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Phase 2 of $1.28B Grand Parkway Project Begins Grand Parkway Infrastructure LLC photo

Hugo Construction Makes the Cut — With Proper Machines...10

Cat Unveils Wide Array of New Products...12

The entire Grand Parkway Project covers 52.8 mi. at a cost of $1.28 billion.

By Chuck Harvey CEG CORRESPONDENT

Alaska Earthquake Causes Infrastructure Damage...18

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Work is under way on an $894 million design-build Grand Parkway Project segments H, I-1 and I-2 on SH 99 from U.S. 59 to I-10 northeast of Houston. It is considered the second phase of the Grand Parkway Project. The entire project covers 52.8 mi. at a cost of $1.28 billion. Segments H and I-1 are an environmentally-

approved 38-mi., mostly two-lane, controlled access toll road with intermittent four-lane sections for passing. It extends U.S. 59 north to U.S. 69 and south to Interstate 10. The section of SH 99 stretches through Montgomery, Harris, Liberty and Chambers counties. Construction of the highway is expected to last three years. Segment I-2 is made up of segments I-2A and I-2B. Segment I-2B is approximately 6.1 mi. of a new four-lane facility from SH 146 to FM

1405 in Baytown, Texas. Segment I-2A consists of tolling improvement upgrades and other improvements for about 8.7 mi. of an existing four-lane facility from I-10 to FM 1405. SH 99 nearly encircles Houston making important connections to highways leading into and out of the city. Most of the circle is being rebuilt or improved, making it necessary to construct the massive project in segments. see PARKWAY page 42

$78M Widening Project Progresses in Las Vegas By Cindy Riley CEG CORRESPONDENT

Construction crews in Nevada are making steady progress as they widen and upgrade a 6-mi.-long stretch of U.S. Highway 95 in Las Vegas. In February, officials broke ground on the $78 million project, which will improve reliability, connectivity and mobility. “Northwest Las Vegas is one of the fastest-growing, rapidly-developing sections of southern Nevada,

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In February, officials broke ground on the $78 million project, which will improve reliability, connectivity and mobility.

attracting new businesses, visitors and residents in record numbers,” said Tony Illia, spokesman for the Nevada Department of Transportation (NDOT). “U.S. Highway 95 serves as the area’s primary transportation corridor, linking together homes and schools, shopping centers and churches. This project will relieve congestion, improve efficiency and enhance safety, while providing capacity for future growth and ecosee NDOT page 32


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2007 Cat D5G LGP, Stk#: 11510, OROPS, Eng. Encl., Rear Screen, Sweeps, 6 Way Blade, 1,487 Hrs, 80% U/C, 26” Pads, 10’7” Wide ......$42,500

2015 John Deere 310SL, Stk#: 11449, EROPS, A/C & Heat, 4WD, 2,084 hrs., 24" Bucket, 92" Quick Connect Front Bucket, Pilot Controls, 12.5x80x18 Front Tires, 19.5Lx24 Rear Tires, D.E.F. Fluid. ..............................................$59,500

2007 Cat D6N LGP, Stk#: 11135, EROPS, A/C & 2012 Cat D6T LGP, Stk#: 10877, EROPS, A/C, Heat, Sweeps, 6 Way Blade, 5,836 hrs., NEW U/C, 2015 Cat 420F, Stk#: 11395, OROPS, 4WD, 2,140 FM Stereo, Sweeps, Rear Screen, St./Tilt Blade, 34” Pads, Paccar PA55 Winch, 13 ft. Wide ............ hrs., 24" bucket, Pilot Controls, 12.5x80x18 Front 6,383 hrs., 30" Pads, 13 ft. Wide ..........$139,500 ................................................................$98,500 Tires, 19.5Lx24 Rear Tires ......................$56,500

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1997 Cat D3C LGP, Stk#: 11450, OROPS, Sweeps, Rear & Side Screens, 6 Way Blade, 5,934 hrs., 80% U/C, Carco 30B Winch, 8' 8" Wide ........................................................$29,500

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2008 Volvo ECR145CL, Stk#: 11497, EROPS, A/C & Heat, 6,016 hrs., 32" ............................$39,500

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2008 John Deere 6320, Stk#: 11520, EROPS, A/C & Heat, 4,920 Hrs, Side, Boom Mower, LT285x75Rx16 Front Tires, 18.4x34 Rear Tires, 4 Cyl. JD Eng...............................................$29,500

2012 Case Int'L Puma 170, Stk#: 11499, EROPS, 2016 Diamond DLR072C, Stk#: 10572, 72" A/C, 4WD, 3,570 hrs., 170hp, 18x6 Powership Rotary Skid Steer Mower, 17-20 GPM W/O Case Trans., 540/100PTO, 3 Remotes, Front Counterwight............................................$49,500 Drain, 30-0528 Motor ..............................$12,500

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CDOT STILL HIRING SNOWPLOW CREW, MAINTENANCE WORKERS

CDOT is still hiring qualified candidates to drive snowplows and complete highway maintenance work this winter. Open positions include permanent roles, as well as seasonal full-time and part-time work.

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On Nov. 30, at 8:29 a.m., an earthquake measuring 7.0 struck the state of Alaska between Palmer and Anchorage. Reports of extensive road damage were reported in Anchorage and the Mat-Su Valley.

A 10-mi. stretch of U.S. 14 from Burgess Junction south to the Big Horn County and District 5 boundary met many challenges this summer, but did get paved just in time for the snow to start flying.

Hillsboro, Ore.–based Omega Morgan specializes in heavy rigging and transportation, among other services. The company recently hauled a heaviest combination load in Washington state, weighing in at nearly one million pounds.

U.S. 14 PAVING FINISHES IN TIME FOR WINTER WEATHER

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ANALYTICS ENHANCE MACK TRUCKS’ GUARDDOG CONNECT

When cutting trenches for new pipelines in the Permian Basin, caliche rock combined with daunting oil company deadlines pose challenges to even the most seasoned trenching companies.

Mack Trucks is now delivering even more benefits to customers from its Mack GuardDog Connect telematics-based solution with help from analytics leader SAS.

Caterpillar unveiled a wide range of 24 new products and services during a two-day year-end press briefing Nov. 14 and 15 at Edwards Demonstration and Learning Center, outside of Peoria, Ill.

Buyers Products, a manufacturer of work truck equipment, introduces straight side backpack truck boxes. The boxes feature two full-length doors, one on each side, with dual latches, fixed interior shelves and built-in mounting rails.

The Willis Bridge is on SH-99/U.S.-377 and connects Madill in Marshall County, Okla., and Whitesboro in Grayson County, Texas. The replacement structure will be wider and longer than the existing one and will be built to the east.

Beginning in September 2019, PacWest Machinery customers in central Washington and north central Oregon will be supported from the new dealership facility on North Oregon Avenue in Pasco.

It’s that time of year again — with the holiday season practically upon us, CEG has compiled a list of some of our staff’s favorite industry-themed gifts for everyone on your list.

Loftness’ line of snow blowers accommodates many makes and models of skid steers and tractors. Each unit is built with heavy-duty construction for maximum reliability and high performance.

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ALASKA EARTHQUAKE CAUSES INFRASTRUCTURE DAMAGE

Fluor Corp. announced that ioneer Ltd. has selected Fluor to deliver its lithium and boron mine outside of Tonopah, Nev. Fluor will initially provide a definitive feasibility study, and subsequently, EPCM services as the project progresses.

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Temporary seasonal positions generally last up to nine months. Hiring managers also have been given more flexibility to hire either a full-time temporary employee or an on-call temporary employee. Additionally, CDOT is hiring permanent positions, with full benefits and promotional opportunities. A housing stipend is available for some locations. The state Department of Personnel and Administration is providing CDOT with a six-month residency waiver, allowing beginning temporary and permanent highway maintenance employees to be hired from out-of-state. The waiver ends in May 2019. Previously, most permanent positions required Colorado residency, with the only exception being for those positions within 30 miles of the state border. For more information, visit codot.gov. (This story also can be found on Construction Equipment Guide’s website at www.constructionequipmentguide.com.)


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ioneer Selects Fluor Corp. for U.S. 14 Paving Finishes in Lithium, Boron Mine Project Time for Winter Weather Fluor Corporation announced that ioneer Ltd. has selected Fluor to deliver its lithium and boron mine outside of Tonopah, Nev. Fluor will initially provide a definitive feasibility study, and subsequently, engineering, procurement and construction management (EPCM) services as the project progresses. Fluor will book the feasibility study contract value in the fourth quarter of 2018 and expects to book the full EPCM contract value in 2019 dependent on a final investment decision. “With the growing demand for electric vehicles and energy storage, Fluor is excited to work with ioneer on our first lithium mine project in Nevada,” said Tony Morgan, president of Fluor’s Mining & Metals business. “Our team brings the right combination of technical and execution expertise. We will leverage our full suite of integrated solutions tools, including our Zero Base Execution process and fit-for-purpose modular design strategy, to develop an

execution approach to deliver this project safely and with excellence.” The mine will extract and process ore to produce 20,200 tons of lithium carbonate and 173,000 tons of boric acid, annually. Lithium is a key component in batteries used for electric vehicles, power tools, drones and other items. Boron is widely used in the glass industry to strengthen and increase heat resistance for glass cookware, laboratory glassware and glass screens used in mobile phones, tablets and liquid crystal display televisions. Boron also is used in fiberglass, insulation, electronics and as a micronutrient in agriculture. The full notice to proceed on the EPCM phase is expected in 2019 with first production expected in 2021. For more information, visit fluor.com. (This story also can be found on Construction Equipment Guide’s website at www.constructionequipmentguide.com.)

A 10-mi. stretch of U.S. 14 from Burgess Junction south to the Big Horn County and District 5 boundary met many challenges this summer, but did get paved just in time for the snow to start flying. WYDOT dealt with weather on the mountain this summer. A wet spring and early fall meant long days and short weekends for contractors and WYDOT construction staff. This two-year project began last summer with the realignment of a portion of the highway and blasting at Hunt Mountain to obtain aggregate materials for this summer’s reconstruction. In addition to paving, Wilson Brothers Construction and its subcontractors installed a new box culvert at Owens Creek, installed new culverts at Markum, Sheely and Prospect creeks and lined other existing culverts with a polymeer

lining — which extends the life of the culvert. The approach into Owens Creek campground was realigned and new fencing is being installed along the entire project. The majority of the project was completed prior to the weather changing but contractors ran out of time and temperatures to put the wearing course down. The wearing course — an inch-thick layer of hot plant mix that gives the roadway added traction and extends the life of the paving — will be completed next summer once temperatures of 60 degrees or higher are reached. In addition to the wearing course, fencing, landscaping and paving the parking lot at the county line will be completed in the spring of 2019. (This story also can be found on Construction Equipment Guide’s website at www.constructionequipmentguide.com.)


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Hugo Construction Makes the Cut — With Proper Machines When cutting trenches for new pipelines in the Permian Basin, caliche rock combined with daunting oil company deadlines pose challenges to even the most seasoned trenching companies — so how would a relative newcomer to trenching work tackle the job? “We are out there cutting through caliche rock at a rate of 2,000 feet per day … faster than a lot of competitors,” said Stephen Elliott, superintendent and part owner of Hugo Construction. By way of comparison, when trenching through normal soil conditions, the company can cut 4,000 ft. per day, he added. The San Antonio-based start-up, launched in early 2018 by brothers Clay, Charlie, Colt Bush and Operating Partner Stephen Elliott, have meteorically established themselves as a “go-to” trenching company in the great (and highly competitive) state of Texas. Recently, Hugo completed a 20-mile trench along the Texas-New Mexico border, near Orla, Texas, that will accommodate a 16-in. steel gas pipeline midway between Stephen Elliott (L), Hugo Construction Pecos, Texas, and Carlsbad, N.M. Hugo cut superintendent, and Chris May, Vermeer the trench 30-in wide and 5 ft. deep. This Texas-Louisiana representative, along particular job was a lateral line, but Elliot with the Vermeer T1055 trencher. said he is comfortable cutting main lines at a width of 42-in. The latest cut was typical for Hugo — it encountered caliche rock most of the way. Caliche is common in the Permian basin, especially in New Mexico. The “dirt” is an accumulation of calcium carbonate that hardens like rock and makes up a sizable amount of the soil in the dryer regions of the deposits are clearly visible in the pipeline trench southwest. Typically, it’s Caliche that Hugo Construction is cutting in the oilfield near found just below the sur- Orla, Texas. face of the ground. “We just knew that we wanted Vermeer,” Prior to forming Hugo Construction, Elliott had experience in the oilfield, Elliott said. “It is the name in trenching and although not specifically in trenching. He we wanted to go with the best. When I think and his partners knew just enough about of Vermeer, I think top-shelf. We didn’t even trenching to know that they needed to talk to consider another manufacturer. We bought the local Vermeer dealer, Vermeer Texas- two T1055III machines and we rented a T955III. We also have another T1055 on Louisiana located in Selma, Texas. Clay Bush and Elliott walked in to order.” That’s proven to be a smart decision so Vermeer Texas-Louisiana’s showroom, without an appointment, and announced to far, according to Elliott. “We haven’t had have a lot of down time, Chris May, the Vermeer Texas-Louisiana sales representative that happened to be in because our [Vermeer] equipment is new,” the office at that moment, that they wanted to he said. “About the only issue we have is that we do run into granite sometimes out here, buy two new trenchers. “That was one of the most interesting and when we do, we change a lot of teeth. days of my Vermeer Texas-Louisiana But that’s to be expected. Elliott added that changing four to five career,” said May. “It’s not every day you have someone you’ve never met before tell teeth per day when cutting through hard rock you they want to buy two new machines is prudent; otherwise, he could wind up needing to change 30 at one time, which especially over $1.2 million each.”

would take hours to do. “We have three brand new Vermeer machines and one on order,” he said. “No one out here has that amount of new machinery. You’ll get less down time with Hugo because of that. Vermeer Texas-Louisiana also always answers the phone … they are always there for me when I need them.” In addition to ensuring its customers are back up and running when its equipment needs servicing, Vermeer Texas-Louisiana offers other important services, too. “Safety is our number-one priority when it comes to trenching, HDD, or anything else we do. So training is hugely important, and we offer all the training an operator needs,” May said. That commitment to safety is demonstrated by Vermeer engineering both the T955 and T1055 with in cab operator’s presence among some of the safety features. The machine being hydrostatic helps with safety, uptime, and maintenance without costly repairs due to clutch issues. On this pipeline trenching job, Hugo Construction is working for Courtney Construction of Carthage, Texas. Anadarko, among the world’s largest independent oil and natural gas exploration and production companies, is responsible for the pipeline itself. Every oil rig has three pipelines associated with it — saltwater, gas and oil — and every pipeline contractor subs out the trenching and boring. For its work, Hugo, in turn, uses Southern Transport of Midland, Texas, for its transport needs. Hugo Construction has a Recently, Hugo completed a 20-mile trench along the lot going on in addition to Texas-New Mexico border, near Orla, Texas, that will accommodate a 16-in. steel gas pipeline midway between the Anadarko work. Pecos, Texas, and Carlsbad, N.M.

see HUGO page 56

About the T1055III and T955III Trenchers The T1055 can perform rock excavation effectively with minimal chain wear due to its low-speed, high-torque, splined headshaft motor. It can be adjusted to trench depths using an optional sectionalized trencher boom. It offers 415 gross hp. and provides width ranges of 166 to 122-in. The T955 boasts less wear due to its low-speed, high torque, splined headshaft motor. It reduces trencher teeth inspection and replacement maintenance time through an optional remote attachment control that can start or stop the engine, raise or lower the trencher boom and rotate chain at a slow speed. The T955 promotes high-volume spoil removal with an extra-wide 30-in. dirt conveyor opening that helps reduce jamming. Like the T1055, the T955 also provides 415 gross hp. but offers a width range of 114 in. Other Vermeer trencher models include the T555III, T558III, T655III, T755III, T885II, T858III, T1155III and T1255III.


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Cat Unveils Wide Array of New Products at Press Event Next Generation 120 and 140 Motorgraders The Cat 120 motorgrader features an all new operator station with steering control option, enhanced rear visibility and improved HVAC performance, expanded technology offerings and a reliable all-wheel drive option. Next generation fluid filters and standard ECO mode help keep owning and operating costs down. The 140 motorgrader includes hydraulic brakes, which do not require routine maintenance, a front axle with oil bath wheel bearings (non-AWD), a circle saver option to maximize circle tooth and pinion line and a standard circle drive slip clutch to protect the circle drive. The Cat GRADE with Cross Slope provides up to 40 percent material savings. see CAT page 22

Caterpillar CEO Jim Umpleby addressed members of the media during the press conference Nov. 15 at Edwards Demonstration and Learning Center.

Caterpillar unveiled a wide range of 24 new products and services during a two-day yearend press briefing Nov. 14 and 15 at Edwards Demonstration and Learning Center, outside of Peoria, Ill. This was the highest number of unveilings Cat has ever made during one During the event, members of the press were able to pretend to be contractors by press event, nearly doubling its previous high operating a wide range of Cat equipment, including this 330 Next Gen excavator. of 14. Here is a roundup of all of the new equipment introductions, design refinements and technological services. For a more detailed description of each of these, visit www.constructionequipmentguide.com.

Product walk-arounds were an integral element of the two-day press conference. Media members were provided an in-depth look at all of the new products, including the Cat C13B engine.

D6 and D6 XE Dozers The new Cat D6 dozer now comes with a choice of electric drive (D6 XE), the world’s first high drive electric drive dozer, or fully automatic 4-speed transmission power train (D6). A redesigned purpose-built VPAT dozer offers high performance grading, while updated technology features help operators to be more productive from first pass to finish grade. Profitability is enhanced with up to 35 percent better fuel efficiency and reduced service and maintenance costs. At 215 hp and an operating weight range of 47,949 to 53,126 lbs., the new D6 replaces the ver- Caterpillar unveiled a whopping 24 new products, refinements to existing products and new services during a press conference Nov. 14 satile D6T bulldozer. and 15 at the Edwards Demonstration and Learning Center.


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CEG’s Top Holiday Gift Picks for 2018 By Emily Buenzle

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It’s that time of year again—with the holiday season practically upon us, CEG has compiled a list of some of our staff’s favorite industry-themed gifts for everyone on your list. (This story also can be found on Construction Equipment Guide’s website at www.constructionequipmentguide.com.) CEG see LIST 24

There’s no doubt about it: She’s your rock and your foundation, and what better way to remind her than with this cinderblock necklace? This piece is made to scale and cast in solid white bronze with a silver plate finish. Buyers can choose from a variety of chain lengths for the perfect fit for $54.00. https://etsy.me/2Q3hbD1

Is there someone on your list who is perpetually late? This watch from Volvo might help. Designed with the brand’s colors and logo, the water-resistant watch features luminescent numbers, a stainless steel movement and a strong band for $130.67. https://bit.ly/2Ts8gcY

For the person on your list who has everything already, we can all but guarantee that they don’t have this Anglerfish sculpture made from recycled tools. Hammers, pliers, wrenches and more come together to create a great addition to any home or office. This piece of art was even made to intentionally age with the elements in an outdoor setting if you prefer to keep this toothy fish outdoors. $180.00. https://bit.ly/2Tps1BU

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Put the littlest of your construction crew to work with these plush grasp toys. The machinewashable set, which crinkles when squeezed, comes with a hammer, wrench and saw, and is designed to capture your baby’s attention and develop dexterity. A great find for ages 0 to 3. $20.00 https://bit.ly/2TcSUsT

A wedding band is a symbol of everlasting love and fidelity, but on the job site, it can prove dangerous when working around heavy equipment or in tight spaces. Give your loved one a safer alternative to wear day-to-day with a flexible, silicone band from Groove Life. With lines to fit both men’s and women’s fingers, and countless designs to choose from, you’re sure to find the perfect style. Starting at $29.99. https://groovelife.com/

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Alaska Earthquake Causes Significant Infrastructure Damage

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While the Parks Highway is passable, the Parks/Glenn interchange sustained major damage due to slope failure. Crews are working to restore the approach.

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Crews work to repair a sink hole on the Glenn Highway SB Mirror Lake off ramp.

On Nov. 30, at 8:29 a.m., an earthquake By Dec. 1, ADOTP&F identimeasuring 7.0 struck the state of Alaska fied 50 potential damage sites. between Palmer and Anchorage. The event trigHowever, according to the gered a tsunami warning for coastal areas near Anchorage Daily News, as of Dec. Cook Inlet and the Southern Kenai Peninsula, 2 more than 1,400 aftershocks — which was later cancelled. While no significant 593 of which were magnitude 2.0 injuries or deaths have been reported, there has or greater; 17 were at least 4.0; and been extensive road damage in Anchorage and five were at least 5.0 — were the Mat-Su Valley. recorded. Those aftershocks have On Dec. 1, Gov. Walker issued a disaster decADOTP&F photo the potential to further increase laration and President Trump issued a Federal While no significant injuries or Emergency Declaration to assist local, state and deaths were reported, reports damage. non-government response and recovery efforts. of extensive road damage was Glenn Highway “While damage to infrastructure has caused reported in Anchorage and the The Glenn Highway sustained significant problems, we are thankful there has Mat-Su Valley. severe damage at Eagle River. been no fatalities or major injuries,” said Mike Sutton, director of the Division of Homeland Security and According to ADOTP&F, the most serious infrastructure Emergency Management. “The many organizations that damage includes: • Slope failure and significant cracking to the Glenn SB were involved in this response effort should be proud. However, as the response effort begins to subside, we will Mirror Lake on ramp; • a sink hole on the Glenn SB Mirror Lake off ramp; need to prepare for the long-term recovery effort.” • longitudinal shoulder cracks on Glenn Hwy. at mile post The Alaska Department of Transportation & Public Facilities set its emergency response plan into action. That 58.7; • slope failure at the Glenn/Parks Highway Interchange; plan includes: • abutment damage at NB Eagle River Bridge; and • Moving heavy equipment to safe ground, including fire• a dip in the approach on SB Eagle River Bridge. fighting and construction equipment; In the coming weeks, crews will be making repairs to • opening or closing airports and ferry terminals to facilislopes, restoring approaches and abutments, clearing rocks tate Coast Guard or military support as needed; and • notifying Alaska Marine Highway System vessels and and paving. securing safe passage. Seward Highway The department then works to secure the state’s infrastrucAlong the Seward Highway, ADOTP&F reports: ture system by assessing the safety of roads, airports and • Rock slides at mile post 109 and at McHugh Creek; bridges; opening or closing transportation routes, depending • rippled asphalt from Tudor to 36th; on need; and communicating with the public. • cracking at 6 Mile Bridge; and ADOTP&F sent teams to inspect 250 state and local • cracks of varying degrees to the Rabbit Creek, Dimond, bridges in the affected area. Alaska’s bridges have been prepared to withstand these events. Engineers’ main goal is to Tudor and O’Malley bridges. Crews and equipment are in place to remove debris and prevent collapse. New bridges are designed by highlytrained engineers and experts in seismic design. Old bridges monitor the area. are retrofitted to improve performance. see EARTHQUAKE page 56

Asphalt in the Winter According to a press release from ADOTP&F, it normally does not pave in the winter. It is harder to compact asphalt before it cools and hardens when it’s cold outside. Asphalt that is sufficiently compacted is stronger and lasts longer. Paving in the winter isn’t ideal, but it’s also not impossible. Here are some steps that ADOTP&F is going to take that will allow it to repair asphalt damaged by the 2018 earthquake. There are two main factors that affect asphalt compaction: temperature and time. First, temperature: • Chemicals can be added to the asphalt that will allow it to be compacted at lower temperatures than usual, which gives more time to compact; • crews will get the asphalt mix as hot as they can before paving; • a thicker layer of asphalt, will be placed because a thicker layer will take longer to cool; and • tarping truckloads of asphalt will help keep it hot during transport. Second, time: • Crews will use the largest available rollers to cover the most ground as fast as possible; • multiple rollers will run at the same time to increase the amount of compaction in a given time period. • haul times will be minimized by using the closest available asphalt plant as much as possible. • truck wait times will be minimized; and • paving will be continuous to avoid stop times. “We don’t usually pave in the winter because it harder and uses more resources, but when it needs to be done, we know how to do it right. Alaska’s contractors are experienced and they are dedicated to repairing the asphalt surfaces damaged by this quake,” according to an ADOTP&F press release.


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Engcon’s Powerful EC233 Tiltrotator Enters Production Engcon’s new EC233 series tiltrotator is now in production. Engcon is a leading manufacturer of tiltrotators — a kind of tilting and rotating quick coupler for excavators. The EC233 has a break torque of 340 kNm (240,771 lbf-ft), making it the market’s most powerful tiltrotator built for excavators up to 36 ton (33 t), according to the manufacturer. The EC233 replaces Engcon’s EC30, which has been serving Engcon’s customers since the mid1990s. Engcon Development Manager Fredrik Jonsson said, “The EC233 tiltrotator for excavators in the 24 to 33 metric ton range is a fantastic product. Combined with our quick hitch QS70 and QS80, now fitted as standard with Engcon’s automatic hydraulic and electrical coupling, EC-Oil, we have started taking orders on the EC233 already. We’re expecting this ‘tilty’ to be very well received.” “Everything from first prototype to full series production has gone very well,” said Jonsson. The product development cycle was focused on destructive tests in which both stubs and fasteners were exposed to extreme overload in laboratory environments. Testing then continued on large machines. “We always start by tensioning our test products in a powerful hydraulic rig where we control the overloaded forces with controlled forces. It gives us a clear picture of where any The EC233 replaces Engcon’s EC30, which has been serving Engcon’s customers since the mid-1990s. structural flaws may exist.”

When the laboratory tests are complete, a number of prototypes are fitted to big excavators to enable further testing of how the tiltrotator operates in real life environments. “Even though we have subjected the equipment to some serious pressure in a laboratory environment, things happen in real life that you can’t always anticipate in the lab. It’s everything from changing temperatures to an infinite number of torques that can’t be simulated easily, but the EC233 has sailed through development,” said Jonsson. EC233 Quick Facts • For excavators sized 26 to 36 ton (24 to 33 t) • Tilt angle +/- 45 degrees • Max. break torque: 340 kNm (240,771 lbfft.) • Standard quick hitch QS70 and QS80 • Standard equipped with central lubrication, load valves on tilt cylinders • Prepared for EC-Oil automatic oil coupling, with or without gripper Engcon, has been manufacturing and selling its tiltrotators, quick couplers, control systems and tools for excavators throughout Europe and Australia for 28 years, and in North America for 11 years through dealers. For more information, visit www.engcon.com. (This story also can be found on Construction Equipment Guide’s website at www.constructionequipmentguide.com.)

Rockland Bedding Box Minimizes Waste, Moves Easily on Job Sites The snag free, sloped-corner design and reinforced pull bars allow for easy movement around the job site and all Rockland bedding boxes can be fully customized to meet the specific needs of your site.

Minimize the waste of expensive bedding material and increase machine productivity with a Rockland bedding box. Loaders can restock the bedding box when convenient and no longer have to wait to load and place material in the trench. Excavators can quickly retrieve and place bedding material from the bedding box and easily reposition it as work progresses.

Manufactured with high-strength alloy steel, Rockland bedding boxes are built tough for any application. The snag free, sloped-corner design and reinforced pull bars allow for easy movement around the job site and all Rockland bedding boxes can be fully customized to meet the specific needs of your site. They are backed by Rockland’s no nonsense warranty.

Rockland manufactures more than 185 attachments for excavators, dozers, loaders, graders, haul trucks, and telehandlers. For more information, call 800/458-3773 or visit www.rocklandmfg.com. (This story also can be found on Construction Equipment Guide’s website at www.constructionequipmentguide.com.)


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P-Series Orange Peel Grapples Handle Heavier Loads

The P-Series hydraulic system is fully enclosed and protected, reducing the risk of damage to hoses and other components.

Kinshofer, a global manufacturer of excavator and loader crane attachments, offers an extensive range of excavator orange peel grapples for scrap, demolition, loading and unloading applications. Unlike other grapples, the P-Series hydraulic system is fully enclosed and protected, reducing the risk of damage to hoses and other components. Additionally, the grapple’s unique tine design enhances material penetration, increasing the amount contractors can safely secure in one cycle and saving time on the job site, according to the manufacturer. “We’ve spent 42 years researching and testing, in collaboration with our subsidiaries and clients, to develop the best orange peel grabs on the market,” said Francois Martin, Kinshofer North America general manager. “During this time,

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ating styles, significantly extending the grapple’s service life. The non-return valve, located directly under the rotation device, retains the grapple’s load to increase safety during unintended pressure drops. Kinshofer Orange Peel grapples are FEA optimized — meaning a 10 percent weight reduction at 20 percent stress reduction — and their overall structural parameters are maximized to meet the toughest requirements and increase longevity. To further improve durability, Kinshofer manufactures its tines and wear plates with wear-resistant 400 HB steel and its weldon tips with high-resistant 500 HB steel. The tine heads and main bearing are widely spaced to reduce the face pressure in the bushings, as well as absorb distortion if the grab is overloaded. The induction-hardened pins are seated in steel bushings and the

lateral thrust discs provide a solid support for the tines and also reduce wear during operation. The P-Series standard package includes the grab, rotator or integrated slewing ring rotation, head plate and non-return valve. A hose guard is available as well as a bolt-on bottom plate with a welded lifting eye to hang a magnet. A heavy-duty, rigidmount model with three tines and a larger surface bearing is also available to handle bulky scrap material. The attachments are available for excavators with a carrier weight ranging from 16 to 88 tons. Kinshofer offers a twoyear warranty on its P-Series orange peel grabs. For more information, call 800/268-9525 or visit www.kinshofer.com. (This story also can be found on Construction Equipment Guide’s website at www.constructionequipmentguide.com.)


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Cat Unveils World’s First High Drive Electric Drive Dozer CAT from page 12

Next Generation 330, 330 GC and 336, 336 GC Excavators The Cat 330 and 330 GC excavators offer increased fuel efficiency and lower maintenance costs — each up to 20 percent —while the 336 and 336 GC deliver up to 45 percent operator efficiency gains using Cat Connect Technologies and up to 15 percent fuel efficiency gains and lower maintenance costs. Operating efficiency is increased by up to 45 percent on the Cat 330. The 336 next generation excavator has a newly redesigned cab, better visibility and optional 360-degree camera; the 336 GC has a lower operating weight and several front linkage configurations.

excavator lineup allows customers expanded choices for matching machine capabilities and machine features to the applications: 301.5 (1.5-ton class, standard tail swing, with canopy); 301.7 CR (1.7-ton class, compact radius, with canopy); 301.8 (1.8-ton class, standard tail swing, with either

canopy or cab); 302 CR (2.0-ton class, compact radius, with either canopy or cab). Minimum operating weights (approximate) for the new models range from 3,500 to 4,500 lbs., with weights increasing to 3,900 to 4,900 lbs., depending on specific machine configuration. Features include tilt-up cabs, stick steer, cruise control and standard airconditioning. An additional six models have been released in the 7- to 10-ton category: the 307.5, a standard tail swing model with a fixed boom; 308 CR, a compact radius model with a swing boom; 308 CR VAB, featuring a variable angle (two-piece) swing boom; 309 CR, a new model in the mini range featuring a compact radius, swing boom, and high flow auxiliary hydraulics; 309 CR VAB, which expands the 309 CR’s capability with a variable angle boom; and 310, also new to the range, featuring a fixed boom, standard tail swing, and twin blade cylinders for handling heavy duty dozing chores. The new models range in maximum operating weight from 18,152 to 22,447 lbs.

990K Aggregates Handler Large Wheel Loader The 22-ton payload 990K aggregate handler features a 25 percent increase in rated payload as compared to the standard 990K and is available in both standard and high lift configurations. Customers can now load 440, 450 Backhoes truck and railcars faster and move more The new addition to the Cat backhoe material in load-and-carry and stockpile loader model line-up, the 440 boasts a 25 management tasks. The 990K aggregate New Next Generation mini-excavators, such as the 309 CR, put on a great show percent backhoe lifting improvement over during the product demo in the morning. handler is available in standard lift configuthe 430F2 and redesigned single tilt loader ration with 13.5-ft. dump clearance and in arms providing parallel lift and versatility in high lift configuration with 15-ft. dump a multitude of applications. The new 450 clearance. offers 15 percent higher backhoe lifting capacity than the 450F and introduces an all 730, 730 EJ, 735 and 740 GC new cab for increased operator comfort. Lift Artic Trucks and tilt breakout forces also have significantThree new Cat articulated trucks — 730, ly increased on both the 440 and 450 to 730 EJ (Ejector) and 735 — have been improve machine productivity and a more extensively redesigned, enhancing the feabalanced weight design and longer backhoe tures and performance of their C-Series stabilizer legs improve operating stability. predecessors (730C2, 730C2 EJ, and 735C) with new operator stations — including new 903D, 918M Compact controls, transmission-protection features, Wheel Loaders new hoist-assist system, advanced traction The new Cat 903D compact wheel loader, control system, new stability-assist system, compared with its 903C2 predecessor, feaand a fuel saving ECO operating mode. In tures a 25 percent increase in both lifting addition, the design of the 730 and 730 EJ is capacity and travel speed. The new 903D has enhanced with automatic retarder control Among the exciting unveils at the Cat press conference was the D6 XE, the world’s buckets ranging in capacity from 0.8 to 1.3 and a hill-start feature. The 735 retains these first high drive electric dozer. cu. yd. and features a standard auxiliary features from its C-Series (third-function) hydraulic predecessor and further system that delivers a flow incorporates significant of up to 14 gpm at pressures design refinements. to 3,481 psi, producing The Cat 740 GC articulatample hydraulic horsepower ed dump truck (ADT) reto operate any number of introduces the 40-ton size hydraulic work tools. class to the Cat ADT range The 918M compact wheel and is designed to incorpoloader has four new options, rate the features and perincluding a newly designed formance of models currentloader arm assembly can ly in the ADT lineup. provide up to 10 percent more lift height and reach Next Generation compared with the standard Mini- and MicroOn its Next Generation mini-excavators, Caterpillar placed a strong emphasis on ease-of-service, in part by loader linkage equipped with Excavators Cat’s mini-hydraulic color-coding the hydraulic hoses that run through the boom so that technicians can easily identify which one see CAT page 52 they are working on.


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Kenworth Leads Way for One of Washington’s Heaviest Hauls Hillsboro, Ore.–based Omega Morgan specializes in heavy rigging and transportation, among other services. The company recently hauled one of the heaviest combination loads in Washington state history, weighing in at nearly one million pounds. Washington state issues between 600 to 700 “superload” permits a year — meaning the combined weight of a tractor and trailer exceeds 200,000 lbs. Omega Morgan transported a 460,000-lb. transformer, combined with a massive 360-ft. trailer with 48 axles weighing 484,000 lbs., which “We also had to go over three bridges, so we had to use could be labeled as a new perhydraulic dollies to help spread the load,” said Troy mit category. The 47-mi. haul Tallent, vice president of operations at Omega Morgan. through Washington’s Klickitat “On top of that, we had to make a few larger than 90 County started in Sundale, degree turns. For that, we slowed to walking speed and Wash., in late September, and had our two tillers, who steered the trailer, work with our Kenworth drivers, so the trailers could turn in tanended at the Bonneville Power dem with the trucks.” Administration (BPA) Rock Creek substation two days later. To accomplish the move, Omega Morgan used three heavy-haul Kenworth trucks. A Kenworth C500 was the lead (pull) truck, while two Omega Morgan used three heavyKenworth T800 heavy haulers haul Kenworth trucks. A Kenworth C500 was the lead (pull) truck, were the pushers. while two Kenworth T800 heavy “Kenworth makes the best haulers were the pushers. heavy-haul trucks, in my opinion,” said Troy Tallent, vice presi- 550-horsepower engine, an Allison dent of operations at Omega 4700 RDS seven-speed automatic Morgan. “They’re incredibly transmission, and a four-speed air strong, built to last, and engineered shift auxiliary transmission. The for extreme duty. There is no such truck also has Sisu planetary tri- To ensure Omega Morgan had enough traction to make it up the thing as calling in a tow truck if dem axles — rated at 105,000 lbs. grade, the company added a fourth heavy hauler, loaded with something fails. We do all of our with cross locks and a 7.01 ratio, concrete blocks that was tethered to the Kenworth C500. own service. It’s vital to have and a 22,000-lb. front axle with The BPA transformer project 20, and reduce the grade by the rail equipment that you are confident 24,000-lb. front slipper springs. in and will get the job done day-in- The C500 was built on a strong took months to plan, schedule and head [where the transformer was day-out. It’s why all our heavy haul foundation — a triple rail steel coordinate with state officials and lifted off the railcar and placed in frame providing a 200,000-lb. private groups to ensure a logisti- the trailer-cradle] from 16 percent trucks are Kenworths.” After Omega Morgan received a gross combination weight (GCW) cally friendly route, without dam- to 15 percent.” aging roads. To ensure Omega Morgan had contract to haul transformers with chassis rating. “For this transport, there were enough traction to make it up the “Rick Barry and the guys over at BPA, the company built its 360-ft. trailer and bought the Kenworth Papé Kenworth Northwest were, quite a few obstacles we had to grade, the company added a fourth C500, specifically for use with the and continue to be, a big help to plan for, not to mention two-lane heavy hauler, loaded with concrete trailer, from Papé Kenworth us,” said Tallent. “They got us set roads that had to be closed,” said blocks that was tethered to the Northwest – Lakewood. For its up with the specifications we need- Tallent. “For instance, we had to Kenworth C500. widen the gravel road from 16 ft. to “We had plenty of horsepower C500, Omega Morgan selected a ed to get any job done.”

with our three Kenworths, but needed added traction to pull all that weight up the 15 percent grade on gravel,” said Tallent. Two Kenworths were positioned in the back, connected through a 10-ft. A-frame to generate power, while the C500 and other heavy-hauler were connected through a steel cable to help pull and direct the trailer. Once on the road, it was back to the three Kenworths. The move had its share of challenges. “When going up steep grades, our drivers are zeroed in on their truck’s boost meters, talking backand-forth on how much throttle they needed to give,” said Tallent. “Going down hills, the drivers used their engines — along with the trailer brakes — to slow down.” Bridges and tight turns also came into play. “We also had to go over three bridges, so we had to use hydraulic dollies to help spread the load,” said Tallent. “On top of that, we had to make a few larger than 90 degree turns. For that, we slowed to walking speed and had our two tillers, who steered the trailer, work with our Kenworth drivers, so the trailers could turn in tandem with the trucks.” Perhaps the biggest whiteknuckle experience was navigating Hoctor road, a 20-ft. wide road that had to accommodate Omega’s 18ft. wide trailer for 14 mi. “With only a foot on either side, it was a little hair-raising, but we had great drivers that made it look easy. They were locked in,” said Tallent. “After that, we arrived at our delivery location at the Rock Creek substation and began unloading.” Once the mammoth move was completed, it was back to regular work for Tallent and his crew. “Driving is considered the easy see KENWORTH page 27


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involved in the whole operation. The majorpart of the job for our drivers,” he said. ity are mechanics as well.” Omega Morgan isn’t done with big “Omega Morgan’s drivers are a part of the crew. We deliver and then can offload our- moves, albeit not as heavy. Using the comselves. We’re turnkey. Our drivers are pany’s 360-ft. trailer, more than 30 transformer moves have been completed for BPA, with more to come. “This operation got a lot of attention because of its enormous size,” said Tallent. “What we do is about as heavy as heavy transporting gets. Kenworth trucks are built for these applications, which is why we only run Kenworth trucks in our heavy duty fleet. Nothing can deliver like a Kenworth.” For more information, “This operation got a lot of attention because of its visit www.kenworth.com. enormous size,” said Troy Tallent, vice president of operations at Omega Morgan. “What we do is about as heavy as heavy transporting gets. Kenworth trucks are built for these applications, which is why we only run Kenworth trucks in our heavy duty fleet. Nothing can deliver like a Kenworth.”

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Analytics Enhance Mack Trucks’ GuardDog Connect Mack Trucks is now delivering even more benefits to customers from its Mack GuardDog Connect telematics-based solution with help from analytics leader SAS. The partnership with SAS allows Mack to more effectively analyze the data flowing from GuardDog Connect that guides the uptime decision-making. “With SAS solutions, we’re able to see patterns in our data that we were not seeing previously, allowing us to even more efficiently and effectively maximize uptime for our customers,� said David Pardue, Mack vice president of connected vehicles and uptime solutions. SAS helps customers transform volumes of data into intelligence that lead to better decision making. With a proven track record of working with industry-leading companies, SAS is providing Mack cutting-edge tools to develop an advanced analytics approach to managing customer uptime. “SAS helped Mack build a scalable, flexible, enterprise-wide analytics system that enables the company to act upon signals from the telematics system in ways that exceed the expectations of Mack’s end customers: trucking companies,� said Bill Roberts, SAS director of IoT. “The system uses analytical techniques including visuali-

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in repair times that are four hours or less. Mack currently has 132 Certified Uptime Centers across North America. Unplanned downtime is one of the single largest costs heavy-duty trucking customers face, reaching upwards of $2,000 per day a truck is down. Mack GuardDog Connect helps reduce downtime by proactively monitoring fault codes that could potentially shut down a truck or lead to an unplanned visit to the dealer. When GuardDog Connect detects an issue, it notifies Mack OneCall agents at Mackâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s 24/7 Uptime Center even before a driver realizes there is a potential problem. The OneCall team quickly diagnoses the issue to determine the best course of action. If a repair is needed, proactive repair scheduling and parts confirmation is done, all while the truck remains on the road. Mack GuardDog Connect is standard on all Mack Anthem, Pinnacle, Granite, LR and TerraPro models. Mack currently has more than 70,000 connected vehicles on the road today. For more information, visit www.macktrucks.com.

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Buyers Offers Stock of Straight Side Backpack Truck Boxes Buyers Products, a manufacturer of work truck equipment, introduces straight side backpack truck boxes. The boxes feature two fulllength doors, one on each side, with dual latches, fixed interior shelves and built-in mounting rails. â&#x20AC;&#x153;The design is great for cab-over trucks,â&#x20AC;? said Scott Moorman, director of engineering at Buyers Products. â&#x20AC;&#x153;It allows plenty of clearance for frame-mounted battery boxes and tanks.â&#x20AC;? The boxes boast plenty of The straight side backpack truck boxes feature two room for upright tool stor- full-length doors, one on each side, with dual latches, age. The quality is demon- fixed interior shelves and built-in mounting rails. strated in standard features like full-length, continuous stainless steel ready to ship. For more information, visit www.buyerdoor hinges and dual stainless-steel T-handle sproducts.com. latches. (This story also can be found on Construction The new boxes are available with a black or white powder-coated finish, or primed for Equipment Guideâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s website at www.construcpainting. Boxes are always in stock and tionequipmentguide.com.)


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APCO Equipment 3432 North 5th Street North Las Vegas, NV 89032 702-871-7474 www.apcoequipment.com

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

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NDOT Widens Six Miles of U.S. Hwy. 95 in Las Vegas to Improve Mobility NDOT from page 1

senior project manager, “Traffic through the area is expected to more than double over the next two decades. Freeway capacity, configurations and a lack of carpool lanes are currently causing travel delays at interchange on and off-ramps. We are improving

“This project is the result of intennomic development.” sive partnering efforts with the city of Funding availability, safety conLas Vegas and Clark County Regional cerns, increased congestion and future Flood Control District, whose involveplanned development make now the ment and contributions led to the addiright time to perform the work, which tion of 11,200 feet of concrete box is taking place between Ann and Kyle storm drainage and 400 feet of open Canyon roads. The city saw a channel between the 73 percent residential growth ‘Centennial Bowl’ interover the last decade, bringing change and Grand Teton its current population to about Drive. The partnership 465,000. According to the also helped produce carU.S. Census Bureau, the city’s pool drop ramps at percentage increase was fifth Elkhorn Drive and a new highest in the nation among Kyle Canyon Road intercities with more than 100,000 change, whose architecpeople. tural design element Illia said landscaping also reflect the socio-cultural will play an important role history of the nearby during construction. Spring Mountains “State highways should National Recreation Area Nevada Department of Transportation photo with ice age-era fossils, reflect the land and people. Materials being used during construction include indigenous plant life and Landscaping serves a functional role, too, beyond aes- 36,000 cu. yds. of concrete; 100,000 tons of aggregate native animals. Native 100,000 tons of asphalt paving; 37,000 tons of dec- plants dislocated by conthetics. Decorative rock, for base; orative rock; 6.7 million lbs. of reinforcing steel; 10,000 example, keeps fugitive dust lineal ft. of reinforced concrete pipe; and 25,000 cu. yds. struction are being saved from becoming airborne, of MSE wall backfill. and replanted upon comwhich could compromise air pletion.” quality and run afowl of federal stan- capacity by adding another travel lane Abid Sulahria, NDOT project engidards. It additionally helps prevent soil in each direction for reduced travel neer, also noted that the project has not erosion,” he said. “We use native time. Meanwhile, the addition of a new experienced any significant setbacks, shrubs and trees such as cacti, yucca Kyle Canyon Road interchange will to date. and other drought-tolerant indigenous greatly enhance efficiency and safety “It is on budget, with strong commuplants found within Nevada’s natural by eliminating dangerous left-handed nity support. Construction remains on topography.” turns across two lanes of high-speed track to finish by mid-2019.” According to Jenica Keller, NDOT traffic. see NDOT page 38

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The project calls for about 700,000 cu. yds. of dirt, which is enough to fill 210 Olympic-sized swimming pools.


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PacWest Machinery Set for Expansion in Pasco, Wash.

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PacWest Machinery has announced the purchase of land in Pasco, Wash., for the construction of a new dealership. Beginning in September 2019, PacWest Machinery customers in central Washington and north central Oregon will be supported from the new dealership facility on North Oregon Avenue in Pasco. PacWest Machinery is the dealer in the Pacific Northwest for Volvo Construction Equipment and other leading brands of machinery. The new building will sit on nearly five acres and include a service department designed to inspect and repair a full range of equipment. There will be an onsite parts warehouse, diagnostic equipment and other modern service capabilities. The facility will enable the company to stock more equipment in the region and support its growing customer base. This new location will have easy freeway access making it efficient for customers to do business with PacWest Machinery. “PacWest is excited to make this additional investment to meet the needs of our customers,” said Jolene Logue, president of PacWest Machinery. “We’ve seen continued growth in the construction and related industries in central Washington and Oregon, and we’ll now be able to more efficiently support our customers,” said Scott Upton, branch manager of PacWest Machinery’s Spokane-based operation. “With the new branch, our PacWest team will deliver even higher levels of service and machine uptime to a broad range of customers in the region.” PacWest Machinery has responsibility for the sales, rental and aftermarket support in the Pacific Northwest for the full line of Volvo’s general production, road machinery and compact equipment. In addition, the company supplies equipment from other

“We are excited to see PacWest Machinery invest in the infrastructure necessary to deliver exceptional customer support.” Jolene Logue PacWest Machinery

quality manufacturers including Metso Minerals, Roadtec, Tymco, GOMACO, Etnyre, Broce, Gensis, FRD Furukawa and more. PacWest Machinery currently provides equipment and aftermarket services from four facilities located in and near Seattle and Spokane, Wash., and Portland and Eugene, Ore., plus additional support from an extensive mobile service fleet. PacWest Machinery is owned by the Joshua Green Corporation and company management. “We are excited to see PacWest Machinery invest in the infrastructure necessary to deliver exceptional customer support,” said Steven Roy, president, Volvo CE Region Americas. “As Volvo grows its business in North America, investments like this are critical to providing customers with unique solutions and ensuring that they enjoy the highest uptimes in the industry from their machines. We’re confident that with this new facility, PacWest will deliver the premium experience customers expect.” (This story also can be found on Construction Equipment Guide’s website at www.constructionequipmentguide.com.)


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Snow and Ice Section For more information on snow-clearing equipment and spreaders, visit CEG's Web site at www.constructionequipmentguide.com.

Fisher Offers Blade Options on XLS Expandable Wing Plows Fisher Engineering, manufacturer of FISHER snow removal and ice control equipment, has announced several significant updates to the XLS expandable wing line of plows at the 2018 NTEA Work Truck Show, including new blade options and sizes. The XLS plows carry more snow than ever with their new flared wings, which are expandable to help the operator maneuver confidently in areas like parking lots and alleys. The XLS snowplows also are now two inches taller, standing at 31 in. tall, with the flared wings rising up to 36 in. Fisher Engineering has also announced a new width of the XLS plow, now offering an 8 ft. 6 in. version of the plow, in addition to the updated 8 ft. plow. This new, wider plow extends out to a full length of 11 ft., making it versatile enough to handle large snowremoval tasks and fitting up to Class 6 “Plow operators need to be ready to handle a wide range of situations, and that’s we’re giving them even more options on our most versatile plow,” said Tyler trucks. That versatility is all in the hands of why Jones, product manager of FISHER. the operator, with easy touch-button or joystick controls that independently change the operators extra options when deciding which most versatile plow,” said Tyler Jones, prodposition of each wing. The operator can plow would work best with their fleet. The uct manager of FISHER. “It’s wider and switch the plow from scoop to windrow to plows also are available in their signature taller but still agile, so it can clear more snow straight blade right from the driver’s seat. yellow powder-coated steel. and do it better than ever before. A lot of fans Finally, the new FISHER XLS plows are “Plow operators need to be ready to han- have also been asking for a new stainlessnow available in corrosion-resistant stainless dle a wide range of situations, and that’s why steel XLS, and we’re excited to grant their steel. This enhanced finish gives snowplow we’re giving them even more options on our wish.”

Unique to FISHER, the XLS plows sport an industry-leading trip edge design to protect the equipment and operation in the event of an unseen obstacle. Only the bottom edge of the plow trips, so the blade stays upright and snow stays in front of the plow. For added strength, the new XLS plows are reinforced by 10 vertical ribs, a heavyduty torque tube and a structurally reinforced slide box. Information on the all-new XLS expandable wing plows will be available on the FISHER website in May 2018. About Fisher Engineering Fisher Engineering is proud to be a part of Douglas Dynamics, North America’s premier manufacturer of vehicle attachments and equipment and home to the most trusted brands in the industry. For more than 70 years, the Company has been innovating products that not only enable people to perform their jobs more efficiently and effectively, but also enable businesses to increase profitability. For additional information on FISHER products, visit our website or find your nearest FISHER products dealer. (This story also can be found on Construction Equipment Guide’s website at www.constructionequipmentguide.com.)

Loftness’ Heavy-Duty Snow Blower Line Fits Many Skid Steer, Tractor Models

A total of 11 rear-mount, PTO-driven tractor models also are offered with one-, two- or three-auger configurations.

Loftness’ line of snow blowers accommodates many makes and models of skid steers and tractors. Each unit is built with heavy-duty construction for maximum reliability and high performance. Skid steer snow blowers are offered for a wide variety of flow rates, starting as low as 15 gpm. Seven models are available in 72- to 84-in. (183 to 213 cm) widths. They come with a universal coupler, a single motor design and an electric spout rotator. A total of 11 rear-mount, PTO-driven tractor models also are offered with one-, two- or three-auger configurations. Available in 60- to 108-in. (152 to 274 cm) widths, they accommodate tractors with 540- or 1,000rpm PTO drives and 16- to 200-PTO horsepower. The

units feature two-stage designs for highly efficient operation. All components feature heavy-duty construction, including the auger, impeller, spout, gearbox and chain drive. Other standard features include adjustable skid shoes, reinforced body braces and shear bolt protection. Loftness manufactures the SnowLogix line of snow blower attachments, the VMLogix line of vegetation management equipment, the GrainLogix line of grain-bagging equipment and the CropLogix line of crop shredders. For more information, call 800/828-7624 or visit www.loftness.com. (This story also can be found on Construction Equipment Guide’s website at www.constructionequipmentguide.com.)


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NDOT Expands Highway to Six Lanes

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The crew’s biggest concern involves constructing two interchange bridges, one northbound, the other southbound. Darren Keser, project manager of general contractor Las Vegas Paving Corp., said workers are building one structure at a time, due to the project’s contractual time frames. “The challenges lie with having a crossover-type detour during construction, which keeps traffic near the work zone, as opposed to being re-routed far away. As such, constant worker awareness and safety diligence are required.” Construction began in early 2018. Completed work consists of temporary detour crossovers, tortoise fencing, site work, placement of some reinforced concrete box culvert, partial pipe installation and some electrical work. In addition, the southbound bridge at Kyle Canyon Road and U.S. Highway 95 is almost built. Keser said expanding the highway from four to six lanes and building carpool access ramps involves traffic control, excavation, storm drain, electrical, aggregate base, paving, striping and signs. Work on the diverging diamond interchange is being done without much traffic, making work much easier. “We still need to complete the Elkhorn Road carpool drop ramp,

including mechanically stabilized earth walls, plus we have to finish the northbound bridge at the Kyle Canyon Road interchange, along with landscaping.” The condition of the property before work began was natural with brush. “We first had to install desert tortoise fencing prior to any work occurring, while having employees undertake desert tortoise training,” said Keser. “The desert tortoise is a threatened species, protected under the U.S. Endangered Species Act and Nevada Administrative Code 503.080. We also salvaged hundreds of native cacti and yuccas that will be replanted once construction is complete.” The project calls for about 700,000 cu. yds. of dirt, which is enough to fill 210 Olympic-sized swimming pools. The main equipment fleet consists of scrapers, bulldozers, wheel loaders, water trucks, water-pulls, blades, soil compactors and on-highway Class 8 trucks for grading operations. Trenchers, excavators, cranes and forklifts are being used for installing reinforced concrete box culvert. Materials being used during construction include 36,000 cu. yds. of concrete; 100,000 tons of aggregate base; 100,000 tons of asphalt paving; 37,000 tons of decorative rock; 6.7 million lbs. of reinforcing steel; 10,000 lineal ft. of reinforced concrete pipe; and

25,000 cu. yds. of MSE wall backfill. Keser said the elements have not been a factor, so far. “Although there have been a few windy days, weather has not been much of an issue.” As work progresses, crews will place decorative rock using wheel loaders, as well as truck-mounted conveyor belts for hard-to-reach areas. “The Intelligent Transportation Systems are being installed by a subcontractor. Their success, however, hinges around us first completing the site grading. Barrier rail placement, meanwhile, is done with a special barrier rail machine, with hand ties where necessary.” Workers also will place 11,200 ft. of concrete box storm drainage and 400 ft. of open channel in one section of the project. “Storm drainage placement is demanding, due to the culvert box size and location alongside U.S. Highway 95,” said Keser. “Construction entails deep trench excavations and working around existing utilities, while performing under tight project schedule deadlines. You name it, and we have it on this task.” (This story also can be found on Construction Equipment Guide’s website at www.constructionequipmentguide.com.) CEG

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Komatsu Equipment Co. www.komatsueq.com NV Elko 775-753-7557 North Las Vegas 702-399-1004 Sparks/Reno 775-356-1334 UT St. George 435-986-1000 Pleasant Valley 435-216-7777 Salt Lake City 801-972-3660 • 1-877-Komatsu South Jordan 801-972-3660 WY Casper 307-682-1445 Gillette 307-682-1445 Rock Springs 307-686-1300

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Texas Grand Parkway Project Will Reduce Congestion PARKWAY from page 1

On March 28, 2017 the Texas Transportation Commission determined the project proposal, submitted by Grand Parkway Investors, provides the best value to the department. The project, divided into segments, will increase vehicle capacity in the area by providing a new tolled access highway. Grand Parkway Infrastructure (GPI) is design-builder of the new toll highway under a capital maintenance agreement. Under the agreement, GPI will be responsible for maintaining portions of the project. The Houston and Beaumont districts will maintain portions of I-2 and I-2B and provide routine maintenance. Grand Parkway Infrastructure equity members are Ferrovial Agroman U.S. Corp. of Austin, DBW Construction of Houston and Granite Construction Co. of Lancaster, Calif. Constructing new tolled Lanes and upgrading the tolling infrastructure on SH 99 from 1-10 to FM 1405 is expected to be completed within the next six years. Right-of-way acquisition is expected to last up to 24 months, involving approximately 375 parcels of land. Utility relocations, which represent 10 percent of the project cost and include major oil and gas pipelines, will present some challenges. On March 29, 2017 the TTC created the Grand Parkway Transportation Corp. The corporation sold bonds to develop the Grand Parkway Project segments H and I-1, I-2. Better Connectivity The Grand Parkway, as concept, was first proposed in 1961 by Harris County and the Houston Planning Commission following traffic studies that identified regional transportation deficiencies. The improvements produce benefits locally and regionally by improving connectivity within the existing transportation network by providing a circumferential link between U.S. 59, I-69 north, I-10 east and SH 146. The project also will help to reduce congestion on other area roadways, provide more travel

options for travelers, provide an alternate evacuation route to help relieve congestion during emergency evacuations, accommodate the forecasted population growth and provide a facility that would improve the movement of people and goods to businesses, jobs and residential areas.

Grand Parkway Infrastructure LLC photo

Grand Parkway Transportation Corporation Grand Parkway Transportation Corp. is organized to aid, assist and act on the behalf of the Texas Transportation Commission in the promotion and development of public transportation facilities and systems of Texas Department of Transportation by developing, financing, refinancing, designing, constructing, expanding and operating or maintaining some or all segments of the Grand Parkway. Work is under way on an $894 million design-build Grand Parkway Project segments H, I-1 and I-2 on SH 99 from U.S. 59 to I-10 northeast of Houston.

Although the bulk of the project will consist of a two-lane toll road, I-2A and I-2B will be wider, it will be four-lane toll highways. “There will be a total of 90 main lane bridges in the project,” said Janice Hayes public relations manager of Grand Parkway Infrastructure LLC. The project is still in its very early stages. “Currently land areas in both segments H and I-2B are still being cleared and grubbed in preparation of the corridor,” Hayes said. She added that once actual road construction begins, work will fully begin in segments H in New Caney, Texas, and I-2B in Baytown, Texas.

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Although the bulk of the project will consist of a two-lane toll road, I-2A and I-2B will be wider, it will be four-lane toll highways.

Built on Greenfield Property Segments H, I-1 and the upcoming I-2 project will be built on greenfield property outside populated residential and commercial areas. “We are currently in the preconstruction phase, so impact to communities is very limited,” Hayes said. Greenfield land is undeveloped land in a city or rural area either used for agriculture, landscape

design or left to evolve naturally. Positive Impacts The corridor will reduce congestion on other area roadways; provide more travel options for travelers; provide an alternate evacuation route to help relieve congestion during emergency evacuations; and help adjust for growth in the Houston area. It will provide a facility that improves the movement of people to jobs and businesses. That is expected to boost business growth in the area. Removing Dirt, Concrete, Asphalt The project requires the removal of dirt, concrete and asphalt. Dirt is being brought in and removed for the project. Some concrete and asphalt also are being removed and some of the removed materials will be recycled. The project team will move more than 10 million cu. yds. of earth. Despite the extensive preparation, the project is currently on schedule. (This story also can be found on Construction Equipment Guide’s website at www.constructionequipmentguide.com.) CEG


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

Parts Support Helps Transload Station Meet Uptime Goals When an engine fire destroyed a log handler at Cameron River Logistics (CRL), Andrew Moore and his team decided it was a chance to rethink their original purchase decision. “It had about 10,000 hours on it and it was able to load wood at the pace we wanted,” Moore said. “However, we had issues with parts availability. Wire harnesses were taking four to five months to deliver; a steering knuckle failed in January and we were told it would be April before they’d have one to ship from the factory.” Parts availability became a key factor in the decision to replace the damaged machine with a new Sennebogen 830 M-T. “With Sennebogen, you’re not reinventing the wheel,” Moore said. “It’s got a Cummins engine, Bosch-Rexroth hydraulics; all industry-standard components easily sourced nearby or available at the local Sennebogen dealer.” To simplify support for its global customers, Sennebogen engineers have always worked to keep the equipment simple and minimize their use of proprietary OEM components. In North America, the 100,000 sq. ft. Sennebogen LLC warehouse near Charlotte, N.C., maintains a complete inventory of replacement parts for every make and model currently in service. Cameron River’s local Sennebogen distributor, Great West Equipment, also inventories a large supply of common service parts, as well as providing factory-trained service technicians.

The hi-rise cab gives the operator a perfect view of the job at hand. With the reach capability, it also means very little moving is required.

Throughput Depends on Uptime According to Moore, uptime is critical to the CRL operation. Located in northern British Columbia, CRL is a transload station moving 16-ft. CTL logs from truck to rail for the Dunkley Lumber mill, 5 hours to the south. CRL is one of several stations that collect and ship logs to feed the big mill. “We’re doing close to 200,000 cubic meters of spruce pine logs a year,” said Moore. “That’s about 2,500 rail cars. We also unload about 40 trucks per day from the forests of Fort St. John and Dawson Creek.” Purpose-Built Chassis Powers Through Spring Yard Conditions Moore reports that parts availability already had the yard leaning toward Sennebogen, but the ready availability of a When you have literally tens of thousands of logs to purpose-built 830 M-T trailer puller clinched the decision. move and processes are counting on you downstream, The 830 M-T is a 91,000 lb., 225 hp (41,400 kg, 168 kW) Cameron River Logistics chose Sennebogen to get the machine built specifically for log-handling and trailer pulling applications. It features a hydraulically elevating cab and a job done.

unique undercarriage designed by Sennebogen to handle the stresses of pulling heavy log trailers through difficult yard conditions. The 830’s dual transmissions, providing 4-wheel traction, were especially appealing to CRL. “We have a really small yard here and haven’t had to pull the trailer yet,” Moore said. Most of Moore’s yard is packed clay with a gravel top. But Moore expects that, with the new machine, operations will be able to access undeveloped areas that, previously, they were unable to reach. Frost will soon be coming out of the ground and the soft areas will become apparent. Operators have said that the Sennebogen has already pulled through spots where, in the past, the old machine would have been stuck. Again, the 830 M-T has improved CRL’s ability to keep on moving, and to keep moving wood. For more information, visit www.sennebogen-na.com.

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


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Sandvik’s DT912D Delivers Drilling Power, Intelligent Efficiency Packages

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Efficient 141 cfm (4 cu m) onboard compressor and an extra-large 265 gal. (1,000 L) water tank for air-mist flushing allow Sandvik DT912D to operate independently from the tunnel or mine infrastructure and guarantee longer drilling period from one set up.

Sandvik DT912D — a self-contained, air-mist flushing, diesel-hydraulic high reach single boom jumbo — offers high quality drilling in its most advanced form. Designed for fast and accurate drifting and production drilling of 130 to 1345 sq.-ft. (12 to 125 sq m) cross sections, the 24-ton (21.7 t) jumbo combines the novel technology, creativity and expertise from Sandvik with the vast experience gained over the decades in the business. Greater Drilling Power Featuring a 33.5 hp (25 kW) high frequency RD525 rock drill for superior drilling performance with high lifetime, as well as a more powerful engine, the Cummins Tier IV Final with 275 hp (205 kW), the machine can bring a true boost to productivity with low fuel consumption. As a standard, the jumbo has an electric controlled drilling system with added automatic functions, including one-hole automatics and is equipped with a SB150 universal boom for large, optimally shaped coverage and full automatic parallelism. In addition to face drilling, the versatile boom also can be used for crosscutting, bolt-hole drilling and extension drilling. Completely Self-Contained for Flexibility and Speed of Use Efficient 141 cfm (4 cu m) onboard compressor and an extra-large 265 gal. (1,000 L) water tank for air-mist flushing allow Sandvik DT912D to operate independently from the tunnel or mine infrastructure and guarantee longer drilling period from one set up. This enhances the efficiency of the total cycle time and gives extra flexibility of use. Sandvik DT912D offers rapid, safe and balanced tramming due to its powerful, 4-wheel-drive center articulated

carrier. Also the ITA tunneling awards shortlisted, FOPS/ROPS complied cabin is ergonomically designed and well insulated to minimize noise and vibration; the noise level remaining under 73dB (A) at all times. As an option the cabin also is available with a cabin lifting system allowing even better visibility to tramming and drilling. This all makes the new jumbo an enjoyable workplace for the operator. Furthermore, the Sandvik intelligent control system architecture (SICA) with comprehensive built-in diagnostics and user-friendly controls ensures ease of use and maintenance, according to the manufacturer. Intelligent Drilling To ensure the best performance, Sandvik DT912D offers different instrumentation levels to choose from optimizing its performance in accordance with specific needs. These include the silver package for drilling angles and depth monitoring, while the gold package offers semi-automatic drilling according to drill plan. The platinum package — the most comprehensive one — has the advantage of automatic boom movements and drilling cycle. The gold and platinum packages are integrated with the Sandvik iSURE tunnel management tool for accurate drilling, charging and blasting plans. In addition, the iSURE provides useful data collection and analysis reports for improving the work cycle and process and also can be complemented with the new geoSURE rock mass analysis and visualization system. For more information, visit www.Sandvik.com. (This story also can be found on Construction Equipment Guide’s website at www.constructionequipmentguide.com.)

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ented global sales team to grow our brand and distribution partners worldwide, provide our customers with premium product knowledge, safe equipment, and over the top service,” said Gray. “We see tremendous opportunities globally by leveraging the innovations within our TSeries cone crushers, Iron Giant and Hydra-Jaw crushers and our VibroKing TL inclined screens,” said Gray. “The people of Telsmith that go the extra mile for our customers coupled with our core products that are the basis of our rich history, will pave our path to a prosperous future.” For more information about Telsmith, call 262/242-6600 or visit www.telsmith.com. (This story also can be found on Construction Equipment Guide’s website at www.constructionequipmentguide.com.)


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New App, Remote Services Technology Among Cat Unveils

Caterpillar featured panel discussions during the twoday press conference where contractors, who were instrumental in the design of the new products and had test operated them, spoke about their positive impressions. Here, David Zavoral (R) of R.J. Zavoral & Sons, East Grand Forks, Minn., talked about the new D6 XE electric drive dozer. Sam Meeker (L), Caterpillar, and Marlo Davis, Ziegler Cat, listen as Zavoral addresses media members. CAT from page 22

a similar work tool interface. Buyers also now have the choice of three couplers with the addition of the Caterpillar designed Fusion Coupler System to the 918M’s option list. CUV85, CUV105 D UTVs Caterpillar’s utility vehicle line has been expanded to include the gasoline-powered Cat CUV85 and diesel-powered CUV105 D. Both feature a second row of seating to accommodate a total of five people, and both feature a rugged steel cargo bed and offer 1,000-lb. total rear cargo capacity and 2,000-lb. towing capacity. The CUV85 is powered by a 0.8L three-cylinder gasoline engine delivering 50 hp, while a 1.0 L three-cylinder diesel engine delivers 25 hp to the CUV105 D. C13B Engine The new C13B engine offers high power density, reaching 34-kW/L (46-hp/L), that allows engine downsizing without sacrificing performance or reliability. It delivers 15-liter power at 32 percent less system weight and offers peak power across a wide speed range enabling OEMs to optimize machine performance based on their application needs, plus it features high torque rise for excellent load acceptance. The C13B will be available with engine-mounted aftertreatment and installed radiators from the factory, offering plug and play solutions that minimize machine design, validation and installation costs. GRADE With 3D for Small Dozers The new Cat GRADE with 3D system for D3K2, D4K2 and D5K2 track-type tractors is an automated grade control system using GNSS (Global Navigation Satellite System) technology to precisely position the machine's blade, without operator input, from first rough cut to finish grade. When in its GNSS mode, GRADE with 3D can provide one-tenth foot-level accuracy by employing real time kinematic positioning technology, which integrates multiple satellite signals with information from an onsite, base-station receiver or other corrections device. GRADE with 3D, when activated, automatically controls the movement of the machine's blade,

(L-R): Jason Becker, Caterpillar; Mike Giddens, F&H Contractors, Crystal River, Fla.; Bill Hartt, Ring Power; Ray Simpson and Carter Schlumberger, both of Savage Excavation, Carbondale, Colo.; Morris Ledbetter Jr., Ledbetter Excavating, Franklin County, Va.; Paul Shively, Paul R. Shively Inc., Franklin County, Va.; and Mark Carlton, Carter Machinery, all discuss the new Caterpillar mini- and micro- excavators.

health and utilization data. Designed for machine owners worldwide, Cat App users can choose from 35 different languages. It is available on both iOS and Android operating systems and can be downloaded from Apple iTunes or Google Play store. New to Cat’s Connect technology suite is Remote Troubleshoot and Remote Flash. Remote Troubleshoot analyzes real-time asset data, so the dealer can run diagnostics testing on the connected product and pinpoint potential issues. Remote Flash conveniently ensures Cat (L-R): Brian Stellbrink, Caterpillar, listens as Chuck Laney, CEO, equipment operates with the most current verand Luke Laney, vice president of operations, both of C. Laney sion of on-board software, so the products delivand Sons, Sevierville, Tenn., speak highly about the Cat Next er high performance, maximum efficiency and Generation excavators. Greg Simpson, Stowers Cat, and Matt minimum downtime. Currently Cat Remote Peterson, Caterpillar, also listen in. Troubleshoot is available on Next Gen excavators, and Cat Remote Flash is available on Next both lift and tilt, to conform to digital jobsite plans. The only Gen and 336F XE hydraulic excavators, M3 Series motorinput required of the operator is to steer the machine, reduc- graders, L and M Series medium wheel loaders from the ing overall manual input required by an estimated 80 per- 950M to the 972 XE models, and 10 models of Oil and Gas cent. engines. eRoutes eRoutes is a process monitoring solution that facilitates the smooth, steady delivery of material from the plant to the paver. It helps contractors understand the factors that contribute to efficient paving operation, react quickly to potential problems and optimize performance. The system tracks machine location and collects data about material from the plant to the paver, allowing users to visualize truck scheduling and production. eRoutes use GPS positioning to track and record data; machine-to-machine communication and data collection is achieved via wireless and/or cellular connections. Cat App and Remote Services The new Cat App is made for customers who spend their time in a truck, at the job site or on the go and need to track critical machine operating data from the field. The exact location of all equipment tracked by the app is displayed on the mobile device, along with the machine’s operating hours,

CatRentalStore.com and CatUsed.com New features are being released for Catrentalstore.com and Catused.com that will enhance customers’ ability to manage rental and used equipment activity and information. New for Catrentalstore.com is the portal feature for My Account online services, which will be available to customers via a web app accessed through the web browser and native app on the mobile device. The new capability is designed to significantly improve customer efficiency by allowing quicker access to account information, expanding what a customer can do online, and by improving customer ease of use, whether via desktop or phone. A complete refresh of the Caterpillar used equipment website, CatUsed.com, which has been serving customers globally for more than 17 years, further expands customers' direct access to Cat equipment from the Cat dealer network. (This story also can be found on Construction Equipment Guide’s website at www.constructionequipmentguide.com.) CEG


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WANTED (GA): JOHN DEERE 200 MODEL EXCAVATOR. COMMENTS: EXCAVATOR WITH A THUMB AND WORKING A.C. GOOD UC AND HYDRAULICS AND NOT PRICED OVER 30,000. EMAIL:WWW.BITMCRAE64@GMAIL.COM –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– WANTED (US): CATERPILLAR 972H WHEEL LOADER. COMMENTS: LOOKING FOR IT IN ANY CONDITION. EMAIL: MINA@HIEEQUIPMENT.COM PHONE: 775-234-8837 –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– WANTED (US): CATERPILLAR 140G MOTOR GRADER. COMMENTS: LOOKING FOR ANY CONDITION (WORKING OR NON-WORKING) WITH A DIGITAL MONITOR OR ANALOG. EMAIL: MINA@HIEEQUIPMENT.COM PHONE: 775-234-8837 –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– WANTED (WORLDWIDE): JOHN DEERE 850J CRAWLER DOZERS. COMMENTS: WE ARE LOOKING FOR A GOOD USED JOHN DEERE 850J WINCH. PLEASE FORWARD DETAILS, PHOTOS AND ASKING PRICE TO CHES TROWBRIDGE. THANK YOU. EMAIL: CHES@MARCELEQUIPMENT.COM PHONE: 519-686-1123 –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– WANTED (WORLDWIDE): CATERPILLAR ALL MODELS, EXCAVATOR. COMMENTS: WANTED TO BUY CATERPILLAR 6030 FRONT SHOVEL. EMAIL: TONYTHOMAS@ PACIFICCRANES.COM PHONE: 818-956-5231 –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– WANTED (US): ALLIS CHALMERS ALL MODELS CRAWLER DOZERS. COMMENTS: PARTS FOR 1945 CLETRAC BULLDOZER, MODEL FDE, ENGINE SIDE COVERS, BATTERY COVER, GENERATOR. EMAIL: ONLY1NAN@PTD.NET PHONE: 610-377-0372 –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– WANTED (ME): HITACHI EX135 EXCAVATORS. EMAIL: JAXONEARTHWORKS@GMAIL.COM PHONE: 207-420-6664 –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– WANTED (GA): CATERPILLAR 420E BACKHOE LOADERS. I’M LOOKING UP A BACKHOE CAT 420E, PLEASE CONTACT ME IF YOU HAVE THIS MODEL IN A GOOD PRICE. EMAIL: KARLASA2795@GMAIL.COM –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– WANTED (CA): KUBOTA U35-4 EXCAVATORS. EMAIL: RGARCIA@MVKUBOTA.COM –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– WANTED (USA): CATERPILLAR D8R CRAWLER DOZER. EROPS, WITH SINGLE SHANK RIPPER MAX 8000 HOURS. EMAIL: IRON@ZADOON.COM –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– WANTED (USA): VOLVO MODEL L90F WHEEL LOADER. MAX HOURS 7000 PREFERABLY WITH A QUICK COUPLER. EMAIL: IRON@ZADOON.COM ––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––

WANTED (WORLDWIDE): CATERPILLAR 320 CL EXCAVATORS. EMAIL: INFO@SAFARBROS.COM –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– WANTED (WORLDWIDE): KOMATSU D575A-2SD CRAWLER DOZERS. WE WANT TO BUY KOMATSU CRAWLER DOZER D575A-3,D575A-2, D475A-5EO, D375A-5EO. WE PREFER TO BUY FROM END USER. EMAIL: TONYTHOMAS@PACIFICCRANES.COM; PHONE: 818-956-5231 –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– WANTED (USA): CATERPILLAR D8T CRAWLER DOZERS. LOOKING FOR HIGHER HOUR UNIT, MUST HAVE RIPPER AND CAB. EMAIL: REBUILD@TUSCO.NET; PHONE: 330-987-3508 –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– WANTED (MI): JOHN DEERE 825I UTILITY VEHICLE. MACHINE NEEDS TO BE LOADED. EMAIL: JKOENIG49@YAHOO.COM –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– WANTED (PORTLAND, OR): MIKASA MTX-60 COMPACTION EQUIPMENT. EMAIL: JORDANWOODS861@YAHOO.COM –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– WANTED (PORTLAND, OR): KOMATSU PC08UU EXCAVATORS - I AM LOOKING DESPERATELY GOT A MANUAL FOR A PC28UU. EMAIL: MIBBS123@YAHOO.COM –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– WANTED (U.S.): KUBOTA KX161-3R1 EXCAVATORS - WE ARE LOOKING FOR A FULL DOOR UNIT FOR OUR MINI EXCAVATOR. IT’S A 2008 AND THE 121 MODEL WILL ALSO WORK. EMAIL: TFREALTY@DNET.NET PHONE: 828-837-8986 –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– WANTED (U.S.): VERMEER V450 TRENCHING EQUIPMENT. EMAIL: BRETTG28277@GMAIL.COM –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– WANTED: VOLVO WHEEL LOADERS LOOKING FOR WHOLESALE PRICING ON VOLVO LOADERS L50 THROUGH L350 SIZES, C, D, E, F, G AND H MODELS EMAIL: IRON@ZADOON.COM –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– WANTED: USED HITACHI EXCAVATOR EX400LC-1 EMAIL: ILYAS.MTCPK@GMAIL.COM PHONE: 923462653742 –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– WANTED: LOOKING FOR USED CATERPILLAR 950B WHEEL LOADERS EMAIL: ILYAS.MTCPK@GMAIL.COM PHONE: +923462653742 –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– WANTED: USED HITACHI EX400LC-1 EXCAVATOR EMAIL: ILYAS.MTCPK@GMAIL.COM PHONE: +923462653742 –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– WANTED: HEIN-WERNER C12HD EXCAVATORS IN U.S. - I'D LIKE A HOPTO 550 EXCAVATOR, SIMILAR TO THE HEINWERNER. THIS MACHINE WAS MADE BY WARREN SWASY.

EMAIL: DIRTHOG3@GMAIL.COM –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– WANTED: CATERPILLAR D10T CRAWLER DOZER IN U.S. - WANT TO BUY BULLDOZER D10N D10R D10T EMAIL: JEANMAURICEBOUTIN@ VIDEOTRON.CA PHONE: 1 450 346 8975 –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– WANTED: JOHN DEERE 644K WHEEL LOADERS IN U.S. - WE ARE LOOKING FOR A JOHN DEERE 644K GP BUCKET, PIN ON TYPE, 4.25 TO 4.5 CUBIC YARD CAPACITY. PLEASE FORWARD DETAILS, ASKING PRICE AND PHOTOS IF YOU HAVE ONE. THANK YOU IN ADVANCE. REGARDS, MARCEL EQUIPMENT LIMITED EMAIL: SALES@ MARCELEQUIPMENT.COM PHONE: 519-686-1123 –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– WANTED: CATERPILLAR 844H WHEEL DOZERS IN U.S. - WE ARE LOOKING FOR CAT 844H SEMI U OR STRAIGHT HEAVY-DUTY MINING BLADES - NONCOAL. PLEASE FORWARD DETAILS, PHOTOS AND ASKING PRICE. THANK YOU IN ADVANCE. EMAIL: SALES@MARCELEQUIPMENT.COM PHONE: 519-686-1123 –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– WANTED: GEHL MG690 MOTOR GRADERS MAULDIN M406XT OR PUCKETT 510 DWE, MAINTAINER WITH LOADER BUCKET AND RIPPERS. EMAIL: TABNEY@ CAPPAERTHOUSING.COM –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– WANTED: JOHN DEERE 180G EXCAVATORS EMAIL: JAMAC15@YAHOO.COM –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– WANTED: ALL MODELS SCHWING ASPHALT / CONCRETE / PAVING EQUIPMENT CONCRETE PUMPS, OLD OR NEW. ALL BRANDS AND SIZES. BOOMS, TRAILER PUMPS, CITY PUMPS, PARTS MACHINES, ETC. SELLING EXCESS EQUIPMENT? UPDATING? KNOW WHERE THERE ARE SOME MACHINES SITTING IN CONTRACTORS YARDS, REDI MIX COMPANIES, CONCRETE CONTRACTORS YARDS,ETC. WE PAY FINDERS FEES!!!! EMAIL: BBENEDETTO@COMCAST.NET PHONE: 781-245-2833 –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– WANTED: CATERPILLAR CRAWLER DOZERS/ ALL MODELS. IN CA. EMAIL: KENMCINTYRESAYA@YAHOO.COM; PHONE: 925-783-2847 –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– WANTED: ALL MODELS HYDRA-MAC SKID STEER LOADERS LOOKING FOR USED OR REBUILT LONG BLOCK OR CYLINDER HEAD FOR ISUZU 3AB1. EMAIL: CCANDC@MNCABLE.NET –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– WANTED: CATERPILLAR D10 CRAWLER DOZERS. WANT TO BUY

BULLDOZERS «12MONTHS« D8T, D9T, D10T KOMATSU 275, 375, 475 ALL UNITS MUST HAVE ENCLOSED CAB WITH RIPPER, 2015 AND UP, UNDER 5000 HOURS. UNADVERTISED. EMAIL: JEANMAURICEBOUTIN@ VIDEOTRON.CA PHONE: 1-450-346-8975 –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– WANTED: (IN USA) LIEBHERR CRAWLER LOADERS/ALL MODELS. LOOKING FOR A LIEBHERR CRAWLER LOADER UNDER 35K. EMAIL: AUCTIONFIEND2017@GMAIL.COM PHONE: 573-453-5730 –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– WANTED: AMERICAN AUGER 42-600G2 BORING MACHINES. LOOKING FOR DRILLING MACHINE (EQUIPMENT). OUR REQUIREMENTS ARE AS FOLLOWS: DRILLING DIAMETER - 450 MM; DEPTH OF DRILLING - 3 METERS (3000 MM); GEOLOGICAL FEATURES - ROCK OR SOIL. CONTACT S. T. CHO, SENIOR MANAGING DIRECTOR, AEROTECH KOREA CO, LTD, WWW.I-AEROTECH.CO.KR EMAIL: ST.CHO@I-AEROTECH.CO.KR PHONE: 82 10 9067 4464 –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– WANTED: (IN USA) CATERPILLAR 980K WHEEL LOADERS. LOOKING FOR CAT 980K/M SPADE NOSE BUCKETS. (BUCKETS ONLY) PLEASE FORWARD PHOTOS, DETAILS AND ASKING PRICE. EMAIL: SALES@MARCELEQUIPMENT.COM PHONE: 519-686-1123 –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– WANTED: HYPAC C747-B COMPACTION EQUIPMENT LOOKING FOR A TRAVEL MOTOR FOR THIS UNIT 1996 HYPAC ROLLER - ONE IN GOOD WORKING ORDER OR MAYBE A REBUILT. EMAIL: UFANS1953@GMAIL.COM –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– WANTED: JOHN DEERE 850B LT CRAWLER DOZER MUFFLER, BOTTOM AND BACK VINYL SEAT CUSHIONS W/ARMRESTS. EMAIL:

EMAIL4TIMHOPKINS@GMAIL.COM –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– WANTED: HITACHI ZX200, EX300-1 AND EX400-1 EXCAVATORS. IN USA. EMAIL: CHUNGVATRAN@GMAIL.COM; PHONE: 806-576-6784 –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– WANTED: ELLIOTT H90F AERIAL LIFT. IN PA. PREFER AN H70F EMAIL: CHALEY13@VERIZON.NET –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– WANTED: KOMATSU PC200, PC300, PC200 LC-6 EXCAVATORS. IN USA. EMAIL: CHUNGVATRAN@GMAIL.COM; PHONE: 806-576-6784 –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– WANTED: OWATONNA 880 WHEEL LOADER. LOOKING FOR 880 MUSTANG LOADER. EMAIL: RJGIBB@DRTEL.NET –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– WANTED: RAMROD SKID STEER LOADER, MODEL 575T EMAIL: DNASH@WI.RR.COM –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– WANTED (USA): KOMATSU PC80-3 EXCAVATOR; COMPLETE CAB DOOR. EMAIL: KRINEHARTAGREPAIR@GMAIL.COM –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– WANTED: WEBER BANDIT 3020 AERIAL LIFTS; NEED HYDRAULIC DIAGRAM. NEED ELECTRICAL SCHEMATIC. NEED TO KNOW WHO THE COMPANY IS NOW. EMAIL: MCBM@JUNO.COM PHONE: 321-636-8089. –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– WANTED: ALL MODELS ALLIS CHALMERS AGGREGATE EQUIPMENT. IN USA. INTERESTED IN BUYING USED ROCK CRUSHERS AND PARTS AS WELL AS CONVEYORS, SCREENS, AND FEEDERS EMAIL: MOOMOO1417@YAHOO.COM PHONE: 814-603-1905 –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– WANTED: CATERPILLAR 140H MOTOR GRADER WANTED TO BUY CAT MOTOR GRADER 140H; PLEASE EMAIL ME PICTURES AND DETAILS. EMAIL: STEVE@MEGAEQUIPMENTS.COM PHONE: 281-491-0614 –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– WANTED: CATERPILLAR D10R CRAWLER DOZER WANTED TO BUY CAT DOZER D10R AND D6H WITH RIPPER; PLEASE EMAIL ME PICTURES AND DETAILS. EMAIL: RIZ@MEGAEQUIPMENTS.COM PHONE: 832-528-0786 –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– WANTED: KOMATSU D375A-5E0 CRAWLER DOZER WANT TO BUY NOW KOMATSU 375A5EO «2010 AND UP« RIPPER OR NOT, UNADVERTISED CONTRACTORS USA ONLY AND I NEED 3 BULLDOZERS 475A 5 2005 AND UP. EMAIL:JEANMAURICEBOUTIN@ VIDEOTRON.CA PHONE: 1-450-346-8975 ––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––

WANTED: CATERPILLAR D6M XL CRAWLER DOZER – IN U.S. WANT LOW HOURS. AND EQUIPPED WITH A WINCH OR RIPPER. EMAIL: DALEVILLEAGG@YAHOO.COM PHONE: 765-208-0551 –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– WANTED: ASPHALT / CONCRETE / PAVING - AMIDA PB16R I AM LOOKING FOR A USED AMIDA /WHITMAN POWER BUGGY, RUNNING OR WITH A BAD ENGINE OR SOMEONE WHO SELLS PARTS FOR THE OLDER AMIDA. EMAIL: LSS41A@COMCAST.NET PHONE: 610-370-9811 –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– WANTED: CATERPILLAR 950E WHEEL LOADER I WANT TO BUY CAT WHEEL LOADER LIKE 926, 926E, 936, 936E, 950B, 950E, 966D, 966E, 966F, 966F-2 AND MOTOR GRADERS LIKE 12G, 140G PLEASE. EMAIL: NASRULLAHKHANMN77@GMAIL.COM; PHONE: +92-312-216-1711 –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– WANTED: ALL MODELS NEW HOLLAND SKID STEER LOADERS - WE ARE LOOKING TO PURCHASE NEW OR USED SERVICE, SHOP, PARTS, OPERATOR’S OR OTHER MANUALS FOR EQUIPMENT OF ALL SORTS, BUT NOT INCLUDED TRUCKS AND VEHICLES. WE PREFER IN BULK, PERHAPS YOU HAVE COMPUTERIZED YOUR SERVICE OR PARTS OPERATION AND YOU HAVE BOOKS OR MANUALS YOU NO LONGER NEED, OR INVENTORIES YOU HAVE NOT SOLD. PERHAPS AS A DISCONTINUED PRODUCT LINE. WE WILL PURCHASE IN ANY USEABLE CONDITION IN ANY AMOUNT YOU HAVE. PHONE: 270-849-2270 EMAIL: TRITOWN1@MSN.COM. –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– WANTED: JOHN DEERE MOTOR GRADERS - WE ARE LOOKING TO PURCHASE NEW OR USED SERVICE, SHOP, PARTS, OPERATOR’S OR OTHER MANUALS FOR EQUIPMENT OF ALL SORTS, BUT NOT INCLUDING 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 AT TRITOWN1@MSN.COM –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– WANTED: CATERPILLAR D10R CRAWLER DOZERS WANT TO BUY 12 MONTHS BULLDOZER D10N ,D10R, D10T ENCLOSED CAB WITH RIPPER FROM CONTRACTOR DIRECTLY, UNADVERTISED. ALSO KOMASTU 375 475 RIPPER RUN OR PARTS UNADVERTISED. EMAIL: JEANMAURICEBOUTIN@ VIDEOTRON.CA PHONE: 1-450-346-8975 ––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––


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• Kenmore, WA Sat., February 9, 2019 For: Heavy Equipment, Contractors Equipment & Vehicles J.J. KANE AUCTIONEERS www.jjkane.com 856-764-7163 • ONLINE ONLY Wed., December 12, 2018 For: Government Surplus Auction • Villa Rica, GA Thurs., December 13 2018 For: Utility & Construction Equipment Auction • ONLINE ONLY Fri., December 14, 2018 For: Timed Online Only Auction • ONLINE ONLY Fri., December 28, 2018 For: Timed Online Only Auction JEFF MARTIN AUCTIONEERS, INC. www.jeffmartinauctioneers.com 601-450-6200 • ONLINE ONLY December 3 – 10, 2018 For: Oilfield Centrifuge Equipment & Related Items • ONLINE ONLY December 4 - 11, 2018 For: Absolute Government Surplus Liquidation Auction • Pelzer, SC December 12 - 13, 2018 For: Winter Construction Equipment & Truck Public Auction • Kissimmee, FL February 11 - 14, 2019 For: Annual Florida Auction LLOYD MEEKINS & SONS AUCTION CO. www.meekinsauction.com 800-499-6560

• Seven Valleys, PA Tues., January 8, 2019 For: Tractor, Farm & Construction Equipment Auction • Seven Valleys, PA Tues., February 12, 2019 For: Tractor, Farm & Construction Equipment Auction MOTLEYS ASSET DISPOSITION GROUP www.motleys.com 1-877-MOTLEYS • ONLINE ONLY December 9 - 11, 2018 For: Construction Equipment & Truck Auction PURPLE WAVE AUCTION www.purplewave.com 866-608-9283 • ONLINE ONLY Wed., December 12, 2018 For: Vehicles & Equipment Auction • ONLINE ONLY Thurs., December 13, 2018 For: Construction Equipment • ONLINE ONLY Thurs., December 13, 2018 For: Great Plains Kubota Auction • ONLINE ONLY Tues., December 18, 2018 For: Government Auction • ONLINE ONLY Tues., December 20, 2018 For: Truck & Trailer Auction • ONLINE ONLY Wed., December 26, 2018 For: Vehicles & Equipment Auction

RTI AUCTIONS www.teitsworth.com 585-243-1563 • ONLINE ONLY December 4 - 11, 2018 For: December NetAuction STEFFES GROUP INC. www.steffesgroup.com 701-237-9173 • ONLINE ONLY December 7 - 12, 2018 For: AgIron Monthly Auction • Aberdeen, SD Thurs., December 13, 2018 For: Farm Retirement Auction • Howard Lake, MN Tues., December 18, 2018 For: Farm Retirement Auction • Mount Pleasant, IA Wed., December 19, 2018 For: AgIron Mt. Pleasant Event • Litchfield, MN Thurs., December 20, 2018 For: AgIron Litchfield Event • ONLINE ONLY December 21 - 26, 2018 For: AgIron Monthly Auction • Larchwood, IA Thurs., December 27, 2018 For: AgIron Sioux Falls Event TERRA POINT LLC www.terrapointllc.com 877-772-5998 • ONLINE ONLY Wed., December 19, 2018 For: Equipment, Trucks & Trailers

• ONLINE ONLY Thurs., December 27, 2018 For: Construction Equipment

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

• ONLINE ONLY Thurs., December 27, 2018 For: Construction & Supply Retirement Auction

• Perris, CA Wed., December 12, 2018 For: Heavy Equipment, Vehicles & Contractors Equipment

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

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

• Princeton, WV Wed., December 12, 2018 For: Absolute Consignment Auction

• Lumberton, NC Thurs., December 27, 2018 For: 24th Annual Construction Truck Auction

JAMES G. MURPHY INC. AUCTIONEERS www.murphyauction.com 800-426-3008

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

ROSEN SYSTEMS, INC. www.RosenSystems.com 972-248-2266

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

• ONLINE ONLY December 5 - 12, 2018 For: Hawaii Heavy Equipment & Tools Auction

• Seven Valleys, PA Tues., December 11, 2018 For: Tractor, Farm & Construction Equipment Auction

• ONLINE ONLY Tues., December 18, 2018 For: Heavy Duty Construction Equipment

• Kissimmee, FL February 12 - 16, 2019 For: 45th Annual Florida Auction

• Lebanon, TN Sat., March 9, 2019 For: Construction Equipment

• Phoenix, AZ Sat., January 12, 2019 For: Public Auction


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Vermeer Makes Work Easy for Hugo Construction Crew

ADOTP&F photo

HUGO from page 10

“We are currently on three jobs,” said Elliott. “One of the jobs has three lines, so we are busy. And we’re also looking into getting in to the padding business.” Hugo Construction is a division of the K3 group of San Antonio — a food services, remote site management and disaster relief contractor, which among its plethora of recent work, housed 500 linesman on three-story floating dormitory vessels to assist with restoring power to Puerto Rico in aftermath of Hurricane Maria. Elliott also is the director of maintenance for K3. (This story also can be found on Construction Equipment Guide’s website The T1055 can perform rock excavation effectively at www.constructionequip- with minimal chain wear due to its low-speed, hightorque, splined headshaft motor. mentguide.com.) CEG

BusinessCalendar To view our Business Calendar online, go to www.constructionequipmentguide.com. American Public Works Association (APWA) December 2018 EVENTS: December 12-12, 2018 2018 B.E.S.T. Awards Luncheon The Center at Sycamore Plaza, Lakewood, CA December 12-12, 2018 Midwest Branch Annual Christmas Party Founders, Grand Rapids, MI December 13-13, 2018 St. Louis Branch APWA Holiday Lunch Hollywood Casino, Maryland Heights, MO December 13-13, 2018 Detroit Metro December Holiday Meeting Harbor Steakhouse, Keego Harbor, MI For more information on the above events, contact APWA. Address: 1275 K St. NW #750, Washington, DC 20005 Phone: 202/408-9541. Toll Free: 800/848-APWA.

Description: In the competitive construction industry, the need for training is more vital than ever. Organizations that devote resources to professional development are more likely to see higher productivity and greater efficiency. On-the-job training can provide crucial knowledge to perform tasks at hand, but the best professionals constantly seek to learn about new techniques and technologies to improve their performance on site and in the office For more information, contact AGC, 2300 Wilson Blvd., Suite 300, Arlington, VA 22201. Phone: 703/548-3118. Email: communications@agc.org. Website: www.AGC.org. The Associated General Contractors (AGC) EVENTS: WebEd: Five Mistakes in Managing Your Construction Budget Tuesday, December 4, 2018 – 2:00 PM to 3:00 PM Technology: WebEd: OSHA’s Final Rule to Protect Workers from Exposure to Respirable Crystalline Silica Tuesday, December 11, 2018 – 2:00 PM to 3:00 PM Safety and Health Construction Super Conference Monday, December 10, 2018 to Wednesday, December 12, 2018 Contracts and Construction Law For more information, contact AGC, 2300 Wilson Blvd., Suite 300, Arlington, VA 22201. Phone: 703/548-3118. Email: communications@agc.org. Website: www.AGC.org.

On Nov. 30, at 8:29 a.m., an earthquake measuring 7.0 struck the state of Alaska between Palmer and Anchorage.

ADOTP&F Assesses Damage Following 7.0 Earthquake EARTHQUAKE from page 18

Parks Highway While the Parks Highway is passable, the Parks/Glenn interchange sustained major damage due to slope failure. Crews are working to restore the approach. Kenai Spur Highway Settlement occurred along the Kenai Spur To mark this milestone, we invite you and your colleagues to join us as we celebrate past accomplishments and lay the foundation for the next 100 years. Socialize with peers, meet new friends, enjoy heavy hors d’oeuvres, and sip on signature cocktails from each decade. AGC Business Meeting 3:30 PM to 4:00 PM at Saint Paul Hotel. All members are encouraged to attend the annual AGC Business Meeting prior to attending the Reception. Champagne Shuttle Service 3:00 PM to 8:00 PM 525 Park Street, St. Paul, MN A shuttle will be provided from the AGC office (free parking) to 317 on Rice Park Event Center. Enjoy a glass of champagne while someone else does the driving! Downtown St. Paul has many events during this time of year. We highly encourage use of this service. Thank you to our reception sponsors!

Association of Women Contractors (AWC) 2019 Minnesota Construction Summit Dates: January 22 – 23, 2019 Time: 7:00 AM to 1:00 PM Location: Saint Paul RiverCentre 175 W. Kellogg Boulevard Saint Paul, MN 55102 The 2019 Minnesota Construction Summit is the event of the year for the Minnesota construction industry! Featuring keynote addresses by Walter Bond and Norm Stoehr, vital products and services, and fantastic networking opportunities! Come and be a part of the 2019 OFFSITE CONSTRUCTION EXPO comes to NEW YORK Summit – where the future meets. For more information on this DATE: FRIDAY, DECEMBER 14, 2018 event, contact Association of Women Contractors (AWC) at The event will take place at the Javits Convention Center of New The American Road & Transportation Builders Association 651/489-2221. York, Manhattan, NY. (ARTBA) OSCE will offer focused presentations of the abilities of offsite con- December 2018 Events The Associated General Contractors (AGC) struction across all markets. With the steady adoption of offsite con- DEC 06 – Public-Private Partnerships (P3) Division JANUARY 2019 EVENTS: struction methods across North America, there is simply no greater WEBINAR Safety & Health Winter Conference opportunity to reach key partners in the industry. DEC 11 2019 U.S. Transportation Construction Market Dates: Wednesday, January 16, 2019 to This year, successful Offsite Construction Expos were held in WEBINAR Friday, January 18, 2019 Vancouver in June and San Francisco in September. Attendees and To register and for more information on the above Webinars go to: Place: Miami, Florida exhibitors alike will benefit from the variety of modular vendors and Website: https://www.artba.org/training-events/ Topic: Safety & Health component suppliers all in one room. The expo features the exhibits Surety Bonding and Construction Risk Management Conference of modular and offsite construction processes including panelized, Associated General Contractors of Minnesota Dates: Monday, January 28, 2019 to modular/volumetric, hybrid, and sub-assembles/components. These (AGC of Minnesota) Tuesday, January 29, 2019 systems and processes are ideal for the education, healthcare, hos- AGC of Minnesota Centennial Opening Celebration Place: Bonita Springs, Florida pitality, retail, multifamily, and office markets. CELEBRATING 100 YEARS! Topic: Risk Management The 2018 Offsite Construction Expo – New York is hosted by the AGC of Minnesota is turning 100! FEBRUARY 2019 EVENTS: Modular Building Institute. More information and registration avail- WHEN: December 11, 2018 Safety Management Training Course able at https://www.offsiteconstructionexpo.com. TIME: 4:00 PM to 8:00 PM Dates: Monday, February 11, 2019 to The Association General Contractors of America (AGC) WHERE: 317 on Rice Park Event Center Wednesday, February 13, 2019 AGC Construction Project Management Course 317 Washington Street Place: Omaha, Nebraska Training/Professional Development St. Paul, Minnesota 55102 Topic: Safety & Health Date Start: Sunday, DECEMBER 9, 2018 CONTACT: Denise Woods All AGC WebEds are scheduled in Eastern Standard Time (EST). Date End: Friday, DECEMBER 14, 2018 dwoods@agcmn.org Conferences are scheduled using the local time zone where the event Place: Dallas, Texas Phone: 651/796-2186 takes place.

Highway at mile posts 19, 35.1 and 35.7. Crews have completed grinding and grading process, but paving will be complete in the spring when asphalt plants are operational again, according to a press release from ADOTP&F. (This story also can be found on Construction Equipment Guide’s website at www.constructionequipmentguide.com.) CEG For more information on the above events, contact AGC, 2300 Wilson Blvd., Suite 300, Arlington, VA 22201. Phone: 703/548-3118 Email: communications@agc.org Website: www.AGC.org WORLD OF ASPHALT 2019 SHOW & CONFERENCE DATES: FEBRUARY 12 – 14, 2019 PLACE: INDIANAPOLIS CONVENTION CENTER INDIANAPOLIS, IN USA PAVING THE FUTURE: The industry’s leading manufacturers and service providers in the aggregate, asphalt, pavement maintenance, and traffic safety industry sectors come together at World of Asphalt to showcase their latest products and technologies. Explore the newest products & technologies from 450+ leading manufacturers at the largest asphalt and educational conference show in North America. World of Asphalt focuses exclusively on the asphalt industry by featuring in-depth, industry-focused educational programming and comprehensive exhibits which showcase the latest technologies and innovations in the asphalt-related equipment, products and services. SHOW HIGHLIGHTS: 450+ Leading Manufacturers - See a combined 450+ World of Asphalt & AGG1 exhibitors in the aggregate, asphalt, pavement maintenance and traffic safety industry sectors offering products and services to increase productivity and decrease downtime. 120+ Education Sessions – Discover the latest industry innovations in safety, recycling, maintenance and plant production along with management and leadership training at the industry’s #1 conference. Who Attends? – If you are in the asphalt, highway/street, pavement maintenance or traffic safety industry, this show is for you. Join over 9,000 industry professionals! Don’t miss this Opportunity! World of Asphalt is recognized as a ‘Fastest 50’ trade show for demonstrating the greatest percentage of growth show-to-show. World of Asphalt 2016 won for record gains in both attendance and exhibit space. For more information on World of Asphalt 2019 Show & Conference: Phone: 801/676-7952. Associated Equipment Distributors (AED) 2019 SUMMIT Date Start: February 4, 2019 Date End: February 7, 2019 Place Name: Marriott Orlando World Center Address: 8701 World Center Drive City/State: Orlando, Florida 32821 Description: Summit & CONDEX, AED’s annual convention and tradeshow is designed specifically with North America’s equipment distributors in mind. For more information on AED 2019 Summit, Phone: 630/574-0650.


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ADVERTISER INDEX To read articles about these CEG advertisers, visit www.constructionequipmentguide.com AED SUMMIT/CONDEX............................................................................. 9 ALLU GROUP............................................................................................21 ATI CORPORATION..................................................................................21 BANDIT INDUSTRIES INC....................................................................... 47 BARGAINS................................................................................................ 53 CASE CONSTRUCTION...........................................................................41 CEG SCALE MODELS..............................................................................40 CLASSIFIEDS........................................................................................... 53 CONSTRUCTION EQUIPMENT GUIDE........................................13,54,57 DELAGE LANDEN FINANCIAL SERVICE................................................. 2 DIESEL SERVICE AND SUPPLY............................................................... 2 DOOSAN INFRACORE AMERICA...........................................................34 DOOSAN PORTABLE POWER.................................................................. 7 DRESSTA NORTH AMERICA...................................................................23 DUAL DOZER - HITCHDOC.....................................................................21 ELRUS AGGREGATE EQUIPMENT........................................................ 46 FELLING TRAILERS................................................................................. 28 FLANGE LOCK..........................................................................................53 FLUID CONTROL SERVICES.................................................................. 14 GRINDERCRUSHERSCREEN.COM....................................................... 46 GROVE WORLDWIDE..............................................................................59 HENDRIX MACHINERY LLC...................................................................... 3 HENNESSY INTERNATIONAL................................................................... 6 HITACHI CONSTRUCTION MACHINERY .........................................32,33 HYUNDAI CONSTRUCTION EQUIPMENT............................................... 5 KOBELCO CONSTRUCTION MACHINERY ......................................16,17 KOMATSU AMERICA CORP..................................................... 14,15,38,39 KPI-JCI.......................................................................................................50 LINK-BELT EXCAVATORS...................................................................30,31 MB AMERICA INC..................................................................................... 49 METSO MINERAL CRUSHING........................................................... 44,45 METSO MINERALS SCREENING........................................................... 51 MINNICH MANUFACTURING.................................................................... 6 NORAM.................................................................................................24,25 PALFINGER AMERICA GROUP...............................................................27 RANSOME EQUIPMENT SALES LLC/LRH.............................................54 ROAD BUILDERS MACHINERY.............................................................. 20

ROADTEC INC.......................................................................................... 11 ROCK TOUGH QUALITY SCREENING...................................................46 SCHAEFER ENTERPRISES.................................................................... 20 SCREEN MACHINE INDUSTRIES...........................................................48 SONSRAY MACHINERY...........................................................................60 TEREX CRANES.......................................................................................35 TEREX TRUCKS/VOLVO......................................................................... 29 THUNDERCREEK.......................................................................................8 TOWMASTER INC.................................................................................... 27 VOLVO FINANCIAL SERVICES............................................................... 37 WORLD OF CONCRETE............................................................................2

ARIZONA SUPPLEMENT CONSTRUCTION EQUIPMENT GUIDE.................................................... 5 DITCH WITCH OF ARIZONA.................................................................. 3,7 EMPIRE MACHINERY................................................................................ 5 GORILLA HAMMERS..................................................................................1 WSM AUCTIONEERS.................................................................................8

TEXAS SUPPLEMENT BANE MACHINERY.................................................................................. 16 BEE EQUIPMENT SALES LTD................................................................ 12 CONSTRUCTION EQUIPMENT GUIDE.................................................. 14 EAGER BEAVER TRAILERS......................................................................7 EAKIN INDUSTRIES................................................................................... 1 FECON.........................................................................................................8 GIBSON HEAVY HAUL...............................................................................9 GOMACO CORP....................................................................................... 11 GORILLA HAMMERS..................................................................................1 MCCOURT & SONS EQUIPMENT...........................................................13 ROMCO EQUIPMENT CO..........................................................................2 TROPHY TRACTOR................................................................................... 3 VENTURE DRILLING................................................................................15 VERMEER OF TEXAS-LOUISIANA........................................................... 5 WAUKESHA-PEARCE INDUSTRIES INC............................................... 12 WYLIE IMPLEMENT................................................................................... 8

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Kirby-Smith Machinery, Inc. www.kirby-smith.com Oklahoma City, OK 800-375-3339 Tulsa, OK 800-375-3733 Kansas City, KS 877-851-5729 St. Louis, MO 866-279-1392

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SONSRAY MACHINERY LOCATIONS California HEADQUARTERS 23935 Madison Street Torrance, CA 90505 (323) 319-1900

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LOS ANGELES 10950 South Norwalk Blvd Santa Fe Springs, CA 90670 (562) 903-7377 OAKLAND/SAN FRANCISCO 1450 Doolittle Dr. San Leandro, CA 94577 (510) 562-0653 REDDING 2535 Ellis St. Redding, CA 96001 (530) 245-9000 SACRAMENTO 1751 Bell Ave. Sacramento, CA 95838 (916) 649-0096 SAN BERNARDINO 10062 Live Oak Avenue Fontana, CA 92335 (909) 355-1075 SAN DIEGO 1475 Pioneer Way El Cajon, CA 92020 (619) 873-0123 STOCKTON 1041 S. Pershing Ave. Stockton, CA 95206 (209) 464-9600

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*Promotion is offered by Sonsray Machinery, not CNH Industrial America LLC. For commercial use only. Offer valid on new CASE SSL or CTL equipment with under 500 hours of operation, from Sep. 1, 2018 through Dec. 31, 2018 at participating Sonsray Machinery locations. See Sonsray Machinery for further details. Customer participation subject to credit qualification and approval by CNH Industrial Capital America LLC. Not all customers or applicants may qualify for this offer. CNH Industrial Capital America LLC standard terms and conditions will apply. Taxes, freight, setup, delivery, additional options or attachments not included in the offered rate. Offer subject to change or cancellation without notice. ©2018 Sonsray Machinery. All rights reserved. CASE is a trademark registered in the United States and many other countries, owned by or licensed to CNH Industrial N.V., its subsidiaries or affiliates.

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