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Super Crane Goes to Work on Construction Delicate Rural Utah Bridge Activity Rises Close to a million pounds of counter weight was needed to stabilize the crane for setting the precast panels into place.

JLG Introduces New G10-43A Telehandler...10

Cat Auctions Names Trettel New CFO...30

By Jennifer Rupp

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Table of Contents ............4 Crushing, Screening & Recycling Section ....15-21 Truck & Trailer Section .... ..................................24-25 Business Calendar ........32 Auction Section ......37-43 Advertisers Index ..........42

When the Utah Department of Transportation (UDOT) and prime contractor Granite Construction sat down to the design phase of the Eagle Canyon Bridge project, it realized that using a standard-size crane was not an option. Because of the bridge’s age and vulnerable state, it could not withstand the weight that a reg-

ular crane would impose upon it. The $5.29 million project consisted of a deck replacement on the eastbound bridge, with approach slab work and measures to stiffen the existing structure. Granite suggested subcontracting OlsenBeal, a Utah-based industrial construction and maintenance company. OlsenBeal owns one of the few Kobelco SL6000 cranes in the United States, and uses it to service most of the West and

by 0.1 Percent By Martin Crutsinger

AP ECONOMICS WRITER

WASHINGTON (AP) Construction spending in the United States edged up in June but all the strength came from the government. Private sector activity in both housing and nonresidential projects fell. Construction spending rose 0.1 percent in June, the Commerce Department reported Aug. 2. While that was better than the decline economists had forecast, the government sharply revised down its estimate of activity in May to show a drop of 1 percent rather than the 0.2 percent dip initially reported. The lackluster performance for construction was the latest indicator that the overall economy slowed in the spring, raising worries about the durability of the recovery that began a year ago. The government reported in July that total economic growth slowed to a rate of 2.4 percent in the April-to-June quarter, down from a 3.7 percent growth rate in the first three months of the year and a 5 percent growth spurt in the fourth quarter of 2009. Economists are worried that growth will

see CRANE page 8

see ACTIVITY page 28

Stimulus Transportation Investments a Bright Spot The highway investments in the stimulus law have been a bright spot for a transportation construction industry hard hit by recessioninduced cutbacks in state programs and decline in private sector work. But continued uncertainty about passage of a multi-year surface transportation reauthorization bill is hindering chances for a sus-

tained economic recovery. That was the thrust of the message delivered by Kevin Gannon, vice president of Appleton, Wis.based Northeast Asphalt Inc., at a July 27 House Transportation & Infrastructure Committee hearing on implementation of the American Recovery & Reinvestment Act (ARRA).

Gannon, a director on the American Road & Transportation Builders Association (ARTBA) board, told the committee that recovery act-funded projects his company is working on have not wholly offset the 50 percent drop in private sector work in recent years. He said, however, that ARRA projects have allowed

them to hang on to the firm’s existing workforce. Gannon noted that as of July 16, more than 11,000 highway and bridge projects under the recovery act had moved to the construction stage and more than 3,000 were now finished, worth a total of $23 billion. see ARTBA page 28


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2006 Cat 268B, Stk# 6824, EROPS, A/C, 2,905 hrs., 10% Tires, Aux. Hyd., GP Bucket.................$24,500

1998 Volvo L70C, Stk# 6668, OROPS, Bucket, Quick Coupler ............................................$28,500

2006 John Deere 700J LT, Stk# 6227, OROPS, 6-Way Blade, 80% U/C, 2291 Hrs, 22” Pads ........... ....................................................................$56,500

1999 Terex SS636C, Stk# 5939, 6000 Lbs, 36’, 4WD, 4WS, 1972 Hrs, 50% Foam Filled Tires, Hyd. 2005 Ditch Witch RT40, Stk# 6726, 962 Hrs ........... Leveling System, Cummins Eng. ................$18,500 .....................................................................$12,500

2005 John Deere 544J, Stk# 6778, EROPS, A/C, 50% Tires Hyd. Quick Coupler w/Bucket & Forks.... ....................................................................$59,500

2008 John Deere 450J LT, #6784, EROPS, A/C, Sweeps, Screens, 6 Way Blade, 85% U/C, 763 hrs .... ........................................................................$56,500

2005 Hyundai HL740TM-7, Stk# 6675, EROPS, A/C, 9,264 hrs., 60% Tires, Hyd. Quick Connect w/Bucket 2006 Ingersoll-Rand SD45, Stk# 6705, 56" Smooth & Forks, Cummins Eng...............................$49,500 Drum w/Pad, Drum Shell ............................$26,500

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2004 Volvo EC140B LC, Stk# 6587, EROPS, A/C, 3,270 hrs., 80% U/C, 36” Bkt w/Thumb .....$42,500

2002 JLG 40HA, Stk# 6312, 40’, 4WD, 1722 Hrs, Diesel Eng. ....................................................$7,500

1999 John Deere 550H LT, Stk# 6735, OROPS, 6-Way Blade, 70% U/C, 3 Hrs on New Hour Meter.........$28,500

1977 Cat D7G, Stk# 6708, OROPS, Sweeps, Rear 2007 Dressta TD10M, Stk# 6678, OROPS, Sweeps, & Side Screens, St/Tilt Blade, 70% U/C, Cat Winch Rear Screen, 6 Way Blade, 80% U/C, 1,700 hrs...... ....................................................................$42,500 ....................................................................$44,500

2005 JCB JS130, Stk# 6605, EROPS, A/C, 2778 Hrs, 2000 Terex SS1056C, #6570, 10,000 lbs., 56 ft., 80% U/C, Aux. Hyd, 36” Bkt w/Mechanical Thumb . 2,409 hrs., 40% Tires, Out Riggers, JD Eng .......... ....................................................................$26,500 $42,500

2005 Lull 944E-42, Stk# 6433, 9000 Lbs, 42’, 3553 Hrs, 4WD, 4WS, 80% Foam Filled Tires, Hyd. Tilt Carriage, Hyd. Leveling System, Rotating Forks ...... ....................................................................$27,500

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2008 Bomag BW211PD-40, Stk# 6594, 84" Pad Drum, 784 hrs., 90% Tires, Duetz Eng. ......$56,500

2003 JLG G6-42A, Stk# 6476, 6000 Lbs, 42’, 3143 Hrs, 4WD, 4WS, 10% Foam Filled Tires, Hyd. Self Leveling System, JD Eng. ...........................$21,500

2003 Cat CP433E, Stk# 6744, 66" Pad Drum, 1,163 hrs, 80% Tires ............................................$34,500

1999 JCB 506, Stk# 6783, 6,000 lbs., 42 ft., 4WD, 4WS, 3,472 hrs., 70% Air Filled Tires, Aux. Hyd., 2006 Cat 320C LU, Stk# 6718, EROPS, 5489 Hrs, 70% U/C, Aux. Hyd, 60” Bkt w/Thumb ......$72,500 Hyd. Self Leveling System, Perkins ............$17,500

2001 John Deere 120, Stk# 6758, EROPS, A/C, 3,889 hrs., 80% U/C, Aux. Hyd., 30” Bucket ........... ....................................................................$34,500

2006 Bomag BW124PD H-3, Stk# 6639, 48" Pad Drum, 849 hrs., Push Blade........................$19,500

2008 John Deere 322, Stk# 6781, OROPS, 962 Hrs, Rubber Tracks @ 80%, Aux. Hyd................$22,500

1982 Cat 12G, Stk# 6702, Low Pro Cab, EROPS, A/C, 4,961 hrs., 50% Tires, 14 ft. M/B w/Slide & Tip Control, Ripper & Rear Scarifier Combo, One Owner Ranch Eqp ......................................$59,500

2005 Cat D3G LGP, Stk# 6773, OROPS, 6-Way Blade, 70% U/C, 2178 Hrs..........................$37,500

2002 Komatsu PC150LC-6K, Stk# HR-40, EROPS, A/C, 4600 Hrs, 80% U/C, 42” Bucket w/Teeth ........ ....................................................................$38,500

1998 Komatsu PC200LC-6L, Stk# 6761, EROPS, 6,409 hrs., 60% U/C, 34" Bucket, No Aux. Hyd ...... ....................................................................$26,500


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Officials said the Multipurpose Haul Road would be closed to the public and built within the 890-sq.-mi. federal nuclear research area in eastern Idaho and connect three facilities separated by about 20 mi.

MODERN MACHINERY NOW METSO MINERALS DISTRIBUTOR

The company will do business as Spokane Machinery and operate out of Modern Machinery’s new Spokane branch.

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The building, which has served as a J.C. Penney store, Solts clothing store, and Creative Interiors, dates back to about 1905.

CAT AUCTIONS NAMES TRETTEL NEW CFO, GENERAL MANAGER

Trettel most recently served as president and CEO of Mohawk Moving and Storage in Minneapolis, where he helped grow the United Van Lines affiliate.

OREGON CONTRACTORS PUSH FOR BUILDER AND MAINTENANCE SAFETY

With green design features such as eco-roofs and daylighting becoming increasingly popular, there is a need for designers to be more educated about the safety challenges faced by contractors and maintenance crews.

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Despite Size, Super Crane Excels on Fragile Bridge Project CRANE from page 1 ment. Granite has been in the Utah market since 1995 after Midwest. acquiring Gibbons & Reed Company. Since then, Granite The Kobelco SL6000 is a 600-ton (544 t) crane with a has been providing quality construction services and aggreboom that can reach up to 550 ft. (168 m). Using a crane with gate materials throughout the Salt Lake Valley, northern these capabilities meant that the crane could be stationed on Utah, Idaho, Wyoming and Colorado. either side of the bridge and perform the deck replacement The deck called for 16,318 sq. ft. (1,516 sq m) of precast without compromising the structure. deck panels. Granite placed 252 cu. yds. (192.7 cu m) of conEagle Canyon Bridge carries I-70 over Eagle Canyon, crete for parapets and approach slabs. which is located between the cities of Salina and Green Gateway Company, also of Salt Lake City, was subconRiver in Emery County. The bridge is situated around mile- tracted for the arch painting which took place in the spring. post 119.5 of I-70. The eastbound lanes and westbound lanes The final step was the polymer overlay, completed at the end are carried on separate structures. According to the historic bridge listing on www.bridgehunter.com, the eastbound Eagle Canyon Bridge was built in 1965. The 491-ft. (149.7 m) bridge has a steel arch design, with its largest span stretching 375 ft. (114.3 m). The August 2007 bridge inspection listed the deck condition rating as “poor”, the substructure condition rating as “fair”, and the appraisal as “structurally deficient.” Construction began in September 2009, at which time traffic was diverted to the westbound bridge — a newer structure that has received periodic reinforcements. On October 22, the OlsenBeal crew began assembling the SL6000 which arrived in pieces filling 52 tractor trailers. After a week of assembly and close to a million pounds in counter weight, the crane was ready to remove the existing panels and place the new 66,000-lb. (29,937 kg) slabs onto the deck. The boom was set to 335 ft. (102.1 m) in order to do half of the bridge at a time. After the first half was complete, the crew of seven disassembled the machine, moved it to the other side of the bridge and started over. Olsen Beal of Lindon, Utah, purchased its Kobelco SL6000 in December 2008 from Kobelco Cranes North America in Houston, Texas. OlsenBeal had a need for the $6 million machine to perform the large amount of wind turbine construction that the company is contracted for. “In 2009, we used the crane on High Plains Wind – a project in Rock River, Wyoming, that consisted of constructing 85 General Electric 1.5 mw windmills,” said Mark Olsen, project manager of Olsen Beal. “Our current project with the Kobelco is 74 GE 1.5 mw windmills in Medicine Bow, Wyoming.” The Eagle Canyon Bridge deck was completed in midFebruary 2010. Granite Construction Company, Salt Lake Eagle Canyon Bridge sits 187 ft. (57 m) above the City division, performed the majority of the deck replace- canyon floor.

A 335-ft. (102 m) boom was needed to reach out to the center of the bridge for slab removal and replacement.

OlsenBeal uses the SL6000 to place 66,000-lb. (29,937 kg) slabs onto the bridge deck.

of May by Polycarb of Solon, Ohio. Straight Stripe Painting Inc. of Washington performed line painting, and American Traffic Services, based in St. George, handled traffic control. Because of the low average daily traffic in this area, travelers were not delayed by the minor speed limit reduction from 75 mph to 65 mph. Lyndon Friant, resident engineer for UDOT, reported that the project was completed by its target date. “The only delays we incurred were due to the sub-zero temperatures at night. We’d have to wait a few hours each morning for the material to heat up,” said Friant. “But using the SL6000 made the project very efficient and we finished on time.”

Prime Contractor Granite Construction aided in the removal of the existing deck slabs as OlsenBeal placed the new panels.


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Dept. of Energy Eyes New Road at Modern Machinery Now INL to Move Radioactive Material Metso Minerals Distributor IDAHO FALLS, Idaho (AP) The U.S. Department of Energy (DOE) wants to build a new road at the Idaho National Laboratory (INL) so it can move radioactive material from one building to another without having to close U.S. Highway 20. Officials said the Multipurpose Haul Road would be closed to the public and built within the 890-sq.mi. federal nuclear research area in eastern Idaho and connect three facilities separated by about 20 mi. Jeff Perry of the DOE told the Post Register that U.S. Highway 20, which cuts through the research area, has to be closed each time vehicles use it to move material. “All of these shipments are radioactive shipments,” said Perry. “Just from a public safety perspective, it makes sense to close the road.” The materials would be moved among the Advanced Test Reactor, Idaho Nuclear Technology and Engineering Center, and the Materials and Fuel Complex. Perry said the material includes low-level waste from an ongoing cleanup of the INL from work over the last five decades, to spent fuel from the Advanced Test Reactor that must be prepared for

storage before being shipped off the site. He said the proposed road would make moving that material easier. “It gives us a great deal of flexibility in our operation on how we are able to do our work,” he said. The shipments are usually made in the middle of the night for safety. But Perry said the shutdowns have to be scheduled and cost about $3,500 each. He said there were only 13 times the road had to be shut down last year. However, he said anywhere from 11,000 to 18,000 shipments will eventually be required over the next 40 years, based on estimates in a draft environmental assessment for the road. Perry said the new road will cost $9 million, far less than the tens of millions it will eventually cost for closing the highway for each shipment. There are several alternatives for the new road, the preferred alternative being about a mile north of U.S. Highway 20. Perry said if there are no problems, construction on the road could start this summer. The road isn’t “something that is absolutely required,” Perry said. “However, we believe avoiding the highway will increase safety and reduce inconvenience to the public.”

With the acquisition earlier this year of Spokane Machinery (SpoMac), Modern Machinery has become the Metso Minerals distributor for eastern Washington (east of the Cascade Mountains) and all of Idaho. SpoMac has been supplying crushing and screening equipment to the mining, quarry and contracting industries in eastern Washington and northern Idaho for more than 60 years. The company will do business as Spokane Machinery (a Modern Machinery company). “We’re very pleased to be able to add Spokane Machinery into the Modern Machinery family,” said Modern President Brian Sheridan. “We’re especially pleased that many of SpoMac’s longtime employees remain with us, including Jim Peplinski who serves as president of the SpoMac operations for Modern.” SpoMac customers will receive a high level of support from Modern Machinery.

“All of our service technicians in Spokane, as well as Boise, have been trained to service Metso crushing, screening and conveying products. We can make repairs and we’ll have a solid supply of replacement parts. Most of SpoMac’s customers also were Modern customers. We already worked with many of them, serving their mobile equipment such as Komatsu wheel loaders, excavators, dozers and trucks. Now, those customers have access to a broader range of products from one sales and service location. It will be much more of a one-stop-shopping experience for them, which I think they will appreciate.” said Kim Eickerman, Modern’s Spokane branch manager. Spokane Machinery is now operating out of Modern Machinery’s new Spokane branch at 4428 E. Trent Ave. For more information, call 800/332-1617 or visit www.modernmachinery.com.

JLG Launches G10-43ATelehandler for Commercial, Residential Applications

JLG Industries Inc. is adding a new model to the JLG line of telehandlers. The new JLG G10-43A model telehandler will be marketed for use in commercial and residential construction applications including steel erection and framing. The new model includes standard outriggers, a maximum capacity of 10,000 lb. (4,536 kg) and a capacity of 7,000 lb. (3,175 kg) at the maximum reach height of 43 ft. (13 m). “With the additional capacity and a full range of common JLG family attachments, the new G10-43A will provide superior performance in a wide variety of picking and placing applications,” said Brian Boeckman, JLG product parent

for telehandlers. “Operators will enjoy the same spacious, enhanced-visibility cab and comfortable operator environment available on existing G-Series telehandlers.” In addition to the spacious cab and common attachments, these models feature pilot operated joystick controls, a wrap around dashboard and easy-to-read gauges. With the launch of this new model the JLG branded lineup of telehandlers will include a total of nine construction and three compact telehandlers models. For more information, visit www.jlg.com.


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Crushing, Screening & Recycling Section Powerscreen’s Warrior 2400 Builds Upon 1400’s Success

The Powerscreen Warrior 2400 features a heavy duty incline screen with a high amplitude triple shaft drive mechanism.

The screen will accept a wide variety of media making it suitable for many applications.

Powerscreen has launched the new Powerscreen Warrior 2400 as part of its new product development program. “The Warrior 2400 builds on the global success of the Warrior 1400 and Warrior 1800, representing the next step in the evolution of heavy duty track mobile screeners. With the Warrior 2400, Powerscreen extends our range of heavy duty screeners, to meet the needs of larger end users and operators in the quarrying, mining and recycling sectors,” said Pat Brian, Powerscreen global director of sales. The Powerscreen Warrior 2400 is a multi-purpose unit, capable of handling large feed sizes while remaining convenient to move and transport, according to the manufacturer. It features a heavy duty incline screen with a high amplitude triple shaft drive mechanism, lending itself to screening, scalping, 2 or 3 way splitting and stockpiling materials like aggregates, topsoil, coal, construction, demolition waste and iron ore. The screen will accept a wide variety of media making it suitable for many applications. Set-up time and ease of operation are aided by hydraulic folding tail and side conveyors, 2-speed tracks, a slide-out tail conveyor facility to aid media access and load sensing collection conveyor circuit to avoid blockages. Its simple-to-use electrical control system allows operators to monitor and diagnose the machine onsite via an LCD display without specialist tools. The Warrior 2400 also will be offered with optional dual power. For more information, visit www.powerscreen.com.

Set-up time and ease of operation are aided by hydraulic folding tail and side conveyors, 2-speed tracks, a slide-out tail conveyor facility to aid media access and load sensing collection conveyor circuit to avoid blockages.


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Eriez P-REX Scrap Drum Improves Metal Recovery When drum magnets don’t operate at peak performance, large sphere-shaped meatballs and knuckles become impossible to capture. Fragments of electric motors and alternators and other items containing copper, aluminum and steel are missed, money is lost and fires may result. Eriez is hoping to put an end to all that with the introduction of the P-REX scrap drum. “The unbeatable separation capabilities P-REX offers will bring more profits to your scrap recycling operation,” said Tim Shuttleworth, Eriez president and CEO. ”P-REX enables better meatball recovery than ever before thought possible.” The P-REX offers improved edge-toedge separation, no “transfer point” drop in magnetic force and no decline in performance due to heat rise, according to the manufacturer. “Prior to the introduction of P-REX, processors have had to accept reduced revenue because of more limited metal recovery systems — but no longer,” said Shuttleworth.

the edge of the drum. That means wider and more efficient separation. Wider separation means greater profits through greater recovery, according to the manufacturer.

The Eriez P-REX scrap drum enables better meatball recovery.

Weak Zones With today’s electromagnetic drum magnets, a steel core is used to project the magnetic field. These cores generate a limited magnetic force at the drum edge because the electric coil that is wound around the core takes valuable space

across the width of the drum, resulting in weak zones at the edges. These weak zones can amount to 20 percent or more of the surface of the drum. Because the P-REX is a permanent magnet, it extends to

Transfer Point Drops Today’s design of electro-axial drums have a significant reduction in magnetic strength at the transfer point, or “flip” point, along the arc of the ferrous material’s travel, resulting in lost recovery. With the P-REX, the ferrous material is transferred and flipped from magnetic pole to magnetic pole to magnetic pole, resulting in a cleaner product and more recovery. Heat Rise Electro Drums consume power and heat up much like a light bulb does during use. The higher the heat, the greater is the loss in strength. “Check the gauss strength of your drum at the end of the shift and you will see that the electro drum has lost up to 30 percent of its strength,” Shuttleworth explained. “In the summer and in southern climates, this can be an even greater issue.” P-REX’s magnets are permanent and maintain their strength. They also use no electricity. For more information, call 888/300-3743 or visit www.eriez.com.

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Getting Bigger. Getting Better.

Introducing the new Powerscreen® Warrior 2400, specially designed for large scale operators in the quarrying and mining sectors. Featuring a heavy duty incline screen, the Warrior 2400 is capable of handling large feed sizes, lending it to screening, scalping, 2 or 3 way splitting and stockpiling a range of materials. The Warrior 2400 has an output potential of up to 771 US tons per hour while remaining simple to operate, maintain and transport. Powerscreen combines global resources, decades of experience and in-depth industry knowledge to deliver a complete range of crushers, screens and wash plants to match your needs. You can depend on your Powerscreen dealer for knowledgeable advice, skilled installation and responsive local support. Together, we help you become more productive and cost efficient. Powerscreen 11001 Electron Drive Louisville, Kentucky 40299 Tel: +1 502 736 5233 Email: gerald.mccarthy@powerscreen.com Web: www.powerscreen.com Powerscreen is a registered trademark of Terex GB Ltd in the United States of America and many other countries. © 2010 Terex Corporation.


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The Beever M6R brush chipper is equipped with 2-knife machined rotor, larger tires, 180 degree silo swivel discharge and direct drive with belt power transfer.

The Morbark Beever M6R brush chipper, previously the Clipper 6 is now equipped with 2-knife machined rotor, larger tires, 180 degree silo swivel discharge and direct drive with belt power transfer. The Beever M6R is the only 6 in. (15 cm) capacity rotary chipper on the market. Morbark collected feedback from its customers to address the common issues associated with disc style chippers in this size range. M6R owner Steve Powell of General Rentals Corp in Evansville, Ind., stated, “I was very pleased with the performance of the Beever M6R. This is going to be a very popular chipper for our rental yard.” The Beever M6R features reduced space between the rotor and feed wheel, minimizing the space for material to lodge or turn sideways, avoiding costly starter or belt tensioner repairs. The rotor design eliminates wrapping of material around the disc shaft, saving time preparing the machine for the next job. The 12 in. (30.5 cm) diameter, 2-knife machined rotor with removable drum shaft and .5 in. (1.3 cm) thick, dual-edged knives allows full knife coverage with even knife wear. Chipper knives

are held in place using (four) Grade-8, hexhead bolts, as an alternative to shoulder bolts with washers and lock nuts, reducing knife change time by 50 percent, according to the manufacturer. The Beever M6R is direct driven from a Kohler 27-hp (20 kW) gasoline engine with belt power transfer, replacing the Honda 24-hp (18 kW) gasoline engine and eliminating the direct coupler utilized on the previous design. The Kohler engine offers side load capabilities to utilize the belt power transfer and increases available horsepower by 12.5 percent. Ergonomic infeed design standards, 12 percent larger infeed perimeter opening, exclusive hydraulic drum braking system and larger tires provide a safer and more comfortable operating environment. “Improvements in these areas resulted in increased operator visibility, operator safety and loading height, improved on-road handling and machine stance,” remarked Jason Showers, Morbark commercial sales manager. For more information, visit www.morbark.com.


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The new 16,000-lb. (7,257 kg) rating includes taperleaf springs, a choice of single or dual steering gears, and up to 315 series tires.

Kenworth Introduces 16,000-Lb. Rated Front Axle for T370 Model Kenworth Truck Company expanded the versatility of its T370 medium duty product with the introduction of a 16,000-lb. (7,257 kg) rated front axle. The announcement was made during a Kenworth press conference at The Work Truck Show, which is sponsored by the National Truck Equipment Association (NTEA). “Our new axle rating for the Kenworth T370 broadens our commitment to support medium

duty vocational applications, such as fuel hauler, dump, mixer, utility, service truck and others, which require a heavier front axle to get the job done,” said Gary Moore, Kenworth assistant general manager of marketing and sales. The new 16,000-lb. rating includes taperleaf springs, a choice of single or dual steering gears, and up to 315 series tires. For more information, visit www.kenworth.com.

Navistar ‘Rodeo’ Helps Find Customer Solutions Six International brand truck dealer sales representatives went head-tohead in April to highlight their expertise and working knowledge of International brand commercial trucks, as well as OnCommand by Navistar, the company’s newly branded suite of customer service offerings. The winner of the first International Truck Customer Solutions Rodeo was Phil Johnston, sales representative, Selking International, Fort Wayne, Ind. “Just participating in this contest was a huge learning experience and winning the competition was icing on the cake,” Johnston said. “I’m looking forward to applying what I’ve learned to help deliver to our customers a comprehensive level of after-sales support.” As the 2010 Customer Solutions Rodeo winner, Johnston will receive $5,000. “While Phil was the winner of our first Customer Solutions competition, our customers are the real winners when they take advantage of the products and services that International can offer,” said Tom Abbott, manager, dealer education, Navistar. Developed by Navistar’s dealer education group, the Customer Solutions Rodeo enjoyed outstanding participation from the dealer channel. “More than 700 sales folks from across the United States and Canada completed the required Navistar education training courses to qualify,” Abbott added. “That kind of commitment sends a clear message that International dealers are recognizing the benefits of offering customers a level of service that goes beyond the truck.” In addition to completing several

online courses, contest applicants also were required to prepare a sales presentation. During the competition’s early rounds, Navistar’s management sales team judged competitors in walkaround presentations, scoring competitors not only on their explanation of product features, but also on their ability to relate the features to specific customer issues such as appearance, serviceability, driver acceptance and safety. In the second portion of the competition, the sales representatives demonstrated their knowledge of OnCommand by Navistar, which includes programs such as fleet charge (centralized parts pricing and billing), customer parts recovery (cash payment for a customer’s excess parts inventory), service partner (guaranteed labor times) and fleet education (customized web-based or in-person technician training). Phil Rulli, vice president, northeast region, Navistar; Phil Tindell, vice president, midwest region, Navistar; and Brian Mulshine, manager, service development and marketing, Navistar, judged the final round of competition. The competition finalists included: • Phil Johnston, Selking International — Champion • Lyndell Pannell, Southwest International Inc. • John White, Western Toronto International Trucks Inc. • Jim Ramsay, Liberty International Trucks • Jeff Roberts, Rush International Truck Center • Ken Barton, Lake City Trucks LLC. For more information, visit www.Navistar.com/newsroom.


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Wildcat 200 Welder Generator Sports Lighter, Smaller Design Designed for the maintenance and repair professional, farm and ranch operator, and fabrication specialists, the new Wildcat 200 from Miller Electric Mfg. Co. provides industrial quality welding performance, durability and generator power in a compact, lightweight and affordable package, according to the manufacturer. Featuring a fully enclosed case that protects the engine and internal welding components from damage by falling objects, dust and debris, the Wildcat 200 is capable of producing 6,500 watts of peak generator power and 200-amp DC Stick and TIG welding output. At 345 lbs. (156 kg), the Wildcat 200 is more than 150 lbs. (68 kg) lighter and 30 percent smaller than other models, providing owners with increased work truck storage space and fuel efficiency. The Wildcat 200 uses a 14-hp (10 kW) Subaru engine and offers a three-year engine warranty (in addition to Miller’s standard True Blue standard three-year warranty on the generator and welder). The 7 gal. (26.5 L) gas tank provides 12 hours of run time using a 1/8-in. (.3 cm) Stick electrode, allowing the unit to put in more than a full day’s work without needing to be refueled, according to the manufacturer. For more information, call 800/426-4533 or visit www.MillerWelds.com.

The Wildcat 200 provides plenty of room for additional tools and equipment even in a standard length pick-up truck bed.


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More of Historic Building Commerce Dept. Says June Revealed in Prescott, Ariz. Construction Up 0.1 Percent By Cindy Barks

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PRESCOTT, Ariz. (AP) Nearly half a century has gone by since the massive windows in the historic Burmister building have seen the light of day. The long concealment came to an end in early May, when construction workers removed the metal “ski slope” awning that had covered the facade of the building since about the late 1960s. And judging by the view that the windows offer and the reaction of those working on the renovation of the early 1900s building, the unveiling was a positive move. Calling the beige awning an “infamous” feature of the building, local architect Doug Stroh said, “It was one of the remaining — in my opinion — eyesores in the downtown.” Stroh is working on the design of the renovation for A.J. Patel and the Patel family. Along with sprucing up the exterior, workers are building eight separate shops in the 6,000sq.-ft. street-level portion of the building. Over the years, owners lowered the ceilings to about 10 ft., Stroh said. The new renovation will restore the ceilings to the original 20-ft. height, he said. Patel estimated that the shops will be open for business by about the first week in June. Already, he said, a number of small businesses have signed on to occupy the shops, including a women’s clothing boutique and several shops featuring paintings, Native American jewelry and accessories. The building, which has served as a J.C. Penney store, Solts clothing store, and Creative Interiors, dates back to about 1905, Stroh said. Originally, it was a part of the Bashford-Burmister building and served as a mercantile store for years in the early 20th century. Prescott Historic Preservation Specialist Cat Moody noted that the building began as a single-story structure in the Territorial style. “In 1929, the Bashford-Burmister Company remodeled this building, adding what appeared to be two additional stories [based on window lines] and an Art Decostyle facade to unify the building with its adjacent neighbor to the west [Bashford

Courts],” Moody wrote in a report about the building. Between the two, the Bashford and Burmister buildings once kept local residents supplied with virtually anything they needed. Local historian Melissa Ruffner noted in her book “Prescott: A Pictorial History” that the Bashford-Burmister Company was one of the largest mercantile stores in northern Arizona, carrying everything from mining supplies to cigars to fresh fruits and vegetables. The renovated building also will provide a meeting place for the community, Stroh said, with its plaza of shops, complete with space for kiosks in the center. “The interior will be very similar to Bashford,” Stroh said of the plans for the Prescott Plaza. “Eventually, we’ll move up to the second floor and do the same thing.” Currently, the top level is a large open

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ACTIVITY from page 1

slow even more in the second half of this year as still high unemployment restrains consumer spending and the impact of the government’s massive stimulus programs fade. The impact of the withdrawal of government support was evident in the housing sector in June. Spending on housing construction fell for a second consecutive month, dropping 0.8 percent after an even bigger 1.5 percent decline in May. The federal government’s popular homebuyers tax credit expired on April 30 and since that time housing construction and sales have both taken sharp declines. Spending on nonresidential building projects fell for a 15th consecutive month, dropping 0.5 percent in June. This sector has been hard hit by the economic downturn, which has triggered rising defaults on commercial real estate projects. That has prompted banks to tighten lending standards and made it harder for builders to get financing for new projects. The only strength in June came in the government sector. Overall public construction rising 1.5 percent, reflecting a 1.1 percent rise in spending by state and local governments on roads, sewer projects and public buildings and a 4.6 percent rise by the federal government. The increase in federal spending pushed activity at that level to an all-time high of

Both the increase in federal and state and local spending likely reflected a boost from the $787 billion economic stimulus bill, which Congress passed last year to battle a deep recession. While the measure was passed in February 2009, much of the money for construction projects is just now making it through the pipeline into actual projects. Total private construction on both residential and nonresidential was down 0.8 percent to a seasonally adjusted annual rate of $527.6 billion. The 1.5 percent rise in public construction pushed the total for government spending to an annual rate of $308.4 billion.

ARTBA Director: Stimulus Investments a Bright Spot ARTBA from page 1

area, bordered on the Gurley Street side by the large windows that offer unobstructed views of the Yavapai County Courthouse. “This has been virtually untouched since the 1930s,” Stroh said as he walked through the dusty, vacant upper level. Helping to seal the fate for the second story, Stroh said, was a move in the 1960s and 1970s to try to minimize county property taxes by permanently closing off some of the business area of the building. While the Patel family is doing the renovation, Annette Williams owns the building, Stroh said. A.J. Patel said he sees the Prescott Plaza project as a way for new entrepreneurs to start their business “in a nice location with a minimum budget.”

$31.7 billion. Both the increase in federal and state and local spending likely reflected a boost from the $787 billion economic stimulus bill which Congress passed last year to battle a deep recession.

“This is $23 billion that is generating jobs in direct construction and the supply sectors and all of it is boosting the economy,” Gannon said. He cautioned that while the recovery act was currently supporting transportation work and jobs in 2010, its impacts will phase down quickly when those funds are no longer available in 2011. “Frankly, the uncertain outlook about the reauthorization of the federal highway and public transportation programs is making a challenging situation worse,” Gannon said. ”It also is the uncertainty and trepidation caused by how the delay is being handled — with short-term extensions and deficit spending.” Gannon told the committee that for 50

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Cat Auctions Names Trettel New CFO, General Manager Cat Auction Services has added Gary Trettel as the company’s new chief financial officer and general manager. In his dual role, Trettel will oversee day-today accounting and financial reporting and provide strategic and operational direction. “Joining Cat Auction Services gave me the opportunity to help build something exciting from its earliest stages. My goal at Cat Auction Services is to help us get better, step by step, every day,” Trettel said. “I believe in company president Rick Albin and the business model in place and am excited to help continue the great momentum the company has achieved already. We recognize our unique position in the equipment auction arena and have the right people in place to deliver what we feel is the new standard in heavy equipment auctions.” Trettel continued, “The com-

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PORTLAND, Ore. (AP) Architects and designers carefully consider the safety of future tenants when they design a building. But contractors would like to see designers also consider the safety of builders and future building maintenance workers. “Most architecture and engineering firms are very good at using accepted industry standards for safety in design,” said Brett Phillips, environmental, health and safety director of Skanska. “Where design misses safety is maintainability and constructability.” If architects met with contractors or construction safety experts before submitting a final design to an owner, safety features could be included. But according to THA Architecture principal Charles Dorn, architects aren’t trained to design safety equipment. And bringing in an outside safety consultant costs extra money most building owners aren’t willing to pay, he added. “We can deal with minimal OSHA requirements for fall safety such as anchor points,” Dorn said. “But there’s a liability for us if we go beyond that. An owner like a university who will be maintaining a building for the next 100 years would be more likely to pay extra for that compared to a condo developer who plans to sell the project in a

year.” Architects and designers are doing their part. For example, when an owner approves a design, THA likes to hire a building system maintenance designer to look for potential safety issues before a project is built. And Hennebery Eddy architect Dan Petrescu said his firm works with contractors early in the process to be sure safety standards are enforced in the design. But according to Oregon State University professor John Gambatese, more can be done early on to improve safety during a project. Oftentimes, Gambatese said, contractors bring in safety equipment — such as guardrails for roof work — after the project has begun. That adds cost to the project. If guardrails could be designed as a permanent feature on roofs, however, Gambatese said it could reduce a project’s cost, and also make the roof safer for future building maintenance workers. “If you have prefab guardrails put on a staircase before lifting it onto a building with a crane, you avoid welding at a high elevation,” Gambatese said. “With competitive bidding, it’s hard to get the contractor involved early on in the design. But having an architect with knowledge about these hazards up front would help.” Oregon’s Occupational Safety and Health Administration said it has made efforts to

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RENTAL RETURN AUCTION FORKLIFTS, AERIALS, CONSTRUCTION, SUPPORT, TRUCKS & TRAILERS NEFF Rentals RSC WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 25 @ 10:00 AM HOUSTON (CROSBY),TEXAS (Sunbelt Rentals Facility) DIRECTIONS: From William P Hobby Airport: I-45 S for .8 miles, exit 32 onto Sam Houston Tollway E for 17.7 miles (tolls), take ramp to Miller Rd./ Frontage Rd. .4 miles. Merge onto US-90 Frontage E/ Crosby Freeway .9 miles and take ramp onto US-90E for 6 miles. Take Farm to Market Rd. 1942 exit toward Farm to Market Rd 2100/ Crosby for .3 miles, left at US-90 BUS S/ Crosby Lynchburg Rd./ Farm to Market 1942 W for 1.3 miles and follow Crosby Lynchburg Rd., turn left at Ulrich Lane. Site will be on the right. Address: 14923 FM 2100 Rd., Crosby, TX 77532. HILITES INCLUDE: 14 CRAWLER TRACTORS: 2006 Cat D8T, 2006 Cat D8T, Cat D8L, Cat D6D (winch), Cat D5HLGP, 2005 Cat D3GXL, JD 750C, 2000 JD 750CLGP, JD 750CLGP, (2) 2008 JD 650JLGP, 2005 JD 450J, (2) 2008 Komatsu 51PX-22, 6 ARTICULATED HAUL TRUCKS: 2001 Cat D400E-II, (3) Cat D400E, (2) Cat D250E-II, 4 HYDRAULIC EXCAVATORS: Unused Volvo EC240BLC, Cat 322BL, Cat 320CLC, Samsung SE240LC-3, 5 MOTOR GRADERS: 2007 Volvo G976 AWD, Cat 140H, Cat 140G, Cat 12G, Dresser 450E, 4 RUBBER TIRED LOADERS: (2) 2008 Cat 928H, 2005 Komatsu WA450, 2005 Hyundai HL740-3, 3 TRACTOR LOADER BACKHOES: (2) 2010 Komatsu WB146-5, Cat 416C, 5 VIBRATORY ROLLERS: 2005 IR SD100D, 2005 IR SD77DXTF, 2005 IR SD45, 2005 Case SV208PD, Case 1102D, RUBBER TRACKED SKID STEERS: 2007 ASV RC100, 2 SKID STEERS: 2008 JD 322, 2007 ASV Positrack 100 (Milling Head), 3 TELESCOPIC FORKLIFTS: Gradall 534D9-45, 2001 Skytrak 10054, 2002 Skytrak 10042, 2 BOOM LIFTS: JLG 80HX, Genie S80, 4 LOADER LANDSCAPE TRACTORS: (2) 2006-(2) 2005 JD 210LE (4x4), LANDSCAPE EQUIPMENT: Yard Machine Mower, 2 DUMP TRUCKS: (2) 2005 Mack CV713 Granite (tri.), STAKE TRUCKS: 2007 Freightliner M2 Business Class (s/a), 4 DETACHABLE GOOSENECK TRAILER: (2) 2010 Witzco 50T, 2010 Witzco 35T, 2006 Etnyre PRTN55TDS (quad.), 12 GOLF CARTS: (12) 2006 EZ GO, ATTACHMENTS: Skid Steers: New Hay Spears, Grapples, Booms, Thumbs, Hay Spears, Buckets, Fork Frames, Pallet Forks, Snow & Mulch buckets, Stump Buckets, Backhoe, Tree Boom., Tree Shear, Large Variety of Buckets, Forks, Harley Rakes, Forks, Excalibur Thumb, Excavators: New 5600 Thumb, New 4800 Thumb, New 3500 Thumb, SUPPORT EQUIPMENT: (6) Trench Shovel, Stump Grinders, Tampers, Edgers, Post Hole Auger, Chain Saw, Combination Hammers, Welders, Qty. Generators, Shop Vacs, Stump Grinders, Drum Sanders, Threaders, Transits, Floor, Tile & Brick Saws, Core Drills, Paint Sprayers, Abrasive Blaster, Floor Strippers, Post Hole Augers, Tillers, Chairs, Grinder, Ridgid Pipe, Wash Rack, Spectra Transit Level, Paint Sprayers, Rear Tine Tiller, Golf Carts, (12) 2007 Club Cars, Plate Compactors, Concrete Cutters, Welding Machine, Pressure Washers: 2010 Easy Kleen Magnum 4000. TEXAS AUCTION LICENSE: AUCTIONEER #16356 Michael W. Powers SALE SITE PHONE: (863) 660-6313

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ALEX LYON & SON AUCTIONEERS www.lyonauction.com Phone: 315-633-2944 • Orlando, FL Thurs., August 19, 2010 For: Late Model Rental Returns of Forklifts, Aerial Lifts, Construction, Support Equipment, Trucks & Trailers • Lexington, KY Fri., August 20, 2010 For: Complete Liquidation of Equipment Hauling Company • Columbus, OH Sat., August 21, 2010 For: Secured Party Sale, Truck Tractors, Van Trailers, Asst. of Construction Equipment • Houston, TX Wed., August 25, 2010 For: Rental Return Auction of Forklifts, Aerial, Construction, Support, Trucks & Trailers • Richmond, VA Thurs., August 26, 2010 For: Construction, Support Equipment, Attachments, Trucks Tractors, Dump Trucks, Trailers • Atlanta, GA Fri., August 27, 2010 For: Major Job Completion Auction of Late Model Construction, Support Equipment, Trucks & Trailers • Tuckahoe, NY Sat., August 28, 2010 For: Complete Liquidation of Earthmoving Equipment, Support, Trailers & Trucks • Keene, NH Sat., September 10, 2010 For: Construction, Ag, Support Equipment, Parts, Tools, Attachments • Fort Wayne, IN Wed.-Thurs, September 15-16, 2010 For: Construction, Aerial Lift, Forklift, Support Equipment, Trailers, Truck Tractors, Pickups • Syracuse, NY Wed., September 22, 2010 For: Complete Liquidation of Undercarriage Repair Shop • Atlantic City, NJ Sat. - Sun., September 25-26, 2010 For: Very Large Construction, Forklift, Aerial Truck & Trailer Rental Returns, New Building Supplies • Saginaw, MI Fri., October 8, 2010 For: Large Construction, Agricultural, Support, Aerial Lifts, Trucks & Trailers • Westminster, VT Sun., October 10, 2010 For: Probably The Finest Toy Train Collection East of the Mississippi • Orlando, FL Tues., October, 12, 2010 For: Construction and Support Equipment, Aerial Lifts, Forklifts, Trucks & Trailers • Bangor, ME Fri., October 15, 2010 For: Aerial Lifts, Construction, Logging Equipment, Trucks, Trailers, Support

• Buffalo, NY Sat., October 23, 2010 For: Late Model Construction, Support Equipment, Trucks & Trailers • Syracuse, NY Sat., October 30, 2010 For: Late Model Cat, John Deere Earthmoving Equipment, Aerials, Forklifts, Trucks & Trailers • Middletown (Florida), NY DATE TBA For: Rental Fleet Construction Equipment, Support, Aerial Lifts, Trucks & Trailers • Detroit, MI DATE TBA For: Complete Liquidation of Construction and Support Equipment • Chicago, IL DATE TBA For: Construction, Support Equipment, Aerial Lifts, Pickups, Trucks, Trailers • Louisville, KY DATE TBA For: Truck Tractors, Equipment Trailers, Support, Construction Equipment & Light Vehicles RITCHIE BROS. AUCTIONEERS www.rbauction.com Phone: 402-421-2631 • Salt Lake City, UT August 17, 2010

Coming Auctions • Geelong, Australia September 16, 2010 • Chilliwack, BC, CAN September 16, 2010 • Ocana, Spain September 16-17, 2010 • Panama City, Panama September 17, 2010 • Toronto, ONT, CAN September 21-22, 2010 • Hyderabad, India September 21, 2010 • Olympia, WA September 21, 2010 • Atlanta, GA September 22, 2010 • Chicago, IL September 23-24, 2010 • Moerdijk, The Netherlands September 22-24, 2010 • Chicago, IL September 23-24, 2010 • El Paso, TX September 24, 2010 • Fairbanks, AK September 25, 2010 • Dubai, United Arab Emirates September 27-29, 2010

• Orlando, FL August 18, 2010

• Montreal, QC, CAN September 27-28, 2010

• Northeast, MD August 24, 2010

• Minneapolis, MN September 28, 2010

• Detroit, MI August 25, 2010

• Statesville, NC September 28, 2010

• Houston, TX August 26-27, 2010

• Sacramento, CA September 28-29, 2010

• Boise, ID August 27, 2010

• Fort Worth, TX September 29-30, 2010

• Denver, CO August 31, 2010

• Grand Prairie, AB, CAN Sept. 30 - Oct. 1, 2010

• Phoenix, AZ September 2, 2010

• Caorso, Italy October 1, 2010

• Edmonton, AB, CAN September 8-9, 2010

• St. Louis, MO October 6, 2010

• Polotitlan, Mexico September 8, 2010

• Whitehorse, YT, CAN October 7, 2010

• Albuquerque, NM September 10, 2010

• St. Aubin Sur Gaillon, France October 8, 2010

• Indianpolis, IN September 10, 2010

• Orlando, FL October 27-28, 2010

• Brisbane, Australia September 14, 2010

• Moncofa, Spain October 28-29, 2010

• Truro, NS, CAN September 14, 2010

• Narita, Japan November 2, 2010

• Tipton, CA September 14, 2010

• Lethbridge, AB, CAN November 2, 2010

• London, ONT, CAN September 15, 2010

• Regina, SK, CAN November 3, 2010

• Kansas City, MO September 15, 2010

• Avignon, France November 10, 2010

• Ocean Springs, MS September 15, 2010

• Ocana, Spain November 18-19, 2010

• Los Angeles, CA September 16, 2010

• Detroit, MI November 10, 2010

• Columbus, OH September 16, 2010

• Istanbul, Turkey December 11, 2010

BAR NONE AUCTION www.barnoneauction.com Phone: 866-372-1700 • San Bernardino, CA Thurs.-Sat., August 26-28, 2010 For: Commercial Truck and Heavy Equipment Auction • Sacramento, CA Sat., September 11, 2010 For: Commercial Truck and Heavy Equipment Auction • San Bernardino, CA Fri., September 24, 2010 For: Commercial Truck and Heavy Equipment Auction • Sacramento, CA Sat., October 9, 2010 For: Commercial Truck and Heavy Equipment Auction • San Bernardino, CA Fri., October 22, 2010 For: Commercial Truck and Heavy Equipment Auction • Sacramento, CA Thurs.-Sat. November 11-13, 2010 For: Commercial Truck and Heavy Equipment Auction • San Bernardino, CA Fri., November 19, 2010 For: Commercial Truck and Heavy Equipment Auction • Sacramento, CA Sat., December 11, 2010 For: Commercial Truck and Heavy Equipment Auction • San Bernardino, CA Fri., December 17, 2010 For: Commercial Truck and Heavy Equipment Auction DEL PETERSON & ASSOCIATES www.delpeterson.com Phone: 800-492-9090 • Cleveland, MO Thurs., September 2, 2010 For: Absolute Construction Equipment Dispersal Auction GLOBAL FORCE AUCTION GROUP www.gforceauction.com Phone: 877-631-0650 • West Friendship, MD Sat., August 28, 2010 For: Maryland Contractor and Truck Auction HUNYADY AUCTION COMPANY www.hunyady.com Phone: 800-233-6898 • Telford, PA Thurs., September 23, 2010 For: Late Model – Off Lease Equipment INSIGHT AUCTIONEERS www.insightauction.com Phone: 863-386-1225 • Sebring, FL Saturday, September 18, 2010 IRAY AUCTIONS www.iraymn.com Phone: 320-968-7230 • Foley, MN Fri., September 17, 2010 • Portage, WI Fri., October 15, 2010 • Foley, MN Fri., December 3, 2010

IRON PLANET AUCTIONS www.ironplanet.com Phone: 888-433-5426 ONLINE AUCTIONS Go to www.ironplanet.com to view the complete auction schedules, inspection reports and to place your bid! • Thurs., August 19, 2010 For: Construction Equipment • Thurs., August 26, 2010 For: Construction Equipment KISSIMMEE AUCTION CO. www.kissimmeeauction.com Phone: 800-782-4506 • Spartanburg, SC Thurs., August 19, 2010 For: 14th Annual Summer Auction MANHEIM HEAVY TRUCK AND EQUIPMENT AUCTIONS www.manheimheavytruckauctions.com Phone: 877-704-4636 • Lakeland, FL Fri., August 27, 2010 For: Construction Equipment MARTIN & MARTIN AUCTIONEERS, INC. www.mmaauction.com Phone: 800-763-2728 • York, SC Wed., August 18, 2010 For: Construction Equipment, Trucks and Trailers NITKE AUCTIONS www.nitkeauctions.com Phone: 715-362-6162 • Wausau, WI Fri.-Sat, October 22-23, 2010 For: 2-Day Construction Equipment, Truck & Trailer Auction PETROWSKY AUCTIONEERS INC. www.petrowskyauctioneers.com Phone: 860-642-4200 • North Franklin, CT Fri.-Sat, September 24-25, 2010 For: Tilton CT and Castle Equipment & Supply Co., Inc plus Area Contractors and Equipment Dealers RITCHASON AUCTIONEERS INC. www.ritchason.com Phone: 800-806-3395 • Lebanon, TN Sat., September 18, 2010 • Lebanon, TN Sat., December 11, 2010 ROGERS REALTY & AUCTION COMPANY www.rogersauctiongroup.com Phone: 800-442-7906 • Shalotte, NC Wed., August 25, 2010 For: Dump Trucks, Excavators, (2) Hydro-AX 621s, Pickups

RYAN AUCTION SALES www.ryanauctionsales.com Phone: 603-491-6159 • Tues., August 31, 2010 @10:00 am Virtual Equipment & Truck Auction • Tues., Sept. 28, 2010 @10:00 am Virtual Equipment & Truck Auction • Thurs., October 21, 2010 @ 9:00 am 1st Annual Fall Contractors Auction • Tues., October 26, 2010 @ 9:00 am Virtual Equipment & Truck Auction • Tues., Nov. 30, 2010 @10:00 am Virtual Equipment & Truck Auction • Thurs., Dec. 16, 2010 @10:00 am Virtual Equipment & Truck Auction STOCK AUCTION COMPANY www.stockra.com Phone: 800-937-3558 • Wed., August 25, 2010 BIG IRON Timed Internet Auction ONLY • Omaha, NE Sat., August 28, 2010 For: Fleet Vehicle and Heavy Equipment Auction TAMPA MACHINERY AUCTION, INC. www.tmauction.com Phone: 813-986-2485 • Tampa, FL Sat., August 14, 2010 • Tampa, FL Sat., September 11, 2010 • Tampa, FL Sat., October 9, 2010 • Tampa, FL Sat., November 13, 2010 • Tampa, FL Sat., December 11, 2010 UTILITY AUCTIONS www.utilityauctions.net Phone: 302-530-9103 • Wilmington, DE Fri., August 27, 2010 For: Public Auction Construction and Utility Equipment YODER & FREY AUCTIONEERS, INC. www.yoderandfrey.com Phone: 419-865-3990 • Lancaster, NH Thurs., August 26, 2010


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Online Auction Thursday, August 26

122 Aerial Work Platforms

62 Backhoes

132 Compactors

90 Farm Equipment

202 Forklifts

135 Loaders

119 Skid-Steers

38 Telehandlers

403 Trucks – On-Road

Visit our website to see the complete list of equipment, review the guaranteed inspection reports, and place your bids.

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Summer Heat Doesn’t Stop Bidders at Vaughan Auction Group Texas Sale

T

he Vaughan Auction Group held a sales event July 29 in Wills Point, Texas. The sale featured loaders, backhoes, motorgraders, dozers from a variety of companies including Vermeer, Komatsu, Fiat, Case and Cat. Henry Pierce of Henry Pierce Dump Truck Service, Marshall, Texas, is getting ready to crank up this Bobcat 773 to see if it will meet his needs.

Terry Jackson of MAC Construction Sales in Princeton, Texas, has been giving this Vermeer V-5800 a thorough examination before the bidding starts. C.E. Vaughan is very involved with orchestrating the auction bidding.

Kevin Albert of Lake Creek Farms, Lake Creek, Texas, has definite interest in this Cat D6H dozer.

Tony McLemore (L) and Jerrell Weatherford of J & T Construction in Athens, Texas, are very impressed by the great condition of this Fiat Allis 65-B motorgrader.

E. W. Henderson of Henderson Farms, Pertis Creek, Texas, is teaching his grandson, Dakota, some of the finer points of checking out used equipment with this Case 580L loader/backhoe.

Will Kirkland of Kirkland Farms, outside of Abilene, Texas, plans to bid on this Komatsu D31P.

Danny Smallwood of DRS Construction in Powderly, Texas, is introducing his grandsons, Elijah (L) and Ashton, to the world of heavy construction equipment at a very young age.

Raymond Ballew of the Ballew Company in Denison, Texas, is going to bid on this John Deere 450 LT since he knows it is in better condition than it looks.

Richard Crossland of Red River Equipment Co. Inc., Wichita Falls, Texas, interrupts his inspection of this Cat D6H for a photo op.


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Absolute Construction Equipment Complete Dispersal Auction Thursday, September 2nd, 2010 - 10:00 AM CDT L.B. Enterprises, Inc. • Cleveland, Missouri

Online bidding is now available at www.delpeterson.com Go to the website for photos and descriptions!

Sale Site: The auction will be held at the L.B. Enterprises shop. 1 mile east and 1/2 mile north of the 231st Street and Route D intersection, Cleveland, Missouri. Watch for signs!! Scrapers: ‘89 Caterpillar 631E, ‘89 Caterpillar 631E, ‘89 Caterpillar 631E, ‘89 Caterpillar 615C, ‘77 Caterpillar 637D, ‘78 Caterpillar 631D, ‘78 Caterpillar 631D, ‘76 Caterpillar 631D. Dozers: ‘78 Caterpillar D9H, ‘68 Caterpillar D9G, ‘94 Caterpillar D8N, ‘74 Caterpillar D8H, ‘72 Caterpillar D8H, ‘71 Caterpillar D8H, ‘69 Caterpillar D8H, ‘74 Caterpillar D8H, ‘71 Caterpillar D6C, ‘97 John Deere 750C, ‘85 Komatsu D31A-17. Loaders: ‘97 Caterpillar 973 crawler loader, ‘89 Caterpillar 973 crawler loader, ‘71 Caterpillar 977K crawler loader, ‘97 Case 1840 skid loader, John Deere 544-A wheel loader. Motor Graders: ‘02 Caterpillar 140H VHP, ‘81 Caterpillar 140G, ‘78 Caterpillar 140G, ‘74 Caterpillar 12G. Compaction Equipment: ‘88 Caterpillar 815B, ‘02 Caterpillar CP433C vibratory roller, ‘86 Bomag BW172D vibratory roller, Double 48” sheeps foot roller, Double 48” sheeps foot roller, 72” sheeps foot roller, 60” sheeps foot roller. Excavator: ‘01 John Deere 330LC. Off Road Trucks: ‘93 Caterpillar D350D, ‘93 Caterpillar D350D, ‘93 Caterpillar D350D. Trucks: ‘99 Volvo, ‘92 Ford F800, ‘86 Ford F700, ‘83 Kenworth day cab, ‘82 Mack R Series, ‘88 GMC 60, Chevrolet C60, Ford 700, Ford 600, Chevrolet 30 dually, ‘98 Chevrolet 1500, ‘82 Mack R286ST, ‘81 Mack R286ST. Trucks for parts: (2) Mack R686ST, Dodge 400 fuel truck, Ford F600, GMC 6, GMC 9500, International Transtar 4200, Mack Super Liner, International R190 , Old GMC , Ford 800 water truck. Trailers: ‘88 Traileze 40 ton triple axle low boy, ‘72 Arco 8,500 gallon fuel trailer, ‘70 Trailmobile 8,750 gallon fuel trailer, 5500 gallon fuel trailer, Fruehauf 40’ van trailer, 28’ office trailer, 14’ office trailer, 16’ tandem axle trailer, 12’ tandem axle trailer with ramps, 10’ single axle trailer, (2) Single axle dolly, (5) Van trailer for storage, (5) Belly dump trailers. Light Plants & Air Compressors: Magnum Nightbuster 4000, (2) Coleman light plant on cart, Davey 190 air compressor, Le Roi air compressor on cart. Numerous Scraper, dozer and motor grader parts, Many more related items. Go to www.delpeterson.com for information and photos! For more information, contact Del Peterson & Assoc, 419 West Judy Drive Fremont NE, 68025, 800-492-9090 or 402-721-4388, Fax: 402-721-4583, E-mail: auction@delpeterson.com, Web Site: www.delpeterson.com


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ADVERTISER INDEX ALEX LYON & SONS INC

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

HOUSTON TX ...................................................37

HYDRAULICIRCUIT TECHNOLOGY ........................6

ALLU GROUP...........................................................11

INDECO NORTH AMERICA ......................................9

BARGAINS ...............................................................35

IROCK CRUSHERS.................................................16

BOBCAT COMPANY ................................................33

IRON PLANET

CEG SCALE MODELS ............................................14

ONLINE AUCTION ............................................39

CLASSIFIEDS .....................................................34,35

KOMATSU AMERICA CORP ...................................31

CONSTRUCTION EQUIPMENT GUIDE

LBX ......................................................................22,23

WANTED ...........................................................36

MIDCO DEMOLITION TOOL CO .........................8,20

OFF-ROAD TRUCKS........................................12

NATIONAL ATTACHMENTS ....................................10

DAKOTA AG INNOVATIONS ...................................37

NORCO ATTACHMENTS.........................................11

DEL PETERSON AUCTIONEERS ..........................41

NPK CONSTRUCTION EQUIPMENT INC..............26

DOOSAN INFRACORE AMERICA CORP ..............27

PRO-TECH MANUFACTURING..............................13

DOOSAN PORTABLE POWER..............................,29

REMU SCREENING TECHNOLOGY......................21

DURATECH ..............................................................21

RITCHIE BROS AUCTIONEERS

DYNAPAC.................................................................32

BOISE ID / AUCTION UPDATE........................43

F5 EQUIPMENT INC..................................................5

ROAD BUILDERS MACHINERY ............................6,7

FAE USA INC ...........................................................13

ROAD MACHINERY CO..........................................44

FELLING TRAILERS................................................25

SCHAEFER ENTERPRISES ...................................32

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

SENNEBOGEN ........................................................17

GEITH INC................................................................18

TEREX LOADER BACKHOES ................................33

HAWTHORNE CAT ....................................................2

TEREX POWERSCREEN........................................19

The Advertisers Index is printed as a free editorial service to our advertisers and readership. Construction Equipment Guide is not responsible for errors or omissions.


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UNRESERVED PUBLIC AUCTION

Boise

Auction Update

Idaho

23 2006 CAT 143H VHP AWD

2006 CAT 950H

2003 CAT D6N XL

2004 CAT 320CLU

2006 CAT CS533E

Friday, August 27, 2010 8:00 am Auction Site: 4801 Market St., Boise, ID 83716 Fax: 360.956.1508

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Value Priced • Quality Equipment

Call Gary or Wendy Today

866-400-5250

For more details on our used equipment visit www.roadmachinery.com/equipment Miscellaneous

Year STK#

KOMATSU D65E-12

2001 EMD125 3242

Excavators Crawlers Year STK#

2005 KOMATSU PC200LC-7, Stk# EMD60, 1279 Hrs, Cab with A/C....................................................................................$103,158

2005 KOMATSU WA500-3, Stk# EMD127, 6191 Hrs, ROPS Cab, A/C, GP Bucket w/BOCE....................................................................$150,000

1998 KOMATSU WA380-3L, Stk# EMD118, 12,294 Hrs, Cab, GP Bucket ................................................................................$60,000

Hours

Hours

Price $70,000

Price

KOMATSU PC200-8

2006 EMD58 1456

$89,000

KOMATSU PC200LC-7

2005 EMD57 1651

$89,000

KOMATSU PC200LC-7

2005 EMD62 1832 $121,053

KOMATSU PC200LC-7

2005 EMD61 1507 $100,000

KOMATSU PC200LC-7

2005 EMD60 1279 $103,158

KOMATSU PC200-7

2004 EMD59 1388

$75,000

KOMATSU PC200-7

2004 EMD39 2239

$89,000

KOMATSU PC228US-3 2003 EMD40 3127

$68,421

KOMATSU PC300LC-7

2006 EMD65 823

KOMATSU PC300LC-7

2005 EMD55 2408 $125,000

KOMATSU PC300LC-7

2005 EMD56 2901 $145,000

KOMATSU PC400LC-7

2005 EMD16 3255 $185,000

KOMATSU PC400LC-7

2005 EMD54 3572 $215,000

KOMATSU PC450LC-7

2005 EMD5

3756 $155,000

KOMATSU PC750LC-7

2005 EMD1

2939 $330,000

Wheel Loaders

Year STK#

Hours

KOMATSU WA380-5

2003 EMD41 5624

KOMATSU WA380-3L

1998 EMD118 12294 $60,000

KOMATSU WA380-3

1998 EMD4

7250

$175,000

2003 KOMATSU WA380-5, Stk# EMD41, 5525 hours, ROPS Cab with A/C, GP Bucket ..........................................................$75,000

2001 KOMATSU D65-12, Stk# EMD125, 3242 hours, Cab with A/C, SU Blade and Ripper ..................................................$70,000

2005 KOMATSU PC400LC-7, Stk# EMD16, 3255 hours, Cab w/AC ........................................................................................$185,000

Price $75,000

$60,000

KOMATSU WA500-3LK 2005 EMD124 7131 $150,000 2006 KOMATSU PC300-7, Stk# EMD65, 662 hours, Cab with A/C, 10'5" Stick, 30" Track........................................................$175,000 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%

KOMATSU WA500-3LK 2005 EMD127 6191 $150,000

Arizona

Contact

Gary Beal Used Equipment Manager 866-400-5250 gbeal@roadmachinery.com

www.roadmachinery.com/equipment

Corporate Headquarters

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Used Equipment Inquiries

Komatsu Distributor

1998 KOMATSU WA380-3, Stk# EMD4, 7250 hours, ROPS, Cab w/ A/C, GP BUCKET w/ BO Teeth........................................$60,000

Contact

Wendy Schwertley Sales Administrator 602-256-5189 wschwertley@ roadmachinery.com

For all other inquiries contact your local branch

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New Mexico Albuquerque 505-345-8383 Farmington 505-324-8601

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California

Northern California Sacramento 916-375-3540 Redding 530-229-3822

Southern California Los Angeles, Orange, Riverside, San Bernardino and Ventura Counties 909-355-3600 Bakersfield 661-695-4830 Perris 909-355-3600

Texas

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Mexico

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