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The ongoing construction of the $587 million SR 520 Evergreen Point Floating Bridge and Landings Project in Seattle, Wash. — the longest floating bridge in the world to date — is a complex and sophisticated project.

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TxDOT Needs Floating Bridge, Landing at Least $1B Project Proves Complex a Year More Irwin Rapoport CEG CORRESPONDENT

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The ongoing construction of the $587 million SR 520 Evergreen Point Floating Bridge and Landings Project in Seattle, Wash. — the longest floating bridge in the world to date — is a complex and sophisticated project. It is bringing together underwater and surface construction techniques and the utilization of a wide variety of equipment to ensure that the delivery date is met. The project, commissioned by the Washington State Department of Transportation (WSDOT), is being constructed via a joint venture consisting of Kiewit Corporation, General Construction and Manson Construction (KGM). Work began in September 2011,

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FORT WORTH, Texas (AP) The Texas Department of Transportation needs an additional $1 billion a year to keep up with maintenance on 80,000 mi. (128,747 km) of roads in the state, the agency’s executive director said Jan. 10. Phil Wilson told a group of officials that TxDOT also is likely to need an additional $3 billion a year to deal with growing congestion on interstates and other roads. Lawmakers have already said Texas will see TXDOT page 30

see KGM page 40

Business Calendar ........30 Paving Section ........31-37 Auction Company Profiles Section ......................41-55 Advertisers Index ..........54

Construction Sector Adds 30,000 Jobs in Dec. Construction employers added 30,000 jobs in December while the industry’s unemployment rate hit 13.5 percent, according to an analysis of new federal data

released Jan. 4 by the Associated General Contractors of America. Association officials noted that the monthly increase was the largest in nearly two years, driven primarily

by increases in private sector demand for construction. “Resurgent demand for new housing construction and modest growth in private commercial con-

struction are helping create some new construction jobs,” said Ken Simonson, the association’s chief economist. “Now that the threat of see EMPLOYMENT page 30


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2008 Cat D6K XL, Stk# 8231, OROPS, 6 Way Blade, Sweeps, Rear & Side Screens, 6 Way Blade, 1,847 hrs., 80% U/C, Cat PA50-82VE Winch s/n 0701480, 22" Pads, 10 ft. Blade ........ ............................................................$109,000

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2009 Cat D8T, Stk# 8117, EROPS, A/C, Semi U Blade w/Hyd. Tilt, 2,515 hrs., 80% U/C, Rear Ripper s/n TDD01421, 24" Pads, 11' 8" Height ... .............................................................$475,000

2007 Cat D6T LGP, Stk# 7990, EROPS, A/C, St/Tilt Blade, 80% U/C, 8000 Hrs, 36” Pads, 10’7” From Track to Track, 13’4” Blade, 11’ Height..................................................$159,500

2007 Komatsu PC200LC-8, Stk# 8133, EROPS, A/C, 5462 Hrs, 47” Bkt, 32” Pads, 10’6” Wide .. ..............................................................$86,500

2009 Cat 336DL, Stk# 8366, EROPS, A/C, FM 2005 Cat D6R II LGP, Stk# 8047, EROPS, A/C, Stereo, 4,660 hrs., 80% U/C, 64" Bucket, 34" Sweeps, Rear Screen, St./Tilt Blade, 7415 Hrs, Pads, 11' 3" Wide.................................$169,500 95% U/C, w/Winch, 13’ Blade ............$129,500

2008 Magnum MMG35, Stk# 8347, 55KW, 8,343 hrs., Trailer Mounted, ST205/75R15 Tires, Jdeere Diesel Eng....................................$8,500

2009 Cat D8T, Stk# 8233, EROPS, A/C, Rear Screen, St/Tilt Blade, 2,834 hrs., 28" Pads, 75% U/C, Allied W12E Winch, 11' 4" Ht., 9' 7" Track to Track, 11'6" w/Frame, 16'4" Blade ......$425,000

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2012 Doosan DX225LC, Stk# 8340, EROPS, A/C, 2009 Cat D5K LGP, Stk# 8262, EROPS, A/C, Sweeps, 6 Way Blade, 2,822 hrs., 26" Pads, 10' FM Stereo, 11 hrs., 46" Bucket, 32" Pads, 10' 6" Wide, Doosan Eng...................................$139,500 6" Blade ................................................$89,500

2008 Cat 301.8, Stk# 8204, OROPS, 1,188 hrs., 16" Bucket, Aux. Hyd., 9" Rubber Tracks, 53" Blade, 3 Cyl. Mitsubishi Eng ................$17,500

2003 Takeuchi TB53FR, Stk# 8143, EROPS, 5657 Hrs, 23” Bkt, Aux. Hyd, 16” Rubber Tracks, 78” Blade, 4 Cyl. YanMar Eng ..............$24,500

2006 Ingersoll-Rand SD70D TF, Stk# 8383, 66" Smooth Drum, 1,133 hrs., 14.9X24 Tires, 4 Cyl. Cummins Eng............................................$40,500

2008 Cat 226B Series II, Stk# 8279, OROPS, 1,191 hrs., 67" Bucket, Aux. Hyd., 13" Rubber Tracks, 4 Cyl. Cat Eng. ..........................$21,500

2005 Case 865, Stk# 8411, 7,883 hrs., EROPS, 2008 Cat 320DLRR, Stk# 8342, EROPS, A/C, FM 2005 Genie S80, Stk# 8332, OROPS, 80 ft., A/C, 8.3 Cummins Turbo Charge Eng., 14.00x24 Stereo, 3146 Hrs, 52” Bkt, 32” Pads, 10’5” Wide 4,608 hrs., 4 Cyl. Duetz Eng., 385/65-22.5 Tires Tires, Rear Ripper .....................................$89,500 ............................................................$109,500 ..............................................................$42,500

2005 Ditch Witch RT40, Stk# 8296, OROPS, 1,407 hrs., 4 Way Blade, 64" Blade, Sliding Boom, 26x12.00x12 Tires, 3 Cyl. Duetz Eng. ...... ...............................................................$13,500

2009 Cat D3K LGP, Stk# 8306, OROPS, 6 Way Blade, 2,325 hrs., 25" Pads, 10' 4" Blade .......... ..............................................................$48,500

1997 Skytrack 8042, Stk# 8327, 8,000 lbs., 42 2006 Multiquip MQ Power, Stk# 8151, 191 hrs., ft. 5,107 hrs., 4WD, 4WS, 48" Forks, 72" Frame, 25KVA, 14KW, 175x80D13 Tires, 4 Cyl. Izusu Eng Aux. Hyd., Hyd. Self Leveling System, 13.00x24 ....................................................................$9,500 Tires ......................................................$28,500

2006 Kobelco SK210LC-6, Stk# 8344, EROPS, A/C, FM Stereo, 4,583 hrs., 42" Bucket w/Hyd. Thumb, 32" Pads, 6 Cyl. Mits. Eng., 10' 6" Wide ..............................................................$62,500

2005 Komatsu FG25T-11, Stk# 8234, 5,000 lbs., 2008 Cat 330DL, Stk# 8323, EROPS, A/C, 4,635 1999 Cat 140HVP, Stk# 8285, EROPS, A/C, 2002 Takeuchi TB016, Stk# 8227, OROPS, 2,801 7 ft., 1,366 hrs., 2WD, 48" Forks, 42" Frame, hrs., 52" Bucket, 34" Pads, 11' 4" Wide .............. 15,354 Hrs, 14’ M/B, 14.00Rx24 Tires, 10’3” hrs., 18" Bucket, Aux. Hyd., 9" Rubber Tracks, 39" 600x9 Rear Tires, 7.00x12 Front Tires, 4 Cyl. ............................................................$155,500 Height, 8’ Wide..........................................$99,500 Blade, 3 Cyl. YanMar Eng ........................$9,500 Nissan Propane Gas Eng ........................$8,500

2007 Cat 247B, Stk# 8171, OROPS, 2115 Hrs, 70” Bkt, 15” Rubber Tracks, 4 Cyl. Perkins Eng, Aux Hyd ................................................$26,500

2006 John Deere 650J LGP, Stk# 8404, HYSTAT, 2001 Broce BB250B, Stk# 8290, OROPS, 1,067 hrs., 3 Wheel, 8 ft. Broom, 4 Cyl. Kubota Eng., OROPS, Eng. Encl., 6 Way Blade, 5,089 hrs., 70% U/C, 28" Pads, 10' 9" Blade...........$38,500 St205/75Rx14 Tires ..................................$9,500

2006 Skytrak 10054, Stk# 8258, 10,000 lbs., 54 2009 Cat 336DL, Stk# 8341, EROPS, A/C, FM 2006 John Deere 650J LGP, Stk# 8137, EROPS, ft., 2,752 hrs., 4WD, 4WS, 48" Forks, 52" Frame, Stereo, 3331 Hrs, 57” Bkt, 34” Pads, 11’4” Wide A/C, FM Stereo, Forestry Package, 6-Way Blade, Aux. Hyd., Hyd. Self Leveling System, 4 Cyl. ............................................................$179,000 4725 Hrs, 10’9” Blade ..........................$69,500 Cummins Eng............................................$59,500

2008 Magnum MLG20, Stk# 8308, 20KW, 6,153 hrs., 4 Cyl. Izusu Eng., 205x75R15x975 Tires .. ..............................................................$7,250

2006 John Deere 650J LT, Stk# 8181, EROPS, A/C, Sweeps, 6-Way Blade, 2077 Hrs, 75% U/C, 18” Pads, 8’9” Wide ..............................$67,500

2007 Ditch Witch RT40, Stk# 8394, OROPS, 797 hrs., 6 WB, 64" Blade, Slide Boom Shift, 6" Trench, 29x12.50x15 Tires, 3 Cyl. Deutz Eng. ....$15,500


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Bantam C-35 Crawler Shovel, 1:50 Scale ......................$70

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Komatsu HM250 Articulated Truck, 1:50 Scale ............$80

Bobcat A300 Skid Steer Loader, 1:25 Scale ..................$40

Komatsu PC14R Mini-Excavator, 1:32 Scale ................$50

Bobcat E35 Compact Excavator, 1:25 Scale ................$60

Caterpillar 226B3 Skid Steer Loader, 1:32 Scale ..........$50

Komatsu PC200 Excavator, 1:50 Scale ........................$105

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Komatsu PC350 LC Excavator, 1:50 Scale ....................$90

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Caterpillar 432E Backhoe/Loader, 1:50 Scale ..............$75

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Bobcat M400 Gold 50th Anniversary Skid Steer Loader, 1:25 Scale..........................................................................$25 Bobcat M610 Golden 50th Anniversary Skid Steer Loader ..............................................................................$25 Bobcat S175 Skid Steer Loader, 1:25 Scale ..................$45 Bobcat S205 Skid Steer Loader & Pick-Up Truck/Trailer

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NCI Building System Employees Receive STEP Award Teresa Lee and Arlene Gonzalez, of honor for me to see them recognized for Houston-based NCI Building Systems, have their individual and collaborative efforts.” each been recognized by The Manufacturing Following the acquisition of Institute and partners with the inaugural SteelBuilding.com in 2005, a project known Women in Manufacturing STEP (Science, as ExpressPlus was initiated in the spring of Technology, Engineering and Production) 2007 to enhance the online customer experiAward for excellence and leadership in man- ence. Lee was then charged with evaluating ufacturing. the existing e-commerce business and transLee and Gonzalez join select honorees forming it into a profitable and efficient from across the country, representing all lev- online business model for the NCI Buildings els of manufacturing from the factory floor Division. to the C-suite. In Texas, they rose to the top. “In an industry where there are far more men than women in leadership positions, Teresa and Arlene have both truly stood out as being highly capable and clearly worthy of recognition through both their work ethic and a superlative commitment to quality,” said Tom Boal, vice president of engineering and drafting, NCI Building Systems. “They each played an integral role in launching our ExpressPlusä program and then growing it into something that can be called a remarkable success, by any measure. It’s an Arlene Gonzalez. Teresa Lee.

The Web-based system was built to help configure, price and sell metal buildings. After implementing a successful new model and then serving as the production manager the first few years, Lee passed the day-today responsibilities to Gonzalez in 2010, who oversees all orders from the initial quote stage to customer support, continuing through delivery. From the growth perspective, Gonzalez has effectively doubled the operation each of the first two years she’s had it. Both share credit for the success of ExpressPlus and remain important as the business moves into the future. The STEP Awards are part of the larger STEP Ahead initiative launched by The Manufacturing Institute, Deloitte, University of Phoenix and the Society of Manufacturing Engineers to examine and promote the role of women in the manufacturing industry through recognition, research, and best practices for attracting, advancing and retaining strong female talent. “These hardworking women are the faces of exciting careers

in manufacturing,” said Jennifer McNelly, president, The Manufacturing Institute. “We chose to honor these women because they each made significant achievements in manufacturing through positive impact on their company and the industry as a whole.” A 2011 survey from Deloitte and The Manufacturing Institute found that nearly 70 percent of American manufacturing companies have a moderate to severe shortage of available, qualified workers. Manufacturing companies cannot fill as many as 600,000 skilled positions, even as unemployment numbers hover at historically high levels. Additionally, labor statistics show that women are underrepresented in the manufacturing workforce and in manufacturing leadership ranks — a situation that must be reversed to preserve and grow the industry. On Feb. 5, The Manufacturing Institute and its STEP Ahead initiative partners will recognize Lee, Gonzalez and other recipients of the STEP Awards at a reception in Washington, D.C. The STEP Awards program will highlight each honoree’s story, including their leadership and accomplishments in manufacturing. For more information, visit ncigroup.com or www.themanufacturinginstitute.org.

‘Dump Hunger’ Campaign to Fill Five Dump Trucks With Food When the calendar turns to January, donations to local food banks drop dramatically — a 36 percent decrease on average in Idaho alone. In 2008, the Dump Hunger campaign planned to fill one dump truck with 75,000 lbs. of food and support local food banks when donations are needed most. Five years and nearly two million lbs. of food later, the 2013 Dump Hunger campaign launched with its loftiest goal yet. Western States CAT, Albertsons and Wells Fargo plan to fill five dump trucks and raise 375,000 lbs. for community food banks across the Intermountain West. “Hunger is just as prevalent today, if not greater, as it was when we launched Dump Hunger five years ago to support the communities we call home,” said Western States President Tom Harris. “This daily struggle for many families doesn’t change after the holidays. Due to the tremendous support of our customers, employees and the great partners of Albertsons and

Wells Fargo we’re excited to fill those trucks and give back to the communities we serve throughout the Intermountain West.” Dump Hunger kicked off in early January and runs to Feb. 8 throughout Idaho, western Wyoming and Montana, and eastern Oregon and Washington. The goal of the 2013 campaign is to fill five Cat 730 dump trucks, the industry’s largest payload vehicle in its class, which are individually capable of holding 75,000 lbs. of food. Food donations to the campaign can be made at any Western States CAT location, participating Albertsons stores or Wells Fargo locations. Western States CAT and Wells Fargo locations also accept monetary contributions for the campaign. Donations made to Dump Hunger stay in the local communities, supporting food banks at the most critical time of year. Participating food banks with online donation capabilities also are listed at www.westernstatescat.com/dumphunger.

“We take pride in giving back to the communities we serve, especially when it involves fighting hunger,” said Mike Clawson, president of Albertsons Intermountain West. “Dump Hunger has made a tremendous impact in our neighborhoods when food banks need our help the most. We look forward to seeing the passion and commitment of our team members, guests and partners in action as we kick off another successful campaign.” “Our team members are passionate about fighting hunger in our communities year round,” said Don Melendez, Idaho Regional president of Wells Fargo. “We take great pride in being a partner in the Dump Hunger Campaign and helping food banks around the region start the year with plenty of food in their pantries.” In addition to customer food donations, Albertsons will contribute $10,000 in food items and Wells Fargo will donate $25,000 cash to the participating food bank partners involved with Dump Hunger.

“We continue to see an increase in demand for our services, and the Dump Hunger campaign is critical to our post-holiday efforts to meet this demand,” said Karen Vauk, president and CEO of The Idaho Foodbank. “Hunger is a problem that impacts families and seniors in every neighborhood and region, often regardless of employment status. The Idaho Foodbank and our network of partners serve those who need help during challenging financial times until they are able to move forward. Dump Hunger enables us to better serve those in need after the holidays.” While the need for food continues to grow, food banks are experiencing a dramatic shift in donation sources and types of food received. Manufacturing overruns, excess inventory and canned food drives have been a substantial source of food in years past, however more efficient manufacturing procedures have decreased the number of shelf-stable donations provided by campaigns such as Dump Hunger. While perishable food sources help

fill some of the need, those served by food banks continue to ask for shelf-stable foods that they can store and use over time to feed their families. Ways to Donate Those interested in donating food to Dump Hunger can do so at any Western States location or participating Albertsons stores and Wells Fargo branches in Idaho, western Wyoming and Montana, and eastern Oregon and Washington. Monetary donations can be made at participating Wells Fargo locations or online through some participating food banks. More details are available at www.westernstatescat.com/dumphunger. For more information on Albertsons, visit www.albertsons.com. For more information on Western States CAT, visit www.westernstatescat.com. For more information on Wells Fargo, visit www.wellsfargo.com.


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1999 Komatsu PC270LC-6; #91719, 11’6� Arm, 31.5� Tracks, 5350 Hrs ........................$89,500

2006 Komatsu D65EX-15E0; #91603, Cab/AC, 26� Tracks, Sweeps, Ripper, 4350 Hrs$159,500

1990 Deere 744E; #91733, Cab, 4.75 Yd Bkt, 23.5-25 Tires ........................................$49,500

1997 Dynapac CA151PD; #91393, OROPS, 66� Padfoot, Vibration, 3200 Hrs ................$29,500

2002 Komatsu PC300LC-6; #91646, Cab/AC, 33.5� Shoes, 13’ Arm, 10,700 Hrs ........$76,500

1998 Caterpillar 140H; #81831, Cab/AC, 14’ Moldboard, Ripper, 6850 Hrs..............$139,500

2003 Komatsu WA180-3; #91673, Cab/AC, Ride Control, JRB QC, 8800 Hrs ..........$47,500

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Legacy Helps ODOT Double Its Salt Storage Capacity The Tulsa Port of Catoosa has opened a new bulk salt storage facility for the Oklahoma Department of Transportation (ODOT). Erected by Legacy Building Solutions, the massive tension fabric structure provides 50,000 tons (45,359 t) of storage capacity for roadway deicing salt, nearly doubling ODOT’s available storage across the state. “ODOT will distribute the salt stored at this new location to maintenance distribution sheds ahead of impending snow or ice events during the winter,” said Craig Swengle, associate vice president of Dewberry Engineers Inc., the primary engineer/architect for public improvements at the Port of Catoosa. “Previously, salt was stored in the open and covered with tarps after being off-loaded from barges. The new building will protect the salt supply from being compromised by wind and precipitation.” Measuring 203 ft. (62 m) wide by 400 ft. (122 m) long, the structure features 16-ft. (4.9 m) cast-in-place concrete walls and a rigid frame roof design that maximizes the usable interior space. To eliminate corrosion concerns, Legacy Building Solutions installed a PVC tension fabric roof with structural steel frame that peaks to a maximum height of 70 ft. (21 m). All of the building’s steel, components and hardware are hot dip galvanized.

The Tulsa Port of Catoosa was strategically chosen as the site for the new facility because it allows ODOT to transport salt to the northern part of the state on a barge via inland waterway.

The Tulsa Port of Catoosa has opened a new bulk salt storage facility that provides 50,000 tons (45,359 t) of storage capacity for the Oklahoma DOT.

“Once the general contractor completed the footings and floors, Legacy installed the fabric building very quickly, in about two weeks,” said Swengle. “It was a very positive process with professional communication between Legacy and Dewberry throughout the project.” The new salt storage building is primarily cladded with tan fabric, while also incorporating a white skylight to allow sunlight to illuminate the structure’s interior. The building is ventilated with mesh eaves and is designed to withstand winds of 90 mph and hold snow loads of 20 lbs. (9 kg) per sq. ft. The Tulsa Port of Catoosa was strategically chosen as the site for the new facility because it allows ODOT to transport salt to the northern part of the state on a barge via inland waterway. This reduces material transportation costs for the taxpayers and provides an avenue to procure extra salt ship-

The massive tension fabric building was designed by Dewberry Engineers and constructed by Legacy Building Solutions.

ments when road deliveries aren’t feasible. Legacy Building Solutions specializes in the innovative design, engineering and construction of fabric-covered buildings for several different industries and applications. For more information, call 320/259-7126 or 877/2591528, or visit www.legacybuildingsolutions.com.

Ditch Witch Expands Its Operations Into Kan., Neb., Wyo. The Ditch Witch organization recently announced that Ditch Witch of West Texas, Inc., Amarillo, Texas, recently purchased the stock of Kansas UnderCon, Inc., doing business as Ditch Witch UnderCon. Ditch Witch of West Texas, Inc., is jointly owned by father and son team, Lenny and Jake Sadler. Lenny and Jake Sadler will continue to do business in Kansas and Nebraska under the name of Ditch Witch UnderCon. Their newly acquired territory includes all of Kansas except a few of the easternmost counties, central and western Nebraska and a portion of eastern Wyoming. The Kansas/Nebraska territory has three existing locations — Wichita, Kan.; Grand Island, Neb.; and Gering (Scottsbluff), Neb. The expansion into Kansas and Nebraska

seemed a natural move for the Sadlers, as their current territory borders the newly acquired territory. Territory for Ditch Witch UnderCon, includes the Texas panhandle, the Oklahoma panhandle and Curry County in New Mexico. Jake has already moved his family to Wichita, Kan., to assume management of the Kansas and Nebraska locations, and Lenny will continue to manage the primary location in Amarillo. The Sadler family has a long and proud history with The Charles Machine Works, Inc. (CMW), manufacturer of Ditch Witch underground construction equipment. Russ Sadler, Lenny’s uncle and Jake’s grand uncle, came to work for CMW in the mid to late 50’s, and was the first owner of Ditch Witch of Oklahoma.

J.D. Sadler, Lenny’s father and Jake’s grandfather, was CMW’s Chief Financial Officer during the 60’s and 70’s until his retirement in 1983. During and following his graduation from college, Lenny worked for Ditch Witch of Oklahoma for a few years before purchasing Ditch Witch of West Texas, Inc., in 1972. Lenny’s brother, Mike, owned and operated Ditch Witch of Mississippi for several years. Another of Lenny’s brothers, Tony, worked at CMW for several years before moving to Amarillo to serve as Parts Manager for Ditch Witch of West Texas, which position he still holds today. Following in his father’s footsteps, Jake began working at Ditch Witch of West Texas in December, 2000 and as the saying goes, the rest is history.

Ditch Witch of West Texas, Inc., has been in the business of selling and servicing high quality underground construction equipment since March 14, 1966, and under the Sadlers’ management since Aug. 14, 1972. The company also offers rental of new and used equipment. In the seven year period from 2005 to 2011, Ditch Witch of West Texas, Inc., earned a place in the prestigious Ditch Witch Crescent Club Top Ten Dealers six times. Customers who do business with Ditch Witch of West Texas, Inc., at any of its five locations can be assured of a seamless, quality customer service experience, according to the company. For more information, visit www.dwundercon.com.


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The Interstate-880 corridor is a significant route for commuters traveling to and from the Silicon Valley, from the Tri Valley Area and Central Valley in the north, and the San Jose area to the south. Traffic has continued to increase along this route, primarily in the “Golden Triangle” area bounded by SR 237, Route 101, and I-880. The Santa Clara Valley Transportation Authority (VTA) and the California Department of Transportation (Caltrans) partnered to effectuate a $70 million improvement project that will add more than 4 mi. (6.4 km) of HOV (High Occupancy Vehicle, or carpool) lane in each direction of I-880 in Santa Clara County. The improvements take place between State Route 237 in the city of Milpitas and U.S. 101 in the city of San Jose. The project will fill an existing HOV lane gap by extending the HOV system that connects northern Santa Clara County to Alameda County, a distance of about 20 mi. (32 km). HOV lanes have been shown to be effective in reducing travel times during

peak commute hours. and off-ramps to I-880 at Brokaw The State’s Corridor Road Interchange, and construct Mobility Improvement a retaining wall throughout the Account (CMIA) funds allotcorridor. ted $50 million for the I-880 According to the The project, and the other $20 milTransportation Research Board, lion comes from VTA local “the travel time savings and program reserve funds. improved trip reliability of HOV Project goals include facilities provide incentives for increasing highway capacity, individuals to change from drivreducing congestion, enhancing alone to carpooling, vanpooling safety, and improving ing, or riding the bus.” connectivity between I-880 The first of its kind was a busand U.S.-101, two critical eleonly lane on Shirley Highway (Iments of Santa Clara 395) in northern Virginia outside County’s transportation netWashington, D.C., in 1969, folwork. lowed by the contraflow bus lane “Our planning, design and Crews used approximately 7,000 cu. yds. (5,352 cu m) of con- on the approach to New York execution of this project has crete for the HOV lanes and the retaining wall. New Jersey’s Lincoln Tunnel in been centered around keeping 1970. Both of these projects still both the public and our workers safe during HOV lane completed by summer 2013. serve significant volumes of commuters. Bay Cities is being aided by a handful of Major HOV systems now exist in many construction,” said Nilesh Pandya, Caltrans subcontractors including MF Maher Inc., metropolitan areas throughout the United resident engineer. “The end result will further enhance the Bortolussi & Watkins Inc., Linear Options, States. safety and mobility of the traveling public on Central Fence, Professional Tree Care, and (This story also can be found on Statewide Construction. this busy corridor.” Construction Equipment Guide’s Web site In addition to widening I-880 from six to at www.constructionequipmentguide.com.) Bay Cities of Concord, Calif., began the project in spring 2012 and plan to have the eight lanes, crews will widen and realign on CEG

The increase in traffic, particularly in the “Golden Triangle” area bounded by SR 237, Route 101, and I-880, has made the HOV lanes necessary.

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LiuGong Dealer On a Roll; Exceeds 2012 Sales Expectations Dennis McShane knew that success was exemplary service.” going to take some time when Westrax McShane said that once a highly respectMachinery took on the LiuGong construc- ed construction company like W.A. Rasic tion equipment brand in August of 2010. Not chose LiuGong, other Southern California only was the Chinese-based manufacturer companies took note and started making relatively unknown in North America, but inquiries. the California economy was in a deep slump “When W.A. Rasic Construction bought making any heavy equipment sale a chal- four LiuGong machines, our phones started lenge. ringing off the hook. Construction firms “We had a five-year plan for LiuGong,” appreciate the high-quality as well as the said McShane, sales manager of Westrax competitive pricing of LiuGong equipment. Machinery. “We really couldn’t have picked “The biggest challenge in selling a tougher time to take on this new equipment LiuGong equipment is getting a company to line. We kept hearing ‘Construction equip- try it,” continued McShane. “Once they get ment? In California? Are you serious?’ behind the wheel, they see for themselves People just weren’t buying back in 2010.” the quality of the machine and its overall That was then. Today’s story is quite dif- value.” ferent. For the Los Osos project, W.A. Rasic In 2012, McShane reported that his com- Construction needed two excavators and For the Los Osos project, W.A. Rasic Construction needed two excavators and two pany shattered its sales goals for LiuGong two wheel loaders. The firm purchased a wheel loaders. The firm purchased a 922D 50,500-lb. excavator (shown) and a since January 2012. This includes the first 922D 50,500-lb. (22,906 kg) excavator and 915D 31,460-lb. excavator. LiuGong ever sold in California and 2012 a 915D 31,460-lb. (14,270 kg) excavator. the market, as well as a large color LCD sales surpassed every projection Westrax The company also bought a pair of 842III Z (412 L). “The 915D can boost work efficiency by monitor with a user-friendly interface for Machinery had in its third year carrying the wheel loaders. brand. For Los Osos, W.A. Rasic Construction is up to 10 percent while cutting fuel use by 10 simple operation. The 842III Z loader has a Cummins McShane credits the support provided by building more than 150,000 linear ft. percent versus other excavators,” McShane LiuGong executives like Fred Ridenour, (45,720 m) of gravity water mains, sewer said. The unit’s smart engineering starts with QSB6.7, 193 gross hp (144 kW) engine with general manager of business operations and force mains, recycled effluent water force a Computer Aided Power Control [CAPC] a net horsepower of 186 (139 kW). The Marcus Menough, western regional sales mains, and laying subservice horizontal per- system. The CAPC automatically matches Loader has a standard bucket size of 3.5 cu. manager. forated pipe. Among this and other work, the the hydraulic output needs to the user’s yds. (2.7 cu m) and an operating weight of “We’ve gotten unbelievable support from company is also laying 27,019 linear ft. workload, delivering the right amount of 33,601 lbs. (15,241 kg). The standard buckLiuGong North America on every level from (8,235 m) of fiber optic conduit and putting power with the precise amount of fuel for et’s breakout force is 30,574 lbs. (13,868 sales to parts and service. They deserve a ton in five monitoring wells. The LiuGong each load. When extra breakout force is kg). The standard dump height is 9 ft. 9 in. (3 of credit for our success,” he said. machines handle much of the excavation needed, an automatic power boost provides m). a 10-second shot of up to 10 percent greater Some of the features that impressed W.A. McShane also said a key order was placed and loading work for the project. in late Spring by W.A. Rasic Construction of The 922D has a Cummins QSB6.7, 155 force. Plus, the 915D’s “straight-travel” Rasic Construction about the 842III Z was Long Beach, Calif. The company ordered hp (115.5 kW) engine and a travel speed of function automatically holds the machine in its easy engine access, a diagnostic system two LiuGong excavators and two wheel up to 3 mph (4.8 kmh). The machine has a a true line when moving forward, according that gives fast, accurate maintenance support, a wet-disc braking system and a loaders after winning the bid for work on the maximum digging depth of 21 ft. 8 in. (6.6 to the manufacturer. The 922D and 915D also have standard reversible cooling fan for easy cleaning as Los Osos Wastewater Project (Collection m) and an operating weight of 50,500 lbs. System Areas B and C) in San Luis Obispo (22,906 kg)for solid results on the job site. features like a closed, climate controlled cab, standard equipment. “The LiuGong machines will play a big County. The standard bucket capacity is 1.31 cu. yds. so crews can work year-round in comfort. W.A. Rasic Construction Vice President (1 cu m) and the fuel capacity is 108.8 gal. The units also offer one of the widest cabs on part in the successful completion of the Los Osos project. And as far as the daily costs David Lee said the LiuGong equipment versus other machines we considered, met his company’s high standards. LiuGong measures up well,” Lee said. “For the Los Osos project, there were McShane said that the word is spreading very strict emissions requirements written in his region about the quality and value of into the RFP — even high by California LiuGong equipment. standards,” Lee said. “LiuGong’s machines “With the economy the way it is, my cuscould meet those emissions standards, tomers are looking for the highest value and while having the quality and durability we return on every dollar they spend. When it require from every piece of equipment we comes to LiuGong, they know the purchase purchase. The competitive, value-driven works within their budget without sacrificprice was also enticing and a strong factor ing quality. We’re looking forward to a great in our decision-making process.” 2013.” Lee said they initially learned of For more information on W.A. Rasic LiuGong at the ConExpo 2011 tradeshow. Construction, call 562/928-6111 or visit “We were impressed by their quality as www.warasic.com. well as their determination to penetrate and For more information on Westrax secure a position in the North American Machinery, call 888/537-5458 or visit marketplace. We knew LiuGong was seriwww.westraxmachinery.net. ous because they had Dennis McShane on For more information about LiuGong call their team. We’ve worked with Dennis for 281/579-8882 or visit many years and trust him, knowing he only www.LiuGongNA.com. offers quality products, backing them with The company also bought a pair of 842III Z wheel loaders.


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Broce Manufacturing Joins Forces With Waldon; Offers More Equipment Lines Broce Manufacturing Co. announced Dec. 1, 2012, that it has joined with Waldon Equipment LLC to offer additional lines of equipment. In 1963, Broce introduced the first-ever mid-mount selfpropelled sweeper and continues to be the leader in that market. Providing high quality products and product support has allowed Broce to maintain the market leadership position, according to the company. Since 1957, Waldon has been manufacturing compact four-wheel drive articulated loaders and forklifts and in 1997, the company added the “Dig Master” loader backhoe line. "Combined, our two companies (Broce and Waldon) possess more than 105 years in heavy equipment manufacturing," said Jim Cornelson, president of sales of Broce. "The Broce/Waldon team brings together a shared vision of providing the highest quality products and services to our customers in their respective industries. This new partnership highlights our commitment to excellence and will enable us to better serve the broad range of needs of our customers. “We will continue working hard to earn your business and want to personally thank you for your loyalty and support. Any questions related to the new products can be directed to your regional salesman or Broce’s corporate office,” added Cornelson. For more information, visit http://www.brocebroom.com or http://www.waldonequipment.ca/.

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the grounds that the state high court and not a federal court should decide the questions of state law. Contractors in Texas and across the country are keeping a close eye on the outcome in the Ewing case. “An unwarranted over-extension of the Contractual Liability Exclusion to an insured contractor’s liability for property damage arising out of its own breach of contract is truly a game changer for the Texas construction industry and has potential ramifications well beyond that industry,” ASA, ASA of Texas and the amici curiae said. ASA tapped its subcontractors legal defense fund to finance the brief in this case. For more information, visit http://www.sldf.net or contact ASA at SLDF@asa-hq.com.

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The Difference is in the D-tails. You asked. We delivered. Our D-Series Skid Steers are loaded with customer-recommended enhancements, like larger operator stations, quiet pressurized cabs with best-in-class visibility, and curved-glass swing-out doors. D-Series innovations include an exclusive cooling system with available hydraulically driven variable-speed fan that reverses to clear core-clogging buildup. Plus options such as electrohydraulic joysticks, variable boom and bucket speed settings, and more than 100 attachments to let you take on more tasks. Packed full of best-in-class productivity and uptime-enhancing features, the D-Series are destined to become owner and operator favorites. Ask for a demo today.

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AGC Says Fiscal Cliff Stopgap Does Little to Aid Infrastructure EMPLOYMENT from page 1

the fiscal cliff has been — temporarily — relieved, construction employment should continue to slowly rise in 2013.” Construction firms employed 5.564 million people in December, up from 5.534 million in November, Simonson noted, an increase of 0.5 percent. However, the sector's overall employment in December was only 18,000, or 0.3 percent, higher than one year earlier when firms employed 5.546 million workers. The industry unemployment rate fell from 16 percent a year earlier, indicating that formerly unemployed construction workers are leaving the industry at a faster rate than they are being rehired. Both residential and nonresidential construction added jobs in December, with residential construction outpacing nonresidential construction for the month. Residential construction added 18,100 jobs in December, with residential building contractors adding 5,800 employees and residential specialty contractors adding 12,300 new workers. Residential construction employment is now up by 29,800, or 1.5 percent, compared to 12 months ago. Nonresidential contractors added 11,900 jobs (0.3 percent) in December, but are down by 12,400 jobs (minus 0.4 percent) com-

pared to one year ago. Nonresidential specialty trade contractors added 5,600 jobs for the month, while nonresidential building contractors added another 7,000 jobs. However, heavy and civil engineering construction firms lost 700 jobs during the month, dragged down by continuing cutbacks in government infrastructure spending. Association officials said the growth in construction employment was likely restrained by uncertainties about what federal tax and spending levels would be in 2013 as Washington officials worked to address the pending fiscal cliff. They noted that the stopgap measure passed early in January would do little to resolve broader fiscal problems that are making it increasingly difficult for the federal government to invest in vital infrastructure projects. “Until Washington can address the broader challenge of out-of-control entitlement spending we are going to see more political standoffs like the fiscal cliff and fewer investments in infrastructure,” said Stephen E. Sandherr, the association’s chief executive officer. “Congress and the administration need to focus their energy on addressing the fiscal imbalances that are the root cause of these recurring political crises.”

Texas Needs to Tackle Road Financing as Population Grows TXDOT from page 1

need to tackle road financing as the state’s population grows. TxDOT, which currently has a $10 billion annual budget, relies on a 20-cents-a-gallon fuel tax that hasn’t been raised since 1991. State officials say they’ll soon run out of money for any construction or expansion without changes. Among some proposals, the top ideas appear to be rededicating sales tax revenue on vehicle purchases to TxDOT or adding $50 to the annual vehicle registration fee. Other proposals include ending diversions from the gas tax revenue and taking $1 billion from the state “rainy day fund” to create a highway infrastructure bank. Wilson, speaking at a 35W Coalition meeting at Texas Motor Speedway in Fort Worth, declined to offer support for any spe-

cific funding proposals, The Dallas Morning News reported. But he said “there’s a lot of desire” from the House, Senate and governor to address infrastructure needs. Wilson did offer backing for a couple of broader proposals that could affect TxDOT’s financial standing. He said he hoped the Legislature would continue to approve public-private partnerships, such as the LBJ Express in Dallas or North Tarrant Express in the Fort Worth area. Those efforts, known as comprehensive development agreements, typically feature managed toll lanes and allow for expedited project timelines. Wilson also said the problem of road damage from heavy trucks associated with oil and gas development should be addressed.


Paving

SECTION Dynapac Unveils 5th Generation of Single Drum Rollers Pages 31-37

Dynapac USA has introduced four models of its CA-series single drum vibratory rollers. The CA5000, CA5500, CA6000 and CA6500 have been equipped with a number of enhancements over previous models, including optimized drum amplitude, automatic bouncing control and an overall design that makes it easier to service the equipment, according to the manufacturer. Compaction is delivered by the new models utilizing drum amplitude of .083 in. (.2 cm.) This increased force allows rock fill to be compacted in layers almost 9 ft. (2.7 m) thick with rock sizes up to 3 ft. (.9 m) in diameter. It also requires fewer passes to reach compaction specifications.

Dynapac’s new CA6000 single-drum vibratory roller.

Automatic bouncing control measures feedback from the drum and eliminates drum bouncing or over compacting. This feature improves compaction performance while extending the useful life of the equipment by eliminating drum double-jump, which could lead to premature failure of machine components, according to the manufacturer. The CA6000D

model also features a governor to avoid compacting at too high a speed. A full package of design features enhances the serviceability of all models. The cross-mounted engine not only offers easy access for service and maintenance, it also provides enhanced weight distribution and reduces overall machine length. The hydraulic pumps, arranged in line with the engine, are easily accessed for servicing. Another key feature is the “ECO mode” fuel conservation system that minimizes fuel consumption as well as carbon dioxide emissions by ensuring that the roller does not consume more power than needed at any given time. The models also give attention to enhanced safety features with electronic drive control, which provides a “quick brake” function and a tilt indicator. Dynapac’s anti-spin traction system ensures consistent on-the-go traction and gradeability. The combustion air intake is placed on the engine hood with the

outlet running down the sides, thereby keeping the inlet air as clean as possible. When combined with the ejector exhaust outlet, this placement also serves to minimize noise levels. The CA rollers have static linear loads of 280 pounds per linear inch (pli) on the CA5000, 310 pli on the CA5500, 335 pli on the CA6000 and 365 pli on the CA6500. All four models are equipped with interim Tier IV engines from Deutz, and can use a mix of biodiesel and regular diesel fuel. Optional features on the new rollers include: • Service interval alert on instrument panel indicates when a particular service is required • Sustainability package: an rpm management system, biodegradable fill-for-life hydraulic fluid, 50 hours service kit, electrical engine block heater and working lights with LED lamps (CA6000D only.) • Air-conditioned cabs with spin-around seat and steering module, offering movement of up to 180 degrees without stressing neck or body. Spin-around seats also are available as a standalone option, without the cab. • Productivity software, including Dynapac CompBase, providing task planning, execution and analysis, and CostCtrl web-based software for lifecycle cost control and increased machine availability. The CA rollers are available in standard models with a choice of specifications and available options allowing customers to “build” their own machines, or choose from a number of pre-defined packages. For more information, visit www.dynapac.us.


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Volvo PF6160, PF6170 Wheel-Mounted Pavers Designed for Productivity

Bill Grevas will direct Bergkamp’s sales team and be responsible for overseeing its day-to-day sales orders and customer requests from both contractors and government agencies. 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.

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, according to the manaufacturer. 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 contact 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 machine’s traction.

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.

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.

Your 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). PF6000-Series pavers have a 30-kilowatt generator providing plenty of power to the screeds. For more information, call 828/650-2000 or visit www.volvo.com.

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.

Bergkamp Inc. Hires Bill Grevas as New Sales Manager Bill Grevas is Bergkamp Inc.’s new sales manager. He will direct Bergkamp’s sales team and be responsible for overseeing its day-to-day sales orders and customer requests from both contractors and government agencies. One of his goals is to be a visible resource for customers by visiting them in the field to find out what they like about Bergkamp’s equipment, what is working and what the company can make better. Previously serving as a member of the development department of Kansas State University’s College of Technology and Aviation — most recently as its associate vice president of development — he brings a strong sense of sales strategies as they relate to the customer, according to the company. “Bill has a proven track record in growing sales,” said Bill Cooper, vice president/chief operating officer. “His leadership and strong customer relations background make him an excellent fit for Bergkamp and our company growth goals moving forward.” For more information, call 785/825-1375 or visit www.bergkampinc.com.


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KGM Runs Around $20M in Equipment Per Day for Job KGM from page 1 struction and towing of the pontoons and get them to the lake “When we designed the anchors we had to take into with completion expected in 2015. to join them in their corresponding final alignment. There is account the soil conditions and properties,” said Nelson. “It “We’re probably running about $20 million worth of also an adjacent contract on the existing SR 520 highway on requires a lot of planning to coordinate the underwater and equipment on a daily basis,” said KGM Equipment Manager the east side, so there is a lot of coordination and timing above-water construction and ensure that all safety concerns Bill Forgey. “Just focusing on utilization of the equipment requirements associated with the project that have to be are met.” has been a big job.” accounted for.” The marine equipment employed by KGM includes The bridge that spans the north section of Lake Planning for the bridge project was extensive and required barges, derrick barges and tug boats – quite the flotilla. Washington is approximately 7,000 ft. (2,133 m) long, but nearly a year to determine the overall design, the delivery “Most of the time we have six to eight derrick barges the project also includes road construction and land-based and work schedule, and the amount and type of equipment working,” said Forgey. “The largest one is a 400-ton DB 24 infrastructure. that would be needed for the multi-year project, as well as crane that is owned by Manson. The other derricks we’re The design-build bridge brings together many architectur- accounting for unexpected delays and potential surprises. using are owned by General and have a lifting capability of al aspects. There are 77 pontoons — big concrete hollow “So far our planning has been excellent and we’ve gotten 150-ton and 100-tons.” boxes (with cells inside) that are joined together to provide a off to a good start,” said Nelson. The DB Columbia and DB LA barges are owned by floating platform for the elevated roadway to be built on. The underwater portion of the project is complex and div- General. The tugs were supplied by Manson and Westar. They are anchored down to the lakebed with 4 in. (10 cm) ing teams with solid construction experience have been The anchors are being cast at Kiewit’s site at Kenmore, 20 diameter steel cable to a series of large concrete anchors and brought in to work at the 200-ft. (61 m) depths. Diving to that mi. (32 km) north of the bridge. The gravity anchors (when shafts which are driven into the lake bottom. The six lane depth requires special equipment, including a compression filled with rocks) weigh over 560 tons (508 t), while the roadway deck is elevated on columns that are roughly 10 ft. chamber. fluke anchors weigh 112 tons (101 t). (3 m) above the pontoons. Upon exiting the “We’re picking up the fluke anchors with a floating bridge, motorists will enter a 700 ft. 120-ton shuttle lift and moving them out on a trestle and loading them on the barges,” said (213 m) land-based bridge before joining back Forgey. to the existing roadway surface at grade. At the Tacoma site, Forgey is employing a “There’s also a 19,000-square-feet four150-ton (136 t) Liebherr crawler crane and two story maintenance facility that’s being conLiebherr 44-ton (40 t) tower cranes help build structed,” said Erik Nelson, KGM’s project the pontoons in a dry dock. manager. “We’re also using a lot of other gear to aid the While WSDOT specified the design of the work such as hydraulic cranes and smaller forkpontoons, Kiewit was responsible for the lifts at our facility in Kenmore,” he said. “We remainder of the project’s design. have two crawler cranes — a 240-ton American “A floating bridge is quite technical and 9310 and a 300-ton LR1280. We have a 30 ton complex — there are a lot of load conditions gantry crane that will be doing some of our that must be considered and a lot of different smaller pre-cast work, which includes a 120 — and unique criteria associated with it,” said shuttle lift.” He added that nearly 95 percent of Nelson. “Some of the pontoons are being furthe equipment to be used on the project is owned nished by WSDOT via another contract and by the joint venture. being manufactured in Aberdeen, Washington Xtreme Manufacturing built two types of — a four-day ocean tow that presents us with pick and carry extended boom forklifts — a lot of challenges — timing, weather condi10,000 and 15,000 lbs. (4,536 and 6,804 kg). tions and seascapes. “We bought five new ones for the job,” said “The remaining pontoons are being built “We have to coordinate the construction and towing of the pontoons and get under this contract at a facility in Tacoma,” he them to the lake to join them in their corresponding final alignment,” said Erik Forgey. “The forklifts pick and carry forms, deliver small tools, and can transport supplies to added, “so we have to coordinate the con- Nelson, KGM’s project manager. job locations.” Maximizing equipment use and scheduling maintenance are critical to the success and schedule of the project. Forgey is using job equipment maintenance system software to ensure that there are no unexpected breakdowns, that regular maintenance is done, and that this work is taken care of during off-hours and downtime. “All our repairs and maintenance are based on hours of use and we focus on getting all our hours into the computer program to stay on schedule,” he said. “One key to success of our job scheduling is to maintain a five week look-ahead schedule and communicate that on a weekly basis to everyone on the project team in a project meeting.” Nelson noted that this project is providing a valuable experience and lessons that can be applied on future projects. “Not only is this project unique,” he said, “but so is the variety of equipment. In addition to marine equipment, we have traditional land-based equipment as well as loaders, dozers, cranes, forklifts, etc. It’s important to us that we are building a project that really benefits the public and are performing well in meeting the needs of client.” (This story also can be found on Construction Equipment Guide’s Web site at www.constructionequipDerrick and tugs, which were supplied by mentguide.com.) CEG Manson and Westar, with pontoons in Kenmore. An overhead of work on support columns for pier 2.


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A Guide to Industry Auction Companies Alex Lyon & Son Sale Managers & Auctioneers Inc. Alex Lyon & Son was founded in 1950 by Alex Lyon as a company that handled private treaty negotiations of cattle and farm machinery. In 1973, Alex’s son Jack became more involved and began to diversify, working heavy equipment sales into the lineup of services. Today, the company conducts sales of construction equipment the world over. Alex Lyon & Son is headquartered in Syracuse, N.Y. For more information, visit www.lyonauction.com. Asset Auctions Asset Auctions is located at One Adams Place, 310 Seven Fields Blvd., Suite 351, Seven Fields, Pa. 16046. For more information, visit assetnation.com, a newly revamped company Web site starting in January. Asset Nation can be reached at 800/856-7445 or customercare@assetnation.com. Bar None Headquartered in Rancho Cordova, Calif., Bar None Auction is a premiere commercial truck and heavy equipment auctioneer. Bar None Auction brings together buyers and sellers from around the world in both live and online auctions. The company conducts monthly, high-quality, absolute public auctions, featuring a broad range of commercial truck, heavy equipment, government surplus, real estate, and other assets from the construction, lumber, and agricultural industries. Bar None Auction’s corporate office is located at 2440 Gold River Road #200, Rancho Cordova, Calif. 95670. For more information, call 866-372-1700 or visit www.barnoneauction.com. CAT Auction Services Cat Auction Services began in 2008 when five Caterpillar dealerships came together to create an auction company that would enhance the customer relationships they already had. Today Cat Auction Services is 25 Cat dealer partners strong and growing. For more information, visit www.catauctions.com. Davis Auctions Inc. Davis Auctions Inc. is a public auction house for construction equipment and related supplies. Davis Auctions Inc. has been in business since 1976 selling as an agent for various consignors, including Northeast Utilities, Yankee Gas, Public Service of New Hampshire, various municipalities, banks and private companies. Davis Auctions also provides appraisals for the construction industry. James H. Davis, president of Davis Auctions Inc., is an associate member of the International Society of Appraisers and a member of the New England Appraisers Association. Davis Auctions Inc. is located at 210 Cheshire Road, Route 68, Prospect, Conn. 06712. For more information, call 800/201-4368 or 203/758-

4087 or visit www.davisauctionsinc.com. Deanco Auction Co. of Miss. Inc. Deanco Auction was established in 1992 and specializes in a wide variety of auctions including construction equipment, farm tractors and farming machinery, logging equipment, heavy-duty trucks and trailers in all areas of the United States. The Deanco team brings more than 80 years of combined auction experience to the industry. The sale site in Philadelphia, Miss., is located on 50 acres, features a 10,000 sq. ft. all-weather drive-thru facility, as well as a 3,850 ft. paved and lighted airstrip. The sale site in Dothan, Ala., was recently remodeled, bringing many new features to the forefront of Deanco’s operations. For more information, call 877/898-5905 or visit www.deancoauction.com. Don Smock Auction Company Inc. Don Smock Auction Company Inc. was founded in 1990. The company holds four major auctions each year at its allweather drive thru facility, located at 6531 S. State Road 13, Pendleton, Ind., 46064-9194. Don Smock also conducts onsite auctions throughout the Midwest annually. Don Smock offers additional services including commissioned auctions, outright purchases, trustee liquidations and estate and real estate auctions. For more information, call 765/778-9277 or visit www.dsaauctions.com. Hess Auctioneers LLC Hess Auctioneers LLC was formed in 2007 by four Lancaster county, Pa., business owners with decades of auction and transportation industry experience. They came together to start a company which brings sellers of quality used equipment together with interested buyers at consignment auctions in Marietta, Pa. The company holds consignment auctions five times per year, with approximately 400 units per sale. Its sales feature tractors, trailers, straight trucks, dump trucks, pickup trucks, construction/material handling/agriculture equipment, RVs, ATVs, boats and much more. Hess also offers its consignors and bidders: full photo listings on its Web site, national and local print/digital advertising, email marketing, full color brochure mailing, secure storage of equipment, absolute and reserve options, on-site and online bidding, and on-site notary service and fleet liquidation/dispersal services. Hess Auctioneers LLC is located at 1451 River Road PO Box 10 Marietta, PA 17547. For more information, call 717/426-2493 or 866/5112493 or visit www.hessauctioneers.com. Hunyady Auction Company Hunyady Auction Company is located at 1440 Cowpath Road, Hatfield, Pa. 19440 and is a full-service provider of machinery and equipment from proposal to payout. The company is staffed with six licensed auctioneers, settlement bankers and clerks, five certified appraisers, notaries public, advertising coordinators and data input team. Operators, mechanics, and laborers staff complete field setup see AUCTIONS page 46


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Major construction was halted in 2009 and 2010 after components of the new dock were damaged. Last year, the Maritime Administration, or MARAD, contracted with the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers to determine whether the cell sheet pile design could be constructed at the port site. The Corps hired CH2M, which concluded an open-cell dock structure could fail during an earthquake even if the steel sheets were driven into the seafloor correctly. PND Engineers disputes that contention. “We at PND and our subcontractors stand behind the design and analysis we performed, which was validated after multiple reviews by MARAD, USACE [Corps of Engineers] and other public entities as well as PND’s 32-year reputation and history of success,” PND president John Pickering wrote in a Dec. 4 letter to the municipality. PND still is reviewing its draft copy of the CH2M Hill study, but wants to help the municipality complete the port project, Pickering wrote. The 2,200-page study is scheduled for public release in February.


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crews. For more information, call 800/233-6898 or visit www.hunyady.com. I.R.A.Y. Auction I.R.A.Y. Auction was established in 2000 by Col. Ray Henry, a third-generation auctioneer with more than 30 years’ experience. I.R.A.Y. Auction provides a multitude of auction services and benefits, holding both on- and off-site auctions throughout the year to sell, in addition to heavy iron, real estate, personal property, business liquidations and estate auctions. I.R.A.Y. Auction’s 40-acre auction yard is located at 11935 Hwy 95 NE (on the northwest corner of Hwy 25 and Hwy 95), Foley, Minn. 56329. The site features a drive-over ramp and large registration area with space for vendor booths. For more information, call 320/968-7230 or visit www.Iraymn.com. IronPlanet IronPlanet is an online marketplace for used heavy equipment. IronPlanet offers guaranteed inspection reports and exclusive IronClad Assurance. IronPlanet is backed by Accel Partners, Kleiner Perkins Caufield and Byers, Caterpillar, Komatsu and Volvo. For more information, visit www.ironplanet.com. ITL Auctioneering ITL Auctioneering is a family owned and operated auctioneering and liquidation company with decades of equipment experience in all types of equipment large and small. The ITL family has traveled as far as Australia and South Africa assisting companies with the development and implementation of marketing strategies. The company’s home is a 22-acre site in Taunton, Mass., that is open to the public and gives individuals and companies the ability to bid live on- site or online with Equipmentfacts.com. ITL Auctioneering is located at 445 Wintrop Street Taunton, MA 02780 For more information, call John or Justin at 508/824-3262 or visit www.itlauctions.us/. J.G. Auctioneers & Associates Ltd. Founded in 1972 by James G. Cochran, president, CEO and head auctioneer. In addition to conducting construction equipment auctions, the company offers many services including appraisals and liquidations, and auctions of real estate, industrial equipment, farm equipment and livestock, bankruptcy and consignment auctions. J.G. Auctioneers will hold sales on site for customers, or at its own complex at 7704 Mapleville Road, Boonsboro, Md., 21713. For more information, call 301/739-0538 or 800/3102844 (Md. only); Fax 301/432-2844 or e-mail: info@cochranauctions.com. James G. Murphy Company For over 40 years the James G. Murphy Company has been a leader in commercial, industrial and real estate auctions in the West, conducting an average of 100 auctions a year. In a recent survey, the James G. Murphy Company was

ranked among the top 10 auction companies in the United States in total auction sales. The James G. Murphy Company has experience working with private companies, individuals, major corporations, financial institutions, attorneys, as well as U.S. government agencies including Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation, Small Business Administration, U.S. Marshals Service, and others The James G. Murphy Company is located at 18226 68th Avenue NE, Kenmore, Wash. 98028. For more information, call 425/486.1246 or visit www.murphyauction.com. JM Wood Auction Company Inc. J.M. Wood Auction Co. Inc. was founded in 1973 by J. Malcolm and Brenda Wood. Over the years, the company and its reputation grew, becoming recognized as a provider of construction, farm and real estate auctions. Today, J.M. Wood Auction Co. Inc. is one of the top construction auction companies in the United States, and stands alone as the largest forestry auction provider in the country, according to the company. The company also has evolved to include heavy equipment auctions, machinery auctions, logging equipment auctions and bank auctions. As the second generation of the family begins learning the business, the core values and integrity that have been there from the start remain an integral part of everything they do. J.M. Wood Auction Company Inc. is located at 3475 Ashley Road, Montgomery, Ala. 36106 and 115 Belvedere Circle, West Columbia, S.C. 29172. For more information, visit www.jmwood.com. Lloyd Meekins & SonsAuction Company Lloyd Meekins & Sons Auction Company is a familyowned auction business, which has been in business for more than 35 years. Lloyd Meekins offers everything from small-scale auctions to large multi-day events. Lloyd Meekins & Sons Auction Company’s main sale site is located at 4070 N.C. Hwy 211, East Lumberton, N.C. 28358. Situated on 150 acres, including a 3,000 sq. ft. allweather drive-thru facility. and 50 acres of parking. For more information, call 800/499-6560 or visit www.meekinsauction.com. Martin & Martin Auctioneers Inc. Martin & Martin Auctioneers Inc. is a full service auction company with facilities in South Carolina and Mississippi. Established in 1973, Martin & Martin holds memberships in the National Auctioneers Association, South Carolina Auctioneers Association, Mississippi Auctioneers Association and Associated General Contractors and is led by president Deborah S. Martin. The company’s South Carolina office is located at 1618 Easley Highway, Pelzer, S.C. 29669, phone number 864/947-7888. The Mississippi office is at 2236 Highway 49, Brooklyn, Miss. 39425, phone 601/450-6200. For more information, visit www.mmaauction.com. Motley’s Auction & Realty Group In 1967, Dick and Pokey Motley started Motley’s Auctions in a Chester, Va., dairy barn. Today Motley’s employs more than 60 full and part- time professionals in the auction and appraisal industry and offers a full array of asset sale, valuation and management servic-

es. In addition, the company has a global reach through internet bidding technology. Four specialized divisions now make up the Certified Virginia Small Business, Real Estate, Industrial, Antique & Estate and its sister company, Motley’s Richmond Auto Auction, which is led by the second generation, President Mark T. Motley. Motley’s headquarters is located at 4402 West Broad Street, Richmond, Va., 23230, phone number 877/MOTLEYS. For more information, visit www.motleys.com. Petrowsky Auctioneers Inc. Founded more than 35 years ago, Petrowsky offers auction and appraisal services from its newly expanded main office in North Franklin, Conn. The new space offers 25 acres equipped with a drive-by ramp which allows auction attendees to sit inside the building while equipment is driven by for their inspection and bidding. Petrowsky also handles auctions in other areas including the underground utility, waste recycling and marine/dredging industries, as well as commercial real estate. Sales can be conducted onsite at consignors’ own yards or Petrowsky offers no-cost use of its facility. Petrowsky can provide a multitude of flexible auction proposals, any one of which can be custom designed. The three most desired programs, in basic terms, are: (1) Commission sales with seller paying auction company a percentage of gross sales, (2) Minimum guarantees with overage sharing, and (3) Outright company buyouts. Petrowsky Auctioneers Inc. is located at 275 Route 32, North Franklin, Conn. 06254 For more information, call 860/642-4200 or Email: contact@petrowskyauctioneers.com. Purple Wave Purple Wave, the largest no-reserve Internet auction firm in the country, specializes in liquidating equipment and vehicles through no-reserve public Internet auctions — providing an easy and straightforward way to sell used equipment quickly and efficiently. The Purple Wave approach to auction maintains the traditional auction experience for buyers and sellers, but affords the convenience that comes with the Internet. From marketing and listing your assets to selling and collecting payment, sellers benefit from a full-service experience. In addition, Purple Wave does not require equipment be moved from the seller’s location which saves the seller time and money. Recently recognized by Inc., magazine as one of the fastest growing private companies in the United States, Purple Wave boasts more than 80,000 registered buyers and 150,000 monthly visitors to purplewave.com, helping sellers reach a much broader marketplace than traditional auctions. For more information, visit www.purplewave.com. Proxibid Many trusted auction companies and equipment brands in the industry rely on Proxibid to liquidate their assets. Proxibid offers: • Secure online buying powered by MarketGuard • Access to equipment inspection reports, videos and more see AUCTIONS page 50


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AUCTIONS from page 46 Proxibid is the intersection between e-commerce and traditional auctions, providing both buyers and sellers with access to the world’s largest online marketplace and multiple selling solutions for excess inventory since 2001. More than $2 billion in inventory passes through Proxibid’s marketplace annually in product categories that include heavy equipment; agricultural equipment; commercial and industrial equipment and more. Proxibid is headquartered in Omaha, Neb. For more information, visit www.proxibid.com. Quantos Auctions Americ Machinery was established in December of 1980 as a wholly owned subsidiary of one of the largest equipment rental companies in Japan, Nikken Corporation and its used equipment subsidiary, NDT. Nikken Group provides quality used equipment to the clients and markets it serves. Americ Machinery follows in that same tradition with a strong commitment to enhancing the availability and customer support of used equipment around the world. Americ Machinery now brings a new auction site, Quantos Auctions to service buyers and sellers globally. The site features detailed inspection reports and streams video inspections in an effort to deliver on the promise of “Sales without Borders”. With enhanced “bidder and buyer support at every step of the way,” buyers can make very informed buying decisions without the need to travel to physically inspect equipment. Americ Machinery Corporation is located at 1001 3 Ave. S, Kent, Wash. 98032. For more information, call 253/236-8555 or visit www.americmachinery.com and www.quantosauctions.com. Ritchason Auctioneers Inc. Dewain & Beth founded Ritchason Auctioneers, Inc. in 1989 with a quarter of a million dollars in debt before they had their first sale. Upon start-up, Dewain walked away from a six-figure job and Beth wasn’t working. They had a fouryear-old son, a house payment and a car payment. Dewain had to borrow some money from a friend to start the business, but he had a very strong feeling that he had to be on his own. Twenty-four years later, Ritchason Auctioneers is going strong. A true family business, Ritchason Auctioneers now includes Dewain and Beth’s son Brandon, auction coordinator. Ritchason Auctioneers Inc. is located at 7538 Linwood Rd., Lebanon, Tenn. 37075 For more information, call 800/806-3395 or visit www.ritchason.com. Ritchie Bros. Auctioneers Ritchie Bros. Auctioneers was established in 1958 in Kelowna, British Columbia, Canada, by the three Ritchie brothers, Ken, Dave and John. Throughout the decades, the company expanded and diversified and is today an international company headquartered in Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada with more than 110 locations worldwide and more than 1,600 full-time employees around the world. Under the leadership of CEO Peter Blake, Ritchie Bros.

Auctioneers maintains the tradition of innovation and exceptional customer service that was established by the Ritchie brothers. For more information, visit www.rbauction.com. Roy Teitsworth Inc. For 43 years Roy Teitsworth Inc. has specialized in the sale of construction, municipal and farm equipment auctions at the customer’s location or at its auction facility in Geneseo, N.Y. The company manages 60 to 70 auctions per year. Roy Teitsworth Inc. has worked with the sale of construction and heavy equipment for more than 27 years and serves as an auctioneer for a national auction company that specializes in construction equipment. Recognized by the National Auctioneers Association as a leader in the marketing of municipal equipment, Roy Teitsworth Inc. has more than 20 years of experience in this industry. The company also is recognized in New York State by agricultural lenders as a leader in marketing used farm equipment. Roy Teitsworth Inc. is located at 6502 Barber Hill Road, Geneseo, N.Y. 14454. For more information, call 585/243-1563 or visit www.teitsworth.com. Sales Auction Company LLC A relative newcomer to the auction world, Sales Auction Company was created in 2009 by Samuel M. Sales and Samuel P. Sales (Sr.). The seven-acre facility is located at 55 King Spring Rd., Windsor Locks, Conn. 06096 where auctions are conducted for construction, land care and agricultural equipment, as well as industry related tools and fleet vehicles. For more information, call 860/627-7506 or visit www.salesacutioncompany.cm. Steffes Auctioneers Inc. Robert Steffes founded Steffes Auctioneers Inc. in 1960, primarily to sell farms and livestock. In 1984 the business incorporated and all business operations were moved to Fargo, N.D. Today, Steffes is a nationally recognized company, that markets farm equipment, construction equipment, industrial equipment and real estate at public auction. Steffes Auctioneers’ North Dakota office is located at 2000 Main Avenue East, West Fargo, N.D. 58078. For more information, call 701/237-9173 or visit www.steffesauctioneers.com. Utility Auctions Inc. Utility Auctions Inc. is located at 601 Christiana Ave., Wilmington, Del. 19801. For more information, visit www.utilityauctions.net. Vaughan Auction Group LLC Vaughn Auction Group LLC was founded by C. and Gayle Vaughn and their daughter Jodi Amaya 18 years ago. A privately held company, Vaughn Auction Group serves the construction, financial, fleet and excess liquidation markets primarily in the Southeast, Southwest and Midwest United States regions and international markets. see AUCTIONS page 52


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Vaughn Auction Group held its first aucoin in Oct. 1995 and continues to hold four annual auctions — spring, summer, fall and winter Contractors’ auctions. The company’s permanent facility is located at 24280 Interstate 20, Wills Point Tex., 75169. For more information, call 903/873-6777 or fax 903/873 6201.

Wolfe Industrial Auctions Inc. Located at 9801 Hansonville Road, Frederick, Md. 21702, Wolfe Industrial Auctions Inc. has specialized in heavy equipment auctions since 1978. The company also offers many additional services including buyouts, liquidations and guarantees and appraisals. For more information, call 301/898-0340 or visit www.wolfeauctions.com.

Western Construction Auction Inc. Western Construction Auctions, Inc. (WCA) is a Southwest market, privately owned Construction Equipment Auctioneer. Now in its 13th year, WCA offers its thousands of consignors a vast array of asset management options: comprehensive CMEA Certified Appraisals, complimentary TruMarket fleet Appraisals AuctionMax cash advance, a full service onsite DMV registration unit, full remarketing and restoration services, the finest personal customer service, and fastest proceeds disbursement in the industry. WCA has a large worldwide buyer base, and provides live streaming audio and video simulcasts and online bidding at every auction. WCA’s Corporate Office / Auction Yard is located at 2021 Goetz Road, Perris, Calif. 92570. For more information, call 951/490-0149 or toll free 866/731-7760 or visit wca-online.com.

Yoder & Frey Auctioneers Inc. Yoder & Frey was established in 1964 by Elias Frey, Tim Yoder and Jack Higley and conducted its first auction on May 5, 1964 in Saginaw, Mich. Led by V. Peter Clark today, the company serves the construction equipment, truck, trailer, mining, farming and forestry industries with 10 to 15 auctions annually as well as offering appraisals. This year, Yoder & Frey will be holding its 39th annual Florida sale in Kissimmee, its 11th annual sale in Darlington, Pa., and its 16th in Bow, N.H. Yoder & Frey’s permanent auction sites are located at 641 W. Southport Road, Kissimmee, Fla. and 423 Ashwood Road, Darlington, Pa. Corporate headquarters are at 1670 Commerce Road, Holland, Ohio 43528. For more information, call 419/865-3990 or toll free 800/842-6221 or visit www.yoderandfrey.com.

CEG Announces New Auction Results Web Site Feature Construction Equipment Guide’s (CEG) Auction Results Page is a new addition to the CEG Web site. The Auction Results Page allows users to gain access to the results of thousands of recent auctions held across the United States. This new feature includes a database of thousands of pieces of equipment. It also was designed to make the process of searching auction results both streamlined and detailed at the same time. “We recognized the need for our readers to have access to the latest auction results from all over the United States,” said Rob Tredinnick, head of the Web The Auction Results Page will allow users to refine their search There are multiple categories to choose from on the Auction Results Page. department of CEG. “What we’ve for equipment based on a variety of criteria. done with this feature is given The database itself contains equipment culled from aucWeb users the ability to quickly find the results of hundreds auction by zip code, to list a few methods. Allowing users a choice of how they want to find their tions across the country. Categories include Aerial Lifts, of auctions in a variety of ways.” Cranes, Backhoe Loaders, Excavators, Hydraulic Breakers, Users can choose one of two methods to search the results was a key component of the page. “We wanted the best of both worlds,” said Tredinnick. Skid Steer Loaders, and much more. The manufacturers listAuction Results Page: The first method is to simply browse the Results Section by Equipment Type and then drill down “This is a large amount of data to be searched. By keeping it ed include Caterpillar, Liebherr and Terex, to name just a by Manufacturer. The second method uses the Auction simple, we allow users to cut through all the data to get few. To view the Auction Results Page, go to: http:// Search Page’s powerful database to enter a host of options in exactly what they want. But we also knew that many people the search. Users can search the database by entering specif- will have very specific searches, so we also allowed for that www.constructionequipmentguide.com/auction-results/ auctionresults.aspx. ic Model Numbers, Hours/Miles, Price, Year, location of as well.”


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KOMATSU AMERICA CORP..............................8,9,20,21 KOMATSU EQUIPMENT CO...........................................6

CEG SCALE MODELS ..................................................10 CLASSIFIEDS ................................................................39 CLM EQUIPMENT CO INC .............................................2 CONSTRUCTION EQUIPMENT GUIDE

LEEBOY .........................................................................33 MAULDIN PAVING PRODUCTS ...................................35 MYRON BOWLING AUCTIONEERS INC

WANTED.................................................................43

TUSCALOOSA AL ..................................................53

AUCTION RESULTS ..............................................48

PROFESSIONAL SHORING & SUPPLY ......................24

GEO TARGETED EMAIL .......................................22

RITCHIE BROS AUCTIONEERS ..................................55

EXCAVATOR & ATTACHMENTS PROMO ............38

ROAD BUILDERS MACHINERY................................6,13

DITCH WITCH WEST...............................................28,29

ROLL TECH SYSTEMS.................................................24

DOMINION EQUIPMENT PARTS .................................39

ROMCO EQUIPMENT CO ............................................36

DYNAPAC.......................................................................56 ESCO CORP ..................................................................24

SAKAI AMERICA INC ....................................................34 SONSRAY MACHINERY .................................................7

FLANGE LOCK ................................................................6 H & L TOOTH CO...........................................................11 HENDRIX MACHINERY LLC ..........................................3 HYUNDAI CONSTRUCTION EQUIPMENT..................19 IRON PLANET................................................................51 JAMES G MURPHY CO KENMORE WA .......................................................45

TAKEUCHI......................................................................26 TEREX TRUCKS............................................................18 WESTERN CONSTRUCTION AUCTIONS PERRIS CA.............................................................47 WIRTGEN AMERICA .....................................................37 YANMAR AMERICA .......................................................23

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