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Disneyland’s Newest Park Is ‘Out of This World’ Disney Parks photo

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Disney Parks photo

Disney’s newest land, now under construction, will transport visitors to a remote outpost planet that existed a long time ago in a galaxy far, far away.

By Chuck Harvey CEG CORRESPONDENT

Caltrans Replaces U.S. 101 Br idge...21

Table of Contents ................4 California Section ........21-28 Parts Section ....................47 Trailers Section ............51-64 Paving Section ............ 67-75 Auction Section ..........79-87 Business Calendar ............81 Advertisers Index ..............86

Fantastic design, modeling and construction lead to new lands and amusements at Anaheim’s Disneyland Park and California Adventure. When a new land is planned, crews have the task of constructing a themed-village with

shops, restaurants rides and attractions. And they do it with a sense of fantasy, adventure and eye-catching realism that Disney is famous for. Disney’s newest land, now under construction, will transport visitors to a remote outpost planet that existed a long time ago in a galaxy far, far away. Yes, Star Wars Land is taking shape behind the scenes at Disneyland. Disney has posted signs that offer a see DISNEY page 22

brief explanation of what’s coming.

Voters Approve Local Taxes for Construction Voters approved several longterm measures to increase local sales taxes for public construction and operations on Nov. 8. Los Angeles and San Diego voters each approved measures to raise the sales tax rate ½-cent in 2017 to generate $120 billion and $18 billion, respectively, over 40 years. New Jersey voters approved a ballot that would require the

recent 23-cent gas tax increase to be dedicated completely to transportation funding. In Los Angeles, construction would begin on $2.5 billion each in 2018 and 2019 on projects including local street improvements. Spending in San Diego would include transit and road projects. Atlanta-area voters approved varying amounts of sales tax

increases for expanding and improving mass transit and other transportation. Numerous local bond issues authorizing $500 million or more passed. California • $3.5 billion for the San Francisco Bay Area Rapid Transit Authority;

• $3.3 billion for the Los Angeles Community College District (CCD); • a $1.2 billion city homeless bond plan in Los Angeles; • $750 million each for the Chino Valley and San Juan Unified School Districts (USDs); • $748 million for the San Jose–Evergreen CCD; see CONSTRUCTION page 42


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2010 John Deere 700J LGP, Stk#: 10269, EROPS, A/C, 6 Way Blade, 3,908 hrs., 24" Pads, 11 ft. Wide ............................................$89,500

2011 John Deere 650J LT, Stk#: 10291, OROPS, 6 Way Blade, 3,517 hrs., 80% U/C, 18" Pads, 8' 9" Wide ....................................$59,500

Ingersoll-Rand SD100D, Stk#: 10546, 84" Smooth Drum w/Pad Drum Shell Kit, 863 hrs., 2008 Cat D6N LGP, Stk#: 10462, OROPS, Sweeps, Rear Screen, 6 Way Blade, 8,332 hrs., 8' 6" Push Blade, 23.1x26R3, Tires, 4 Cyl. Cummins Eng. ......................................$49,500 34" Pads, 13' 4" Wide ............................$72,500

2008 Cat D6T XW, Stk#: 10444, EROPS, A/C & Heat, 6 Way V-Pat Blade, 10,006 hrs., Model D6MS Rear Ripper, 80% U/C, 30" Pads, 13' 6" Wide ....................................................$109,500

2011 John Deere 700J LGP, Stk#: 10424, OROPS, 6 Way Blade, 5,372 hrs., 80% U/C, 30" Pads, 11 ft. Wide ..................................$69,500

2015 John Deere 700K XLT, Stk#: 10480, EROPS, A/C, FM Stereo, 6 Way Blade, 1,168 hrs., 22" Pads, Rear Ripper, 10 ft. Wide .............. ............................................................$129,500

2015 John Deere 3032E, Stk#: 10515, OROPS, 103 hrs., 4WD, 62" Front Loader Bucket, JD 2006 Cat D5G LGP, Stk#: 10506, EROPS, A/C, Eng., 25x8.50-14 Front Tires, 15x19.5 Rear Sweeps, Rear and Side Screens, 6 Way Blade, Tires, Frontier RC2060 Mower S# 1XFRC20XE0061455..............................$22,500 4,419 hrs., 26" Pads, 10' 8" Wide ..........$72,500

2015 John Deere 700K LGP, Stk#: 10507, EROPS, A/C, FM Stereo, Sweeps, Rear Screen, 6 Way Blade, 534 hrs., 90% U/C, 30" Pads, 11 ft. Wide ....................................................$139,500

1999 Flat Rack F/BV/4508, Stk#:10497, 40' L x 8' W ........................................................$4,250

2015 Big Tex Dump, Stk#: #10249, 25,900 lbs. GVWR, Net Pay Load 17,340 lbs., 48" Spread Axle, 20 ft. L / 4 ft. Walls, 7' 9" W, Folding Rear 2003 Komatsu HM300, Stk#: 10223, EROPS, Gate w/Heavy Duty Ramps, D Rings Inside Trailer, 2006 JLG 400S, Stk#: 10288, 500 lbs., 40 ft., A/C, 10,817 hrs., 38,419 Miles, 23.5x25 Tires, 6 ST235/85R16 Ries, Front Tool Box..........$14,500 2,501 hrs., 4WD, Vortec 4 Cyl. Gas Eng.$18,500 Cyl. Komatsu Eng., 11' 6" Height ..........$49,500

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1975 John Deere 570A, Stk#: 10019, EROPS, 969 hrs., 12 ft. M/B w/Slide & Tip Control, 60% Tires, 13.00x24 Tires, 6 Cyl. JD Eng., New Rebuilt Engine........................................$23,500

2013 John Deere 35D, Stk#: 10421, EROPS, A/C & Heat, 1,671 hrs., 12" Bucket, Front Blade, Aux. Hyd., 12" Rubber Tracks, Quick Coupler, 3 Cyl. YanMar Eng. ..................................$36,500

2012 John Deere 770G, Stk#: 10460, EROPS, A/C & Heat, FM Stereo, 3,995 hrs., 14 ft. M/B, Hyd. Sideshift, TIP Control, Push Block, Ripper, 17.5Rx25 Tires, JD Eng. ......................$139,500

2012 John Deere 772G, Stk#: 10461, EROPS, A/C & Heat, FM Stereo, 5,509 hrs., 14 ft. M/B, Hyd. Sideshift, TIP Control, Push Block, Ripper, 17.5Rx25 Tires, JD Eng. ......................$139,500

2014 Cat 262D, Stk#: 10324, EROPS, A/C, 471 hrs., 72" Bucket, Aux. Hyd., 12x16.5 Tires, 4 Cyl. Cat Eng. ................................................$39,500

2008 Cat D6T LGP, Stk#: HR-538, EROPS, A/C, Sweeps, Rear Screen, St./Tilt Blade, 6,341 hrs., Paccar Winch S#0801742, 36" Pads, 13' 4" Wide ..................................................$129,500

2015 Cat 272D, Stk#: 10449, EROPS, A/C, 316 hrs., 74" Bucket, Aux. Hyd., 12x16.5 Tires, 4 Cyl. Cat Eng ..................................................$46,500

2005 Sterling Water Truck, Stk#: #10487, 2,500 Gallon Tank, 1,000 GPM Pump, PTO, 829,220 hrs., 5 Air Sprays (2) Front, (2) Rear, (1) Side, Air Ride Susp, Cat C13 Acert Diesel Eng, 430hp, 2014 Doosan LSC60HZ, Stk#: HR-582, We have 2013 John Deere 624K, 10238, EROPS, A/C & 2013 Komatsu PC360LC-10, Stk#: HR-660, Heat, FM Stereo, 1,673 hrs., 8' 8" Bucket, 3,659 hrs., 54" Bucket, 32" Pads, 85% U/C.......... 7 Spd Transmission, Power Steering, 11Rx24.5 several to choose from, St. 175x80R13 Tires, ............................................................$129,500 Tires ......................................................$32,500 3 Cyl. Kubota Eng. ..................................$3,850 20.5Rx25 Tires, 11 ft. Height ............$132,500

2016 Kobelco SK210LC-9, Stk#: HR-701, EROPS, A/C, FM Stereo, 14 hrs., 42" Bucket, 10'6" Wide, 32" Pads..........................$139,500

2014 John Deere 450J LGP, Stk#: HR-510, 2011 Komatsu D65PX-163, Stk#: HR-658, OROPS, 6 Way Blade, 1,485 hrs., 24" Pads, 9' EROPS, A/C, Heat, 3,995 hrs., Straight Blade w/ 7" Wide ..................................................$69,500 Tilt, Engine Enclosures ........................$119,500

2009 Cat 12M, Stk#: HR-664, EROPS, A/C, 6,318 hrs., 14 ft. M/B, Hyd. Sideshift\ w/Tilt, TIP 2010 Ditch Witch RT45, Stk#: 10330, OROPS, 2016 John Deere 35G, Stk#: #HR-635, EROPS, 2012 Komatsu HM300, Stk#: HR-667, EROPS, Control, 14Rx24 Tires, Cat C6.6 ACERt Diesel 732 hrs., 6" Trench, Slide Boom, 64" Tilt Blade, 3 A/C, 406 hrs, 24” Bkt, Aux. Hyd, 68” Push Blade, A/C, FM Stereo, 7,838 hrs., 23.5Rx25 Tires, 6 Eng., 173 hp. ........................................$98,500 Cyl. Deutz Eng., 26x12.00-12 Tires........$17,500 12” Rubber Tracks, 3 Cyl. YanMar Eng..$47,500 Cyl. Komatsu Eng., 11' 8" Height ........$119,500

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2007 Ditch Witch RT40, Stk#: 9992, OROPS, 1,072 hrs., 64” Push Blade, 6” Trench, 26x12.00x12 Tires, 3 Cyl. Deutz Eng. ....$16,500


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CASH-STRAPPED NEW MEXICO TAKES BACK CONSTRUCTION FUNDS

New Mexico will cancel 115 state-funded construction projects and refinance others to close a major budget gap, under a solvency bill signed on Oct. 21 by Gov. Susana Martinez.

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HIGH-TECH TOOL TO PREVENT LANDSLIDES TO BE DEVELOPED

21 Section (SCATS) of the State of Nevada’s Division of Industrial Relations for its successful completion of the Safety and Health Achievement Recognition Program (SHARP).

A University of New Mexico professor is working with the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers to develop a device to create three-dimensional images of canyons and washes in real-time.

21 NEW U.S. 101 BRIDGE SOLVES FLOOD

10 HDOT HOLDS 10TH ANNUAL CONSTRUCTION

At the border of San Mateo County and Santa Clara County, Calif., the U.S.-101 bridge carries motorists over the San Francisquito Creek.

ISSUES

AWARD WINNERS AT CONVENTION The American Road & Transportation Builders Association (ARTBA) recognized transportation design and construction industry leaders Oct. 5 with division awards during the association’s national convention, held in Tucson, Ariz.

14 CONSTRUCT A PERFECT HOLIDAY WITH

27 FLOOD RISK RAISED FROM DAM IN

More than 2,200 bidders participated online and in person at Ritchie Bros.’ multi-million dollar unreserved public equipment auction in Phoenix, Ariz., on

LOS ANGELES COUNTY The Army Corps of Engineers has raised its estimation of flood risk from the Whittier Narrows Dam in eastern Los Angeles County.

28 OCTA AWARDS $1.2B CONTRACT FOR I-405 IMPROVEMENT PROJECT The Orange County Transportation Authority’s board of directors selected OC 405 Partners to design and construct the I-405 Improvement Project, a major step in the agency’s effort to speed up travel times for roughly 370,000 daily drivers between Costa Mesa and the Los Angeles County line.

30 SR 28 CONSTRUCTION SEASON COMPLETE

CEG’S GIFT GUIDE It’s gift-giving time again, and CEG has compiled a list of ideas for every construction lover on your list, from the littlest tikes to those who have been around the site a few times. There are even a few selections for four-legged family members.

20 TIER 2 PIRTEK FRANCHISE READIES FOR COLORADO STARTUP

The Nevada Department of Transportation’s state Route 28 Shared Use Path and Safety/Stormwater Enhancement project’s initial construction season has concluded.

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Cash-Strapped New Mexico Takes Back Construction Funds By Morgan Lee ASSOCIATED PRESS

SANTA FE, N.M. (AP) New Mexico will cancel 115 state-funded construction projects and refinance others to close a major budget gap, under a solvency bill signed on Oct. 21 by Gov. Susana Martinez. The Republican governor approved the plan shifting almost $90 million to state operating reserves by canceling local construction projects authorized in 2013 and 2014 that never broke ground. Payment for other projects would be shifted from the state’s overburdened general fund to sever-

ance tax bonds. The canceled projects across the state include improvements to a Navajo reservation chapter house, senior centers, railroad crossings, roads, irrigation ditches, playgrounds and an airport hangar. Martinez used her veto pen to spare four projects, including $564,000 in state funding for a welcome center at the National Hispanic Cultural Center in Albuquerque and $588,000 for permanent museum at Indian Pueblo Cultural Center in Albuquerque. The canceled projects would have cost about $11 million. Lawmakers approved a package of solvency bills in

October during a special session to help address a nearly $600 million operating budget deficit. Martinez is considering proposed legislation to cut state agency spending by $171 million. New Mexico’s budget woes are linked to a downturn in energy markets that has taken a bite out of taxes and royalties from oil and natural gas production and sent shock waves through the economy. The plan if left intact would restore depleted state operating reserves to about 1 percent of annual revenue stream. Operating reserves stood at over 11 percent last summer. It is unclear whether minimal account balance will be enough to satisfy credit rating agencies. Moody’s Investors Service is reviewing the state’s finances for a possible downgrade to debt ratings, a move that would increase borrowing costs. The governor already signed bills that would close tax loopholes, tap into reserves from a tobacco settlement fund, sweep together idle funds from various government accounts. The Legislature proposed 5.5 percent budget reductions at most state agencies. Public school funding would decrease by 3.3 percent, with an emphasis on paring administrative costs. The Public Safety and Children, Youth and Families department would be exempt from cuts. State law includes prohibitions against deficit spending, including possible fines and even prison time for a state treasurer or secretary of finance who knowingly spends beyond fund balances. (This story also can be found on Construction Equipment Guide’s website at www.constructionequipmentguide.com.)

High-Tech Tool to Prevent Landslides to Be Developed ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. (AP) A University of New Mexico professor is working with the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers to develop a device to create three-dimensional images of canyons and washes in real-time. The device would attach to airplanes deployed to fight fires. So far, one has been attached to aircraft. UNM says the device’s infrared imaging system takes high-resolution photographs of the landscape, and then processes them into images that resemble three-dimensional models. Those models help engineers and emergency crews decide where to reinforce slopes to prevent landslides, which can damage property, and in a worst-case scenario, threaten lives, in a fire’s aftermath. Assistant professor Chris Lippett and his research group, GIScience for Environmental Management, have been working on the project with the Army Corp of Engineers and the New Mexico Wing Civil Air Patrol. (This story also can be found on Construction Equipment Guide’s website at www.constructionequipmentguide.com.)


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HDOT Holds 10th Annual Construction Career Days Event The Hawaii Department of Transportation (HDOT) sponsored the 10th annual Hawaii Construction and Career Days event that took place Oct. 27 to 28, 2016, at the Aloha Stadium, lower Halawa lot. Construction Career Days is an annual two-day free event designed to provide high school and college students with a hands on experience with career and educational opportunities that are available in Hawaii’s construction industry. Participants were able to operate heavy construction equipment, test their skills on a crane simulator, compete in skill building activities and much more. “HDOT is proud to give back to the community and our future contractors and skilled workers,” said Ford Fuchigami, Hawaii Department of Transportation

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Throughout the day, students could visit various booths with information on educational opportunities in the construction field as well as learn about career paths from industry representatives.

Participants were able to operate heavy construction equipment, test their skills on a crane simulator, compete in skill building activities and much more.

director. “Events like this help paint the picture for our youth about what a career in construction might look like.” For safety and added realism, each student was provided with a back pack, hard hat, safety goggles

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Construction Career Days is an annual two-day free event designed to provide high school and college students with a hands on experience with career and educational opportunities that are available in Hawaii’s construction industry.

and earplugs to wear as they circulated through the two event areas. The “Trades” area included carpenters, painters, tapers, floor layers, glaziers, electricians, laborers, masons, operating engineers, plumbers, roofers, insulators and

ironworkers. In the “Heavy Equipment” area, students had the opportunity to operate several pieces of equipment including backhoes, excavators, cherry pickers, boom trucks, see HDOT page 38

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The “Trades” area included carpenters, painters, tapers, floor layers, glaziers, electricians, laborers, masons, operating engineers, plumbers, roofers, insulators and ironworkers.


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ARTBA Names 2016 Division Award Winners at Convention The American Road & Transportation Builders Association (ARTBA) recognized transportation design and construction industry leaders Oct. 5 with division awards during the association’s national convention, held in Tucson, Ariz. The association announced the following honorees: Guy Kelcey: Tim Faerber, senior vice president, HNTB Corp. This award, which honors Guy Kelcey, one of the Planning & Design (P&D) division’s organizers, is given each year to an ARTBA member who has exhibited a high degree of service to the association’s P&D Division. Paul F. Phelan Memorial: Randy Lake, CEO, Oldcastle Materials Established in 1971, it is given annually in recognition of outstanding contributions to the ARTBA Materials and Services Division and the transportation construction industry. John “Jake” Landen Memorial Highway Safety: King Gee (public sec-

tor), director of Engineering and Technical Services for the American Association of State Highway and Transportation Officials (AASHTO) and 35-year leader at the U.S. Federal Highway Administration; and Bryce Anderson (private sector), chairman of Ennis-Flint. Established in 1989 in memory of Traffic Safety Industry Division leader and Past ARTBA Chairman (1976) J.C. Landen, this annual award recognizes outstanding contributions to highway safety. S.S. Steinberg: Teresa Adams, professor of Civil & Environmental Engineering, University of Wisconsin Madison Created in honor of S.S. Steinberg, the founding president of the Research and Education Division, the award recognizes an individual who has made remarkable contributions to transportation education. (This story also can be found on Construction Equipment Guide’s website at www.constructionequipmentguide.com.)


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Construct a Perfect Holiday With CEG’s Gift Guide By Brenda Ruggiero CEG CORRESPONDENT

It’s gift-giving time again, and CEG has compiled a list of ideas for every construction lover on your list, from the littlest tikes to those who have been around the site a few times. There are even a few selections for four-legged family members. Carter’s Pajamas This toddler boy’s pajama set from Carters comes in a fun construction print. The 4-piece cotton set includes a short-sleeved shirt, a long-sleeved shirt, and two pairs of pants and comes in a variety of sizes. The list price is $34 at Kohls. http://www.kohls.com/product/prd-2596420/toddlerboy-carters-4-pc-print-pajama-set.jsp?ci_mcc =ci&utm_campaign=INF%20TOD%20SLEEPWEAR&utm_medium=CSE&utm_source=google &utm_product=18045902&CID=shopping15& gclid=COLc7vCKktACFdJZhgodZ_8Ahg&gclsrc =aw.ds&dclid=CMPNgvKKktACFVEENwods7UL8Q Construction Rubber Ducks These assorted vinyl rubber ducky construction workers are ready to get to work with their hard hats and tools. They measure 2 in. (5 cm), and can be bought separately for $.99 each or by the dozen for $6.49, making them a great choice for stocking stuffers or party favors. http://www.partypalooza.com/Merchant2/merchant.mvc?Screen=PROD&Product_Code= ConstructionRubberDucky&gclid=CJiag_ uKktACFdJZhgodZ_ Pallet of Concrete Chocolate is always a good choice, and when it is part of a novelty gift, it’s even better. This gift includes 14 oz. (397 g) of milk chocolate concrete bags on a real miniwooden pallet. Price: $24.99 http://www.applecookies.com/builder-contractorconstruction/pallet-of-concrete/

Cast Iron Tool Bottle Openers These whimsical, yet functional, cast iron bottle openers are designed to mimic the look and feel of classic tools. They come in a choice of a wrench or a hammer, for $19 each. http://www.uncommongoods.com/product/castiron-tool-bottle-openers

Crawler Crane Glass Ornament Construction equipment enthusiasts will appreciate this glass and resin ornament. It features a yellow construction crane with a gold glitter wire jib. It measures 5.75 in. (14.6 cm) tall, and is ready to hang with a gold cord. The list price is $11.99. https://www.bronners.com/product/crawler-craneglass-ornament.do?sortby=ourPicks&refType=&from =fn&ecList= 7&ecCategory=100477

Guidecraft Construction Truck Sort-and-Match Learning Toy Set Shape-matching, sorting and pattern-recognition are even more fun to learn with construction vehicle shapes. The set includes six double-sided pattern cards and plastic pieces, a game board with stand, and a storage box. For children 3 and up, this set sells for $39.99. http://www.jcpenney.com/guidecraft-construction-truck-sort-and-match-learning-toyset/prod.jump?ppId=pp5006290290 &catId=SearchResults&searchTerm=construction

King Force Crane RC Construction Vehicle A crane, a transmitter, and a little imagination will turn a backyard into a construction site. This plastic toy is 31 in. (79 cm) high and runs on six AA batteries. It retails for $25.99. https://www.overstock.com/Sports-Toys/KingForce-Crane-RC-Construction-Vehicle/8548516/ product.html?refccid=CAK6N5PF5DCLLWSCOSA3BPL Z5A&searchidx=0

Red Balloon Construction Site Time Teacher Kids Stainless Steel Watch Kids will love learning to tell time with this Time Teacher quartz watch. Construction equipment and road signs on both the dial and the colorful fabric strap, and labeled hour and minute hands make it easy to tell time. It comes in a stainless steel case and features 3ATM water resistance. It retails for $31.99. http://www.jcpenney.com/red-balloon-construction-site-time-teacher-kids-stainless-steelwatch/prod.jump?ppId=pp5003060822 &catId=SearchResults&searchTerm=construction

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Find Holiday Gifts for All on Your List With CEG’s Gift Guide GIFTS from page 14

Construction Vehicles Wooden Magnets This 20-piece set of wooden magnets in construction vehicle shapes will be a big hit for quiet play or decoration. They sell for $15. http://www.jcpenney.com/ construction-vehicles-woodenmagnets/prod.jump?ppId=ppr 5007118979&catId=Search Results&searchTerm=construction

Melissa & Doug Stacking Construction Toy Trucks These fun stacking construction trucks are made to build, take apart and rebuild again and again. The chunky designs feature a bulldozer, dump truck and cement mixer on a freewheeling base. For ages 3 and up, the set retails for $20. http://www.jcpenney.com/ melissa-doug-stacking-construction-toy-trucks/prod.jump?ppId=1973194&catId= SearchResults&searchTerm=construction

Hard Hats #1 What could be better than a comic book featuring a super hero construction team? This first edition of Hard Hats sells for $5.99. https://squareup.com/store/tangocomics/

Stormy Construction Equipment Dog Bed Furry friends deserve a fun bed, too. Designed with removable, washable covers, this bed comes in two different sizes for various breeds. The large size sells for $79.99. http://www.zazzle.com/stormy_construction_equipment_dog_bed-256132556691753017

Earth Mover Dog T-shirt This fun T-shirt will surely be a hit with friends of the furry variety. They are machine washable and sell for $19.99. http://www.cafepress.com/+ earth_mover_dog_tshirt, 782499720

Sterling Silver Bulldozer Pendant Necklace A combination of jewelry and construction equipment will be a welcome gift, and this sterling silver necklace fits the bill. Made in the USA, its high polished, diamond cut finish makes it sparkle. The necklace sells for $19.98. http://www.bonanza. com/listings/-925Sterling-Silver-BulldozerConstruction-PendantNecklace/362631533? goog_pla=1&variation_id=129 313978&gpid=18283950120&keyword=&goog_pla=1&pos=1o5&ad_type=pla&gclid=CJiav 8bClNACFQYHhgodNfwIew

Construction Vehicles on Blue Socks Everyone needs a pair of socks decorated with construction vehicles. http://www.wheelhousedesigns. com/products/construction-vehicles-on-blue

Goodnight, Goodnight, Construction Site book “As the sun sets behind the big construction site, all the hardworking trucks get ready to say goodnight. One by one, Crane Truck, Cement Mixer, Dump Truck, Bulldozer and Excavator finish their work and lie down to rest — so they'll be ready for another day of rough and tough construction play.” This hardcover book features artwork by Tom Lichtenheld and a rhyming text by Sherri Duskey Rinker. It sells for about $10.99. http://www.target.com/p/goodnight-construction-sitehardcover-by-sherri-duskey-rinker/-/A-13297134?lnk= rec|pdpipadh1|related_prods_vv|pdpipadh1|13297134|0 Young Frank, Architect Book By Frank Viva This whimsical children’s book follows Young Frank, an aspiring architect, who lives in New York City with his grandfather, Old Frank, also an architect. Young Frank likes to use anything he finds — macaroni, pillows, toilet paper, shoes — to make buildings that twist, chairs with zigzag legs, and even entire cities. But Old Frank disapproves, saying architects only create buildings. One day they visit The Museum of Modern Art, where they see work by architects Frank Gehry, Frank Lloyd Wright, and many others. Old Frank learns that architects can do more than he thought. The Franks go home and create structures of every shape and size, using whatever they can get their hands on, even cookies. At the end of the day, Young Frank feels a little older, and Old Frank feels a little younger — and a little wiser. Retails for $16.95. https://store.moma.org/museum/moma/ProductDisplay_ Young%20Frank%20Architect_10451_10001_162154_1_26683_11486_162167 see GIFTS page 18


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CEG Makes Gifting Easy for the Construction Enthusiast GIFTS from page 16

Construction Destruction Computer Game by Valuesoft This game challenges players to “take on projects, completing them on time and within budget to become a construction tycoon. But keep your machines in control and your temper in check or you’ll pay the price for a botched job. Bid on jobs pushing your rigs to the limit to complete projects on time and on budget. Show ‘em you got what it takes to make it big. Maneuver the wrecking ball to demolish a building or use the hook to transport heavy objects. Minimum Requirements: Windows 98/ME/XP or Vista Pentium III 500 MHz 300 MB hard drive space 128 MB RAM 16 MB 3D accelerated video card with DirectX 8.1 compliant video drivers DirectX compatible sound card DirectX 8.1 (included on CD) CD-ROM. Sells for $8.98. https://www.amazon.com/Construction-Destruction/dp/B0002CU1P0/ref =sr_1_12?ie=UTF8&qid=1478449445&sr=8-12&keywords=construction+video+games

John Deere Little Boys Tee and Backpack Set This set includes a long-sleeved T-shirt and a 16 in. (40.6 cm) backpack, and sells for $32.99. https://www.amazon.com/Deere-LittleSleeve-Backpack-Construction/dp/ B01KKC97JM/ref=sr_1_24?ie=UTF8 &qid=1478449757&sr=8-24&keywords =construction+clothing

Pinbo Newborn Boys Construction Set This baby photography photo prop set is 100 percent handmade and comes in one size suitable for 0 to 6 months. https://www.amazon.com/Pinbo-NewbornConstruction-Pants-Photography/dp/B010K4550U/ ref=sr_1_74?ie=UTF8&qid=1478450167&sr=8-74 &keywords=construction+clothing

Silver Metal Backhoe Clock This clever desk clock is a metal replica of a backhoe, and is available with imprinting options. http://thegiftplanner.espwebsite.com/ ProductDetails/?productId=4805719

Tape Measure Suspenders These suspenders with a tape measure design make a great gift for those who “measure up” to the job. The suspenders are made of 2-in. wide elastic with a leather back patch, and come in several lengths. They sell for $14.95. http://www.suspenderstore.com/btapemeasureb.html

EdgeWorks Pen Screwdriver Tool This clever multitool includes a tablet stylus for tablet or phone, a pen, screwdrivers, a bubble level, and a ruler, all in a lightweight durable bright yellow aluminum housing. It sells for $10.99. https://www.amazon.com/EdgeWorks-Screwdriver-Multitool-ScrewdriversLightweight/dp/B01DU1L66C/ref=sr_1_4?s=hi&ie=UTF8&qid=1478451913&sr=14&keywords=construction+gifts

Tape Measure Gift Set This set includes an M1 tape measure in a gift box. It sells for $29.95.

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SCATS Recognizes Cashman With Top Safety Award Cashman Equipment was recognized by the Safety Consultation and Training Section (SCATS) of the State of Nevada’s Division of Industrial Relations for its successful completion of the Safety and Health Achievement Recognition Program (SHARP). Cashman Equipment is the first business in Winnemucca to ever receive this designation and the second one in the city of Elko. “Every person who leaves for work in the morning should expect to return home at night in good health,” said Mike Pack, Cashman Equipment president and COO. “It’s a very reasonable expectation, and Cashman’s ultimate goal is to meet that expectation by keeping its employees safe, every day. These SHARP Awards are the culmination of years of work for us to officially become self-governing in regards to safety.” With only 38 other SHARP-designated businesses in the state of Nevada, SHARP is an elite group of companies that have committed to implementing and maintaining exemplary safety and health programs. The no-cost SHARP program assists businesses in reducing accidents on site and remaining compliant with Occupational Safety and Health Administration’s (OSHA) regulations through internal safety audits and

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Cashman Equipment’s Chris Calleri (L), safety manager, and Dick Stewart, Elko safety specialist.

industrial hygiene testing, as well as changes to a company’s internal culture to become better suited to internal governance of its safety and health programs. Successful SHARP participants receive a two-year exemption from OSHA’s general schedule inspections.

“We are very proud to recognize Cashman Equipment’s locations in Elko and Winnemucca with their dual SHARP Awards,” said Todd Schultz, chief administrative officer for SCATS. “By earning the SHARP Awards, it shows that Cashman Equipment is truly dedicated to the health

and well-being of its employees and committed to maintaining exemplary standards when it comes to keeping its people safe.” SCATS consultants provide employers like Cashman Equipment with no-cost hazard identification, program development, and program implementation assistance. Employers who are able to implement effective safety and health programs and have a Days Away, Restricted or Transfer (DART) rate below the national average for their industry group are recognized by SCATS. “We are very pleased to receive our SHARP awards because they represent everyone’s dedication to safety here” said Pack. “People think that implementing a stronger safety program like SHARP is expensive. There are some costs in the beginning, but in the end, you are keeping your employees safe. There’s nothing more valuable than sending our people home safely, every day.” Cashman Equipment is also currently in the process of applying for its SHARP certification for its Reno location and its corporate headquarters location in Henderson. (This story also can be found on Construction Equipment Guide’s website at www.constructionequipmentguide.com.)

Tier 2 PIRTEK Franchise Readies for Colorado Startup After announcing the creation of its new Tier 2 program in August, PIRTEK will see a Tier 2 franchise launch this December in Colorado. The new franchise’s territory will run from the north of Denver to the Wyoming state line. “Construction is huge in that area,” said Fort Collins, Colo., resident Rick Ramus, one of PIRTEK’s newest franchisees. “It’s definitely a booming part of the country.” The new Tier 2 PIRTEK will open officially on Dec. 12, 2016. Ramus is renting a warehouse for his van and inventory storage. “My goal is to be a Tier 1 at the end of two years, if not sooner,” he said. PIRTEK’s standard, Tier 1 program requires a franchisee to open a full service and supply center staffed with about six team members and three mobile service vehicles — a $50,000 up-front investment. But under the Tier 2 model, a franchisee can lease two vehicles and keep inventory in a storage facility or garage. The new pro-

“I wasn’t interested in areas like fast food. There’s nothing wrong with it, but it just wasn’t me. PIRTEK intrigued me. For one thing, I really like fixing things. Also, the business model was very appealing and I liked the scalability.” Rick Ramus

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gram allows for PIRTEK ownership at a significantly lower point of entry than the traditional model. There are already several franchisees in the process of setting up Tier 2 locations. Tier 2 franchisees are expected to have a fully-staffed and outfitted service and supply center within three years. Each new mobile service vehicle in the fleet widens the exclusive territory. Under the new program, franchisees can take advantage of the full administrative support the PIRTEK corporate office provides as the business grows, just like Tier 1 franchisees.

Ramus recently went through the full training at corporate headquarters in Rockledge, Fla., a weeklong series of hands-on sessions he called “fantastic.” “I don’t know how any owner could start a franchise without going through this,” he said. “It was so thorough and helpful.” He also noted the support of other owners as an encouraging factor during the startup process. Ramus is hiring two techs, also going through the training, and will put three vans on the road. He’ll be driving one of them himself as he goes on sales calls. Ramus also

will function as a third technician when things get exceptionally busy. The new PIRTEK owner was an electrical engineer for 32 years before switching careers. He spent a great deal of time researching and reading about various franchise opportunities before choosing PIRTEK. “I wasn’t interested in areas like fast food. There’s nothing wrong with it, but it just wasn’t me,” he said. “PIRTEK intrigued me. For one thing, I really like fixing things. Also, the business model was very appealing and I liked the scalability.”

Ramus added that having a territory, as opposed to a location that depends on walk-ins and localized service, was a plus as he considered his various options. The Colorado territory is crisscrossed with new roads, he said, and is the scene of much industrial activity: oil and gas, waste and recycling and factories. PIRTEK is the only franchise of its kind in the United States, providing hydraulic and industrial hose replacement sales and services. There are 58 PIRTEK service and supply centers and a fleet of mobile service vehicles throughout the United States. Globally, PIRTEK has more than 400 locations and 2,000 mobile service vehicles in 23 countries around the world. For more information, call 888/774-7835 or visit pirtekusa.com. (This story also can be found on Construction Equipment Guide’s website at www.constructionequipmentguide.com.)


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At the border of San Mateo County and Santa Clara County, Calif., the U.S.-101 bridge carries motorists over the San Francisquito Creek. Despite the Spanish translation — Little San Francisco — this creek roars to life during storms, causing significant damage in its wake. High floodwater levels along with structural deterioration prompted the California Department of Transportation (CALTRANS) to remove and replace the San Francisquito Creek Bridge. The project also will remove and replace the West Bayshore Road and East Bayshore Road bridges over the creek. The U.S.-101 bridge over San CALTRANS photo Francisquito Creek was originally constructed in 1931 and widened in 1957 to include the frontage roads on either side of the freeway. Over the years, the bridge has deteriorated due to wear and tidal action. Based on structural inspections, a recommendation to replace the bridge was made in 2001 and reconfirmed in subsequent inspecThe creek water was rerouted to provide tions. The project vicinity has a history a dry creek bed during construction.

Crews install rebar for San Francisquito Creek Bridge deck.

of flooding, with Route 101 and adjacent properties taking a hit during severe storms. Most recently, flood waters forced a temporary closure of Route 101 at this location in 1998 with the arrival of El Nino. The storms caused the creek to burst its banks; the resulting flood damage in the cities of Palo Alto, Menlo Park and East Palo see BRIDGE page 24

Voters OK $9B for School Construction LOS ANGELES (AP) California voters approved $9 billion in state bonds for school and community college construction projects. Returns showed Proposition 51 had 53 percent of the vote. Proponents said the measure was needed for new buildings and renovations, while opponents argued the state could not afford the estimated $500 million it would cost each year to pay off the bonds. They said reform is needed in the way school construction projects are funded. The measure was funded by two developer organizations that have contributed $9 million since January, and it’s supported by the California PTA and dozens of school districts, labor and business associations.

It would authorize $6 billion in general obligation bonds for building new K-12 schools and renovating older ones, as well as $1 billion for charters and vocational schools and $2 billion for community colleges. Principal and interest payments would be paid off over 35 years and cost a total of $17.6 billion if sold at an average 5 percent interest rate. Notable opponents included Gov. Jerry Brown, a Democrat who called the proposition “the developers’ $9 billion bond” in an interview with The Los Angeles Times. (This story also can be found on Construction Equipment Guide’s website at www.constructionequipmentguide.com.)


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New Lands Coming to Disneyland & California Adventure DISNEY from page 1

And although the construction is fairly well hidden behind walls, fences and trees, some Disneyland visitors consider viewing the construction site as a park attraction in itself. They take peeks of progress through knotholes in fences or spaces between the fence posts. Or they find high spots or rides like Big Thunder Railroad where they can glimpse some of the construction in the distance. In locations near to where entry to the new land will be located, Disney has posted signs that offer a brief explanation of what’s coming. One with an artist rendering of Star Wars Land reads, “On a remote outpost planet, new adventures await.” Artist renderings of the new land show an enticing alien world trading post drawn up by creative artists and architects. The new land is being constructed on 14 acres in the northwest corner of the park. Videos taken of Star Wars construction from atop a Disneyland parking garage and posted on YouTube show bulldozers, backhoes, numerous cranes, cement mixers, scrapers and hauling trucks busily at work on the massive project. Large amounts of rebar, electrical conduit, walls, posts for walls, tunnels and huge piles of dirt can be seen at the construction site. Builders also are constructing a new route for the Disneyland Railroad with tracks crossing over one of the entrances to Star Wars Land. Star Wars Land takes over some of Frontierland acreage including backstage areas, Big Thunder Ranch and part of Rivers of America. Disney began construction of Star Wars Land on April 14 of this year. An opening date for the land has not been announced, but construction is expected to take several years to complete. Coming up in 2017, Disneyland’s Rivers of America is scheduled to reopen after being closed more than a year to make way for construction of Star Wars Land. Some walls in the Star Wars Land project are built around a new channel for Rivers of America. Not far away in Tomorrowland the Space Mountain and Star Tours rides have been overhauled to include special effects from the movie “Star Wars: The Force Awakens.” Anticipation of the Star Wars Land is growing, but Disney is mostly mum on the project. One thing that is known is that Star Wars Land at Disneyland and Walt Disney World in Florida will be Disney’s two biggest inpark expansions ever. And Anaheim officials expect Star Wars Land at Disneyland to provide a solid boost to tourism in the area and to the Orange County economy.

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Anaheim officials expect Star Wars Land at Disneyland to provide a solid boost to tourism in the area and to the Orange County economy.

Disney has already pledged to spend at least $1 billion at its Anaheim resort area in return for a city promise not to tax park admission for at least 30 years. Disney spent a reported $200 million on Radiator Springs Racers in Cars Land within California Adventure. It is thought that construction of Star Wars attractions will cost at least that much. Disney paid George Lucas, creator of Star Wars, $4 billion in 2012 for the Star Wars franchise of which Star Wars Land is part. According to a map of the Star Wars expansion provided by www.micechat.com, Star Wars Land will feature several major attractions including Battle Escape and Millennium Falcon. It will also have restaurants and shops. The Micechat site, not associated with Walt Disney Co., reported that show buildings will be more than 150 ft. (46 m) tall with interiors that are sunk into the ground. Exteriors will be hidden inside themed rock cliffs and forested mountains. The layout shows that the Battle Escape attraction will be larger than all of Disney’s Toon Town. Star Wars Land will have three entrances. One will be from Big Thunder Trail. Another will be near the border between Fantasyland and Frontierland. The third will be from between the Hungry Bear Restaurant and Rivers of America. Under the heading “Disney Rumor Update”, Micechat.com reported that Walt Disney Imagineering department wants to see DISNEY page 26

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Walt Disney Imagineering has been granted more than 100 patents in areas like advanced audio systems, fiber optics, interactive technology, live entertainment, ride systems and special effects.

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Although construction is fairly well hidden behind walls, fences and trees, some Disneyland visitors consider viewing the construction site as a park attraction in itself.


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crete. The new bridges will have less maintenance costs and provide protection from flooding. The frontage roads utilize the same reinforced concrete foundations, piers and wing walls as the San Francisquito Creek Bridge, and are considered to be part of the same structure. This project will not involve excavating the creek itself. Robert Haus, CALTRANS public information branch chief, noted that despite the environmental challenges of working in and around a live creek, the job is running on schedule. This project was developed through a partnership with the SFCJPA which includes the cities of Palo Alto, Menlo Park and East Palo Alto, the Santa Clara Valley Water District, the San Mateo County Flood Control District and CALTRANS. (This story also can be found on Construction Equipment Guide’s website at www.constructionequipmentguide.com.) CEG


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‘On a Remote Outpost Planet, New Adventures Await’ DISNEY from page 22

leapfrog the competition at Universal Studios, Hollywood, by creating an immersive Star Wars environment that is more akin to renaissance fair costume play than a traditional visit to a theme park land. “Shops and dining would be hyper-themed and operated like elaborate dinner theaters and living history museums,” the site reported. It stated that the Millennium Falcon ride would involve moving between multiple pre-show theaters setting up the plot and what tasks must be completed once a passenger boards the Falcon and is launched into space. For those on the Battle Escape ride, the mission is to board, disembark and reboard vehicles on different levels of the massive ride building, while under attack by stormtroopers. A pit dug deep into the ground at the Battle Escape site, is required for the elevator mechanism that will make the multi-level ride possible, Micechat.com reported. It added that Battle Escape will have 150 animatronic stormtroopers, plus additional animatronic Star Wars characters in various sizes. By comparison, Pirates of the Caribbean has 75 animatronic figures. Tower of Terror Converted to Guardians of the Galaxy Attraction Meanwhile in Disney’s

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An artist rendering of Star Wars Land reads, “On a remote outpost planet, new adventures await.”

California Adventure, Twilight Zone Tower of Terror will be converted into the Marvel Comics’ Guardians of the Galaxy Mission: Breakout! The Tower of Terror is scheduled to close down in January. Guardians of the Galaxy Mission: Breakout! will open in the summer of 2017. Disney’s blog reported that Breakout will feature an epic new adventure combining the familiar freefall sensation with new visual and audio effects including music inspired by the

popular Guardians of the Galaxy film soundtrack. Work has started on the attraction and remnants, including some exterior decoration on the former Hollywood Tower Hotel, have been carted away. Also scaffolding now surrounds the upper floors of the Hollywood Tower Hotel. California Adventure’s Tower of Terror opened in 2014. At a height of 183 ft. (56 m), it is the tallest attraction at the DisneylandCalifornia Adventure Resort.

Planning, Construction of Disney Projects Although Disney divulges little about how its fantasy-filled projects take shape, they do begin much like other projects where utilities are set up, roads and sidewalks are created and buildings erected. Heavy equipment brought in is much the same as for any other big project. Bulldozers, cement trucks, backhoes and multiple large cranes are vital.

What is different is that in developing architectural drawings, architects must be highly creative and knowledgeable about Disney franchises including the Star Wars or Marvel Comics stories. And construction crews need to know special building techniques and how things like tall pinnacles of eroded rock will be fabricated in Star Wars land. They also need to know how each ride works and how to build elaborate eye-catching sets. Final construction crews must include experts on assembling rides and animatronic characters. The rides and shows of Star Wars Land are developed in a top secret Imagineering lab in Glendale, Calif. Walt Disney Imagineering Research and Development Inc. is the research and development arm of Walt Disney Co. It is responsible for creation, design and construction of Disney theme parks and attractions worldwide. In other words, construction crews for Disneyland construction projects like Star Wars Land answer to Walt Disney Imagineering Research and Development Inc. The Imagineers are basically engineers or architects, but possess a broad range of skills and talents. Their job titles fall under the banner of Imagineering and include illustrators, architects, engineers, lighting designers, show writers and graphic designers. see DISNEY page 28

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OCTA Awards $1.2B Contract for I-405 Improvement Project The Orange County Transportation Authority’s board of directors selected OC 405 Partners to design and construct the I-405 Improvement Project, a major step in the agency’s effort to speed up travel times for roughly 370,000 daily drivers between Costa Mesa and the Los Angeles County line. The project, set to begin construction next year, includes adding one regular lane in each direction — as promised in Measure M, Orange County’s halfcent sales tax for transportation improvements — and building the 405 Express Lanes in the center of the freeway. “Awarding this design-build contract is a significant milestone,” said Lori Donchak, OCTA chair. “We look forward to breaking ground on the single largest project OCTA has undertaken. The I-405 is one of the busiest highways in the nation and we want to make it

easier for the millions of people driving through this area.” OC 405 Partners is a team of firms led by OHL USA, Inc. and Astaldi Construction Corporation. Other major projects by the firms include the I-15 Corridor Reconstruction Project in Utah and the SR-826/836 Interchange Reconstruction Project in Florida. The contract awarded for project design and construction is $1.2 billion. The project is the first in the state being built using the designbuild authority provided under Assembly Bill 401 by Assemblyman Tom Daly, passed in 2013. AB 401 provides authority for regional transportation agencies and Caltrans to use the designbuild method of project delivery on state highway projects, resulting in cost and time savings. “The I-405 Improvement Project has been an unprecedented joint effort between OCTA, the

California State Transportation Agency, Caltrans, the Federal Highway Administration, state legislators and local cities,” said OCTA CEO Darrell Johnson. “After many years of hard work and dedication from multiple individuals and agencies, I am excited to see the start of the project’s design and construction.” The OCTA board also approved a toll operating agreement with Caltrans to address matters related to the design, construction, maintenance and operation of the 405 Express Lanes. The 405 Express Lanes will be the first project in the state to use the tolling authority provided last year under AB 194, authored by Assemblyman Jim Frazier. This authority is key to ensuring that operations, funding and investment decisions for the express lanes respect local planning and funding priorities. The total I-405 Improvement Project cost is $1.9 billion and will

be funded with a combination of local, state and federal funds. OCTA is currently pursuing a federal TIFIA loan to fund a significant portion of the project. In addition to constructing the new lanes, the project will rebuild 18 bridges and improve freeway access and traffic on local streets. All of this work is critical to accommodate expected employment, population and housing growth in not only Orange County, but throughout the region. Traffic on I-405 is anticipated to grow by 30 percent in the next 25 years. The 405 Express Lanes portion of the project is being modeled after the successful 91 Express Lanes, owned and operated by OCTA. With the 405 Express Lanes, solo drivers will have the choice to pay a toll to speed up their commute. Carpools of two or more people can use the 405 Express Lanes for free for the first 3.5 years after opening. Cars with

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Disney Hopes to Boost Tourism With Star Wars World DISNEY from page 26

Most work from the headquarters on Grand Central Creative Campus in Glendale, Calif., but some are deployed to satellite branches within the theme parks for long periods. Exclusive Audio, Video and Ride Systems Walt Disney Imagineering has been granted more than 100 patents in areas like advanced audio systems, fiber optics, interactive technology, live entertainment, ride systems and special effects. Even Imagineering job descriptions are fairly complex. They include titles like “senior controls hardware systems engineer (rides and attractions),” “R & D Imagineer — robotics electrical engineer,” “industrial controls systems cyber security engineer” and “R & D Imagineer — robotics mechanical engineer.” Imagineers are skilled at developing new or improved concepts for Disney attractions. For instance in developing the Disney California attraction called Soarin’, Imagineers wanted guests to experience the sensation of flight. However the Imagineers found they did not have an effective method of loading and

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The new land is being constructed on 14 acres in the northwest corner of the park.

unloading riders. The task was to be able to load multiple rows of people in a way that allowed for optimal viewing. Imagineer Mark Sumner retrieved his old erector set from his attic and by tinkering with the set, designed a ride vehicle that would effectively simulate hang gliding. Using the method, three rows of passengers could be loaded at once. The initial plan was to load passengers on three different levels. That was determined to be cost prohibitive. First known as Soarin’ Over California, the IMAX Dome HD laser-projected simulator ride opened in 2001. It took guests over several locations in California including Disneyland. That was replaced in June with Soarin’ Around the World. And for Disney Imagineers, the work never stops. New Disney attractions are like First Order stormtroopers battling the Resistance in Star Wars — they just keep coming. Once Disney’s Star Wars Land opens, visitors can participate in that battle. (This story also can be found on Construction Equipment Guide’s website at www.constructionequipmentguide.com.) CEG


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SR 28 Construction Season Complete The Nevada Department of Transportation’s state Route 28 Shared Use Path and Safety/Stormwater Enhancement project’s initial construction season has concluded. There will be construction over the next two years to complete the 3-plus mi. (4.8-plus km) shared-use path from the south end of Incline Village to Sand Harbor State Park. As part of this year’s construction, an underpass was built beneath the highway to bring the upcoming shared use path from the east to west side of the road near the Flume Trail. In addition, work began on the three new parking areas located near the Ponderosa Ranch and Tunnel Creek Café that will provide safer options for the one million recreationists who visit the area each year. This year’s efforts also included the relocation of a sewer (effluent) pipe near Hidden Beach. The next phases of construction will also include water quality improvements such as enhanced roadside drainage inlets, sediment filtration systems and erosion control to help preserve the qual-

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Construction Firms Add 11,000 Jobs Construction employers added 11,000 jobs in October as employment in the sector is at the highest level since December 2008 despite declines in public sector investments in construction projects, according to an analysis by the Associated General Contractors of America. Association officials noted that average hourly earnings for construction workers increased by 3.2 percent compared to 12 months ago as firms continue to expand amid shortages of available qualified workers. “There is a two-part story in construction right now as private-sector demand continues to boost employment while declining public-sector demand is contributing to year-overyear declines in heavy and civil engineering construction,” said Ken Simonson, the association’s chief economist. “Overall construction employment would certainly be higher if local, state and federal officials were investing more to build new and repair aging infrastructure.” Construction employment totaled 6,679,000 in October, an increase of 11,000 from September and 195,000 or 3.0 percent from a year ago. The annual rate of increase in construction employment was nearly twice as fast as the 1.7 percent increase for total nonfarm payroll employment. There were 512,000 unemployed jobseekers in October who last worked in the construction industry, the lowest total for October in 10 years, Simonson added. Residential construction — comprising residential building and specialty trade contractors — added 4,500 jobs in October and 139,700, or 5.6 percent, compared to a year ago. Nonresidential construction — building, specialty trades, and heavy and civil engineering construction firms — added 6,700 jobs for the month and gained 55,000

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DroneDeploy Launches App, Unlocks World’s Largest Drone Imagery Dataset DroneDeploy, a cloud-based drone software platform, announced the launch of the App Market, the first drone industry app store. The new DroneDeploy App Market launched with more than 15 inaugural apps, and offers third-party developers access to the largest dataset in the world of drone 2D maps and 3D models, to help solve business challenges. “Businesses have been asking for a more seamless integration of drone data into their workflows, and thirdparties have been looking to develop solutions for our global community,” said Mike Winn, CEO and co- founder of DroneDeploy. “The DroneDeploy App Market offers one-click integrations with companies like Box and John Deere, a huge step in enabling commercial drone users.” The introduction of the App Market

emphasis on accuracy, in just over a year the company has grown to four locations and has been awarded large contracts in the mining and surveying industries. “As a daily user of DroneDeploy for aerial imagery, I’m very excited to see the launch of the app store and all the new applications,” said Shelly Engel, co-owner of Bon Air Drone. “Their customizable platform is a real game changer in the drone industry.” Access to the World’s Largest Dataset of Drone Imagery Creates New Opportunities for Developers DroneDeploy’s 10,000+ users across 135 countries have mapped more than 8 million acres, larger than the country of Belgium, creating the world’s largest dataset of drone maps

“Businesses have been asking for a more seamless integration of drone data into their workflows, and third parties have been looking to develop solutions for our global community.” Mike Winn DroneDeploy

on the DroneDeploy platform creates a one-stop shop for all aspects of cloudbased drone data analysis. Users can now extend the power of DroneDeploy by leveraging third-party apps within their DroneDeploy interface on the web and mobile devices (iOS and Android). “We’re really excited to be a part of the growing drone ecosystem,” said Ross McKegney, platform director at Box. “Our partnership with DroneDeploy enables us to help our customers better leverage drone data for their business.” According to PwC, the emerging global market for businesses using drones is expected to top $127 billion by 2020. One company that has benefited from the drone industry’s exponential growth is FAA Part 107 certified drone service provider company, Bon Air Drone. As a result of its

and 3D models. For the first time in the commercial drone industry, developers will monetize and easily distribute their apps within a drone data platform. Third-party, integrated apps will accelerate innovation within the industry. The inaugural apps enable: file sharing with Box, importing field boundaries from MyJohnDeere, exporting data to Autodesk, 3D printing of drone maps with WhiteClouds, on-demand flight insurance with Verifly and more. Other apps include a flight compliance app from AirMap; a roof inspection app from EZ3D; flight logging apps from DroneLogbook, Flyte, Kittyhawk, NVdrones and Skyward; and agriculture apps from Aglytix, AgriSens, Birds.ai, Skymatics, SLANTRANGE and TensorFlight. According to Nicholas Pilkington, DroneDeploy’s CTO and co-founder, “Until now, DroneDeploy has focused

primarily on solving core challenges in the drone space around flight, data collection, processing and analysis. Now we are opening up our stack so that developers can use these technologies themselves, and can focus on building specific solutions within their domain expertise without having to reinvent the wheel.” Full developer documentation for companies wanting to leverage DroneDeploy APIs to build and distribute apps can be found here. Begin Downloading Integrated Drone Apps Today The DroneDeploy App Market features free and paid apps. Pricing models for paid apps vary upon the app, from per acre for agriculture apps to per report for roof inspection apps. Once added to an account, the new app will appear integrated within the relevant location within the DroneDeploy interface on the web and mobile. For example, if an agriculture app is installed, it may only be visible when viewing the Plant Health data layer and not within other sections of the DroneDeploy interface. To see the full list of new apps visit the DroneDeploy App Market. To learn more about today’s announcement visit the DroneDeploy blog. About DroneDeploy DroneDeploy is a leading cloud software platform for commercial drones, and is making the power of aerial data accessible and productive for everyone. DroneDeploy is transforming the way businesses leverage drones and aerial data across industries, including agriculture, construction, mining, inspection and surveying. Simple by design, DroneDeploy enables professionalgrade imagery and analysis, 3D modeling and more from any drone on any device. DroneDeploy users have mapped and analyzed more than 8 million acres in more than 135 countries. DroneDeploy is located in the heart of San Francisco. For more information, visit www.dronedeploy.com. (This story also can be found on Construction Equipment Guide’s website at www.constructionequipmentguide.com.)

KOMATSU EQUIPMENT COMPANY www.komatsueq.com 1486 South Distribution Drive Salt Lake City, UT 84104 801-972-3660 4460 Pioneer Way Elko, NV 89801 775-753-7557 3825 Losee Road North Las Vegas, NV 89030 702-399-1004 900 Marietta Way Sparks, NV 89431 775-356-1334 1409 East 3850 South St. George, UT 84790 435-986-1000 10790 South Highway 59 Gillette, WY 82718 307-682-1445 405 Jonah Drive Rock Springs, WY 82901 307-686-1300

ROAD MACHINERY www.roadmachinery.com Gilbert, AZ 480-545-2400 Phoenix, AZ 602-252-7121 Prescott, AZ 928-778-5621 Tucson, AZ 800-989-8681 Bakersfield, CA 661-695-4830 Fremont, CA 510-659-1903 Fresno, CA 559-834-3215 Mojave, CA 800-989-7121 Perris, CA 909-355-3600 Pico Rivera, CA 562-699-6767 Redding, CA 530-229-3820 Sacramento, CA 916-375-3540 Albuquerque, NM 505-345-8383 Farmington, NM 505-324-8601


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KIRBY-SMITH MACHINERY INC. www.kirby-smith.com 6715 W Reno Oklahoma City, OK 73137 800-375-3339 405-495-7820 Fax: 405-787-5973 12321 E. Pine Street Tulsa, OK 74116 800-375-3733 918-438-1700 Fax: 918-437-7065 Abilene, TX 877-577-5729 325-692-6334 Amarillo, TX 800-283-1247 806-373-2826 Dallas, TX 800-753-1247 214-371-7777 Ft. Worth, TX 877-851-9977 817-378-0600 Lubbock, TX 866-289-6087 806-745-2112 Odessa, TX 877-794-1800 432-333-7000

POWER MOTIVE CORPORATION www.powermotivecorp.com DENVER HEADQUARTERS 5000 Vasquez Blvd. Denver, CO 80216 303-355-5900 Colorado Springs, CO 719-576-5541 Grand Junction, CO 970-241-1550 Milliken, CO 970-587-1188 Durango, CO 970-259-0455 Cheyenne, WY 307-634-5149

WAUKESHA-PEARCE INDUSTRIES, INC. www.wpi.com 12320 S. Main Houston, TX 77035 713-723-1050 Fax: 713-551-0798 Tomball, TX 281-351-9016 Kilgore, TX 903-984-2011 Port Arthur, TX 409-721-5305 Corpus Christi, TX 361-884-8275 Edinburg, TX 956-386-0107 San Antonio, TX 210-648-4444 Pflugerville, TX 512-251-0013 Buffalo, TX 903-322-7150


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Johnstown, CO 970-669-6209 Fax: 970-669-6280

ARNOLD MACHINERY CO. www.arnoldmachinery.com

Salt Lake City, UT Sparks, NV 801-972-4000 Fax: 801-975-9434

775-356-1511 Fax: 775-356-0517

Idaho Falls, ID

Las Vegas, NV

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Phoenix, AZ

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El Paso, TX

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Austin

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Buffalo

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KIRBY-SMITH MACHINERY, INC. www.kirby-smith.com 6715 W. Reno Oklahoma City, OK 73137 800/375-3339 Fax: 405/787-5973

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cement trucks, cranes, a crane simulator and forklifts. Throughout the day, students could visit various booths with information on educational opportunities in the construction field as well as learn about career paths from industry representatives. The University of Hawaii College of Engineering and School of Architecture and the Honolulu Community College participated at this year’s event. According to Tim Sakahara of HDOT, the event was a tremendous success with students from 21 schools participating. Adult participants from a variety of organizations also participated. For more information, visit http://www.hawaiiccd.com/. (This story also can be found on Construction Equipment Guide’s website at www.constructionequipmentguide.com.)

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RESPECTFULLY DISREGARDS CONVENTIONAL EXCAVATOR WISDOM. Plenty of people make compact excavators. But none can say they engineered the first mini-excavator, zero tail swing excavator, swing-boom excavator and rubber-tracked excavator. At Yanmar, we simply can’t stop innovating. That’s why our nine excavators – seven with true zero tail swing – are each purpose-built to overcome the most challenging conditions, work with unparalleled power and conserve fuel. So, if you just want to play around on your jobsite, go get any old excavator. BUT IF YOU’D RATHER RULE YOUR JOBSITE, GET A YANMAR. RuleTheJobsite.com

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Houston (Cypress), TX 281-671-6000

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Denham Springs, LA 225-665-7900

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San Antonio, TX 210-337-7700


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IS IN OUR GENES. ROMCO EQUIPMENT CO. www.romco.com Austin, TX • (512) 388-2529 • (877) 851-1026 Buffalo, TX • (903) 322-5602 Carmine, TX • (979) 278-3570 Dallas, TX • (214) 819-4100 • (800) 227-6626 Ft. Worth, TX • (817) 626-2288 • (866) 966-4602 Houston, TX • (713) 937-3005 • (800) 865-6998 Longview, TX • (903) 758-5576 Rio Grande Valley, TX • (956) 565-0100 San Antonio, TX • (210) 648-4600 • (800) 966-4601 ROL Remote Oilfield Location Three Rivers, TX • (361) 254-2317

HONNEN EQUIPMENT CO. www.honnen.com 5055 E. 72nd Ave., Commerce City, CO (303) 287-7506 • (800) 646-6636 Durango, CO • (970) 247-4460 Grand Junction, CO • (970) 243-7090 Ogden, UT • (801) 627-0049 Salt Lake City, UT • (801) 262-7441 Did you know over one-third of all hydraulic mining excavators working worldwide are Hitachi? They’re built to dig through the world’s harshest environments. That same toughness is passed down to our focused family of construction excavators. So whether you are pulling down a 60-foot-high wall of traprock or laying a mile of pipe, you get the same proven durability to get the job done. That’s the Power of Focus.

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Voters Approve Several Long-Term Measures to Increase Local Sales Taxes

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Lubbock, TX 806-745-2000 Wichita Falls, TX 940-687-2726 Odessa, TX 432-337-2823 Amarillo, TX 806-372-8386 Midland, TX 432-685-9999 Clovis, NM 575-742-2726 www.ascoeq.com Voters approved several long-term measures to increase local sales taxes for public construction and operations on Nov. 8. CONSTRUCTION from page 1

• $510 million for the East Side Union High School District around San Jose; • $744 million for the San Francisco USD; • $600 million to improve infrastructure and build affordable housing in Oakland; • $580 million to build affordable housing in surrounding Alameda County; • $578 million for renovation and expansion of College of the Desert in Riverside County; • $503 for Kern CCD • $9 billion for K-12 schools and community colleges Texas • $720 million for transportation and mobility projects in Austin; • $669 million for the El Paso Independent School District; • $500 million to help build a new stadium for the Texas Rangers baseball club in Arlington. Ohio • $950 million, largely for utilities improvement, street and highway projects. Colorado • Denver, School District (SD) 1 received $572 million of bond authorization, but Jefferson Co. SD R-1, Colo., failed to get approval for $535 million in bonds. For more information on local ballot issues, contact AGC’s Brian Lenihan, lenihanb@agc.org.

Voters in four states approved 11 statewide bond issues that will fund building, transportation and environmental construction. New Mexico • $142 million in bonds for higher education, special, and tribal schools • $15 million for senior facility bonds and $18 million in public safety infrastructure improvements Rhode Island • $45 million in bonds for higher education. Rhode Island also passed $182 million in bonds for veterans housing, affordable housing, port infrastructure, and environmental projects North Carolina • $2 billion in public improvement bonds, mostly schools and higher education In contrast, voters in Massachusetts rejected a new slotsonly casino facility license, and New Jersey rejected two new casinos. Maine approved $100 million in new transportation bonds, while Illinois, Louisiana and New Jersey voters approved measures to dedicate funds for transportation. For more information on state ballot issues, contact AGC’s Scott Berry, berrys@agc.org. (This story also can be found on Construction Equipment Guide’s website at www.constructionequipmentguide.com.)


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Oklahoma Interstates, Highways...

FHA Designates Roadways as Alternative Fuel Corridors Drivers on Oklahoma interstates will soon see signs of the state’s effort to improve alternative fueling infrastructure. On Nov. 3, the Federal Highway Administration designated I-35, I-40 and I-44 in Oklahoma as alternative fuel corridors, a special designation aimed at improving the mobility of passenger and commercial vehicles that run on alternative fuels. This new designation means special highway signage indicating the nearest alternative fueling station will eventually be placed along these highways by the Oklahoma Department of Transportation. The Association of Central Oklahoma Governments and the Indian Nations Council of Governments partnered with ODOT to nominate several Oklahoma highways as alternative fuel corridors. The FHWA approved I-35, I-40 and I-44 as signage ready natural gas fuel corri-

dors and planned electric vehicle (EV) charging corridors, meaning Oklahoma is making strides in development of its EV infrastructure. Oklahoma is the only state with all of its interstate system designated as signage ready for CNG and is now linked to a national network of alternative fuel corridors via highway connections with Texas and Missouri. “Oklahoma’s interstates are now part of a national network of highways with easy access to alternative fueling stations,” said Mike Patterson, ODOT executive director. “The federal designation and placement of signs on our highways will improve travel for drivers and commercial fleets using CNG and electric vehicles.” “We are excited about this designation from the Federal Highway Administration as it shows the progress of the state’s commitment to an all the above

energy strategy, which includes transportation. Alternative fueled vehicles, such as natural gas and electric vehicles, are a key piece of the Oklahoma First Energy Plan to utilize domestic fuels that are clean, efficient, and affordable products of the state” Secretary of Energy and Environment Michael Teague said, “As more Oklahomans make the switch to natural gas or electric vehicles they know that we have the infrastructure to support them.” The federal Fixing America’s Surface Transportation Act directed the FHWA to designate national highway corridors for EV charging, hydrogen, propane, and CNG fueling. “This designation allows us to capitalize on our position as the crossroads of America while focusing the development of alternative fueling infrastructure in strategic locations where they are most needed for in-state and out-

of-state travel.” Rich Brierre, INCOG executive director said, praising the news. “Increased use of alternative fuels supports local economic development, increased energy security, and improved air quality. This helps our regional efforts in meeting ever-changing demands of our transportation system,” said John Johnson ACOG executive director. Oklahoma was uniquely qualified to designate natural gas corridors due to the wide availability of CNG fueling along the state’s interstates and highways, and its central position along major highways that cross the nation from coast to coast and from Mexico to Canada. Oklahoma leads the nation in CNG fueling stations per capita, with at least one natural gas fueling station on every 100 miles of interstate highway in the state. Most stations can accommodate both passenger and commercial

FAA Dedicates Airport Tower in Vegas LAS VEGAS (AP) The nation’s top aviation administrator has marked completion of a long-delayed air traffic control tower at McCarran International Airport that officials say cost $111 million. FAA Administrator Michael Huerta joined local and state officials in dedicating the new tower, which took five years to build. At 352 ft. (107 m), the tower is the second-tallest in the nation. It replaces a 200-ft. (61 m) Las Vegas tower the FAA started using in McCarran Airport photo FAA photo

FAA Administrator Michael Huerta joined local and state officials in dedicating the new tower, which took five years to build.

1983. Work began in May 2011, but was delayed by government shutdowns in 2011 and 2013 and a massive construction error in the tower duct work. The facility has two top levels At 352 ft. (107 m), the tower is the sec- for air- and ground-traffic conond-tallest in the nation. trollers to monitor aircraft at the

nation’s eighth-busiest airport. It also has a four-story Terminal Radar Approach Control office building with space for up to 20 controllers at a time. (This story also can be found on Construction Equipment Guide’s website at www.constructionequipmentguide.com.)

vehicle fueling. While Oklahoma’s electric vehicle charging network is less developed, a diverse group of EV stakeholders including convenience stores, electric utilities, auto dealerships, and local governments is working together to identify and construct strategic locations for high-capacity EV chargers that will ensure border-to-border charging within Oklahoma, and connections to neighboring states. A nationwide map of FHWAdesignated alternative fuel corridors can be found at: www.fhwa.dot.gov/environment/a lternative_fuel_corridors/maps. To learn more about alternative fuels, visit www.okcleancities.org or www.tulsacleancities.com. For more information, visit odot.org. (This story also can be found on Construction Equipment Guide’s website at www.constructionequipmentguide.com.)


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Link-Belt Taps New Crane Distributor for Hawaii Skeeter Collins, North American sales manager Link-Belt Construction Equipment Co., announced the appointment of Doc Bailey Cranes & Equipment of Hawaii Inc. as the authorized Link-Belt crane distributor for Hawaii. Doc Bailey Cranes & Equipment Inc. was founded in 1986 by Doc Bailey, CEO and president, as a mobile diesel repair in Oakland, Calif. Since then, Doc Bailey has expanded its operations to the Pacific Islands, with a distributorship based in Kapolei, Hawaii. “We are excited about the opportunity of bringing Link-Belt’s product range into the Hawaiian Islands. Link-Belt has a strong reputation in this area and we feel that matched with our service record we will be a great fit,” said Bailey. “Link-Belt Cranes is very pleased to have Doc Bailey Cranes on our distributor team. Their knowledge and experience in the Hawaiian Islands, along with their history as a service-oriented distributorship, will give all Link-Belt current and future crane owners a one stop shop for their crane needs,”

“Link-Belt Cranes is very pleased to have Doc Bailey Cranes on our distributor team.” Skeeter Collins Link-Belt Construction Equipment

said Collins. Link-Belt Construction Equipment Company, with headquarters in Lexington, Ky., is a leader in the design and manufacture of telescopic boom and lattice boom cranes for the construction industry worldwide. For more information, visit www.888docbailey.com and www.linkbelt.com. (This story also can be found on Construction Equipment Guide’s website at www.constructionequipmentguide.com.)

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ARTBA Launches SCTPP Program to Mitigate Onsite Risk The American Road & Transportation Builders Association (ARTBA) has launched a groundbreaking professional certification program developed by safety leaders from some of the nation’s top transportation infrastructure firms, the insurance industry, organized labor and government. The “Safety Certification for Transportation Project Professionals” (SCTPP) program is aimed at the thousands of transportation project supervisors, foremen, inspectors, project planners and designers who could make a huge, industrywide safety impact by learning core competencies necessary to identify and mitigate potentially life-threatening onsite risks. The SCTPP program also is intended to create a “safety benchmark” for all future civil engineering and construction management program graduates who are interested in employment with industry-leading firms. “Ensuring that our project sites are the safest possible environments for all who work in and travel through them can’t just be the safety director’s job,” said ARTBA Chairman David Zachry, president and CEO of the Zachry Corporation in San Antonio, Texas. “There are no safety ‘accidents.’ There are safety incidents. And we need to do our best to prevent them. It is our moral obligation and it is good business practice.” Zachry, who has been a driving force behind development of the SCTPP program,

and on-going oversight. The nine-member commission is cochaired by Ross Myers, CEO and chairman of Allan Myers Inc., the largest civil construction and materials supply firm in the Mid-Atlantic region, based in Pennsylvania, and David Walls, president and CEO of Austin Industries in Dallas, Texas, one of the nation’s largest diversified construction firms with an annual volume of $2 billion and over 7,000 employee-owners. Joining Walls and Myers as SCTPP commissioners are top leaders from the transportation project planning, design and materials sectors, government, organized labor, and the trucking and insurance industries. They are: • Deputy Secretary of the U.S. Department of Transportation Victor Mendez; • WSP│Parsons Brinckerhoff President and CEO of the U.S. Central & South America Greg Kelly; • Ash Grove President and COO Randy Vance; • Recently retired Texas Department of Transportation Occupational Safety & Health Director Jerral Wyer; • Laborers’ International Union of North America Training & Education Fund National Apprentice Director James Urtz; • Cargo Transporters Inc. Director of Safety Jerry Waddell; and

“There are no safety ‘accidents.’ There are safety incidents. And we need to do our best to prevent them. It is our moral obligation and it is good business practice.” David Zachry Zachry Corporation

added: “Our goal, collectively working through ARTBA and its foundation, is to cause a demonstrable reduction in the number of deaths and injuries that occur on and around transportation project sites each year. We believe we can do that if all of the key decision makers, from project inception through completion, have safety top of mind. This program will identify and reward those who have demonstrated competency in this critical management area.” ARTBA recruited a high-level, independent certification commission to establish operational policies to guide the SCTPP program and provide leadership, governance

• Liberty Mutual Insurance Group Technical Director of Risk Control Services Don Tolbert. Ex-officio, non-voting members of the commission include: • Zachry Corporation President and CEO David Zachry, who also is the 2016 ARTBA chairman; • Astec Industries Executive Vice President and COO Rick Dorris; • HNTB Holdings Ltd. President Paul Yarossi; • ARTBA President and CEO Pete Ruane; and • ARTBA Executive Vice President and

COO Bill Toohey. The ARTBA Transportation Development Foundation (ARTBA-TDF) engaged Professional Testing Inc., an internationally-recognized consulting firm specializing in helping industries and government agencies develop and manage effective, fair, valid, reliable and legally defensible assessment and evaluation services to

Nov. 17). The application and exam fee is $500. To be eligible to sit for the exam, candidates must meet one of the following eligibility requirements: Option 1 1. Three years’ full-time or equivalent experience* in the transportation construction industry.

“Our goal, collectively working through ARTBA and its foundation, is to cause a demonstrable reduction in the number of deaths and injuries that occur on and around transportation project sites each year.” David Zachry Zachry Corporation

work with industry safety leaders in developing the SCTPP program. It has been designed to meet the rigorous protocols required for accreditation by the American National Standards Institute (ANSI) and the International Organization for Standardization ISO/IEC 17024. Identification of the target audience, core competencies to be tested, and development of the exam questions themselves has involved key safety personnel from: Zachry Construction, Lane Construction, Granite Construction, the Kiewit Infrastructure Group, Oldcastle Materials, The Vecellio Group, Barriere Construction, Superior Construction, Liberty Mutual Insurance, the Arch Insurance Group, the Laborers’ Health & Safety Fund of North America, the Texas Department of Transportation, the National Institute for Occupational Safety & Health, Virginia Tech, The Center for Construction Research & Training, Plastic Safety Systems, InVia Pavement Technologies, and Mobile Barriers. The two-and-a-half hour SCTPP exam has up to 120 multiple-choice questions. They probe knowledge in assessing project risks, creating project safety plans, implementing and conducting on-going evaluation of a site-specific operational safety plan and conducting incident investigations. The ARTBA-TDF is now accepting applications for the exam, which will be administered nationwide at Pearson VUE testing centers, via the SCTPP website, www.puttingsafetyfirst.org. The test will be offered during three windows in 2017: (Jan. 16-Feb. 17, March 13-April 14 and Oct. 16.-

2. Completion of an OSHA 30 or 510 course. Option 2 1. Bachelor’s degree in engineering or construction management with two years’ experience* in the transportation construction industry. 2. Completion of an OSHA 30 or 510 course. Option 3 1. Associate or technical degree in safety with two years’ experience* in the transportation construction industry. *Experience is defined as a job classification including, but not limited to, laborer, operator, foreperson, superintendent, project manager, construction manager, engineer, safety professional, risk manager, inspector, surveyor, or estimator. Internships qualify as experience. Experience must be within five years of applying for certification. Upon passing the exam, the professional certification will be valid for three years. Recertification will require documented, continuing learning on the topic and retesting. To learn more about the SCTPP program and to access “FAQs” on it, visit www.puttingsafetyfirst.org, or contact ARTBA Senior Vice President of Safety & Education Brad Sant (bsant@artba.org) at 202/289-4434. (This story also can be found on Construction Equipment Guide’s website at www.constructionequipmentguide.com.)


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Need a Lift? There’s a Trailer to Fit Your Needs Moving a heavy object or piece of equipment from one place to another involves transporting that object in some manner, whether it be human strength, animal power or in most instances — trailers. There are as many types of trailers available as there are jobs that need items hauled. Some examples are: • Flatbed — this versatile trailer is among the most common trailers used and is exactly how it sounds — a flat trailer, which can be loaded from any angle; • RGN (Removable Gooseneck, Lowboy) — also

known as a “lowboy” or “double drop deck,” this trailer is most commonly used for moving heavy equipment. This type of trailer features a detachable deck that allows the front of the trailer to become a ramp. The RGN often transports oversized loads because its various configurations allow it to accommodate large loads; • Step Deck — also known as drop deck this is much like a flatbed trailer. The main use for this type of trailer is the ability to carry freight that is above the legal height limit. Another feature of step deck trailers is a ramp, allow-

P.J.L Laurens photo

A lowboy hauls an excavator.

Felling Trailers photo

Felling’s Sauk Center Welding shop in the late 1980s.

An advertisement for Martin semi-trailers.

ing equipment to be driven on and off the vehicle; • Stretch Trailer — the flatbed stretch and RGN stretch trailers allow extra-long loads to be transported, such as lumber, beams, pipes or any other freight too long for a standard flatbed; • Double Drop Trailer — this trailer features an upper deck in the front and a deck in the rear. The middle of the trailer also is known as a well. This allows the deck to be extremely low, allowing for the transport of legal loads up to 12 ft. (3.66 m) tall. These trailers are often used to haul heavy equipment; • Specialized Trailers — this type of trailer is designed for specific equipment or loads that are above standard weight, height or other requirements; and • Side Kit Flatbed — a side kit is a flatbed with removable sides. This type of trailer is often used in the steel industry and other industries where cranes are needed for loading and offloading. Many manufacturers offer a wide variety of trailers and can even customize them to a customer’s specific hauling needs. These companies have a rich history of providing the equipment needed to make the transport easier for their clients. Bri-Mar Manufacturing Bri-Mar Manufacturing was founded in 1995 in Chambersburg, Pa. The company offers hydraulic dump, equipment, utility and tilt trailers. In 2013, Bri-Mar became part of BWise Manufacturing LLC.

Currently, all Bri-Mar and BWise trailers are built in the same 300,000-sq.-ft. Pennsylvania facility. For more information, call 717/261-0922 or visit bri-mar.com. Eager Beaver Trailers Since 1946, Eager Beaver Trailers has been manufacturing construction equipment trailers from 5- to 100-ton (4.5 to 90.7 t) capacities. The company’s manufacturing facility is located in Lake Wales, Fla., with its parts and sales headquarters in Mickelton, N.J. Eager Beaver offers easy loaders, lowboys and oilfield lowboys to transport equipment for various industries. According to the company, they provide engineering and sales support to custom design a trailer that is best for the customer. For more information, call 800/257-8163 or visit eagerbeavertrailers.com. Felling Trailers In 1954, Sauk Centre Welding was in the business of doing small welding jobs for local farmers out of its small shop in Sauk Centre, Minn. In 1974, Merle J. Felling, a Sauk Centre Welding employee purchased the business from the original owner. Felling saw the lack of quality in the trailers his shop worked on and began making custom trailers for a few of his customers. As word spread of the craftsmanship of his trailers, Felling launched the first line in 1975. Today, Felling offers more than 220 models of trailers with thousands of options. The company

provides custom and standard trailers for the commercial transport, construction, public utility industries. It also works with the military, local and state government to meet their trailer needs. The company opened its second facility in Litchfield, Minn., in 2012 bringing its total office/production space to 250,000 sq. ft. For more information, call 888/335-5464 or visit felling.com. Fontaine HeavyHaul/Fontaine Commercial Trailer Fontaine Commercial Trailer was founded in 1940. The company is a Marmon Highway Technologies/Berkshire Hathaway Company with Fontaine HeavyHaul as its business unit. The company is located in Alabama, with various facilities in Springville, Haleyville and Jasper. It offers flatbed, dropdeck, platform, intermodal, heavy haul and military trailers as well as various floor technologies. For more information, cal1 800/821-6535 or visit fontainetrailer.com. Interstate Trailers Interstate Trailers is located in Mansfield, Texas. The company offers more than 35 models of trailers. The company was founded in 1982 and continues to serve customers by matching their industry needs with the equipment to fit their specifications. The company offerings include tagalongs, tiltbeds, gooseneck and lowboy trailers for various hauling see HISTORY page 56


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Bobcat of Sacramento

Blaine Equipment Company, Inc.

Ditch Witch of Arizona

www.bigvalleytractor.com Sacramento, CA 800-266-9631

www.blaineequipment.com Las Vegas, NV 702-399-2700

ditchwitchaz.com Phoenix, AZ 602-437-0351 Tucson, AZ 520-579-0261

Peterson Cat

Bobcat of Seattle

www.petersoncat.com Eugene, OR 503-910-0113

www.bobcatpnw.com Seattle, WA 253-850-8140

Craig Taylor Equipment www.craigtaylorequipment.com Anchorage, AK 800-279-5051

Honnen Equipment www.honnen.com Salt Lake City, UT 801-262-7441 Denver, CO 303-287-7506

Coastline Equipment www.coastlineequipment.com Long Beach, CA 562-272-7400


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ROGERS BROTHERS

FELLING Mfg/ Model FT-10 CL FT-12 CL FT-6 CL FT-10 (E,I,L,P) FT-10WD FT-12 (E,I,L,P,XP) FT-12WD FT-14 (E,I,L,P,XP) FT-14WD FT-15 (I,E) FT-16 (I,E,XP) FT-16WD FT-20 (I,E,XP) FT-24 (I,XP) FT-20-3WD FT-24-3 (E) FT-3 FT-5 FT-10 IT I / E FT-10 T PAN TILT FT-12 IT I /E FT-12 T PAN TILT FT-14 IT I / E FT-14 T PAN TILT FT-15 IT-I FT-16 IT I / E FT-16 T PAN TILT FT-20 IT-I FT-3 T PAN TILT FT-6 T PAN TILT FT-7 T-1 PAN TILT FT-10-2 FT-12-2 FT-14-2 FT-16-2 FT-18-2 FT-18-3 FT-20-2 / LP FT-20-3 FT-24-2 / LP FT-24-3

Weight Cap. lbs. (kg) 7,480 (3,393) 12,000 (5,443) 5,100 (2,313) 7,480 (3,393) 7,380 (3,348) 12,000 (5,443) 12,000 (5,443) 14,000 (6,350) 14,000 (6,350) 14,400 (6,532) 16,000 (7,257) 16,000 (7,257) 20,000 (9,072) 21,800 (9,888) 20,000 (9,072) 24,000 (10,886) 1,800 (816) 4,900 (2,223) 7,380 (3,348) 7,380 (3,348) 12,000 (5,443) 12,000 (5,443) 14,000 (6,350) 14,000 (6,350) 14,000 (6,350) 16,000 (7,257) 16,000 (7,257) 20,000 (9,072) 1,800 (816) 5,350 (2,427) 6,400 (2,903) 6,180 (2,803) 12,000 (5,443) 14,000 (6,350) 16,000 (7,257) 18,000 (8,165) 18,000 (8,165) 20,000 (9,072) 20,000 (9,072) 24,000 (10,886) 24,000 (10,886)

Equip. Weight Empty lbs. (kg) 2,500 (1,134) 2,700 (1,225) 1,900 (862) 2,500 (1,134) 2,600 (1,179) 2,700 (1,225) 2,800 (1,270) 3,200 (1,452) 3,200 (1,452) 3,500 (1,588) 3,600 (1,633) 3,700 (1,678) 4,000 (1,814) 4,100 (1,860) 5,900 (2,676) 4,000 (1,814) 1,100 (499) 1,200 (544) 2,600 (1,179) 2,600 (1,179) 3,200 (1,452) 3,200 (1,452) 3,450 (1,565) 3,450 (1,565) 3,600 (1,633) 3,600 (1,633) 3,600 (1,633) 3,800 (1,724) 1,100 (499) 1,650 (748) 1,800 (816) 3,800 (1,724) 4,900 (2,222) 5,200 (2,359) 5,800 (2,631) 5,800 (2,631) 5,800 (2,631) 5,900 (2,676) 5,900 (2,676) 6,600 (2,994) 6,100 (2,767)

Deck Size ft. (m) 14 (4.3) 14 (4.3) 10 (3) 16 (4.9) 16 (4.9) 16 (4.9) 16 (4.9) 16 (4.9) 16 (4.9) 18 (5.5) 18 (5.5) 16 (4.9) 20 (6.1) 20 (6.1) 18 (5.5) 20 (6.1) 10 (3) 12 (3.7) 16 (4.9) 12 (3.7) 16 (4.9) 14 (4.3) 16 (4.9) 14 (4.3) 16 16 (4.9) 16 (4.9) 20 10 (3) 12 (3.7) 14 (4.3) 16+5 18+5 20+5 20+5 20+5 20+5 20+5 20+5 20+5 20+5

Mfg/ Model

Weight Cap. lbs. (kg)

Equip. Weight Empty lbs. (kg)

Deck Size ft. (m)

TAG20L TAG20XXL TAG21L TAG21XXL TAG25XXL TAG25XXL-AL TVT25 MH25 TVT35 MH35 CY35PL SP35PL CR35PL-RS CR35GR CR40PL CR40PL-R3 CY50PL CR50PL CY50GR CR50GR CR55PL SP55PL SP55GR SP55DS CR60PL

40,000 (18,144) 40,000 (18,144) 42,000 (19,051) 42,000 (19,051) 50,000 (22,680) 50,000 (22,680) 50,000 (22,680) 50,000 (22,680) 70,000 (31,751) 70,000 (31,751) 70,000 (31,751) 70,000 (31,751) 70,000 (31,751) 70,000 (31,751) 80,000 (36,287) 80,000 (36,287) 100,000 (45,359) 100,000 (45,359) 100,000 (45,359) 100,000 (45,359) 110,000 (49,895) 110,000 (49,895) 110,000 (49,895) 110,000 (49,895) 120,000 (54,431)

8,125 (3,685) 8,810 (3,996) 8,250 (3,742) 8,910 (4,042) 10,880 (4,935) 10,800 (4,899) 10,630 (4,822) 12,490 (5,665) 12,500 (5,670) 14,700 (6,668) 14,400 (6,532) 15,700 (7,121) 17,700 (8,029) 18,300 (8,301) 14,750 (6,691) 17,210 (7,806) 19,020 (8,627) 23,300 (10,569) 22,400 (10,160) 24,290 (11,018) 24,200 (10,977) 21,070 (9,557) 26,400 (11,975) 27,100 (12,292) 28,740 (13,039)

19x8.5 (5.8x2.6) 22x8.5 (6.7x2.6) 19x8.5 (5.8x2.6) 22x8.5 (6.7x2.6) 22x8.5 (6.7x2.6) 22x8.5 (6.7x2.6) 18x8.5 (5.5x2.6) 22x8.5 (6.7x2.6) 20x8.5 (6.1x2.6) 24x8.5 (7.3x2.6) 24x8.5 (7.3x2.6) 24x8.5 (7.3x2.6) 22x8.5 (6.7x2.6) 24x8.5 (7.3x2.6) 24x8.5 (7.3x2.6) 24x8.5 (7.3x2.6) 24x8.5 (7.3x2.6) 24x8.5 (7.3x2.6) 24x8.5 (7.3x2.6) 25x8.5 (7.6x2.6) 25x8.5 (7.6x2.6) 25x8.5 (7.6x2.6) 25x8.5 (7.6x2.6) 26x8.5 (7.9x2.6) 25x8.5 (7.6x2.6)

Mfg/ Model FT-30-2 / LP FT-30-3 FT-36-3 / LP FT-40-2 / LP FT-45-2 / LP FT-45-3 / LP FT-50-3 / LP FT-60-3 LP FT-60-4 LP FT-14-2T (TILT) FT-16-2T (TILT) FT-18-2T (TILT FT-20-2T (TILT) FT-24-2T (TILT) FT-30-2T (TILT) FT-40-2T (TILT) FT-50-3T (TILT) T) FT-20-2 TA (AIR TIL T) FT-24-2 TA (AIR TIL) FT-30-2 TA (Air Tilt) FT-40-2TA (Air Tilt ) FT-50-3TA (Air Tilt FT-6DT (Dump) FT-10DT (Dump) p) FT-12-2 DT (Dum p) FT-12DT HD (Dum p) FT-14-2 DT (Dum p) FT-14DT HD (Dum p) FT-16-2 DT (Dum p) FT-16DT HD (Dum p) FT-20-2 DT (Dum p) FT-24-2 DT (Dum p) FT-30-2 DT (Dum mp) FT-12E SD(Side Du mp) Du FT-14E SD(Side mp) FT-16E SD(Side Dutor) FT-3GEN (Genera tor) FT-6GEN (Genera tor) FT-10GEN (Genera tor) FT-12GEN (Genera tor) FT-14GEN (Genera

Weight Cap. lbs. (kg) 30,000 (13,608) 29,700 (13,472) 36,000 (16,329) 36,320 (16,474) 45,000 (20,412) 45,000 (20,412) 50,000 (22,680) 60,000 (27,216) 60,000 (27,216) 14,000 (6,350) 16,000 (7,257) 18,000 (8,165) 19,500 (8,845) 24,000 (10,886) 30,000 (13,608) 36,320 (16,475) 50,000 (22,680) 19,700 (8,936) 24,000 (10,886) 30,000 (13,608) 36,320 (16,475) 50,000 (22,680) 4,500 (2,041) 7,000 (3,175) 12,000 (5,443) 12,000 (5,443) 14,000 (6,350) 14,000 (6,350) 16,000 (7,257) 16,000 (7,257) 20,000 (9,072) 24,000 (10,886) 30,000 (13,608) 12,000 (5,443) 14,000 (6,350) 16,000 (7,257) 3,500 (1,588) 5,700 (2,585) 7,480 (3,393) 12,000 (5,443) 14,000 (6,350)

Equip. Weight Empty lbs. (kg) 8,200 (3,719) 7,600 (3,447) 7,800 (3,538) 8,800 (3,992) 8,900 (4,037) 9,900 (4,491) 10,700 (4,853) 11,400 (5,171) 11,400 (5,171) 5,400 (2,450) 5,600 (2,540) 5,700 (2,585) 6,400 (2,903) 7,300 (3,311) 8,300 (3,765) 9,200 (4,173) 11,200 (5,080) 6,200 (2,812) 7,300 (3,311) 8,000 (3,629) 9,200 (4,173) 11,200 (5,080) 2,500 (1,134) 2,980 (1,352) 4,000 (1,814) 3,900 (1,769) 4,400 (1,996) 4,200 (1,905) 5,300 (2,404) 4,800 (2,177) 5,900 (2,676) 7,400 (3,357) 8,000 (3,629) 3,500 (1,588) 4,000 (1,814) 4,000 (1,814) 1,000 (454) 1,300 (590) 2,500 (1,134) 2,900 (1,315) 3,000 (1,361)

Deck Size ft. (m) 20+5 20+5 20+5 20+5 20+5 24+5 24+5 24+6 28+5 22 (6.7) 24 (7.3) 24 (7.3) 24 (7.3) 24 (7.3) 24 (7.3) 24 (7.3) 24+6 30 (9.1) 30 (9.1) 30 (9.1) 30 (9.1) 30 (9.1) 8 (2.4) 10 (3) 12 (3.7) 12 (3.7) 12 (3.7) 12 (3.7) 14 (4.3) 12 (3.7) 14 (4.3) 14 (4.3) 14 (4.3) 14+5 14+5 18+5 6 (1.8) 8 (2.4) 12 (3.7) 12 (3.7) 12 (3.7)

No. of Axles 2 2 2 2 3 3 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3


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FELLING CONTINUED... Mfg/ Model FT-16GEN (Generator) FT-20-2E GEN (Generator) FT-3 Coil FT-6 Coil FT-7-1 PT (Pole) FT-8-1 PT (Pole) FT-10-1 PT (Pole) FT-12-1 PT (Pole) FT-14 PT (Pole) FT-15 PT (Pole) FT-20-1 PT (Pole) FT-20-2 TPT (Pole) FT-24-2 TPT (Pole) FT-70-2 TPT (Pole) FT-12-2 PT-C (Pole/Cargo) FT-14-2 PT-C (Pole/Cargo) FT-16-2 PT-C (Pole/Cargo) FT-3R FT-6 R (Reel) FT-8R (Reel) FT-10R (Reel) FT-14-2R (Reel) FT-50-2MX (Semi) FT-70-2MX (Semi) FT-80-2MX (Semi) FT-80-3MX (Semi) FT-100-3MX (Semi) FT-100-4MX (Semi) FT-70-2 NN-HX (Semi) FT-70-2 NN-LX (Semi) FT-80-3 NN-HX (SEMI) FT-80-3 NN-LX (SEMI) FT-100-3 NN-HX (SEMI) FT-100-3 NN-LX (SEMI) FT-70-2 PH-HT (Semi) FT-70-2 PL-HT (Semi) FT-80-2 PH-HT (Semi) FT-80-2 PL-HT (Semi) FT-80-3 PH-HT (SEMI) FT-80-3 PL-HT (SEMI) FT-100-3 PH-HT (Semi) FT-100-3 PL-HT (Semi) FT-70-2 HX (Semi) FT-80-2 HX (Semi) FT-80-3 HX (Semi) FT-100-3 HX (Semi) FT-70-2 OTR-L (Semi) FT-80-2 OTR-L (Semi) FT-80-3 OTR-L (Semi) FT-70-2 OTR-H (Semi0 FT-80-2 OTR-H (Semi) FT-80-3 OTR-H (Semi) FT-24S (Sprayer) FT-30S (Sprayer) FT-40S (Sprayer) FT-12-2 TT (Tender) FT-14-2 TT (Tender) FT-16-2 TT (Tender) FT-18-2 TT (Tender) FT-20-2 TT (Tender) FT-24-2 TT (Tender) FT-30-2 TT (Tender) FT-40-2 TT (Tender) FT-45-2 TT (Tender) FT-45-3 TT (Tender) FT-50-2 (SD) TT (Tender) FT-70-2 (SD) TT (Tender) FT-75-2 (SD) TT (Tender) FT-80-3 (SD) TT (Tender) FT-100-4 (SD) TT (Tender)

Weight Cap. lbs. (kg) 16,000 (7,257) 20,000 (9,072) 1,800 (816) 6,000 (2,721) 4,200 (1,905) 5,000 (2,268) 5,380 (2,440) 12,000 (5,443) 14,000 (6,350) 15,000 (6,804) 18,160 (8,237) 20,000 (9,072) 24,000 (10,886) 70,000 (31,752) 12,000 (5,443) 14,000 (6,350) 16,000 (7,257) 1,890 (857) 5,080 (2,304) 7,200 (3,266) 10,000 (4,536) 14,000 (6,350) 50,000 (22,680) 70,000 (31,752) 80,000 (36,287) 80,000 (36,287) 100,000 (45,359) 100,000 (45,359) 70,000 (31,752) 70,000 (31,752) 80,000 (36,287) 80,000 (36,287) 100,000 (45,359) 100,000 (45,359) 70,000 (31,752) 80,000 (36,287) 80,000 (36,287) 70,000 (31,752) 80,000 (36,287) 80,000 (36,287) 100,000 (45,359) 100,000 (45,359) 70,000 (31,752) 79,700 (36,151) 80,000 (36,287) 100,000 (45,359) 70,000 (31,752) 80,000 (36,287) 80,000 (36,287) 70,000 (31,752) 80,000 (36,287) 80,000 (36,287) 24,000 (10,886) 36,320 (16,474) 36,320 (16,474) 14,000 (6,350) 14,000 (6,350) 16,000 (7,257) 18,000 (8,165) 20,000 (9,072) 24,000 (10,886) 30,000 (13,608) 36,320 (16,474) 45,000 (20,411) 45,000 (20,411) 50,000 (22,680) 70,000 (31,752) 75,000 (34,019) 80,000 (36,287) 100,000 (45,359)

Equip. Weight Empty lbs. (kg) 3,200 (1,452) 4,000 (1,814) 1,100 (499) 1,500 (680) 3,800 (1,724) 4,000 (1,814) 4,600 (2,087) 4,800 (2,177) 5,000 (2,268) 5,000 (2,268) 5,200 (2,359) 5,900 (2,676) 6,200 (2,812) 11,000 (4,990) 5,200 (2,359) 5,400 (2,449) 5,600 (2,540) 1,100 (499) 1,920 (871) 2,000 (907) 2,100 (953) 2,900 (1,315) 12,000 (5,443) 12,500 (5,670) 12,800 (5,806) 15,900 (7,212) 17,300 (7,847) 19,500 (8,845) 10,500 (4,763) 10,500 (4,763) 12,500 (5,670) 12,500 (5,670) 13,500 (6,123) 13,500 (6,123) 16,000 (7,257) 17,000 (7,711) 17,000 (7,711) 16,000 (7,257) 20,500 (9,299) 20,500 (9,299) 21,000 (9,525) 20,000 (9,072) 12,500 (5,669) 12,800 (5,806) 14,250 (6,464) 14,700 (6,668) 12,500 (5,669) 12,500 (5,669) 15,000 (6,804) 12,500 (5,669) 12,500 (5,669) 12,500 (5,670) 6,600 (2,994) 8,100 (3,674) 8,100 (3,674) 3,200 (1,451) 2,600 (1,179) 2,800 (1,270) 3,200 (1,451) 5,900 (2,676) 7,300 (3,311) 4,500 (2,041) 6,400 (2,903) 6,800 (3,084) 6,800 (3,084) 7,500 (3,402) 10,000 (4,536) 11,000 (4,990) 12,000 (5,443) 18,000 (8,165)

Deck Size ft. (m) 14 (4.3) 18 (5.5) 22-33 (6.7 -10) 22-33 (6.7 -10) 22-33 (6.7 -10) 22-33 (6.7 -10) 22-33 (6.7 -10) 22-33 (6.7 -10) 22-33 (6.7 -10) 22-33 (6.7 -10) 22-33 (6.7 -10) 10 (3) 10 (3) 10 (3)

34 (10.4) 38 (11.6) 38 (11.6) 38 (11.6) 38 (11.6) 38 (11.6) 39 (11.9) 39 (11.9) 44 (13.4) 44 (13.4) 44 (13.4) 44 (13.4) 45 (13.7) 45 (13.7) 45 (13.7) 45 (13.7) 45 (13.7) 45 (13.7) 45 (13.7) 45 (13.7) 48 (14.6) 48 (14.6) 48 (14.6) 48 (14.6) 48 (14.6) 48 (14.6) 48 (14.6) 48 (14.6) 48 (14.6) 48 (14.6) 20 (6.1) 22 22 (6.7) 13 (3.9) 13 (3.9) 13 (3.9) 13 (3.9) 13 (3.9) 13 (3.9) 16 (4.9) 16 (4.9) 16 (4.9) 24 (7.3) 33 (10.1) 38 (11.6) 38 (11.6) 42 (12.8) 48 (14.6)

Mfg/ Model XF-70-2 HDG XF-80-2 HDG XF-80-3 HDG XF-100-2 HDG XF-100-3 HDG XF-110-3 HDG XF-120-3 HDG XF-70-2 HDG-L XF-80-2 HDG-L XF-100-2 HDG-L XF-100-3 HDG-L XF-110-3 HDG-L XF-120-3 HDG-L XF-HD-100-3 HDG XF-HD-110-3 HDG XF-HD-120-3 HDG XF-HD-130-3 HDG XF-100-3 HDG-SL XF-110-3 HDG-SL XF-120-3 HDG-SL FT-50-2 RGT-L FT-70-3 RGT-L

Weight Cap. lbs. (kg) 70,000 (31,752) 80,000 (36,287) 80,000 (36,287) 100,000 (45,359) 100,000 (45,359) 110,000 (49,895) 120,000 (54,431) 70,000 (31,752) 80,000 (36,287) 100,000 (45,359) 100,000 (45,359) 110,000 (49,895) 120,000 (54,431) 100,000 (45,359) 110,000 (49,895) 120,000 (54,431) 130,000 (58,967) 100,000 (45,359) 110,000 (49,895) 120,000 (54,431) 50,000 (22,680) 70,000 (31,752)

Equip. Weight Empty lbs. (kg)

Deck Size ft. (m)

14,500 (6,577) 15,500 (7,031) 18,200 (8,255) 16,200 (7,348) 18,200 (8,255) 18,500 (8,391) 19,500 (8,845) 15,300 (6,940) 16,000 (7,257) 17,000 (7,711) 18,600 (8,437) 19,000 (8,618) 20,000 (9,072) 18,700 (8,482) 19,000 (8,618) 20,000 (9,072) 22,000 (9,979) 18,900 (8,573) 19,500 (8,845) 20,500 (9,299) 14,300 (6,486) 16,600 (7,530)

22 (6.7) 24 (7.3) 24 (7.3) 24 (7.3) 24 (7.3) 24 (7.3) 24 (7.3) 22 (6.7) 24 (7.3) 24 (7.3) 24 (7.3) 24 (7.3) 24 (7.3) 24 (7.3) 24 (7.3) 24 (7.3) 24 (7.3) 24 (7.3) 24 (7.3) 24 (7.3) 38 (11.6) 40 (12.2)

LANDOLL Mfg/ Model

Weight Cap. lbs. (kg)

LT1016 LT1016+4 LT1020 LT1220 LT1420 L2024 L2424 L4024 L5029 317D-48 317D-50 317D-53 318D-48 318D-50 318D-53 440A-48 440A-50 440A-53 455A-48 455A-50 455A-53 835E-51C 835E-53C 855E-48CE 855E-48CA 855E-53-Const 855E-HD Const 135-43 150-45 150-48 930D-45-12 930D-48-12 930D-48-15 930D-51-15 950D-48-12 950D-48-15 950D-51-15

10,000 (4,535) 10,000 (4,535) 10,000 (4,535) 12,000 (5,443) 14,000 (6,350) 20,000 (9,072) 24,000 (10,886) 40,000 (18,144) 50,000 (22,680) 70,000 (31,751) 70,000 (31,751) 70,000 (31,751) 100,000 (45,359) 100,000 (45,359) 100,000 (45,359) 80,000 (36,287) 80,000 (36,287) 80,000 (36,287) 110,000 (49,895) 110,000 (49,895) 110,000 (49,895) 70,000 (31,751) 70,000 (31,751) 110,000 (49,895) 110,000 (49,895) 110,000 (49,895) 110,000 (49,895) 70,000 (31,751) 100,000 (45,359) 100,000 (45,359) 70,000 (31,751) 70,000 (31,751) 70,000 (31,751) 70,000 (31,751) 100,000 (45,359) 100,000 (45,359) 100,000 (45,359)

Equip. Weight Empty lbs. (kg) 3,150 (1,428) 3,500 (1,587) 3,150 (1,428) 3,700 (1,678) 4,200 (1,905) 5,900 (2676) 6,000 (2721) 8,500 (3,855) 10,200 (4,627) 16,560 (7,511) 18,340 (8,319) 19,700 (8,936) 20,580 (9,335 ) 21,000 (9,525) 22,000 (9,979) 18,200 (8,255) 19,400 (8,800) 19,900 (9,026) 20,190 (9,158) 22,870 (10,374) 24,060 (10,913) 17,740 (8046) 18,580 (8,428) 23,100 (10,478) 24,865 (11,279) 23,900 (10,841) 25,400 (11,521) 13,450 (6,100) 17,640 (8,001) 17,055 (7,736) 17,265 (7,831) 17,660 (8,010) 18,770 (8,513) 19,250 (8,731) 20413 (9,259) 21,419 (9,738) 19,385 (8,792)

Deck Size ft. (m) 16x8.5(4.8x2.6) 16x8.5(4.8x2.6) 20x8.5(6.1x2.6) 20x8.5(6.1x2.6) 20x8.5(6.1x2.6) 24x8.5 (7.3x2.6) 24x8.5 (7.3x2.6) 24x8.5 (7.3x2.6) 29x8.5 (8.8x2.6) 48x8.5 (14.6x2.6) 50x8.5 (15.2x2.6) 53x8.5 (16.1x2.6) 48x8.5 (14.6x2.6) 50x8.5 (15.2x2.6) 53x8.5 (16.1x2.6) 48x8.5 (14.6x2.6) 50x8.5 (15.2x2.6) 53x8.5 (16.1x2.6) 48x8.5 (14.6x2.6) 50x8.5 (15.2x2.6) 53x8.5 (16.1x2.6) 29.8x8.5 (9.04x2.6) 31.8x8.5 (9.64x2.6) 22.5x8.5 (6.2x2.6) 26x8.5 (7.9x2.6) 48x8.5 (14.6x2.6) 26x8.5 (7.9x2.6) 43x8.5 (13.1 x 2.6) 45x8.5 (13.7 x 2.6) 48x8.5 (14.6x2.6) 45x8.5 (13.7 x 2.6) 48x8.5 (14.6x2.6) 48x8.5 (14.6x2.6) 51x8.5 (15.5x2.6) 48x8.5 (14.6x2.6) 48x8.5 (14.6x2.6) 51x8.5 (15.5x2.6)


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Many Manufacturers Offer Wide Variety of Trailers HISTORY from page 52

needs. For more information, call 800/433-5384 or visit interstatetrailers.com. Landoll Corporation Quick Service Welding Company opened in December 1963 as a welding, radiator repair and blacksmith shop in rural Kansas. The business was founded by Don Landoll and his partner, but by 1967, his partner left the business, leaving him as sole owner. Landoll had always wanted to design and build things on his own. In 1968, he designed a slip-in livestock rack for pickup trucks and a chisel plow for local farmers. By 1969, the company diversified and began manufacturing equipment trailers, among other items. According to the company, “Landoll designed and patented the traveling axle ground-loading trailer in 1970. This became the backbone of the company’s trailer line. By 1975, Landoll Corporation was formed and the Marysville, Kan., location was producing the company’s trailer and tillage lines.” In 1990, the company contracted with the U.S. Army to manufacture special tank transport trailers to be used in Operation Desert Storm. By January 1991, Landoll had shipped 22 trailers for this purpose. As demand grew, the company continued to build larger shops to manufacture products and improve production. By 1994, the company had 350,000 sq. ft. of manufacturing space under roof on 22 acres, along with state-of-the- art equipment. Today, Landoll provides trailers ranging from 5- to 60-ton (4.5 to 54.4 t) capacity, servicing many industries including towing and recovery, construction, agriculture, rental, forklifts and storage containers. For more information, call 800/428-5655 or visit landoll.com. Rogers Brothers Corporation Rogers Brothers Corporation has been in business since 1905. Located in Albion, Pa., the company offers a variety of trailers

Talbert Construction Equipment photo

In 1947, Austin Talbert noticed an alarming number of injuries and deaths occurred when operators drove equipment up onto trailers. In response, he designed and patented the first removable gooseneck trailer to reduce workforce injuries.

designed for the construction, paving and mining industries, as well as specialized trailers for a single purpose, such as boilers, transformers and steel. For more information, call 800/441-9880 or visit rogerstrailers.com. SmithCo Manufacturing SmithCo Manufacturing was founded in Le Mars, Iowa, by Greg Smith in 1994. Smith wanted to design a side dump trailer to meet the Federal Bridge Formula and improve safety by reducing tip over. The company started production in 1994, producing three trailers with just three employees. By 1998, the company was producing 250 trailers. In 1999, a new 70,000-sq.-ft. state-of-the-art facility was built, allowing for the production of 800 trailers per year. SmithCo offers side dump trailers for many markets including road and building contractors; aggregate producers; agriculture; demolition contractors; governmental bodies; the waste handling and environmental clean-up industry; and erosion control contractors. For more information, call 800/779-8099 or visit sidedump.com. Talbert Construction Equipment Company In 1938, Austin Talbert founded a company in Lyons, Ill., to provide crane and construction machinery, as well as heavy haul transport to contractors in the

Landoll Corporation photo

A 317 Landoll Hauloll on the job in the mid 1980s.

Chicago area. By 1957, the company built a new plant in Rensselaer, Ind., devoted to manufacturing specialty trailers. Talbert eventually closed the Lyon facility to focus on the trailer business. According to the company, Talbert’s innovation led to ideas that included: • lowbed removable gooseneck trailers; • hydraulic removable gooseneck (non-ground engaging); • the first manufacturer to use high-strength, heat-treated steel (T1A); • the first manufacturer to design and incorporate air suspensions; and • self-steering axles. Several of these ideas were patented and are still used today. Talbert offers equipment, hydraulic, spread axle, tank hauler, lowbeds, flat bed, gooseneck and heavy capacity trailers. They also manufacture custom trailers for the customer’s specific needs. For more information, call

888/489-1731 talbertmfg.com.

or

visit

Towmaster The original line of Towmaster trailers was started in the early 1970s by Harlan Palm, owner of Palm Industries of Litchfield, Minn. The company manufactured roll-over protection for tractors and equipment. Palm saw the need for a quality trailer with a low deck height capable of moving skid loaders. The result was the Towmaster pan-style trailer available in a 5,000-lb. and 7,000-lb. (2,268 and 3,175 kg) capacity. As sales grew, a larger line of trailers, including the Contrail was designed. The Contrail was a bellydump trailer designed for asphalt. During the oil embargo of the mid1970s, sales of the Contrail dropped and the trailer was discontinued. Meanwhile, Palm had sold his business and began farming. Eventually, Palm redeveloped the pan trailer by adding a deck-

over tag-a-long trailer and marketed them under the name Palm Manufacturing. The trailers were built by a subcontractor but later were built on the farm in a large machinery building. A few years passed, and soon the company was designing and building skid loader attachments, as well as the trailers. As sales grew, the company split into Palm Attachments and Towmaster Inc. in 1994. In 1998, Towmaster became an employee-owned company. Its facility in Litchfield has undergone many additions, including a 64,000-sq.-ft. building that houses several trailer lines, three paint booths and a finishing area. According to the company, “Towmaster builds models specific for professionals in many market segments.” Towmaster builds trailers for the construction equipment and rental markets and offers more than 55 different models in eight categories, with several deck lengths and numerous options. For more information, call 320/693-7900 or visit towmaster.com. XL Specialized Trailers George Wall founded XL Specialized Trailers in 1995. Headquartered in Manchester, Iowa, the company has rapidly expanded and has become a nationwide distribution network. Wall founded the company based on innovation and improvement of existing products. Today, the company provides heavy haul and specialized trailers for the construction, commercial, agriculture, wind energy, oil and gas and custom transport markets. For more information, call 877/283-4852 or visit xlspecializedtrailer.com. Sources: gwtrans.com/flatbedtrucking; rogerstrailers.com; felling.com; talbertmfg.com; landoll.com; xlspecializedtrailer.com; towmaster.com; sidedump.com; interstatetrailers.com; eagerbeavertrailers.com; fontainetrailer.com; bri-mar.com (This story also can be found on Construction Equipment Guide’s website at www.constructionequipmentguide.com.) CEG


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TALBERT Mfg/ Model AC-10 TT-10 AC-20 TT-20 AC-20-ART Air Ramp (Air) Tilt Series AC3-25 T3T-25 AC-23-ART Air Ramp (Air) Tilt Series Hydraulic Tail (HT) 35 Ton Slide Axle (TA) 40 Ton Slide Axle (TA) 55 Ton Double Drop (SRG) Doube Drop TELE 35CC 50CC 55CC 35RP 55RP 55SA 55SA-LD 55SA-HX 55SA-RC 55SA-TELE 60SA 65-85 Ton (East/West Coast) E1Nitro Equalizer E2Nitro Equalizer E3Nitro Equalizer Drop Deck (Oil Field) 60FG (Oil Field) 65FG (Oil Field) 4048TA - Traveling Axle Series 4050TA- Traveling Axle Series 4053TA - Traveling Axle Series 5548TA - Traveling Axle Series 5553TA - Traveling Axle Series

Weight Cap. lbs. (kg) 20,000 (9,072) 20,000 (9,072) 40,000 (18,144) 40,000 (18,144) 40,000 (18,144) 50,000 (22,680) 50,000 (22,680) 50,000 (22,680) 70,000 (31,751) 80,000 (36,287) 110,000 (49,895) 60,000 - 110,000 (27,215 - 49,895) 60,000 - 110,000 (27,215 - 49,895) 70,000 (31,751) 100,000 (45,359) 110,000 (49,895) 70,000 (31,751) 110,000 (49,895) 110,000 (49,895) 110,000 (49,895) 110,000 (49,895) 110,000 (49,895) 110,000 (49,895) 120,000 (54,431) Beginning at 130,000 (58,967) For use up to 60 Ton Trailers For use with up to 70 Ton Trailers For use with up to 85 Ton Trailers 110,000 (49,500) 120,000 (54,431) 130,000 (58,967) 80,000 (36,287) 80,000 (36,287) 80,000 (36,287) 110,000 (49,895) 110,000 (49,895)

XL SPECIALIZED TRAILERS Mfg/ Model XL 80 Low-Profile HDG XL 110 Low-Profile HDG XL 110 Low-Profile HDG: 18" Deck XL 120 Low-Profile HDG XL 110 Cheater HDG XL 80 SDE (Step Deck Extendable) XL 120 SDE (Step Deck Extendable) XL 70 MFG (Mechanical Full-width Gooseneck) XL 100 HFG (Hydraulic Folding Gooseneck) able) XL 70 MDE (Mechanical Detachable Extend able) XL 80 MDE (Mechanical Detachable Extend able) XL 90 MDE (Mechanical Detachable Extend XL 80 HDE (Hydraulic Detachable Extendable) XL 90 HDE (Hydraulic Detachable Extendable) able) XL 100 HDE (Hydraulic Detachable Extend able) XL 110 HDE (Hydraulic Detachable Extend able) XL 120 HDE (Hydraulic Detachable Extend XL 80 Power Tail

Weight Cap. lbs. (kg) 120,000 (54,431) 110,000 (49,895) 110,000 (49,895) 110,000 (49,895) 110,000 (49,895) 80,000 (36,287) 120,000 (54,431) 70,000 (31,751) 100,000 (45,359) 70,000 (31,751) 80,000 (36,287) 90,000 (40,823) 80,000 (36,287) 90,000 (40,823) 100,000 (45,359) 110,000 (49,895) 120,000 (54,431) 80,000 (36,287)

Equip. Weight Empty lbs. (kg) 5,800 (2,630) 8,800 (3,991) 8,500 (3,856) 10,300 (4,672) 9,200 (4,173) 11,700 (5,307) 14,110 (6,400) 12540 (5,688) 14,600 (6,622) 18,420 (8,355) 22,140 (10,042) 14,920 (6,768) Specs vary 14,540 (6,595) 18,180 (8,245) 22,450 (10,183) 18,910 (8,577) 22,400 (10,160) 20,850 (9,457) 23,850 (10,818) 21,660 (9,825) 21,960 (9,961) 29,200 (13,244) 22590 (10,246) Specs vary 2,950 (1,338) 5250 (2381) 6990 (3171) Starting at 27,150 (12,315) Starting at 27,160 (12,320) Starting at 31,100 (14107) 18,420 (8,355) 19,480 (8,836) 19,480 (8,836) 21,080 (9,562) 22,140 (10,043)

Concentrated Weight Cap. lbs. (kg) 110,000 (49,895) in 10 ft. (3 m) 100,000 (45,359) in 10 ft. (3 m) 100,000 (45,359) in 16 ft. (4.8) 110,000 (49,895) in 10 ft. (3 m) 110,000 (49,895) in 10 ft. (3 m) 60,000 (27,215) in 10 ft. (3 m) closed 100,000 (45,359) in 10 ft. (3 m)closed 70,000 (31,751) in 16 ft. (4.8 m) 100,000 (45,359) in 10 ft. (3 m) 50,000 (22,680) in 10 ft. (3 m) closed 60,000 (27,215) in 10 ft. (3 m) closed 70,000 (31,751) in 10 ft. (3 m) closed 60,000 (27,215) in 10 ft. (3 m) closed 70,000 (31,751) in 10 ft. (3 m) closed 80,000 (36,287) in 10 ft. (3 m) closed 90,000 (40,823) in 10 ft. (3 m) closed 100,000 (45,359) in 10 ft. (3 m) closed 50,000 (22,680) in 10 ft. (3 m)

Deck Size ft. (m) 24 (7.32) 24 (7.3) 27 (8.23) 25 (7.62) 24 (7.3) 29 (8.84) 29 (8.84) 29 (8.84) 30 (9.14) 48-53x8.5 (14.63-16.15x2.59) 48-53x8.5 (14.63-16.15 x 2.59) 47.3. to 52.8 x 8.5 (14.43 to 15.80 x 2.59) Specs vary 24x8.5 (7.32x2.59) 25x8.5 (7.62 x 2.59) 26x8.5 (7.92x2.59) 24x8.5 (7.32x2.59) 24x8.5 (7.32x2.59) 25x8.5 (7.62 x 2.59) 26x8.5 (7.92x2.59) 26x8.5 (7.92x2.59) 26x8.5 (7.92x2.59) 26x8.5 (7.92x2.59) 25x8.5 (7.62 x 2.59) Specs vary N/A N/A N/A 48 - 53 (14.63-16.15) Starting 42 (12.80) Starting 59 (17.98) 48x8.5 (14.6x2.6) 50x8.5 (15.2x2.6) 53x8.5 (16.1x2.6) 48x8.5 (14.6x2.6) 53x8.5 (16.1x2.6)

Deck Size ft. (m) 26x8.5 (7.92x2.59) 26x8.5 (7.92x2.59) 26x8.5 (7.92x2.59) 26x8.5 (7.92x2.59) 24x8.5 (7.32x2.59) 38 to 62.8x8.5 (11.5 to 19.14x2.59) 38 to 57.8x8.5 (11.58 to 17.61x2.59) 29x8.5 (8.84x2.59) 23.5x8.5 (7.16x2.59) 29x8.5 (8.84x2.59) 29x50.33 (8.8x15.34) 29x50.34 (8.8x15.34) 28.58 to 49.92x8.5 (8.71 to 15.21x2.59) 28.58 to 49.92x8.5 (8.71 to 15.21x2.59) 24.08 to 49.42x8.5 (7.33 to 15.06x2.59) 24.08 to 49.42x8.5 (7.33 to 15.06x2.59) 27.08 to 46.42x8.5 (8.25 to 14.14x2.59) 39 x 8.5 ft. (11.9x2.59)


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TOWMASTER Mfg/ Model T-9P T-9P T-9P T-9P T-10P T-10P T-10P T-10P T-12P T-12P T-12P T-12P TC-9D TC-9D TC-9D TC-10D TC-10D TC-10D TC-12D TC-12D TC-12D TC-12D TC-14D TC-14D TC-14D T-9D T-9D T-9D T-9D T-10D T-10D T-10D T-10D T-12D T-12D T-12D T-12D T-14D T-14D T-14D T-16D T-16D T-16D T-18D T-18D T-18D T-20D T-20D T-20D T-5HD T-5HD T-9HD T-9HD T-10HD T-10HD T-10HD T-12HD T-12HD T-12HD T-14HD T-14HD T-14HD T-14HD T-3DT T-5DT

Weight Cap. lbs. (kg) 6,800 (3,084) 6,800 (3,084) 6,800 (3,084) 6,800 (3,084) 10,000 (4,536) 10,000 (4,536) 10,000 (4,536) 10,000 (4,536) 12,000 (5,400) 12,000 (5,400) 12,000 (5,400) 12,000 (5,400) 7,400 (3,356) 7,400 (3,356) 7,400 (3,356) 10,000 (4,536) 10,000 (4,536) 10,000 (4,536) 12,000 (5,400) 12,000 (5,400) 12,000 (5,400) 12,000 (5,400) 14,000 (6,350) 14,000 (6,350) 14,000 (6,350) 6,800 (3,084) 6,800 (3,084) 6,800 (3,084) 6,800 (3,084) 10,000 (4,536) 10,000 (4,536) 10,000 (4,536) 10,000 (4,536) 12,000 (5,400) 12,000 (5,400) 12,000 (5,400) 12,000 (5,400) 14,000 (6,350) 14,000 (6,350) 14,000 (6,350) 16,000 (7,250) 16,000 (7,250) 16,000 (7,250) 18,000 (8,100) 18,000 (8,100) 18,000 (8,100) 20,000 (9,072) 20,000 (9,072) 20,000 (9,072) 5,000 (2,260) 5,000 (2,260) 7,400 (3,356) 7,400 (3,356) 10,000 (4,536) 10,000 (4,536) 10,000 (4,536) 12,000 (5,400) 12,000 (5,400) 12,000 (5,400) 14,000 (6,350) 14,000 (6,350) 14,000 (6,350) 14,000 (6,350) 3,000 (1,360) 5,000 (2,260)

Equip. Weight Empty lbs. (kg) 3,190 (1,447) 3,190 (1,447) 3,190 (1,447) 3,190 (1,447) 3,190 (1,447) 3,190 (1,447) 3,190 (1,447) 3,190 (1,447) 3,190 (1,447) 3,190 (1,447) 3,190 (1,447) 3,190 (1,447) 2,600 (1,179) 2,600 (1,179) 2,600 (1,179) 2,600 (1,179) 2,600 (1,179) 2,600 (1,179) 2,600 (1,179) 2,600 (1,179) 2,600 (1,179) 2,600 (1,179) 3,400 (1,542) 3,400 (1,542) 3,400 (1,542) 3,190 (1,447) 3,190 (1,447) 3,190 (1,447) 3,190 (1,447) 3,200 (1,451) 3,200 (1,451) 3,200 (1,451) 3,200 (1,451) 3,200 (1,451) 3,200 (1,451) 3,200 (1,451) 3,200 (1,451) 4,200 (1,905) 4,200 (1,905) 4,200 (1,905) 4,600 (2,086) 4,600 (2,086) 4,600 (2,086) 4,600 (2,086) 4,600 (2,086) 4,600 (2,086) 4,600 (2,086) 4,600 (2,086) 4,600 (2,086) 1,600 (725) 1,600 (725) 2,600 (1,179) 2,600 (1,179) 4,300 (1,950) 4,300 (1,950) 4,300 (1,950) 4,300 (1,950) 4,300 (1,950) 4,300 (1,950) 5,000 (2,268) 5,000 (2,268) 5,000 (2,268) 5,000 (2,268) 1,100 (500) 2,000 (907)

Suspension Type Torflex Torflex Torflex Torflex Torflex Torflex Torflex Torflex Torflex Torflex Torflex Torflex Torflex Torflex Torflex Torflex Torflex Torflex Torflex Torflex Torflex Torflex Torflex Torflex Torflex Torflex Torflex Torflex Torflex Torflex Torflex Torflex Torflex Torflex Torflex Torflex Torflex Torflex Torflex Torflex Torflex Torflex Torflex Torflex Torflex Torflex Torflex Torflex Torflex Spring Spring Spring Spring Spring Spring Spring Spring Spring Spring Spring Spring Spring Spring Torflex Torflex

Deck Size LxW ft. (m) 6.4x14 (1.9x4.2) 6.4x16 (1.9x4.8) 6.4x18 (1.9x5.4) 6.4x20 (1.9x6) 6.4x14 (1.9x4.2) 6.4x16 (1.9x4.8) 6.4x18 (1.9x5.4) 6.4x20 (1.9x6) 6.4x14 (1.9x4.2) 6.4x16 (1.9x4.8) 6.4x18 (1.9x5.4) 6.4x20 (1.9x6) 6.8x14 (2x4.2) 6.8x16 (2x4.8) 6.8x18 (2x5.4) 6.8x14 (2x4.2) 6.8x16 (2x4.8) 6.8x18 (2x5.4) 6.8x14 (2x4.2) 6.8x16 (2x4.8) 6.8x18 (2x5.4) 6.8x20 (2x6) 6.8x16 (2x4.8) 6.8x18 (2x5.4) 6.8x20 (2x6) 6.8x14 (2x4.2) 6.8x16 (2x4.8) 6.8x18 (2x5.4) 6.8x20 (2x6) 6.8x14 (2x4.2) 6.8x16 (2x4.8) 6.8x18 (2x5.4) 6.8x20 (2x6) 6.8x14 (2x4.2) 6.8x16 (2x4.8) 6.8x18 (2x5.4) 6.8x20 (2x6) 7x16 (2x4.8) 7x18 (2x5.4) 7x20 (2x6) 6.8x16 (2x4.8) 6.8x18 (2x5.4) 6.8x20 (2x6) 6.8x16 (2x4.8) 6.8x18 (2x5.4) 6.8x20 (2x6) 6.8x16 (2x4.8) 6.8x18 (2x5.4) 6.8x20 (2x6) 5x8 (1.5x2.4) 5x10 (1.5x3) 6.8x10 (2x3) 6.8x12 (2x3.6) 6.8x12 (2x3.6) 6.8x14 (2x4.2) 6.8x16 (2x4.8) 6.8x12 (2x3.6) 6.8x14 (2x4.2) 6.8x16 (2x4.8) 6.8x12 (2x3.6) 6.8x14 (2x4.2) 6.8x16 (2x4.8) 6.8x18 (2x5.4) 4.5x10 (1.3x3) 6.4x12 (1.9x3.6)

No. of Axles 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 1 1 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 1 1

Speed Rating MPH (KPH) 55 (88) 55 (88) 55 (88) 55 (88) 55 (88) 55 (88) 55 (88) 55 (88) 55 (88) 55 (88) 55 (88) 55 (88) 55 (88) 55 (88) 55 (88) 55 (88) 55 (88) 55 (88) 55 (88) 55 (88) 55 (88) 55 (88) 55 (88) 55 (88) 55 (88) 55 (88) 55 (88) 55 (88) 55 (88) 55 (88) 55 (88) 55 (88) 55 (88) 55 (88) 55 (88) 55 (88) 55 (88) 55 (88) 55 (88) 55 (88) 55 (88) 55 (88) 55 (88) 55 (88) 55 (88) 55 (88) 55 (88) 55 (88) 55 (88) 55 (88) 55 (88) 55 (88) 55 (88) 55 (88) 55 (88) 55 (88) 55 (88) 55 (88) 55 (88) 55 (88) 55 (88) 55 (88) 55 (88) 55 (88) 55 (88)


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TOWMASTER CONTINUED... Mfg/ Model T-5DT T-9DT T-9DT T-9DT T-10DT T-10DT T-10DT T-12DT T-12DT T-12DT T-14DT T-14DT T-16DT T-16DT T-12T T-14T T-16T T-20T T-24T T-30T T-40T T-50T T-24TA T-40TA T-50TA TC-9 TC-9 TC-9 TC-9 TC-10 TC-10 TC-10 TC-10 TC-12 TC-12 TC-12 TC-12 TC-14 TC-14 TC-16 TC-18-3 TC-20 TC-24 T-20 T-24 T-30 T-40 T-40LP T-50 T-50LP T-50RG T-70RG T-70DTG T-100DTG T-110DTG T-120DTG T-80J T-70HT T-70HT T-70HT T-70HT T-110HT T-110HT T-110HT T-110HT

Weight Cap. lbs. (kg) 5,000 (2,260) 6,100 (2,767) 6,100 (2,767) 6,100 (2,767) 10,000 (4,536) 10,000 (4,536) 10,000 (4,536) 12,000 (5,400) 12,000 (5,400) 12,000 (5,400) 14,000 (6,350) 14,000 (6,350) 16,000 (7,250) 16,000 (7,250) 12,000 (5,400) 14,000 (6,350) 16,000 (7,250) 17,300 (7,847) 24,000 (10,880) 30,000 (13,608) 40,000 (18,100) 50,000 (22,600) 24,000 (10,880) 40,000 (18,100) 50,000 (22,600) 5,400 (2,449) 5,400 (2,449) 5,400 (2,449) 5,400 (2,449) 10,000 (4,536) 10,000 (4,536) 10,000 (4,536) 10,000 (4,536) 12,000 (5,400) 12,000 (5,400) 12,000 (5,400) 12,000 (5,400) 14,000 (6,350) 14,000 (6,350) 16,000 (7,250) 18,000 (8,100) 19,000 (8,618) 24,000 (10,880) 19,000 (8,618) 24,000 (10,880) 30,000 (13,600) 18,000 (8,100) 40,000 (18,100) 50,000 (22,600) 50,000 (22,600) 50,000 (22,600) 70,000 (31,750) 70,000 (31,750) 100,000 (45,350) 110,000 (49,900) 120,000 (54,400) 80,000 (36,287) 70,000 (31,750) 70,000 (31,750) 70,000 (31,750) 70,000 (31,750) 110,000 (49,900) 110,000 (49,900) 110,000 (49,900) 110,000 (49,900)

Equip. Weight Empty lbs. (kg) 2,000 (907) 3,800 (1,723) 3,800 (1,723) 3,800 (1,723) 3,800 (1,723) 3,800 (1,723) 3,800 (1,723) 3,900 (1,769) 3,900 (1,769) 3,900 (1,769) 4,400 (1,995) 4,400 (1,995) 4,500 (2,041) 4,500 (2,041) 5,560 (2,521) 5,560 (2,521) 6,460 (2,930) 8,600 (3,900) 8,600 (3,900) 9,800 (4,445) 10,500 (4,763) 12,000 (5,443) 10,610 (4,812) 12,100 (5,488) 12,600 (5,715) 4,590 (2,082) 4,590 (2,082) 4,590 (2,082) 4,590 (2,082) 4,600 (2,087) 4,600 (2,087) 4,600 (2,087) 4,600 (2,087) 4,600 (2,087) 4,600 (2,087) 4,600 (2,087) 4,600 (2,087) 6,400 (2,903) 6,400 (2,903) 5,900 (2,676) 6,200 (2,812) 6,700 (3,039) 6,900 (3,130) 6,900 (3,130) 6,900 (3,130) 8,300 (3,765) 8,800 (3,992) 8,600 (3,901) 10,700 (4,853) 10,600 (4,808) 11,300 (5,125) 12,600 (5,715) 15,200 (6,895) 18,800 (8,528) 19,100 (8,664) 20,000 (9,072) 7,500 (3,402) 17,800 (8,074) 17,800 (8,074) 17,800 (8,074) 17,800 (8,074) 22,800 (10,342) 22,800 (10,342) 22,800 (10,342) 22,800 (10,342)

Suspension Type Torflex Torflex Torflex Torflex Torflex Torflex Torflex Torflex Torflex Torflex Torflex Torflex Torflex Torflex Torflex Torflex Torflex Hutchens 9700 Hutchens 9700 Hutchens 9700 Hutchens 9700 Hutchens 9700 Hutchens 9700 Hutchens 9700 Hutchens 9700 Torflex Torflex Torflex Torflex Torflex Torflex Torflex Torflex Torflex Torflex Torflex Torflex Torflex Torflex Torflex Slipper Spring Slipper Spring Slipper Spring Hutchens 9700 Hutchens 9700 Hutchens 9700 Hutchens 9700 Hutchens 9700 Hutchens 9700 Hutchens 9700 Hutchens 9700 Hutchens 9700 Ridewell Ridewell Ridewell Ridewell Ridewell Hutchens 9700 Hutchens 9700 Hutchens 9700 Hutchens 9700 Hutchens 9700 Hutchens 9700 Hutchens 9700 Hutchens 9700

Deck Size LxW ft. (m) 6.4x14 (1.9x4.2) 6.8x14 (2x4.2) 6.8x16 (2x4.8) 6.8x18 (2x5.4) 6.8x14 (2x4.2) 6.8x16 (2x4.8) 6.8x18 (2x5.4) 6.8x14 (2x4.2) 6.8x16 (2x4.8) 6.8x18 (2x5.4) 6.8x16 (2x4.8) 6.8x18 (2x5.4) 6.8x16 (2x4.8) 6.8x18 (2x5.4) 8.5x20 (2.5x6) 8.5x20 (2.5x6) 8.5x20 (2.5x6) 8.5x24 (2.5x7.3) 8.5x24 (2.5x7.3) 8.5x24 (2.5x7.3) 8.5x24 (2.5x7.3) 8.5x24 (2.5x7.3) 8.5x24 (2.5x7.3) 8.5x24 (2.5x7.3) 8.5x26 (2.5x7.9) 8x14 (2.4x4.2) 8x16 (2.4x4.8) 8x18 (2.4x5.4) 8x20 (2.4x6) 8x14 (2.4x4.2) 8x16 (2.4x4.8) 8x18 (2.4x5.4) 8x20 (2.4x6) 8x14 (2.4x4.2) 8x16 (2.4x4.8) 8x18 (2.4x5.4) 8x20 (2.4x6) 8x14 (2.4x4.2) 8x16 (2.4x4.8) 8x16 (2.4x4.8) 8x16 (2.4x4.8) 8.5x20 (2.5x6) 8.5x20 (2.5x6) 8.5x20 (2.5x6) 8.5x20 (2.5x6) 8.5x20 (2.5x6) 8.5x20 (2.5x6) 8.5x20 (2.5x6) 8.5x24 (2.5x7.3) 8.5x24 (2.5x7.3) 8.5x24 (2.5x7.3) 8.5x24 (2.5x7.3) 8.5x22 (2.5x6.7) 8.5x24 (2.5x7.3) 8.5x24 (2.5x7.3) 8.5x24 (2.5x7.3) 8.5x22 (2.5x6.7) 8.5x44 (2.5x13.4) 8.5x45 (2.5x13.7) 8.5x46 (2.5x14.0) 8.5x48 (2.5x14.6) 8.5x44 (2.5x13.4) 8.5x45 (2.5x13.7) 8.5x46 (2.5x14.0) 8.5x48 (2.5x14.6)

No. of Axles 1 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 3 2 2 3 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 3 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 3 3 2 2 2 3 3 3 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2

Speed Rating MPH (KPH) 55 (88) 55 (88) 55 (88) 55 (88) 55 (88) 55 (88) 55 (88) 55 (88) 55 (88) 55 (88) 55 (88) 55 (88) 55 (88) 55 (88) 55 (88) 55 (88) 55 (88) 55 (88) 55 (88) 55 (88) 55 (88) 55 (88) 55 (88) 55 (88) 55 (88) 55 (88) 55 (88) 55 (88) 55 (88) 55 (88) 55 (88) 55 (88) 55 (88) 55 (88) 55 (88) 55 (88) 55 (88) 55 (88) 55 (88) 55 (88) 55 (88) 55 (88) 55 (88) 55 (88) 55 (88) 55 (88) 55 (88) 55 (88) 55 (88) 55 (88) 55 (88) 55 (88) 55 (88) 55 (88) 55 (88) 55 (88) 55 (88) 55 (88) 55 (88) 55 (88) 55 (88) 55 (88) 55 (88) 55 (88) 55 (88)


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SMITHCO Mfg/ Model SX1-2317 SX2-3024 SX2-3327 SX2-4034 SX3-3734 SX3-4234 SX3-4436 SX3-4636 SX3-4936 SX4-3734 SX4-4636 SX4-4936 SX5-3734 SX5-4636 SX5-4936 S2-4034-MHV S2-4236-MHV S3-4234-MHV S3-4436-MHV S3-4636-MHV S2-4034-SHV S2-4236-SHV S3-4234-SHV S3-4436-SHV S3-4636-SHV CP-20 CP-30 50 Ton Mine Series 60 Ton Mine Series 70 Ton Mine Series 80 Ton Mine Series 90 Ton Mine Series 100 Ton Mine Series

Weight Cap. lbs. (kg) 50,000 (22,680) 60,000 (27,216) 60,000 (27,216) 60,000 (27,216) 70,000 (31,751) 70,000 (31,751) 70,000 (31,751) 70,000 (31,751) 70,000 (31,751) 80,000 (36,287) 80,000 (36,287) 80,000 (36,287) 80,000 (36,287) 80,000 (36,287) 80,000 (36,287) 60,000 (27,216) 60,000 (27,216) 70,000 (31,751) 70,000 (31,751) 70,000 (31,751) 60,000 (27,216) 60,000 (27,216) 70,000 (31,751) 70,000 (31,751) 70,000 (31,751) 40,000 (18,144) 60,000 (27,216) 100,000 (45,359) 120,000 (54,431) 140,000 (63,503) 160,000 (72,575) 180,000 (86,183) 200,000 (90,718)

INTERSTATE TRAILERS Mfg/ Model 12RBS 12BST 12TST 14RBS 14TST 16RBS 16BST 16TST 18BST 20DT 20TDT 24DT 24DTA 24TDT 30DLE 30TDE 40DLA 40TDL 50APC 50DLA 50TDL 50LBG 70LBG 70PRC 70SDGN 80LBG 80PRC 100LBG 100PRC 102SDGN 110SDGN

Weight Cap. lbs. (kg) 12,000 (5,443) 12,000 (5,443) 12,000 (5,443) 14,000 (6,350) 14,000 (6,350) 16,000 (7,257) 16,000 (7,257) 16,000 (7,257) 18,000 (8,100) 20,000 (9,072) 20,000 (9,072) 24,000 (10,886) 24,000 (10,886) 24,000 (10,886) 30,000 (13,608) 30,000 (13,608) 40,000 (18,143) 40,000 (18,143) 50,000 (22,680) 50,000 (22,680) 50,000 (22,680) 50,000 (22,680) 70,000 (31,752) 70,000 (31,752) 70,000 (31,752) 80,000 (36,287) 80,000 (36,287) 100,000 (45,359) 100,000 (45,359) 100,000 (45,359) 110,000 (49,895)

Equip. Weight Empty lbs. (kg) 10,500 (4,743) 12,400 (5,625) 13,100 (5,942) 14,100 (6,396) 16,300 (7,394) 16,700 (7,575) 17,100 (,7756) 17,500 (7,938) 17,800 (8,074) 19,500 (8,845) 19,800 (8,981) 20,050 (9,095) 20,700 (9,389) 21,000 (9,525) 21,300 (9,662) 14,400 (6,532) 14,700 (6,668) 17,200 (7,802) 17,400 (7,893) 17,600 (7,983) 14,600 (6,622) 14,800 (6,713) 17,600 (7,983) 17,900 (8,119) 18,100 (8,210) 17,000 (7,711) 18,500 (8,391)

Equip. Weight Empty lbs. (kg) 3,250 (1,474) 4,575 (2,075) 3,600 (1,632) 3,250 (1,474) 4,200 (1,905) 4,250 (1,927) 4,350 (1,973) 3,700 (1,678) 4,850 (2,199) 5,900 (2,676) 5,850 (2,653) 6,100 (2,767) 6,100 (2,767) 7,200 (3,265) 7,350 (3,333) 7,350 (3,333) 7,350 (3,333) 10,000 (4,536) 13,600 (6,168) 10,850 (4,921) 13,600 (6,168) 10,900 (4,944) 12,000 (5,443) 17,500 (7,937) 16,200 (7,438) 16,000 (7,257) 21,500 (9,752) 18,000 (8,100) 24,900 (11,294) 20,500 (9,298) 20,500 (9,298)

No. of Axles

Deck Size ft. (m)

1 2 2 2 3 3 3 3 3 4 4 4 5 5 5 2 2 3 3 3 2 2 3 3 3 2 2 3 3-4 3-4 3-4 4 4

17 (5.2) 24 (7.3) 27 (8.2) 34 (10.4) 34 (10.4) 34 (10.4) 36 (11) 36 (11) 36 (11) 34 (10.4) 36 (11) 36 (11) 34 (10.4) 36 (11) 36 (11) 34 (10.4) 36 (11) 34 (10.4) 36 (11) 36 (11) 34 (10.4) 36 (11) 34 (10.4) 36 (11) 36 (11) 24 (7.3) 22 (6.7) Built to Order Built to Order Built to Order Built to Order Built to Order Built to Order

Deck Size ft. (m) 18x6.83 (5.4x2.1) 20x8 (6.1x2.4) 20x6.83 (6.1x2.1) 18x6.83 (5.4x2.1) 20x6.83 (6.1x2.1) 18 x6.91 (5.4x2.1) 20x8.5 (6.1x2.6) 20 x6.91 (6.1x2.1) 20x8.5 (6.1x2.6) 24x8.5 (7.3x2.6) 24x8.5 (7.3x2.6) 24x8.5 (7.3x2.6) 24x8.5 (7.3x2.6) 24x8.5 (7.3x2.6) 24x8.5 (7.3x2.6) 24x8.5 (7.3x2.6) 24x8.5 (7.3x2.6) 28x8.5 (8.5x2.6) 30 x8.5 (9.1x2.6) 29 x8.5 (8.8x2.6) 30 x8.5 (9.1x2.6) 18x8.5 (5.5x2.6) 18x8.5 (5.5x2.6) 49x8.5 (14.9x2.6) 24x8.5 (7.3x2.6) 18x8.5 (5.5x2.6) 53x8.5 (16.1x2.6) 18x8.5 (5.5x2.6) 53x8.5 (16.1x2.6) 24x8.5 (7.3x2.6) 24x8.5 (7.3x2.6)

Speed Rating MPH (KPH) 65 (105) 65 (105) 65 (105) 65 (105) 65 (105) 65 (105) 65 (105) 65 (105) 65 (105) 65 (105) 65 (105) 65 (105) 65 (105) 65 (105) 65 (105) 65 (105) 65 (105) 65 (105) 65 (105) 65 (105) 65 (105) 65 (105) 65 (105) 65 (105) 65 (105) 20 (32) 20 (32) 45 (72) 45 (72) 45 (72) 45 (72) 45 (72) 45 (72)

Speed Rating MPH (KPH) 65 (104.6) 65 (104.6) 65 (104.6) 65 (104.6) 65 (104.6) 65 (104.6) 65 (104.6) 65 (104.6) 65 (104.6) 65 (104.6) 65 (104.6) 65 (104.6) 65 (104.6) 65 (104.6) 65 (104.6) 65 (104.6) 65 (104.6) 65 (104.6) 65 (104.6) 65 (104.6) 65 (104.6) 65 (104.6) 65 (104.6) 65 (104.6) 65 (104.6) 65 (104.6) 65 (104.6) 65 (104.6) 65 (104.6) 65 (104.6) 65 (104.6)


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EAGER BEAVER Mfg/ Model SK6 B6DOW B8DOW B9DOW 10HDB-PT 10HA-PT 12HDB-PT 12HA-PT 15HDB-PT 20XPT 25XPT 25XPL 25GLB 35GLB 35GSL/S4S 35GSL/S 35GSL/BR 35GSL-PT 50GLB 50GSL/3 50GSL/BR 50GSL-PT 55GSL/3 55GSL/PT 60GSL/3 60GSL/PT 65GSL/3 70GSL/3 50GLB/OF (Oil Field) 60GLB/4-OF (Oil Field) 70GLB/5-OF (Oil Field)

Equip. Weight Empty lbs. (kg)

Weight Cap. lbs. (kg) 12,000 (5,442) 12,000 (5,442) 16,000 (7,257) 18,000 (8,163) 20,000 (9,070) 20,000 (9,070) 24,000 (10,884) 24,000 (10,884) 30,000 (13,605) 40,000 (18,140) 50,000 (22,675) 50,000 (22,675) 50,000 (22,675) 70,000 (31,745) 70,000 (31,745) in 12 ft. 70,000 (31,745)in 12 ft. 70,000 (31,745) in 12 ft. 70,000 (31,745) in 16 ft. 100,000 (45,350) in 12 ft. 100,000 (45,350) in 12 ft. 100,000 (45,350) in 12 ft. 100,000 (45,350) in 16 ft. 110,000 (49,885) in 12 ft. 110,000 (49,885) in 16 ft. 120,000 (54,420) in 12 ft. 120,000 (54,420) in 16 ft. 130,000 (58,967) in 12 ft. 140,000 (63,503) in 12 ft. 100,000 (45,350) in 12 ft. 120,000 (54,420) in 12 ft. 140,000 (63,500) in 16 ft.

FONTAINE HEAVY HAULING Weight Cap. lbs. (kg)

Mfg/ Model Fontaine Heavy-Haul Renegade LXL Fontaine Heavy-Haul Renegade LX40 Fontaine Heavy-Haul Renegade LX40C Fontaine Heavy-Haul Renegade LXT40 Fontaine Heavy-Haul Renegade LXT40C Fontaine Heavy-Haul Magnitude 51 Fontaine Heavy-Haul Magnitude 55L Plus Fontaine Heavy-Haul Magnitude 55HFLD Fontaine Heavy-Haul Magnitude 55HDSR Fontaine Heavy-Haul Magnitude 55HMFLD Fontaine Heavy-Haul Magnitude 55HMDSR Fontaine Heavy-Haul Magnitude 55HMBMD Fontaine Heavy-Haul Magnitude 55MX Fontaine Heavy-Haul Magnitude 60 Class MFLD Fontaine Heavy-Haul Magnitude 60 Class MDSR Fontaine Heavy-Haul Magnitude 60 Class MBMD Fontaine Heavy-Haul Magnitude 70 Class MFLD Fontaine Heavy-Haul Magnitude 70 Class MDSR Fontaine Heavy-Haul Magnitude 70 Class MBMD Fontaine Heavy-Haul Magnitude 80 Class MFLD Fontaine Heavy-Haul Magnitude 80 Class MDSR Fontaine Heavy-Haul Magnitude 80 Class MBMD Fontaine Heavy-Haul Xcalibur 48-80 Fontaine Heavy-Haul Xcalibur 53-90 Fontaine Heavy-Haul Xcalibur 53-72 LP (a) - Extendable Trailer - Rating In fully retract (b) - Modular bogie connection (c) - Tandem and Tridem Available

3,370 (1,529) 4,200 (1,905) 4,800 (2,177) 4,600 (2,086) 5,800 (2,630) 5,880 (2,667) 6,450 (2,925) 6,530 (2,961) 8,100 (3,673) 8,380 (3,800) 11,720 (5,315) 11,720 (5,315) 11,600 (5,261) 13,900 (6,304) 15,500 (7,029) 15,900 (7,211) 17,100 (7,755) 18,200 (8,253) 23,000 (10,432) 20,500 (9,297) 21,600 (9,795) 22,700 (10,297) 22,500 (10,206) 23,425 (10,625) 22,750 (10,773) 24,500 (11,115) 26,500 (12,020) 27,790 (12,605) 21,600 (9,797) 25,120 (11,393) 28,600 (12,972)

Equip. Weight Empty lbs. (kg)

18,390/19,215 (8,342/8,716) 60,000 lbs. (27,216) in 16 ft. (4.9) 15,340/16,165 (6,958/7,332) 80,000 lbs. (36,287) in 16 (4.9) 15,340 (6,958) (4.9) 16 in 7) 80,000 lbs. (36,28 20,040/20,865 (9,090/9,464) 80,000 lbs. (36,287) in 16 (4.9) (a) 20,040 (9,090) 80,000 lbs. (36,287) in 16 (4.9) (a) 20,200 (9,163) (3.7) ft. 12 in 6) (46,26 lbs. 0 102,00 22,960 (10,414) (3.7) ft. 12 in 5) (49,89 lbs. 0 110,00 21,640 (9,816) 110,000 lbs. (49,895) in 12 ft. (3.7) 22,635 (10,267) 110,000 lbs. (49,895) in 12 ft. (3.7) 21,940 (9,952) 110,000 lbs. (49,895) in 12 ft. (3.7) 22,935 (10,403) 110,000 lbs. (49,895) in 12 ft. (3.7) 20,635 (9,237) 110,000 lbs. (49,895) in 12 ft. (3.7) 27,110 (12,297) 110,000 lbs. (49,895) in 16 ft. (4.9) 24,990 (11,335) 120,000 lbs. (54,431) in 12 ft. (3.7) 24,870 (11,280) 120,000 lbs. (54,431) in 12 ft. (3.7) 22,410 (10,165) 120,000 lbs. (54,431) in 12 ft. (3.7) 31,840 (14,442) Up to 140,000 lbs. (63,503) in 12 ft. (3.7) 32,900 (14,923) Up to 140,000 lbs. (63,503) in 12 ft. (3.7) 29,700 (13,472) (3.7) ft. 12 in 3) (63,50 lbs. 0 Up to 140,00 32,460 (14,724) (4.9) ft. 16 in 7) (81,64 lbs. 0 180,00 Up to 33,685 (15,279) (4.9) ft. 16 in 7) (81,64 lbs. 0 180,00 to Up 30,300 (13,744) Up to 180,000 lbs. (81,647) in 16 ft. (4.9) 16,060 (7,285) 80,000 lbs. (36,287) distributed (a) 17,380 (7,883) 80,000 lbs. (36,287) distributed (a) 19,330 (8,768) 80,000 lbs. (36,287) distributed (a)

ed position

No. of Axles

Suspension Type

Deck Size LxW ft. (m)

Torflex Leaf Spring Leaf Spring Leaf Spring Leaf Spring Leaf Spring Leaf Spring Leaf Spring Leaf Spring Leaf Spring Leaf Spring Spring/Lift Axle Leaf Spring Single Point Spring Leaf Spring Single Point Spring Single Point Spring Air Ride Air Ride/Lift Axle Air Ride/Lift Axle Air Ride/Lift Axle Air Ride/Lift Axle Air Ride/Lift Axle Air Ride/Lift Axle Air Ride/Lift Axle Air Ride/Lift Axle Air Ride/Lift Axle Air Ride/Lift Axle Air Ride/Lift Axle Air Ride/Lift Axle Air Ride/Lift Axle

14x6.7 (5.2x2.1) 20x8 (6.1x2.4) 20x8 (6.1x2.4) 20x8 (6.1x2.4) 25x8.5 (7.6x2.6) 25x8.5 (7.6x2.6) 25x8.5 (7.6x2.6) 25x8.5 (7.6x2.6) 25x8.5 (7.6x2.6) 25x8.5 (7.6x2.6) 28x8.5 (8.5x2.6) 28x8.5 (8.5x2.6) 18x8.5 (5.5x2.6) 18x8.5 (5.5x2.6) 22x8.5 (6.7x2.6) 22x8.5 (6.7x2.6) 22x8.5 (6.7x2.6) 22x8.5 (6.7x2.6) 39x8.5 (17.7x2.6) 24x8.5 (7.3x2.6) 24x8.5 (7.3x2.6) 24x8.5 (7.3x2.6) 25x8.5 (7.6x2.6) 25x8.5 (7.6x2.6) 25x8.5 (7.6x2.6) 25x8.5 (7.6x2.6) 25x8.5 (7.6x2.6) 25x8.5 (7.6x2.6) 40x8.5 (12.2x2.6) 43x8.5 (13.1x2.6) 43.5x8.5 (13.2x2.6)

Standard Deck Length ft. (m) 29.2 (8.9) 29 (8.8) 27.6 (8.4) 29 - 50 (8.8 - 15.2) 27.6 - 47.2 (8.4, 14.4) 25 (7.6) 25, 26, 27 (7.6, 7.9, 8.2) 25, 26, 27 (7.6, 7.9, 8.2) 26 (7.9) 25, 26, 27 (7.6, 7.9, 8.2) 26 (7.9) 26 (7.9) 29 - 50 (8.8 - 15.2) 25, 26, 27 (7.6, 7.9, 8.2) 25, 26, 27 (7.6, 7.9, 8.2) 25, 26 (7.6, 7.9) 28 (8.5) 28 (8.5) 28 (8.5) 28 (8.5) 28 (8.5) 28 (8.5) 48 - 80 (14.6 - 24.4) 90 53 - (16.2 - 27.4) 53 - 72 (16.2 - 21.9)

Loaded Deck Height in. (cm)

2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 3 3 2 2 2 2 2 2 3 3 3 3 3 or 4 3 or 4 3 or 4 3 or 4 3 to 7 3 to 7 3 4 5

No. of Axles

14 (35.6) 20 (50.8) 20 (50.8) 20 (50.8) 20 (50.8) 22 (55.9) 18 (45.7) 22 (55.9) 14.5 (36.8) @ Drop Side 22 (b) (55.9) 14.5 (36.8) @ Drop Side (b) Beam/Rail Deck (b) 20 (b) (50.8) 22 (b) (55.9) 14.5 (36.8) @ Drop Side (b) Beam/Rail Deck (b) 24 (b) (61) 14.75 @ Drop Side (b) Beam/Rail Deck (b) 26 (b) (66) 16.5 (41.9) @ Drop Side (b) Beam/Rail Deck (b) 59 (149.9) 60 (152.4) 59 (149.9 ) Upper/34 (86.4) Lower

2 2 2 2 2 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 to 6 3 to 6 3 to 6 3 to 7 3 to 7 3 to 7 3 to 7 3 to 7 3 to 7 2 or 3 2 or 3 3

Speed Rating MPH (KPH) 55 (88.5) 55 (88.5) 55 (88.5) 55 (88.5) 55 (88.5) 55 (88.5) 55 (88.5) 55 (88.5) 55 (88.5) 55 (88.5) 55 (88.5) 55 (88.5) 55 (88.5) 55 (88.5) 55 (88.5) 55 (88.5) 55 (88.5) 55 (88.5) 55 (88.5) 55 (88.5) 55 (88.5) 55 (88.5) 55 (88.5) 55 (88.5) 55 (88.5)

Speed Rating MPH (KPH) 65(104) 65(104) 65(104) 65(104) 65(104) 65(104) 65(104) 65(104) 65(104) 65(104) 65(104) 65(104) 65(104) 65(104) 65(104) 65(104) 65(104) 65(104) 65(104) 65(104) 65(104) 65(104) 65(104) 65(104) 65(104) 65(104) 65(104) 65(104) 65(104) 65(104) 65(104)

Gooseneck Style Mechanical and Hydraulic Mechanical and Hydraulic Mechanical Mechanical and Hydraulic Mechanical Hydraulic Hydraulic Hydraulic Hydraulic Hydraulic Hydraulic Hydraulic Hydraulic Hydraulic Hydraulic Hydraulic Hydraulic Hydraulic Hydraulic Hydraulic Hydraulic Hydraulic N/A N/A N/A


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BRI-MAR Mfg/ Model DT508LP-5 DT610LP-10 DT612LP-10 DT610-10DP DT712-10DP DT712LPHD-12 DT714LPHD-14 DT716LPHD-14 DTR508LP-3 DTR508LP-5 DTR510LP-5 DTR610LP-7 DTR610LP-10 DTR610-7 DTR610-10 DT716LPHD-21K DT610LP LE-7 DT610LP LE-10 DT612LP LE-10 DT712LP LE-10 DT712LP LE-12 DT714LP LE-14 EH16-10 EH16-12 EH18-10 EH18-12 EH18-14HD EH20-14HD EH16-10LE EH18-10LE EH20-10LE EH18-10LE-HDLS EH20-10LE-HDLS EH820-10 EH820-14 EH824-14 HT18-14 T16-10 T512-6 T712-6 HT20D-14 CH16-7-OPEN CH16-7-FULL CH18-7-FULL CH18-10-FULL CHT18-10 CHT20-10 UT-508 UT-510 UT-610 UT-612 UT-614 UT-714 UT-716 UT-718

Weight Cap. lbs. (kg) 3,670 (1,665) 7,785 (3,531) 7,350 (3,334) 7,660 (3,475) 7,200 (3,266) 8,440 (3,828) 9,770 (4,432) 9,735 (4,416) 1,815 (823) 3,785 (1,716) 3,580 (1,624) 5,180 (2,350) 8,060 (3,656) 5,220 (2,368) 8,040 (3,647) 16,095 (7,301) 4,670 (2,118) 7,560 (3,429) 7,180 (3,257) 7,020 (3,184) 8,940 (4,055) 10,445 (4,742) 7,505 (3.404) 9,375 (4,252) 7,460 (3,384) 9,305 (4,221) 11,000 (4,990) 10,075 (4,570) 7,940 (3,602) 7,775 (3,527) 7,315 (3,318) 7,575 (3,436) 7,125 (3,232) 9,640 (4,373) 10,260 (4,654) 9,500 (4,309) 10,510 (4,767) 6,980 (3,166) 4,640 (2,105) 4,380 (1,987) 10,150 (4,604) 5,340 (2,422) 5,010 (2,273) 4,895 (2,220) 7,570 (3,513) 7,250 (3,289) 7,230 (3,280) 2,200 (998) 2,120 (962) 1,855 (841) 1,785 (810) 1,720 (780) 5,280 (2,395) 5,075 (2,302) 4,950 (2,245)

Suspension Type

Equip. Weight Empty lbs. (kg)

SPRING SPRING SPRING SPRING SPRING SPRING SPRING SPRING SPRING SPRING SPRING SPRING SPRING SPRING SPRING SPRING SPRING SPRING SPRING SPRING SPRING SPRING SPRING SPRING SPRING SPRING SPRING SPRING SPRING SPRING SPRING SPRING SPRING SPRING SPRING SPRING SPRING SPRING SPRING SPRING SPRING SPRING SPRING SPRING SPRING SPRING SPRING SPRING SPRING SPRING SPRING SPRING SPRING SPRING SPRING

1,330 (603) 2,215 (1,005) 2,650 (1,202) 2,340 (1,061) 2,800 (1,270) 3,560 (1,615) 4,230 (1,919) 4,265 (1,935) 1,185 (538) 1,215 (551) 1,420 (644) 1,820 (826) 1,940 (880) 1,780 (807) 1,960 (889) 4,905 (2,225) 2,330 (1,507) 2,440 (1,107) 2,820 (1,279) 2,980 (1,352) 3,060 (1,388) 3,555 (1,613) 2,495 (1,132) 2,625 (1,191) 2,540 (1,152) 2,695 (1,222) 3,000 (1,361) 3,925 (1,497) 2,060 (934) 2,225 (1,009) 2,675 (1,213) 2,245 (1,100) 2,875 (1,304) 3,660 (1,978) 3,740 (1,696) 4,500 (2,041) 3,490 (1,583) 3,020 (1,370) 1,360 (617) 1,620 (735) 3,850 (1,746) 1,660 (753) 1,990 (903) 2,105 (955) 3,513 (1,593) 2,750 (1,247) 2,770 (1,257) 800 (363) 880 (399) 1,145 (519) 1,215 (551) 1,280 (580) 1,720 (780) 1,925 (873) 2,050 (930)

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5X8 (1.5X2.4) 6X10 (1.8X3.0) 6X10 (1.8X3.0) 6X10 (1.8X3.) 7.2X12 (2.2X3.7) 6.8X12 (2.1X3.7) 6.8X14 (2.1X4.3) 6.8X16 (2.1X4.9) 5X8 (1.5X2.4) 5X8 (1.5X2.4) 5X10 (1.5X3.0) 6X10 (1.8X3.0) 6X10 (1.8X3.0) 6X10 (1.8X3.0) 6X10 (1.8X3.0) 6.8X14 (2.1X4.3) 6X10 (1.8X3.1) 6X10 (1.8X3.1) 6X12 (1.8X3.7) 6.8X12 (2.1X3.7) 6.8X12 (2.1X3.7) 6.8X14 (2.1X4.3) 6.8X16 (2.1X4.9) 6.8X16 (2.1X4.9) 6.8X18 (2.1X5.5) 6.8X18 (2.1X5.5) 6.8X18 (2.1X5.5) 6.8X20 (2.1X 6.1) 6.7X16 (2.0X4.9) 6.7X18 (2.0X5.5) 6.7X20 (2.0X6.1) 6.7X18 (2.0X5.5) 6.7X20 (2.0X6.1) 8.5X20 (2.6X6.1) 8.5X20 (2.6X6.1) 8.5X24 (2.6X7.3) 6.8X18 (2.1X5.5) 6.7X16 (2.0X4.9) 5X12 (1.5X3.7) 6.8X12 (2.1X3.7) 6.8X20 (2.1X6.1) 6.8X16 (2.1X4.9) 6.8X16 (2.1X4.9) 6.8X18 (2.1X5.5) 6.8X18 (2.1X5.5) 6.8X18 (2.1X5.5) 6.8X20 (2.1X6.1) 5X8 (1.5X2.4) 5X10 (1.5X3.1) 6.3X10 (1.9X3.1) 6.3X12 (1.9X3.7) 6.3X14 (1.9X4.3) 6.8X14 (2.1X4.3) 6.8X16 (2.1X4.9) 6.8X18 (2.1X5.5)

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Yanmar Acquires Land for Training, Customer Experience Yanmar America, a global manufacturer of advanced performance industrial and marine diesel engines and generators; compact construction, agricultural and utility task vehicle equipment and gas engine based energy systems, has invested $20 million and acquired 50-plus acres of land in Acworth, Ga., to build a new training and customer experience facility. The new facility is slated to open in August 2017 with an official groundbreaking ceremony at the site on Nov. 16, 2016. “Yanmar is proud to continue our investment in the North American market. We believe this new property will help us support our growing dealer network and end user customers, while also broadening our company’s initiatives related to our mission of creating a more sustainable future,” said Takehito Yamaoka, president of Yanmar Co., Ltd. Located within the 75 Corridor at the corner of Highway 92 and Old Alabama Road in Cherokee County, the almost 50,000 sq. ft.

Located within the 75 Corridor at the corner of Highway 92 and Old Alabama Road in Cherokee County, the almost 50,000 sq. ft. facility will feature classrooms with dedicated space for each of the business’ product lines: industrial diesel engines and generators, commercial marine diesel engines, agriculture equipment, construction equipment, utility task vehicles and energy systems; an auditorium; museum; gift shop; cantina; office space and meeting space. Outdoor amenities will include a customer experience area for product demonstrations.

facility will feature classrooms with dedicated space for each of the business’ product lines: industrial diesel engines and generators, commercial marine diesel engines, agriculture equipment, construction equipment, utility task vehicles and energy systems; an auditorium; museum; gift shop; cantina; office space and meeting space. Outdoor amenities will include a customer experience area for prod-

uct demonstrations. “We are delighted to have Yanmar’s state-of-the-art training facility in Cherokee. They are among several new and expanding international corporations choosing Cherokee because of our superb location and access to talent. We look forward to Yanmar’s success as they help to build our sustainable vision for Cherokee,” said Buzz Ahrens, Cherokee

County commission chairman. “Cherokee County was a desirable location for our new facility for many reasons. The area itself offers natural beauty, and the Cherokee County officials were very welcoming and share our vision for promoting sustainability and agriculture. The site’s proximity to our current headquarters in Adairsville and the Atlanta airport is also ideal for bringing in our cus-

tomers from all over the globe,” said Yanmar America president Tim Fernandez on selecting a location. “We want to better equip our customers to make them successful in their businesses and with the Yanmar product,” continued Fernandez. “This new facility will allow us to offer proper training for all aspects of our business, while also providing premium experiences through partnerships with the local communities and industry partners such as farmer’s markets, civic group meetings and consumer educational opportunities.” Croft Architects Engineers based in Kennesaw, Ga., will design and engineer the facility. In addition, Carroll Daniel Construction from Gainesville, Ga., has been selected as the general contractor. For more information, visit yanmar.com/us. (This story also can be found on Construction Equipment Guide’s website at www.constructionequipmentguide.com.)

Ritchie Bros. Preparing Inventory for 2017 Orlando Auction Five days, hundreds of sellers, thousands of bidders, 10,000+ items: Ritchie Bros.' annual February Orlando event is its largest U.S. auction each year, providing an unrivaled customer experience for both buyers and sellers alike. The 2017 date is set for Feb. 20 to 24 and consignments are already starting to roll in. There are a lot of auctions to choose from in Florida in February, but Ritchie Bros.’ Orlando auction is the largest of them all. The company's world-class marketing attracts record crowds year after year, creating an optimal audience for equipment sellers. In 2016, the company sent more than 130,000 brochures and 1.1 million emails promoting the February Orlando auction, resulting in record-breaking attendance: 9,850+ people from 79 countries registered to bid on the 10,700+ items sold. “Ritchie Bros. holds hundreds of auctions in United States each year, but nothing compares to the size and experience of our annu- In 2016, the company sent more than 130,000 brochures and 1.1 million emails proal February auction — our consignors bring moting the February Orlando auction, resulting in record-breaking attendance: the equipment and we deliver the buyers,” 9,850+ people from 79 countries registered to bid on the 10,700+ items sold. said Terry Dolan, president (USA & Latin America), Ritchie Bros. worked tirelessly to make it a world-class equipment industry. Next February, together “We started holding equipment auctions event year after year. Today the auction with our consignors, we will create an aucin Orlando more than 30 years ago and have serves as a bellwether for the state of the tion like no other.”

With the Orlando auction, Ritchie Bros. will provide equipment buyers with access to: • A massive selection of equipment with all types of equipment and all the top brands • First-class facilities so onsite buyers can be comfortable and see the equipment while they bid • Large, well-organized yard to make onsite inspection easy and convenient for buyers • Comprehensive equipment info and pictures online • Onsite refurbishment services • Availability to bid on site and online, including bidding from mobile or tablet with the new Ritchie Bros. app • In-house financing through Ritchie Bros. Financial Services giving buyers more spending power Ritchie Bros. held its first auction in Florida in 1984 and has been operating at its current location in Orlando since 2003. Since 2003 the company has sold 157,300+ equipment items and trucks for $2.8 billion. For more information, call 855/331-5757 or visit rbauction.com/Orlando. (This story also can be found on Construction Equipment Guide’s website at www.constructionequipmentguide.com.)


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

Terex Makes Strategic Moves for Mixer Truck Business Terex announced the completion of two strategic moves related to its front discharge mixer truck business. Within the Terex corporate structure, Terex Mixer Trucks have transitioned from the Terex Construction Americas specialty products portfolio to the Terex Materials Processing segment. The trucks join Fuchs material handlers, Terex Bid-Well automatic roller pavers, and Powerscreen, Terex Finlay, and other Terex minerals processing and washing equipment in the Materials Processing portfolio. “Terex Mixer Trucks are a longstanding and important part of the Terex business portfolio, and Terex positioned the trucks in a strong business segment where they can expand and continue to help customers meet their production goals,” said John Leech, general manager of Terex Mixer Trucks and Terex Bid-Well. “This has been a seamless transition that has not affected our mixer trucks customers. The only visible change is our new Director of Customer Engagement Strategy, Sales and Service Organization, Mark Aubry. He is an excellent addition to the Terex team and offers a wealth of sales and marketing experience for the mixer truck line.” Aubry Replaces Rinas Aubry replaces long-time concrete industry veteran David Rinas, who held the director of sales position since Terex Mixer Trucks have transitioned from the Terex Construction Americas specialty products portfolio to the Terex Materials Processing segment. The trucks join Fuchs material handlers, Terex Bid-Well automatic roller pavers, and Powerscreen, Terex Finlay, and other Terex minerals processing and washing equipment in the Materials Processing portfolio.

David Rinas, retired from the director of sales position.

Mark Aubry is the new director of customer engagement strategy, sales and service organization.

August 2008, and announced his planned retirement from the position earlier this year. Aubry now leads all customer-facing activities, including sales, service and aftermarket parts teams, and he is responsible for strategic sales planning and staffing for Terex front discharge mixer trucks. In addition, his responsibilities include the development and implementation of a strategic sales plan to enhance customer interaction, grow market share, and achieve company goals and objectives. Prior to joining the Terex mixer truck team, Aubry served as the vice president of sales and marketing of the components division of a Canadian alternative fuel transportation company. He also has led the sales and marketing teams for a multinational truck manufacturer and a global manufacturer of aerial work platforms. “Dave [Rinas] successfully led the Terex truck business through one of the deepest market downturns in history and has positioned the truck segment for growth. He has left big shoes to fill,” said Aubry. “The Terex front discharge mixer truck design is solid and offers many productionenhancing features for customers. I am excited to work with our talented see TEREX page 72


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Minnich’s New Website Boasts Responsive, Easy-to-Use Design Minnich Manufacturing, a manufacturer of concrete dowel pin drills, concrete paving vibrators and vibrator monitoring systems, launched its fully redesigned website, www.minnich-mfg.com. Responsive design and simplified navigation make the bold new Minnich website easy for contractors to use on any device. Plus, the site is now more informative than ever with robust new product pages, added training videos and a new monthly blog, according to the company. “We strive to provide our customers with around-the-clock support, and part of that is having a website that’s powerful and easy-to-use,” said Jim Minnich, company owner. “On the new site, our customers will find all the Minnich information and resources they need quickly and easily.” Minnich enhanced dowel-pin drill and vibrator product pages to include: • Interactive features information • Links to related videos, articles and products • Easier access to specifications • Ideal applications (road and runway construction, general construction, and/or gas and utility) The redesigned site features an expanded library of operation, maintenance, repair and tips videos. In addition, a monthly blog offers timely tips and the latest Minnich and industry news. Currently available in English, the site will soon be available in Spanish, German and French. Customers also can connect online with Minnich on Facebook at www.facebook.com/MinnichMfg/ and Instagram at www.instagram.com/MinnichMfg/. (This story also can be found on Construction Equipment Guide’s website at www.constructionequipmentguide.com.)

Minnich Manufacturing has redesigned its website.


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Golden Equipment Company www.goldenequipment.com 721 Candelaria Rd NE Albuquerque, NM 87107 (505) 345-7811

1150 Madison Lane Farmington, NM 87401 (505) 326-1413

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RDO EQUIPMENT CO. www.rdoequipment.com Riverside, CA 800/494-4863

New Braunfels, TX 800/880-0880

Indio, CA 760/342-8900

Chandler, AZ 602/845-1800

Imperial, CA 800/464-4331

Ehrenberg, AZ 928/923-9611

Lakeside, CA 619/270-4300

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Fort Worth, TX 800/551-4905

Phoenix, AZ 602/415-4700

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Prescott, AZ 928/776-8300

Irving, TX 800/437-6342

Tucson, AZ 520/294-5262

Laredo, TX 956/718-1909

Wellton, AZ 928/785-4276

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Yuma, AZ 928/341-7100

Pflugerville, TX 512/272-4141

POWER MOTIVE CORP. www.powermotivecorp.com 5000 Vasquez Blvd. Denver, CO 80216 303/355-5900 Grand Junction, CO 970/241-1550 Colorado Springs, CO 719-576-5541

Milliken, CO 970/587-1188 Durango, CO 970/259-0455 Cheyenne, WY 307/634-5149

KOMATSU EQUIPMENT CO. www.komatsueq.com 1486 S. Distribution Drive Salt Lake City, UT 84104 801/972-3660 Fax: 801/954-0936 4460 Pioneer Way Elko, NV 89801 775/753-7557 3825 Losee Road North Las Vegas, NV 89030 702/399-1004

900 Marietta Way Sparks, NV 89431 775/356-1334 1409 East 3850 South St. George, UT 84790 435/986-1000 405 Jonah Drive Rock Springs, WY 82901 307/686-1300

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866-430-7539

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2003 Blaw Knox PF 5510 track paver, Ultimat 10-20 ft electric heated screed, Cummins diesel engine, power crown, slope & height, power auger tunnels

2002 Etnyre Centennial distributor, 2000 gallons, computer w/1 ft cut-offs, diesel heat, 14 ft spray bar, Sterling Acterra w/Cummins diesel engine, 5 spd trans, 2 spd axle

2002 Rosco Maximizer II distributor, 1950 gallons, EZ-2S computer w/1 ft cut-offs, 12 ft spray bar, diesel heat, Freightliner FL-70 w/Cat 3126 diesel engine 246 hp, 5 spd trans, 2 spd axle

2008 Bomag BW11RH pneumatic roller, 9 wheels, Cummins 3.3L diesel engine, water system

2005 Rosco Maximizer II distributor, 1750 gallons, 2004 Etnyre tanker distributor, 6500 gallons, computer EZ-2S computer w/1 ft cut-offs, diesel heat, 12 ft spray & control box & radar, propane burners, Hatz diesel bar, overnight heater, hose reel, Freightliner FC-80, engine, 12 ft spray bar Cummins ISB diesel engine, 6 spd Allison auto trans

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Terex Replaces Industry Veteran Rinas With Aubry TEREX from page 67

team and ready mix truck operators to help grow their businesses through the use of Terex mixer trucks.” Rinas’ successful and productive career spans nearly 40 years, beginning with asphalt plant and equipment manufacturer Standard Havens in 1977. His career in the cement and concrete business started in 1986. He held vice president level positions for industry giants Holcim, Lonestar Industries (Buzzi Unicem) and Lehigh Cement until 2008, when he accepted the director of sales position at Terex Mixer Trucks. During the deep economic downturn from 2009 to 2012, where the front discharge market experienced truck demand decreases by up to 90 percent, Rinas also held the position of interim general manager of the ready mix concrete truck business. While truck production was temporarily halted from 2011 through most of 2012, Rinas led a core group of team members representing several departments to implement Lean manufacturing principles at the Fort Wayne factory and

re-engineer the front discharge truck design with new customer-requested features in preparation for the market rebound. Since the temporary production stoppage, the market rebound has seen demand for Terex mixer trucks grow to anticipated production levels reaching 1,000 units in 2017. “Over the years, I have witnessed the evolution, transformation and resiliency of the construction materials and equipment business from several perspectives. I have been fortunate to have several mentors during my career and have met hundreds of friends, colleagues, and, most importantly, customers along the way,” said Rinas. “Clearly the industry will continue to transform and evolve as I depart the business, and Terex has selected the right person in Mark [Aubry] with the right experience and skills to lead the evolution of Terex Mixer Trucks to meet the market’s needs.” For more information, visit www.terex.com. (This story also can be found on Construction Equipment Guide’s website at www.constructionequipmentguide.com.)


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Introducing 12 tons of stress relief

BOMAG introduces the new standard for affordable, user-friendly 12-ton soil compactors. The new BW211-40 series is loaded with ergonomic features to reduce operator fatigue. Plus it delivers over 53,000 lbs. of centrifugal force (nearly 62,000 lbs. for pad foot roller) over its massive 84-in working width. Other benefits include: •Redesigned, vibration-isolated operator’s platform with easy to use controls and improved sight lines •Shorter stop to stop steering input for less fatigue, 12-degree oscillation and 35-degree steering angle for optimum maneuverability •Easy open, no tool hood for better engine access •EPA-compliant Tier 3 diesel engines For detailed specs and full list of features and benefits on BOMAG 40-series rollers, visit

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If you would like to place your Wanted To Buy listings on our website for inclusion in our newsletters, simply visit: www.ConstructionEquipmentGuide.com/wanted and enter your listings. Inappropriate or Sale Ads will be Deleted WANTED: KOEHRING 505 BACKHOE LOOKING FOR KOEHRING 505 BACKHOE FOR PARTS, RUNNING OR NOT, ALSO INTERESTED IN OLD PARTS INVENTORY FOR 505. CONTACT: ALBERT HARLOW (PH: 267-738-5984) EMAIL: HARLOWCONTRACTING@YAHOO.COM –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– WANTED: GRAPPLE VOLVO 360 EXCAVATOR GRAPPLE FOR VOLVO 360 THAT HOOKS TO VOLVO S2 QUICK COUPLER CONTACT: KEVIN SANSALONE (PH: 856 692-0027) EMAIL: KEVIN@SANSALONEEXCAVATING.COM –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– WANTED: NEEDED TRUCK 830 E KOMATSU 2011 AND UP 5 TRUCK 793D CORE 40000 HOURS AND UP BUDGET 215000.00US NOT MORE AFTER NEEDED TRUCK KOMATSU I NEED 10 TRUCK 830E 2011 AND UP UNDER 12000 HOURS BUDGET 615000.00US EACH FROM USA ONLY NOT ADVERTISED ONLY DIRECTLY NO SALEMAN NO INTERNET OR PAST MINING ONLY CONTACT: JEAN MAURICE BOUTIN (PH: 1 450 346 8975 OR 1 514 386 8975) EMAIL: JEANMAURICEBOUTIN@VIDEOTRON.CA –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– WANTED: WANTED:DEERE ENGINE CORES NEED DEERE 6414 AND 6068 ENGINE CORES AND PARTS ENGINES WITH VEE BELT DRIVE CONTACT: SANDY LAKE DIESEL (PH: 724 253 3450) EMAIL: SANDYLAKEDIESEL@GMAIL.COM FAX: 724 253 4394 –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– WANTED: WE BUY EQUIPMENT MANUALS WE ARE LOOKING TO PURCHASE NEW OR USED SERVICE, SHOP, PARTS, OPERATOR’S OR OTHER MANUALS FOR EQUIPMENT (NOT INCLUDED TRUCKS AND VEHICLES) OF ALL SORTS. WE PREFER IN BULK, PERHAPS YOU HAVE COMPUTERIZED YOUR SERVICE OR PARTS OPERATION AND YOU HAVE BOOKS OR MANUALS YOU NO LONGER NEED, OR INVENTORIES YOU HAVE NOT SOLD. PERHAPS AS A DISCONTINUED PRODUCT LINE. WE WILL PURCHASE IN ANY USEABLE CONDITION IN ANY AMOUNT YOU HAVE. PLEASE FEEL FREE TO CALL US AT 270-849-2270 OR EMAIL US. CONTACT: GRACE FRANCES (PH: 270-849-2270) EMAIL: TRITOWN1@MSN.COM –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– WANTED: KOMATSU HD605-7 WANT TO BUY 5 KOMATSU HD605-7 2008 AND UP MODEL WITH LOW HOURS IF YOU HAVE ANY PLEASE EMAIL ME PICTURES AND DETAILS. WHOLESALE PRICE ONLY!!! CONTACT: ABDAL HAJI SALEEM (PH: 415-687-0337) EMAIL: HAJICONSTRUCTEST@GMAIL.COM ––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––

WANTED: WANT TO BUY CONSTRUCTION MACHINE OUR COMPANY WANT TO BUY CONSTRUCTION MACHINES, IF YOU HAVE ANY KIND OF MACHINE PLEASE OFFER ME. DOOSAN DX14W - VOLVO 135W, 145W HITACHI EX100WD- DAEWOO SOLAR S130W, S140W, SAMSUNG MX135 DYNAPAC, 251D,252D, 301D, 302D CONTACT: EJAZ AHMAD (PH: 3008859412) EMAIL: GEOIMPEX.EJAZ@GMAIL.COM FAX: 3008859412 –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– WANTED: CAT MOTOR GRADER 140G I AM LOOKING TO BUY CAT MOTOR GRADERS 140G.IF YOU HAVE FOR SALE. PLEASE EMAIL ME PICTURES AND DETAILS CONTACT: NAQIB KHAN (PH: 03458818803) EMAIL: NAQIB_KHAN73@YAHOO.COM –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– WANTED: BULLDOZER D10T BULLDOZER D10T ENC CAB WITH RIPPER UNDER 3000 HOURS USA ONLY AFTER I HAVE BULLDOZER D11T 2010 WITH UNDER 3000 HOURS I NEED 620,000.00NEG CONTACT: JEAN MAURICE BOUTIN (PH: 1 450 346 8975 OR 1 514 386 8975) EMAIL: JEANMAURICEBOUTIN@VIDEOTRON.CA –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– WANTED: MEDIUM DUTY TRUCK FREIGHTLINER M2 26K GROSS VEHICLE WEIGHT AUTOMATIC TRANSMISSION AIR BRAKES CONTACT: KEVIN MANGANARO (PH: 302 225 7276) EMAIL: KMANGANARO@BAYSHORETRUCKS.COM FAX: 302 652 5358 –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– WANTED: KOMATSU WA320-5 CLEAN WORK READY MACHINE WITH 5000 OR LESS HOURS DASH 5 ONLY MACHINE CONTACT: RICHARD (PH: 603 828-6100) EMAIL: CMISOLD1@COMCAST.NET –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– WANTED: SMALLER ENCLOSED TRAILER NEED A SMALLER ENCLOSED UTILITY/SPORT TRAILER 1000- 1500 LB. CAPACITY TOTAL CONTACT: DIANE LAMBRO (PH: 973-875-7181) EMAIL: DIANE@STANDARDELEVATORCORP.COM FAX: 973-340-8458 –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– WANTED: CATERPILLAR 330BL CAT EXCAVATOR 330BL IF YOU HAVE ANY PLEASE SEND ME PICTURES AND DETAILS. CONTACT: ABDAL HAJI SALEEM (PH: 415-687-0337) EMAIL: HAJICONSTRUCTEST@GMAIL.COM FAX: 96663312326 ––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––

WANTED: CELLULOSE FIBER MANUFACTURER BLOWER COOL MACHINE AND BAGGER AND PLANT CONTACT: GARRY EMAIL: GARRY@ECOFIBRA.NET –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– WANTED: DOOR FOR 161 KUBOTA MINI EXCAVATOR NEED COMPLETE DOOR FOR 2008 161 KUBOTA MINI EXCAVATOR. CONTACT: ROBERT (PH: 828-837-8986) EMAIL: TFREALTY@DNET.NET –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– WANTED: SNOW WING FOR JOHN DEERE 772G OR 872G MOTORGRADER WE ARE LOOKING FOR A SNOW WING FOR A JOHN DEERE 772G OR 872G MOTORGRADER. PLEASE FORWARD DETAILS, PHOTOS AND ASKING PRICE. CONTACT: MARK OR JOHN (PH: 519-686-1123) EMAIL: SALES@MARCELEQUIPMENT.COM –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– \WANTED: BOMAG BW24R PARTS PLEASE CONTACT ME BY MY EMAIL. WE HAVE A BOMAG BW24R PARTS NEED TO PURCHASE. PLEASE CONTACT ME AS SOON AS POSSIBLE. THANKS. CONTACT: HONGYA (PH: 15901559975) EMAIL: JLW0001@126.COM FAX: 010-69297410 –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– WANTED: HITACHI EX200 AND EX400 I AM LOOKING TO BUY HITACHI EX400 AND EX200 IF YOU HAVE ANY FOR SALE PLEASE EMAIL ME PICTURES AND DETAILS. CONTACT: RIZ SUNESARA (PH: 8325280786) EMAIL: RIZ@MEGAEQUIPMENTS.COM FAX: 2817270415 –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– WANTED: JOHN DEERE 595D I AM LOOKING TO BUY JOHN DEERE 595D EXCAVATOR IF YOU HAVE ANY FOR SALE PLEASE EMAIL ME PICTURES AND DETAILS CONTACT: STEVE (PH: 713-659-0593) EMAIL: STEVE@MEGAEQUIPMENTS.COM FAX: 281-727-0415 –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– CRANE PARTS FOR ALL TYPES OF CRAWLER CRANES, AMERICAN, TEREX, MANITOWOC, LINK BELT, BUCYRUS ERIE, CONTACT: DAVE ANTONELLI PH: 216-531-8000 EMAIL: ACREQUIPMENT@CS.COM FAX: 216-531-8852 –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– WANTED: AIR ASSIST STEERING LOOKING FOR AIR ASSIST STEERING FOR B MODEL MACK OR ANY OTHER TRUCK CONTACT: ROBERT CARTER PH: 610-377-0372 EMAIL: CARTER5586@YAHOO.COM ––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––

WANTED: NEEDED BULLDOZER D11T CD «2« BULLDOZER D11T CD «OR CARRIAGE DOZER ONLY« WITH RIPPER UNDER 8000 HOURS FOR BIG JOB NOT ADVERTISED PLEASE ONLY CARRIAGE DOZER 2013AND UP CONTACT: JEAN MAURICE BOUTIN (PH: 1 450 346 8975 OR 1 514 386 8975) EMAIL: JEANMAURICEBOUTIN@VIDEOTRON.CA –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– WANTED: CASE 450 CRAWLER COMPLETE STONE GUARDS LOOKING FOR USED SET OF BOTTOM ROCK GUARDS FOR 450 CASE CRAWLER LOADER SER.NO. 3062213 CONTACT: ROGER (PH: 5706393058) EMAIL: ROGERPF1@FRONTIERNET.NET –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– WANTED: VSI CRUSHER PORTABLE OR STATIONARY BARMAC WANTED: NEEDED TRUCK 793D CORE OR REMCO VSI FAST. NEEDED TRUCK 793D I NEED 10 CONTACT: JOE (PH: 724-944-5569) AT 12 BUT MUST BE NOT ADVERTISED EMAIL: FJS-1@ATT.NET I NEED TRUCK 793D CORE ONLY –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– CONTACT: JEAN MAURICE BOUTIN WANTED: JENBACHER GAS PH: 1-450-346-8975 OR 1-514-386-8975 GENERATOR EMAIL: JEANMAURICEBOUTIN@ JENBACHER GAS GENERATOR 1400 VIDEOTRON.CA KW 50 HZ. IF YOU HAVE ANY, PLEASE –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– SEND FULL DETAILS, PICTURES AND WANTED: LOG SKIDDER PRICE. JOHN DEERE SKIDDER 340,440,540 CONTACT: VICTOR LEBRON MUST BE IN GOOD SHAPE (PH: 864-574-0404) CONTACT: JOHN EMAIL: APESALES@AMERICANPLANEMAIL: BLOSSBURGGRANDPA@ TANDEQUIPMENT.COM GMAIL.COM FAX: 864-576-7204 –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– WANTED: PARTS WANTED: CAT MOTOR GRADER 140G FLOOR PANELS FOR CAT 922B 94A ORIGINAL PAINT, NO CRACKS OR CONTACT CHRIS 201 370 5170 WELDS, MUST HAVE RIPPER CONTACT: CHRIS COLABELLA CONTACT: WASIM KHAN (PH: 201 370 5170) (PH: 832-533-1929) EMAIL: CCOLABELLA@VERIZON.NET EMAIL: MWASIEM@YAHOO.COM FAX: 201 939 9059 –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– WANTED: USED GENERATORS –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– USED DIESEL GENERATORS RÉNTAL WANTED: WANT TRACTOR FARM TRAILER AND STANDBY INTERNATIONAL 1468 LOW HOURS WANT TO BUY TRACTOR FARM INTER- CONTACT: FELUX (PH: 786 603 3060) NATIONAL 1468 ONLY UNDER 4000 HOURS ORIGINAL I PAY UNDER 4000US EMAIL: EQUIPSALES2016@GMAIL.COM –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– CONTACT: JEAN MAURICE BOUTIN WANTED: DYNAPAC ROLLER CA 251D, (PH: 1 450 346 8975 OR 1 514 386 8975) 301D, CA262D, AND CA362D EMAIL: JEANMAURICEBOUTIN@VIDEOTRON.CA CONTACT: RIZ SUNESARA –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– (PH: 8325280786) WANTED: CAT 953D OR 963D WASTE EMAIL: RIZ@MEGAEQUIPMENTS.COM HANDLER CRAWLER TRACTOR FAX: 8325280786 WE ARE LOOKING FOR CAT 953D OR –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– WANTED: CAT HYDRAULIC PULL TYPE 963D WASTE HANDLER CRAWLER SCRAPER TRACTORS. PLEASE FORWARD DETAILS, PHOTOS AND ASKING PRICE. WANTED CAT 463 SCRAPER CONVERTED TO HYDRAULIC CONTACT: MARK OR JOHN CONTACT: GEHRING GROUP INC (PH: 1-519-686-1123) (PH: 513-582-3874) EMAIL: SALES@MARCELEQUIPMENT.COM EMAIL: GEHRINGGROUP@GMAIL.COM –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– WANTED: 24.00-29 TIRES WANTED: 953C OR SAME SIZE LOOKING FOR 2 24.00-29 TIRES FOR NEEDED LOADER 953C OR 953D OR CAT 80 SCRAPER JOHN DEERE 2010AND UP LOW HOURS CONTACT: DEAN JOHNSON USER USER USA (PH: 612-759-9491) CONTACT: JEAN MAURICE BOUTIN EMAIL: (PH: 1 450 346 8975 OR 1 514 386 8975) DEANAJOHNSONINC@GMAIL.COM EMAIL: FAX: 218-945-6511 JEANMAURICEBOUTIN@VIDEOTRON.CA –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– ––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––

WANTED: RUNNING OR NON RUNNING MACHINES!!!! 1) CAT WHEEL LOADERS: 920, 930,936 E/F, 950 B/E/F, 966 C/D/E/F/G/H 970F, 972G, 980G. 2) CAT MOTOR GRADER: 140G, 14G, 140H AND 14H. 3) CAT DOZER: D9R, D9N, D10N AND D10R. WITH RIPPER 4) CAT EXCAVATOR: 225D, 235 C/D AND 330BL. 5) HITACHI EXCAVATOR: EX200, EX200-1, EX400 AND EX400-1 6) JOHN DEERE EXCAVATOR: 595D 7) DYNAPAC ROLLER: CA251D, CA301D, CA262D AND CA362D IF YOU HAVE ANY FOR SALE PLEASE EMAIL ME PICTURES AND DETAILS. CONTACT: RIZ SUNESARA (PH: 8325280786) EMAIL: RIZ@MEGAEQUIPMENTS.COM FAX: 8325280786 –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– WANTED: WANTED TO BUY CATERPILLAR 140G , 140H RUNNING OR NON RUNNING!!!!!! WANTED TO BUY CAT MOTOR GRADER 140G AND 140H IF YOU HAVE ANY FOR SALE PLEASE EMAIL ME PICTURES AND DETAILS. CONTACT: STEVE (PH: 713-659-0593) EMAIL: STEVE@MEGAEQUIPMENTS.COM FAX: 281-727-0415 –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– WANTED: TO BUY EQUIPMENT MANUALS. WE ARE LOOKING TO PURCHASE NEW OR USED SERVICE, SHOP, PARTS, OPERATOR’S OR OTHER MANUALS FOR EQUIPMENT OF ALL SORTS (NOT INCLUDED TRUCKS AND VEHICLES). WE PREFER IN BULK, PERHAPS YOU HAVE COMPUTERIZED YOUR SERVICE OR PARTS OPERATION AND YOU HAVE BOOKS OR MANUALS YOU NO LONGER NEED, OR INVENTORIES YOU HAVE NOT SOLD. PERHAPS AS A DISCONTINUED PRODUCT LINE. WE WILL PURCHASE IN ANY USEABLE CONDITION IN ANY AMOUNT YOU HAVE. PLEASE FEEL FREE TO CALL US AT 270-849-2270 OR EMAIL US. CONTACT: GRACE FRANCES PH: 270-849-2270 EMAIL: TRITOWN1@MSN.COM –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– WANTED: BELLY DUMPS I'M LOOKING FOR ALL MAKES AND SIZES OF BELLY DUMPS ASAP! WE WILL PAY CASH ON THE SPOT CONTACT: ROBERT BAKER (PH: 480-744-4008) EMAIL: RBAKER.WESTCOAST@OUTLOOK.COM FAX: 480-744-4008 –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– WANTED: WANTED HEAVY EQUIPMENT FORKLIFTS BOBCATS SKIP LOADERS WHEEL LOADERS BOX TRUCKS CONSTRUCTION EQUIPMENT LANDSCAPING EQUIPMENT CHIPPERS ALL TYPES OF HEAVY EQUIPMENT LOCATED IN CALIFORNIA OR SURROUNDING AREAS. PACIFIC EQUIPMENT CO. OR GO TO PACIFICEQUIPMENT.ORG CONTACT: WALTER (PH: 714-818-4136) EMAIL: PACIFIC-EQUIPMENT@HOTMAIL.COM ––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––


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ALEX LYON & SON AUCTIONEERS www.lyonauction.com 315-633-2944 • Dallas (Ft. Worth), TX Tues., November 29, 2016 For: RENTALS! Construction Equipment & more • San Angelo, TX Thurs., December 1, 2016 For: Rental Fleet Construction Equipment & more • Boston, MA Fri., December 2, 2016 For: One Owner Liquidation • Youngstown, OH Sat., December 3, 2016 For: Complete Liquidation Construction Equipment, Trucks, Trailers and more • Buffalo, NY Thurs., December 8, 2016 For: Major Job Completion Auction • Queretaro, Mexico Thurs., December 8, 2016 For: Late Model Construction Equipment & more • Marietta, OH Fri., December 9, 2016 For: Late Model Construction Equipment and more • Las Vegas, NV Sat., December 10, 2016 For: Large Job Completion & Rental Returns • Manassas, VA Fri., December 16, 2016 For: Late Model Construction Equipment & more • Atlantic City, NJ Sat., December 17, 2016 For: Rental Equipment • Nashville, TN Mon., December 19, 2016 For: Estate Auction – Late Model Construction, Ag, Trucks & more • Albany (Greenwich), NY Fri., December 30, 2016 For: Final Auction of Year – Late Model Construction Equipment • Long Island, NY Sat., January 7, 2017 For: Late Model Construction Equipment & more • Syracuse, NY Sun., January 8, 2017 For: Light Construction Equipment & more • Dallas, TX Tues., January 10, 2017 For: Retirement Auction – Crane Support Equipment • Houston, TX Thurs., January 12, 2017 For: Rental Fleet & Earthmoving Conclusion Auction • Columbus (Delaware), OH Sat., January 14, 2017 For: Very Late Model Rental Fleet Construction Equipment • Winter Garden, FL January 28 – February 5, 2017 For: 24th Annual 9-Day Florida Auction RITCHIE BROS. AUCTIONEERS www.rbauction.com 402-421-2631 • Fort Worth, TX Nov. 30 – Dec. 1, 2016 • Williston, ND Fri., December 2, 2016 • Lincoln, NE Mon., December 5, 2016

• Atlanta, GA Tues., December 6, 2016 • Sacramento, CA Tues., December 6, 2016 • Columbus, OH Wed., December 7, 2016 • Raleigh-Durham, NC Thurs., November 8, 2016 • Los Angeles, CA Fri., December 9, 2016 • Chicago, IL Fri., December 9, 2016 • Sun Valley, CA Sat., December 10, 2016 • Salt Lake City, UT Mon., December 12, 2016 • Albuquerque, NM Tues., December 13, 2016 • Manchester, NH Tues., December 13, 2016 • Denver, CO Wed., December 14, 2016 • Minneapolis, MN Wed., December 14, 2016 • Kansas City, MO Thurs., December 15, 2016 • North East, MD Thurs., December 15, 2016 • Chehalis, WA Fri., December 16, 2016 • Minneapolis, MN Tues., December 20, 2016 • Nashville, TN Tues., December 20, 2016 • Orlando, FL February 20 – 24, 2017 BEAZLEY AUCTIONEERS www.beazleyauction.com 800-670-1227 • Dallas, TX Fri., December 16, 2016 For: Construction Equipment BIG IRON AUCTIONS www.bigiron.com 800-937-3558

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GOODRICH AUCTION SERVICE, INC. www.goodrichauctionservice.com 607-642-3293 • Newark Valley, NY Tues., December 6, 2016 For: Large Farm & Construction Equipment Auction HENDERSON AUCTIONS www.hendersonauctions.com 225-686-2252 • Livingston, LA January 26 - 28, 2017 For: 3 Day Winter Construction, Trucking & Farming Equipment Auction HESS AUCTIONEERS www.hessauctioneers.net 866-511-2493 • Marietta, PA Fri., December 9, 2016 For: Truck, Trailer & Equipment HOUSBY AUCTIONS www.housby.com 866-218-6266 • ONLINE ONLY November 30, 2016 • ONLINE ONLY December 14, 2016 • ONLINE ONLY December 28, 2016 HUNYADY AUCTION COMPANY www.hunyady.com 800-233-6898 • Duncansvile, PA Wed., November 30, 2016 For: Absolute Auction Surplus Liquidation D.C. Ventre & Sons, Inc.

• ONLINE ONLY December 7, 2016

• Williamsport, PA Thurs., December 15, 2016 For: Complete Liquidation Susquehanna Supply Co., Inc.

• ONLINE ONLY December 21, 2016 BUNCH BROTHERS AUCTIONEERS www.bunchbrothers.com 270-376-2992 • Louisville, KY Tues., December 6, 2016 For: The Fall Louisville Auction

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I.R.A.Y. AUCTION www.iraymn.com 320-968-7230 • Foley, MN Fri., December 2, 2016 For: Heavy Equipment

IronPlanet AUCTIONS www.IronPlanet.com 888-433-5426 • Kissimmee, FL February 13 – 17, 2017 For: Unreserved Public Auction – Leading Equipment Brands J.M. WOOD AUCTION COMPANY www.jmwood.com 800-447-7085 • Montgomery, AL December 1 - 2, 2016 For: Trucks, Construction & Forestry Auction JAMES G. MURPHY INC. AUCTIONEERS www.murphyauction.com 800-426-3008 • Kenmore, WA Sat., December 3, 2016 For: Heavy & Contractors Equipment & Vehicles • Kapolei, HI Wed., December 14, 2016 For: Delta Construction Corporation Public Auction JEFF MARTIN AUCTIONEERS, INC. www.jeffmartinauctioneers.com 601-450-6200 • ONLINE ONLY Nov. 22 – December 13, 2016 For: Mining Operation Inventory Liquidation Online Public Auction • Perry, GA Thurs., December 15, 2016 For: Absolute Middle Georgia Contractor Liquidation Public Auction JOEY MARTIN AUCTIONEERS www.joeymartinauctioneers.com 864-940-4800 • Carrollton, GA Wed., December 7, 2016 For: End of Year Rental Return Auction MARTIN & MARTIN AUCTIONEERS, INC. www.mmaauction.com 864-947-7888

• Foley, MN Fri., March 3, 2017 For: Heavy Equipment

• Panama City, FL Wed., December 7, 2016 For: Absolute Auction – Triangle Asphalt, Inc.

CINCINNATI INDUSTRIAL AUCTIONEERS www.cia-auction.com 513-241-9701

INSIGHT AUCTIONEERS www.insightauction.com 863-386-1225

• Princeton, WV Thurs., December 15, 2016 For: Absolute Auction – Trucks, Trailer, Construction Equipment

• Youngtown, OH Thurs., December 1, 2016 For: Allied Erecting & Dismantling Co., Inc.

• Sebring, FL Sat., January 14, 2017 For: Construction & Agricultural Equipment

DAVIS AUCTIONS, INC. www.davisauctionsinc.com 203-758-4087 • Prospect, CT Sat., December 3, 2016 For: Construction Equipment

• Sebring, FL Sat., March 11, 2017 For: Construction & Agricultural Equipment • Sebring, FL Sat., May 13, 2017 For: Construction & Agricultural Equipment

• Seven Valleys, PA Tues., February 14, 2017 For: Tractor, Farm & Construction Equipment

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

• Seven Valleys, PA Tues., March 14, 2017 For: Tractor, Farm & Construction Equipment

• ONLINE ONLY December 6 - 13, 2016 For: December NetAuction

• Great Mills, MD March 24 - 25, 2017 For: Tractor, Farm & Construction Equipment

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

MOTLEYS ASSET DISPOSITION GROUP www.motleys.com 1-877-MOTLEYS • Richmond, VA Tues., December 6, 2016 For: Construction Equipment & Trucks NORTH COUNTRY AUCTIONS www.northcountry-auctions.com 603-539-5322 • Wrentham, MA Sat., December 10, 2016 For: Inventory Reduction Forestry Equipment • Essex, MA Sat., December 17, 2016 For: Retirement Liquidation ORBITBID www.ORBITBID.com 866-672-4806 • ONLINE ONLY Ends Wed., November 30, 2016 For: MCM Management Corp Auction #3 PURPLE WAVE AUCTION www.purplewave.com 866-608-9283 • ONLINE ONLY Thurs., December 1, 2016 For: Truck & Trailer Auction

• Gilmore City, IA Tues., November 29, 2016 For: Large Farm & Construction Equipment Auction • West Fargo, ND Wed., November 30, 2016 For: Aglron West Fargo Event • ONLINE ONLY December 7 - 14, 2016 For: December Online Auction – Upper Midwest Locations • Larchwood, IA Tues., December 20, 2016 For: Aglron Sioux Falls Event • Litchfield, MN Thurs., December 22, 2016 For: Aglron Litchfield Event THOMAS HIRCHAK COMPANY www.THCAuction.com 800-634-7653 • Waitsfield, VT Tues., December 13, 2016 For: Construction Equip., Trucks, Trailers & Tools UTILITY AUCTIONS www.utilityauctions.net 302-530-9103 • Wilmington, DE Fri., December 16, 2016 For: Construction, Utility & Forestry Equipment

• ONLINE ONLY Thurs., December 1, 2016 For: Construction Equipment

WAYNE PIKE AUCTION COMPANY www.waynepikeauction.com 763-389-2700

• ONLINE ONLY Wed., December 7, 2016 For: BTP Plant Liquidation

• Princeton, MN Sat., December 10, 2016 For: Construction Equipment, Truck & Trailer Auction

• ONLINE ONLY Thurs., December 8, 2016 For: Construction Equipment • ONLINE ONLY Tues., December 13, 2016 For: K&M Rental Retirement Auction • ONLINE ONLY Tues., December 13, 2016 For: Morris Companies Reduction Auction • ONLINE ONLY Thurs., December 15, 2016 For: Construction Equipment • ONLINE ONLY Thurs., December 15, 2016 For: Truck & Trailer Auction

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

• ONLINE ONLY Thurs., December 29, 2016 For: Construction Equipment

• Seven Valleys, PA Tues., December 13, 2016 For: Tractor, Farm & Construction Equipment

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

• Seven Valleys, PA Tues., January 10, 2017

• Lebanon, TN Sat., March 11, 2017 For: Construction Equipment

• Lebanon, TN Sat., December 3, 2016 For: Construction Equipment

WOLFE INDUSTRIAL AUCTIONS, INC. www.wolfeauctions.com 800-443-9580 • Frederick, MD Fri., December 9, 2016 For: Mid Atlantic Contractors Auction WSM AUCTIONEERS www.wsmauctioneers.com 623-936-3300 • Phoenix, AZ Sat., December 10, 2016 For: Live Public Auction YODER & FREY AUCTIONEERS, INC. www.yoderandfrey.com 419-865-3990 • Kissimmee, FL February 6 – 11, 2017 For: 43rd Annual Consignment Auction


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Equify Holds Liquidation Sale at Wills Point Facility

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quify Auctions LLC held a liquidation sale at its Wills Point, Texas, location on Nov. 15. The auction consisted of equipment being liquidated by Luminant Energy. Customers were invited to bid in person or online. Items available for sale included track loaders, scrapers, crawler loaders, dozers and more from manufactures including Kubota, Bobcat, Caterpillar, Wirtgen and more. (This story also can be found on Construction Equipment Guide’s website at www.constructionequipmentguide.com.) CEG

John Floyd III of Little John’s Excavation in Avery, Texas, plans to bid on this Wirtgen WR 2000. Jeff Miller (L) of Trophy Tractor in Grand Prairie, Texas, and Gregg Hoss of Hoss Machinery International of Irving, Texas, came upon this Cat 637-E scraper.

CEG caught Corky Underwood of Bayonet Breaker and RECS Rental Equipment in Prosper, Texas, at the perfect moment studying the sales brochure.

Dave Compton, Dave’s Dozers in Greenville, Texas, plans to add this Cat D6 to his working fleet.

Mayo McClellan, Mayo Tractors in Daingerfield, Texas, tests this Kubota TL720 loader.

Kirk Evans, Evans Ranch in Wills Point, Texas, is interested in this Cat D10R for pulling fence post on all his ranches.

Ken Neely, Ken’s Quality Carpet Cleaning Service in Tyler, Texas, thinks this Bobcat T870 will work perfectly for moving carpet.


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To view our Business Calendar online, go to www.constructionequipmentguide.com. Nebraska Land Improvement Contractors Association 58th ANNUAL NLICA CONVENTION DATES: JANUARY 17 – 19, 2017, 6:00 PM PLACE: Holiday Inn Convention Center, Kearney, NE For additional information visit www.NELICA.org ASSOCIATED GENERAL CONTRACTORS WebEd: Cybersecurity Webinar Series DATES: THURSDAY, NOV. 10, 2016 to FRIDAY, DEC. 9, 2016 TECHNOLOGY https://www.agc.org/connect/events-calendar ASSOCIATED GENERAL CONTRACTORS Contractor Executive Exchange Changing the Way Contractors Source New Solutions and Build Relationships with Vendors DATES: SUNDAY, DEC. 4, 2016 to TUESDAY, DEC. 6, 2016 CHARLESTON, SOUTH CAROLINA Other https://www.agc.org/connect/events-calendar ASSOCIATED GENERAL CONTRACTORS Construction Project Manager Course DATES: SUNDAY, DEC. 4, 2016 to FRIDAY, DEC. 9, 2016 DALLAS, TEXAS https://www.agc.org/connect/events-calendar Missouri Land Improvement Contractors Damage Prevention and Excavation Safety Summit DATES: WEDNESDAY, DEC. 7, 2016 to THURSDAY, DEC. 8, 2016 LOCATION: OZARK EMPIRE FAIRGROUNDS SPRINGFIELD, MO For more information, contact Deb Dickens, Executive Director. Phone: 573/634-3001 • Email: MLICA@aol.com Missouri Land Improvement Contractors Missouri LICA Winter Convention Dates: January 26 - 28, 2017 Place: Hilton Garden Inn, Columbia, MO For more information, contact: Missouri LICA State Office Deb Dickens, Executive Director 1101 West High Street, Jefferson City, MO 65109 Phone: 573/634-3001 • Email: MLIA@aol.com

Technology Forum. This forum offers contractors and MnDOT representatives from around the state an opportunity to hear from industry experts and discuss common current issues. AGC CONTACT: Denise Woods of AGC of Minnesota, 525 Park Street, #110, St. Paul, Minnesota 55102. Telephone: 651/632-8929 • Fax: 651/632-8928 Email: info@agcmn.org. AGC’s 2017 Conference on Surety Bonding and Construction Risk Management TYPE: CONFERENCE/EXPO DATES: JAN. 30, 2017 (12:00 AM CT) to FEB. 1, 2017 (12:00 AM CT) LOCATION: NAPLES, FLORIDA WEB SITE: http://meetings.agc.org/risk/ This conference serves and supports everyone playing a senior role in construction risk management. That includes all senior executives of the construction companies in the AGC family, and particularly the in-house lawyers and risk managers for these companies. Concrete Sawing & Drilling Association (CSDA) to Meet in Puerto Rico for the First Time CSDA is heading to beautiful Puerto Rico for the association’s 45th Annual Convention & Tech Fair. Dates: March 14-18, 2017 Puerto Rico is an ideal location for industry professionals to meet, network and relax – a tropical island paradise that remains part of the U.S. and is easily accessible for American and international travelers. CSDA has chosen the luxurious Gran Melia Resort as the convention venue – a highly sophisticated architectural gem nestled on Puerto Rico’s northeastern coast in Coco Beach, Rio Grande. The CSDA Annual Convention is attended by owners, managers and operators from concrete cutting, polishing and imaging companies as well as representatives from manufacturers and distributors who support the industry with products and services. Anyone who falls into these categories should join CSDA for this important networking event. Registration opens September. For more information, visit www.csda.org/convention, call 727/577-5004 or email info@csda.org.

NATIONAL PAVEMENT EXPO 2017 – REGISTER TODAY! DATES: FEBRUARY 1 thru FEBRUARY 4, 2017 PLACE: MUSIC CITY CENTER, NASHVILLE, TN ALL-NEW LEADERSHIP BOOT CAMP – JANUARY 31 Four reasons to attend National Pavement Expo: Packed Exhibit Hall 50+ Conference Sessions lead by construction industry experts covering team development, employment issues, finance, selling, safety, management and training AGC (Associated General Contractors) of Minnesota All-New Leadership Boot Camp for owners and employee leadSTP CLASSES Supervisory Training Program (STP) classes for November – ers, presented on Tuesday, January 31. Nashville – from the sights to the sounds, Music City is packed December will start the week of November 7. For additional information, contact Renee Horsman at rhors- with things to do! man@agcmn.org Register now and plan your trip to get the best deals on conference sessions, hotels and airfare. For more information, call AGC (Associated General Contractors) of Minnesota 920/542-1131 or toll-free at 800/538-5544. National DATE: WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 30, 3016 Pavement Expo, AC Business Media, 201 N. Main Street, Fort EVENT: Member Business Meeting/Holiday Reception Atkinson, WI 53538. PLACE: HEARTLAND RESTAURANT, ST. PAUL, MINNESOTA TIME: 5:00 PM to 7:30 PM 2017 Specialized Transportation Symposium Scheduled for AGC Contact: Denise Woods at AGC of Minnesota, 525 Park February 14 – 17 in Orlando, Florida Street, #110, St. Paul, Minnesota 55102. Telephone: 651/632The Specialized Carriers & Rigging Association (SC&RA) will 8929 Fax: 651/632-8928 Email: info@agcmn.org host the Specialized Transportation Symposium, February 1417, 2017 at the Hilton Orlando Lake Buena Vista in Orlando, AGC (Associated General Contractors) of Minnesota Once again, we will be collecting for Toys for Tots at the holiday Florida. Attendance at this annual event increases every year, reception. New toys, games, and books, as well as cash and and the 2017 Symposium is expected to attract 500 specialchecks, will be greatly appreciated. Checks should be payable ized carriers, state and federal government officials, to “Toys for Tots.” There will also be cash jars available at the researchers, manufacturers and suppliers to the industry. reception. Checks can also be mailed in advance of the recep- The Specialized Carriers & Rigging Association (SC&RA) is an tion to Denise Woods at the AGC office. Denise Woods, AGC of international trade association of more than 1,300 members Minnesota, 525 Park Street, #110, St. Paul, MN 55102. from 46 nations. Members are involved in specialized transportation, machinery moving and erecting, industrial mainteASSOCIATED GENERAL CONTRACTORS nance, millwrighting and crane and rigging operations, manuCONTRACTOR EXECUTIVE EXCHANGE facturing and rental. For more information, contact the DATES: Sunday, Dec. 4, 2016 to Wednesday, Dec. 7, 2016 Specialized Carriers & Rigging Association at 5870 Trinity LOCATION: Belmond Charleston Place, Charleston, SC We are very excited to invite you to attend the inaugural Parkway, Suite 200, Centreville, VA 20120. Phone: Fax: 703/698-0297. Email: Contractor Executive Exchange sponsored by AGC of America, 703/698-0291. December 4 to December 7, 2016 at the Belmond Charleston info@scranet.org. Place in beautiful Charleston, SC. Over the course of 2.5 days, GENERAL CONTRACTORS suppliers will take part in pre-scheduled one-on-one meetings ASSOCIATED AGC’s 98th ANNUAL CONVENTION with the industry’s top general contractors. For more information, please contact: Drew DeSarle; ddesar- DATES: Tues., MARCH 7, 2017 to Thurs., MARCH 9, 2017 le@exchangeevents.com; Phone: 440/465-9618; LOCATION: Las Vegas, Nevada www.exchangeevents.net/GeneralContractorsExchange-2016/ Cultivate, Innovate, Accelerate – Register Now & Save, Early Registration Deadline: November 30, 2016. AGC (Associated General Contractors) of Minnesota Make your plans to attend the 98th Annual AGC Convention DATE: TUESDAY, DECEMBER 6, 2016 and seize your opportunity to cultivate new ideas and partners, EVENT: AGC – MnDOT see and hear about the latest in construction innovation, and Grading Forum leave with the tools to accelerate your business to the next Earle Brown Heritage Center, Brooklyn Center level. The 2017 Convention features a packed program TIME: 8:30 AM to 4:30 PM AGC Contact: Denise Woods at AGC of Minnesota, 525 Park focused on sharing solutions from experienced contractors and Street, #110, St. Paul, Minnesota 55102. Telephone: 651/632- industry experts on key construction issues, networking events structured so you can make valuable new connections, and 8929 Fax: 651/632-8928 Email: info@agcmn.org opportunities to shape the future of the construction industry and the association. The AGC Annual Convention is your best AGC (Associated General Contractors) of Minnesota opportunity to enhance your business and advance your AGC – MnDOT Grading Forum On December 6, 2016, AGC and MnDOT will host the annual all- career. For more information, contact AGC of America at day Transportation Construction and Grading Innovations 703/548-3118; communications@agc.org; www.AGC.org.


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Ritchie Bros. Holds Sale in Phoenix, Ariz.

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ore than 2,200 bidders participated online and in person at Ritchie Bros.’ multi-million dollar unreserved public equipment auction in Phoenix, Ariz., on Nov. 16, 2016. With bidders from 35 countries, approximately 58 percent of the equipment in the auction was sold to out-of-state buyers, from as far away as Peru, Vietnam and Hong Kong. Online bidders purchased approximately 45 percent of the equipment sold (by dollar value). More than 1,200 equipment items and trucks were sold in the auction, including 45 compactors, more than 15 loader backhoes, more Drew Nelsen of MDG Resources, a gold mine in than 15 excavators, more than 85 truck tractors, more than 160 trail- Arizona, hopes to have the winning bid on this Cat D5N LGP crawler dozer. ers, and more. (This story also can be found on Construction Equipment Guide’s website at www.constructionequipmentguide.com.) CEG

Nivaro Diaz (R) and son, Nick, of Nivaro Construction in Bozeman, Mont., drove all night to be at the auction. They were looking at this JLG 8042 telescopic lift. Frank Dalmolin (L) and his son, Frankie, of 5D Mining and Construction in Globe, Ariz., browse the yard.

Ephraim Balo of Balo Ranch, Skull Valley, Ariz., who plans to buy skid steers and backhoes for the ranch, looks over this Cat 226 skid steer.

This Cat D5N crawler dozer is of interest to John Fowler, one of the owners of Arizona Materials, Phoenix, Ariz. He is in search of machines to use on his ranch and for his company.

Haskel Reynolds of Mongollon Construction in Heber, Ariz., looks over this John Deere 323D compact track loader. Ed Shelton (L) and Russ Stratton of Arrow Machinery in Phoenix, Ariz., are always looking for bargains to buy and sell.

Robert Seitz of Patriot Environmental Services, an emergency spill response service in Phoenix, Ariz., is interested in this Cat 330D excavator and other almost-new equipment with low hours.

John Stock (L) and Alan Wade of High Mountain Concepts, Crested Butte, Colo., evaluate this JLG telescopic lift.

Chris Collinsworth of Pacific Construction in Highland, Calif., tests out this Bobcat 5130 skid steer loader.


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South Africa-Based Clear Asset Joins Proxibid for Sales Proxibid, an online marketplace for connecting buyers and sellers of highly valued items, has been selected by Clear Asset, a South Africa-based independent online auction platform for the disposal of moveable assets, to provide online selling solutions for mining, construction, agriculture and maritime equipment. Clear Asset will sell equipment in the Proxibid Marketplace using its timed auction solution as well as its new Buy Now and Make Offer capabilities, which enable buyers to purchase instantly or to negotiate the price of an item. More than 200 pieces of equipment from Clear Asset are currently available for purchase via Proxibid. Headquartered in Cape Town, South Africa, with a regional office in Johannesburg and satellite offices across Africa, Clear Asset is a leading choice for the disposal of heavy construction equipment and industrial machinery across the continent. The company sells an average of 50 percent of plant equipment internationally, having shipped more than $50 million of assets to global buyers in the last year alone. Clear Asset works with leading transport and shipping companies in the region and provides expert buyer assistance when pur-

“We have partnered with Proxibid because we believe our sellers demand a world-class platform to reach North American buyers.” Warren Schewitz Clear Asset

chasing equipment from Africa. “Clear Asset is a trusted marketplace providing a complete managed solution for buyers and sellers in Sub-Saharan Africa. We have partnered with Proxibid because we believe our sellers demand a world-class platform to reach North

American buyers,” said Warren Schewitz CEO of Clear Asset. “Proxibid’s trusted Marketplace and robust technology solution offer the highest level of security and support, meaning buyers will have a Clear Asset experience whether purchasing direct through us or via Proxibid.com.” In addition to the more than 200 pieces of equipment available using Proxibid’s Buy Now and Make Offer tools, Clear Asset also will host an upcoming clearance sale for leading South African mining contractor Hetricon. The sale features a wide arrange of quality equipment including Caterpillar front end loaders, Hitachi and Liebherr rock trucks and shovels and Komatsu graders and dozers. Unsold inventory from this sale will be available for purchase in the Proxibid Marketplace. For more information about Proxibid, visit www.proxibid.com. For more information about Clear Asset, visit www.clearasset.co.za. (This story also can be found on Construction Equipment Guide’s website at www.constructionequipmentguide.com.)

NACD Honors Briscoe With 2016 ‘Directorship 100’ Award Ritchie Bros. announced that Beverley Briscoe, chair of Ritchie Bros. board of directors, has been named to the 2016 National Association of Corporate Directors’ (NACD) Directorship 100. This award honors the most influential boardroom leaders each year. Ravi Saligram, chief executive officer of Ritchie Bros., said: “We

are honored that Bev’s leadership and contributions to our corporate governance strategy was noted by the NACD. She has demonstrated an ongoing commitment to continuous improvement and driving long-term shareholder value, and has always considered the feedback of all stakeholder groups for Ritchie Bros. We congratulate Bev

on this tremendous achievement.” Briscoe has been a director on the board of Ritchie Bros. for more than 10 years and was appointed chair of the board in July 2014. Briscoe also serves as lead director and vice chair of Goldcorp Inc. Previously, she was Chair of the BC Forest Safety Council and Chair of the Industry Training

Authority of B.C and has served on a number of corporate and not for profit boards over the past decade. The NACD is the United States’ leading authority on boardroom practices, with more than 17,000 corporate directors as members in the association. The organization has been promoting responsible board leadership for

40 years. Briscoe’s place in the “Directorship 100” will be recognized at the NACD’s gala in New York on November 30. For more information, visit rbauction.com. (This story also can be found on Construction Equipment Guide’s website at www.constructionequipmentguide.com.)

Ritchie Bros. Auctioneers Completes $1B Credit Facilities Ritchie Bros. Auctioneers Incorporated announced the closing of a new five-year credit agreement totaling $1.0 billion with a syndicate of lenders comprising: (1) Multicurrency revolving facilities of up to $675 million (the “Revolving Facilities”), and, (2) A delayed-draw term loan facility of up to $325 million to finance the previously announced acquisition of IronPlanet (the “Delayed-Draw Facility” and together with the Revolving Facilities, the “Facilities”) The facilities will remain unsecured until the closing the of the IronPlanet acquisition, after which the facilities will be secured by assets of Ritchie Bros. and certain of its subsidiaries in Canada and the United States. The facilities are expected to become unsecured again after the IronPlanet acquisition, once Ritchie Bros. meets specified credit ratings or leverage ratio conditions. Ritchie Bros. intends to pay down debt levels following the close of the IronPlanet acquisition with expected

“Our new debt arrangements provide us with increased financial flexibility relative to our prior debt arrangements, and will help us achieve future growth initiatives including our previously announced acquisition of IronPlanet.” Sharon Driscoll Ritchie Bros. Auctioneers Incorporated

cash flows, which should facilitate the release of the security on the debt. The company consistently generates free cash flows in excess of net income as it processes cash flows relative to its auction proceeds, not simply its revenues. “We were very pleased with the interest banks expressed in participating in our new debt syndicate, evidenced by its significant over-subscription. I would like to thank all

banks involved for their continued support,” said Sharon Driscoll, chief financial officer. “Our new debt arrangements provide us with increased financial flexibility relative to our prior debt arrangements, and will help us achieve future growth initiatives including our previously announced acquisition of IronPlanet. Ritchie Bros.’ strong and unique cash flow profile will drive a

fairly rapid de-levering of our balance sheet following the acquisition of IronPlanet, which will return our debt ratios to more conservative levels within a relatively short period of time.” In conjunction with this announcement, Ritchie Bros. has terminated approximately $600 million of its pre-existing revolving bi-lateral credit facilities and private notes to provide the company with more suitable covenants and financial flexibility. Approximately $6.8 million of charges in relation to the early termination of the private notes are expected to be booked in the company’s fourth quarter. Merrill Lynch, Pierce, Fenner & Smith Incorporated and RBC Capital Markets served as Joint Lead Arrangers and Joint Bookrunners. Bank of America, N.A. served as Administrative Agent and the Royal Bank of Canada as Syndication Agent. (This story also can be found on Construction Equipment Guide’s website at www.constructionequipmentguide.com.)


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ADVERTISER INDEX To read articles about these CEG advertisers, visit www.constructionequipmentguide.com 4 RIVERS EQUIPMENT ..........................................................................13 AED SUMMIT/CONDEX..........................................................................17 ALEX LYON & SONS INC LAS VEGAS NV .............................................................................81 AMULET .....................................................................................................8 ATI CORPORATION/LEVEL-BEST.........................................................12 ATLAS COPCO........................................................................................68 BARGAINS...............................................................................................77 BELL TRUCKS AMERICA INC................................................................32 BLANCHARD MACHINERY ....................................................................17 BOMAG ....................................................................................................74 CALDER BROTHERS CORPORATION .................................................70 CEG SCALE MODELS ............................................................................19 CLASSIFIEDS ..........................................................................................77 COASTLINE EQUIPMENT ......................................................................27 CONSTRUCTION EQUIPMENT GUIDE MINI COMPACT PROMO ..............................................................48 CONEX/CONNAGG MAGAZINE...................................................76 CONEX/CONAGG PAPER ............................................................36 WANTED ........................................................................................78 FL AUCTION PROMO....................................................................83 DITCH WITCH WEST..............................................................................44 ECCO EQUIPMENT ................................................................................24 ESCO CORP............................................................................................38 FELLING TRAILERS................................................................................59 FLANGE LOCK ........................................................................................12 GENSCO EQUIPMENT CO LTD...............................................................6 H & L TOOTH CO ......................................................................................9 HENDRIX MACHINERY LLC ....................................................................3 HITACHI CONSTRUCTION MACHINERY..............................................40 HYDREMA U S INC.................................................................................13 HYUNDAI CONSTRUCTION EQUIPMENT ..........................................33 IMPACT ROLLER TECHNOLOGY INC ..................................................72 INTERSTATE TRAILERS.........................................................................57 IRONPLANET KISSIMMEE FL ..............................................................................85 JCB INC....................................................................................................42 JFW EQUIPMENT INC............................................................................72

JOHN DEERE ..........................................................................................29 JOHN DEERE SKID STEER ...................................................................65 KOMATSU AMERICA CORP..............................................................34,34 LEEBOY ...................................................................................................75 LIEBHERR CONSTRUCTION EQUIPMENT............................................7 MB AMERICA INC ...................................................................................15 NIXON-EGLI EQUIPMENT COMPANY ..................................................23 NPK CONSTRUCTION EQUIPMENT INC .............................................88 ON THE ROAD TRUCKING....................................................................21 PERKINS ENGINES COMPANY LTD .....................................................11 PRIME SOURCE .....................................................................................47 REMU SCREENING TECHNOLOGY .....................................................15 RITCHIE BROS AUCTIONEERS ............................................................87 ROAD BUILDERS MACHINERY..........................................................5,47 ROAD MACHINERY CO............................................................................2 ROADTEC................................................................................................69 SAKAI AMERICA INC ..............................................................................71 SANY AMERICA INC ...............................................................................27 SCOTT EQUIPMENT ..............................................................................25 SDLG........................................................................................................41 TAKEUCHI................................................................................................49 TOWMASTER ..........................................................................................53 VOLVO CONST EQUIP & SVCS ............................................................37 WACKER NEUSON .................................................................................30 WIRTGEN AMERICA...............................................................................73 WORLD OF CONCRETE ..........................................................................6 YANMAR AMERICA.................................................................................39

PACIFIC NORTHWEST SUPPLEMENT CASCADE ENGINE .................................................................................11 EZ SPOT UR............................................................................................13 FEENAUGHTY MACHINERY COMPANY ................................................7 MODERN MACHINERY ............................................................................5 OREGON TRACTOR.................................................................................3 ORION......................................................................................................16 PACWEST MACHINERY...........................................................................9 TRIAD MACHINERY................................................................................13

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