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I-5/SR-14 HOV Connector Project Nears Completion

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A four-year-long, $156.6 million project aimed at improving traffic operations at the Interstate 5/State Route 14 connector in northern Los Angeles County is 70 percent complete entering 2011. The primary aspects of the project — dubbed the I-5/SR-14 Direct HOV Connector Project — are the construction of an elevated, two-lane direct HOV connector at the I-5/SR-14 interchange; and construction of HOV lanes in the northbound and southbound directions of I-5 at the same interchange. Upon completion, the elevated HOV connector will be a 19-span, 2,821-ft. (859.8 m) HOV structure that will connect the I-5 HOV lanes in both directions to SR-14, according to Kelly Markham, public information officer of Caltrans District 7. The current I-5/SR-14 connector serves as the gateway to Los Angeles for motorists traveling from the high desert cities of Palmdale and Lancaster, and has for years been the site of increased traffic congestion — the result of population growth within Photos Courtesy of Thomas Ritter, Caltrans

A view of HOV connector falsework that spans over the truck route.

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Table of Contents..............4 ConExpo Section........11-13 California Supplement ........ ..................................17-19 Paving Section ..........27-31 Auction Section ........35-43 Business Calendar ..........36 Advertisers Index............42

Construction Spending Rises in November Construction spending increased by 0.4 percent in November, the third straight rise in the total, the Associated General Contractors of America noted Jan. 3 in an analysis of new Census Bureau data. Private residential and public construction each gained 0.7 percent compared with October’s totals, while private nonresidential construction edged down 0.1 percent. “It is heartening to see three increases in a row for the total,” said Ken Simonson, the association’s chief economist. “But most categories showed more of a seesaw pattern over the past three months, indicating that construction spending remains fragile at best.” Simonson noted that the strongest category appears to be power construction, which has

climbed for four consecutive months from a seasonally adjusted annual rate of $75.7 billion in July to $85.7 billion in November. He added that power construction will be helped in 2011 by extension of tax credits for building wind and other renewable power facilities. Residential improvements appear to have rebounded for the past three months also, up $15 billion since August. Simonson cautioned, however, that the Census Bureau often makes large revisions — down or up — to this estimate. Public construction reached a 16-month high of $318.5 billion, but is likely to decrease in 2011, Simonson observed. Major federal funding for military base realignment, Gulf Coast hurricane work and stimulus projects is expect-

ed to taper off in the second half of the year. Meanwhile, the new Congress and many governors have signaled that they intend to hold down spending on infrastructure among other categories, the economist noted. Association officials urged leaders of the 112th Congress to maintain a commitment to transportation and water infrastructure. Stephen E. Sandherr, the association’s chief executive officer, noted that proposed rule changes being considered by the incoming Congress jeopardize highway, bridge and transit investments. “Deferring needed improvements to our aging transportation network will undermine business activity today while saddling future taxpayers with ever-larger maintenance and repair costs,” Sandherr said.


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FEATURES… LANDSLIDES CAUSE MORE DELAYS FOR U.S. 20 STRAIGHTENING PROJECT IN OREGON

State engineers got their first hint of trouble when contractors discovered “bents,” or bridge columns, on two massive bridges had moved out of plumb the result of the settling.

KIRBY-SMITH SPONSORS SECOND ANNUAL ROAD-EO IN DALLAS

More than 400 City of Dallas Street Department employees attended the event and participated in the six rodeo contests.

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NEWPORT, Ore. (AP) Ancient landslides have again halted a project to straighten U.S. 20 after costing the Oregon Department of Transportation millions of dollars in overruns and adding years to the task. Now, no one can say when the project to eliminate dangerous curves will be completed, how much it will cost, who will pay and how to stop the slides, The Oregonian reported. State engineers got their first hint of trouble when contractors discovered “bents,” or bridge columns, on two massive bridges had moved out of plumb the result of the settling. If the bents continued to move, they could fail, said ODOT project manager Joe Squire. “That doesn’t mean the column falls over, but the concrete might be stressed,” said Squire. “The long-term viability is called into question. The concrete could crack.” As they monitored the earth around the bents, engineers discovered ancient landslides they thought they had stopped were moving again. Engineers haven’t figured out why the slides are moving again, but they hope that by monitoring the situation through the rainy season, they might get some answers, Squire said. “The movement is very slight and subtle, but if you take the amount it moved in a year a half an inch to a couple of inches and multiply it by 75 years, it would exceed the capacity of bridge to withstand that type of movement,” said Squire.

The slides could affect four major new bridges — one 210 ft. high and the other three each more than 100 ft. high. “All four of these locations have a very large bridge,” Squire said. “That’s why we are very concerned.” The project to eliminate miles of hairpin curves on U.S. 20 with 6.5 mi. (10.5 km) of new roadway between Pioneer Mountain and Eddyville got under way in 2005 when ODOT awarded the $150 million project to Granite Construction Co. of Watsonville, Calif. The stretch of highway is notoriously dangerous, with sharp, narrow curves and a high volume of tractor-trailer traffic. The highway is so deadly that locals have sported bumper stickers imploring, “Pray for me, I drive Highway 20.” In 2007, the Oregon Department of Environmental Quality levied $240,000 in penalties for water quality violations by Granite Constructors for damaging salmon spawning grounds in the Yaquina River and its tributaries. DEQ also fined ODOT $90,000 for the violations. The trouble led to disputes between ODOT and Granite, and added up to $61 million in overruns and delayed the finish date originally slated for October 2009 to December 2011. Squire said he is determined to see the project completed. “The commitment is there,” he said. “We are not going to walk away.”


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he second annual City of Dallas Street Department Road-Eo was held on Dec. 2 in the Fair Park Coliseum on the Texas State Fairgrounds in Dallas. And again, Kirby-Smith Machinery Inc. was the main sponsor of equipment and planning. The Road-Eo kicked off with traditional rodeo grand entrance music and a parade using pick-up trucks filled with Kirby-Smith employees who conducted the Road-Eo, adorned with American and Texas flags instead of horses. More than 400 City of Dallas Street Department employees attended the event and participated in the six rodeo contests like backhoe golf, backhoe bowling, skid steer obstacle course, excavator basketball and a clerical challenge. “These events allowed our folks to familiarize themselves with various types of heavy equipment and the many applications in which the equipment is used to deliver critical services to the citizens of Dallas,” said Gilbert Aguilar of the City of Dallas. Secondly the employees learn about safety issues related to operating heavy equipment.” According to Robert Miranda, program manager and event coordinator, participation was at an all-time high. Some of the equipment used in the event was Komatsu PC 35MR, PC 228 USLC, PC 138 USLC utility excavators, a Gradall XL4100 and XL3100 and Bobcat S300 and S250 skid steers.

The event kicks off with a grand entrance using pickup trucks instead of horses.

(L-R): Robert Miranda of the City of Dallas; Bernie Linn of Gradall; Buck Lawson of Komatsu; Gilbert Aguilar of the City of Dallas; and Sol Gieser, of Kirby-Smith open the Road-Eo with a ribbon cutting ceremony.

A participant takes his turn in the bowling competition with a Komatsu PC35 MR mini-excavator.

A Bobcat S250 winds its way through the obstacle course.

A Gradall XL4100 is used in the box stacking event.

The Clerical Challenge had 44 challengers in all.


SECTION MARCH 22-26, 2011 LAS VEGAS, NEVADA, USA LAS VEGAS CONVENTION CENTER

New Roadtec Product Introductions at ConExpo 2011 Roadtec will be introducing two brand-new products and a new generation Shuttle Buggy material transfer The new Roadtec FM-85 heavy-duty vehicle at ConExpo. Moreover, Roadtec broom represents a new product line will be rolling out and demonstrating its for Roadtec and fills the need for a sweeping device in road conremote machine monitoring/diagnostic robust struction. software. The new products are the SX-5 mid- Buggy material transfer vehicle has size stabilizer/reclaimer and the FM-85 enhanced conveyor wear resistance, heavy-duty, front-mounted broom. which will lower contractors’ operating The new Roadtec SX-5 stabilizer fea- costs. A new adjustable width front hoptures a 540 hp (403 kW) Cat C15 engine. per allows the E-series to work with The SX-5 comes with a 96 in. (244 cm) trucks of widths commonly used in wide drum and countries outside weighs in at less the United States. than 60,000 lbs. The dual operator (27,200 kg). The stations of the stabilizer/reclaimer machine have is capable of a true been enhanced cutting depth of 18 and can now slide in. (46 cm). Water sideways past the and emulsion sysouter edge of the tems, enclosed main frame, operator cab and which improves many other options visibility, accordare available. ing to the manuThe new facturer. Roadtec FM-85 The new Roadtec SX-5 stabilizer The machine broom is a heavy- reclaimer will be introduced at monitoring/diagConExpo 2011. duty piece of nostic software machinery featurwill be shown in the booth. Visitors will ing an 83 hp (61 kW) Cat 3.4T engine. It be able to see the data provided by the weighs in at 6,000 lbs. (2,720 kg). A system on a computer screen mounted brush head allows the brush to side-shift on a demo kiosk and also the actual up to 15 in. (38 cm). Due to an innova- machine from where the data is being tive telescoping feature, the unit can pulled. accommodate broom lengths of 6, 7 and Roadtec is an Astec Industries compa8 ft. (1.8, 2.1 and 2.4 m). The operator ny and will be exhibiting virtually its station is located in a climate-controlled, entire product line together with the robust cab. other Astec companies in Central Hall, The new generation E-series Shuttle booth number C5133.

Maeda to Display Fully Compliant Mini-Cranes With New Attachments

All Maeda mini-cranes meet ASME and EPA requirements for North America. Models range from 3,800 to 10,800 lb. (1,723 to 4,900 kg) capacity with lift heights to 68 ft. (21 m).

Maeda USA will display five fully compliant minicranes with new attachments in booth 440 in the gold lot. All Maeda mini-cranes meet ASME and EPA The company will disrequirements for North America. Models range from play new attachments that expand the uti3,800 to 10,800 lb. (1,723 to 4,900 kg) capacity with lization of its minilift heights to 68 ft. (21 m). “This is the first time fully compliant Maeda mini- crane line including a jib attachcranes have been displayed at ConExpo,” said Tony man-basket, ments, a glass manipInman, president of Maeda USA, western hemisphere ulator and a searcher distributor for Maeda Japan. hook. “The mini-crane method of material handling has been successfully proven in our territory and the market is finding many applications for smaller cranes,” according to Inman. Maeda cranes can fit through openings as small as 24 in. (61 cm). The company also will display new attachments that expand the utilization of its mini-crane line including a man-basket, jib attachments, a glass manipulator and a searcher hook, which is a boom tip extension arm for lifts where there are overhead restrictions. A new accessory transformer package also will be shown which converts the power supply when operating electrically. Maeda mini-cranes are being used in many non-traditional roles including curtain wall and glass handling for commercial construction, steel erection, lifting inside high rise structures and virtually any lifting role where space is limited. For more information call 713/715-1500 or visit www.maedausa.com.


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CONEXPO-CON/AGG 2011 2011 C&D World Co-Locating at ConExpo-Con/AGG The 2011 edition of C&D World, the annual meeting of the Construction Materials Recycling Association (CMRA), will be held on March 23, 2011, at the Paris Resort and Casino in Las Vegas. All registrants to C&D World also will receive badges to enter ConExpo-Con/AGG at no extra cost. C&D World 2011 will be a one-day affair that starts out with breakfast and then sessions that will provide the latest information on the C&D industry. Included will be discussions on recycled aggregates and C&D wood used as a fuel product. The meeting will end before noon so participants can head over to the equipment exhibition. Then that evening after the show closes a CMRA-sponsored reception will be held at the Paris. For more information, call 630/585-7530 or visit www.cdrecycling.org.

Rogers Brothers Displays Two New Trailer Designs

Rogers Brothers Corporation will be displaying two new trailer designs at ConExpo booth number 641. This custom Rogers 80-ton (72.5 t) capacity, 13-axle trailer has a rocker shaft in the rear of the trailer that distributes weight to the rear six axles. For more information, call 800/441-9880 or visit www.rogerstrailers.com.

ConExpo-Con/AGG, IFPE 2011 Web Sites Offer Interactive The ConExpo-Con/AGG and IFPE 2011 show Web sites feature an interactive “show planner” that attendees can use pre-show to organize their onsite visits to exhibit booths, attendance at education sessions and meetings with exhibitors. For additional convenience, the show planner also will be available as a free smartphone mobile application. The interactive show planner is searchable by hall/lot location, booth number, company name and type of product. Attendees can map out booth locations, schedule meetings and education sessions and set appointments with exhibitors. They can edit and update their personalized schedule preshow and onsite. “We know attendees’time is valuable and the show planner is a great tool to make the most of their show visit; they can focus on the people and products of most value to their business operations,” said Melissa Magestro, IFPE show director. “We also redesigned the Web sites for the 2011 shows to be more ‘user-friendly’ and help provide a positive experience before the shows even start, for both attendees and exhibitors,” said Megan Tanel, AEM’s vice president, exhibitions and events. Show visitors can go online to register in advance (saving time and money) as well as make hotel reservations and obtain travel assistance. International visitors will find information about the U.S. visa application process, official show delegations and official letters of invitation. Selected show information will be available in a variety of world languages. Education is a key reason for attending trade shows. The ConExpo-Con/AGG and IFPE 2011 Web sites outline the expanded show educational, certification and training opportunities available, and registering in advance for education also saves time and money. Exhibitors at ConExpo-Con/AGG and IFPE 2011 can take advantage of several Web site features to streamline their show participation, including an online exhibitor services manual and marketing kit, the latest floor plans, directory listing forms and information on sponsorship opportunities. And, coming soon are two new web features to help attendees connect with exhibitors: a listing of exhibiting company “technical experts” that will be at the shows and a “new products and technology program” that will highlight the latest innovations on the show floor. For more information, visit www.conexpoconagg.com.


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Center that looks out on the Arthur Ravenel Bridge — the $632 million cable-stayed bridge across the Cooper River that was one of the projects the state bank was created to finance. Before it was created, there was talk for decades about building a new bridge, but the money could never be found. Building America’s Future estimated the nation needs roughly $200 billion annually to meet its transportation needs. Rendell warned the United States is slipping badly behind Europe and Asia in improving its infrastructure. “I think what this nation should do is to devote itself — as every one of the G-7 Gov. Ed Rendell nations has done — to a Pennsylvania multi-trillion dollar effort,” he said. “Think of what that would do for the American economy. Think good decisions,” he said. Some of the money provided in the recent what it would do for the construction indusfederal stimulus bill was for such competi- try.” Even in tough economic times, he added, tive transportation grants. Charleston received $10 million to Americans are willing to spend on infraimprove drainage on U.S. 17 on the city’s structure. Rendell said that during November’s elecpeninsula, an area that generally floods during heavy rains. tions, about 70 percent of ballot referendums South Carolina’s infrastructure bank was to increase taxes to invest in infrastructure created in 1997 to leverage limited state were approved nationwide.

“I think what this nation should do is to devote itself to a multi-trillion dollar effort. Think of what that would do for the American economy. Think what it would do for the construction industry.”

TurfEx’s bulk material spreaders have the ability to be used in a variety of applications from lawn care to golf course maintenance and also are capable of spreading snow and ice removal products.

Bulk Material Spreaders Available in Two Models TurfEx’s, line of bulk material spreaders are designed to mount on tractors, utility vehicles or pickup trucks and are equipped with an auger for feed and control of bulk material, including fertilizer, compost, pelletized lime, topdressing and other granular products. They have the ability to be used in a variety of applications from lawn care to golf course maintenance and also are capable of spreading snow and ice removal products. The bulk material spreaders are available in two models: the MS-1875, which features a 9 cu. ft. (.25 cu m) capacity hopper with a 3-point style mount, and the MS-2000, which has an 11 cu. ft. (.3 cu m) capacity hopper and mounts to the bed of pickups and utility vehicles. Both models have adjustable stainless steel spinners and also have variable speed control. Spread width is adjustable up to 30 ft. (9 m). Because the hoppers are constructed of heavy-duty polyethylene, common corrosion and maintenance concerns associated

with similar steel-built alternatives are eliminated. Though the hopper features thickwalled construction, the unit is up to 40 percent lighter than similar capacity steel-built options, making it easier to install or remove and reducing fuel consumption for the carrying vehicle, according to the manufacturer. To utilize the receiver hitch without having to remove the entire spreader, the MS2000 is built with a quick-connect spinner assembly. After removing one pin, simply take off the spinner assembly and the vehicle’s hitch is exposed and easily accessible. Each model is backed by a one-year warranty and comes standard with a top screen, fitted cover and vibrator in the hopper. In addition to the bulk material spreaders, the new TurfEx line will offer many equipment solutions for the grounds maintenance professional, including tailgate-mounted turf care spreaders, spot sprayers, Groom ‘n’ Sweep broom attachments and turf boxes for equipment and material storage. For more information, call 800/725-8377.


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high — was built to construct the fourth frame of the HOV connector. This complex falsework spanned over the railroad, truck lanes, and live traffic. Foundation work for the West Sylmar overhead bridge included the installation of steel cylinders in the ground, which prevented soil from collapsing inward. For both HOV connector and West Sylmar bridge construction, several 300- to 400-ton (272.1 to 362.8 t) cranes were utilized, along with 15.5-ft. (4.7 m) diameter casings — which were used to install cast-in-drilled-hole piles that were up to 100 ft. (30.4 m) deep. After 29 months of construction, approximately 10.3 million lbs. (4.7 million kg) of steel, 781,973 cu. ft. (22,143 cu m) of structural concrete, and nearly 450,000 cu. ft. (12,742.5 cu m) of concrete has been installed, Markham said. The project is currently on track for a late fall 2012 com-

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pletion, with northbound and southbound HOV lane construction yet to occur. Aside from the direct connector project, general contractor Security Paving is wrapping up another roadway project within District 7. Slated to reach completion in January 2011, the $19.1 million project involves the construction of one new lane along the westbound Ronald Reagan Freeway (SR-118) in Ventura County — a section of freeway utilized by more than 115,000 vehicles daily. The new lane will stretch from Tapo Canyon Road in Simi Valley to the Los Angeles County line, a distance of approximately 5 mi. (8 km) “This project is a great example of how the stimulus (fund) is bringing in the cash we need to improve the Ronald Reagan Freeway, while at the same time supporting muchneeded jobs,” said Caltrans Director Randy Iwasaki.

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Ryan Kautz (R) and Cameron Noble with Wedgelock attachment on one of Kautz’s excavators.

night lights and auxiliary hydraulic circuits, along with quick couplers, thumbs and an array of specialized attachments. “Everything I buy, I have to change. I don’t expect OEMs to build exactly what I need for my particular line of work. Just give me a solid machine, and then I’ll customize it the way I want.” To help him tailor his equipment into a versatile emergency dirt-moving fleet, Kautz turns first to his long-time field representative for Wedgelock couplers, Cameron Noble of Norco Attachments. Noble not only supplies RK Contractors with its quick couplers and buckets, he gets hands-on with the machinery to deliver the hardware and support that Kautz needs. “I’ve worked with Cameron for several years,” said Kautz. “We just tell him what we want to do and he figures it all out.” According to Noble, helping customers to achieve their goals is just part of his job description. “Ryan Kautz is really an ideal customer for Norco Attachments, because he gives us the chance to put our own knowledge to work. Instead of bringing us an order for some hardware, he brings us a problem. That gives us the opportunity to work with him

and find the best possible solution.” Norco Attachments is the manufacturer of the varied Wedgelock products that have become a key factor in Kautz’s business strategy. The excavators at RK Contractors are fitted with a host of Wedgelock rippers, custom buckets and compactor wheels. With quick couplers installed on all of the equipment, Kautz’s crews can assess the project’s requirements when they arrive onsite and quickly attach the best tool for the job. Then, as the project progresses, they can switch tools easily to adapt to specific conditions, according to Kautz. Noble also is responsible for designing and installing all the custom hydraulics and auxiliary valves that operate the specialized gear on RK Contractors’ machinery. “He’s like our tech support,” said Kautz. “I’ve always felt I’m in the service business, not the sales business. Good service builds the kind of relationships that work best for both the customer and for Norco. The trust we have with Ryan lets us move past the ‘sales’ aspect and zero in on how to build his business,” Noble said. With his fire department mentality, Kautz also is devoted to a strict preventive maintenance program aimed at keeping his earth-

moving arsenal ready for action on a moment’s notice. He stocks a large inventory of his own service parts. High demand items such as hydraulic fittings and tires are always close to hand. His goal is to completely eliminate any downtime while he’s on a job site. Norco Attachments also plays a part in his maintenance plan, supplying Wedgelock shim kits. “The kits we get from Cameron include a variety of shim sizes to take out the ‘slop’ anywhere on the machine that has a pin. We can use them on any excavator, loader or dozer. They’re just part of our routine servicing for booms, sticks, buckets. They keep everything running smooth, which makes the equipment nicer to operate and extends its life, too,” Kautz said. Kautz pointed out that caring for the machines also keeps machines safer on the job site. With crews responding quickly to urgent customer needs, he feels it’s important to do everything possible to prevent accidents from happening. His Wedgelock couplers, for instance, were also a safetyconscious choice. “We rely on quick-change couplers. On some jobs, we might change attachments on a machine half a dozen times or more in a day. With the pin-type design of the Wedgelock couplers, we don’t have to worry about throwing an attachment. It just can’t happen.” About Norco Attachments Wedgelock couplers are available for all popular excavator makes and models from 5,000 lb. mini-ex’s up to 200,000 lb. mine shovels. The system was originally developed by Wedgelock, a family owned and operated business based in New Zealand. Norco Attachments recently entered into a joint venture with Wedgelock to manufacture and distribute the coupler system for North and Central America. More than 45,000 of the Wedgelock quick couplers are in service worldwide. For more information contact 877/2863411 or visit www.norcoattachments.com.


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Evans Construction and Four Corners Concrete. “We’re pouring foundation on top of the world,” Evans truck driver Jason Blair said. “This is one of the raddest places we’ve ever poured concrete.” “A lot of people are looking down from the tram and are like, ‘What are they doing there?’” Blair said. The drive from Teton Village to the top of Rendezvous is for professional drivers only. The 7.4-mi. (12 km) trip takes about an hour, and includes several heart-stopping moments, including the traverse across steep Laramie Bowl. During construction of the Aerial Tram in 2007, a concrete mixer partially slipped off the route. No such incidents occurred this time. Drivers persevered when they encountered a 500-lb. boulder blocking the Laramie traverse. They pushed the rock to the uphill side and drove past. “It’s a pretty crazy ride,” Blair said. “The first time, it’s intimidating. But it’s pretty cool. It definitely sets you apart from the other drivers.” The trucks backed down toward Corbet’s and began pumping cement without incident. The communications devices all will be inside the building. A propane tank will power the communications system for up to three months, workers said. All of the cement for the structure was poured on Sept. 3, Scott Rinn, of Four Corners Concrete, said. The outside of the building will be covered in rocks and stone to give it a natural look, he said. “When we’re done,” he said, “we go back down to civilization.”

Holt Names New Controllers Holt CAT, the Caterpillar equipment and engine dealer for south, central, north and north east Texas, has named Eric Burke as financial operations controller and Susan Nufer as dealership operations controller. Burke and Nufer will work closely with each other while having responsibility for different financial functions within the organization. Burke has been with Holt CAT since 2008 and was director of internal audit prior to his appointment. Nufer, who has been with Holt for eleven years, has held several positions including controller of affiliated companies and most recently, assistant controller. For more information, visit www.holtcat.com. Eric Burke Susan Nufer


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The Model 353 is equipped with 50,000 lbs. (22,679 kg) outriggers, which can raise the trailer deck and also side shift the trailer to align the bus or equipment being loaded onto the trailer.

Landoll Corporation, a manufacturer of specialty transport trailers, has designed and built an all-new double drop traveling axle trailer to transport a wide variety of oversize, over-height equipment including motor coaches, metro buses, front end loaders and tall mast forklifts. The Model 353 is designed with full hydraulic manual controls along with full

function wireless remote hand-held controls. The loaded deck height is only 26 in. (66 cm) and has a low load angle of 5 degrees. The Model 353 is equipped with 50,000 lbs. (22,679 kg) outriggers, which can raise the trailer deck and also side shift the trailer to align the bus or equipment being loaded onto the trailer. Two sets of aluminum ramps are included along with a mechanical “well

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Landoll standard equipment including centralized grease system, Grote wiring harness and LED lights. This also includes Landoll’s 5 year Limited Warranty package. Landoll Corporation is a manufacturer of equipment transport trailers from 5 to 60 ton (4.5 to 54 t) capacity. For more information, call 785/562-5381 or visit www.landoll.com.

Rubber-Edged Containment Plows Take on Wet, Heavy Snow Pro-Tech offers a complete line of rubberedged Sno Pusher containment plows for snow removal. These models perform best in wet, heavy snow, which allows the rubber edge to squeegee the surface clean. Plus, with heavily supported frames and no moving parts, ProTech’s Sno Pushers are engineered with durability in mind, according to the manufacturer. Pro-Tech’s rubber edges feature an optimum balance of hardness and flexibility characteristics, and they are manufactured using a continuous extrusion process. This means the rubber resists tearing, and it upholds a tensile strength greater than 2,000 psi, which is more than twice the strength of molded rubber alternatives. The edges also are installed at the ideal angle of attack to squeegee surfaces in the most effective manner, according to the manufacturer. The forgiveness of Pro-Tech’s rubber edge design accommodates inexperienced containment plow operators. Even when the unit is not kept level with the surface, it will produce a clean pass, and the risk of damaging surfaces is much lower when compared with steel edges — especially on concrete and gravel. A total of 45 rubber-edged Sno Pushers are available with options for attaching to any make of loader, backhoe, skid steer and compact tractor. The 10- to 20-ft. (3 to 6 m) loader models are capable of pushing 12 to 26 cu. yds. (9 to 20 cu m)

of snow in one pass, respectively. The 10- to 14ft. (3 to 4.3 m) backhoe models can push 9 to 13 cu. yds. (7 to 10 cu m), and the 6- to 12-ft. (1.8 to 3.6 m) skid steer models can push 5 to 11 cu. yds. (3.8 to 8.4 cu m). Pro-Tech also manufactures a Super Duty line for attaching to large excavating loaders, Fold-Out models for transporting within traffic lanes, and Pull-Back models for removing snow up against loading docks or doors. For maximum strength the Sno Pushers are fully welded, and they use horizontal and vertical channeling made of thick steel. Furthermore, triangular gussets provide optimal support between the moldboard and side plates. Because of their simple, yet durable designs, Pro-Tech’s rubber-edged Sno Pushers require little maintenance and are not susceptible to malfunction, so operators experience practically no downtime on the job, according to the manufacturer. Options include a variety of wear shoes and a level gauge. Binder kits are available for backhoe and loader models, and skid steer products can be equipped with a quick-attach mounting system. Like all other Pro-Tech Sno Pushers, the rubberedged models come with a 10-year limited war-

ranty and a free freight program. Besides the rubberedged models, Pro-Tech also offers a full line of steel trip-edge containment plows and the Switchblade series, which features both rubber and steel trip edges. All models are

available for any make of loader, backhoe or skid steer. For more information, contact 888/PUSH-SNO or visit www.snopusher.com.

A total of 45 rubber-edged Sno Pushers are available with options for attaching to any make of loader, backhoe, skid steer and compact tractor.


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Both the PF6160 and PF6170 are powered by a 205-hp (153 kW) Tier III-certified Cummins engine.

Volvo Wheel-Mounted Pavers Built for Productivity, Uptime The Volvo PF6160 and PF6170 wheel-mounted pavers are part of the PF6000-Series highway-class asphalt paver line that utilizes global technology to provide solutions that increase paving performance and provides maximum uptime for the machine. Both the PF6160 and PF6170 are powered by a 205-hp (153 kW) Tier III-certified Cummins engine. A level-load suspension design uses the two drive wheels and the center of the bogie hydraulic system. This provides consistent and even ground con-

tact for stability. Both the PF6160 and the PF6170 come standard with the two-wheel front-wheel assist; however, the PF6170 can be configured with an optional four-wheel front-wheel assist for all-wheel-drive capability. The torque is adjusted based on the hopper load, optimizing the machineâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s traction. Material Management A number of features on these pavers provide contractors with more options in material flow. The auger system is independent of the

conveyor system with each of the two auger and conveyor drives using sonic sensors for more precise handling of material. The conveyor system has chains that are automatically tensioned for proper performance and less downtime. The conveyor chain cover cleans itself, providing easier maintenance. Reversible augers and conveyors are optional equipment. A hopper capacity of 14.38 tons (13.04 t) gives each paver a practical production rate of 820 tons (744 t) per hour. Standard on all PF6000-Series pavers are hopper

locks that keep hopper wings secure during transport. Operator Controls The PF6160 and PF6170 feature dual control stations, which can pivot at two points for comfort, and each seat may be extended beyond the edge of the machine for improved visibility. An open deck space improves mobility for the operator and increases visibility, and secure handrails provide added safety. The operator panel keeps all controls, gauges and warning lights at the fingertips of

the operator, with the ability for the panel to tilt or swivel to fit the comfort of the operator. Choice of Screed The Volvo PF6160 and PF6170 can fit the Omni 318, Omni 1000 or Ultimat 200 screeds, allowing the flexibility to build a paver to fit the needs of the application. Both pavers have a screed width of 10 ft. (3 m) and a maximum paving width of 26 ft. (8 m). PF6000Series pavers have a 30-kW generator providing plenty of power to the screeds.


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1981 Blaw Knox RW 100 road widener, broom, hydrostatic drive, J.D. diesel engine

1998 Blaw Knox PF 3172 paver, Cummins diesel engine, Omni IIIA screed 10-18 ft

2004 Hamm HD120HV double drum 78" vibratory roller, high frequency, Deutz diesel engine

1982 Athey 7-12D force feed loader, John Deere diesel engine, 30 ft conveyor

2008 Etnyre chip spreader, computerized, 13 ft spread hopper, hydrostatic drive, front wheel drive, Cummins diesel engine

2002 Cat CS433C single smooth drum 66” vibratory roller, diesel

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Asphalt Drum Mixers Offers Durable Cold Feed Bins

ADM cold feed bins are equipped with tapered sidewalls and a specially designed belt feeder.

Offered in both stationary and portable designs, cold feed bins from Asphalt Drum Mixers Inc. (ADM) are engineered and constructed for maximum durability. Built to withstand abrasive aggregates and other job site abuse, the bins are manufactured with all welded painted steel, industrial strength columns and end bracing to outlast other similar systems, according to the manufac-

turer. ADM cold feed bins are equipped with tapered sidewalls and a specially designed belt feeder to virtually eliminate plugging and bridging problems, whether the bin is heaped or low. Material flow is further enhanced by a fully adjustable radial gate system with self-relieving tapered discharge opening. These features all work together to

simplify operation and ensure high quality asphalt production. The bins provide more capacity and better accuracy for Superpave and other high specification mixes. Available in single bin and multi-bin configurations, ADM cold feed bins are compatible with any control system and can be retrofitted to add extra tonnage capacity to existing cold feed systems,

regardless of brand. The bins are offered with bolt-on or hinged extensions, and minimal onsite assembly is required. A family-owned company since 1974, Asphalt Drum Mixers Inc. offers asphalt plants, auxiliary equipment, parts and service. For more information, call 260/637-5729 or visit www.admasphaltplants.com.


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Case Construction Equipment offers the DV Series tandem-drum vibratory rollers with engines that deliver from 31 to 48 hp (23 to 36 kW). The Case tandem-drum line features high centrifugal forces, dual frequency and a hydrostatic drive that provides traction and performance even on steep slopes. The tandem-drum DV201, DV202 and DV204 models range from operating weights of 5,510 to 7,720 lbs. (2,500 to 3,500 kg), with drum widths from 39.4 to 51.2 in. (100 to 130 cm). Drum frequency on Case DV rollers ranges from 3,180 to 3,720 vpm (53 to 62 Hz) with centrifugal forces from 4,580 to 8,877 lbs. (2,077 to 4,026 kg).


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Winter Clothing Drive for the CCC. The AGC is holding a clothing drive for Construction Careers Center (CCC) students. Donations of coats, hats, gloves and scarves for students of the CCC are needed at this time. The students ride Metro to school and have to wait in the frigid temperatures for the bus to arrive. It would be greatly appreciated if you could make a donation of gloves, scarves and hats or a monetary contribution. Checks can be made out to the Construction Careers Center (please note in the memo line, “hats, coats, and gloves donation”). We will collect all items at the AGC office (6330 Knox Industrial Drive, St. Louis, MO) until the end of the year. If you have any questions, please contact Nancy Valentine at 314-781-2356, extension 103 or at nvalentine @agcstl.org. 2011 CLUB. Join the elite 2011 Club before the January 31, 2011 deadline. By contributing $2,011, member companies become part of the 2011 club and receive special recognition at all AGC of St. Louis and Construction Careers Center events throughout 2011 as well as other benefits. For more information, contact Bill Lovett, Publication Director, 800-369-6220, extension, 3448; fax: 352-331-3525; blovett@naylor.com. Successful 2010 Build St. Louis Expo. The Build St. Louis Expo was a great success! The aisles were full of representatives from all facets of the industry. All of the booths were sold, so attendees had some great new specialty contractors to meet and view new products on the market by the suppliers. The expo gave another meaning to the words “social networking” and actually shaking hands. Our appreciation to our industry participants – St. Louis Council or Construction Consumers, AIA St. Louis, St. Louis Minority Business Council and Contractors Assistance Program who helped promote the event to their members.

E Tip’s Universal Filter Preheater Helps Prevent Fuel Gelling A new product to help prevent diesel and bio-diesel fuel gelling in cold weather was announced by Hugh Goulding, president of E TIP Inc. The launch of the new product adds to the range of products for security, safety and maintenance. Cold conditions often affect fuel flow during start-up and in daily operations. When it is cold enough to cause gelling in the fuel over-the-road trucks, heavy machinery, automobiles, generators and other equipment that must operate in low temperatures can become disabled. The gelling plugs the filter preventing passage of the fuel. The only solution is to replace the filter or warm up the fuel until it flows again. This sometimes requires towing the equipment to an inside location or bringing a heater to the equipment site. Fuel filters for bulk tank dispensing pumps also can be affected. The universal filter preheater is a thin, flexible, silicone/fiberglass heating pad that easily wraps around the metal filter housing to maintain full contact and to evenly transmit heat quickly through the metal of the filter housing helping to avoid the risk of fuel gelling. It converts the metal filter housing

into the heating element. It is an electric blanket for the fuel filter housing. Springs and nylon ties hold it in place When it is time to change the filter element, the universal filter preheater is easily released for transfer to the new filter housing. Fuel gelling and related problems are avoided, according to the manufacturer. Drawing 85 watts, the preheater is available in several voltages: direct current 12v and 24v, and alternating current 120v and 240v and a dual grid model combining the option of powering with direct current or alternating current in the same universal filter preheater. Measuring 4 by 7 in. (10 by 18 cm) it is designed to fit a diameter of 2.5 to 4 in. (6.3 to 10 cm) (circumference of 8 to 12 in. (20 to 30.5 cm)). The Universal Filter Preheater carries a three year warranty. The standard engine oil and hydraulic peel and stick fiberglass/silicone preheaters also are being used to warm fuel tanks. At 120V, they stick to the outside of the tank and warm the fuel overnight. No cutting or welding is necessary, just thoroughly clean off the mounting area and stick it on. For information, visit www.etipinc.com.


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JCB .................................................................................18 JFW EQUIPMENT INC...................................................28 JOHN DEERE.................................................................19 JOHN DEERE SKID STEER..........................................24 KLEIN PRODUCTS INC...................................................5

CLASSIFIEDS.................................................................33

KOMATSU AMERICA CORP .........................................15

CLM EQUIPMENT CO INC..............................................2

LASER-GRADER MFG ....................................................8

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LEEBOY..........................................................................30

ATTACHMENTS ODD ISSUES PROMO...............32 CONEXPO PROMO ...............................................13 WANTED .................................................................34 EXCAVATOR & ATTACHMENTS PROMO ..............7 DITCH WITCH WEST ....................................................22

RITCHIE BROS. AUCTIONEERS AUCTION UPDATE.................................................43 ROAD BUILDERS MACHINERY ................................6,44 SAKAI AMERICA INC.....................................................31

DYNAPAC .......................................................................29

TAKEUCHI ......................................................................25

FLANGE LOCK.................................................................6

TEREX TRUCKS ............................................................20

FLECO ATTACHMENTS ..................................................6

TOPCON POSITIONING SYSTEMS...............................8

GOMACO CORP............................................................30

VAUGHAN AUCTION GROUP LLC...............................40

HENDRIX MACHINERY LLC ...........................................3 IROCK CRUSHERS .......................................................12 IRON PLANET ONLINE AUCTION..................................................37 JAMES G MURPHY CO CHOWCHILLA CA ..................................................35

WESTERN CONSTRUCTION AUCTIONS PERRIS CA .............................................................39 YANMAR AMERICA .......................................................21 YODER & FREY AUCTIONEERS KISSIMMEE FL AUCTION......................................40

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2005 Case 1850K LT, #91406, Cab/AC, SemiU/Tilt Blade, Ripper, Approx. 4100 hrs..$87,500

2006 Komatsu PC270LC-8LF, #81217, 60’ Long Reach, 33.5” Shoes, New Paint, 4500 Hrs ............................................................$156,000

1999 CAT D5M LGP; #91087, Cab/AC, 6-Way Blade, 6400 Hrs ....................................$59,500

2009 Komatsu WA150-5; #91445, Cab/AC, GP Bkt, New Tires, 1900 Hrs ......................$73,500

2000 Bomag BW177-DH-3, #81208, OROPS, Single-Smooth Drum, Approx. 1950 Hrs............ ..............................................................$39,500

2004 Ingersoll Rand SD45D, #80792, 800 Hrs, OROPS, 54” Smooth Drum ..................$46,500

2006 Deere 655C, #91256, Cab/AC, Ripper, 20” Tracks, GP Bucket w/ Teeth, Approx. 2500 hrs ......................................................$107,500

1998 Komatsu PC300LC-6LC; #91129, JRB QC, 13’ Arm, Recent Paint, 9500 Hrs ............$76,500

2008 Komatsu D65EX-15EO, #81138, Cab, A/C, Drawbar, Approx. 1650 Hrs, S/U Blade $189,500

2002 Deere 770C, #91184, Tall Cab, A/C, 12’ Moldboard, Approx. 5375 Hrs ............$114,500

1986 Rex SP848PD, #91359, OROPS, 84” Padfoot w/ Blade, Detroit Power, Approx. 1700 hrs ........................................................$17,500

2003 CAT 615C II: #81084, Cab/AC, New Paint, 29.5R-25 Tires, Approx. 4400 hours ..$149,500

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