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The extension of I-580 from the Mt. Rose Highway to Bowers Mansion cutoff will connect Reno and Carson City, effectively completing I-580 in Washoe County. NDOT has been planning for several decades to improve I580 to freeway standards for its entire length in Nevada. Piece by piece, the long-range plan is

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HONOLULU (AP) Traffic officials will be using a federal grant to develop a high-resolution image database of Oahu to help determine where to best use road repair and maintenance resources. Honolulu Mayor Peter Carlisle announced July 6 that a $1.05 million grant to the city will be used for a so-called Pavement Management System database. The database also will be used to develop recommendations for rehabilitation and reconstruction of city roadways. The city is contracting with Sam O. Hirota Inc., a local surveying and construction consulting company, to use a car equipped with mobile 3-D mapping technology to establish the database, the Honolulu Star Advertiser reported. “Our goals are to make good roads last longer and stop potholes before they even start and to make sure bad roads are identified early and schedule for proper repairs,” Carlisle told the newspaper. The technology was developed with the help of NASA and captures high-resolution 3-D images at normal driving speed, said Dennis Hirota, the company’s president. The technology is similar to street-mapping camera systems used by Google, and is being used in only a dozen locations around the world, Hirota said. A complete survey of Oahu roads is expected to be completed by the end of the year, he said.

Construction Hits Two-and-a-Half Year Peak in May Construction spending in May reached the highest level since December 2009 as widespread gains in private nonresidential construction, single-family and multifamily homebuilding more than offset a continuing downturn in public construction, according to an analysis of new federal data released July 2 by the Associated General Contractors of

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Simonson noted that private nonresidential spending climbed for the third month in a row and was 19 percent higher than in May 2011. Residential construction surged 3 percent for the month and 8 percent year-over-year, with new multifamily construction leaping 6 percent and 50 percent, respectively, and singlesee REPORT page 53


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2005 JLG G9-43A, Stk# 7938, 9000 Lbs, 43’, 4WD, 5071 Hrs, 60” Forks, 74” Frame, Aux. Hyd, 13.00x24 Foam Filled Tires, 4 Cyl. John Deere Engine ....................................................$29,500

2006 John Deere 650J LGP, Stk# 7973, OROPS, 6-Way Blade, 6156 Hrs, 80% U/C, 24” Pads, 9’7” Blade .....................................$36,500

2007 Bobcat T190, Stk# 8038, OROPS, 3,292 hrs., 67" Bucket w/Teeth, 12" Rubber Tracks, Aux. Hyd., 4 Cyl. Kubota Eng .........................$16,500

Ingersoll Rand SD100, Stk# 7999, OROPS, 84” 2005 Cat D6R II LGP, Stk# 8047, EROPS, A/C, Smooth Drum, 484 Hrs, 4 Cyl. Cummins Eng, Sweeps, Rear Screen, St./Tilt Blade, 7415 Hrs, 23.1x26 Tires .........................................$62,500 95% U/C, w/Winch, 13’ Blade ............$129,500

2006 Komatsu PC200LC-7, Stk# 8079, EROPS, A/C, 4761 Hrs, 41” Bkt, 32” Pads, 10’6” Wide .. ..............................................................$79,500

2007 John Deere 450J LGP, Stk# 7704, OROPS, Sweeps, Eng. Encl, 6-Way Blade, 3181 Hrs, 80% U/C, New Pins & Bushings & Sprockets, 24” Pads, 9’7” Blade .....................................$39,500

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

2005 Ingersoll Rand DD24, Stk# 7888, 49” 2011 John Deere 650J LT, Stk# 7618, OROPS, Double Smooth Drum w/Water System, 950 Hrs, Sweeps, Rear & Side Screens, 6 Way Blade, 80% 4 Cyl. Kubota Eng...................................$21,500 U/C, 782 hrs., 18" Pads, 8' 9" Blade.........$86,500

2005 Sullair 185DPQJD, Stk# 8067, 125 PSI, 45KW, 2800 Eng. RPM, 67 Hrs, ST175/80D13 Tires, JD Eng, 2870 Lbs, Trailer Mounted $7,500

2011 Broce KR350, Stk# 8087, EROPS, A/C, 493 hrs., hrs., 8 ft. Center Mounted Boom, 150 Gallon Water system, 4 Cyl. Kubota Diesel Eng., LT225x75Rx16 Air Tires........................$33,500

2005 John Deere 450J LT, Stk# 8085, OROPS, 6-Way Blade, 2530 Hrs, 16” Pads, 8’1” Wide .... ..............................................................$34,500

2006 Harlo HP6500, Stk# 8057, Straight Mast, 6500 Lbs, 22’, 2WD, 2516 Hrs, 48” Forks, 62” Frame, 4 Cyl. JD Eng, 19.5Lx25 Front Tires, 11Lx16 Rear Tires, Wt. 13,410 ............$19,500

2006 Ingersoll Rand XP375, Stk# 8055, 93 KW 2007 Intersoll Rand P185, Stk# 8071, 50 PSI, @ 2400 rpm, 65PSI, 4347 Hrs, 4966 Lbs, JD Eng, 2447 Hrs, ST205/75D15 Tires, JD Eng, 2990 ST225/75D15 Tires, Trailer Mounted ....$16,500 Lbs, Trailer Mounted ..............................$8,500

2003 Skytrak 10054, Stk# 8035, 10,000 lbs, 54’, 4WD, 4535 Hrs, 17.5x25L2 Foam Filled Tires @ 40%, 60” Forks, 52” Frame, 4Cyl. Cummins Eng ..............................................................$39,500

2000 Cat 301.5, Stk# 7918, OROPS, 2778 Hrs, 16” Bkt, Aux. Hyd., 9” Rubber Tracks, 39” Blade, 3 Cyl. Cat Eng.........................................$13,500

2006 Hyundai Robex 55-7, Stk# 8100, EROPS, A/C, 2868 Hrs, 22” Quick Connect Bucket, Front Blade, 16” Rubber Tracks, Aux. Hyd, 4 Cyl. YanMar Eng, 6’4” Wide ........................$29,500

2004 JLG G9-43A, Stk# 8003, 9,000 lbs., 43 ft., 4,661 hrs., 4WD, Aux. Hyd., 48" Forks, 74" Frame, 13x24 Foam Filled Tires, 4 Cyl. JD Eng ... ..................................................................$32,500

1984 Cat 953, Stk# 8104, EROPS, 56 Hrs, 93” Bkt, 20” Pads, 10’4” Height ..................$16,500

2005 Ditch Witch RT40, Stk# 7206, 870 Hrs, 50% Tires, 64” Blade, Fixed Boom, 3 Cyl. Deutz Eng .........................................................$11,500

2008 Case 420CT III, Stk# 7884, OROPS, 59 Hrs, 13” Rubber Tracks @ 70%, Aux Hyd, 4 Cyl Eng ........................................................$21,500

2004 Cat XQ30P4, Stk# 8072, 3,702 hrs., 30KW Standby, 27KW Prime Rating, 49hp, Trailer Mounted, Cat CZ.2 Diesel Eng., ST225/75 Tires. ..............................................................$13,500

2005 Skytrack 6042, Stk# 8032, 6000 Lbs, 42’, 2580 Hrs, 4WD, 48” Forks, 48” Tilt Fram, Aux. Hyd, 4 Cyl. Cummins Eng, 13.00x24 Tires ........ ..............................................................$29,500

2007 Cat D6R LGP III, Stk# 8102, EROPS, A/C, Sweeps, Rear Screen, St/Tilt Blade, 4905 Hrs, 85% U/C, Draw Bar ............................$139,500

2001 Cat D6R, Stk# 7870, EROPS, A/C, Semi U Tilt Blade, 11,616 Hrs, 90% U/C, 3 Shank Cat Ripper, 22” Pads, Width Track to Track 8’, Width of Blade 10’8”, Height 10’5”..................$87,500

2007 Laymore SM8C, Stk# 8044, OROPS, 588 hrs., 4 Wheels, St 2255/75Rx15w/Water System ...............................................................$16,500

2004 JLG G9-43A, Stk# 8076, OROPS, 9,000 lbs., 43 ft., 4WD, 6,790 hrs., 60" Frame, 74" Frame, Aux. Hyd., 13x24 Foam Filled Tires, 4 Cyl. JD Eng...................................................$29,500

2007 Cat D6R LGP, Stk# 8103, EROPS, A/C, FM Stereo, Sweeps, Rear Screen, St/Tilt Blade, 4496 2009 Cat D6K LGP, Stk# 8097, EROPS, A/C, FM Stereo, 6-Way Blade, 3758 Hrs, 80% U/C, 30” Hrs, 80% U/C, Diamond 80J (3) Shank Ripper, s/n 1101152, 36” Pads, 13’3” Blade ..$149,500 Pads, 10’ Height, 11’ Wide..................$109,500

2007 Cat D6T LGP, Stk# 7990, EROPS, A/C, St/Tilt 2004 Ditch Witch RT40, Stk# 8050, OROPS, 1156 Hrs, 4-Way Blade, Sliding Boom, 26x12x12 Blade, 80% U/C, 7,892 hrs., 36" Pads, 10'7" From Tires, 64” Wide......................................$13,500 Track to Track, 13' 4" Blade, 11’ Height ..$189,500

2006 Kobelco SK290LC, Stk# 8004, EROPS, A/C, FM Stereo, 8802 Hrs, 46” Bkt, Aux. Hyd, 32” Pads, 11’3” Wide....................................$56,500


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H&K’S POCONO RACEWAY PAVING WORK EARNS RAVE REVIEWS

This was the first track repave since 1995 (which also was performed by The H&K Group) and the third repave in the track’s existence.

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AGC: OBAMA ADMIN UNDERESTIMATED NEW HIRING QUOTAS COST

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ACQUISITIONS, NEW STORES MAKE UP VOLVO RENTS’ EXPANSION

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SALES STRONG FOR RITCHIE BROS. DURING HOUSTON AUCTION

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H&K’s Pocono Raceway Paving Work Earns Rave Reviews The H&K Group’s recently completed paving project at Pocono Raceway received rave reviews from NASCAR drivers following the Pocono 400 Race on June 10, 2012. The famous triangular-shaped track, located in Long Pond, Pa., embarked on an enormous reconstruction project with the Skippack, Pa.-based H&K Group to completely repave the track and add several safety upgrades. The “Tricky Triangle Track Transformation,” as it has been affectionately named, began in late summer/early fall of 2011. This was the first track repave since 1995 (which also was performed by The H&K Group) and the third repave in the track’s existence. This is only the second time the track has been repaved from the dirt foundation. The last time it was exposed was when the track was initially built in 1971. In a project of this magnitude, with tight deadlines, strict NASCAR rules and regulations, and the end result of racecars ripping down the track exceeding 200 mph, there is no room for error. That in itself makes it especially impressive that this was an H&K Group “Design/Build” project from the very beginning. In the early phases, The H&K Group’s Director of Business, Tommy Letwinch, and The H&K Group’s Chief Operating Officer, James T. Haines, met with executives in the NASCAR organization, including NASCAR President Mike Helton, NASCAR Vice President for Competition Robin Pemberton, as well as traveled to Michigan to meet The final layer of asphalt is being placed on turn one adjacent to the safer barrier. Turn one is the steepest with a NASCAR consultant in regards to a similar project at banked turn at the “Tricky Triangle” with 14 degree banking. the Michigan Motor Speedway. Officials at Pocono Raceway, including President Brandon Igdalsky, Chief Operating Officer Nick Igdalsky, and Track Superintendent George Ewald, also were heavily involved in the planning and design of the track. All of this critical research and information was relayed to The H&K Group’s engineering and environmental services division, who then built a 3-D model, which was used for all project grading and alignment, while the group’s estimating team began to scope out the project. The project was completed in seven phases: • Phase One: Initial research, design, engineering and development of the project • Phase Two: Demolition of the existing pit wall and storm drainage and associated work • Phase Three: Milling and removal of existing asphalt from the raceway surface, resulting in 17,829 tons of millings (recycled and used in track inroads and apron areas), began apron reconstruction areas and construction of new The completed track, just a week before the big race, as viewed from the Grandstand. concrete pit walls • Phase Four: Placement of recycled asphalt During all of this intense planning, designing, mixing, and pavement in apron areas between turns one and three and on tie into existing infield roadways There were many provisions made for this unique project, construction, there was a strict deadline looming, which was infield road, placement of .7 in. (19 mm) asphalt on apron areas, installation of new 18 ft. (5.5 m) wide cast-in-place including specialized equipment to pave on the steep grades April 15, 2012; a non-negotiable date due to the fact that concrete pit stalls, and 12 in. (30.5 cm) cement stabilize FDR of the track and asphalt mixes that had to be perfected and Goodyear needed to conduct test sessions in order to prepare approved by NASCAR. Some of the technology that was a tire for the first race, the Pocono 400, which was held on (full depth reclamation) of entire track area • Phase Five: Placement of .7 in. asphalt on the track area utilized was ATS Grading, which is automated tracking soft- June 10. ware, as well as GPS systems. The maintenance department Several NASCAR drivers joined the Goodyear test, and on pit lane • Phase Six: Profile milling of track areas as needed, facilitated counterweight equipment, which had to be placed including Sprint Cup drivers Kasey Kahne, Jamie installation of #75 .37 in. (9.5 mm) leveling course to track, on the rollers, as well as an outrigger for the milling machine McMurray, AJ Allmendinger, Joey Logano and Aric apron and pit lane areas, and installation of .37 in. final wear- which helped to combat the steep grades. The material for Almorola. All of the drivers offered extremely favorable the project was designed internally and provided by nearby reviews of the track, including that the track felt extremely ing course to track, apron and pit lane areas • Phase Seven: Rumble strip and runoff construction and H&K Group affiliate, Locust Ridge Quarry. see POCONO page 14


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AGC: Obama Admin Underestimated New Hiring Quotas Cost Administration officials significantly underestimated the cost to construction employers of proposed new hiring quotas for federal contractors according to a new analysis released June 27 by the Associated General Contractors of America. According to the analysis, a proposed new hiring quota for the disabled would cost employers 30 times more than officials predict while a new hiring quota for veterans would cost employers 20 times more than originally estimated. “The administration has grossly underestimated the financial and administrative burdens that these new rules would impose, particularly on small businesses,” said Brian Turmail, the association’s spokesperson. “If the proposed rules take effect, many small construction firms may no longer be able to afford to work on federal projects.” Turmail noted that the administration’s proposal to force federal contractors to make sure that 7 percent of their workers in each job category are disabled would cost construction firms $14,056 per year for each of their office locations, 30 times higher than the $473 compliance cost the administration suggested in its proposed rules. In addition, employers would have to spend at least 1,444 hours per office location complying with the new rule, 185 times longer than the 7.8 hours federal officials estimated. The spokesperson added that the administration’s proposed veterans hiring quota would cost construction firms a minimum of $11,333 per year per office location, 25 times more than the $560 estimated by the Department of Labor. That rule also would force construction employers to spend at least 1,267 hours per year per office site to comply, 140 times longer than the nine hours Labor officials originally suggested. Turmail noted that the added burden the new rules would impose on firms, when combined with the cost of complying with other regulations would likely be too much to bear for many small firms considering working on federal projects. The analysis was based on detailed evaluations of the hiring quotas conducted by construction firms that would be covered by the rule. Association officials added that the new rules aren’t even needed, considering federal data indicates contractors are already doing everything within their power to hire people with disabilities and veterans. And the current unemployment rates for people with disabilities and veterans — which the Department cites to justify its new quotas — are lower than for construction workers. The proposed new rules require firms to meet sweeping new reporting requirements, establish formal partnership agreements with community outreach programs to help with recruiting, and put in place new training programs, among other costly new measures. If firms fail to meet the “goals” set out in the two proposed rules, they face federal audits and potential debarment from working on future federal contracts.


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Acquisitions, New Stores Make Up Volvo Rents’ Expansion In early 2011, Volvo compact excavators and Rents set a course to not compaction equipment — only operate a franchise Volvo Rents stores carry a network of rental centers, comprehensive line of essenbut also manage and grow tial equipment and tools for a network of companythe construction, commerowned stores. And while cial, industrial and homethe bulk of Volvo Rents’ owner markets. The focus is growth has been through on daily, weekly and monththe acquisitions of indely rentals. pendently-owned conAccording to Crouch, the struction equipment rental opening of these new stores companies, the opening of comes at a perfect time, as new stores has played an the recession continues to integral role in the compaforce contractors to be finanny’s expansion strategy. cially prudent. In the last six months, “Currently, the U.S. is Volvo Rents has opened a undergoing an unprecedenttotal of 10 new rental cened shift from buying equipters throughout North ment to renting,” he added, America, including nine in noting that construction the United States and one equipment rental revenue in Canada. grows an average of seven “Yes, acquisitions have In the last six months, Volvo Rents has opened a total of 10 new rental centers throughout North America, includ- percent annually. “This puts been a great way for us to ing nine in the United States and one in Canada. us in a very favorable posiexpand our North tion as we continue to grow American footprint, but it’s not the only ness grow and succeed through multiple equipment industry.” in various markets across the country.” In addition to an expanding line of Volvo way,” said Mike Crouch, vice president of strategies, and it is these strategies that sepaFor more information, call 888/899-8658 business development of Volvo Rents. “We rate us from our competitors and further dis- compact equipment — such as backhoe and or visit www.volvorentsconstructionequiphave taken decisive steps to help our busi- tinguish us as the leader in the construction skid steer loaders, compact wheel loaders, ment.com/locations.

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smooth, had great grip, and was much faster, which led to predictions of several track records being broken. Those predictions, in fact, became reality even during the practice sessions held two days before the race, when 36 of 44 drivers posted a faster lap than the 172.533 mph NASCAR Sprint Cup qualifying record set by Kahne in 2004. Logano, who went on to win the race two days later, set the new record at 179.598 mph. Many NASCAR drivers expressed praise and confirmed their initial impressions of the track following the race. 2010 Pocono Winner and Sprint Cup Points Leader Greg Biffle stated, “It’s glass smooth [the track]. I think it’s going to bring a lot more energy and excitement to this raceway.” Biffle also addressed previous safety concerns with the track that have been resolved with the new improvements. “My hat’s off to them as far as

safety goes. They put safer barriers in and paved the run-off area. They’ve done a really nice job.” Jeff Gordon added, “The track feels really good. I haven’t heard a single complaint.” The NASCAR organization also expressed its satisfaction of the completed project and for The H&K Group, as Mike Helton, NASCAR president and Robin Pemberton, NASCAR vice president of competition stated, “You delivered, gave everything promised, and more.” Chief Operating Officer James T. Haines stated, “The Pocono Raceway project truly exemplifies The H&K Group’s total team approach when undertaking a job of this magnitude. From initial design through project completion, our team demonstrated the ability to brainstorm, plan, implement, construct and operate on all cylinders. Thank you to all involved in the success of the Pocono project.” The H&K Group and The H&K Group Family of Companies pro-

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Specific Items, Materials and Quantities Required for the Project • Remove Existing Guiderail and Concrete Retaining Wall = 3,185 lin. ft. • Mill and Remove Existing Bituminous Pavement = 17,829 cu. yd. • Install Cast in Place Concrete Pit Wall = 1,899 lin. ft. • Install Cast in Place Concrete Pit Stalls (18 ft. wide) = 3,728 sq. yd. • Various Class I Excavations = 29,107 cu. yd. • Full Depth Reclamation (FDR) entire track area = 111,871 sq. yd. • Rahns Concrete supplied Type “A” Portland Cement for FDR = 3,221 ton • Lime Stabilize Pit Areas = 10,852 sq. yd. • Place Millings as Subbase in Apron Areas = 25,389 ton • Install various Types of Bituminous Concrete Pavements a) 19MM, PG 64-22, .3< 3 esals = 24,089 ton b) 9.5MM, PG 64-22, .3< 3 esals, SRL “E” = 8,001 ton c) 9.5MM, PG 76-22, .3< 3 esals, SLAG = 2,985 ton d) 9.5MM, PG 82-22, .3< 3 esals, SLAG = 6,303 ton e) 9.5MM, PG 76-22, Porous Pavement = 1,112 ton f) FJ1, PG 64-22, SRL “E” = 22 ton • Install Polymer Modified Joint Adhesive (Mattiola Services ) = 31,680 lin. ft.


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NPK’S Interchangeable Jaws Offer Improved Results, Cost Savings NPK Construction Equipment Inc.’s material processors are an efficient solution for concrete, steel and rebar processing, building and bridge demolition and recycling. At demolition sites, effective sizing reduces the number of trips needed to haul away debris providing dramatic savings. When used at recycling plants, NPK material processors quickly remove rebar and reduce large pieces of concrete for faster processing. The availability of three different interchangeable jaw assemblies provides improved results and cost savings when compared to purchasing different attachments to achieve the same results, according to the manufacturer. The S jaw set serves as a primary breaker, the G jaw set as a pulverizer and the K jaw set as a shear. Now joining the Models M-20, M-28 and M-38, sized

to fit excavators 20 to 55 tons (18 to 50 t), is the new Model M-35. This new model will fit excavators in the 25 to 40 ton (22.7 to 36 t) weight class, and are fitted with the new quick change jaw sets. Manufactured from high-strength, abrasion-resistant steel, this rugged design accomplishes trouble-free, extended life with reinforced shields protecting cylinder Four outboard shock mounts distribute vibrations rods. NPK’s integral hydraulic intensifier system boosts evenly while keeping the attachment level, improving power by amplifying cylinder pressure and reducing compaction efficiency and extending component life. cycle time, while providing a greater power-to-weight ratio. The full 360 degree power rotation provides an effective angle of attack for any job wherever the location. For more information, call 800/225-4379 or visit www.npkce.com.

New Doosan Plate Compactors Expand Excavator Versatility

Three new plate compactor models expand Doosan excavator versatility and make quick work of restoring trenches. Featuring a flat top mount design, the Doosan plate compactors can easily be mounted to different carriers. The flattop design allows a “cap” to be added to the attachment based on the specific machine being used. Four outboard shock mounts distribute vibrations evenly while keeping the attachment level, improving compaction efficiency and extending component life. Standard flow controls prevent over-speeding, which can lead to poor compaction and reduce bearing life. Applications for the plate compactor attachments include compacting trenches, footings and slab areas. An excavatormounted plate compactor attachment provides more powerful compaction force than hand-operated compactors and reduces the need for workers in the trench. The PCX64 is approved for the Doosan DX140LC excavator, with a baseplate width of 23 in. (58 cm). The attachment’s dynamic force is 6,400 lbs. and the compaction frequency is 2,000 vibrations per minute (vpm). The PCX114 is approved for the Doosan DX140LC, DX180LC, DX190W, DX210W, DX225LC and DX255LC excavators. It features a baseplate width of 27 in. (68.5 cm), 2,000 vpm frequency and 11,350 lbs. of dynamic force. The PCX220 is approved for the Doosan DX255, DX300, DX350, DX420, DX480 and DX520 excavators. It features a baseplate width of 32 in. (81 cm), 2,100 vpm frequency and 22,000 lbs. of dynamic force. For more information, visit www.doosanequipment.com.


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Bradco Ground Shark Takes a Bite Out of Brush The Bradco Ground Shark extreme-duty brush cutter by Paladin attaches to high-flow skid steers for increased production, maximum reliability and ease of maintenance when clearing tough ground vegetation, brush and sapling trees up to 7 in. (17.8 cm) in diameter. Four blades with alternating bevels provide deep penetrating, self-clearing, axe-like cuts and spin on a heavy-duty retention disc for increased stability and smooth operation. To increase blade wear life, the ¾-in. (1.9 cm) thick high-grade steel blades are designed to rotate in when there is contact with an obstacle. The fully enclosed auto-retractable front shield allows for maximum blade utilization and optimized debris deflection, and the heavy-construction push bar prevents trees from falling back toward the machine for increased safety. Constructed of ¼-in. (.6 cm) steel and finished with a high-quality powder coat, the “Clean Deck” design reduces snagging and funnels material to the corners for optimal debris control and greater blade performance. The highly visible pressure gauge allows the operator to maintain peak performance and prevent stalling. The Bradco Ground Shark Extreme-Duty Brush Cutter comes in a 72-in. (183 cm) cutting width and is designed with a direct drive system for smoother and quieter operation. The vertical motor features a heavy-duty spline shaft that increases performance. Optional stump grinding bolt-on carbide teeth increase mulching performance and allow for leveling of stumps, and the replaceable wear shoes extend deck life. Motor and valve assemblies are fully shielded and dual steps improve safety when entering or exiting the cab. For more information, call 800/456-7100 or visit www.paladinconstructiongroup.com.

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AIM Attachments Excavator Grapples Feature Durability The AIM excavator grapple features AR 400 steel tines for durability. The structure of this grapple offers several options: a five tine design (two tines over three) or high capacity seven tine design (three tines over four) with a reinforced solid box body, a vast improvement over commonly used hollow box configurations. AIM grapples are available to fit machines with quick coupler systems. AIM excavator grapples are available in many sizes in classes ranging from 20,000 to 100,000 lbs. (9,072 to 4,536 kg). These durable grapples are suitable for numerous demolition, recycling, excavation and salvage operations. For more information, call 800/803-3365 or visit www.aimattachments.com.


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1970. Additional segments faced opposition to the alignment recommendation, and lawsuits were filed in the early ‘70’s. One corridor was approved in the late ‘70’s, but Environmental Impact Statements (EIS) on further sections were not released until 1983. From 1983 until present, the freeway has progressed southward through a series of construction projects, first from South Virginia Street to Del Monte Lane, then northward from Del Monte Lane to South Virginia Street, and most recently from South Virginia Street to the Mt. Rose Highway. The final link from Winters Ranch to the Mt. Rose Highway will complete the freeway improvements in Washoe County. The I-580 Freeway Extension Project marks the final segment in NDOT’s plan to construct a safe freeway from Carson City in the south through the Reno-Sparks area, to Panther Valley in the north. The existing highway was under great strain because of increased commuter traffic and development in south Truckee Meadows, Pleasant Valley and north Washoe Valley. Anticipated growth will burden the route even further with continuing negative impacts on congestion and traffic safety. The freeway extension will provide a safer and more efficient route to serve growing traffic needs. The project originally went out for bid in June 2003 and Edward Kraemer & Sons Inc. was awarded $79.5 million for what was referred to as “Package A.” Construction on this contract began in November 2003. However, in May 2006, NDOT and Kraemer mutually agreed to terminate their contract due to a disagreement on the constructibility of the pilot truss for the Galena Creek Bridge. Kraemer received $50 million for work completed. Contract termination was approved by the State Transportation Board on June 6, 2006. In an effort to get the project on track and completed, all remaining work was combined into one contract, 3292. An extensive contractor outreach program was put into place to find a qualified contractor — Fisher Sand & Gravel — who then commenced work with a $393 million contract. Fisher subcontracted C.C. Myers of Reno for bridgework. The remaining work included within Contract 3292 includes five bridges; grading and paving for the 8.5 mi. of

roadway between the Bowers Mansion interchange and the Mt. Rose interchange; construction of the Bowers Mansion interchange; and the completion of the Mt. Rose/I-580 interchange. Contract 3292 also includes sculpting of the rock cuts, re-vegetating slopes, and construction of retaining walls on the downhill slopes. A now-famous portion of this project is the Galena Creek Bridge. Measuring 1,722 ft. (525 m) long, with a 300-ft. (91.4 m) high arch, this bridge is the longest concrete cathedral arch bridge in the U.S. A tremendous amount of public interest was generated by the project design for this segment of the freeway extension. Communities affected by the freeway extension have historically proven to be highly active and involved from the project start. Recognizing this, NDOT's multi-faceted public involvement program included the Stakeholder Working Group (SWG) as a mechanism to keep project stakeholders directly involved. On this final segment of I-580, NDOT implemented a design approach different from historic design and construction projects. Through a process referred to as Context Sensitive Solutions (CSS) or Context Sensitive Design (CSD), NDOT developed and implemented an integrated public outreach plan to solicit public involvement and communicate openly with stakeholders. During final design, NDOT integrated stakeholder input into the proposed roadway alignments and bridge designs to develop a project that blends with the terrain, minimizes impacts and has community support, while maintaining safety and mobility. The I-580 project was awarded “Notable Practices” by AASHTO for demonstrating the successful application of Context Sensitive Solutions in a freeway application. Many of the aesthetic treatments have taken shape during construction. More than 3 million cubic meters of earth have been hauled from the north end of the project to the south end of the project. When the project is complete, the price tag will be close to $550 million — after totaling the contracts with Kraemer and Fisher, change orders, designs and right-of-ways. The entire project is scheduled to wrap up and open to traffic in late summer 2012 (This story also can be found on Construction Equipment Guide’s Web site at www.constructionequipmentguide.com.) CEG

With a length of 1,722 ft. (525 m), the Galena Creek Bridge now holds the record for the longest concrete cathedral arch bridge in the United States.

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Terex Announces HyPower Hybrid System Retrofit Program Terex Utilities now offers customers the option to retrofit their current utility truck fleet with the Terex HyPower hybrid system, a plug-in power take-off (PTO) system that uses stored energy from the system’s rechargeable batteries to power the non-propulsion functions of most utility vehicles. The system helps customers save fuel and reduce exhaust emissions while allowing operators to function in a relatively quiet work environment, a benefit for noise sensitive job sites. “Retrofitting our HyPower system onto a current utility truck, including aerial devices and digger derricks, can help customers ‘green up’ their fleet at a reduced capital investment versus purchasing a new HyPower unit,” said Nick Cammisa, Terex national accounts manager. “Not only is this a less expensive option, but it’s also a faster way for customers to meet their company’s green initiatives. The HyPower system reduces the engine idle hours on the job site, resulting in fewer oil changes, lower fuel consumption, as well as reducing the amount of times an engine will need to go into re-gen mode. Most competitive aerial device makes and models qualify for this retrofit option.” The Terex HyPower Hybrid Retrofit Program can be applied to any Terex or competitive manufacturer’s aerial

devices five years old or newer and can be completed at any one of its 14 different Terex Equipment Services (TES) locations. For an aerial device to be considered for a HyPower retrofit, it needs to pass an initial inspection, which includes an understanding of the truck’s available payload capacity, body configuration and cab-to-axle length to accommodate the battery packs. After the inspection, retrofits can be com-

The Terex HyPower Hybrid Retrofit Program can be applied to any Terex or competitive manufacturer’s aerial devices five years old or newer and can be completed at any one of its 14 different Terex Equipment Services locations.

pleted in as little as two weeks. HyPower retrofitted trucks come with the standard oneyear warranty from the date of in-service on the system, the same as on new HyPower equipped units. “Not only is the Terex HyPower Hybrid System simple enough to be retrofitted onto existing utility vehicles,” said Cammisa, “but it is also durable enough to outlive its first vehicle and be used on another.” The Terex HyPower Hybrid System The ARB-approved (#11-643-002) Terex HyPower Hybrid System is designed to reduce the use of fuel for the work done while the vehicle is sitting still. Complying with national and regional air pollution rules and regulations, the Terex HyPower system reduces a whole range of exhaust emissions produced from diesel fuel and eliminates the noise from an idling engine normally used to run the hydraulic system. The HyPower system recharges from the electrical grid using a standard 110V — 15 AMP outlet. Operators appreciate that there is no reduction in the performance of the controls while the trucks are in hybrid mode. For more information, visit www.terexutilities.com.

Mack Expanding Offer to Include Construction Applications Mack Trucks is expanding its natural gaspowered offerings and has taken a key step forward in its hybrid vehicle development process. Mack plans to offer natural gas-powered versions of the Mack Pinnacle and Mack Granite models in 2013. Both models will utilize the Cummins Westport ISX12 G engine. Customer testing is scheduled to begin this year. The addition of the 12-L natural gas-powered models expands Mack’s current natural gas solutions to on-highway and construction applications. Mack already offers natural gas-powered Mack TerraPro low entry and Mack TerraPro Cabover refuse models. Like their Mack TerraPro natural gas counterparts, the Mack natural gas-powered Pinnacle and Granite models will feature maintenance-free aftertreatment and require

only a three-way catalyst to meet EPA 2010 and CARB emissions standards, setting a new benchmark for lower alternative fuel vehicle lifecycle costs and improving customers’ return on investment. Mack’s natural gas-powered trucks are available with compressed (CNG) or liquefied (LNG) fuel systems. “Mack has a long history in alternative driveline technologies and in particular, natural gas,” said Kevin Flaherty, president, Mack Trucks North American sales and marketing. “We’ve offered natural gas since it became clear that it was a viable energy solution in the refuse segment. Now customers within the regional haul, LTL and construction segments will have the benefits of natural gas combined with the power and performance they expect from Mack.”

Mack also is investigating other alternative driveline technologies, including high pressure direct injection, which uses a combination of natural gas and a small amount of diesel in the combustion process, and DME (dimethyl ether), which can be produced from natural gas. In addition, the company continues to move forward on development of dieselelectric hybrid TerraPro models, recently delivering additional low entry test units to the New York City Department of Sanitation for evaluation. “For more than 35 years, we’ve counted on Mack for trucks that can withstand the tremendous rigors of our operations,” said Rocco DiRico, deputy commissioner, department of sanitation, support services, New York City. “We look forward to putting these new vehicles with the latest version of

Mack’s diesel-electric hybrid technology to the test. We fully expect that they’ll deliver on the Mack promise of durability, reliability and superior performance as we continue to deliver on our own promise of a clean city with clean air.” The Mack diesel-electric hybrid technology provides up to a 30 percent fuel economy improvement in stop-and-go applications such as refuse, with a corresponding greenhouse gas emissions benefit. “We listen to what our customers want and develop the technologies best suited for their needs,” Flaherty said. “Mack’s alternative driveline technologies represent an ongoing evolution built upon our proven experience.” For more information, visit www.macktrucks.com.


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New Cross/Over Dump Trailer Available at Felling Trailers Felling Trailers added to its product line with the X55 cross/over dump trailer. Primary applications for Felling’s X55 cross/over include hauling materials such as rip rap, clay, demolition and a multitude of other materials that current bottom dumps cannot haul. Felling’s X55 maintains 70 percent of weight over the chassis. This product design greatly minimizes rollover issues currently experienced in the side dump and end dump industry, according to the manufacturer. The X55 also has the ability to dump “on the move.” It does not have to stop like other side dumps or end dumps on the market today, and it has the ability to dump at a higher speed than current bottom dumps. Because of the weight distribution, the operator does not see or feel movement in the tractor while the X55 is dumping, either on the move or while stationary. Additionally, because of the weight distribution, the operator does not see torque in the king pin. The X55 has the ability to dump at 55 degrees and is capable of dumping product

that could possibly stick in other trailers. Standard Features: • Frame length: 43 ft. 9 in. (13.3 m) • Tub length: 24 ft. (7.3 m) OD, 21 ft. 8 in. (6.6 m) ID • Width: 102 in. (259 cm) • Height: 8 ft. 10 in. (2.7 m) • Tub Capacity: 23.5 cu. yd. (18 cu m) — waterfall, 28.5 cu. yd. (21.8 cu m) — full capacity

DuraClass Unveils New Web Site With Refined Navigation Dump body and hoist manufacturer DuraClass recently launched a new interactive Web site designed to maximize interactive experience for end users and distributors. The refined navigation system, including an intuitive drop down product menu, allows users to find information on DuraClass’s complete line of Class 3-8 dump bodies, hoists and related equipment quickly and easily. In addition, product literature and product manuals are available online in Adobe Acrobat PDF format. Users also can find distributor and warranty information, as well as new product offerings. For more information, visit www.duraclass.com.

• Tub construction: 3/16 in. (.5 cm) AR400 floor • Frame construction: 80/100 KSI, fabricated steel I-beam • King pin: 2 in. (5 cm) kingpin, 18 in. 46 cm) setting • Landing gear: high clearance two speed, non-load bearing 200

• Bumper: push bar type, bolt-on • Cylinders: 3,000 psi, 5 in. (12.7 cm) bore • Suspension: Ridewell air ride • Axles: (3) Meritor 25,000 lb. (11,340 kg) capacity • Hubs: 10 hole, hub piloted • ABS: 2S1M anti-lock brake system • Drums: outboard mount, cast steel • Wheels: (12) steel disc, 8.25 by 22.5 • Tires: (12) 11 R 24.5 G radial tires • Brakes: 16-1/2 by 7 in. (42 by 17.7 cm) • Fenders: poly fenders • Lights: 12 Volt ICC w/ sealed harness • Paint: entire trailer (top to bottom) undergoes steel shot blast, electrostatic application of two coats of primer and three coats of polyurethane paint For more information, call 800/245.2809, or visit www.felling.com.


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Cat CT15 Engine Boosts Power of CT660 Vocational Truck The Cat CT15 engine offers Cat CT660 vocational truck customers greater horsepower and torque for solid performance in demanding applications. The CT15 joins the CT11 and CT13 as the third engine option for the Cat CT660. The 15-L engine is available with as much as 550 hp (410 kW) and 1,850 lb.-ft. of torque, which will power the Class 8 truck through heavy-hauling jobs and demanding terrain, according to the manufacturer. “The CT15 engine is the perfect power solution for heavy-duty applications and extreme environments,” said George Taylor, director of the Caterpillar global on-highway truck group. “Cat vocational truck customers can count on the CT15 for years of reliable, durable operation, which translates into a longer-lasting truck and higher resale value.” The CT15 core is a proven block and crankshaft with billions of miles of operation in demanding truck applications. The dual sequential turbochargers and precisely controlled high-pressure common-rail fuel system enable the CT15 to reach peak torque at 2,100 rpm. The strong pulling power at low engine speeds allows for shifting at lower speeds when accelerating and reduces the need for shifting when powering up steep grades. Interstage cooling between tur-

bochargers increases air density to maintain power as speeds increase. The result is enhanced productivity and less wear and tear on the truck and driver. The CT15 also offers an engine brake rated at more than 600 bhp. The engine brake helps drivers maintain optimum speeds down steep or long grades without frequent use of the service brakes. Proper use optimizes productivity and lowers maintenance costs. Like the CT11 and CT13, the Cat CT15 engine features advanced emissions control technology that helps keep truck weight down and simplifies maintenance. The EGR system reduces NOx in-cylinder without requiring diesel emission fluid. The design eliminates the emission fluid costs and associated maintenance time, and it effectively

MICO Offers Hydraulic Apply Caliper Disc Brake MICO Incorporated offers the 520 Series hydraulic apply caliper disc brake for on and off-highway service braking applications. The fixed caliper type brake uses a modulated hydraulic pressure source, such as a master cylinder, to control brake torque. It can be mounted in a vertical or horizontal position and linings can be replaced without removing the brake. The brake includes two ductile iron caliper halves that are pressurized by a single inlet port cross-over tube feature, which allows hydraulic pressure to actuate the 2.25-in. (5.7 cm) diameter piston in each half. The unit provides for continuous duty pressure of 1,000 psi and intermittent duty pressure of 1,500 psi. Weighing approximately 17 lbs. (7.7 kg), the brake requires a minimum disc diameter of 15 in. (38 cm).

To reduce unnecessary lining wear, the caliper disc brake features a spring-operated lining retractor mechanism that maintains a constant lining-to-rotor disc clearance distance whenever the brake is not applied. The total lining contact area is 12.4 sq. in. (80 sq cm), with a usable lining thickness of 0.32 in. (.8 cm) on each side. Linings can be replaced without disassembling or removing the brake, allowing for reduced maintenance time and costs. Installation of the caliper disc brake is made simple due to the brake’s flexibility to be mounted in either a horizontal or vertical position. The unit can be attached directly to a threaded hanger or clamp. For more information, call 507/625-6426 or visit www.mico.com.

increases the payload capacity of the truck. The CT15 is designed for reliable operation. The single electronic control module and fewer electrical connections enhance reliability and reduce diagnostic and maintenance time. The high-quality, foam-molded wiring harness secures wires and connections for increased reliability and durability. Internally, the premium cam and rolling element valve train reduce friction and operational loads for reliable operation, extended durability and peak engine efficiency. Cat vocational truck engines are backed by the support of the North America Cat dealer network with more than 400 service locations and 2,300 service bays across the United States and Canada. For more information, visit DriveCat.com.


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ICON Slide Rail Systems Versatile on Challenging Jobs ICON slide rail systems give contractors versatility and options to help them shore everything from simple pits to elaborate excavations with utility problems, overhead clearance projects or difficult soil conditions, according to the manufacturer. ICON’s slide rail shoring systems are made of high-yield, Grade 50 steel and are comprised of lineal panels, rails or posts and bracing. This allows contractors install three or four sided pits and two sided trenches in a variety of excavations and soil conditions. Contractors can choose slide rails in single-, double- or triple-rail designs with either roller rail frames (struts) or fixed-position braces. Slide rail systems are used for the excavations of sewer lines, water mains, tunnel-access pits or shafts, tank installations, pump or lift stations, wet wells, manholes, junction boxes and many other uses. ICON’s slide rail system is installed at the same time as a trench or pit is excavated. Installation of the slide rail system starts by excavating the trench to 4 ft. (1.2 m) deep. Next, workers install rails and plates to help square up the system. They continue to dig on the inside of the system to remove the excavated soil as needed. More panels and rails are then incrementally added using the “dig and push” method until the workers reach the required sub-grade. “The dig-and-push installation method eliminates the need for vibratory hammers and can boost production by more than 50 percent,” said David Crandall, vice president of ICON. “And best of all in these tough times, labor costs will go down by 30 or 40 percent compared to conventional sheeting. “When it comes time to tight sheet a pit or trench on a deep excavation and you’re in a heavily congested area,

Slide rail systems are used for the excavations of sewer lines, water mains, tunnel-access pits or shafts, tank installations, pump or lift stations, wet wells, manholes, junction boxes and many other uses.

triple slide rail systems. Environmental remediation projects can be often solved with ICON’s four-way rail system, which allows the contractor to install down the back side of the rail and continue excavating and shoring in all directions without removing the entire system to reinstall, according to the manufacturer. Since 1982, ICON has steadily increased its market share and product offerings to become a ICON slide rail systems help shore everything from simple pits to full-service trench elaborate excavations with utility problems, overhead clearance ICON’s slide rail shoring systems are made of high-yield, Grade 50 steel shoring and pilot-tube projects or difficult soil conditions. and are comprised of lineal panels, rails or posts and bracing. guided boring company. The company has the inslide rail systems make the perfect solution. Installation of includes but is not limited to sheeting and shoring around house resources to handle projects of any size across North the system is accomplished without a vibratory hammer existing or adjacent utilities. Larger structures or pipes that America. ICON also offers a full range of services, such as which causes significantly less damage to nearby utilities or require an unobstructed pit or access bay for a trench can be consulting, design, engineering, manufacturing and distribubuildings. Using a slide rail system instead of wood or driv- easily accomplished by allowing the contractor to remove all tion. The company also leases or rents equipment to organien steel sheeting also gives you more internal working room cross bracing with a technique called rebracing of the sys- zations. For more information, call 800/836-5011 or visit from wall to wall without the need for inside waler beams.” tem. For large and extremely deep jobs in excess of 30 ft. (9 m) in C60 soil conditions, contractors can make use of the www.iconjds.com. Other installation benefits of ICON slide rail system


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Crushing, Screening & Recycling Section

The number 1 Distributor, Terex Fuchs award and proclamations from the Governor of Ohio and Congressman Steve Austria, Ohio’s 7th District.

A crowd of dignitaries, employees and local citizens gather just before the presentation of the award.

Company Wrench Presented With Top Terex Fuchs Distributor Award

Brad Hutchinson (L), owner of Company Wrench, accepts the award from Dean Barley, general manager of Terex Construction Americas.

Terex Construction Americas has recognized Company scrap and demolition industries, the Terex Fuchs line was a tomers and has resulted in a huge infusion of growth for our Wrench Ltd. as the top distributor of Terex Fuchs material natural fit to our equipment offering. As a result, the rela- company.” handlers for 2011. One of the top-performing distributors for tionship has allowed us to offer more solutions for our cusCompany Wrench’s road to becoming a heavy equipment several years, this is the first time Company Wrench has distributor began 13 years ago, when Hutchinson started been selected to receive the number 1 Terex Fuchs a truck, trailer and equipment shop in Fairfield County, equipment distributor award. The company was selected Ohio. At the time, the company offered 24-hour, sevenfor its continued growth with the material handler line, day-a-week wrecker and recovery service. top sales performance and superior service support of the It wasn’t until 2002 that Company Wrench turned its customer. focus to the demolition market, representing a line of “Starting with Brad Hutchinson [owner of Company specialty hydraulic attachments. In 2005, Terex Wrench] and carrying through to the sales and service Construction Americas began its relationship with personnel, the entire Company Wrench team is passionCompany Wrench to provide local sales and service supate beyond belief about ensuring the customer’s sucport for Terex Fuchs scrap and recycling customers cess,” said Dean Barley, general manager of Terex operating in Ohio. This gave Company Wrench a full Construction Americas. “It’s rewarding to work with a line of purpose-built material handlers designed for the distributor like Company Wrench, whose philosophy scrap, recycling and demolition markets. With its strong and dedication to the customer is in line with our combent on serving these markets, Company Wrench immemitment to the success of the customer.” diately became a top-performing distributor for the Local dignitaries at the event included (L-R) Nick Gatz, field On hand to receive the award for Company Wrench representative of Gov. John Kasich; Gary Gleckler, president, material handler line. were Hutchinson, Gary Gleckler — president, Scott Company Wrench; Shane Farnsworth, Fairfield County eco“We took the same philosophy of 24-7 repair servicCarpenter — CFO, and Cam Gabbard — vice president. nomic development director; Kathleen Young, field director of es demanded by the customer in the heavy wrecker busi“It’s an honor to have our team’s dedication to the U.S. Congressman Steve Austria (Ohio 7th District); Brad ness and adapted it to the scrap business for the Terex Terex Fuchs line recognized with this number one dis- Hutchinson, owner, Company Wrench; and Penny Hutchinson, Fuchs line,” said Gleckler. “We also offer a buy-back tributor award,” said Hutchinson. “With our focus on the asset manager, Company Wrench. see AWARD page 32


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Organization Also Recognized in Kasich, Austria Offices AWARD from page 31

program as part of our support package.” “The biggest cost is when a company’s equipment is down, and we make sure we have a service technician to the job site the same day we receive the call,” added Gabbard. “If a customer is in a remote location, we’ll fly the service personnel to the job site on our own plane to ensure he is up and running as quickly as possible.”

“We took the same philosophy of 24-7 repair services demanded by the customer in the heavy wrecker business and adapted it to the scrap business for the Terex Fuchs line.”

(L-R) are Judy Shupe, Fairfield County commissioner; Mike Kiger, Fairfield County commissioner; Brad Hutchinson, owner, Company Wrench; Penny Hutchinson, asset manager, Company Wrench; Steve Davis, Fairfield County commissioner; Kristy Jennings, marketing lead, Terex Construction Americas; Dean Barley, general manager, Terex Construction Americas; and Chris Koch, divisional sales manager, Terex Construction Americas.

Gary Gleckler Company Wrench

It is this dedication to the customer that has enabled Company Wrench to grow from 1 to 12 locations in 6 years. The number 1 Terex Fuchs equipment distributor award was presented to Company Wrench officials by Terex Construction Americas representatives Dean Barley, Chris Koch and Kristy Jennings in a ceremony held on May 1, 2012, at the distributor’s headquarters location in Carroll, Ohio.

A reception was held after the award ceremony.

The event was attended by Terex Construction Americas representatives, Company Wrench officials and employees as well as local and state dignitaries.

Joining Terex Construction Americas and Company Wrench officials were a host of local and state dignitaries, including representatives from the offices of Gov. John Kasich and Congressman Steve Austria of Ohio’s 7th District. In addition to being named the top Terex Fuchs equipment distributor for 2011, Company Wrench received proclamations from the offices of both Kasich and Austria. From a small initial territory representing Terex Fuchs material handlers, Company Wrench now offers sales and service support for multiple states in the midwestern and southern regions for Terex Fuchs. “This is a well-deserved honor for Company Wrench,” said Chris Koch, divisional sales manager of Terex Construction Americas. “They are a top-notch organization and one of our most dedicated distributors, not only to the product line but, more importantly, to the customer. We congratulate them on their success.” For more information, call 662/393-1800 or visit www.terex.com.


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As part of its mission to be eco-friendly whenever possible, Kolberg-Pioneer Inc. (KPI-JCI) is implementing a sustainable pretreatment and coating process on certain equipment parts that maximizes performance while minimizing the impact on the environment. Before the parts utilizing the new process are ever painted, the metal is first cleaned (pretreated), thereby helping the coating stick to the metal and slowing corrosion if the paint gets damaged during use. The new pretreatment process uses Zirconization, a water-based, low-temperature pretreatment technology based on highly corrosion-resistant materials that are free of solvents, phosphates and heavy metals. Kolberg-Pioneer Inc. (KPI-JCI) didn’t stop with simply improving the pretreatment process, according to Bruce Dunham, marketing/technical manager of DuBois Chemicals Surface Finishing Sector. The company also installed a coating system capable of applying and curing a powder coating versus a liquid paint. This coating system not only enhances the appearance of the equipment, but also protects it from the elements that cause corrosion, thus maximizing the product’s useful life, according to the manufacturer. “If you have ever used a can of spray paint, you are familiar with the strong solvent odor,” Dunham said. “When used on an industrial level, solvent-based liquid paints can add cost associated with environmental and health and safety

















 









 



























monitoring and reporting. Kolberg-Pioneer Inc. has mitigated these issues by specifying a powder coating that provides a durable, corrosion-resistant coating to protect its customer’s investment.” The pretreatment and coating process takes approximately 2.5 hours, which is a significantly shorter turn-around period than when using liquid paint, according to Mark Folkers, production manager at Kolberg-Pioneer, Inc. To begin the process, parts are hung on a line and passed through a five-station wash before a part can enter the powder paint booth. Once a part is painted, it is passed in front of an 850-degree infrared heater for one minute then enters a 350-degree oven for 50 minutes before entering the cooloff tunnel. Once the part is cooled and fully-cured, it is ready to be sent to assembly. Lisa Carson, marketing manager of KPI-JCI and Astec Mobile Screens, said the company will continue to explore other green technologies that are good not only for the environment, but the customer’s bottom line. “We are committed to producing high-quality products while reducing our impact on the environment,” she said. “Our new pretreatment and coating processes are improving the lifespan of the machine, which is critical for the success of our customers’ operations.” For more information, call 605/668-2524 or visit www.kpijci.com.

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LATE MODEL RENTAL FLEET EQUIPMENT CRAWLER TRACTORS, HYDRAULIC EXCAVATORS, RUBBER TIRED LOADERS, SKID STEERS, AERIALS, TRACTOR LOADER BACKHOES, TRUCKS & TRAILERS, SUPPORT EQUIPMENT

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HOUSTON, TEXAS HILITES INCLUDE: 2 MOTOR GRADERS: Cat 140H, Cat 120G, 15 HYDRAULIC EXCAVATORS: 2006 Cat 325DL, Cat 225BLC, (2) Unused 2012 Doosan DX225LC, (2) Unused Kobelco SK210LC, 2006-(2) 2005 Kobelco SK210LC-6, 2006 Kobelco SK135SR, Komatsu PC220LC-6, Komatsu PC220LC-6, 2005 Bobcat 331G, (2) 2005 Bobcat 325G, 2 RUBBER TIRED LOADERS: Cat 966F, Cat 966E, 8 TRACTOR LOADER BACKHOES: (3) Cat 420DIT, 2003 Cat 420D, Cat 416C (4x4), (2) 2006 JCB 214E (4x4), 4 CRAWLER TRACTORS: 2006 Komatsu D65PX (cab), Komatsu D58P, Komatsu D38P, Cat D4CXL, 3 VIBRATORY ROLLERS: (2) 2008 Cat CS54, Super Pac 54in., 6 RUBBER TRACKED SKID STEERS: 2006 Cat 287B, 2008 Cat 277C, 2007 Cat 277B, 2007 Cat 247B, 2007 Cat 247B, 2003 Cat 247, 2 SKID STEERS: 2010 Cat 256C (2 speed), 2009 Cat 226B-II, TELESCOPIC FORKLIFT: 2005 Genie TX6622, 16 FORKLIFTS: Taylor 22,000lb., Taylor 20,000lb., (9) 2007 Linde 8,000lb., (5) Hyster 8,000lb., 3 BOOM LIFTS: 2004 Genie S60 (4x4), 2004 Genie S40 (4x4), 2004 JLG 600A (4x4), SCISSOR LIFTS: JLG 2646E2, 2 SWEEPERS: 2007 Laymor 8C, 2007 Broce 2250, 2 AIR COMPRESSORS: 2006 Doosan HP915WCUR, 2006 Doosan XP825DWCU-T2, 2 GENERATORS: 2008 Terex T120, 2007 Cat XQ30, WELDERS: 2006 Lincoln SAE400, 3 LIGHT PLANTS: (3) 2005 Magnum MTL4060, BOOM TRUCK: 2000 GMC C77H042 (s/a), 2 TRUCK TRACTORS: (2) Mack 613 (t/a), 2 DUMP TRUCKS: (2) IH, SWEEPER: 2005 Broce CR350, 2005 Terramite TSS38, SUPPORT EQUIPMENT: Demo Edco Walk Behind Saws, Demo Edco Scarifier, Demo Edco Masonry Saw, New Abrasive & Diamond Blades, New Stiff neck Pintle Hitches, New Air Spray Guns, New Ratchet Cargo Straps, New Impact Wrenches, Air Spray Guns, New Huskie Hammer Drill, New Jack hammer Hose, New Water Hose, Concrete Vibrator, Impact Wrenches, Water Hoses, Mustang Rammer, Hose Reels, Porta Powers, New Smartquip Plate Compactor, New Mustang Submersible Pumps, MBW Plate Compactors, Multiquip Plate Compactors, New Mustang CV3500 Concrete Vibrator.

Address: 8215 FM 1488, Magnolia, TX 77354. DIRECTIONS: From Bush International Airport: Airport exit on JFK Blvd., take left ramp onto Will Clayton Parkway toward Central Cargo .2 miles. Continue on Jetero Blvd., continue on McKaughan Rd., left on Viscount Rd., left Mecom Rd. Take ramp onto JFK Blvd. toward Airport exit (I-45)/ Beltway 8/ Hardy Toll Rd. 2 miles. Take ramp onto Hardy Toll W toward Hardy Toll Rd. (tolls) for 2.9 miles. Take Hardy Toll Rd. North/ Woodlands exit onto Hardy Toll N (tolls) – 11.9 miles. Merge onto I-45 N for 8.4 miles. Exit #81/ Magnolia (FM-1488) toward Magnolia (I-45 S)/ Hempstead .3 miles. Take ramp onto I-45 S .2 miles, take ramp onto FM 1488 Rd. (FM-1488) toward I-45 N/ Sherbrook Dr. .3 miles. Take ramp onto North Fwy toward I-45 N .2 miles. Take ramp onto FM 1488 Rd. (FM-1488) toward Magnolia (I-45S) Hempstead for 8 miles. Site is on left.

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Minnesota Nursery & Landscape Association (MNLA) – Successful Business Grow Here! 2012 EVENTS CALENDAR: Thursday, August 9th - 2012 WISCONSIN NURSERY FIELD DAY (ALL DAY) Thursday, August 9th - GIRL’S NIGHT OUT (6:30 PM CST – 9:30 PM CST) Thursday, August 16th - CARLIN: 2012 BUYERFEST (ALL DAY) Tuesday, August 21st - OPEN HOUSE DAYS AT THE MINNESOTA LANDSCAPE ARBORETUM GRASS COLLECTION (1:00 PM CST – 4:00 PM CST) Thursday, September 13th - CLEAN WATER SUMMIT 2012 – GREEN INFRASTRUCTURE FOR CLEAN WATER: THE ESSENTIAL ROLE OF SOIL (8:30 AM CST – 6:00 PM CST) Tuesday, September 18th - OPEN HOUSE DAYS AT THE MINNESOTA LANDSCAPE ARBORETUM GRASS COLLECTION (3:00 PM CST – 6:00 PM CST) Wednesday, September 19th - MNLA SHOOTOUT (ALL DAY) Wednesday, October 3rd - ISA CERTIFIED ARBORIST, UTILITY SPECIALIST, and MUNICIPAL SPECIALIST EXAM (12:00 PM EST – 5:00 PM EST) Wednesday, October 10th - OPEN HOUSE DAYS AT THE MINNESOTA LANDSCAPE ARBORETUM GRASS COLLECTION (1:00 PM CST – 6:00 PM CST) October 24th thru October 26th – GIE & EXPO 2012 October 24th thru October 26th – 2012 HARDSCAPE NORTH AMERICA November 2th thru November 6th – 2012 IRRIGATION SHOW & EDUCATION CONFERENCE November 8th thru November 10th – TCI EXPO 2012 in BALTIMORE November 16th – 9:00 AM CST – 3:30 PM CST –PESTICIDE RECERTIFICATION January 8, 2013 – 8:00 AM CST – 5:00 PM CST – SUPER TUESDAY: PERMEABLE PAVER SYSTEMS CERTIFICATE COURSE January 8, 2013 – 8:00 AM CST – 5:00 PM CST – SUPER TUESDAY: LANDSCAPE IRRIGATION TROUBLESHOOTING (PLT RELICENSURE) ***Please contact MNLA at mnla@mnla.biz or telephone toll free: 888-886-6652 for more information.

store is available through our home page, www.agcmn.org. Georgia Utility Contractors Association, Inc. 2012 3rd Quarter Safety Training Schedule Topics Include: . Competent Person Excavation . Confined Space Entry Program . Damage Prevention/GUFPA Law/PSC . ISEE Blasting Certification . Temporary Utility Workzone Traffic Control . NPDES Level 1A Course and Exam* . NPDES Level 1A Recertification Course* . NPDES Level 1B Course and Exam* . GDOT Approved Flagging Program . GDOT Approved Flagging Instructor Program *No Checks accepted less than 5 days prior to class date payment reserves the seat for class – we do not save seats. For more information on the above classes which include dates/locations/costs, please contact Scott Brumbelow, Assistant Executive Director, GUCA, 404/3629995. GUCA 804 Main Street, Suite C, Forest Park, GA 30297 404/362-9995, 877/SAF-GUCA, Fax: 404/362-9211 www.guca.com HOFFMAN EQUIPMENT, Piscataway, NJ – NCCCO Class Schedule – NCCCO Mobile Crane Certification Dates Available Written Exam Prep (must pre-register August 20 - 24 At least 2 weeks prior to class) October 15 – 19 Mobile Crane Practical Exam Practice Call To Schedule Must Schedule NCCCO Mobile Crane Certification Call To Schedule Practical Exam – Must Schedule For More Information or to Register, Call Nancy DeCarr 800-4-HOFFMAN www.hoffmanequip.com New Jersey Corporate Headquarters Hoffman Equipment 300 South Randolphville Road Piscataway, NJ 08854

American Subcontractors Association – Midwest Council The American Subcontractors Association (ASA) Midwest Council is a construction trade association made up of quality specialty contractors and suppliers serving the construction industry and the community in the greater St. Louis metropolitan area and southern Illinois. The ASA Midwest Council’s purpose is to improve the construction process through active participation in education, legislation and cooperation. The ASA Midwest Council has been named “Chapter of the Year” by the American 2012 FLORIDA Contractor Associations Meetings Postings: Subcontractors Association five out of the last seven years. For more information about the ASA Midwest Council, visit www.asamidwest.com or contact Susan New Installations: Wednesday, October 10th and Tuesday, December 4th NASTT’s Winkelmann at 314-845-0855. ASA Midwest Council – Voice of the Midwest mission is to advance trenchless technology and to promote its benefits for the pubSubcontractor. lic and the environment by increasing awareness and knowledge through information dissemination; research and development; education and training; and partnerAGC of AMERICA is pleased to offer a wide variety of meetings, events and seminars for construction professionals that can help you improve every aspect of your business. ships with organizations and agencies interested in trenchless technology and its benefits. NASTT provides a representative voice for all sectors of the trenchless technology industry. For more information about NASTT and the variety of training opporAGC OF MINNESOTA th Friday, August 3 – AGC GOLF TOURNAMENT – Join your colleagues and fellow tunities provided, please visit www.nastt.org or contact Michelle Hill, members at our golf tournament on Friday, August 3, at Fox Hollow Golf Club in St. Communications & Training Manager at 440/638-4676 or mhill@nastt.org. Michael. Monday, August 27th – Fundraiser. AGC of Minnesota presents the 13th annual HISTORICAL CONSTRUCTION EQUIPMENT ASSOCIATION Sporting Clays Fundraiser at Minnesota Horse and Hunt Club in Prior Lake…whether 2012 HCEA International Convention & Old Equipment Exposition September 14-16, 2012, National Construction Equipment Museum, Bowling you shoot for competition or fun! Coming!!! OCTOBER 4th!!! – DON’T MISS THIS EVENT! Green, Ohio The University of Minnesota’s 2012 Construction Expo will be Thursday, October 4, FEATURING CATEPILLAR! Equipment of all vintages built or powered by Caterpillar from 9:00 AM to 3:00 PM. If you do business with the U or want to do business with will be featured. Stationary and operational equipment in any condition is welU, it’s a great opportunity! come. Bring your equipment and have some fun, because we have a lot of digBuild America Award Application Available ging, dozing, loading, shoveling, hauling and scraping work to do. Come watch The 2013 AGC/Alliant Build America competition is open to general contractors and and participate in the 27th Annual Convention of the Historical Construction specialty contractors who are current members of an AGC chapter working as prime Equipment Association! contractors for projects completed between November 1, 2011 and November 1, ACMOC ANNUAL NATIONAL SHOW: 2012. Member companies can visit http://awards.agc.org/ to begin a project entry. Also hosting the Antique Caterpillar Machinery Owners Club Annual National Show. (Please note that this is a newly developed site and will be continually updated throughout the duration of the awards season. Thank you in advance for your Featuring many finely restored Caterpillar machines on static display and in action! patience and cooperation.) The final deadline for all submissions is Friday, Show Hours: November 2, at 5:00 pm EST. Winners will be announced at AGC’s 94th Annual Friday, September 14th – 9:00 AM to Dusk Saturday, September 15th – 9:00 AM to 5:00 PM Convention in Palm Springs, California next March. Sunday, September 16th – 9:00 AM to 3:00 PM *** For more information on the above AGC of Minnesota events, you may con- Location: National Construction Equipment Museum, Bowling Green, OHIO tact Denise Woods,CMP; Director, Communications & Events, Associates General HCEA/ACMOC Banquet: Contractors of Minnesota, 525 Park Street, #110, St. Paul, MN 55103 DIRECT: Saturday, September 15th – Social Hour at 6:00 PM; Dinner at 7:00 PM 651/796-2186; CELL: 612/201-5501; FAX: 651/632-8928; TOLL FREE: $30.00 for Adults; $15.00 for age 12 and under. 800/552-7670 and/or www.agcmn.org. Order tickets through the HCEA office at 419/352-5616. First come, first served – seating is limited to 250. FOR MORE INFORMATION: CALL THE HCEA: 419/352-5616. AGC OF ST LOUIS FALL INSIDE INSIGHT LUNCHEON held on Wednesday, August 22nd at Greenbriar Association of Equipment Manufacturers Hills Country Club W. Washington Street, Suite 2400, Milwaukee, WI 53214 Registration: 11:15 AM 414/272-0943 Lunch: 11:45 AM AEM Education Team presents a Customer Support Council Seminar Speaker: 12:15 PM “Change, Challenge, Growth” Adjourn: 1:15 PM September 17 – 19, 2012 Cost is $35 for AGC of St. Louis Members, $70 for non-Members Sheraton City Centre, Indianapolis, IN Inside Insight is an AGC of St. Louis quarterly speaker series designed to give you just that – the INSIDE INSIGHT on public policy issues. Ann Wagner, Candidate for Join us for a reception and tour of Lucas Oil Stadium. You saw it all over television during Super Bowl XLVI, now come and see Lucas Oil the United States Congress will be presenting at this luncheon. Ann will be discussing her goals should she win the Congressional election, including small busi- Stadium in person while networking with your peers. You will enjoy a private ness issues, regulatory issues, transportation reauthorization, water quality issues, group reception in the Quarterback Suite located on the upper suite level. With amazing views of the field and a private tour of the stadium, you will have an alland job creation. Please register by Friday, August 17th. Reservations cancelled after this date will be billed. If you have questions, please call the AGC of St. Louis access pass to great NFL accommodations and networking at the same time. The reception will be held Tuesday evening, September 18. There is no additional fee, office at 314/781-2356. but registration is required. SAVE THE DATE!!! 2nd Annual AGC of ST. LOUIS BIM EXPO is THURSDAY, AUGUST 23rd from 8:00 AM to 5:30 PM at Washington University in St. Louis. Coming off a successful inau- IEDA (Independent Equipment Dealers Association) – The Independent Equipment gural event in 2011 with close to 150 attendees, the AGC of St. Louis BIM Expo Dealers Association is happy to announce that Great American Insurance Group has Advisory Committee has begun planning for our 2012 EXPO. This year’s event will joined the Association, effective June 1, 2012. The IEDA Board of Directors has be held at Washington University in St. Louis on Thursday, August 23rd, and is sure accepted Great American, a provider of equipment finance insurance solutions, as an to be bigger and better! IEDA member. Please welcome Great American Insurance Group as a new IEDA The AGC of St. Louis is now accepting proposals for a limited number of speaking member, and take a moment to introduce yourself to Great American’s representative, opportunities. For more information, please contact Joanne Engel at jengel@stl-cts.org. Brent Fox, at our mid-year meeting in Las Vegas, September 25 – 27, 2012. IEDA LAS VEGAS MEET & GREET – Nine Fine Irishmen Pub, Las Vegas ***HAVE you UPDATED your AGC DIRECTORY LISTINGS? Are they up-to-date? 5 PM to 7 PM. BY INVITATION ONLY Does your company profile show why you are better than your competition? IEDA MID-YEAR MEETING – LAS VEGAS Listed all your branches? All members have received AGC of Minnesota directh tory update information – company profile/personnel update, advertising oppor- Wednesday, September 26 – 8 AM to 3 PM, NY NY LAS VEGAS HOTEL & CASINO IEDA Go-KART TOURNAMENT tunities, and updating up to five company specialties. Unsure if your company Wednesday, September 26th - 4:30 PM information has been updated? Contact Jane Sanem to check by email at isanem@agcmn.org or 651/796-2187. Advertising space is still available and First Lap Indoor Kart Racing, Las Vegas QUESTIONS? reasonable! Please contact Kristen Williams, Executive Director, IEDA, Victor, NY, Office: ***THROUGH ITS ON-LINE BOOKSTORE, AGC OF AMERICA offers monthly fea585/869-9002, Toll Free: 888/379-0353, Email: kristen@iedagroup.com tured products, available at a discount to AGC members. A link to the book-


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Complete Liquidation Thursday, August 23 Featuring equipment from

520 TIMBERJACK

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2006 WESTERN STAR

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FORD F-650 SERVICE TRUCK

PETERSON 6700B-1271

HYDRO AX 721E

PETERSON PACIFIC HC7400

CASE 450-8879

JOHN DEERE 230LC

PRECISION HUSKY XL245-2904

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Inspected and Guaranteed www.ironplanet.com s 855-685-5491 California Auction Company Bond #70259785. Preliminary list to date. Equipment subject to change. Copyright © 1999-2012 IronPlanet, Inc. All Rights Reserved. IronPlanet ®, IronClad Assurance ® and Auctions you can trust ® are registered service marks of IronPlanet, Inc. All other marks and brands are the property of their respective owners.


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Sales Strong for Ritchie Bros. During Houston Auction

Cullen Mancuso (L) of 2-C Equipment, Jarrell, Texas, discusses auction prices with Kelly Bullin of Legends Equipment Co., Justin, Texas.

(L-R): Brad Strong poses with this Case 750 dozer and his wife, Krystal, son, Logan, and daughter, Lilian.

Rob Watkins of Viewpoint Energy, Texas City, Texas, just purchased this Cat D6M dozer.

R

itchie Bros. held an auction June 12 in Houston, Texas. Highlights from the sale included a 1997 Manitowoc 888 Series II 250-ton crawler crane that (L-R): Brady, Mike and Bubba Templeton of Templeton sold for $535,000; a pair of 2008 Caterpillar D8T crawler Shanon King of Crown Equipment, Pearland, Texas, is Bros. Construction, Livingston, Texas, are doing a comtractors that went for $340,000 and $315,000. interested in this Manitowoc 888. plete check of this Case SV 208 padfoot roller.

Dennis McReynolds of Safety Railway Service L.P., Victoria, Texas, thinks this Cat 314C Caterpillar excavator will be the right thing to bid on.

Juan Hernandez of San Luis, Mexico, is going to bid on this Komatsu PC 300 LC excavator.

Herb Gust of SGO Heavy Equipment Specialists, Joshua, Texas, likes what he sees in this Komatsu PC 200 excavator.


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New Position...

PIRTEK Joins the Southern Holt CAT Names Peter J. Holt California Contractors Assoc.

General Service Manager Holt CAT, the Caterpillar equipment and engine dealer of south, central, north and north east Texas, has named Peter J. Holt to the position of machine division general service manager. In his new position, Holt will be responsible for all service operations in the organization’s heavy equipment division. Holt successfully completed an extensive Leadership Training Program at Holt CAT and is a recent graduate of the Caterpillar Inc. Marketing Training Program in Peoria, Ill. For more information, visit www.holtcat.com.

Construction Spending Reaches Highest Level Since December ’09

PIRTEK’s centers located in southern California have become members of the Southern California Contractors Association (SCCA). Volunteer-led and governed by its members, SCCA has served the construction industry since 1974. The SCCA regularly appears before dozens of agencies, boards, commissions, regulators, trusts and unions on behalf of its members — saving them millions of dollars in the past 35 years. When a hose fails, it can cost businesses thousands of dollars in lost productivity. That’s where PIRTEK can help the SCCA members reduce the costs of equipment downtime, idle crews, labor and parts, fuel, overtime and lost opportunity associated with hose failures, according to the company. “This SCCA membership forwards our sales strategy of ‘Market Regionally, Work Locally’ that we are developing with the construction, crane and rigging, and heavy equip-

ment rental markets. With four centers and 16 vans covering southern California, PIRTEK can provide our unique service to our many clients across a wide geographic area. We are excited about leveraging our reach to the entire region,” said Paul Martin, owner of PIRTEK in Long Beach. Rockledge, Fla.-based PIRTEK is a service provider of ETA 1 Hour OnSite Hose Replacement. PIRTEK offers a 24 hour, 7 day service serving almost every facet of industry including construction, manufacturing, transportation, agriculture and engineering. PIRTEK vans carry the component parts necessary to manufacture hose assemblies on site. Hose and fittings also can be purchased over-thecounter at PIRTEK’s centers, which serve as home base to its mobile fleet. There are more than 40 PIRTEK Hose Service & Supply Centers nationwide and a fleet of more than 200 servicing major metropolitan markets throughout the United States.

Sealed Bid Auction Surplus Equipment Bid Deadline: Tue., Aug. 28, 2012 5:00PM EDT Arizona • California • Indiana • Kentucky • North Carolina • Ohio • Pennsylvania • South Carolina • Texas

REPORT from page 1

family homebuilding up 2 percent and 15 percent. The construction economist said that four private nonresidential categories each posted 12-month spending increases of more than 25 percent: power and energy construction, 35 percent; hotels, 29 percent; educational and manufacturing, 27 percent apiece. There also were improvements in year-over-year totals for private transportation such as trucking and rail facilities, up 17 percent; health care and commercial (retail, warehouse and farm), 11 percent each; and office construction, 7 percent. In contrast, public construction slumped for the fifth consecutive month, falling 4 percent below the May 2011 level, Simonson noted. He said the largest public category, highway and street construction, slipped 0.5 percent from April but edged up 2 percent year-over-year, while the second-largest segment, educational construction, fell 3 percent and 7 percent, respectively. “Based on the number and variety of projects that have been announced in recent

months, I expect the private nonresidential sector to keep posting hefty gains for the rest of 2012 and beyond,” Simonson predicted. “Apartment construction seems sure to remain strong as well. Single-family homebuilding is not as solid but has apparently passed its low point. Together, these categories should mean that total construction spending in 2012 will be positive for the year for the first time since 2007 despite ongoing weakness in public construction. Association officials said the enactment of a federal highway and transportation bill that slightly increases spending over the next 27 months will keep public construction from falling further. But they urged Congress to include more funding for essential water and wastewater projects. “Getting a highway and transit bill passed is a great first step,” said Stephen E. Sandherr, the association’s chief executive officer. “Next, Congress should focus on keeping other forms of infrastructure from falling behind while enacting measures to support broader economic growth.”

All Terrain Cranes: `99 DEMAG AC650, 750 Ton, s/n 87007, 197’ hyd boom, Super Lift attachment, 315’ luffing/164’ fixed jib, aux hoist • `99 LIEBHERR LTM1500, 650 Ton, s/n 0014568, 276’ and 164’ hyd booms, Super Lift, 298’ luffing/207’ fixed jib, aux hoist • `98 LIEBHERR LTM1225, 300 Ton, s/n 0023679, 197’ hyd boom, 207’ luffing jib, aux hoist • `99 GROVE GMK5160/5175, 175 Ton, s/n 51608229, 161’ hyd boom, 141’ lattice jib consisting of: 33’-59’ swing away jib and (5) 16’ inserts, aux hoist • `96 GROVE GMK5160/5175, 175 Ton, s/n 8147, 161’ hyd boom, 124’ lattice jib consisting of: 33’-59’ swing away jib and (4) 16’ inserts, aux hoist • `05 DEMAG AC140, 170 Ton, s/n 14119, 197’ hyd boom, 29’-55’ fold-

ing swing away jib with (2) 27’ inserts to 109’, aux hoist • `98 LIEBHERR LTM1120/1, 165 Ton, s/n 0023388, 184’ hyd boom, 37’-92’ folding swing away jib, aux hoist • `98 LIEBHERR LTM1120/1, 165 Ton, s/n 23726, 184’ hyd boom, 37’-92’ folding swing away jib, aux hoist • `98 TEREX/PPM ATT1354, 130 Ton, s/n VMAVM300990054, 176’ hyd boom, 65’ folding swing away jib, aux hoist • `97 DEMAG AC155, 60 Ton, s/n 73291, 131’ hyd boom, 30’-58’ folding swing away jib, aux hoist Hydraulic Truck Cranes: `99 GROVE TM9120, 120 Ton, s/n 220226 • `97 GROVE TM9120, 120 Ton, s/n 84177 • `99 LINK-BELT HTC-8670, 70 Ton, s/n F2I91513 • `97 LINK-BELT HTC-8670, 70 Ton, s/n F2I76030 Hammerhead Tower Cranes: `00 TEREX/PEINER SK405, s/n SK405-054 • `98 TEREX/PEINER SK405, s/n SK405-011 • (2) `99 TEREX/PEINER SK315, s/n SK315037 and s/n SK315-042 • `96 TEREX/PEINER SK315, s/n SK315-008

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ADVERTISER INDEX A E D ..............................................................................11 ALEX LYON & SONS INC

HUNYADY AUCTION CO SEALED BID DEADLINE 08/28/12 ........................53

HOUSTON TX 08/21/12 .........................................50

HYDRAULICIRCUIT TECHNOLOGY ...........................17

ALLU GROUP ................................................................13

IROCK CRUSHERS ......................................................40

ASSET AUCTIONS .......................................................48

IRON PLANET

BARGAINS .....................................................................46

ONLINE AUCTION 08/23/12 ..................................51

BRUSH TECHNOLOGY ................................................41

KAWASAKI CONSTRUCTION MACHINERY................26

CAT AUCTION SERVICES

KIRBY-SMITH MACHINERY INC ..................................39

EQUIPMENT YARD 08/08/12.................................49 CEG SCALE MODELS ....................................................6 CHICAGO PNEUMATIC ................................................17 CLASSIFIEDS.................................................................46 CONSTRUCTION EQUIPMENT COMPANY ...............37 CONSTRUCTION EQUIPMENT GUIDE ............18,24,44 DARR EQUIPMENT CO ................................................11 DOOSAN INFRACORE AMERICA CORP .................5,19 DOOSAN PORTABLE POWER ....................................43 DYNAPAC ......................................................................26 EXODUS ........................................................................34

KOMATSU AMERICA CORP .....................................8,20 LBX ................................................................................28 MCCLOSKEY INTERNATIONAL ..................................36 METSO MINERALS .....................................................33 MIDCO DEMOLITION TOOL CO ..................................41 NATIONAL ATTACHMENTS .........................................17 NORAM ..........................................................................42 PEOPLES UNITED EQUIP FINANCE...........................40 RECS-BAYONET BREAKER ........................................12 REMU SCREENING TECHNOLOGY ...........................34

FELLING TRAILERS .....................................................23

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

FINN ...............................................................................33

ROAD BUILDERS MACHINERY & SUPPLY .............7,13

FLANGE LOCK ................................................................2

ROAD MACHINERY CO ...............................................56

FLECO ATTACHMENTS ...............................................16

ROLL TECH SYSTEMS ................................................13

FLUID CONTROL SERVICES ........................................8

SENNEBOGEN .............................................................38

GRINDERCRUSHERSCREEN.COM ...........................41

TOM GROWNEY EQUIPMENT INC ..............................2

GROVE CRANE CO-OP ...............................................45

TOWMASTER ...............................................................25

HENDRIX MACHINERY LLC ..........................................3

WANTED.........................................................................47

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U N R E S E R V E D P U B L I C AU C T I O N S

HUGE SELECTION OF CONSTRUCTION EQUIPMENT

          

2006 CATERPILLAR 966H | ALBUQUERQUE, NM

2008 JOHN DEERE 350D LC | ALBUQUERQUE, NM

1 OF 9– CATERPILLAR 651E | GILLETTE, WY

1 OF 3– CATERPILLAR 773D | GILLETTE, WY

2008 HITACHI EX1900-6 BE | GILLETTE, WY

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Dozers

Year STK#

Hours

Price

KOMATSU D61EX-15

2007

EMD290 3672

$119,000

KOMATSU D39EX-21A

2007

EMD7786 3020

$59,000

KOMATSU D61EX-15

2007

EMD293 2801

$149,000

KOMATSU D51EX-22

2007

EMD7022 2650

$119,000

KOMATSU D61PX-15

2009

EMD7386 3763

$142,000

2005 KOMATSU PC400LC-7L, Stk# EMD247, 5281 Hrs, Cab w/AC ........................................................................................$165,000

2007 KOMATSU WA500-6, Stk# EM7623, ROPS, Cab, 7113 Hrs ........ ..................................................................................................$239,000

2007 KOMATSU D61EX-15, Stk# EMD290, 3672 Hrs, PAT Blade w/Ripper ..........................................................................$119,000

2001 KOMATSU WA320-3MC, Stk# EMD7052, Cab, 6098 Hrs ...... ..........................................................................................$69,500 All certified machines include a minimum of 30 days powertrain warranty. All certified machines include the following financing (OAC). Subject to change without notice. 12 Months - 3.5% • 24 Months - 4.5% • 36 Months - 5.5% • 48 Months - 6.5%

2007 Komatsu WA320-5, Stk# EMD7788, 3141 Hrs, ROPS w/AC, 20.5-25 Tires, JRB Quick Coupler ....................................$115,000

Excavators Crawlers

Year STK#

Hours

KOMATSU PC200LC-8

2008

EMD109 1854

$135,000

KOMATSU PC400LC-7L

2005

EMD247 5281

$165,000

KOMATSU PC400LC-7L

2004

EMD249 6424

$135,000

KOMATSU PC800LC-8

2007

EMD6888 4144

$550,000

KOMATSU PC300LC-7EO 2007

EMD250 3160

$165,000

KOMATSU PC300LC-7EO 2007

EMD251 3554

$165,000

KOMATSU PC200LC-8

2007

EMD229 1713

$142,105

KOMATSU PC220LC-8

2007

EMD66

2699

$135,000

KOMATSU PC220LC-8

2007

EMD67

1929

$149,000

KOMATSU PC220LC-8

2007

EMD80

2436

$129,000

KOMATSU PC300LC-7EO 2007

EMD252 3982

$165,000

KOMATSU PC300LC-7EO 2007

EMD253 2884

$165,000

Hours

Price

Wheel Loaders

Year STK#

KOMATSU WA320-5

2007

EMD7788 3141

$115,000

KOMATSU WA320-3MC

2001

EMD7052 6098

$69,500

KOMATSU WA500-6

2007

EMD7623 7113

$239,000

KOMATSU WA500-6

2007

EMD7624 6325

$239,000

KOMATSU WA320-5

2006

EMD7787 3568

$115,000

2007 KOMATSU PC300LC-7EO, Stk# EMD252, 2852 Hrs, New HKX Aux. Hydraulic Thumb/Break It Installed March 2011 ...... $165,000

2007 KOMATSU PC300LC-7EO, Stk# EMD250, 3160 Hrs .............. ........................................................................................$165,000

Price

2007 KOMATSU D39EX-21A, Stk# EMD7786, 3020 Hrs, 6-Way Blade, 18” Shoes, ROPS A/C..............................................$59,000 Corporate Headquarters

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Used Equipment Inquiries Contact

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Texas

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Mexico

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