubber Tracks, 3 Cyl. YanMar Eng...................... $19,500
2014 Komatsu D61PX-23, Stk#: 11767, EROPS, A/C & Heat, FM Stereo, Sweeps, Side and Rear Screens, 6 Way Blade, 3907 Hrs, 34” Pads............ ................................................................ $99,500
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NEW STONE SLINGER OS7 SLINGS NON-STOP FOR MAXIMUM PRODUCTION
W.K. Dahms worked on its conveyor lift geometry, to give the OS7 an additional 3 degrees of incline on the throw conveyor. The OS7 Slinger finishes with an approximate discharge height of 150 in.
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EQUIPMENT UNVEILINGS ABOUND AT 2019 GIE+EXPO IN LOUISVILLE
LABOR DEPT. ISSUES FINAL OT RULE; GOES INTO EFFECT JAN. 2020
WIRTGEN NAMES BRANDT GROUP ITS CANADIAN DEALER
Encompassing more than 500,000 sq. ft. of indoor exhibit space along with a 20-acre outdoor equipment display and demonstration area, the trade show featured more than 1,000 exhibits.
The U.S. Department of Labor announced a final rule Sept. 24 to make 1.3 million American workers eligible for overtime pay under the Fair Labor Standards Act (FLSA).
The Brandt Group of Companies announces effective Dec. 1, 2019, it has been named the Canada-wide dealer for the full range of aggregate and road construction and maintenance products from the Wirtgen Group.
Telsmith hosted an Association of Equipment Manufacturers sponsored pancake and policy tour on Oct. 28, 2019, by inviting AEM members to come in and speak to Telsmith employees about the “I Make America” campaign.
In Phoenix, work is underway on a new school bearing the name of one of the nation’s most revered American heroes. Pat Tillman Middle School is a nearly 70,000 sq.-ft. building with 42 new classrooms, administrative offices and more.
Renovation of the existing 3.2 million-sq.-ft. convention center will begin in summer 2021 and the entire $1.52 billion development is expected to be completed in 2024.
Sullair held a ceremonial groundbreaking on Oct. 4 following the announcement of a $30 million capital investment to expand its North American operations and headquarters campus in Michigan City, Ind.
To celebrate the 10th season of Gold Rush on Discovery Channel and its new EC200E crawler excavator, Volvo Construction Equipment is giving the proceeds from the sale of its Gold Rush excavator to a nonprofit chosen by the public.
The Work Truck Show 2020 runs March 3 to 6 at Indiana Convention Center in Indianapolis, Ind. Educational sessions, Green Truck Summit and Manufacturer and Distributor Innovation Conference begin March 3.
The Simpson family has been in the equipment business for more than 50 years. Over those five decades, there has been a driving desire to make transactions easier for customers.
TELSMITH HOSTS AEM SPONSORED PANCAKE & POLICY TOUR
SULLAIR BREAKS GROUND ON NORTH AMERICAN HQ EXPANSION
REGISTRATION OPENS FOR THE WORK TRUCK SHOW 2020
MACK TRUCKS AUCTIONS ANTHEM TO BENEFIT NONPROFIT CAMP
MCCARTHY BUILDS NEW SCHOOL IN HONOR OF PAT TILLMAN
VOLVO GOLD RUSH EXCAVATOR SALE TO BENEFIT NONPROFITS
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The new warehouse is approximately 10,000 sq. ft,. including 8,500 sq. ft. of warehouse space. Randy Short, Inventory Control manager of KSM, will manage the facility, which employs a staff of three additional personnel.
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New Stone Slinger OS7 Works for Maximum Production Ground Solutions/Bedrock Slingers bills itself as “the Material Placement Guys” serving Colorado and a growing region around the state. What began as a single conveyor truck that Jordan Kamps purchased in 2003 has now grown into a fleet of 17 mobile material placement systems filling a unique niche in a wide range of construction applications. The truck fleet quickly became a popular solution with builders and concrete contractors placing gravel fill into foundations or spreading soil or woodchips on landscape projects. The high-speed conveyors off-load the truck by launching the material to the target area in a controlled stream up to 110 ft. away. The systems’ precise placement dramatically reduces time and costs for wheelbarrow labor with less waste and clean-up. The latest addition to Bedrock’s fleet, a Stone Slinger OS7 machine, takes the concept and its cost-savings even further. Self-Contained Slinging The OS7 at Ground Solutions/Bedrock Slingers is the first production unit of its kind from the originator of “slinging” technology. Scott Nelson, president of W.K. Dahms Mfg. Ltd, explains the difference in the OS7. “The traditional Stone Slinger mounts our hopper and high-speed conveyor system to our customers’ choice of truck chassis. The OS7’s built with the same “slinging” technology but without the truck. It’s a self-propelled all-terrain system we designed to stay on the job site until the project is done. Instead of running sorties to and from the gravel pit or soil supplier, it’s loaded from onsite stockpiles so it can place material continuously all day long.” Nelson estimates that, with efficient load-
a way to keep the Slinger slinging. With the material placing system stationed at the job site, they could then use the lowest cost method possible to deliver material to the site, then use available loading equipment to fill the hopper as it continues slinging material into place. “The idea was already out in the market, but we had some specific needs in mind. So, we went back to our source. The people at Dahms were willing to work with us, to build an all-terrain onsite Slinger system with the features and capabilities we were looking for.” The team in Colorado has a long history with W.K. Dahms, St. Jacobs, Ontario. “Most of the 14 units we have in service were built by Dahms,” Griess reported. “We tried other conveyor trucks in the past but those remaining units will be replaced with genuine Stone Slingers.”
The OS7 is fitted with a 7-yd. hopper with wings leading to a 19-ft. long high-speed throw conveyor. It can be loaded with an excavator, wheel loader or even a skid steer loader.
ing, the OS7 can accurately spread or place up to 1,800 tons of material in a single eighthour shift. The performance and cost-efficiency of the OS7 has opened new doors for Ground Solutions/Bedrock Slingers, now taking on major projects from Wyoming to Texas. Onsite Solution for Big Jobs With several large projects under way, Ground Solutions/Bedrock Singers is the
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right place for the OS7 to prove itself. For General Manager Justin Griess, the OS7 began with a question of how to optimize a return on their fleet investment. “The Slinger is a specialized piece of equipment,” he said, “So, naturally, you have more dollars attached to it than a basic dump truck. You want to keep it working on the site as much as possible.” Griess and Kamps brought their notion for a unit that stays on site to Nelson, looking for
Operators can reposition the OS7 on the site using a remote-controlled belt pack.
The Right Slinger for Every Job The traditional Stone Slinger trucks will continue to play a large role in the business of Ground Solutions/Bedrock Slingers. Truck platforms are still recommended for smaller projects, under 150 tons, or those that may require only a partial load, and for job sites that don’t have space available to stockpile material. Most urban residential jobs fall into that category, so Kamps sees the OS7 focused on industrial and commercial developments. The OS7 is fitted with a 7-yd. hopper and 26-in. wide live bottom belt, leading into 19ft. long high-speed throw conveyor. With its hydraulically operated wing extensions, the hopper receives material cleanly from larger excavators and loaders, with little spillage. see SLINGER page 52
With efficient loading, the OS7 can accurately spread 1,800 tons in a single eight-hour shift.
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Equipment Unveilings Abound at 2019 GIE+Expo in Louisville
he annual GIE+Expo Green Industry and Equipment Expo (GIE+Expo) was held Oct. 16 to 18 at the Kentucky Expo Center in Louisville, Ky. Sponsored by the National Association of Landscape Professionals (NALP), Outdoor Power Equipment Institute Inc. (OPEI) and Professional Grounds Management Society (PGMS) the GIE+EXPO is co-located with Hardscape North America, which is produced by Interlocking Concrete Pavement Institute and endorsed by the Brick Association and the National Concrete Masonry Association. Encompassing more than 500,000 sq. ft. of Case Construction Equipment’s Garrett Campbell (L) reviews features of the indoor exhibit space along with a 20-acre outdoor CX17C mini-excavator with Morgan equipment display and demonstration area, the Wade of Charles Henrick’s Landscaping. trade show featured more than 1,000 exhibits presenting the latest equipment, products and services (L-R): John Deere’s Celeste Swanson and Piotr Lizak greet geared toward the commercial landscaping and Christopher Miles and Brad Frasher of Miles Mowing and Lawn Care. maintenance industries. Tree climbing demonstrations and dealer focused educational workshops were offered throughout the three-day event. While the event included a series of free concerts sponsored by Stihl and featuring such crowd pleasers as Easton Corbin, Cassadee Pope and local Louisville favorites, the Crashers appearing on the Mercedes-Benz Vans Stage, the main stars at the event were the many new products and equipment introduced at the show. Among the host of introductions, new or upgraded equipment stand-outs included: • Avant introduced the 860i, its largest and most Bomag America’s Tom Watson, powerful loader to date; seen here with a BPR 35 / 60 • Bobcat chose GIE+Expo to publicly launch its compactor, spoke with atten- Bobcat’s James Crouch was on hand to discuss new line of sub-compact and compact tractors Avant Tecno USA’s Jani Kakela (L) dees about the company’s light the launch of the company’s sub-compact and which range from 21 to 58 hp and provide a pre- spoke with Robert Plasky of R&R equipment line, which includes compact tractors at the show. view of the new Bobcat L28, a small articulated Landscaping & Groundskeeping tampers for multi-purpose about the company’s new 860i, compactors to vibratory loader coming in early 2020; rollers. • Case introduced updates to its Super M 580 and articulated loader. 590 backhoe loaders; • Caterpillar introduced its D3 series compact track and skid steer loaders and 306 mini-excavator; • JCB introduced its 1CXT compact tracked backhoe; • Multi-One introduced upgrades to its 2.3 series mini-loader and the launch of the company’s EZ Series electric mini-loaders; • Toro introduced additional models in its 60V Caterpillar’s Greg Worley (L) discusses features Flex-Force lineup, its new TimeCutter zero-turn of the new 306 mini-excavator with Glen Zumstein mowers, new 60-in. TITAN mower and upgrades of Zumstein Landscaping at the show. its new Z Master 2000 series lineup; • ASV showcased two special edition machines: Kubota the Green Beast, a green and black version of the owner, RT-120 forestry compact track loader and the Black Russell Lyle Widow, a black and red version of the RT-40 among of Galati the industry’s smallest sit-in compact track loaders; Landscaping was and impressed • New Holland presented enhancements to its with the E37C compact excavator. handling of Drawing more than 20,000 professionals from all this Kubota segments of the outdoor power equipment and lawn U17 miniand garden industry, the show is the largest of its JCB Product Manager, Diego Butzke (L) talks with Richard Thieling excavator he kind in North America. The next GIE+Expo is of R&B Landscape Contractor about the company’s newly-introtried out at scheduled to be held Oct. 21 to 23, 2020. CEG duced 1CXT compact tracked backhoe. the show.
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Telsmith Hosts AEM Sponsored Pancake & Policy Tour Telsmith Inc., a manufacturer of mineral processing equipment, hosted an Association of Equipment Manufacturers (AEM) sponsored pancake and policy tour on Oct. 28, 2019, by inviting AEM members to come in and speak to Telsmith employees about the “I Make America” campaign to discuss the issues that are impacting the manufacturing industry. “We are proud to be a member of the Association of Equipment Manufacturers, and thrilled to be hosting an I Make America Pancakes & Policy event,” said Matt Haven, president, Telsmith Inc. “Grassroots programs like this help equipment manufacturers here in Wisconsin and across the country to advocate for pro-manufacturing policies that affect the entire industry and jobs right here at home. This is a great opportunity for our employees to learn more about our industry and its impact on the economy.” The day started with a pancake lunch and then speeches from a few AEM members discussing trade/tariffs, infrastructure and workforce development. During these speeches, AEM members also offered trivia questions with an opportunity for employees to win prizes. The tour ended with a Q&A session, factory tour, and also an option to sign up for I Make America. I Make America is the grassroots campaign of the Association of Equipment manufacturers which advocates for policies that support manufacturing jobs and help America’s equipment manufacturers compete globally. I Make America currently consist of more than 30,000 individuals from across the industry who opt-in to occasional policy updates and calls-to-action that can be engaged in via
direct emails or by visiting www.imakeamerica.com The equipment manufacturing industry supports goodpaying jobs in the United States and generates $159 billion each year to the economy. To encourage investment, job growth, and development and production of more equipment in the United States,
AEM advocates on behalf more than 1,000 members to urge elected officials to champion policies that create a globally competitive business environment, rebuilds our nation’s infrastructure, opens up foreign markets for equipment manufacturers in the United States, and keeps the U.S agricultural economy strong.
The day started with a pancake lunch and then speeches from a few AEM members discussing trade/tariffs, infrastructure and workforce development.
Sullair Breaks Ground on North American HQ Expansion Sullair held a ceremonial groundbreaking on Oct. 4 following the announcement of a $30 million capital investment to expand its North American operations and headquarters campus in Michigan City, Ind. Remarks heralding the significance of the project were given by Masakazu “Mike” Aoki, Hitachi executive vice president and Sullair chairman; Jack Carlson, president and CEO of Sullair; Luke Bosso, senior operations director at office of Indiana Gov. Eric J. Holcomb; and Michigan City Mayor Ron Meer. “In our nearly 55 years of business, this $30-million-dollar investment is one of our largest — if not the largest — on record,” said Carlson. “Many call LaPorte County one of the ‘compressor capitals of the world.’ We are confident this investment helps ensure LaPorte County maintains this reputation for generations to come.” “This day demonstrates Sullair and Hitachi are putting down even deeper roots in Michigan City,” said Meer. “We thank Sullair and Hitachi for providing 500-plus jobs to our community, on top of adding another 30 to 40 high paying jobs with competitive benefits and opportunities for progression upon completion of this project.” Following the remarks, the speakers par-
ing building, a canopied storage building and an additional parking lot for employees. The project also will reconfigure and optimize portions of the existing, primary 280,000-sq.-ft. manufacturing facility on the campus. Construction will create nearly 80 construction jobs with Tonn and Blank Construction. The project also will create more than 30 full-time jobs with Sullair. Sullair held a ceremonial groundbreaking on Oct. 4 following the announcement of a $30 million capital investment to expand its North American operations and headquarters campus in Michigan City, Ind.
ticipated in a ceremonial groundbreaking that also included Clarence Hulse, executive director, Economic Development Corporation Michigan City; Katie Eaton, president, Michigan City Chamber of Commerce; Larry Ballah, architect, Tonn and Blank; Pat Boy, Indiana State Representative, District 9; Don Przybylinski, president, Michigan City Council; Charlie Takeuchi, COO and executive vice president, Sullair; Mike Guido, CFO, Sullair;
Henry Tanaka, senior vice president, Global Operations and Product, Sullair; Chad McKeever, senior director of operations, Sullair; George Oudhuis, team lead, Sullair; and Ben Oudhuis, manufacturing engineer, Sullair. Dozens of dignitaries from city, county and state organizations joined to celebrate this significant moment in Sullair history. The expansion project includes the construction of a new 80,000-sq.-ft. manufactur-
Following the remarks, the speakers participated in a ceremonial groundbreaking.
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Registration Opens for The Work Truck Show 2020 The Association for the Work Truck a special session on Spec’ing for About NTEA Industry announces the full schedule of Success. Attendees can hear what’s Established in 1964, NTEA — The events for Work Truck Week, including The on the horizon from 17 truck OEMs Association for the Work Truck Work Truck Show 2020, Green Truck presenting exclusive updates at the Industry, represents more than 2,100 Summit and Manufacturer and Distributor Show. For industry newcomers, companies that manufacture, distribute, Innovation Conference. Registration for NTEA’s Generation Next is hosting install, sell and repair commercial North America’s largest work truck event, the Leadership Workshop & trucks, truck bodies, truck equipment, which celebrates its 20th anniversary, is now Networking Reception: Tap into Your trailers and accessories. Buyers of work open at worktruckshow.com. Inner Rhythm. trucks and the major commercial truck The Work Truck Show 2020 runs March Purdue Road School is once again chassis manufacturers also belong to the 3 to 6 at Indiana Convention Center in part of The Work Truck Show, with Association. NTEA provides in-depth Indianapolis, Ind. Educational sessions, two sessions covering Indiana statutes and nical solutions and advice. Even more new technical information, education, and memGreen Truck Summit and Manufacturer and ethics. Indiana LTAP is hosting the Fleet products can be found in New Exhibitor ber programs and services, and produces Distributor Innovation Conference begin Educational Program: Winter Operations Pavilion, a dedicated space showcasing first- The Work Truck Show. The Association March 3. The exhibit hall opens March 4 and from Sidewalks to Statewide as well as Road time exhibitors. Returning for its second maintains its administrative headquarters in runs through noon on March 6. Scholar Core Course #11 — Road and year, the Pavilion is open on Wednesday, suburban Detroit and government relations March 4 and Thursday, March 5. Work Truck Week features three days of Bridge Plan Reading. offices in Washington, DC, and Ottawa, Access the complete schedule of events, Ontario. NTEA staff are knowledgeable and educational programs; multiple networking The exhibit floor covers more than opportunities; a two-day Work Truck Show 500,000 sq. ft. with the latest trucks, bodies, session descriptions, floor plan and registra- experienced in a variety of areas related to Ride-and-Drive; the industry’s leading alter- equipment and technology. Speak directly tion at worktruckshow.com. For more infor- the work truck industry. native fuels and advanced technology con- with management, sales and engineering mation, call 800/441-6832 or email For more information, visit ference; an event dedicated to improving teams in manufacturers’ booths to get tech- firstname.lastname@example.org. ntea.com/meetourexperts. manufacturing techniques and efficiency; and an expansive exhibit floor displaying the most innovative commercial vehicles, equipment and technology. “The Work Truck Show 2020 will highlight what’s best about our industry: emerging technologies, groundbreaking new vocational vehicles, robust educational sessions and the opportunity to connect with those who are passionate about the commercial vehicle community,” said Steve Carey, NTEA president and CEO. “For 20 years, the Show has helped energize and transform the industry, and we look forward to continuing to make an impact.” Nikki Haley, U.S. Ambassador to the United Nations (2017–2019), is keynote speaker at this year’s NTEA Annual Meeting (formerly known as President’s Breakfast and NTEA Annual Meeting) on March 5. Many popular training sessions return to Work Truck Week, including Green Truck Summit, Manufacturer and Distributor Innovation Conference and Fleet Management 101. New for 2020 is The Work Truck Show 2020 runs March 3 to 6 at Indiana Convention Center in Indianapolis, Ind.
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Mack Trucks Auctions Anthem to Benefit Nonprofit Camp Mack Trucks announced that proceeds from the online auction of a customized Mack Anthem used by the Zac Brown Band during its 2018 Down the Rabbit Hole Live tour would benefit Camp Southern Ground. Founded by Zac Brown, the nonprofit camp serves children ages 7 to 17, providing them with activities that educate, challenge and connect them in a beautiful, natural environment. Mack made the announcement during the North American Commercial Vehicle (NACV) Show Oct. 28-31 at the Georgia World Congress Center in Atlanta. Also in conjunction with the auction, Mack was a supporting sponsor of Camp Southern Ground’s eighth-annual Night of Candles benefit show, featuring the Zac Brown Band at the Coca-Cola Roxy Theater, Atlanta, where the Mack Anthem was be on display. “We are pleased to be able to donate proceeds from the auction to a nonprofit dedicated to serving children from all socioeconomic backgrounds in the hopes of building a stronger community,” said John Walsh, vice president of marketing of Mack Trucks. “This Mack Anthem is truly one of a kind, and we hope it will inspire potential donors to bid on it and raise money for this worthwhile cause.”
The auction opened Oct. 28 to coincide with the opening of the NACV show and runs through Nov. 30.Those wishing to bid on the tractor should visit http://www.macktrucks.com/Auction and sign up to use the site. Once signed up, a bid may be placed. The goal of Camp Southern Ground, which is based in Fayetteville, Ga., is to help children connect with new friends, celebrate individual differences, explore nature and
eat delicious, natural food. The camp also serves as a haven for children of military families. “Our goal is to bring all different kinds of kids together, to recognize what their gifts are, magnify those gifts and give them the tools they need,” said Mike Dobbs, CEO of Camp Southern Ground. “We work to fill them with hope, insight and perspective, so that they can go out, help people and ulti-
Mack Trucks announced that proceeds from the online auction of a customized Mack Anthem used by the Zac Brown Band during its 2018 Down the Rabbit Hole Live tour would benefit Camp Southern Ground. Founded by Zac Brown, the nonprofit camp serves children ages 7 to 17, providing them with activities that educate and challenge them in a campground environment.
mately, profoundly impact the world.” The customization of the Mack Anthem was performed by ZB Customs, an in-house design company founded by Zac Brown. The Anthem features a one-of-a-kind paint job, along with a unique grille with a repeating Zac Brown Band logo, offering an attention-grabbing backdrop for the bold Mack wordmark. The Anthem also has polished chrome fenders, a chrome taillight surround, a set of polished custom wheels and other brightwork. The interior features leatherwrapped seats with the Zac Brown Band logo, as well as Zac Brown’s autograph on the sun visor. The flooring in the cab is repurposed from the Zac Brown Band’s studios in Nashville. The Mack Anthem hauled Zac Brown Band merchandise managed by fatherdaughter team of Scott and Rose Hanson during his 2018 tour across the United States and Canada. The Hansons were featured in RoadLife, a video series from Mack Trucks sharing the stories of everyday men and women doing extraordinary things to keep the wheels turning and the world moving. The episode also featured ZB Customs customizing the Mack Anthem. For more information, visit www.macktrucks.com.
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Volvo Trucks Adds FlowBelow to Aerodynamic Offerings Volvo Trucks introduced the FlowBelow Tractor AeroKit, which includes a system of wheel covers and fairings designed for improved aerodynamics and fuel efficiency, as a factory-installed option in Q2 2020. The announcement was made on Oct. 28, 2019, at the North American Commercial Vehicle (NACV) Show in Atlanta, Ga. â€œThe aerodynamics of our trucks have a significant impact on fuel efficiency and our customersâ€™ bottom line,â€? said Allison Athey, product marketing manager, Volvo Trucks North America. â€œThe new FlowBelow package offers our customers an enhanced aerodynamic option, providing up to an additional 1 percent increase in fuel efficiency when combined with our most aerodynamic truck spec including the Xceed fuel efficiency package, and a dry van with trailer skirts, further reducing environmental footprints.â€? The FlowBelow Tractor AeroKit is a complete system designed to minimize turbulence and improve aerodynamics by surrounding the drive wheels to better manage the air that moves around the tractor while in motion. The system consists of wheel covers, a center fairing between the wheels and a rear fairing behind the wheels. These pieces work together to maintain control of the airflow from end to end, keeping the air running along the side of the truck and around the wheels. The air is then funneled out when it reaches the back of the truck, jumping the gap between truck and trailer. â€œHeavy-duty trucks experience a great deal of turbulence and drag due to their sheer size and speed at which they travel down the road,â€? said Josh Butler, president and founder, FlowBelow Aero Inc. â€œThe FlowBelow Tractor AeroKit sig-
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nificantly decreases the impact of those factors, optimizing the surface along the side of the truck to make it more aerodynamic, leading to better fuel mileage and real savings for customers.â€? Not only does the FlowBelow Tractor AeroKit improve the efficiency of the truck, it provides a variety of styling options with wheel covers available in black, white and chrome, and fairings available in black and white. The wheel covers and fairings are both durable and flexible, enabling them to better withstand road conditions, debris and contam-
inants while also providing easy access for drivers and mechanics. Volvo Trucks will begin offering factory-installed FlowBelow wheel covers and fairings separately, as well as the full FlowBelow Tractor AeroKit included with its Xceed fuel efficiency package as a customer option for truck orders in 4x2, 6x2, and 6x4 axle configurations by the end of 2019. Volvo Trucks will offer factory installation of the FlowBelow system for all VNL and VNR models in Q2 2020. ď‚§
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Labor Dept. Issues John Deere Announces New Registered Final OT Rule; Goes Apprenticeship Program for Dealers Into Effect Jan. 2020 The U.S. Department of Labor announced a final rule Sept. 24 to make 1.3 million American workers eligible for overtime pay under the Fair Labor Standards Act (FLSA). “For the first time in over 15 years, America’s workers will have an update to overtime regulations that will put overtime pay into the pockets of more than a million working Americans,” Acting U.S. Secretary of Labor Patrick Pizzella said. “This rule brings a commonsense approach that offers consistency and certainty for employers as well as clarity and prosperity for American workers.” “Today’s rule is a thoughtful product informed by public comment, listening sessions, and long-standing calculations,” Wage and Hour Division Administrator Cheryl Stanton remarked. “The Wage and Hour Division now turns to help employers comply and ensure that workers will be receiving their overtime pay.” The final rule updates the earnings thresholds necessary to exempt executive, administrative or professional employees from the FLSA’s minimum wage and overtime pay requirements, and allows employers to count a portion of certain bonuses (and commissions) toward meeting the salary level. The new thresholds account for growth in employee earnings since the currently enforced thresholds were set in 2004. In the final rule, the Department is: • raising the “standard salary level” from the currently enforced level of $455 to $684 per week (equivalent to $35,568 per year for a full-year worker); • raising the total annual compensation level for “highly compensated employees (HCE)” from the currentlyenforced level of $100,000 to $107,432 per year; • allowing employers to use nondiscretionary bonuses and incentive payments (including commissions) that are paid at least annually to satisfy up to 10 percent of the standard salary level, in recognition of evolving pay practices; and • revising the special salary levels for workers in U.S. territories and in the motion picture industry. The final rule will be effective on Jan. 1, 2020. The increases to the salary thresholds are long overdue in light of wage and salary growth since 2004, according to the Labor Department. Nearly every person who commented on the department’s 2017 Request for Information, participated at listening sessions in 2018 regarding the regulations, or commented on the Notice of Proposed Rulemaking agreed that the thresholds needed to be updated for this reason. The department estimates that 1.2 million additional workers will be entitled to minimum wage and overtime pay as a result of the increase to the standard salary level. The department also estimates that an additional 101,800 workers will be entitled to overtime pay as a result of the increase to the HCE compensation level. A 2016 final rule to change the overtime thresholds was enjoined by the U.S. District Court for the Eastern District of Texas on Nov. 22, 2016, and was subsequently invalidated by that court. As of Nov. 6, 2017, the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Fifth Circuit has held the appeal in abeyance pending further rulemaking regarding a revised salary threshold. As the 2016 final rule was invalidated, the department has consistently enforced the 2004 level throughout the past 15 years.
John Deere has received approval from the U.S. Department of Labor for its new Registered Apprenticeship Program and is making it available to its Agriculture & Turf and Construction & Forestry dealers. The program will help address a widespread shortage of service technicians, especially in rural areas across the country, by providing dealers with a formalized, on-the-job and technical training plan to help them develop more highly skilled employees. “The new Registered Apprenticeship Program complements our existing John Deere TECH program,” said Grant Suhre, director, region 4 customer and product support of John Deere Ag & Turf. “In addition to the on-the-job training experience, an apprentice will receive technical instruction and be assigned a personal mentor as a part of the highly organized training structure. Upon comple- John Deere’s Registered Apprenticeship Program will help address a widetion of the apprenticeship, he or spread shortage of service technicians, especially in rural areas across the she will receive a nationally rec- country, by providing dealers with a formalized, on-the-job and technical ognized journeyworker certifi- training plan to help them develop more highly skilled employees. cate.” Through participation in the apprenticeship program, Agriculture Equipment Technician or Heavy Construction dealers formally commit to developing additional talent in an Equipment Mechanic programs. In addition, they can select earn-while-you-learn program. A participating apprentice other occupations for the apprentice program, including sales benefits from structured, on-the-job training in partnership professionals, parts professionals, accountants or many other with an experienced mentor. As training progresses, appren- occupations and develop appropriate work processes for those jobs. Next, dealers will identify master-level employtices are rewarded for new skills acquired. According to Tim Worthington, manager, customer sup- ees who are capable of and willing to mentor apprentices. port of the John Deere Construction and Forestry Division, Finally, dealers will identify potential candidates or incumbent workers who would benefit from the apprenticeship participating dealerships will see numerous benefits. “Because of the earn-while-you-learn nature of the pro- program and enroll them. When apprentices participate, they track and report their gram, it will help dealers more easily recruit new employees and further develop a highly skilled workforce,” on-the-job learning and technical training time in conjuncWorthington said. “This can improve a dealer’s productivity tion with their employer. The dealer’s program administrator and profit potential as employee turnover costs are reduced then inputs this data into the appropriate state or federal dataand employees are retained longer. In addition, John Deere base. To ensure high standards are maintained, dealers are customers benefit from access to more highly skilled dealer required to follow specific guidelines, developed over years personnel who are servicing or supporting their equipment.” of apprenticeship experience, after they are registered. To simplify participation for its dealers, John Deere creatJohn Deere dealers can collaborate with any number of local organizations as part of the Registered Apprenticeship ed national guideline standards for the Registered Program. These organizations include, but are not limited to, Apprenticeship Program, which have been shared with its the John Deere TECH Program, K-12 schools, community dealer channel and is providing technical assistance to dealcolleges, labor organizations, economic development ers interested in participating. “These guidelines provide a consistent apprenticeship groups, foundations and workforce development boards. John Deere dealers who wish to participate can receive program template that any dealer can implement if they parsupport and technical assistance from John Deere and JFF ticipate,” Suhre explained. Dealers can utilize these national guideline standards to (Jobs For the Future, a US Department of Labor intermediary), who will expedite the registration process with their have a program approved and operating in a very short timestate or federal apprenticeship agency. After registering, frame. For more information, visit www.JohnDeere.com. dealers can immediately enter employees into the
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In Phoenix, work is underway on a new school bearing the name of one of the nation’s most revered American heroes. Pat Tillman Middle School will include a nearly 70,000 sq.-ft. building with 42 new classrooms, administrative offices, STEM learning flex space and two new laboratories. DLR Group is providing integrated architecture and engineering services on the project. McCarthy Building Companies serves as the general contractor “A majority of Balsz Elementary School was built in 1964 and was remodeled in 1996,” said Dr. Jeffrey J. Smith, Balsz School District superintendent. “In November 2018, district voters approved a bond election that provided funding to rebuild Pat Tillman Middle School.” Last year, the family gave permission to use the Tillman name. The school is located just a few blocks from Arizona State University’s Sun Devil Stadium, where Tillman became a standout on the football field before being drafted by the Arizona Cardinals. Despite the flurry of activity, the school remains open for the 2019-20 school year, serving approximately 720 students. “Construction is going smoothly,” said Dr. Smith. “The
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district received the permit to proceed with phase two of construction.” “The biggest challenges while rebuilding on an existing campus are space constraints in trying to manage construction with an operating campus,” said Smith. “Also, it extends construction because the existing portion of the campus cannot be torn down until completion of the school year in 2020.” The $16.9 million project is funded through general obligation bonds. The ongoing work is restricted to one section. “Since the construction of the new building is two stories, only the north portion of the campus was razed to make room for the new building, while the southern portion was retained for instruction,” said Smith. “The contractor is sensitive to the noise of some of the aspects of construction, and is attempting to time loud segments before or after the school day.” According to Mike Horn, project director for McCarthy Building Companies’ Southwest Region Education Services Group, keeping students, faculty and staff safe during construction is a top priority.
“Many of our utility shut downs have to occur during school break, which dictates the construction schedule that was built into the project’s planning.” said Horn. Using underground mapping, the design and construction team catered the design, including the Tillman tunnel design, to accommodate these existing utilities. In addition, special systems have to be coordinated to come online before old systems are taken down to ensure seamless transition.” Demolition is phased on the project, with three buildings having been torn down during summer 2019, and the demolition of the six additional existing buildings scheduled to be performed during summer 2020. An excavator was used for the first scheduled demolition, and loaded debris was placed into dump trucks. The materials were sorted to ensure that materials that could be recycled or salvaged were taken to recycling facilities.The first demo was completed in three weeks. Next year’s tear down is expected to take roughly four weeks. Pre-work on utilities has already been completed. “Currently, we are digging footings and pouring footings see TILLMAN page 24
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for the two new buildings,” said Horn. “We also are installing underground infrastructure.” Horn noted that, so far, weather has not been an issue for crews. “Usually, working in summer months in Arizona, the monsoons may cause some schedule impacts, but this summer the storms have not had a significant impact.” Site prep is taking place on the same site of the old buildings, so very little new disturbance, other than soil and dirt preparation, was necessary. “McCarthy’s in-house mapping team mapped the existing utilities on the entire site, so we could prep for new buildings with good knowledge of where existing utilities were located,” said Horn. “This also was provided to the architect and the school, to assist them with design and planning needs for the project.” Regarding earthmoving work, the building pads are being over-excavated 5 ft. beyond the perimeter of the building, and 2 ft. below bottom of footings, then compacted per geotechnical requirements. The earthwork subcontractor is using loaders to cut and fill areas. The first phase of the site requires some imported soil.
Horn said utility work will include modifications to the utilities that are already installed on the site, such as storm drain modifications from the old building to the new building, chilled water extensions and power feeder reroute. “All work will be contained on the property. This project also requires extending and rerouting of existing utilities, which involves a good deal of planning. Due to the mapping of the project, this aspect of the work is greatly aided.” Horn said the excavation on the project required a selective vacuum truck to soft dig around existing utilities, including gas. There also will be some trenching work around the campus. There will be some rework to the offsite sidewalks, driveways and miscellaneous patch back work of concrete. All construction work is contained on site and connected to a main road, so there are no issues related to access. A tunnel will be constructed as part of the project. “The tunnel will require extensive investigation to ensure the 20-foot deep caissons do not disrupt existing and live utilities for the entire length of the tunnel,” said Horn. “Also, this work will occur during the sum-
mer months to not disrupt school operations. The drill-rebar-pour sequence requirements also are stringent, so productivity from the drill and crews will be key, as each caisson will have to be drilled and poured in a oneday span. “McCarthy’s mapping crew is crucial for the excavation of caissons. An alternate foundation design is being considered. This is a solution that could result in the foundation being less deep to help where there are areas of conflict with existing utilities. This is being evaluated on a case-by-case basis with regard to each caisson, and the solution will be based upon what makes the most sense and keeps costs and schedule on target. In addition to shade, the tunnel also will have solar panels installed to provide solar power, known as ‘smart shade’.” Main equipment being used on the project includes a John Deere 210 tractor loader, a Cat 938 wheel loader, a John Deere 644 wheel loader and a Cat 140 motor grader. An excavator and loader were used for the remainder of the earthmoving and excavating, while a pile drill rig will be required to construct the tunnel. Main materials needed to complete the project include structural steel and concrete for the frame, CMU masonry, exterior instal-
lation finish system and metal panels that will be installed on the exterior. Although much work remains, Dr. Smith is confident that students, teachers and staff will embrace the changes being made, which he described as a true team effort. “This project has been successful due to the collaboration of our governing board, district patrons and visionary administrators who developed and articulated a plan for a new middle school designed to attract students from all around our city. With an emphasis on science, technology, engineering and math, college and career readiness and elite sports development, Tillman students have the opportunity to take their lives in a direction that will make the Tillman family and the Balsz community proud.” Smith added, “We are very proud to name our new middle school after Pat Tillman. Pat was a true American hero, who left his sports career to enlist in the United States Army in the aftermath of the September 11 attacks. As a student athlete, Pat modeled the importance of developing his intellect, physical capabilities and personal integrity for the betterment of others. His selflessness and dedication to his family, school and country inspire our students and staff to greatness.” CEG
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This one-of-a-kind excavator will be auctioned off at Richie Bros. 2020 in Orlando, Fla., with proceeds benefiting home-building nonprofits. Fans will choose organizations through Discovery Channel’s online “Give Big Giveaway.”
To celebrate the 10th season of Gold Rush on Discovery Channel and its new EC200E crawler excavator, Volvo Construction Equipment is giving the proceeds from the sale of its Gold Rush excavator — a unique machine with a $7,000 gold paint job, custom molded pads and embroidered autographed seat — to a nonprofit chosen by the public. “Volvo CE wants to support groups that build and modify homes for families who need assistance, so they can have a safe home and a better tomorrow,” said Dave Foster, vice president, marketing and communications, Volvo Construction Equipment Americas. “The volunteers at these organizations give their time and talents, outside of their daily jobs, because they are committed to helping others have one of the most basic human needs: a safe, comfortable place to live.” Gold Rush season 10 airs on Discovery Channel on Fridays at 9 p.m. ET. The Give Big Giveaway will be promoted during the show, with viewers directed to a website where they can vote for one of the following nonprofit organizations: • Building Homes for Heroes — For five consecutive years, Building Homes for Heroes has met the goal of gifting, on average, one home every 11 days to injured veterans and their families across the United States. Above and beyond building homes, the nonprofit helps veterans reach dreams they never imagined, when injured, including finding employment and starting new businesses, winning gold medals in the Warrior and Invictus Games, pursuing higher education, and conquering the world’s toughest terrain on the highest mountains, plus so much more.
• Habitat for Humanity — Driven by the vision that everyone needs a decent place to live, Habitat for Humanity works in local communities across all 50 states in the U.S., and in more than 70 countries. Families and individuals in need of a hand up partner with Habitat for Humanity to build or improve a place they can call home. With the help of volunteers Habitat homeowners contribute sweat equity to build their own homes, and they pay an affordable mortgage. The Gold Rush excavator will be auctioned at the Richie Bros. Auctioneer event in Orlando in February 2020. Each of the nonprofit organizations will receive a portion of the proceeds, based on number of votes. The New EC200E Is Gold Volvo excavators have been reliable workhorses for Gold Rush teams from the beginning. The EC200E — the same model as the golden excavator — offers a maximum digging reach of 32 ft. 9 in. (10 m), a maximum digging depth of 22 ft. 3 in. (6.7 m), and a lifting capacity of 16,138 lbs. (7,320 kg), making it ideal for the rugged work the Gold Rush teams complete each day. The Gold Rush excavator is currently touring across Volvo CE dealerships in the United States and Canada. Highlights on this unique machine include a paint job with millions of bits of mirror, custom-made gold track pads and a unique leather seat with the Discovery Channel and Gold Rush logos as well as signatures of the show’s stars. To cast your vote in the Give Big Giveaway, visit www.discovery.com/GiveBig.
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Simpson & Sons Delivers Personalized Business
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The Simpson family has been in the equipment business for more than 50 years. Over those five decades, there has been a driving desire to make transactions easier for customers. Steve Simpson’s, president, Simpson & Sons Trading, late father, Dan “Suitcase” Simpson, was the inspiration to him in the early days as he ventured into the iron business. Simpson had the great fortune of being mentored by Dave Ritchie, and several of the other founding partners of Ritchie Brothers Auctioneers when he started his career with the company in1990 in Vancouver. He was an exemplary student of Dave Ritchie’s business savvy and relationship philosophy and decided after 25 years with Ritchie Bros. it was time to branch out and build a business where customers interacted with him directly, and where he could deliver on promises himself. That was the start of Simpson & Sons Trading. Today, the opportunities and customer relationships Simpson has formed worldwide have become a driving force behind Simpson & Sons Trading. Simpson’s passion for the equipment business, in conjunction with his excellent reputation, integrity and market knowledge, has driven his desire to create a more personalized and stress-free experience for his customers. Simpson & Sons Trading has satellite offices in Reno, Vancouver, Edmonton and now Phoenix. For more information, call 909/519-2736 or visit www.simpsonandsonstrading.com.
Kirby-Smith Machinery Opens New Central Parts Warehouse in North Texas Kirby-Smith Machinery Inc. (KSM) has opened a central parts warehouse in the Dallas Fort-Worth Metroplex. The new warehouse is approximately 10,000 sq. ft,. including 8,500 sq. ft. of warehouse space. Randy Short, longtime employee and Inventory Control manager for KSM, will manage the facility, which employs a staff of three additional personnel. The company’s new central parts warehouse will primarily stock specialty parts that are critical to machine uptime but are needed on a less-frequent basis during the equipment’s service. Due to the central location of the facility within KSM’s geographical footprint, these parts can now be easily delivered to customers overnight, or in under 5 to 6 hours, if needed. The warehouse also will enable existing branches to maximize their onsite parts inventory space for more-frequentlyneeded, faster-moving parts, without sacrificing overall accessibility to lessfrequently-required parts, ensuring that
customers always have swift availability to the parts they need. “The growth of our footprint and customer base, specifically regarding our parts business, has made the implementation of this new warehouse a necessity,” said Brad Campbell, vice president of product support. “We
want to have 98.5-percent parts availability within 24 hours, and this facility will be an important factor in helping us meet that goal as we continue our commitment to provide customers with exceptional service.” For more information, call 888-8610219 or visit kirby-smith.com.
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Westrax Machinery 19618 S. Susana Rd. Rancho Dominguez, CA 90221 800-411-4717 611 N. Golden Key St. Gilbert, AZ 85233 602-397-8173 www.westraxmachinery.net
Orion Equipment 18060 Des Moines Memorial Drive Seattle, WA 98148 800-280-8124 www.orion-equip.com
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Scott Equipment 14635 Valley Blvd. Fontana, CA 92335 909-822-2200 • 800-316-0327 www.scottequip.com
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Beard Equipment Co., Inc. 4509 I-20 Frontage Midland, TX 79706 432-694-4530 www.beardequipco.com
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Bane Machinery 2449 Manana Drive Dallas, TX 75220 800-594-BANE (2263) 10505 North Freeway Fort Worth, TX 76177 800-601-BANE (2263) 3402 E. NE Loop 323 Tyler, TX 75708 800-594-2200 www.banemachinery.com
Cisco Equipment 1706 S. 1st Street Artesia, NM 88210 800-748-1846 2707 Slaton Hwy. Lubbock, TX 79404 877-745-9595 520 SE Loop 338 Odessa, TX 800-657-3673 620 N. Bell Street San Angelo, TX 76903 800-496-0271 www.cisco-equipment.com
Oklahoma Territory Construction Equipment 3839 West Reno Ave. Oklahoma City, OK 73107 405-917-9191 866-339-6827 2520 E King Street Tulsa, OK 74110 918-835-7200 866-334-6827 www.oklahomaterritoryequipment.com
Triad Machinery 1601 E. Bay Street Tacoma, WA 98421 253-722-5600 910 N. Thierman Road Spokane Valley, WA 99202 509-534-1900 1210 Dale Lane Mt. Vernon, WA 98274 360-488-3948 4440 SW Airport Road Prineville, OR 97754 888-662-2940
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KutTech Brings ‘Old School’ Knowledge to Next Generation of Tree Care Technology Rob Frost learned his trade literally from the ground up, but now he feels that he is on the leading edge of tree care technology. Frost’s business, KutTech LLC, is based in the greater Boston area and now serves an expanding region with specialized services in urban forestry and land clearing. Frost’s grandfather led the family into the tree care industry in 1969, following a stint in the Navy, and his father followed suit through the 1980s and ‘90s. Frost started alongside his relatives before he was in his teens. At that time, the Frosts were operating with dump trucks, bucket trucks and cranes, climbing and felling trees providing traditional tree care services for homeowners and businesses. “I literally started at the bottom,” Frost said. “I was dragging branches and learning how to climb when I was about 10 years old. Pretty soon, I was running bucket trucks and cranes and the bigger all-terrain cranes and land clearing equipment. I came up while a lot of the old-school guys were still around. I saw how hard they had to work. As the newer
equipment came around, we were able to appreciate it more.” A “Purpose-Built” Future More recently, another tree care business recruited Frost to operate its newest piece of equipment: a purpose-built Sennebogen 718 tree handler. At that moment, Frost saw his future. “Previously, I was doing a lot of land-clearing and rightof-way work. But I found that I like doing the roadside work and that’s where the 718 came in.” Frost recently purchased a 718 of his own and KutTech has been taking on a steady stream of projects ever since. The 718 is a 21-ton rubber-tired machine with a high-rise Maxcab operator station, equipped with a hydraulic tree saw and grapple attached to its 43 ft. (13 m) telescoping boom. With a lifting capacity of up to 3,700 lbs. (1,700 kg), its powerful hydraulics are fine-tuned for delicate tree surgery while its elevated cab affords the operator an unobstructed view
From the safety of the cab, Rob Frost can stockpile the wood.
into the work zone. The agility of the 718 system makes cuts fast and efficient, while its grapple serves to hold branches, clear the cut wood and stack logs or brush — all while keeping operators a safe distance from any hazard on the job. Tree-Handling Specialist “The first time I saw a 718 working, I could see how it’s so good at its job with the right operator and in the right conditions,” Frost said. “I’m mostly focused on subcontracting. I can meet the needs that are outside the traditional work for most tree care companies. The machine is a good investment for anyone who does heavy projects on a regular basis; but if you don’t, I’m here to take it on for you. The guys that only see one or two of these jobs in a year can still say yes to whatever job comes along — that’s when they call KutTech to come out and get it done. It allows them to be that full-service supplier to their customers that they can count on.” Speed + Versatility = Production According to Frost, it’s the speed of the 718 in a full range of tree care tasks that lets the machine pay its way for both KutTech and his customers. “That’s my favorite part — that’s where the production comes into play. You can be the best operator in the world, but if that machine isn’t engineered and built properly, you’re not going to be getting anywhere.” The time-savings Frost can achieve with the 718 can vary widely, depending on the application, but he estimates that it will complete projects at least five times faster, on average, compared to traditional crews and equipment. On a specific project, the 718 will outpace the old ways by 10 times or even 12 times the speed, he said. “When my father saw how the 718 works, he said, ‘You’ll be finishing jobs in a couple hours that used to take me two days.’” Frost noted that the 718’s fast cycle times are rooted in the
Once the tree is dismantled, Rob Frost is able to cut it up and get it ready to stack.
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Modern Machinery 4428 East Trent Ave. Spokane, WA 99212 800-541-0754
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MB Crusher Maximizes Recovery of Waste Material in Building Demolition “Nothing gets thrown out!” is a lesson we have learned from our grandparents. Any scrap can be reused, changed or repurposed to become something different. To throw something out is a waste, to waste something means to lose money. In short, circular economy has always existed. All the above concepts can be applied to demolition processes when we demolish to requalify, redevelop or rebuild. Nothing gets wasted. Material is selected, processed as necessary and then reused, directly on site or somewhere else. A company in Spain understands this well, having recently demolished its old shed to then build another one in its place. “Our demolition process was much more than breaking down the shed,” the company said. “It was like destroying a building made with Legos and then using the same bricks to build a new one. So, we did. What we demolished, we reused for the most part to redo the building. In France, a company managed to recycle almost all “The bulk of the work was done by the MB Crusher’s the demolition debris of an old house and reuse it to crusher bucket, with which we crushed the inert materials to build the new one directly on the same spot, forgetting reuse them as the basis for the new shed. The job was carried all the logistics and disposal problems. out with a single heavy machine, and with a single operator, Anyone who uses MB machinery can gain value from the at the same yard, quickly and with a minimum investment. “ construction site waste, turning waste into quality material, Building demolition: Waste only? No. In fact, demolition is a process made up of various steps — time and cost — that converting the raw material into profit. With the MB Crusher attachments, it is possible to maxirepresent the basis of a change. And if the demolition is done correctly with the right machinery, it became a great advan- mize the recovery of the waste material, high quantity and tage for the company carrying it out. Sufficient to say, sus- high quality are concrete advantages: reduction of cost of tainable demolition saves about 80 percent of the waste from transporting the waste material, reduction of the costs of the landfill. Selective demolition — green demolition or transfer to landfills or treatment plants, elimination of matedeconstruction — it might seem more expensive, time con- rial repurchase costs, profits obtained through the re-use or suming, more demanding. In reality, it saves money, time recycling of the material. Moreover, if well managed, a sustainable demolition projand tax benefits. In France, a company managed to recycle almost all the ect has a significant impact on the state of abandonment of demolition debris of an old house and reuse it to build the many urban and industrial areas. Where a dilapidated house new one directly on the same spot, forgetting all the logistics or warehouse is demolished and replaced with a new one, there is added value, with benefits for the whole city and for and disposal problems. In Turkey, one excavator and one operator recovered and the community that lives nearby. The goal of recycling 70 percent of construction waste by recycled the road demolition material — a mixture of basalt 2020, established by the EU is possible when and where and asphalt — directly on site and at a very low cost. How? By attaching a BF90.3 crusher bucket to the excavator, appropriate solutions are used correctly. For more information, visit www.mbcrusher.com. which collected the excavated material, then crushed it and made it available on site for immediate re-use. Selective demolition, therefore, is the first step towards a circular economy in which construction will give value to waste. The quality of the result depends on the type of demolition process and the machinery used for the separation and processing of the debris. The MB Crusher product range is designed and built around these needs. For example, if you need to have different sizes material, simply adjust the jaws of the crusher bucket or change In Turkey, one excavator and one the panels of the screening bucket operator recovered and recycled directly on site. If you need to handle the road demolition material — a material of different types and sizes, A company in Spain recently demol- mixture of basalt and asphalt — install the right accessory on the MB-G ished its old shed to then build directly on site and at a very low another one in its place. cost. clamps.
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engineering of Sennebogen’s line of material handlers. “It’s made for lifting and loading, from ground to sky or sky to ground, whether it’s unloading barges or filling rail cars. That’s where it gets its speed. It’s the same basic motions when it’s dismantling trees, putting branches into piles or loading logs and brush.” That versatility of the 718 also is an important part the machine’s effectiveness, he said. “You can get a certain piece of equipment that will cut the trees, but can’t move them; or get one that can load the wood but not cut it. The 718 is good on both ends.” With one piece of equipment, users can cut and place the wood then, once it’s on the ground, they can stack it or process it out: cut the logs to size, pile the brush, feed it to a chipper or load it into trucks, all without leaving the cab. Out of Harm’s Way Frost has refined his skills with the 718 to a point that even Sennebogen calls on him periodically to run the machine at its demonstration events. There, the Sennebogen team is eager to highlight the safety advantages of the 718. It’s a feature that Frost appreciates every day on the job. “People often get hurt in this job because of mistakes made by inexperienced and even experienced guys who put themselves in bad situations, sometimes without even realizing it. If you can keep those guys
out of harm’s way, that’s the most important part. The less people around, the safer it is. “With the 718, I can do so much with the machine myself, I’m not being distracted by what the guy beside me might be doing, whether he’s in a blind spot, or under the tree where I can’t see him. I’m just thinking about what the machine’s doing and what the tree’s doing. The cab’s camera system
gives me almost a 360 degree view. Sennebogen definitely did the right thing putting those cameras on as standard for the sides and back. It does help out.” He said the new enlarged Maxcab with E Series Sennebogen equipment is a good step forward too. “They made some great improvements to the E Series cab, with more space and comfort features. I’m a bigger guy, 6 ft. 1 in., and I have plenty of legroom. I get a comfortable suspension chair to work in all day, Bluetooth and AM/FM radio. This is my office space and it works.”
Working close to power lines is not an issue for KutTech. The reach and adaptability of his 718 allows him to work around power lines and control the tree limbs while being cut.
Unique Work With a Unique Machine While Frost is impressed with the 718’s capabilities, he still values the knowledge and skills he developed as a third-generation tree care professional. “I’ve known good operators that have run heavy equipment for 30 years, but they want no part of this job,” he said. “You need the tree handling background. Working with trees is very unique. Every tree is different and its branches are different throughout the tree. You need to know what this tree is going to do, how it’s going to turn, while you deal with different variables, different species and different weights; high voltage power lines, and operating over houses or over traffic. This 718 is a very special machine in the right hands. But your knowledge of trees is equally important.” For more information visit www.sennebogenna.com.
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The ‘Real’ Rosie the Riveter — a Case of Mistaken Identity ROSIE from page 1
determination. Her garb is typical of that worn by women working in munitions factories during the period because it kept their hair out of the machines while they worked. Working Women With approximately 16 million Americans serving in the armed forces during World War II, many factories experienced a shortage of workers. In addition, munitions factories needed additional employees. That meant women had to fill them — taking over jobs formerly filled by men. Various sources estimate that between 3 to 6 million women entered the workforce during the war, contributing to the total of 19 million working women. After the war, as men returned from battle, most of the women were expected to return to their everyday lives as housewives or in traditional clerical jobs considered more suitable for women and, coincidentally, paying less. The percentage of women working outside the home fell from a wartime high of 36 percent to 28 percent in post-war 1947. While Rosie the Riveter epitomized industrial welders and riveters, most working women held non-factory positions. The Real Rosie The name Rosie the Riveter first appeared in a song written by Redd Evans and John Jacob Loeb in 1942, based on government propaganda and commercial advertising intended to encourage women to volunteer for wartime factory work. The following year Norman Rockwell’s Rosie the Riveter painting was used as the cover of the Memorial Day edition of The Saturday Evening Post and in 1944, Rosie the Riveter became a Hollywood movie. Rockwell’s depiction differs significantly from the Westinghouse poster. In it, a different model strikes a different pose — one that imitates Michelangelo’s Prophet Isaiah on the Sistine Chapel. The almost burly woman is enjoying a sandwich while her rivet gun rests on her lap and her foot rests atop a copy of Mein Kampf. The lunchbox at her side sports the name “Rosie.” Over the years, there has been a dispute about the woman who inspired the Westinghouse image. Rose Will Monroe worked as a riveter at the Willow Run Aircraft Factory in Ypsilanti, Mich., building B-24 bombers and was the subject of a United Press International photo. Many others have claimed a connection, including Naomi Parker Fraley, a waitress from California. Inspirational Image Whoever the muse was behind the renowned image, the idea of Rosie became a symbol of women in the workforce — and later, for women’s independence, for female empowerment … and for the feminist movement. Whether Rosie the Riveter inspired the social movement that
increased the number of working women in America from 12 million to 20 million over the course of four years (1940-1944), leading to the feminist movement of the 1960s is debatable. The Westinghouse poster wasn’t aimed at encouraging women to join the workforce during the war; it was only displayed at factories where women were already working and was just one of many posters created to motivate employees — most of which featured men. Few people saw the poster during the war because it was displayed only to employees at plants in Pittsburgh and certain Midwest locations — and only for two weeks during February 1943. According to All That’s Interesting, there were 1,800 copies of the poster, which were displayed for a mere 10 days in the Micarta resin plants, where workers made synthetic helmet liners for infantrymen. Miller’s poster was stored in the National Archives with other wartime posters and wasn’t brought to light again until 1982 when the Washington Post Magazine ran a retrospective on war propaganda. Ironically, it was not chosen by the Office of War Information for its 1943 War Bonds sale, so its influence as propaganda was limited. However, the image was adopted by feminist activists and publishers due to its fusion of femininity and strength — characteristics championed by the movement. At some point, the name Rosie was mistakenly connected with the poster, but was not associated with it during the war.
Legacy The goal of Miller’s poster was to encourage productivity of all workers — male and female — at Westinghouse factories. Rockwell’s painting may have been more of a commentary on the circumstances of women joining the workforce and, specifically, taking jobs typically filled by men. As with many of Rockwell’s paintings, an aura of patriotism lingers — in this instance, perhaps insinuating that it was a women’s patriotic duty to enter the workforce. Whatever the contemporary meaning behind the Rosie image(s), WWII denoted a turning point for women and could conceivably be considered the foundation for the post-war women’s movement as the American female population proved that they could do a “man’s job.” Some historians and anthropologists believe that this period, which witnessed white women working beside black women, as a precursor to the Civil Rights movement and a breakdown of other social barriers. Rosie lives on today. The American Rosie the Riveter Association’s mission is to “recognize and preserve the history and legacy of working women, includNorman Rockwell’s depiction differs significantly ing volunteer women, during from the Westinghouse poster. In it, a different World War II,” to promote camamodel strikes a different pose — one that imitates raderie amongst their descendants Michelangelo’s Prophet Isaiah on the Sistine and to support excellence in the workplace. Chapel.
“Rosie the Riveter” Song Lyrics While other girls attend their fav’rite cocktail bar Sipping Martinis, munching caviar There’s a girl who’s really putting them to shame Rosie is her name All the day long whether rain or shine She’s a part of the assembly line She’s making history, working for victory Rosie the Riveter Keeps a sharp lookout for sabotage Sitting up there on the fuselage That little frail can do more than a male will do Rosie the Riveter Rosie’s got a boyfriend, Charlie Charlie, he’s a Marine Rosie is protecting Charlie Working overtime on the riveting machine When they gave her a production “E” She was as proud as a girl could be There’s something true about Red, white, and blue about Rosie the Riveter Everyone stops to admire the scene Rosie at work on the B-Nineteen She’s never twittery, nervous or jittery Rosie the Riveter What if she’s smeared full of oil and grease Doing her bit for the old Lendlease She keeps the gang around They love to hang around Rosie the Riveter Rosie buys a lot of war bonds That girl really has sense Wishes she could purchase more bonds Putting all her cash into national defense Senator Jones who is “in the know” Shouted these words on the radio Berlin will hear about Moscow will cheer about Rosie the Riveter!
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Kinshofer’s Attachments Offer Efficient Maintenance Kinshofer offers railway Kinshofer photo tie/sleeper changer attachments for efficient railway maintenance and repair. The three attachments — the RBS, RBS20 and RBS20HPX — can be used with 12- to 24-ton (10.8 to 21.7 t) rail excavators to quickly exchange existing concrete and wooden ties without disrupting the track. The RBS20 also can switch from handling standard mono-block ties to bi-block ties with no modification, due to internally and externally fitted pads. “Railroad crews don’t have time to bring in large tie exchangers for quick repairs and maintenance; it’s a cumbersome and time-consuming process,” said Francois Martin, Kinshofer North America general manager. “Our tie changers enable quick and easy repairs with a machine that’s readily available — an excavator. An experienced operlightweight RBS tie changer is capable of continuous 360ator can change as many as 40 The degree rotation and multi-directional tilting up to 55 degrees sleepers per hour with one of our when paired with Kinshofer’s NOX-Tiltrotator. attachments.” Kinshofer designed the tie tional tilting up to 55 degrees when features and capabilities, including changers to make quick work of paired with Kinshofer’s NOX- removable bolt-on ballast buckets railway maintenance as well as Tiltrotator. This compact, cylinder- and the ability to handle bi-block short track segment repairs, small less unit enables operators to pick ties. The changer grabs the bitrack exchanges and placeblock ties by opening the ment of secondary tracks. hydraulic gripper to wedge The attachments’ large it between the blocks. The shields allow operators to unit features an adjustable easily clear ballast from the plunge depth as well as Kinshofer tracks, and after the new tie durable pads on the inside photo is placed, quickly backfill and outside of the gripper to and level the ballast. ensure a secure grip regardThe lightweight RBS tie less of the railway tie style. changer quickly replaces Additionally, the RBS20 various sized concrete and does not require a tiltrotator wood railway ties using as it features an integrated hydraulically operated grip15-ton rotator for 360pers for precise operation. Kinshofer’s RBS20 grabs the bi-block ties by degree endless rotation. The RBS comes standard opening the hydraulic gripper and using the The RBS20HPX also with a Nordic s-style cou- outward force to wedge it between the blocks. features adjustable plunge pler adapter, though other depth, integrated 360adapters also are available. For up items close to the tracks and degree rotation and bolt-on buckenhanced efficiency, the attach- work quickly with minimal exca- ets, but adds Kinshofer’s lowment is capable of continuous 360- vator movement. maintenance HPX cylinderless degree rotation and multi-direcThe RBS20 offers additional drive with exchangeable shell sys-
tem for the gripping unit, which achieves 25 percent greater power than traditional cylinder driven attachments. Both the RBS20 and RBS20HPX also are available with bolt-on adapters for different quick coupling systems. All three attachments operate on a 2,880-psi hydraulic circuit. The RBS20 and RBS20HPX require a second, 5,040-psi hydraulic circuit to power the 15-ton rotator. To ensure safe operation, Kinshofer designed the attachments with a special holding valve, which maintains a secure grip even if pressure drops. Kinshofer manufactures the tie changers with quality Hardox steel, reducing wear and increasing product longevity. The attachments come with a two-year warranty. For more information, call 800/268-9525 or visit www.kinshofer.com. Kinshofer photo
Kinshofer’s RBS20 and RBS20HPX feature removable ballast buckets to easily clear ballast from the tracks, and after the new tie is placed, backfill and level the ballast.
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support experience, no matter where their projects take them,” said Brandt President and CEO Shaun Semple. “We are very proud to deliver the quality products and support services that Canadian customers rely on for their success, every single day.” The acquisition will give Brandt a comprehensive retail footprint to supply construction and forestry equipment to Canadian contractors and will further establish the firm’s position as a premier privately-held Canadian company and the largest privately-owned John Deere Construction & Forestry dealership in the world. “Having a strong, privately-held, Atlantic-to-Pacific-toArctic dealer will be a huge benefit to John Deere, guaranteeing stable leadership and unrivalled value for our customers,” added Nortrax President and CEO Chris Holmes.
Wirtgen Names Brandt Canadian Dealer
The Brandt Group of Companies has made a major product-line announcement. Effective Dec. 1, 2019, they have been named the Canadawide dealer for the full range of aggregate and road construction and maintenance products from the Wirtgen Group. The Wirtgen Group supplies the road construction machinery sector, incorporating Wirtgen milling, paving and soil stabilization products, Vögele paving equipment, Hamm compaction equipment and Kleemann aggregate crushing and screening equipment. “This announcement illustrates our strong commitment to Canada’s roadbuilding and aggregate industries,” said Brandt President and CEO Shaun Semple. “The Wirtgen Group’s
impressive product lineup is highlycompatible with our existing John Deere offering, so customers will now be able to come directly to Brandt for an unparalleled selection of the machines and product support that they need to succeed.” The Wirtgen line will be delivered nationwide through Brandt Tractor, soon to be Canada’s only coast-tocoast-to-coast construction equipment dealer network. Brandt Tractor will soon feature more than 100 service points across the country as a result of the company’s recently announced acquisition of Nortrax Canada, set to close Oct. 28, 2019. The dealer change will give Canadian Wirtgen Group equipment operators greater-than-ever
access to products, parts and services, available via Brandt’s extensive warehouse and distribution network. “This is an exciting day for all of us at the Wirtgen Group,” said Jim McEvoy, president and CEO of Wirtgen America. “We look forward to partnering with Brandt; the scope of their dealer network and their powerful commitment to customer service excellence is unsurpassed.” As a result of this product line addition, Brandt will be ending its longtime relationship with compaction products manufacturer Bomag. Brandt will continue to offer parts, service and warranty service support to its customers for their Bomag products while the line is being phased out.
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Clairemont Equipment Co. www.clairemontequipment.com CA Escondido 760-739-9100 Fontana 909-429-9100 Imperial 760-355-7700 Indio 760-863-5558 San Diego 858-278-8351
Kirby-Smith Machinery Inc. www.kirby-smith.com OK McAlester 918-310-1550 Oklahoma City 405-495-7820 Tulsa 918-438-1700 TX Abilene 325-692-6334 Amarillo 806-373-2826 Dallas 214-371-7777 Ft. Worth 817-378-0600 Lubbock 806-745-2112 Odessa 432-333-7000
Power Motive Corporation www.powermotivecorp.com CO Colorado Springs 719-576-5541 Denver 303-355-5900 Durango 970-259-0455 • 970-259-0456 Grand Junction 970-241-1550 Milliken 970-587-1188 WY Cheyenne 307-634-5149
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Komatsu Equipment Co. www.komatsueq.com NV Elko 775-753-7557 North Las Vegas 702-399-1004 Sparks/Reno 775-356-1334 UT St. George 435-986-1000 Pleasant Valley 435-216-7777 Salt Lake City 801-972-3660 • 1-877-Komatsu South Jordan 801-972-3660 WY Casper 307-682-1445 Gillette 307-682-1445 Rock Springs 307-686-1300
Modern Machinery, Inc. www.modernmachinery.com ID Boise 208-336-8570 • 800-221-5211 Pocatello 208-233-5345 • 800-829-4450 MT Billings 406-252-2158 • 800-735-2589 Kalispell 406-755-5540 • 800-434-4190 Missoula 406-523-1100 • 800-332-1617 OR Eugene 541-688-7321 • 800-826-9811 Portland 971-222-1710 • 800-950-7779 WA Kent 253-872-3500 • 800-669-2425 Rochester 360-273-4284 • 800-304-4421 Spokane 509-353-1654 • 800-541-0754
Road Machinery, LLC www.roadmachinery.com AZ Gilbert 480-545-2400 Kearny 602-252-7121 Prescott 928-778.5621 Tucson 520-623-8681 • 800-989-8681 CA Bakersfield 661-695-4830 Fremont 510-659-1903 Fresno 916-350-0640 Perris 909-355-3600 Redding 530-229-3820 Pico Rivera 562-699-6767 West Sacramento 916-375-3540
Waukesha-Pearce Industries, Inc. www.wpi.com TX Beaumont/Port Arthur 409-721-5305 Buffalo 903-322-7150 Corpus Christi 361-884-8275 Edinburg 956-386-0107 Houston 713-723-1050 Kilgore 903-984-2011 Pflugerville 512-251-0013 San Antonio 210-648-4444 Tomball 281-351-9016
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Ground Solutions/Bedrock Slingers Praises OS7’s Enhanced Versatility SLINGER from page 8
W.K. Dahms worked on its conveyor lift geometry, to give the OS7 an additional 3 degrees of incline on the throw conveyor. The OS7 Slinger finishes with an approximate discharge height of 150 in. from ground and can throw material to a distance of up to 130 ft., a distance that is even farther than Stone Slinger trucks. Remote-Controlled Mobility The hydrostatic drive that lets operators reposition the OS7 on the job site is powered by a Cat C4 Tier IV Final engine with direct coupled hydraulic pumps. The system is operated and steered from a remote-control belt pack, similar to the kit that W.K. Dahms developed for its trucks with Creep Drive system. The platform has four steering modes: front-wheel, rearwheel, articulated and crab, which offers an additional advantage over truck-mounted conveyors. According to Griess, “It’s very agile. We’ve taken
it into places you would never attempt with a truck. It’s impressive the job sites we have gotten it into. It performs well on uneven ground, and it has a manually operated hydraulic leveling system to give it a stable footing when it’s working on a side slope.” The machine also sits two feet lower than previous onsite placement-type systems, allowing access into buildings through bay doors Bedrock could never access before. The rear loading height is just over 6 ft., so smaller equipment such as skid steers also can be used to feed the OS7. Griess noted that this system gives Bedrock customers more options for using their own crews and equipment to manage costs. “We can work with whatever loading equipment is available on the site. We can bring in our own loaders, of course. But customers will often decide that, rather than let a wheel loader and operator stand idle while we’re placing material, they will look after loading the hopper.”
“The same idea applies to stockpiling. We have dump trucks to bring in whatever material the job calls for. But if the customer has a ready fleet, they can put it to work getting material onto the site, on their own time.” About Stone Slinger W.K. Dahms Mfg. Ltd. has been manufacturing the Stone Slinger truck conveyor system for more than 43 years and continues to set the standard for efficient delivery and placement of aggregate materials. The original Stone Slinger concept was an innovation of W. Keith Dahms, who first fitted a truck body with an outboard rear conveyor to replace the traditional laborious and costly wheel barrow method of distributing material on construction sites. Stone Slinger today represents a diverse family of systems for precise, labor-free placement of gravel and stone, sand, soil and mulch materials. For more information, visit www.stoneslinger.com.
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Yellowstone Park Vegas Convention Receives Repairs Center Celebrates Three major road projects in Yellowstone National Park, totalling $75 million, are slated to begin in 2020. Tower Fall to Chittenden Road This six-mile segment of road last saw improvements in the 1930s. Crews will widen the road and create additional pullouts, build a bigger parking area for Tower Fall General Store and enhance the overlook and trail at Tower Fall. Completion is expected in April 2022. North Entrance Improvements are needed at the North Entrance to accommodate the increase in visitors to Yellowstone. This project will include replacement of a water line and realigning parking at Robert Reamer Road. In addition, two existing buildings will be replaced with one larger building and two kiosks and an additional lane will be added. The project will take an estimated two years to complete. Fishing Bridge to Indian Pond This project will replace an earthen causeway that has been in the park since 1902. Pelican Creek bridge will be replaced and improvements will be made to the piers, abutment and deck at Fishing Bridge. An existing parking area will be improved and the road will be widened. This project will be finished in 2020.
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Midpoint Milestone BANE MACHINERY INC. On Oct. 24, 2019, the Las Vegas Convention and Visitors Authority (LVCVA) marked the Las Vegas Convention Center’s significant construction milestone, with completion of more than 50 percent of the 1.4 million-sq.-ft. expansion. “We’re excited to show off the unobstructed views of the new 600,000 sq.-ft. West Hall,” said Lori Nelson-Kraft, senior vice president of communications and government affairs. “When completed, this will feature the largest column-free space in North America cementing Las Vegas as the leader in the meetings and conventions industry.” Construction of the Las Vegas Convention Center expansion is expected to be completed in December 2020. Renovation of the existing 3.2 million-sq.-ft. convention center will begin in summer 2021 and the entire $1.52 billion development is expected to be completed in 2024. In addition to the Las Vegas Convention Center expansion and renovation, continued investment in the Las Vegas meetings and conventions industry remains strong with nearly 3.5 million additional sq. ft. of meeting space coming online within the next five years. Currently, there is an estimated $10 billion in new attraction and resort development underway with an additional $6.4 billion planned through 2024.
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Top-Notch Security, Zero-Net Energy Take Priority in Designing Campus MILITARY from page 1
Brian Anastacio, project coordinator for the Walsh Group, reports the military building complex is scheduled to open in 2020. “The steel is up and the deck is up,” he said, adding that collectively, the buildings will provide 185,000 sq. ft. of space. A large contractor was needed to keep the work moving and on schedule. “It is a fast-paced project,” said William Ketcham, a spokesman for Stantec Construction. Top-Priority Security Security, understandably, will be significant. The compound will be secured by fences and designed to comply with federal Anti-Terrorism Force Protection guidelines. Personnel at the access control point building will screen visitors and vehicles. Secure identification will be required to enter the complex, after which individuals will proceed through pedestrian or vehicular gates. The project is targeting LEED Gold certification and will include onsite renewable energy generated by a photovoltaic array that will also serve as shade for parking structures. “The design of each of the facades is specific to the building orientation and aids with the daylight harvesting….” William Ketcham, a Stantec principal, said in a prepared statement. A Zero-Net Energy Project The California Military Building Complex is one of the first large new zero-net energy (ZNE) projects to be undertaken by the State of California after the issuance of Gov. Jerry Brown’s Executive Order B-18-12 to reduce greenhouse gas emissions and improve energy efficiency in the state. By 2025, the global market for zero-net energy buildings is predicted to reach about $78.8 billion, according to a November 2017 report by Grand View Research Inc. Both advances in technology and organizations’ interest in sustainability and carbon emission reductions are driving this growth, the report stated, adding that the Golden State is a leader in ZNE buildings. One sizable example is a new headquarters in Sacramento for, fittingly, the California Department of Natural Resources. The $520 million, 20-story, 838,000-sq.-ft. building aims to meet LEED Platinum and ZNE standards and will feature radiant floor heating and reclaimed-water systems. A variety of materials are being used on the facades of the building The design features a combination of brick veneer, metal panels and fenestrations. All the buildings on the campus are designed with the same architectural principles, broadcasting a cohesive campus aesthetic to the surrounding community. “The goal was to make this more than simply a military facility,” said William Ketcham, Stantec principal based in Chicago. “The primary entrance to the building is designed to be public and open and friendly. It’s more like a corporate headquarters than a typical military building. The design of each of the facades is specific to the building orientation and aids with the daylight harvesting and Net Zero Energy goals.”
Walsh Group photo
The steel is up and the deck is up. Collectively, the buildings will provide 185,000 sq. ft. of space.
Arun Kaiwar, Stantec principal based in Sacramento, described the project as being more than traditional. It is seen as a modern office building complex that would not necessarily be recognized as a military facility. Stantec is providing architecture, interior design, ZNE consulting, sustainability, energy modeling, landscape design, acoustics, lighting, security, and information and communications technology design services. Stantec’s Chicago office is leading the project design in collaboration with global expertise from other Stantec offices including Sacramento, Van Nuys, San Francisco, San Diego, Petaluma, Seattle, and Atlanta. How the campus relates to the adjoining planned development community was an important consideration since design inception. The design solution balances this sensitivity with an aesthetic that is befitting its stature as a military headquarters. CEG
Walsh Group photo
The design-build team of Walsh Construction Co. II and Stantec are developing the military building complex. Walsh Construction Co. II is based in Concord, Calif. Stantec Construction has multiple offices including one in Sacramento, Calif.
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Business Calendar To view our Business Calendar online, go to www.constructionequipmentguide.com. NOVEMBER CRANE SAFETY COURSES NEW LOCATIONS! REGISTER TODAY! November 12 – 14, 2019 Qualified Rigger Level 2, Cincinnati, OH November 5 – 7, 2019 Tower Crane Inspector, Pasadena, TX November 5 – 8, 2019 Overhead Crane Train the Trainer, Orlando, FL November 6 – 8, 2019 Rigging Inspector Training, Cincinnati, OH November 11 – 15, 2019 Mobile 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: email@example.com ASSOCIATED GENERAL CONTRACTORS (AGC) Construction Project Manager Course DATES: Sunday, December 8, 2019 to Weds., December 11, 2019 Location: Dallas, Texas Training/Professional Development For more information on this Program, contact AGC, 2300 Wilson Boulevard, Suite 300, Arlington, VA 22201. Phone: 703/548-3118. Fax: 703/548-3119. Email: firstname.lastname@example.org. ASSOCIATION OF WOMEN CONTRACTORS (AWC) Monthly Event DATES: TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 12, 2019 TIMES: 4:00 PM to 6:00 PM PLACE: Association of Women Contractors 1337 Saint Clair Avenue, St. Paul, MN 55107 Our monthly event hosted for the members, by the members. Take this opportunity to meet new industry friends, network & build lasting relationships. For more information on this event, have a question, need more information about our programs, or just want to say hi, we’d love to hear from you! Phone: 651/489-2221. Email: email@example.com. Address: 1337 St. Clair Avenue, Suite 4, St. Paul, MN 55105
ASSOCIATION OF WOMEN CONTRACTORS (AWC) Newcomer Lunch DATE: Friday, November 15, 2019 TIME: 11:30 AM to 1:00 PM PLACE: BURGER MOE’S 242 7th Street West St. Paul, MN 55102 Are you interested in membership with the Association of Women Contractors? Join us on Friday, November 15th, 2019, at the AWC Newcomer Luncheon. This (FREE) event will give you the opportunity to learn more about the benefits of AWC membership, meet AWC staff, board members and each other. For more information, contact AWC at 651/489-2221. NATIONAL STONE, SAND & GRAVEL ASSOCIATION (NSSGA) 2019 Legislative & Policy Forum DATES: November 18, 2019 to November 20, 2019 PLACE: Hyatt Regency Washington on Capitol Hill Washington, DC The National Stone, Sand and Gravel Association is the leading voice and advocate for the aggregates industry. We advance public policies that protect and expand the safe, environmentally responsible use of aggregates that build America’s infrastructure and economy. Hear from industry leaders, educate members of Congress about the importance of the aggregates industry to the economy and transform policy and regulation. This meeting also provides a venue for all NSSGA committees to meet face-to-face. During this year’s Legislative & Policy Forum, hear from industry leaders, educate members of Congress about the importance of the aggregates industry to the economy and join us as we work to transform policy and regulation. For more information, contact: National Stone, Sand & Gravel Association (NSSGA), 66 Canal Center Plaza, Suite 300, Alexandria, VA 22314. Phone: 703/525-8788. AMERICAN PUBLIC WORKS ASSOCIATION (APWA) MN Chapter – Fall Workshop & Conference DATES: November 20 – 22, 2019 PLACE: Earle Brown Heritage Center Brooklyn Center, MN The APWA-MN Fall Workshop & Conference is held annually in the Minneapolis/St. Paul area. Two workshop options are offered on the first day; the conference is a two-day event focused on technical issues and offers hours toward professional continuing education requirements. The chapter announces the winners of the APWA-MN Chapter Awards and Scholarship Program during the Fall Conference. The 2019 APWA-MN Fall Conference &Workshops will be held at the Earle Brown Heritage Center in Brooklyn Center, November 20-22, 2019. For more information about this Workshop & Conference, contact APWA – MN Chapter at Toll Free: 888/407-2650.
Hendrix Machinery, LLC 1-936-327-5430 NACB Crane Assembly & Disassembly Course of the Year! Dates: November 25 – 26, 2019 Location: Sanford, FL Below you will find course information for the last Crane Assembly Disassembly course of the year. We will be at our Sanford, FL location November 25-26, 2019. This class is all set to go and will take place as scheduled. Address for the Training Facility Orlando Training Center 2300 West Airport Boulevard Sanford, FL 32771 Phone: 800/654-5640, if you need more information Hotel Information Springhill Suites – Orlando North/Sanford 201 N. Towne Road, Sanford, FL 32771 Phone: 407/995-1000 Fax: 407/995-5921 Website: www.marriott.com/mcosh This two-day course will cover the requirements of OSHA’s new Construction Standards for the Director overseeing the Assembly and Disassembly of Cranes, particularly the 29 CF 1926.1403 through 1406 and 1412 standards. The A/D Director has a great deal of overall responsibility for the safety of the operation. Topics covered include: . A/D Director Responsibilities . Equipment Inspection . Synthetic Slings Usage . Outriggers and Stabilizers . Tower Crane Supplements . General Requirements . Crew Communication . Work Procedures . Load Weights . Rigging Requirements . Component Selection For more information and to get registered on this two-day Crane Assembly and Disassembly Course, call Tiffany Alston at 321/7104641. Email: firstname.lastname@example.org. MARCELLUS-UTICA MIDSTREAM CONFERENCE & EXHIBITION 2019 DATES: December 3, 2019 to December 5, 2019 TIMES: 8:00 AM to 5:00 PM (General) PLACE: David L. Lawrence Convention Center 1000 Fort Duquesne Boulevard, Pittsburgh, PA 15222 Gas Champion of the World Making Global Connections The prolific Marcellus and its deeper sister-shale, the Utica, are collectively called ‘The Beast in the East’ because they are loaded with natural gas. This remarkable bounty is driving a renaissance in manufacturing throughout the Northeast, ushering a new era of cleaner power generation – and opening doors for U.S. gas traders around the world. “An exhibition will focus on the opportunities surrounding the building out
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WANTED (US): LIMA CRANE – ANY LIMA 2400B MACHINES IN ANY TYPE OF CONDITION. EMAIL: REBUILD@TUSCO.NET –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– WANTED (NH): DYNAHOE 160 BACKHOE LOADERS - I'M LOOKING TO FIND ANY AND ALL INFORMATION ABOUT THIS MACHINE, FORUMS, TROUBLESHOOTING ETC. I HAVE ONE THAT RUNS BUT CAN'T GET IT TO MOVE... HELP PLEASE!! EMAIL: RUSSELLMORRIS66@AOL.COM –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– WANTED (FL): ALL MODELS KOLBERG ASPHALT / CONCRETE / PAVING LOCATED IN TAMPA, FL. LOOKING FOR PARTS FOR A VIBRATING SCREEN. KOLBERG SCREEN. SR # VS514DD1113-91. EMAIL: TODD.BUSH@ PREFERREDMATERIALS.COM PHONE: 407-948-6796 –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– WANTED (WORLDWIDE): ALL MODELS UPRIGHT WHEEL LOADERS - LOOKING FOR MANUALS AND SPARE PARTS FOR FURUKAWA WHEEL LOADERS, ANY ASSISTANCE WOULD BE GREATLY APPRECIATED. EMAIL: DOUG.KLITSCHER@LIVE.COM.AU; PHONE: +61401627855 –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– WANTED (US): ALL MODELS JOHN DEERE BACKHOE LOADERS T09310G056237 JOHN DEERE 555G TRACK LOADER WITH BACKHOE, NEED SWING FRAME OR WILL BUY THE WHOLE DETACHABLE BACKHOE IN GOOD CONDITION. EMAIL: JRBUSTA@HOTMAIL.COM; PHONE: 417-668-5978 –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– WANTED (CA): CATERPILLAR D9L CRAWLER DOZER - CAT D9-L ENGINE COMPLETE IN GOOD RUNNING CONDITION. WEST COAST AREA. BEST DEAL CONTACT DAN. EMAIL: DANCRANE1122@YAHOO.COM; PHONE: 707-433-1122 –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– WANTED (USA): CATERPILLAR 970F AND 972H WHEEL LOADERS. EMAIL: GCESMARKETING8@GMAIL.COM; PHONE: 714-408-1587. –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– WANTED (USA): KOMATSU PC400LC-7L EXCAVATOR - HYDRAULIC QUICK COUPLER FOR A 05 PC 400 L7 HD. 100MM PINS. EMAIL: DGMEINER62@GMAIL.COM; PHONE: 315 767-4111 –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– WANTED (AR): CHEVROLET UTILITY VEHICLES, ALL MODELS. LOOKING FOR TRUCKS, HEAVY EQUIPMENT, SUVS, ETC., NOT TOO MANY MILES. EMAIL: MLBAUTOSALES247@GMAIL.COM; PHONE: 501-533-5912. –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– WANTED (GA): JOHN DEERE HYDRAULIC BREAKERS, ALL MODELS. EMAIL: NEVINBLAKE@HOTMAIL.COM. ––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––
WANTED (USA): CATERPILLAR CRAWLER DOZERS - CAT D4 OR D5 LGP DOZER, HIGH DRIVE ONLY WITH CAB AND GOOD RUNNING CONDITION. EMAIL: REBUILD@TUSCO.NET –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– WANTED (NV): ALL MODELS CATERPILLAR WHEEL LOADERS. LOOKING FOR ANY CONDITION (WORKING OR NON). EMAIL: MINA@HIEEQUIPMENT.COM PHONE: 775-234-8837 –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– WANTED (WORLDWIDE): ALL MODELS CATERPILLAR WHEEL LOADERS. EMAIL: MARKETING@ GCESEQUIPMENT.COM PHONE: 714-408-1469 –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– WANTED (ME): CATERPILLAR 325C LC EXCAVATOR - USED SHEAR APPROX. 14" CUT TO MATCH MY EXCAVATOR, GOOD CONDITION. EMAIL: BILLD@TDICENZO.COM PHONE: 207-214-9610 –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– WANTED (US): ALL MODELS CASE BACKHOE LOADERS - I’M LOOKING FOR THE TACH PART THAT PRESSES INTO THE BLOCK OF A 207D NON TURBO FOR A 580 D CASE. EMAIL: JIMMYGEE@MTAONLINE.NET –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– WANTED (IN LA): CASE 450B # R39391 AIR CLEANER ASSEMBLY EMAIL: KNIGHTFLOORINGINC@GMAIL.COM; PHONE: 985-226-1939 –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– WANTED (WORLDWIDE): ALL MODELS CATERPILLAR EXCAVATORS. URGENTLY LOOKING FOR SUPER LONG REACH EXCAVATOR 36M REACH AT 16 M DEPTH WITH 5 TON ROCK CARRYING CAPACITY - 2 NOS. EMAIL: BABURAO.SATARDEKAR@AFCONS.COM; PHONE: 009-1-757-482-7386 –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– WANTED (WORLDWIDE): ALL MODELS BOBCAT EXCAVATORS. EMAIL: EHAUBEN135@GMAIL.COM –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– WANTED (NY): JOHN DEERE 350G EXCAVATORS. H&R CONSTRUCTION PARTS IS LOOKING FOR A 350G. WE BUY HIGH HOUR MACHINES,WRECKED MACHINES AND BURNED MACHINES. EMAIL: GKUTER@HRPARTS.COM; PHONE: 716-218-4946 –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– WANTED (MS): CASE 580L II BACKHOE LOADERS. NEED ENGINE HOOD DUE TO A STUMP. EMAIL: DENNIE1944@ATT.NET; PHONE: 228-533-7948 –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– WANTED (TX): GROVE A40NE AERIAL LIFT EMAIL: PWAYNE487@GMAIL.COM; PHONE: 432-803-7623 –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– WANTED: CATERPILLAR 140G MOTOR GRADER AND 966F II WHEEL LOADER EMAIL: ILYAS.MTCPK@GMAIL.COM; PHONE: +92346-265-3742 ––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––
WANTED (US): ALL MODELS SCHWING CONCRETE MIXER/PUMP TRUCKS. ALL BRANDS, MODELS AND AGES. BOOM PUMPS TRUCKS, TRAILER/CITY/ & PARTS PUMPS PURCHASED. EMAIL: BBENEDETTO@COMCAST.NET –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– WANTED: HITACHI EXCAVATORS. WE ARE LOOKING TO BUY HITACHI EXCAVATORS EX200, EX270LC, EX400, EX400LC. PLEASE CONTACT US IF ANY MACHINE AVAILABLE. EMAIL: HIDAYATMASOOD@GMAIL.COM –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– WANTED: CATERPILLAR WHEEL LOADERS. WE ARE LOOKING TO BUY CAT WHEEL LOADERS 950B, 950E, 966E, 966F, 966FII, 970F. EMAIL: HIDAYATMASOOD@GMAIL.COM –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– WANTED (OH): CATERPILLAR HAULER TRUCKS. CAT AND VOLVO 25, 30 TON ARTICULATED TRUCKS AT WHOLESALE PRICES ONLY. EMAIL: REBUILD@TUSCO.NET –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– WANTED (NV): CATERPILLAR 966D, 966E, 966F, 966F II, 966G, 966G II, 966H, 970F, 970G, 972G, 972G II, 972H, 980G AND 980G II WHEEL LOADERS. EMAIL: SALES1@HIEEQUIPMENT.COM; PHONE: 702-529-5171 –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– WANTED (NM): SKYTRAK 10054 10,000# TELEHANDLERS / FORKLIFTS. LOOKING FOR A PRICE & AVAILABILITY ON A NEW SKYTRAK FORKLIFT. EMAIL: DOUBLEMENERGY@AOL.COM; PHONE: 575-391-0222 –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– WANTED (US): HITACHI EX600 EXCAVATOR. I AM LOOKING FOR A 17' ARM FOR A 600 HITACHI. EMAIL: JOHNK@NETNET.NET; PHONE: 920-655-3801 –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– WANTED (US): LINCOLN VANTAGE 500 WELDERS. I'M LOOKING FOR AT LEAST 6NO. VANTAGE 500 PREOWNED WELDERS FOR OUR COMPANY, OUR BUSINESS IS IN OIL AND GAS, PREFABRICATION, PLANT MAINTENANCE..ETC. EMAIL: FAYARD.HOSEIN@ ASEQUITHTT.COM; PHONE: 1(868)3962431 –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– WANTED (US): CATERPILLAR D10N CRAWLER DOZERS. WANT TO BUY ALL THE TIME FROM USER ONLY. BULLDOZER- D3AT, D11, ENC CAB UNDER 3500 HOURS, UNADVERTISED. MUST BE 2015 AND UP. EMAIL: JEANMAURICEBOUTIN@VIDEOTRON.CA; PHONE: 1 450 346 8975 –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– WANTED (MI): JCB - ALL MODELS, MATERIAL HANDLERS. LOOKING FOR A JCB 940 OR COMPARABLE BRAND, ROUGH TERRAIN FORKLIFT. EMAIL: CWELLER@WELLERSALVAGE.COM; PHONE: 616-257-1326 ––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––
WANTED (AL): KENWORTH T8 SERIES DUMP TRUCKS AND MACK GU713 ROLL OFF TRUCKS. COMMENTS: CLASS 8 , ROLLOFF TRUCKS, DUMP TRUCKS, VOCATIONAL TRUCKS, ANY BRANDS, QUANTITIES, OR YEAR MODELS. I HAVE AN ONGOING NEED TO BUY LOTS OF THESE. EMAIL: CHUGHCUMMINGSJR@ GMAIL.COM PHONE: 205-907-9787 –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– WANTED (US): HITACHI EX400LC-1 EXCAVATORS. EMAIL: ILYAS.MTCPK@GMAIL.COM PHONE: +923462653742 –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– WANTED (US) MANUFACTURER: CATERPILLAR 950B WHEEL LOADERS EMAIL: ILYAS.MTCPK@GMAIL.COM PHONE: +92-346-265-3742 –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– WANTED (PA): CATERPILLAR 973C CRAWLER LOADER. COMMENTS: LOOKING FOR A CATERPILLAR 973C READY TO GO TO WORK. EMAIL: CHICK@FITZEQUIP.NET PHONE: 215-805-3650 –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– WANTED (NM): CATERPILLAR ALL MODELS ROAD MAINTENANCE. COMMENTS: SOLICITO POR ESTE MEDIO LA COTIZACIÓN DE UNA RETROEXCAVADORA 4X4 Y UNA MOTONIVELADORA LAS DOS 2005 Y MARCA CATERPILLAR A NOMBRE DE LA EMPRESA GECOD S.A. DE C.V. EMAIL: BRAULIOALBERTO23@ GMAIL.COM PHONE: 287-110-3964 –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– WANTED (US): KOMATSU PC490LC-10 EXCAVATOR. COMMENTS: LOOKING FOR NEW OR GOOD USED 70” OR 72” DITCHING/CLEAN UP BUCKET TO PIN ONTO A KOMATSU PC490LC-10. THANK YOU IN ADVANCE. EMAIL: SALES@MARCELEQUIPMENT.COM. –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– WANTED: ALL MODELS CATERPILLAR CRAWLER LOADERS. EMAIL: RWESTON.SELAND.CO.UK@GMAIL.COM –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– WANTED (NY): ALL MODELS DINGO COMPACT TRACK LOADERS. LOOKING FOR FRONT QUICK COUPLER EMAIL: NEGRIINC@GMAIL.COM; PHONE: 845-590-2640 –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– WANTED (USA): ALL MODELS KOBELCO EXCAVATORS. ANY 20 TO 40 TON KOBLECO EXCAVATORS IN GOOD CONDITION. EMAIL: REBUILD@TUSCO.NET –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– WANTED (USA): CATERPILLAR 307 SSR EXCAVATOR. EMAIL: MYPERSONALCADDY@ HOTMAIL.COM; PHONE: 1-613-662-4535 ––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––
WANTED (CA): CATERPILLAR 950E WHEEL LOADERS. CAT MOTOR GRADERS 140G SERIAL 72V11000 UP CAT WHEEL LOADERS 950B, 950E, 916, 930, 966D, 926, 966E, 966F, 966FII DYNAPAC ROLLERS CA251, CA252, CA262, CA301, CA302, CA362, CA602 HITACHI EXCAVATORS EX200, EX270, EX400, EX60WD, EX100WD JOHN DEERE WHEEL EXCAVATOR 495D, 595D. EMAIL: ZOHAIBKHAN212@OUTLOOK.COM; PHONE: 00923319949449 –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– WANTED (NY): NEW HOLLAND COMPACT TRACK LOADERS. NEED SOMETHING 2009 10,000 UNDER COMPACT SKID LOADER FOR DIGGING POOLS, USED OR LEASED ASAP!!!!!! I HAVE 20 POOLS NEED DONE. EMAIL: JOSHUA021188@GMAIL.COM; PHONE: 716-225-7171 –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– WANTED (CT): ALLMAND TLB 425 BACKHOE LOADER. EMAIL: DARRENCMAS@YAHOO.COM; PHONE: 860-212-6681 –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– WANTED (USA): LULL - LULL 644, 944, 1044 FORK LIFTS. EMAIL: REBUILD@TUSCO.NET –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– WANTED (USA): CATERPILLAR D6R CRAWLER DOZER. WE ARE LOOKING FOR: CAT D6R/T 36” COMPLETE SET OF SYSTEM ONE PADS – NEW OR USED PLEASE FORWARD DETAILS, ASKING PRICE AND PHOTOS TO: SALES@MARCELEQUIPMENT.COM. WE APPRECIATE AND THANK YOU FOR YOUR RESPONSE. –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– MANUFACTURER: CATERPILLAR D8T CRAWLER DOZER. WE ARE LOOKING FOR THE FOLLOWING: CAT D8N/R/T COUNTERWEIGHT DRAWBAR AND SET OF NEW OR USED SYSTEM ONE TRACK CHAINS FOR A CAT 330CL PLEASE FORWARD DETAILS, ASKING PRICE AND PHOTOS TO: SALES@MARCELEQUIPMENT.COM. WE APPRECIATE AND THANK YOU FOR YOUR RESPONSE. –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– WANTED (USA): ALL MODELS POWERHOUSE COMPACT TRACK LOADERS UNIT WITH ATTACHMENTS : BUCKET, AUGER, TRENCHER, TRAILER. EMAIL: TOOLMADAM@GMAIL.COM –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– WANTED (PA): BROCE BROOM - ALL MODELS SWEEPER TRUCKS. LOOKING FOR LATE MODEL STREET SWEEPER WORK READY - PREFER STILL UNDER WARRANTY. EMAIL: BUCCIROCK@AOL.COM; PHONE: 215-518-6211 –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– WANTED (CA): USED MINI MOTOR GRADER. DON'T NEED THE LASER SYSTEM. JUST THE MINI MOTOR GRADER. EMAIL: SFKF36@GMAIL.COM –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– WANTED (US): LOOKING FOR HANIX DEALER TO SUPPLY NEW OR USED PARTS FOR HANIX N450 MINI GIANT. EMAIL: BANDIWILSON@SHAW.CA ––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––
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RITCHIE BROS. AUCTIONEERS www.rbauction.com 402-421-2631
BIG IRON www.bigiron.com 800-937-3558
• Orlando, FL November 12, 2019
• ONLINE ONLY November 13, 2019
• Phoenix, AZ November 14, 2019
• ONLINE ONLY November 20, 2019
• Grande Prairie, AB November 19 - 20, 2019
• ONLINE ONLY November 27, 2019
• Lethbridge, AB November 27, 2019
• ONLINE ONLY December 4, 2019
HENDERSON AUCTIONS www.hendersonauctions.com 225-686-2252 • Livingston, LA December 12 - 14, 2019 For: 3-Day Winter Public Auction HESS AUCTIONEERS www.hessauctioneers.net 866-511-2493 • Marietta, PA Fri., December 13, 2019 For: Trucks, Trailers & Equipment • Marietta, PA Fri., February 14, 2020 For: Trucks, Trailers & Equipment HUNYADY AUCTION COMPANY www.hunyady.com 800-233-6898 • ONLINE ONLY Wed., November 13, 2019 For: Absolute Auction Glenn O. Hawbaker, Inc. • Export, PA Wed., November 20, 2019 For: Absolute Auction Kukurin Contracting, Inc.
IRON AUCTION GROUP www.ironauctiongroup.com 864-546-1216 • Cedar Bluff, VA Thurs., November 14, 2019 For: Absolute Public Auction JEFF MARTIN AUCTIONEERS, INC. www.jeffmartinauctioneers.com 601-450-6200 • ONLINE ONLY November 6 - 13, 2019 For: Iowa/Nebraska Insurance Co. Flood Liquidation Auction • Ottumwa, IA Thurs., November 21, 2019 For: Contractor Surplus Liquidation Auction • Trenton, MI Tues., December 3, 2019 For: End of Season Public Auction
McGREW EQUIPMENT COMPANY www.mcgrewequipment.com 888-311-2811
STEFFES GROUP INC. www.steffesgroup.com 701-237-9173
• Seven Valleys, PA Wed., November 20, 2019 For: Farm & Construction Equipment Auction
• ONLINE ONLY November 11 – 19, 2019 For: John Deere Shop Equipment & Tractor Attachment Auction
• Seven Valleys, PA Tues., December 10, 2019 For: Farm & Construction Equipment Auction
• ONLINE ONLY November 15 - 20, 2019 For: Steffes Auction Upper Midwest Locations
• Seven Valleys, PA Tues, January 14, 2020 For: Farm & Construction Equipment Auction PURPLE WAVE AUCTION www.purplewave.com 866-608-9283
• Mount Pleasant, IA Wed., December 18, 2019 For: Yearend AgIron Mount Pleasant Event
• ONLINE ONLY Thurs., November 14, 2019 For: Construction Equipment Auction
• Litchfield, MN Thurs., December 19 2019 For: AgIron Litchfield Event
• ONLINE ONLY Thurs., November 14, 2019 For: Dolese Bros. Co. Equipment Auction • ONLINE ONLY Tues., November 19, 2019 For: Government Auction • ONLINE ONLY Wed., November 20, 2019 For: Ag Equipment Auction • ONLINE ONLY Thurs., November 21, 2019 For: Truck & Trailer Auction • ONLINE ONLY Thurs., November 21, 2019 For: Construction Equipment • ONLINE ONLY Thurs., November 21, 2019 For: ABNA Inventory Reduction Auction
• Pelzer, SC Wed., December 11, 2019 For: East Coast Public Auction
• ONLINE ONLY Fri., November 22, 2019 For: The HUB of Syracuse Retirement Auction
• Kissimmee, FL February 10 – 13, 2020 For: Annual Florida Auction
• ONLINE ONLY Tues., December 3, 2019 For: Government Auction
J.J. KANE AUCTIONEERS www.jjkane.com 856-764-7163
QUAKER CITY AUCTIONEERS INC. www.quakercityauction.com 215-426-5300
• Concord, NC Thurs., November 14, 2019 For: Construction, Utility Equipment and more
• ONLINE ONLY November 8 - 14, 2019 For: Niles Coal Fired Power Plant
• Riviera Beach, FL Sat., December 7, 2019 For: Construction, Utility Equipment and more • Villa Rica, GA Sat., December 14, 2019 For: Construction, Utility Equipment and more JOEY MARTIN AUCTIONEERS www.joeymartinauctioneers.com 864-940-4800 • Carrollton, GA Fri., December 13, 2019 For: West GA Contractors Equipment, Truck & Trailer Auction
• Larchwood, IA Tues., December 17, 2019 For: AgIron Sioux Falls Event
• ONLINE ONLY Wed., November 13, 2019 For: Vehicle & Equipment Auction
• Canton, TX Thurs., December 5, 2019 For: Oilfield, Construction & Transportation Public Auction
• Riviera Beach, FL Sat., November 23, 2019 For: Construction, Utility Equipment and more
• West Fargo, ND Wed., December 4, 2019 For: AgIron West Fargo Fall Event
RITCHASON AUCTIONEERS INC. www.ritchason.com 800-806-3395 • Lebanon, TN Sat., December 7, 2019 For: Heavy Equipment & Truck Auction
VANTAGE AUCTIONS www.vantageauctions.com 951-228-9040 • Lake Elsinore, CA Sat., December 7, 2019 For: Heavy Construction Equipment and more • Lake Elsinore, CA Sat., February 8, 2020 For: Heavy Construction Equipment and more THE AUCTION COMPANY www.theauctioncompany.net 951-657-5300 • Perris, CA December 14 - 16, 2019 For: Construction Equipment, Trucks, Trailers & more WAYNE PIKE AUCTION COMPANY www.waynepikeauction.com 763-389-2700 • Princeton, MN Sat., December 7, 2019 For: Construction Equipment, Truck & Trailer Auction WESTERN CONSTRUCTION AUCTIONS INC. www.wca-online.com 866-731-7760 • El Centro, CA Sat., November 16, 2019 For: Offsite Liquidation Sale Imperial County Auction • Holtville, CA Wed., November 20, 2019 For: Bornt & Sons Partial Liquidation Auction
ROLLER AUCTIONEERS www.rollerauction.com 866-515-1668
• Perris, CA Fri., December 13, 2019 For: Public Auction
• Denver, CO Wed., December 13, 2019 For: Construction & Contracting Equipment Auction
YODER & FREY HEAVY EQUIPMENT AUCTIONS www.yoderandfrey.com 419-865-3990
RTI AUCTIONS www.teitsworth.com 585-243-1563 • ONLINE ONLY November 5 - 12, 2019 For: November NetAuction
• Findlay, OH Thurs., December 5, 2019 For: Heavy Equipment Auction • Kissimmee, FL February 12 – 15, 2020 For: Annual Florida Auction
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ADVERTISER INDEX To read articles about these CEG advertisers, visit www.constructionequipmentguide.com 4 RIVERS...................................................................................................14
METSO MINERALS SCREENING........................................................... 43
AED SUMMIT/CONDEX........................................................................... 28
AU EQUIPMENT LLC............................................................................... 37
PURPLE WAVE INC..................................................................................61
BANDIT INDUSTRIES INC....................................................................... 45
ROADTEC INC.......................................................................................... 29
RUBBLE MASTER AMERICAS CORP.................................................... 42
CEG SCALE MODELS..............................................................................54
SCREEN MACHINE INDUSTRIES...........................................................40
COMMERCE TRUCK & EQUIPMENT SALE...........................................20
SIMPSON AND SONS TRADING...............................................................2
SUPERIOR EQUIPMENT......................................................................... 18
CONSTRUCTION EQUIPMENT GUIDE........................................34,59,63
DIESEL SERVICE AND SUPPLY............................................................... 9
TEREX TRUCKS/VOLVO......................................................................... 19
DITCH WITCH OF ARIZONA.............................................................. 23,24
TOWMASTER INC.................................................................................... 18
DOOSAN.................................................................................................. 6,7 DOOSAN PORTABLE POWER.................................................................. 5 DRESSTA NORTH AMERICA...................................................................49 ESCO CORP............................................................................................. 48 FELLING TRAILERS................................................................................. 20 FISHER TOOLS........................................................................................ 22 FLANGE LOCK..........................................................................................14 FLUID CONTROL SERVICES.................................................................... 9
TEXAS SUPPLEMENT BANE MACHINERY.................................................................................. 20 BEE EQUIPMENT SALES LTD................................................................ 10 COMPACT CONSTRUCTION EQUIPMENT .............................................5 CONSTRUCTION EQUIPMENT GUIDE.................................................. 18 FECON...................................................................................................... 13
HEAVY EQUIPMENT TRANSPORTATION..............................................22
HENDRIX MACHINERY LLC...................................................................... 3
HIGH TECH INDUSTRIES..........................................................................1
HITACHI CONSTRUCTION MACHINERY .........................................52,53
INMAN TEXAS.......................................................................................... 10
HYUNDAI CONSTRUCTION EQUIPMENT........................................ 10,11
J & B PAVELKA INC..................................................................................14
ISUZU DIESEL............................................................................................ 9
MCCOURT & SONS EQUIPMENT...........................................................11
KIRBY-SMITH MACHINERY INC..............................................................64
NUECES POWER EQUIPMENT...........................................................9,17
KOBELCO CONSTRUCTION MACHINERY ......................................30,31
POWERSCREEN TEXAS......................................................................... 15
KOMATSU AMERICA CORP..................................................... 26,27,50,51
ROMCO EQUIPMENT CO.....................................................................2,13
STANLEY PARTS & EQUIPMENT CO.....................................................17
KUBOTA ENGINE AMERICA CORPORATION........................................25
TROPHY TRACTOR................................................................................... 3
LABOUNTY MANUFACTURING INC.......................................................41
VERMEER OF TEXAS-LOUISIANA........................................................... 7
WAUKESHA-PEARCE INDUSTRIES INC................................................. 6
METSO MINERAL CRUSHING........................................................... 38,39
WYLIE IMPLEMENT................................................................................. 17
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2012 Komatsu PC138USLC-8 USLC-8
2013 Komats su PC210LC-10
201 12 Komatsu PC240LC-10
KM12210 $83,250 3,900 hrss.
KM1 13019D $91,500 0 7,000 hrs.
$97,350 6,400 hrs.
2012 Komatsu PC490LC-10
2012 2 Komatsu D61EX-23
2013 Komatsu D51PX-22
2012 Komatsu D65EX-17
$134,500 8,000 hrs.
$1 139,500 5,450 hrs.
$104,750 4,550 0 hrs.
$134,,750 6,600 hrs.
2015 Wirtgen WR200XLI
2012 2 Komatsu WA380-7 A
2012 Komatsu HM M400-3
2016 Ko omatsu WA270-7 A
Cold Recycler WR15024 $274,850 2,200 hrs.
KM12391D $1 119,300 5,750 hrs.
KM12459D $269,500 7,950 0 hrs.
$139,,900 2,100 hrs.
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