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Texas Rangers Ballpark Upgrades, Take 3 Lori Lovely CEG CORRESPONDENT

AED Hol ds Annual Summit, CONDEX Show...8

ASC O R aises Money for Wounded Warriors...12

The Texas Rangers are at it again. Another series of upgrades to Rangers Ballpark in Arlington is underway. “This is the third year of projects,” said Rob Matwick, vice president, ballpark communications. “We’re at the midpoint [of construction].” During the off-season in 2010, a new scoreboard and 800 high-definition TVs were installed and a complete overhaul of the in-park audio and video systems was performed. The following year, work focused on centerfield, which Matwick said was rebuilt in 4 and a half months. It cost $12.5 million and was the most extensive renovation in the history of the park, according to CEO and President Nolan Ryan. “It was the first big physical change since 1994,” Matwick said. In fact, the Vandergriff Plaza project represents the first major structural renovation at Rangers Ballpark since the Cuervo Club was added behind the home plate section of the lower seating bowl in 2000. Second Inning Last year’s renovation was well-received by the fans, especially during the heat of summer, Matwick said. Many of the features were designed with them in mind, A third row of home plate seats will be added in front of the two existing rows see RANGERS page 44

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Table of Contents ................4 Recycling Section ........13-21 Attachment Section ....27-29 Truck & Trailer Section ........ ......................................36-38 Business Calendar ............38 Auction Section ..........40-45 Advertisers Index ..............46

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Firms Optimistic: Additional Funds... Outlook for 2013 Ore. Commission Approves Appears Strong $142M for Highway 20 Job Significantly more construction firms are planning to add new staff than plan to cut staff while demand for many types of private sector construction projects should increase this year according to survey results released Jan. 15 by the Associated General Contractors of America and Computer Guidance Corporation. The survey, conducted as part of Tentative Signs of a Recovery: The 2013 Construction Industry Hiring and Business Outlook, provides a generally optimistic outlook for the year even as firms worry about rising costs and declining public sector demand for construction. see OUTLOOK page 16

SALEM, Ore. (AP) The Oregon Transportation Commission on Jan. 16 approved an additional $142 million for an expensive, trouble-plagued project to realign a section of U.S. Highway 20 through the Coast Range. The stretch of highway links Corvallis and Newport. The vote allows the state Transportation Department to proceed with work to replace a twisty 10-mi.

(16 km) portion of the highway near Eddyville with a straighter, safer 5.5mi. (8.8 km) route. The project was originally estimated to cost $140 million. With Jan. 16’s money infusion, the estimated cost is $366 million. Work began in 2005 with completion expected by 2009. Now the targeted finish date has been moved back to 2016 at the earliest. see COMMISSION page 42


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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

2011 Cat 420E, Stk# 8420, EROPS, A/C & Heat, 4WD, 1,399 hrs. 23" Bucket, Pilot Controls, 12.5x80x18 Front Tires, 19.5Lx24 Rear Tires .... ..............................................................$76,500

2007 Atlas Copco 185CFM, Stk# 8434, 2,292 hrs., PSI 133, ST205x75Dx15 Tires, JD Eng., wt. 1,133 lbs. ................................................$8,500

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

2006 JCB VM46D, Stk# 8431, OROPS, 54" Smooth Drum with Pad Drum Shell Kit, 1,019 hrs., 12.00R20 Tires, 4 Cyl. Cummins Eng. ...... ..............................................................$22,500

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

2006 Terex TH644C, Stk# 7931, EROPS A/C & Heat, 6,000 lbs., 44 ft., 4WD, 4WS, 3,155 hrs., 13x24 Foam Filled Tires, 48" Forks, 50" Frame, 4 Cyl. JD Eng.............................................$32,500

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

2007 Case 95XT, Stk# 8453, EROPS, A/C, 930 2005 Case 865, Stk# 8411, 7,883 hrs., EROPS, hrs., with Magnum Mulching Head, s#1655195 A/C, 8.3 Cummins Turbo Charge Eng., 14.00x24 with Bradco Carbide Teeth, w/Dirt Bucket, Aux. Tires, Rear Ripper .....................................$89,500 Hyd., 12x16.5 Tires with Metal Tracks ..$49,500

2008 Cat D5K XL, Stk# 8386, OROPS, 6 Way Blade, 3,516 hrs., 20" Pads, 9' 6" Wide $62,500

2006 Cat 308C, Stk# 8402, EROPS, 3,713 hrs., 29" Bucket, 8' 1" Blade, 24" Pads, 8' 2" Wide, 4 Cyl. Mits. Eng. ........................................$39,500

2009 Cat 329DL, Stk# 8361, EROPS, A/C, Stereo, 4,510 hrs., 80% U/C, 52" Bucket, 32" Pads, 11' 2" Wide................................$149,500

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 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

2004 JCB 506, Stk# 8432, OROPS, 6,000 lbs., 36 ft., 3,372 hrs., 4WD, 4WS, 48" Forks, 53" Frame, Aux. Hyd., Hyd. Leveling System, 4 Cyl. JCB Eng., wt. 20,270 lbs.......................$21,500

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 2004 Kubota KX91-2, Stk# 8441, OROPS, 5,587 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" hrs., 90° Boom, 12" Bucket, 12" Rubber Tracks, ............................................................$155,500 Height, 8’ Wide..........................................$99,500 Blade, 3 Cyl. YanMar Eng ........................$9,500 59" Blade, 4 Cyl. Kubota Eng.................$10,500

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

2005 Case 865, Stk# 8411, EROPS, A/C, 784 hrs., 2006 John Deere 650J LGP, Stk# 8404, HYSTAT, (6 Cyl.) 8.3 Cummins Turbo Charge Eng., OROPS, Eng. Encl., 6 Way Blade, 5,089 hrs., 14.00x24 Tires, Rear Ripper, 13 ft. Blade, 10' 5" 70% U/C, 28" Pads, 10' 9" Blade...........$38,500 Height, 8' 5" Wide ....................................$89,500

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

2001 John Deere 410G, Stk# 8396, EROPS, A/C & Heat, 2WD, 3,628 hrs., Extendahoe, 2 Stick Controls, 18" Bucket, 19.5Lx24 Rear Tires, 11Lx16 Front Tires ..............................$25,500

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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ASSOCIATED EQUIPMENT DISTRIBUTORS HOLDS ANNUAL SHOW

The annual Associated Equipment Distributors (AED) Summit and CONDEX show was held Jan. 14 to 17 in Las Vegas.

ASCO EQUIPMENT PRESENTS $130,515 CHECK TO COMBAT MARINE OUTDOORS The check resulted from a yearlong effort by local employees in ASCO locations throughout Texas to benefit CMO in 2012.

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ROAD MACHINERY WELCOMES TWO HIRES, PROMOTES ANOTHER

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Stage 8, an active mechanical locking systems manufacturer, now has applications that keep work trucks on the road.

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Obama Admin to Confront Oil Pipeline, Climate Change By Matthew Daly ASSOCIATED PRESS

WASHINGTON (AP) President Barack Obama’s second-term energy agenda is taking shape and, despite the departure of key Cabinet officials, it looks a lot like the first: more reliance on renewable energy sources, such as wind and solar, and expanded production of oil and natural gas. Obama also is promising to address climate change, an issue he has acknowledged was sometimes overlooked during his first term. “The president has been clear that tackling climate change and enhancing energy security will be among his top priorities in his second term,” said Clark Stevens, a White House spokesman. While the administration has made progress in developing renewable energy and improving fuel-efficiency standards for vehicles, “we know there is more work to do,” Stevens said. He will have to do that work with new heads of the agencies responsible for the environment. Interior Secretary Ken Salazar, Environmental Protection chief Lisa Jackson and Jane Lubchenco, head of the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration, have announced they are leaving. Energy Secretary Steven Chu is expected to follow his colleagues out the door in coming weeks. The White House said no decisions have been made on replacements for any of the environment and energy jobs but said Obama’s priorities will remain unchanged. One of the first challenges Obama will face is an old problem: whether to approve the Keystone XL oil pipeline from Canada to Texas. Obama blocked the pipeline last year, citing uncertainty over the conduit’s route through environmentally sensitive land in the midwest state of Nebraska. Gov. Dave Heineman is considering a new route; he is expected to make a decision in February. The State Department has federal jurisdiction because the $7 billion pipeline begins in Canada. The pipeline has become a flashpoint in a bitter partisan dispute. Republicans and many business groups say the project would help achieve energy independence for North America and create thousands of jobs. But environmental groups have urged Obama to block the pipeline, which they say would transport “dirty oil” from tar sands in western Canada and produce heat-trapping gases that contribute to global warming. They also worry about a possible spill. If the pipeline is approved, “the adminis-

tration would be actively supporting and encouraging the growth of an industry which has demonstrably serious effects on climate,” 18 top climate scientists wrote in a letter to Obama. Obama also faces a choice over whether to promote a boom in oil and natural gas production that has hampered growth of nontraditional energy sources such as wind and solar. The emergence of cheap, plentiful natural gas in particular poses a dilemma for Obama, who supports gas development as a cleaner alternative to fossil fuels that trigger global warming. Many environmental groups who support the president are wary of natural gas and are critical of drilling techniques such as hydraulic fracturing that allow drillers to gain access to reserves that formerly were out of reach. Hydraulic fracturing, also known as “fracking,” involves injection of water, sand and chemicals underground to break up dense rock that holds oil and gas. The Obama administration has said it will for the first time require companies drilling for oil and natural gas on public and Indian lands to publicly disclose chemicals used in fracking operations. The proposed rules also would set standards for proper construction of wells and wastewater disposal. Environmental groups are pushing the administration to do more to crack down on fracking, while industry groups and Republican lawmakers say federal rules are unnecessary, since states already regulate the drilling practice. The natural gas boom “puts the administration in an interesting position. They can be aggressive and look at natural gas for the possibilities it brings, or they can bow to the environmental community, which is not interested in more natural gas drilling,” said Frank Maisano, a Washington spokesman of a range of energy producers from coal to wind. The Environmental Protection Agency also is expected to forge ahead with the first limits on carbon pollution from coal-fired power plants. The administration has imposed rules on new plants but is expected to move forward on rules for existing plants, despite protests from industry and Republicans that new rules will raise electricity prices and kill off coal, the dominant U.S. energy source. Older coal-fired power plants have been shutting down across the country, due to low natural gas prices and weaker demand for electricity.

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USDOT Secretary LaHood to Leave Obama Admin By Ken Thomas ASSOCIATED PRESS

Transportation Secretary Ray LaHood, the only Republican still left in President Barack Obama’s first-term Cabinet, said he plans to leave the Obama administration. The former congressman from Illinois said in an interview with The Associated Press that he intends to remain at the department until his successor is confirmed. LaHood has helped the Obama administration steer through a number of safety measures and highway projects during the past four years. His record has included steps to curb distracted driving, promote high-speed rail projects and improve roads and bridges. Former Defense Secretary Robert Gates also was a Republican. LaHood said he will not run for public office in his home state of Illinois, saying he believes “you should go out while they’re applauding.”

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Associated Equipment Distributors Hold Annual Show

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he annual Associated Equipment Distributors (AED) Summit and CONDEX show was held Jan. 14 to 17 in Las Vegas. Keynote speakers John Hofmeister, founder and CEO of Citizens for Affordable Energy; Fox News Channel’s Stuart

Barry Stoughton (R), president, BLS Enterprises, shows his track pads to Bill Lyon (L) and Rick Albert, president, Rick Albert Machinery, Pleasanton, Calif.

Varney; and Eli Lustgarten, senior vice president of Longbow Securities and president of ESL Consultants addressed attendees and dealer and manufacturer representatives manned the booths on all days of the event. see AED page 34

Bagela is quickly becoming the recognized leader of asphalt recycling equipment in North America. Representing the company are Bagela’s Dan Kovalick (L) and Greg Harla.

Hydrema introduces the new model 912 flatbed truck to address another unique niche in the off-road construction truck market. (L-R) are Alan Patterson, Alberta Construction Equipment; Chris Binder, executive vice president, Hydrema; Kevin O’Donnell, national sales manager, Hydrema; Sterling Roberts, national service manager, Hydrema; and Tom Hartman, regional business manager, Hydrema.

(L-R): Bobby Hudson and Robbie Hegwood, both of HydrauliCircuit Technology Inc., answer questions from David Mehrtens, RoadBuilders Machinery and Supply Co. Inc.

(L-R): The father and son team of Bryan and Phil McCoy, RoadBuilders Machinery and Supply Co. Inc., visit the IronPlanet booth and speak with Carson Erickson, sales manager, IronPlanet.

Woods Equipment Co., headquartered in Oregon, Ill., had its new Woods variable coupler on display, which drew a lot of traffic to the booth. (L-R) are Don Kemp, MinnPar, Mounds View, Minn.; Jerry Johnson and Doreen Putnam, Woods Equipment Co.; and Bill Grundy, Avant Tecno USA, Elk Grove Village, Ill.

John Gaughan (L) and Eric Briese, both of TVH Parts Co., Olathe, Kan. TVH, well known in the forklift industry, is now entering the construction industry.

Displaying the Magnum MS-4 HFB are David Hughes (L), Magnum Attachments, Etobicoke, Ontario; and Tom Bottrell, company president.


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1994 Komatsu PC200LC-6; #91806, Cab/AC, 9’ 6� Arm, 31.5� Tracks, 6,800 hrs ..........$47,500

2001 Caterpillar 730; #91650, Cab/AC, 23.5-25 Tires, 12,400 Hrs ..................................$99,500

2003 Komatsu WA180-3; #91673, Cab/AC, Ride Control, QC/Bucket, 8,800 hrs ......$47,500

2003 Caterpillar D6N LGP; #91804, Cab/AC, Good U/C, Trimble System....................$98,500

2002 Komatsu PC300LC-6; #91646, Cab/AC, 13’ Arm, QC, 33.5� Tracks, 10,650 hrs ......$76,500

2001 Komatsu WA380-3; #81866, Cab/AC, Ride Control, QC/BKT/Forks, 8,300 hrs $79,500

2003 Caterpillar D6R XL II; #91695, Cab, Sweeps, 26� Tracks, 14,500 hrs ........$104,500

2001 Komatsu WA180PT-3; #91793, Cab/AC, GP Bucket, 17.5-25 Tires, 9,450 hrs ....$34,500

1996 Komatsu WA250-1; #91810, Cab/AC, GP Bucket, 20.5-25 Tires ............................$34,500

2002 Caterpillar 769D; #81825, Cab/AC, 18:00-33 Tires, Approx 10,000 hrs ....$269,500

2006 Komatsu WA600-3; #81553, Cab/AC, Ride Control, 8 yd BKT, 3,400 hrs ......$399,500


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Hamm 3307 Compact Roller, 1:34 Scale...$60

Caterpillar 980G Wheel Loader on a Kenworth W900 and Trailking Trailer, 1:50 Scale...$150 Allis-Chalmers Forest Green HD21 Dozer/Ripper, 1:50 Scale......................................................................................$90 Allis-Chalmers Orange HD21 Dozer/Ripper, 1:50 Scale $90

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Komatsu D51 EX Dozer, 1:50 Scale................................$85 Komatsu D375 Dozer, 1:50 Scale..................................$110 Komatsu HD605 Off-Highway Truck, 1:50 Scale ..........$90 Komatsu HM250 Articulated Truck, 1:50 Scale ............$80 Komatsu PC14R Mini-Excavator, 1:32 Scale ................$50 Komatsu PC200 Excavator, 1:50 Scale ........................$105 Komatsu PC350 LC Excavator, 1:50 Scale ....................$90

Bobcat E35 Compact Excavator, 1:25 Scale ................$60 Bobcat M200 Gold Skid Steer Loader, 1:25 Scale ........$30

Komatsu D51 PX Dozer, 1:50 Scale................................$85

Caterpillar 247B3 Multi-Terrain Track Loader, 1:32 Scale .. ..........................................................................................$50

Komatsu PC360LC-10 Excavator, 1:50 Scale ................$95 Komatsu PC400 LC Excavator, 1:50 Scale ....................$95

1:25 Scale..........................................................................$25

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

Komatsu PC2000-8 Front Shovel, 1:50 Scale..............$260

Bobcat M610 Golden 50th Anniversary Skid Steer

Caterpillar 906H Compact Loader, 1:50 Scale ..............$40

Komatsu SK1020 Skid Steer Loader, 1:25 Scale ..........$40

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Komatsu SK1026 Skid Steer Loader, 1:25 Scale ..........$40

Bobcat S175 Skid Steer Loader, 1:25 Scale ..................$45

Camouflage, 1:50 Scale ..................................................$45

Komatsu WA500 Wheel Loader, 1:50 Scale ..................$95

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Caterpillar 963D Track Loader, 1:50 Scale ....................$60

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Bobcat 743 Skid Steer Loader, 1:25 Scale ....................$40

Doosan Moxy MT31 Articulated Truck ........................$115

Link-Belt 800 X2 Excavator,1:50 Scale ........................$200

Bobcat 773 50th Anniversary Skid Steer Loader, 1:25

Hamm GRW280 Compactor w/Cabin ............................$80

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Hitachi EH700 Off-Highway Truck, 1:50 Scale ..............$40

Case 580N Super N Backhoe/Loader, 1:50 Scale ........$50

International "S" Series Dump Truck,1:25 Scale ........$125

Caterpillar AP655D Asphalt Paver, W/O Canopy, 1:50

International TD-15 Dozer, 1:50 Scale ............................$65

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Caterpillar Military D8R Track-Type Tractor, 1:50 Scale$65

International TD-25 Dozer, 1:50 Scale ............................$70

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John Deere 400D Articulated Truck, 1:50 Scale............$50

Caterpillar D8T Track-Type Tractor, 1:50 Scale ..........$110

John Deere 624K Wheel Loader, 1:50 Scale..................$45

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Terex AC 100/4 All Terrain Crane, 1:50 Scale ..............$190

Caterpillar D11R Track-Type Tractor, 1:50 Scale ..........$90

John Deere 872 GP Grader, 1:50 Scale ..........................$60

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

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2006 JCB Vibromax VM1500, 370 Hrs, 33” ....................................(90886770) $15,000 Trench Roll ....................(90776245) $7,500 2008 JCB 8018X, 291 Hrs, Canopy, 9”

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2006 JCB 214, 1,051 to 2,799 Hours, CN, 4wd, E-Stick, with 24” Bucket ........................$33,000

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2006 JCB 3C LL, 213 Hrs, Box Blade, 4wd, w LP Box Scraper ......(00107179) $25,000 2006 JCB 3C LL, 1,082 Hrs, CN, 4wd, w 6’ Box Blade ....................(FF000122) $25,000

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Trench Roll ....................(90888203) $7,500 2005 JCB Vibromax VM1500, 341 Hrs, 33” 2008 JCB 520-50, 564 Hrs, 4,400 Pound, Trench Roll ....................(90948719) $7,500 2007 JCB Vibromax VM1500F85, 598 Hrs, 33” Roll ......................(100032784) $7,500 2008 JCB Vibromax VM1500F85, 10 Hrs, 33” Roll ......................(100032783) $7,500

16’6” Reach ................(91020886) $33,500 2006 JCB 524-40, 7,204 Hrs, 5,000 Pound, 17’4” Reach ..............(MSC02222) $17,000

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2008 JCB 8025Z, 498 Hrs, Canopy, 10”

Rubber Tracks ............(90954077) $15,000 2006 JCB 8027Z, 632 Hrs, Canopy, 10”

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2006 JCB JS260, 3,508 Hrs, 57,500 # Cap, Thumb, with Bucket ..(AA002602) $80,000

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Dennis, Schwenk..

ASCO Equipment Presents $130,515 Road Machinery Check to Combat Marine Outdoors On Jan. 25, ASCO Equipment presented a check to Combat Marine Outdoors (CMO) in the amount of $130,515 to benefit CMO’s program for severely wounded marines, soldiers, airmen, sailors and navy corpsmen. The check resulted from a yearlong effort by local employees in ASCO locations throughout Texas to benefit CMO in 2012. ASCO has a corporate and personal commitment to community and philanthropy, selecting deserving organizations each year to benefit from the efforts of its employees and staff, according to the company. “I’ve seen more scar from the battlefield healed and more emotional scars healed for everybody,” said President of Combat Marine Outdoors Rusty Hicks. “These guys’ sacrifice to our country is not going to go unnoticed.” Individual fundraising efforts were determined by each location. ASCO and the Wright family matched all money raised for the total amount. Command at the Wounded Warrior Battalion-San Antonio Military Medical Center (SAMMC) and the Warrior Transition Battalion selected two deserving recipients for the

Command at the Wounded Warrior Battalion-San Antonio Military Medical Center and the Warrior Transition Battalion selected two deserving recipients for the hunt: L.Cpl. Blake Watson (C), USMC (hometown Dallas, Texas) and Lt. Ryan Brunett, U.S. Army (hometown Troy, Mont.)

hunt: L.Cpl. Blake Watson, USMC (hometown Dallas, Texas) and Lt. Ryan Brunett, U.S. Army (hometown Troy, Mont.). Both were wounded in action in Afghanistan and are active duty assigned for rehabilitation at SAMMC in San Antonio. “It’s not that when you get injured your body’s different, its that you don’t think you can do the things you love to do,” said Brunett. “So having everyone out here supporting us and giving us the opportunity to be outdoors and hunting and doing the things we did in life before we were injured lets you know pyschologically, emotionally and physically, ‘hey you can still do everything you love to do.’” ASCO also has arranged for a personal phone call to the service members by country music superstar, Trace Adkins. Trace has a long record of supporting the military and wounded warrior efforts. He also is spokesman for ASCO in Texas. “It’s better than any therapy you could receive from any hospital,” said Watson. About Combat Marine Outdoors Combat Marine Outdoors started in 2005 after visiting combat wounded Marines and Sailors from the 1st Marine Division at Brooke Army Medical Center for several months. The Marines, Sailors and service members there needed an opportunity to get away from the hospital, in an environment of friendship, camaraderie, and fellowship with fellow Marines in order to accelerate their recovery from the traumatic injuries they sustained in combat. In many cases, these service members did not want to leave the confines of the hospital, but it was (and is) crucial to begin to re-inculcate back into society. In every case, the Marines and other service members who participated in the outings felt an enormous sense of accomplishment and a new sense of hope and belonging once the trip was completed. For more information, visit http://www.combatmarineoutdoors.org. For more information on ASCO, visit http://www.ascoeq.com/.

On Jan. 25, ASCO Equipment presented a check to Combat Marine Outdoors (CMO) in the amount of $130,515 to benefit CMO’s program for severely wounded marines, soldiers, airmen, sailors and navy corpsmen.

Welcomes Two Hires, Promotes Caldwell Road Machinery has recently welcomed two hires, Rick Dennis and Bill Schwenk. The company also has promoted Mark Caldwell to regional general manager. Dennis has joined the company as regional sales manager for Northern California. In his new position, Dennis is responsible for increasing new and used equipment sales in his territory, with six account managers reporting to him. “We welcome Rick to Road,” said Dan Roush, president of Road Machinery. “He brings many years of experience and a tremendous amount of technical and sales knowledge to the company. We expect him to have a major impact in increasing our market share.” Dennis has 35 years of experience in the heavy equipment industry. He has extensive knowledge of the industry, due to the wide range of departments he has worked with, including parts, accounting, inside and outside sales, and both sales and operations management. Schwenk has joined the company as regional sales manager for Southern California. In his new position, Schwenk oversees equipment sales and rentals for the territory, with five account managers reporting to him. “We expect Bill’s experience will give us a huge edge in this very competitive market,” said Dan Roush, president of Road Machinery. “Bill has been extremely successful in heavy equipment sales over the past 30 years, and we expect his impact to be significant.” Schwenk began his career in construction equipment as an outside salesman for a dealership in Montana and was promoted to regional sales manager there, where he built a very successful sales team, before moving to Road Machinery. He will be responsible for building the company’s sales in the Southern California market. Caldwell has been promoted to regional general manager of product support in California. In his new position, Caldwell oversees all parts and service operations for the 5 locations in the state. “We expect Mark to have a major impact in growing our parts and sales operations in California,” said Dan Roush, president at Road Machinery. “With over 30 years in the equipment business, he has the experience necessary to make sure our customers’ needs are fully met. He will also play an important role in deciding where additional branches should be located.” Caldwell began his career in the service department of an equipment dealership and was promoted to service manager before moving to Road Machinery as general service manager. In the past few years, Caldwell’s responsibilities have been expanded consistently, including a promotion to regional general manager of Northern California, overseeing parts, service, and sales. Road Machinery LLC has been selling and servicing heavy machinery since 1955. As the exclusive dealer for Komatsu in the Southwest, the company has fifteen locations throughout the area, in Arizona, New Mexico, Texas, California and Mexico. For more information, call 800/9897121 or visit www.roadmachinery.com.


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Crushing, Screening & Recycling Section Wirtgen’s 4200 SM WPI Surface Miner Detects Wear, Tear on Cutting Tools Wirtgen’s 4200 SM WPI surface miner with integrated measurement system detects wear and tear on cutting tools. WPI stands for Wirtgen pick inspection — and essentially consists of eight very quickly measuring sensors integrated in the cutting roller housing. These sensors are used to measure the wear of the cutter. WPI can take measurements in less than one minute and this can be carried out easily during truck changeover so that downtimes can be avoided. The entire measurements are taken automatically at the press of a button, and the operator can see the measurement results on a separate screen. Machine operators and service technicians are thus able to optimally plan any necessary service intervals, and the cutting tools are used to their maximum capacity. 4200 SM WPI: Maximum Performance in Large-Scale Opencast Mining The use of WPI provides the machine operator with a quick and The new 4200 SM is a high-performance easy overview of cutting tool wear — without causing any machine for mine operators and customers in machine downtime. large-scale opencast mining whose goal is to achieve an annual mining capacity in soft rock of up to 12 per hour. The discharge conveyor’s large slewing angle of million tons with a single machine while wanting to make 180 degrees, flexible height adjustment and variable belt full use of the benefits offered by Wirtgen’s selective mining speed ensure smooth loading of large transport trucks even technology that enables cutting, crushing and loading in a in space-restricted conditions. single working pass. The surface miner is available to cusApp for Service Teams tomers in two different designs: as a powerful mining expert Reduces Changeover Times for hard rock, such as iron ore, bauxite or phosphate, or for Another advantage of WPI comes from the simplified use in various types of soft rock including, for example, coal workflow for the service teams responsible for changing the or lignite. The miner has a cutting width of 13.8 ft. (4.20 m) and is capable of working at a maximum cutting depth of cutting tools. If a cutter needs to be changed, a separate mobile end device prepares the information stating which 32.7 in. (83 cm) in soft rock. The heavy-duty machine is equipped with a 16-cylinder cutter is to be changed. This function is accomplished by an diesel engine from Cummins, making it the ideal candidate application that shows part of the cutting roller and marks the for a wide range of applications as its power of 1,612 hp cutter to be changed in color. In addition, when operating the entire surface miner fleet, (1,194 kW) offers tremendous reserve capacity. Generously dimensioned tanks offering capacities of 766 gal. (2,900 L) the information on the wear status of the cutting tools helps for diesel and 2,648 gal. (10,000 L) for water additionally to optimize the whole service and production process. For example, the use of service technicians and the provision of increase the miner’s uptime. A two-stage conveyor system with 71 in. (180 cm) wide spare parts is planned specifically based on the wear inforprimary and discharge conveyors and a discharge conveyor mation of the individual machines. For more information, visit length of 472 or 630 in. (1,200 or 1,600 cm) respectively, supports the miner’s cutting performance of up to 3,000 tons www.wirtgen.com.

The Powerscreen XH250 Horizontal Shaft Impactor is a highly compact tracked crusher designed to offer both excellent reduction and high consistency of product yield.

Powerscreen Texas to Exhibit at AGG1 Powerscreen Texas will exhibit the XH250 Impact Crusher at AGG1 in San Antonio, Texas from March 19 to 21. “We are delighted that AGG1 is coming to San Antonio and are excited to be taking part in the exhibition. Our team of crushing and screening professionals are looking forward to meeting new and existing customers to discuss how our equipment and features can benefit their businesses,” said Sam McNabb, president of Powerscreen Texas. Tony Weir, Powerscreen technical sales and applications manager, will take part in the AGG1 Academy this year. Weir will present on improving equipment selection and plant productivity using modern simulation and analysis techniques Thursday, March 19. Powerscreen impactors are ideal for shaping applications including making chips, sand, concrete manufacture, and glass recycling. The Powerscreen XH250 Horizontal Shaft Impactor is a highly compact tracked crusher designed to offer both excellent reduction and high consistency of product yield. The XH250 is designed mainly for the recycling and demolition markets and is an ideal contract machine due to its compact design and mobility. Capable of processing a wide range of material at a high output, the plant is versatile, easy to operate and fuel efficient due to its direct drive system. Key benefits of the machine include a high consistency of product shape alongside key features such as hydraulic overload protection and a throughput of up to 275 tons per hour. For more information, visit www.powerscreentx.com.


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Screen Machine Introduces Tracked CST Cone Crusher

Screen Machine Industries Inc.’s track-mounted CST cone crusher features a 51 in. (129.5 cm) quarry-duty cone crusher offering a high weight to power ratio. This plant features a vibratory shaker screen located between the feeder and the cone crusher. Pre-screening the fines will significantly reduce crusher wear costs and increase overall plant production, according to the manufacturer. This American-made machine utilizes Grade 80 steel construction for strength and durability that will extend the machine’s overall life. Other features include Caterpillar diesel power, heavy-duty tracked undercarriage and wireless remotecontrol movement and operation. For more information, visit www.screenmachine.com.


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Survey Indicates Construction Companies Will Continue to Invest in IT Infrastructure OUTLOOK from page 1

“While the outlook for the construction industry appears to be heading in the right direction for 2013, many firms are still grappling with significant economic headwinds,” said Stephen E. Sandherr, the association’s chief executive officer. “With luck and a lot of work, the hard-hit construction industry should be larger, healthier, more technologically savvy and more profitable by the end of 2013 than it is today.” Sandherr noted that significantly more firms are planning to add staff this year compared to the number of firms expecting to make layoffs. He said that 31 percent of firms plan to add staff this year, while only 9 percent plan to make layoffs this year. The scope of those staff additions are likely to be modest, however, with 79 percent of firms reporting they plan to hire 15 or fewer people in 2013 and only 13 percent planning to hire more than 25 new workers this year. Among the 30 states with large enough survey sample sizes, 56 percent of firms in Maryland plan to hire new staff this year, more than in any other state. Only 14 percent of firms in South Carolina plan to add staff this year, the least amount in any state. Meanwhile, 37 percent of firms in Michigan plan layoffs for this year, the highest percentage of any state. No firms working in Maryland reported plans to make layoffs this year. Contractors appear increasingly optimistic that demand for certain private sector projects will expand this year, Sandherr noted. Firms are most optimistic about the outlook for hospital and higher education construction, he said, noting that 36 percent of firms predict the amount of money spent on those projects will grow in 2013 while 39 percent of firms expect the market will remain stable compared to last year. Contractors also were optimistic about the markets for power construction, but had lower expectations for manufacturing; private office and retail, warehouse and lodging construction. Meanwhile, contractors expect demand for many types of public construction will decline in 2013. For example, 40 percent of contractors report they expect demand for public buildings to shrink in 2013 while only 18 percent expect that market to grow. Another 37 percent of contractors report they expect demand for K-12 school construction to shrink while only 20 percent expect it to increase. And 35 percent of contractors expect the market for manufacturing facilities to shrink this year, while only 23 percent predict it will expand. A significant — but smaller than last year — number of contractors report that customers’ projects have been delayed or cancelled because of tight credit conditions. Forty percent of responding firms report that tighter lending conditions have forced their customers to delay or cancel construction projects. Only 3 percent of firms reported having an easier time getting credit while 41 percent report no change in credit conditions. “Unfortunately, there are almost as many causes for concern as there are signs of optimism,” said Ken Simonson, the association’s chief economist. “Demand for public buildings is set to decline, manufacturing work appears to be slackening, materials prices and health care costs continue to rise and many firms are reluctant to make major investments in new equipment.”

Simonson noted that overall demand for new construction equipment is likely to remain modest in 2013. Sixty-four percent of firms plan to purchase new equipment this year, down from 70 percent last year, while 77 percent of firms plan to lease this year compared to 78 percent in 2012. Contractors are increasingly relying on leasing equipment to avoid having to pay for idle equipment during lags in construction activity, the economist noted. Even as they shift toward more leasing, firms’ appetite for new equipment remains modest, with two-thirds of the firms planning to buy and 73 percent planning to lease $250,000 or less in equipment this year. Contractors also report being squeezed by rising costs for health insurance and construction materials. Seventy-five percent of firms reported paying more for health care coverage in 2012 and 77 percent expect to pay even more in 2013. Meanwhile, 88 percent of firms reported paying more for construction materials last year while 90 percent expect to pay more for their supplies this year. However, contractors are increasingly optimistic about their ability to raise bid levels. Twenty-eight percent of firms expect to increase the amount they charge for construction this year, nearly double the 15 percent of firms that increased prices in 2012. An increasing number of construction firms — 38 percent in 2012 compared to 35 percent in 2011 — report using Building Information Modeling services, also known as BIM, association officials noted. And 43 percent report they expect the use of BIM to increase in 2013. In addition, more firms report working on public private partnerships, which leverage private-sector dollars to finance public projects. Thirty-seven percent of firms report being involved in these kinds of projects in 2012 and 97 percent expect demand for these kinds of privately financed projects to increase or remain stable in 2013. “The survey indicates that construction companies will continue to make investments in their IT infrastructure, specifically in areas such as enterprise content management, mobile field applications and solutions that support self-service functions,” said Roger D. Kirk, CEO, Computer Guidance Corporation. Kirk noted that 60 percent of firms report they plan to invest in their information technology departments in 2013. He added that 73 percent of those firms report they expect to invest over $10,000 in new information technology this year. However, a relatively small percentage of firms — 11 percent — report they plan to purchase new financial and job cost software in 2013, Kirk added. Similarly, only 9 percent of firms plan to lease or finance the purchase of new financial and job cost software in 2013. The outlook, which the association co-sponsored with Computer Guidance, was based on survey results from more than 1,300 construction firms from 49 states, the District of Columbia and Puerto Rico. Contractors from every segment of the industry answered more than 30 questions about their hiring, equipment purchasing and business plans. Economists and specialists from the association and Computer Guidance analyzed those comments to craft the outlook.

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JCB Machines to Help Unearth Buried Wartime Spitfires Two excavators and a backhoe made by Staffordshire-based JCB are about to embark on a mission to help recover Spitfire warplanes designed by one of the county’s most famous sons and believed to be buried in Burma. The unassembled planes are thought to have been hidden in the ground by American engineers across three sites as World War II drew to a close. Now a bid to excavate for crates thought to contain more than 30 of the Spitfires is about to get under way at Rangoon International Airport, and JCB is providing a 22 ton (20 t) JS200 tracked excavator, a 24 ton (22 t) JS220 tracked excavator and a 3CX Eco backhoe loader to complete the job. The company also is dispatching the team leader of the world famous JCB Dancing Digger display team, JCB demonstrator Oliver Keates of Cheadle, Staffordshire, to operate the machines and offer expert advice on the digging operation.

Aviation enthusiast David Cundall, pictured with a JCB machine, which had just arrived on site in Burma.

“I’m excited at the prospect of being involved in this project. It’s going to be thrilling to be at the controls of JCB machines attempting to unearth a Spitfire.” Oliver Keates JCB

JCB was founded by renowned engineer Joseph Cyril Bamford in a lock-up garage in Uttoxeter, Staffordshire, in October 1945 and under the leadership of his son, Chairman Sir Anthony Bamford, it has grown into the world’s third largest manufacturer of construction equipment. It is another great Staffordshire engineer, Reginald Mitchell, who is famous for designing the Spitfire. He was born in 1895 in Kidsgrove, Staffordshire, and educated at Hanley High School, Stoke-on-Trent. Bamford said, “Reginald Mitchell put Staffordshire on the map in the 1930s with the design of the Spitfire so it’s very fitting that JCB, a modern day innovator and engineering company based in the county, should be providing the excavators to dig up the planes.” Oliver Keates, who has worked for JCB for 14 years, said, “I’m excited at the prospect of being involved in this project.

It’s going to be thrilling to be at the controls of JCB machines attempting to unearth a Spitfire.” Businessman Julian Mitchell, of Newcastle, Staffordshire, who is Reginald’s great-nephew said: “I’m delighted that JCB is involved in helping recover the Spitfires. Staffordshire is a great manufacturing county and I’m sure my great-uncle would have been pleased that a modern-day JCB’s Oliver Keates prepares to leave the snow behind to head for Burma where he will be British engineering success story leading the excavations for more than 30 unassembled WWII Spitfires thought to be buried was playing such an important at Rangoon International Airport. role in this project.” world’s most versatile piece of construction being used in the dig is powered by a 172 hp The dig is getting under way after a 17 equipment and is one of the biggest selling (128 kW) engine and can dig to a depth of year search for the Spitfires led by aviation machines due to its ability to load, road and 21.8 ft. (6.6 m). enthusiast David Cundall. Award-winning excavate. It weighs in at 17,000 lbs. (7,711 JCB is supplying the machines through its on-line games developer Wargaming is kg) has a top speed of 25 mph and a bucket dealer in Burma, RMA Services Co Ltd. funding the efforts to recover the buried capacity of 1.4 cu yd. (1 cu m). JCB has Based in purpose-built facilities in Yangon, Spitfires. made more than half a million backhoes the company also is providing logistical and The JCB 3CX backhoe loader is the since 1953. The JS200 tracked excavator service support.


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Safety, Efficiency Depend on Proper Drill Operation By Randy Stevens SPECIAL TO CEG

Pneumatic concrete dowel drills have one purpose — to drill holes. While their intended use is easy to recognize, operation of this equipment isn’t quite so simple. In fact, it’s a bit of a science. That’s not to say they’re difficult to operate. But there are certain best practices and processes to keep in mind for proper drill operation, whether it’s an ongrade, slab-rider or equipment-mounted model. Operators who adopt these guidelines and implement them on every job are rewarded with better performance from the machine and fewer hassles overall. First Things First Before even getting the drill close to a concrete slab, a few simple preparations are needed. A pneumatic dowel drill virtually comes out of a box, poised to go to work; all it takes to ready it for a job is air, a drill bit and a couple simple steps. Specific instructions vary with each make and model, so follow the exact recommendations in the owner’s manual. Generally speaking, the basic items begin with attaching and securing the air hose from the compressor to the drill. Next, install the drill bits. When doing so, it’s necessary to have the correct bit guide bushing to match the bit. This centralizes the bit and keeps it from moving around too much. The bit also must be the proper chuck size for the drill. Adjust the drill spacing and height, level the drill and set the drilling depth. Finally, be sure to start with the proper lubricating oil in the oiler. Most manufacturers recommend rock drill oil, as it’s heavy and thick enough to run this large of a piece of equipment. Some operators may try to use pneumatic tool oil or even automatic transmission fluid. These types of lubricants are much lighter and almost a watery consistency. While ideal for smaller tools, like impact wrenches, these lubricants often won’t stand up to the demands of a large dowel drill. After these basic preparations, a dowel drill is almost ready to begin its job. Prior to

any actual drilling, every operator should know the basics of proper use to ensure a smooth process and end result. Following a few guidelines will result in projects that are completed efficiently, safely and without equipment failure whether they’re new pours or full-depth repairs. Under Pressure Most highway paving, airport repair and smaller residential roadwork projects have one thing in common: deadlines. Every piece of equipment must perform at its maximum efficiency level so the company can keep up with strict timelines and avoid penalties. Setting a drill to the proper feed pressure is the first step to optimal drilling. There is a common — and incorrect — belief that increasing the feed pressure will increase the drilling speed and efficiency, but that’s simply not true. Finding the proper feed pressure is the best way to ensure maximum efficiency, and also to prevent unnecessary damage to drill bits and the drill itself. This greatly minimizes downtime for replacements, as well as costs for new bits or more significant repairs to the drill. Whether using an on-grade, slab-rider or equipment-mounted drill, each has virtually the same process for setting and adjusting feed pressure. Feed pressure varies based on the drill and application, so there’s not a specific setting that’s going to work for all scenarios. The best approach is to set a logical starting point and then adjust as needed based on the results. Most manufacturers recommend a starting point between 18 to 25 psi for horizontal drilling applications. From there, the operator simply needs to watch the machine’s performance and adjust if necessary. For example, if the drill is “bouncing” on the concrete’s surface rather than drilling into it, the pressure is too weak and the operator needs to increase it. Conversely, if the pressure is too great, the bit’s rotation will slow down or even stop. In this case, adjust the pressure down until normal rotation resumes. Most drills have an easily

adjustable regulator knob that simply needs to be turned one way or the other to adjust pressure up or down. On job sites with multi-gang drills, it’s recommended to go through this process one drill at a time. After proper adjustments have been made to each individual drill, they can be run simultaneously. However, after they’re all turned on simultaneously for the first time, it’s also the first time they’re all being run off the same air compressor, so slight adjustment may be needed to be sure they’re all still receiving adequate pressure. Some on-grade and slab-rider drills can be converted to vertical drilling and there also are specific models designed just for this application. In the case of vertical drilling, the same process can be used with a minor adjustment. Feed pressure should be reduced anywhere from about 5 to 9 psi from the start, then adjusted up only. This is a common safety precaution because, if the pressure is set too high, the drill can tip over. Keep in mind the two factors that affect ideal feed pressure before the bit ever meets the concrete: drill bit size and the hardness of concrete. It’s important to remember this when the drill is moved from one job site to the next. What worked for one airport lane addition may not be ideal for another one in a different setting. Again, it all goes back to monitoring performance and adjusting pressure as needed. Another key to achieving optimal operation and minimal stress on the drill is a relatively simple concept: every drilling application should be approached in a series of strategic steps. Keeping Things in Order Imagine a homebuilding project. The only way to succeed is to follow a proper series of steps. Pour the foundation, put the framing in place, put up the drywall and, finally, install the fixtures. Mess with the sequence and the project won’t make it very far. Similarly, there’s a proper sequence for before and after drilling. Following it prevents damage to the drill and components and makes a successful project more likely.

Spawling is a great example of an issue one can avoid with proper pre- and postdrilling procedures. This common problem results in excess concrete chipping away from the hole area. While some spawling is natural in a concrete drilling application, following the proper sequence will keep it to a minimum and is the best way to avoid any issues with inspectors. In addition, both the pre- and post-hole techniques help to prevent dry-firing, a situation in which the drill is in operation but there’s no pressure on the bit. Dry-firing adds unnecessary stress to the drill and can damage its trunnion bolts. Every bit has a latch, which is held in place by a trunnion bolt. The stress dry-firing places on the drill can eventually cause the bolt to break. With proper operation, a trunnion bolt can last the entire lifetime of the drill. At around $80 apiece, it isn’t a part most operators want to replace frequently, if ever. Whether it’s for a single hole or set of holes, the first step is to properly position the drill along the designated area of a slab where holes are to be drilled. Next, feed the drill. Place it against the concrete and move the feed control valve to the “In” position. When the bits make initial contact with the concrete, place the main power switch in the “On” position and the drill will begin operating. After the drill has reached its desired depth, it’s crucial to turn it off immediately to prevent dry-firing. Then, there’s a proper removal sequence to follow as well. Prior to taking the drill out of the hole, stop the drill by moving the main power switch to the “Off” position. Do the same for the feed control valve and that will cause the drill to retract. Occasionally, the drill bit can become stuck in the hole and make it difficult or impossible to retract the drill. If that’s the case, simply turn on the power valve. This will allow the bit to rotate enough that it should easily begin to retract. At that point, shut off the valve. If a drill has an auto align switch, it’s wise to place it in the “Up” posisee PNEUMATIC page 28


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tion before fully pulling it away to move to the next location. This slightly raises the drill away from the concrete. When the drill has been moved and placed in its next location, move the auto align switch to the “Down” position and repeat the sequence. Some operators neglect to turn off the drill before removing it from the hole and others even leave it running when moving to a new location. While it’s tempting to skip the proper steps in an effort to save time, it’s not safe and will end up causing more headaches. Safety is one area on the job site where there’s no room for compromise. As with any major piece of machinery, dowel drills have their own set of safety guidelines that everyone on site needs to follow.

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Safety Notes Dowel drilling isn’t a dangerous process. However, as with any piece of equipment, negligent operation or a complete disregard for safe practices can create serious hazards. Just like ignoring proper operational sequences, ignoring safe operation practices may put more than just the operator in jeopardy; it also can lead to a damaged drill or component. Begin with the basics, proper work attire. Workers should wear earplugs to prevent damage from drill and air compressor noise. Debris flies during drilling, so the operator and other workers on the site must wear safety glasses and hardhats, as well. Concrete dust is often emitted during the process too, so dust masks are a must-have for all on site workers. But concrete dust can pose other risks too. If large amounts are emitted, the dust can cloud a site and create a low-visibility environment for workers or, worse, for nearby live traffic. To help minimize dust emissions, many companies offer pneumatic drills with dust suppression kits or dust collection systems. Dust suppression kits include a spray nozzle, which attaches to each drill system and sprays water on the bit as it’s drilling. A dust collection system runs on the same compressor as the drill and vacuums dust as it’s emitted. The system’s dust collection head typically mounts to the end of the bit guide, where the bit penetrates the concrete. The vacuum draws out dust straight from the hole and into the collection bag. Both systems keep airborne dust and related hazards to a minimum. A few areas of the drill pose specific danger to operators. Every drill has pinch points

where fingers, hands or limbs can become caught. A primary example is the carriage assembly. Keep clear of the carriage assembly to avoid being caught between the carriage and frame. When moving a drill, be sure the carriage lock is set to prevent the assembly from sliding onto fingers and hands. Furthermore, improperly moving a drill can cause operator strain or a serious accident. When moving a drill on the ground, operators should use the unit’s designated handles. If the drill is lifted improperly, it could cause a strained back or other muscle and joint problems. If a drill needs to be moved a greater distance, a lifting device might be necessary. In this case, use a properly weight-rated strap or chain and attach it to the drill’s lifting bale. Be sure the carriage lock is in place. Compressed air is required to run a pneumatic drill and the great pressure can pose safety issues. The operator should monitor the air compressor’s gauge to be sure pressure doesn’t inch up too high. If the pressure is too high, it can damage the drill. This may void the warranty altogether, but even more detrimental is the lost productivity as a result of downtime. Additionally, before moving, disconnecting the air hose or any parts or disassembling the unit, the operator must first shut off the air supply and bleed off any air in the system. Taking just a few minutes to do so will help eliminate potential injuries. One final note to ensure efficient operation and long drill life is perhaps the simplest of all — keep the drills clean. At the end of each workday, use the air compressor to blow off all dust and debris from the drills. While it doesn’t seem like much, it can pay off greatly. Doing so prevents clogging issues and excessive dust build-up. In the event of rain, any dust accumulated will quickly harden to concrete when it dries. If choosing to pressure wash the drills postoperation, be sure to dry thoroughly to prevent any potential concrete accumulation. No matter the project size, timeline or logistics, the need for correct drill operation is one component of a job that’s always a constant. Proper operation isn’t difficult or complicated, it simply boils down to a few best practices. The small investment of time and thought pays back large dividends in job site safety and productivity. And, ultimately, the result is a piece of equipment that costs less to own and offers more years of reliable service.


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John Deere E-Series Features North America’s Largest ADT After a successful introfrom rising when the rear duction at ConExpochassis exceeds a predeterCon/AGG 2011, the new mined slope angle. John Deere 460E ADT joins Another new customer the 370E and 410E as part of driven feature of the E-Series the E-Series. The 460E, the and a hallmark for John highlight of the three models, Deere is centralized, true is Deere’s largest, most operground level servicing to ator friendly truck ever built. simplify daily maintenance The 46-ton (41.7 t) model is and overall serviceability. All now John Deere’s largest daily service can be completarticulated dump truck ever ed from the ground. In addito hit the market. tion, the all-new John Deere “The E-Series ADT is a adaptive suspension control customer driven, ground up system improves stability to design to meet and exceed increase productivity on the the durability, productivity work site. This new suspenand uptime needs of contracsion system is standard on all tors,” said Mark Oliver, ADT The E-Series ADTs feature a John Deere PowerTech 13.5L IT4 engine with E-Series ADTs. product marketing manager, three power levels based on the John Deere Construction & model — 422 net hp (370E), 443 net Forestry. “We worked with hp (410E), and 481 net hp (460E). road builders, site developers, and the mining, quarry and tages in the market, including high aggregate segments to develop power-to-weight ratios, gradabilithree trucks that are purpose-built ty, and capacity,” said Oliver. “One to reliably handle various payloads of the biggest customer inspired and move materials faster and enhancements are the on the fly more efficiently on any job site in differential locks that can be applied at any speed, manually or the world.” Designed and built in automatically, for improved perDavenport, Iowa, the E-Series formance in poor conditions.” Allowing the differential lock ADTs feature a John Deere PowerTech 13.5L IT4 engine with system to run in automatic mode three power levels based on the will simplify operation for new model — 422 net hp (370E), 443 operators by taking the guesswork net hp (410E), and 481 net hp out of using the differential locks. (460E). A purpose built ZF trans- When ground conditions get soft mission includes a high capacity and difficult, the system will autoretarder, eight forward gears and matically control the axle differenfour reverse gears. In addition, the tial locks as well as the inter-axle Allowing the differential lock system to run in automatic mode new John Deere hauler axles are differential lock all while the truck will simplify operation for new operators by taking the guessdesigned for heavy-duty applica- is still moving. An experienced work out of using the differential locks. tions and include on-the-fly differ- operator can still choose to manucies. A newly designed stay-tight Hydraulically controlled fans with ential locks, outboard planetaries ally engage the traction controls. The new ADTs incorporate oscillation joint, high-suspension swing out cooling packages on and each axle is independently pressure lubed and filtered. The E- high-strength materials to provide travel on all axles, and balanced both sides of the engine highlight Series axles use internal wet disc durable, long lasting structures weight distribution also provide the cool on demand system. For brakes that utilize independent while still keeping a strong focus the agility and ability to navigate dusty environments, there is a on overall weight and distribution. hostile terrain. To minimize the reversible fan option available for cooling circuits. “This new truck design offers This provides increased power-to- risk of rollover while unloading, simplified cooler cleanout. contractors some serious advan- weight ratios and hauling efficien- the dump body can be restricted The cab monitor provides an

easy to read LCD screen with onboard diagnostics, analog/digital gauges, and vital system indicators. Two ergonomically positioned sealed switch modules simplify operation and convenience controls. The auto shutdown feature turns off the engine after an owner-determined period of inactivity to help save fuel while reducing emissions, idle time operation, and subsequent wear on the power train and hydraulics. An on board weighing (OBW) system allows contractors to view the weight and the number of loads carried via JDLink, improving project management and equipment utilization. This OBW system not only allows the customer to track and optimize payload performance of an E-Series ADT, but also will aid in maximizing the life of the tires and chassis. The truck has mirror-mounted load indicator lights that illuminate for the loading operator as the truck approaches capacity (yellow), is at capacity (green), or overload (red). An integrated tire pressure monitoring system helps maximize traction, tire life and fuel efficiency and access to JDLink Ultimate allows customers to check tire pressures remotely and receive alerts when the pressure gets too low or too high. For those fleet managers, owners or operators looking to get the most out of their equipment, a standard three-year subscription of JDLink Ultimate continuously collects and transmits machine data for machine management. The system enables timely preventive maintenance and remote diagnostics, as well as the coordination of machines working on multiple job sites to get the right machine to the right place at the right time. For more information, visit www.JohnDeere.com.


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Trail King Introduces New Detachable Gooseneck Trailer Trail King’s new mechanical detachable gooseneck (MG) trailer delivers lightweight strength, maximum corrosion resistance and longlasting good looks. The upper deck and the wheel area of the new MG feature aluminum cross members and outer rails as standard equipment, to deliver optimum corrosion resistance as well as significant weight savings. In fact, the new MG is 750 to 1,000 lbs. (340 to 453 kg) lighter than previous models, according to the manufacturer. The standard cross members in the The standard cross members in the main deck are 8 in. (20 cm) I-beams alternating with 4 in. (10 cm) I-beams for 12 in. (30 cm) in the outer bays, although aluminum cross members are available as an option, as are aluminum box beam cross memmain deck are 8 in. (20 cm) I-beams spacing bers to accommodate optional aluminum pullouts. alternating with 4 in. (10 cm) Ibeams for 12 in. (30 cm) spacing in bolted together. The result is maximum corrosion resist• Adjustable ride height control the outer bays, although aluminum cross members are ance, even in places you can’t see, according to the man• Wide Load sign, flag, and strobe light brackets available as an option, as are aluminum box beam cross ufacturer. • And much more members to accommodate optional aluminum pullouts. The wheel area on the new MG also is designed with a The Mechanical Detachable Gooseneck trailer is availThe MG still features four steel main I-beams con- longer and deeper mini-boom trough to better accommo- able in 60-, 75-, and 90-thousand-lb. (27,215, 34,019 and structed of one-piece web and flange material that is date the hitches on agriculture equipment, as well as 40,823 kg) capacities. welded on all four sides to seal and protect the seams many kinds of construction equipment. In addition to the new mechanical detachable goosefrom rust and corrosion. Then all steel is primed and Other standard equipment on the new MG includes: neck, Trail King manufactures a complete line of trailers, painted with two-component urethane primer and two• Gooseneck reinforced for flip including tags, tilts, hydraulic detachable lowboys, and component polyurethane paint before decking or any air, • Removable gooseneck rollers hydraulic tails and sliding axles; end dump, bottom dump, hydraulic or electrical lines are installed. This includes • Air-activated, positive self-locking pin for the goose- and side dump trailers; live bottom trailers; pneumatic dry the new wheel area, where the deck and the wheel area neck bulk trailers; and hydraulic platform trailers and multiare both primed and painted separately before being huck • Bent-style D-rings and outrigger brackets axle trailers for the specialized hauling industry.

Stage 8 Mechanical Locking Fasteners Stay Tight on Trucks Stage 8, an active mechanical locking systems manufacturer, now has applications that keep work trucks on the road. Any mechanic will confirm that shock, pressure, vibration and temperature change all combine to loosen fasteners, which inevitably come loose at the worst possible time. Stage 8 provides application specific locking fasteners in an unlimited range of sizes, materials, thread pitches and retainer configurations. The system is designed to stop threaded joint failure and downtime by preventing fastener loosening from starting, according to the manufacturer. Stage 8’s GrooveLok fastener locking system acts like a small wrench locked onto a bolt head, with the wrench (Stage 8 locking retainer) braced against a stationary object, such as a frame, casting or protrusion. This stops any counter rotation of the bolt until the locking system is removed. The system works the same way with nuts. It

includes a grooved nut, an application specific retainer, which serves as the “wrench socket and handle”, and a spring clip, all of which combine to work together. “When you see the clip and retainer locked in place, you know the fasteners have maintained their full pre-load,” said Robert Ahern, Stage 8 manager. “Until you remove the clip and retainer, the nut or bolt will not budge. The Stage 8 system retrofits existing components, is fully reusable and works on items as small as eyeglass screws, to bolts as large as 8-in. (20 cm) in diameter holding generator propellers onto a hydroelectric dam. To date, the system has no reported failures in more than 17,000,000 applications, according to the manufacturer. Stage 8 manufacturers many types of active, fail-safe mechanical locking fasteners including locking header bolts. For more information, call 800/843-7836 or visit www.stage8.com.


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Cat Lift Provides Trucks for 2013 Houston Livestock Show More than 2 million people and 30,000 animals are expected at Reliant Park for the 2013 Houston Livestock Show and Rodeo in February and March. Behind the scenes Cat Lift Trucks will provide the equipment and expertise, including more than 100 lift trucks, needed to prepare for the massive influx of show-goers and livestock. In its ninth year as the official lift truck provider for the Houston Livestock Show and Rodeo, Cat Lift Trucks and local dealer Adobe Equipment Houston LLC (Adobe) will provide a broad range of internal combustion pneumatic tire lift trucks ranging in capacity from 5,000 to 36,000 lbs. (2,268 to 16,329 kg) to meet the material handling needs of the show. Used exclusively throughout the more than 300-acre Reliant Park, the Cat lift trucks will be used daily to unload trailers of every size and move tons of animal feed, lumber, food supplies, water, visitor guides, merchandise and more. The trucks also will facilitate setup and teardown of all exhibits and equipment needed for nightly performances, including the stage materials, platforms and audio visual equipment that allow the show to host a star-studded lineup of country music and HxGN LIVE – Hexagon’s International Conference, 3 – 6 June, 2013, Las Vegas, Nevada, USA! Join Leica Geosystems at the HxGN LIVE Conference – formerly known as Hexagon 2013! It’s a different name, but the same great conference – and an experience you don’t want to miss. Group registration options and special discounts for previous conference alumni, educational institutions, law enforcement agencies, and authorized dealers are also available. For more information contact: Angelique Ortega Angelique.ortega@leicaus.com +1 925/790-2318. See you in Las Vegas!

Illinois Association of Aggregate Producers FATALITY FREE 2012 for ILLINOIS AGGREGATE PRODUCERS! Congratulations go out from the IAAP Safety Committee to everyone working in the aggregate mining industry for Illinois for another fatality free year! That’s nine years in a row working together ensuring Illinois is one of the safest places to be a miner. As in previous years, the Safety Committee will celebrate this achievement by conducting a hardhat sticker design contest awarding a $250 cash prize to this year’s winner. Please take this opportunity to express your creative talent by submitting one or more designs for consideration. Each entry should clearly show the colors and state the safety slogan or other lettering you would like us to see on the sticker. Submit your art work by email to: IAAP Outreach Manager Shawn McKinney at shawn@hansoninfosys.com or by mail to: IAAP, 1115 South Second Street, Springfield, Illinois 62704, on or before February 26, 2013. A winning entry will be chosen the next day by the IAAP Safety Committee then reproduced for distribution to member companies in the spring. ARA The Rental Show is February 10-13 at a new Las Vegas location: The Sands Expo and Convention Center, right in the middle of the Las Vegas Strip. Click on www.therentalshow.com for a detailed schedule and more information. AGC of America Annual Convention: Registration is now open for the 2013 AGC Annual Convention and Constructor Expo, being held March 6 – 9 in Palm Springs. Room availability at the convention headquarter hotel (JW Marriott Desert Springs) is limited, so reservations should be made as early as possible. Complete

conference details are available at http://convention.agc.org or you may contact Denise Woods, CMP, Director, Communications & Events, AGC of Minnesota, directly at 651/796-2186; toll free at 800/552-7670 or website: www.agcmn.org. 2013 ANNUAL PAVING SEMINAR Tuesday, February 26, 2013 Brought to you by Kirby-Smith Machinery, Inc., The Paving Authority Who Should Attend: Owners – Superintendents – Equipment Operators Arlington Convention Center 1200 Ballpark Way Arlington, Texas 76011 7:30 AM Registration 8 AM to 4 PM (lunch provided) Reservations Required by February 15, 2013 To Register, go online at: www.kirby-smith.com and click on the Paving Seminar link. ***limited seating! Morning Breakout Sessions: . Milling . Paving . Soil Stabilization . Compaction Afternoon General Sessions: . New Technology in Hot Mix Designs Including RAP and RAS . Advanced Theory “Cold in Place Recycling” . Paver Tamper Screeds and Emulsion Advancements . Advanced Paver and Milling Grade Control Exhibit Hall Equipment Displays: . Complete Asphalt Paving Train . From Utility to Mainline Milling Machines . Latest Design in Soil Stabilizers . Introduction to Oscillating Compaction 2013 MAASTO CONFERENCE: The Wisconsin Department of Transportation will host the Mid-America Association of State Transportation Officials (MAASTO) 2013 Conference – “Sharing Strategies for Success.” The conference will be held JULY 16-19 at the HILTON HOTEL in downtown Milwaukee. One of the major events at MAASTO 2013 will be a trade show, where industry representatives will have the opportunity to showcase materials, technology, and professional services. The trade show will be held July 17 and 18 at the conference hotel. More information on the trade show registration, layout, schedule, and fees will be available in early

BusinessCalendar 2013 at the conference website, which will be linked via the MAASTO meetings webpage – http://www.maasto.net/meetings.html. If you are looking to speak to someone with regard to the above conference you may contact Denise Woods, CMP, Director, Communications & Events, AGC of Minnesota, directly at 651/796-2186; toll free at 800/552-7670 or website: www.agcmn.org. AGC St. Louis Construction Leadership Council MARDI GRAS FLOAT The AVENGERS of Construction Safety SOULARD MARDI GRAS PARADE February 9, 2013 Please Dress in Hero Gear & Safety Construction Attire $80 per Ride: Price includes beer, beads and a great ride on the CLC Float! First come, First served: Limited availability!!! Registration Deadline: February 1, 2013 Fax: (314) 781-2874 FLOAT: $80 per Rider Sponsorship Package: $500 (sponsorship & 4 riders) PROCEEDS go to the Jeff Staley Safety Foundation. Questions ??? Please contact: Jackie McMahon at (301) 659-9090 or Email: Jackie.McMahon@affinitycenter.com AGC – St. Louis ***SAVE THE DATE! Beer, Brats & a Band … What more do you need? JUNE 13, 2013 (more details to follow). AGC – St. Louis SAFETY BANQUET – FEBRUARY 21, 2013 (Details to Follow) AGC of Minnesota Sales and Use Tax Seminar – Wednesday, February 13, 2013 Do you know when you become a contractor-retailer? Or the definitions of real property and tangible personal property? If you pay tax on material from another state, do you owe the full Minnesota use tax on those materials? Get the answers to these and many other tax

pop artists. Adobe technicians also will provide training for lift truck operators and will be on hand around the clock to service and support all donated lift trucks, demonstrating Cat Lift Trucks continued commitment to quality service. “As a Houston-based manufacturer, we’re proud to support our city’s world-renowned livestock show and rodeo and contribute to the immense benefits it brings to our community every year,” said Kent Eudy, vice president of sales and marketing of Cat Lift Trucks. “We’re honored we can play an important role in helping the show run smoothly.” The Cat Lift Trucks scholarship program, now in its ninth year, will award a $5,000 scholarship to an exemplary Houston-area student pursuing higher education in a mechanical engineering or business-related field. The winner will be announced on the Cat Lift Trucks Facebook page on Feb. 26. The 2013 Houston Livestock Show and Rodeo will begin Feb. 25 and run through March 17. Learn more about Cat Lift Trucks involvement at the show at www.facebook.com/catlifttrucks or www.cat-lift.com.

questions on Wednesday, February 13. Please email: floor. REGISTER TODAY at www.AGG1.ORG. info@agcmn.org or contact AGC’s website: You may contact the OAIMA at 1-800/OH.ROCKS. www.agcmn.org or telephone (651) 632-8929 or 614/428-7954. Fax: 614/428-7919. (800) 552-7670 for more information. March 19 – 21, 2013 – World of Asphalt , San Antonio, March 5-6, 2013 – 2013 Ohio Asphalt Expo, TX Columbus, OH Don’t miss the Industry’s Main Event! Register to attend Registration is now open for the Ohio Asphalt Expo on and save 40%. Exhibit Show Floor is Almost Sold Out! March 5 thru 6, 2013 at the Columbus/Polaris Hilton Hurry, space is still available but going fast. Reserve Hotel located at 8700 Lyra Drive, Columbus, Ohio space today! 43240. Co-located with AGG1 Aggregates Academy & Expo Office address and contact information: 6205 Emerald March 19 – 21, 2013, San Antonio, TX, USA, Henry B. Parkway, Suite B, Dublin, OH Gonzalez Convention Center Phone: 614/791-3600; Toll Free: 1/888-4HOTMIX; World of Asphalt Show & Conference is the leading Email: info@flexiblepavements.org. exposition and education resource for the asphalt industry. The event features in-depth industry-focused educaGENERAL AGGREGATE EQUIPMENT, Fargo, ND tional programming and comprehensive exhibits that TOP AGGREGATE INDUSTRY EQUIPMENT MANUFACTUR- showcase the latest technologies and innovations in ERS GATHER FOR EVENT! asphalt-related equipment, products and services. General Equipment & Supplies, Inc. and General World of Asphalt Show Management: Association of Aggregate Equipment Sales expect around 300 atten- Equipment Manufacturers dees at their third Aggregate Seminar. The two-day event 6737 West Washington Street, Suite 2400, Milwaukee, will be held WI 53214-5647 USA MARCH 5-6, 2013 at the Holiday Inn in Fargo, ND. Toll Free Telephone: 800/867-6060 or contact If you would like more information on this event, or to info@worldofasphalt.com. schedule an interview with Don Shilling, please contact Sara Frith at 701/364-2104 or sfrith@genequip.com. March 20 & 21, 2013 – 34th West Virginia Construction March 6 - 8, 2013 – NTEA/THE WORK TRUCK SHOW, & Design Exposition The region’s largest trade show for the Construction and Indianapolis, IN Design Industries invite you to be a part of the 34th The must-attend event for the work truck industry. Annual Exposition – EXPO! . 500,000 sq. ft. of vocational trucks and equipment . Newest products and technical support from more than The Contractors Association of West Virginia, American Institute of Architects – WV Society of Professional 550 exhibitors . More than 60 educational sessions on top-of-mind Engineers & WV Utility Contractors Association, with the support of 24 co-sponsors, want the opportunity to industry issues make EXPO work for you. Let us hear from you, if you For more information on this event: Phone: 248/489-7090; Toll Free: 800/441-6832; have questions! expo@wvexpo.com. Pat Parsons, Show Manager and Alice George, Office Manager Email: info@ntea.comStaff. MARCH 19 – 21, 2013 – OAIMA (Ohio Aggregates & Industrial Minerals Association) Aggregates Academy & Expo, San Antonio, Texas AGG1 Aggregates Academy & Expo focuses exclusively on the aggregates industry as its leading education resource. This event combines a plethora of education sessions led by experts in virtually every segment of the aggregates industry with the latest innovations in equipment, technology and software on the AGG1 Expo show

April 23, 2013 IAAP CONVENTION The IAAP’s 45th Annual Convention is scheduled for Tuesday, April 23, 2013, at the Crowne Plaza Hotel in Springfield, Illinois. As always, our program will feature a series of educational seminars focusing on topics of interest to aggregate producers and to the companies selling goods and services to the mining industry. MAKE PLANS TO ATTEND THE 45th ANNUAL IAAP CONVENTION!


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at the east end of the project near Eddyville. It was the site of a double-fatal crash in October. The Transportation Commission, which sets state transportation policy, recently lis-

“The commission chose an option that minimizes the cost to complete the project while reducing the geoethnical risks.” Rick Little Oregon Transportation Commission

tened to five options for the U.S. 20 project, including one that would have scrapped it. “The commission chose an option that minimizes the cost to complete the project while reducing the geotechnical risks,” Little said.


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Crews Work Five Ten-Hour Days to Complete Renovations RANGERS from page 1

such as the new Batter’s Eye Club in centerfield, which features seating for 100 behind two-way glass. The 6,250-sq.-ft. (580 sq m) climate-controlled club has its own buffet, bar, dining area and rest rooms. Other upgrades in 2011 included the brand-new 12,000 sq. ft. (1,115 sq m) Vandergriff Plaza, which features four new full-service concession stands and a large video board mounted on the back of the Batter’s Eye Club to provide viewing of the game. Aluminum bleacher seats in Outfield Plaza were replaced by individual ballpark seats. Covered deck areas with open seating and tables are above the seating areas on both the left and right field sides of the Batter’s Eye Club. A two-level, 9,152 sq. ft. (850 sq m) Rangers-themed restaurant/sports bar on the first floor of the office building behind the left-center field seats is open to the public before, during and after home games. “We have new state-of-the-art cooking facilities so we can provide more diverse, gourmet food,” Matwick said. In the same area is Kid’s Zone, the 6,470 sq. ft. (601 sq m) interactive play area. Matwick noted that his daughter contributed ideas from her classmates for the play zone. The visitors bullpen was reconfigured, occupying an area that used to be bleacher seating. For the first time, a majority of the seating bowl will have a view into the visitors’ bullpen. The concourse leading from behind section 3 into Vandergriff Plaza was widened to provide more efficient traffic flow. Up at Bat Another off-season, another renovation project. This year the work is going on behind home plate. “We’re adding seats on the field level and expanding the dugouts,” Matwick said. A third row of home plate seats will be added in front of the two existing rows of premium seating built for the 2009 season. The 52 new seats will bring the number of home plate seats to 148 between the two dugouts. The wider, cushioned seats feature higher backs and have additional leg room. An added bonus is the complementary buffet in the renovated Capital One Club before every game and complementary soft drinks and snacks delivered to all seat holders. Other amenities for the fans include extensive renovations and upgrades to the private club, two major concession stands behind home plate and two new free-standing concession stands, as well as a new retail store and concessions stands on the main concourse.

Structural work will be done in the center mate facilities that are decidedly not multi- demo’ed the existing concessions on the of the climate-controlled Capital One Club, purpose. “For the past 20 years we’ve seen main concourse,” Wade said. the private home plate club, to remove sev- traditional, old-school design,” Matwick That was done to make way for a bigger eral sections of steel in order to improve the said. These new ballparks are typically locat- concession along the outer stadium wall. view of the field. ed downtown, integrated into the city sky- The old Cuervo Club above the main conNew cooking areas, bars and dining room line. course was gutted for renovation. The old space will become the focal point of the cenOne thing that never shrinks is the budget. ticket office on the west side will become a ter area. Permanent seating will be relocated Funding of the $35 million three-year reno- concession kiosk and retail area. Crews also and the number of permanent seats will be vation comes from the ownership. made alterations to the back wall behind increased from 76 to 104. “They know it’s needed and has the home plate and the dugout floor. Square footage also will increase — from potential for return,” Matwick said. Forms for the concrete work on the bowl 8,100 to 9,100 (753 to 845 sq m). The exist- Concessionaire and the ballpark’s food and level were placed in November, with the ing entrance to the Capital One Club and beverage partner, Delaware North pours scheduled before the end of that seating in Section 126 will be removed, giv- Sportservice, also is a partner in funding. month. Once that cures, crews will start ing fans entering the ballpark through the “The Rangers are committed to providing working on dry wall and steel — as soon as home plate gate a wide-open view of the an outstanding experience for our fans when materials arrive. playing field. Wade was nervously waiting on The existing concessions materials to show up in midstands on the main concourse November. “We’re having trouble behind home plate will be rengetting the materials when we need ovated to create display cookthem.” Knowing that “time is a big ing areas, similar to those in deal” on this project, he said crews Vandergriff Plaza. have been working a “5 x 10” “The six new concession schedule (five ten-hour days), plus stands and the club space were 8 hours on Saturday, but said they a big success last year,” “may go into multiple shifts when Matwick said, adding that he the materials show up.” expects this year’s modificaWhen the steel arrived, it had to tions to be equally popular. be brought through the 8 ft. (2.4 m) Another addition he hopes wide gate on warehouse forklifts will be popular is a new 2,120 because of the narrow entry. “The sq. ft. (197 sq m) merchandise steel guys have to manhandle it,” store constructed in the space Wade said. where the west box office curThey may be manhandling rently exists on the main con- It’s all about convenience and keeping fans connected via new materials, but the crews have to technology when they’re up out of their seats. course. treat the job site gently. New concessions stands “We’re working over a tunnel in will be added on the south end of the new they come to Rangers Ballpark in a garage, so no heavy equipment can be retail store and along the outer wall of the Arlington,” said CEO and President Nolan used,” Wade said. Instead, they’re moving main concourse on the third base side. These Ryan. He added that they plan to continue materials by skid steers with hoppers. locations will add points of sale and are “undertaking significant renovation and Because they also have to stay off the field, expected to ease congestion along the main upgrade projects to help achieve that goal … they put plywood down and try to stay along concourse on the first and third base sides. over the next several years.” the foul line. “They’re still using the field It’s all about convenience and keeping The next target area has already been when we’re not working.” fans connected via new technology when identified: left field. The architects of record Special events for non-game-days are part they’re up out of their seats. “We hope the for the project are Sterling Barnett Little of of the marketing plan, according to crowds are due to the quality of play,” Arlington and Populous of Kansas City. Matwick. It’s one reason they opted to Matwick said, “but for season ticket holders, They are currently studying plans, Matwick enhance the HVAC system for year-round it’s unrealistic to expect the fans to sit in their said, and during the first quarter of 2013, he use. “We rent the facility for meetings, fan seats for three hours. We brainstormed con- anticipates discussion about the work to be fests and weddings.” In addition to updating cepts for improvements and to drive rev- done. Plans for “Year 5” have not been deter- the HVAC system, he said plans call for enue. There are interesting things to do — mined yet. improving the mechanical, electrical and lots of options.” plumbing systems. Running the Bases As Wade said, it’s a lot of work in a short Less Is More But first, “Year 3” must be completed. In time. With “subs for everything,” coordinaThe addition of the new home plate seats fact, the upgrades must be completed by tion and communication are keys to on-time and permanent seats in the Capital One opening day: Friday, April 5, 2013. completion. “It’s a difficult project,” he said. Club, along with the removal of seats in “We have a lot of work to do in a short “Not only do I have to communicate with Section 126 as part of the renovation on the amount of time,” said Justin Wade, project everyone, I have to make sure everyone main concourse behind home plate and sev- manager of General Contractor Manhattan communicates with each other.” Fortunately, eral other adjustments, will change the seat- Construction. The Tulsa, Okla.-based firm he adds, “I like a challenge.” (This story also can be found on ing capacity of the ballpark from 48,194 to built Rangers Ballpark in Arlington, and 48,114. completed the ballpark renovations last win- Construction Equipment Guide’s Web site at While not exactly comparable, it does fol- ter. “It’s a tight schedule and a tight budget.” www.constructionequipmentguide.com.) low the current trend of smaller, more intiAll demolition work is done. “We CEG


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