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August 28 2010 Vol. VI • No. 18

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FAE, Tractor City Host Product Demo...8

John Wayne Airport Gets Upgrade By Erik Pisor

CEG CORRESPONDENT

F5, Bomag Join Forces in Chandler, Ariz. ...30

Holt Cat Names Countryman Manager...30

Table of Contents ..........4 California Section ....13-19 Parts Section ................20 Paving Section ........21-27 Off-Road Truck Section .... ................................39-44 Auction Section ......49-55 Advertisers Index ........54

The construction of a new 282,000 sq. ft. (26,199 sq m) Terminal C at John Wayne Airport in Orange County, Calif. reached a significant project milestone on Aug. 2, as McCarthy Building Companies topped out structural steel on the new facility. The event marked the end of a four-month span where construction workers used a 350ton (318 t) crawler crane to install 2,400 pieces of structural steel. Initial construction began in August 2009 when an existing parking structure was deconstructed by Nurpecon LP to make way for the new terminal. “It was a deconstruction process. They [the contractor] couldn’t demolish it like a typical

A John Deere hydraulic excavator works to deconstruct Parking Structure B1, which was removed to make way for the airport’s new Terminal C.

project. It had to be taken apart piece by piece,” said Jenny Wedge, public information officer of John Wayne Airport. The existing east concrete masonry wall for Terminal B also was demolished as part of new Terminal C construction, as the new terminal will directly connect to Terminal B.

A Mini-Max remote control breaker was used to demolish the 20 ft. (6.1 m) high by 8 to 12 in. (20.3 to 30.4 cm) thick wall. The breaker was transported from Iowa and is a smaller version of a backhoe — with a custom made 6 ft. (1.8 m) long chisel that’s controlled by see AIRPORT page 12

Caterpillar to Build Excavator Construction Job Manufacturing Plant in Texas Gains Become More Widespread PEORIA, Ill. (AP) Caterpillar Inc. said Aug. 12 it will build a hydraulic excavator manufacturing facility in Victoria, Texas, that will employ more than 500 workers. The facility will triple Caterpillar's hydraulic excavator production capacity in the United States, and double the number of Caterpillar’s U.S. employees making excavators. Construction on the 600,000-sq.-ft. structure will begin in September, with production expected to start in mid-2012. “Based on our comprehensive review of possible locations, Victoria’s proximity to our supply base, access to ports and other

transportation, as well as the positive business climate in Texas made this the ideal site for this project,” said Gary Stampanato, Caterpillar vice president with responsibility for excavators. Caterpillar received a $1.18 million grant from the Texas Enterprise Fund (TEF) as part of its commitment to build in the state, Gov. Rick Perry said. Since its creation in 2003, the TEF has invested more than $397 million in securing job-creating projects in the state. Currently in the United States, Caterpillar see CATERPILLAR page 34

Construction job gains were more widespread across the country and job losses were generally less severe in July than in June, the Associated General Contractors of America reported in an analysis of state employment data released by the Labor Department. Twenty-six states added construction jobs in July, compared to 19 in June, while six states added construction jobs over the past year and most others are losing far fewer jobs than previously, association officials noted. see JOBS page 34


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2001 Cat 322BL, Cab, A/C, 42” GP Bkt w/Hyd. Thumb, Recent Rails & Sprockets, Approx. 7820 Hrs ..$69,500

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2006 Case CS27B, Stk# 6694, OROPS, 1,903 hrs., 80% U/C, Blade, Aux. Hyd ..........................$13,500

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

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

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

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, 2004 John Deere 650H LGP, Stk# 6848, OROPS, 9,264 hrs., 60% Tires, Hyd. Quick Connect w/Bucket Sweeps, Eng. Encl., 6 way Blade, 70% U/C, 6,837 & Forks, Cummins Eng...............................$49,500 hrs ..............................................................$34,500

2000 John Deere 210LE, Stk# 6757, 4WD, 4&1 Front Bktt, 70% Tires, Gannon Hyd. Blade $16,500

1984 Cat D6D, Stk# 6836, OROPS, Sweeps, Eng. Encl., St/Tilt Blade, 60% U/C, 5,678 hrs. ...$32,500

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, 2004 Skytrak 8042, Stk# 6727, 8,000 lbs., 42 ft., 80% U/C, Aux. Hyd, 36” Bkt w/Mechanical Thumb . 4,676 hrs., 4WD, 4WS, 70% Foam Filled Tires, Hyd. Self Leveling System, Cummins Eng ..........$25,500 $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

2005 Bobcat 325, Stk# 6762, OROPS, 2,047 hrs., 90° Boom, 80% U/C, 16" Bucket, Aux. Hyd.,w/Blade 2006 Cat 320C LU, Stk# 6718, EROPS, 5489 Hrs, 70% U/C, Aux. Hyd, 60” Bkt w/Thumb ......$72,500 ....................................................................$16,500

2000 Cat D5M LGP, Stk# 6826, EROPS, A/C, 6 Way Blade, 80% U/C, 932 hrs., Lever Steer .......$45,500

2004 Hyundai 210LC-7, Stk# 6850, EROPS, A/C, 5,680 hrs., 50% U/C, 42" Bkt w/Thumb......$42,500

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

2005 Leeboy 685B, Stk# 6846, EROPS, 1,655 hrs., 80% Tires, 10 ft. M/B w/Slid & Tip Control, Scarifier, Articulated, Cummins Eng............$42,500


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Even in triple digit temperatures, more than 40 guests attended throughout the day to watch demonstrations ranging from tree and brush clearing to rock crushing.

CONSTRUCTION STARTS ON TUNNEL FROM GOLDEN GATE BRIDGE One tunnel is slated to open on Labor Day 2011 with five lanes that will handle both northbound and southbound traffic, until a second tunnel is built.

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FAE, Tractor City Host Product Demo in San Antonio

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n an effort to show the consumers the innovations and quality of their product line in action, FAE and Tractor City got together Aug. 3 in San Antonio, Texas, to host a product demonstration featuring select models of FAE, Prime Tech Prime Movers, Mustang and John Deere equipment. The Mustang 2109 skid steer was the carrier unit for the FAE STC/SSL 150 rock crusher and the FAE UML SSL/150 mulcher/grinder. Using the Mustang for both attachments served two purposes. One was that the 2109 was more than capable of handling both attachments and the second purpose was to demonstrate the ease of interchanging the FAE attachments. For travel convenience of its guests, Tractor City procured the property to hold the demonstration within the city limits of San Antonio and approximately one mile from its facility located at 2800 SE Loop 410 in San Antonio. Since the site was within the city limits, the City of San Antonio provided an inspector to examine the location in order to mark protected trees from being used during the demonstration. The site was chosen specifically due to the variety of trees and vegetation that is representative of that part of Texas. Even in triple digit temperatures, more than 40 guests attended throughout the day to watch demonstrations ranging from tree and brush clearing to rock crushing. “Our part of Texas is prolific with vegetation such as the invasive mesquite that is actually a bush, but can grow extremely large and create a tap root that has been recorded as deep as 190 feet,” said David Aguilar, sales manager of Tractor City. “Even though the wood of a mesquite is extremely dense and often referred to as Texas Ironwood, the UML SSL/150 mulcher/grinder demonstrated that it had the power to go right through it with no problem.” “One of the larger problems in the San Antonio area is the expanse of cedars,” said Tony Waits, customer relations representative of Tractor City. “Cedars are a heavy competitor for water needed by more docile vegetation in our area. “Tree and brush mulching is gaining popularity over track-type dozers and backhoes since that equipment basically push the trees up and over exposing their roots and leaving gaping holes in the ground and disturbing the rock. Once the trees are out of the ground, the roots have to dry and eventually are burned or hauled away,” Waits continued. “In many cases this debris is simply left as well as the holes in the ground. Tree mulching/grinding with products such as the FAE attachments, improved the land without all the destruction. The results are less of a fire hazard and possible soil erosion. Mulching and grinding takes the vegetation right to the ground surface and allows the organic materials to stay in place and enhance the soil.” FAE was represented by its CEO, Giorgio Carera, and Service Specialist, Jayson Garland, from Georgia and Territory Manager Ryan Smith from the Fort Worth, Texas, area. Tractor City employees attending the demo were Aguilar, Waits, and Coleman Weathersby, parts representative. Both FAE and Tractor City representatives fielded questions and provided instructions on how to operate the equipment. There were $1,500 coupons offered on all the FAE attachments and a full set of teeth with the purchase of any Prime Tech Prime Mover. All were treated to a delicious fried catfish lunch that was prepared on-site. The equipment demonstrated included the UML/SSL 150 mulcher/grinder, a UML ST 175 PTO powered mulcher, PT200 self-propelled crawler mulcher, STC/SSL 150 rock crusher and the PMM/SSL standard flow flail mulcher. A Mustang 2109 skid steer adapted with steel track and a John Deere 6430 were used to host the attachments. “The demonstration turned out very well for all involved. Our customers were able to see the equipment in action and a few actually tried out their operating skills with the machines. Pending finance approval, one attendee will take delivery next week of a Mustang 2109 with a FAE UML SSL/150 tree mulcher,” said Aguilar. see DEMO page 38

(L-R): Ryan Smith of FAE explains to Juan Rubion and Mario Ponce, City of San Antonio; and Juan Maldonado and Carlos Garza of Maldonado Nurseries, Seguin, Texas; how the crushing mechanism works on the STC/SSL 150 that is attached to a Mustang 2109 skid steer with removable tracks.

(L-R): Tony Waits of Tractor City; Wilbon Watson of Kunz Construction, San Antonio, Texas; David Badillo and David Ciomperlik, both of the City of San Antonio; take a “photo op” with this FAE PT 200 mulcher before the demonstration begins.


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SAN FRANCISCO (AP) Construction is under way on a tunnel that’s expected to provide a safer way for Marin County drivers to get into San Francisco from the Golden Gate Bridge. The $116 million Battery Tunnel began construction July 21 along with an elevated 1,340-ft. (408 m)-long viaduct to take drivers into the city. One tunnel is slated to open on Labor Day 2011 with five lanes that will handle both northbound and southbound traffic, until a second tunnel is built. The current route between the bridge and downtown San Francisco, Doyle Drive, has been found to be seismically unsafe. The 1.5-mi. (2.4 km) southern approach to the bridge was built in 1936. The state Department of Transportation has since spent $35 million to strengthen Doyle Drive. But bridge officials said it still could be vulnerable in a large earthquake.


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JohnWayne Airport ‘Back in the Saddle’With New Terminal AIRPORT from page 1

remote control, according to Khatchig Tchapadarian, project director of McCarthy. Another piece of specialty equipment used during terminal construction has been a bending machine, which produces roof panels of varying radii for the different size barrel roofs. Currently, average manpower onsite for terminal con-

struction is approximately 220 workers, with that number to increase close to 340 workers at the project’s peak. “We have been working nights for almost six months and will continue to do so until project completion,” Tchapadarian said. A duplicate of the airport’s two existing terminals, the new six-gate facility is part of the larger John Wayne Airport Improvement Program — a $543.1 million project that also

Terminal C Details: Structural steel erected: 3,500 tons (3,175 t) / 2,400 pieces Weight of heaviest piece of structural steel: 13.2 tons (12 t) Size of heaviest piece of structural steel: 24 x 24 in. (61 x 61 cm) box column Reinforcing steel: 557 tons (505 t) Cast-in-place structural concrete: 12,000 cu. yds. (9,175 cu m) Quantity of dirt excavated/exported from site: 8,000 cu. yds. (6,116 cu m) Depth of excavation: 16 ft. (4.9 m)

A multi-processor attachment pulls apart pieces of Parking Structure B1 as part of the deconstruction process.

includes the construction of a new 750,000-sq.-ft. (69,677 sq m), 2,000-space parking structure. Constructed by Swinerton Builders, the new parking structure features buckling restrained braces for seismic reinforcement. The parking structure will be the first such structure in the country to use this type of bracing, which was developed in Japan, Wedge said. During both new terminal and parking structure constructions several project challenges have presented themselves. “Working adjacent to and connecting to exiting terminal is a challenging task. The terminal is 20 years old and some of the records identifying exiting utilities are not that accurate,” Tchapadarian said. “We have encountered a number of unforeseen underground utilities. We have had to alternate our plans in order to incorporate new construction.” Another challenge surrounded the deconstruction of the existing parking structure. “It [the deconstruction] took down 1,100 parking spaces. We were having days where there weren’t enough parking, spaces,” Wedge said. “Finding parking for passengers while construction was under way was a major challenge.” The new terminal and parking structure will be opened in November 2011.Parsons is the program manager for the new terminal with Arcadis/Pinnacle One conducting construction management. Jacobs is the civil engineer, with structural engineering provided by IDS Group Inc. Specialty contractors include: Capparelli/KHS&S (framing/drywall); Helix (electrical), A.O. Reed (HVAC), and Pan Pacific Plumbing (plumbing). CEG

Number of piles driven: 576 total Length of longest pile: 52 ft. (15.8 m) Number of construction workers at job peak: 251

Parking Structure C Details: Reinforcing steel: 2,579 tons (2,340 t) Cast-in-place structural concrete: 32,000 cu. yds. (24,466 cu m) Quantity of dirt excavated/exported from site: 38,000 cu. yds. (29,053 cu m) Depth of excavation: 7 ft. (2.1 m) Number of piles driven: 1061 total Length of longest pile: 45 ft. (13.7 m) Number of construction workers at job peak: 130 Number of buckling restrained braces: 232

An aerial view of John Wayne Airport taken in July 2010. Terminal C and Parking Structure C construction can be seen in the foreground.


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L.A. Pushing to Become Nation’s Mass Transit Leader By Daisy Nguyen

ASSOCIATED PRESS WRITER

LOS ANGELES (AP) The region famous for jilting the street car to take up a love affair with the automobile is trying to rekindle its long ago romance with commuter rail. If successful, the novel plan to borrow billions from the federal government, led by Los Angeles Mayor Antonio Villaraigosa, would result in the largest transit expansion project in the nation. Los Angeles County voters agreed two years ago to pay a half-cent sales tax over the next 30 years to extend train and rapid bus lines, projects that would routinely require federal assistance. But the mayor, who sits on a county transportation board, wants a loan instead of Washington handouts to get the projects built in a decade rather than 30 years. He contends it would save money in the long run, result in more construction jobs and less traffic and pollution. If the approach works, it could set a precedent for cities and states across the country considering major rail and road improvements. “We can’t wait because traffic is unbelievable and the environmental problem is

too severe,” said Denny Zane, who is building a coalition of business, labor and environmental groups pushing for the plan. “The need for jobs and economic development also is very severe.” In the first half of the 20th century the Los Angeles region boasted an extensive system of streetcars and high-speed electric railways including the famed Red Cars. After World War II, Southern California began abandoning those systems in favor of personal automobiles and freeways, leaving mass transit to buses. Now, with gridlock commonplace, the focus is back on high-capacity transit systems — light rail, interurban heavy rail, dedicated busways — to catch up with the transportation demands of millions of people. But with federal and state transportation funds dwindling due to a reduction in gas tax revenue, experts say the time is right to test innovative ideas in transportation financing. “The national government should help cities that are helping themselves and take advantage of these bold plans to transform how these places operate and function,” said Robert Puentes, a fellow at the Brookings Institution’s Metropolitan Policy Program. Under the so-called 30/10 initiative, the sales tax would generate about $5.8 billion

Crystal Springs Dam to Be Upgraded for S.F. Water Storage HILLBOROUGH, Calif. (AP) A 120year-old dam that holds San Francisco’s water supply is getting upgrades so it can hold an extra 1.5 billion gal. The San Francisco Public Utilities Commission said it will thicken the Crystal Springs Dam and raise it by 9 ft. (2.7 m). The work will allow the reservoir to store a total of 21 billion gal. The project is estimated to cost between $15 and $25 million, and is part of $4.6 billion in improvements to the 120-year-old

water system. Construction is expected to begin in early 2011. The dam was once the largest concrete dam of its kind in the United States when it was built in 1889 to hold water for San Francisco and the Peninsula. The system, which transports water through the Hetch Hetchy Aqueduct from Yosemite National Park, now serves 2.5 million customers.

over the next 10 years to pay for a dozen projects. Local transportation officials said another $8.8 billion is needed to pay for the estimated $14.6 billion total cost. By using the future sales tax revenue as collateral for long-term bonds and a low-interest federal loan, the county Metropolitan Transportation Authority could put these projects on the fast track. The county would repay the federal loan over 20 years with proceeds from the sales tax. The projects include a long-awaited subway extension to the economically vibrant west side of Los Angeles (a plan often called the Subway to the Sea), a regional connector linking three rail lines in the downtown core, plus light rail extensions reaching Los Angeles International Airport and communities to the south and east. In all, completion of these projects would add 78 mi. of rail and bus-only lanes to the current, 102-mi. system and 77 million annual transit boardings to the MTA’s current 445 million. Because there is no existing federal funding program for the grand scale of projects Los Angeles County wants to get going at once, officials are seeking a combination of loans, grants and bonds that would require congressional approval. The effort is picking up some momentum. U.S. Transportation Secretary Ray LaHood said in a June letter that the 30/10 model “has the potential to transform the way we invest in transportation projects across the nation.” In another nod to the plan, the Federal Transit Administration agreed to evaluate the Subway to the Sea for federal funding in its entirety instead of in three segments, giving the project an edge when it competes for grants from the agency. “It’s a good and healthy indicator of government support for the project,” said Raffi Haig Hamparian, government relations manager at the MTA. The region has had past successes in getting federal investments in massive transportation projects. The effort to obtain a $400 million federal loan for a $2.4 billion dedicated railway linking the ports of Long Beach and Los Angeles with transcontinen-

tal railyards laid the groundworks for a 1998 federal credit program for significant transportation projects. One transportation expert said the decision to incur debt over 30 years comes with inherent risks. “Cost overruns will cost us more than we estimate now, and give us a certain amount of financial risks in the future,” said Martin Wachs of the Rand Corp. think tank. However, he said the benefits of accelerating the projects outweigh the negatives. Transit agencies struggling for a bigger share of federal and state funds are paying attention. The Regional Transportation Authority of Chicago faces funding shortages that restrict spending on maintaining and upgrading the system to $2.7 billion over five years, said director Steve Schlickman. Chicago operates the nation’s second largest transit system. “Hopefully other metropolitan areas will wake up and realize that virtually every major city in this country is underinvesting in their infrastructure,” Schlickman said. “We can’t rely on the federal government, we have to rely on all levels of government.” Villaraigosa said his staff has had discussions with officials from Houston, Chicago, New York and other cities interested in the 30/10 model to build their transportation projects faster. “There’s a lot of national interest because everybody’s going to Washington knocking on doors and nobody’s answering,” the mayor said. “They’re realizing that the best way to get those doors open is to leverage the little federal money that there is with local money.” Wachs said there isn’t enough money to go around for every city lining up for federal funds to improve transportation systems, but those that are willing to put up their own money should get priority. “They should have first dibs because their voters have been willing to tax themselves to get these important programs started, the national government should notice that,” he said.


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The California Department of Transportation received bids for transportation-related improvement projects. Following is a list of some of the projects let. County: Los Angeles Contract Number: 07-3Y9104. Location: From Route 110/47 separation to Dominguez Channel. Project: Replace slabs. Number of Working Days: 230. Contractors and Bid Amounts: • Pave Tech Inc., Carlsbad, Calif. — $3,477,136. • Professional Construction Services, Concord, Calif. — $3,648,203. • Chumo Construction Inc., Baldwin Park, Calif. — $3,709,119. • Peterson Chase General Engineering Construction Inc., Irvine, Calif. — $3,779,250. • Interstate Improvement Inc., Faribault, Minn. — $3,940,132. • Pennhall Co., Rogers, Minn. — $3,999,285. • Beador Construction Co. Inc., Corona, Calif. — $4,073,700. • J. McLoughlin Engineering Co. Inc., Rancho Cucamonga, Calif. — $4,168,277. County: Napa Contract Number: 04-1E2904. Location: From Imola Avenue to Trancas Street. Project: Rubberized bonded wearing course. Number of Working Days: 40. Contractors and Bid Amounts: • Windsor Fuel Co., Pittsburg, Calif. — $1,188,281. • George Reed Inc., Modesto, Calif. — $1,318,713. Counties: Del Norte, Humboldt Contract Number: 01-490504. Location: On Route 101 near Crescent City and near Trinidad. Project: Place bonded wearing course. Number of Working Days: 40. Contractors and Bid Amounts: • Mercer Fraser Co., Eureka, Calif. — $2,147,685. • Granite Construction Co., Watsonville, Calif. — $2,677,373. • Windsor Fuel Co., Windsor, Calif. — $2,937,335. • George Reed Inc., Modesto, Calif. — $2,963,092. County: Kern Contract Number: 06-0L0804. Location: Near Bradys from 0.7 mi. south of north junction Route 178 to Inyo County line. Project: Place rubberized hot mix asphalt. Number of Working Days: 60. Contractors and Bid Amounts: • Bowman Asphalt Inc., Bakersfield, Calif. — $2,680,269. • Granite Construction Co., Watsonville, Calif. —

$3,485,756. County: Napa Contract Number: 04-1E9904. Location: From Route 29 to Imola Avenue. Project: Rubberized hot mix asphalt overlay. Number of Working Days: 70. Contractors and Bid Amounts: • O.C. Jones and Sons Inc., Berkeley, Calif. — $1,319,795. • Bay Cities Paving and Grading Inc., Concord, Calif. — $1,347,941. • Ghilotti Bros. Inc., San Rafael, Calif. — $1,354,497. • Argonaut Constructors, Santa Rosa, Calif. — $1,384,999. • Ghilotti Construction Co. Inc., Santa Rosa, Calif. — $1,414,612. • Windsor Fuel Co., Pittsburg, Calif. — $1,460,563. • Team Ghilotti Inc., Petaluma, Calif. — $1,489,012. • Vintage Paving Co. Inc., Winters, Calif. — $1,604,166. County: Mendocino Contract Number: 01-491104. Location: Near Laytonville from 2.3 mi. north of Ten Mile Creek Bridge to 2.1 mi. south of Rattlesnake Summit. Project: Place bonded wearing course. Number of Working Days: 40. Contractors and Bid Amounts: • Mercer Fraser Co., Eureka, Calif. — $1,309,410. • Windsor Fuel Co., Pittsburg, Calif. — $1,382,022. • George Reed Inc., Modesto, Calif. — $1,397,915. • Granite Construction Co., Watsonville, Calif. — $1,490,327.

County: Orange Contract Number: 12-071634. Location: In Seal Beach, Long Beach and Los Alamitos on Routes 22, 405 and 605. Project: Reconstruct interchange. Number of Working Days: 1,643. Contractors and Bid Amounts: • Atkinson Contractors L P, Foothill Ranch, Calif. — $102,046,344. • Flatiron West Inc., San Marcos, Calif. — $105,553,389. • MCM Security Paving JV, North Highlands, Calif. — $106,714,808. • C.C. Myers Inc., Rancho Cordova, Calif. — $108,249,830. • Skanska USA Civil West California District Inc., Riverside, Calif. — $117,540,980. • R and L Brosamer Inc., Walnut Creek, Calif. — $121,341,999. County: San Diego Contract Number: 11-261704. Location: At various locations from Mission Center Road overcrossing to Severin Drive overcrossing. Project: Freeway maintenance access paving. Number of Working Days: 210. Contractors and Bid Amounts: • Peterson Chase General Engineering Construction Inc., Irvine, Calif. — $1,019,770. • Wier Construction Corp., Escondido, Calif. — $1,052,455. • Beador Construction Co. Inc., Corona, Calif. — $1,266,300.


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Preservationists: Don’t Change West’s First Freeway By Daisy Nguyen

ASSOCIATED PRESS WRITER

LOS ANGELES (AP) You don’t typically hear Southern Californians rhapsodize about a freeway, but the 8.2-mi. (13.2 km) route between downtown Los Angeles and suburban Pasadena isn’t typical. Opened in 1940, the oldest freeway in the West follows the meanders of the Arroyo Seco wash past parks and lush embankments, and under bridges and through tunnels built with the elegance of a bygone era. Known variously as the Arroyo Seco Parkway, the Pasadena Freeway or simply “the 110,” it also carries motorists past some of the city’s oldest — and toughest — neighborhoods as its tight curves open and close views of mountain peaks and downtown skyscrapers. Squinting to shut out thoroughly modern gang graffiti and the mangled plastic debris of 21st century auto mashups, it’s still possible to envision a Ford Model A wending its way to Los Angeles or a stately General Motors LaSalle carrying an oil baron home to one of the old school mansions of Pasadena. That’s why preservationists are crying foul over the freeway’s first major improvement project in 70 years, a $17 million effort to line the original 6 mi. (10 km) of the route with new concrete barriers and lighting. They complain that the work will remove historic features that define its character and that the additions don’t have a sufficiently authentic appearance. “The Arroyo Seco Parkway is a real gem. I don’t think people fully appreciate that yet and I think they’ll regret the damage that’s being caused,” said Paul Daniel Marriott, author of “Saving Historic Roads.” The route represents a transitional period in American highway construction when planners were moving away from the parkways popularized on the East Coast for leisure driving to building roads for high-speed, efficient travel, Marriott said. Its design melded lush landscaping with six lanes allowing commuters to reach speeds of 45 mph. Many of its elements became prototypes for the modern freeway, so much so that by the 1950s, when Los Angeles was emerging as a car capital, the parkway’s name evolved to the Pasadena Freeway. “This is where we come from, this is where our freeways evolved from,” said Nicole Possert, a community activist leading the preservation effort. “This was a testing ground

for what was to become the California freeway system.” The California Department of Transportation began late last year to replace metal beam guardrails on wooden posts with concrete barriers for safety and to reduce maintenance

“The Arroyo Seco Parkway is a real gem. I don’t think people fully appreciate that yet and I think they’ll regret the damage that’s being caused.”

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costs. Caltrans said the upgrades were crucial to prevent out-ofcontrol vehicles from plunging into the Arroyo Seco, a watercourse that carries storm runoff from the San Gabriel Mountains to the Los Angeles River. Balancing the need to retain the freeway’s historic features while trying to bring it up to modern highway standards has been one of the department’s biggest challenges. A drive on the freeway can be frightening or suggest Grand Prix racing. Lanes are narrow, there are no shoulders, and many entrances and exits are sharp right turns with little time for merging or braking. There are only occasional short turnouts for changing a tire or waiting for a tow. The parkway was originally built to carry 27,000 vehicles a day. By 2008, it carried an average daily traffic load of 125,000 cars. Trucks are banned. A 2005 study found it had the highest accident rate compared to eight other freeways in the metropolitan area, most of them caused by speeding drivers. “On this route there’s little patrolling by the police because of the lack of shoulder space, all that means is more speeding and more accidents,” said Anastasia Loukaitou-Sideris, a professor of urban planning at the University of California, Los Angeles who co-authored the study. Fixing a guardrail after a crash requires closing a lane, causing traffic to back up for miles. Caltrans said replacing guardrails with concrete barriers

will lower maintenance costs from $800 to $80 per kilometer (.62 mi.) of barrier, will take less time to repair and therefore won’t impede traffic. The changes are welcomed by Radolfo Torres, who has lived next to the southbound lanes for 30 years and has jumped over the chain link fence numerous times to rescue people involved in accidents. “There’s no room to widen the road, and you can’t straighten it either. This is better than doing nothing,” Torres said. But preservationists said the side barriers, which feature patterns simulating the stonework architecture in historic communities along the route, don’t look like the real deal and will serve as canvasses for taggers. New lampposts, designed to look old while offering improved road lighting, aren’t replicas of the kinds that used to line the parkway 70 years ago, they said. “Why was the style of the original lamps not respected or preserved? Why does it have to be some phony thing?” said Martha Benedict, a community activist. Opponents also decry the removal of a center median curb that is an original feature. The curb, which in some places has indentations pointing in the correct direction of travel, was considered one of the parkway’s many novel design features when it was named a National Historic Civil Engineering Landmark in 1999.

“There’s little patrolling by the police because of the lack of shoulder space, all that means is more speeding and more accidents.” Anastasia Loukaitou-Sideris

University of California, Los Angeles

Preservationists said the curb, while little noticed by speeding commuters, is as much a character-defining feature of the old parkway as the many sycamore trees, Art Deco tunnels, and old-fashioned bridges and train trestles. Caltrans contended the curb must be removed to comply with current construction standards.

$185M Allocated to Create Jobs, Improve Calif.’s Infrastructure The California Transportation Commission (CTC) allocated $185 million to 43 transportation projects statewide. This includes $30 million from Proposition 1B, the $19.9 billion transportation bond championed by Gov. Arnold Schwarzenegger and approved by voters in 2006. More than $5.2 billion in Proposition 1B funding has been allocated to improve California’s transportation system during the past three years. The remaining $155 million in allocations came from assorted transportation accounts funded by state and federal dollars.

“When the voters passed Proposition 1B, they wanted action and action is what they’re getting. Proposition 1B is paying for vital transportation projects up and down California that will help relieve traffic congestion, improve air quality and repair our highways and bridges. At the same time, investing in our infrastructure also is strengthening our economy and creating jobs throughout the state when we need them most,” said Schwarzenegger. Highlights of the project allocations include:

• Central Valley — $19.3 million in Proposition 1B funding for two projects that will widen state Route 99 in San Joaquin County. • Sacramento County — $6.8 million from Proposition 1B for a project that will add new auxiliary lanes and widen lanes on state Route 99 from Calvine Road to Mack Road. • San Joaquin County — $2.9 million in Proposition 1B funding for a project in Tracy that will construct auxiliary, acceleration, and deceleration lanes at various locations on Interstate 205.

• Contra Costa County — $69 million to repave and repair 100 lane mi. of Interstate 680 in San Ramon, Danville and Walnut Creek from the Alameda County line to Rudgear Road. “These transportation projects will increase safety, improve goods movement and enhance ride quality for motorists who rely on the state’s highway system,” said Caltrans Director Randy Iwasaki. For more information, visit http://www.dot.ca.gov/docs/ctcprojectallocationsfeb2010.pdf.


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Bobcat 324 Compact Excavator Digs Deeper, Reaches Farther A redesigned work group allows the new Bobcat 324 compact excavator to reach farther, dig deeper and dump higher, according to the manufacturer. The 324 excavator is a conventional tail swing unit in the 1.5-ton (1.3 t) operating class. Its boom cylinder is attached to the top of the boom instead of the bottom, giving it more protection from damage while digging. It also features a lighter-weight yet durable boom fabrication with cast pivot joints. As a result, the 324 offers a maximum dig depth of 8 ft. 6 in. (2.6 m), reach at ground level of 14 ft. (4.2 m), and dump height clearance of 8 ft. 8 in. (2.6 m). The undercarriage on the 324 excavator hydraulically retracts to a width of just 38.6 in. (98 cm) for travel through gates and doorways, or alongside homes. It can then expand to 53.7 in. (136 cm) for greater performance. Overall height is just 85.5 in. (217 cm). A 13.9-hp (10 kW), Tier IV water-cooled diesel engine powers the 324, and two travel speed ranges are standard. Equipped with a hydraulic system similar to the larger

The 324 offers a maximum dig depth of 8 ft. 6 in. (2.6 m), reach at ground level of 14 ft. (4.2 m), and dump height clearance of 8 ft. 8 in. (2.6 m).

Bobcat excavators, the 324’s torque-limiting piston pump is able to sense and react to hydraulic loads, for better utilization of the engine’s torque curve, according to the manufacturer. The standard dozer blade features two self-storing extensions that provide a working width of 54 in. (137 cm). Auxiliary hydraulics with boom-mounted, flush-face quick couplers make changing attachments easy. Boom swing on the 324 excavator is 80 degrees to the left and 60 degrees to the right. Bobcat’s in-track swing frame keeps the swing castings and cylinders within the width of the tracks when digging in an offset position, helping the operator dig flush against an obstacle. ATOPS/ROPS canopy with comfort seat, retractable seat belt, cup holder and armrests is standard. An enclosed cab with heat is optional. Available attachments include grading and trenching buckets, an auger, a hydraulic breaker and a hydraulic clamp. For more information, visit www.bobcat.com/excavators/.


Paving

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Single-Directional Vibratory Plates Bomag’s redesigned line of BP single-directional vibratory plates includes five models and are ideal for small landscaping and soil compaction jobs, and also can be used for patios and asphalt. With a higher centrifugal force, wider working width and a higher working speed, the series offers improved performance over the previous models, according to the manufacturer. All of the models feature an air-cooled Honda engine with oil alert. The engine is vibration isolated, extending the life and reducing wear. The compactors also feature engine protection to prevent damage. An available Vulcolan mat can be used for paving stone applications. For asphalt jobs, the series includes optional water sprinkler systems. The asphalt model also includes a specially shaped base plate as standard equipment. The vibration-isolated steering handle offers low hand-arm vibrations, making the compactors easier and more comfortable to use. They also feature a single, balanced lifting point, and optional wheels for easy transport. The removable water tank has an easy-to-read water level gauge. The BP series includes five models: • BP 10/35 — 143 lbs. (64.8 kg), 13.8-in. (35 cm) working width, 2,250 lbs. of centrifugal force • BP 12/40 — 159 lbs. (72 kg), 15.7-in. (40 cm) working width, 2,700 lbs. of centrifugal force • BP 12/50A (asphalt) — 165 lbs. (75 kg), 19.7-in. (50 cm) working width, 2,700 lbs. of centrifugal force • BP 20/50 — 209 lbs. (95 kg), 19.7-in. (50 cm) working width, 4,500 lbs. of centrifugal force • BP 25/50 — 238 lbs. (108 kg), 19.7in, (50 cm) working width, 5,620 lbs. of centrifugal force For more information, call 800/7826624 or visit www.gobomag.com.

The Bomag BP 20/50 weighs 209 lbs. (95 kg) and has a 19.7 in. (50 cm) working width.

The BP 12/50A (asphalt) weighs 165 lbs. (75 kg) and has a working width of 15.7 in. (50 cm).

The BP 10/35 weighs 143 lbs. (64.8 kg) and has a 13.8 in. (35 cm) working width.

The BP 20/50 is one of five models in Bomag’s redesigned line of BP single-directional vibratory plates.


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Asphalt Zipper Introduces Largest Portable Reclaimer Asphalt Zipper’s 6-ft. (1.8 m) wide portable reclaimer has been engineered to harness the power and productivity of much larger, more expensive, self-powered machines into an affordable attachment, according to the manufacturer. Powered by a 203 hp (151 kW) Cummins, (Tier III) intercooled Turbo Diesel, it produces 695 ft. lbs. of torque. The new AZ-600B can pulverize a swath of asphalt 6 ft. (1.8 m) wide and up to 12 in. (30.5 cm) thick. It is rated to pulverize more than 6,000 sq. ft. (557 sq m) of 6 to 8 in. (15 to 20 cm) thick asphalt per hour. The bucket-locking system allows it to be used on almost any large loader. Street patches, full road repairs, base stabilization and opening utility trenches in asphalt are just a few of its many uses. The AZ-600B transports on its own trailer behind a oneton truck. For more information, call 888/947-7378 or visit www.asphaltzipper.com.

The new AZ-600B can pulverize a swath of asphalt 6 ft. (1.8 m) wide and up to 12 in. (30.5 cm) thick.

SAKAI’s SW880 Roller Increases Paving Productivity

The SW880 offers a drum width of 79 in. (200 cm) and 4000 vpm, which allows for 10 to 12 impacts per foot at 4.55 mph (7.3 kmh).

SAKAI America’s SW880 high-frequency vibratory asphalt roller increases paving productivity by achieving density faster while leaving smooth finishes on all mixes, even the most challenging Superpave projects, according to the manufacturer. The SW880 offers a drum width of 79 in. (200 cm) and 4000 vpm, which allows for 10 to 12 impacts per foot at 4.55 mph (7.3 kmh). SAKAI’s counter-rotating weight design helps achieve density at fast speeds. The front drum eccentric weights rotate clockwise while the rear drum weights rotate counterclockwise or vice versa depending on amplitude. This guarantees that the forces generated by the weights move up and down. By focusing these downward forces into the material, the SW880 eliminates the possibility of pavement shoving, scuffing and hairline cracks, according to the manufacturer. The drums of the SW880 are machined smooth and edges are rounded for a smooth mat surface. The SW880 is a useful roller for the compaction of county, state and interstate highways, airport runways and Superpave projects. The SW880’s power, comfort and safety also enhance productivity. The SW880 offers a powerful, yet fuel-efficient Deutz TCD 2012 L04-2V Tier III diesel engine that delivers 131 hp (97.6 kW). The operator’s station is designed with a rubber-isolated floating deck to minimize vibration to the operator, which minimizes fatigue. The SW880 also consists of a five-position, 180

degree rotating operator console with instrument panel and seat. This design ensures that all controls are easy to reach and gauges are easy to view no matter what position the console is in. The SW880 also provides 360 degree visibility plus a great view of the drum edges from the operator’s seat. The SW880 offers 29.5-in. (75 cm) curb clearance to avoid guard rails. ROPS and seat belts are standard equipment on every Sakai roller sold in North America. Another feature on the SW880 roller that enhances paving productivity is the ExactCompact system located on the control panel. This system measures impact spacing and determines the speed that the roller should travel to ensure exact compaction. Once the proper impact spacing is determined, the operator adjusts the roller’s ground speed until the green lights are illuminated on the ExactCompact. This operator-friendly system speeds up roller operation and productivity. The SW880’s spray system eliminates downtime during the crucial compacting stage. The spray system consists of rustproof tanks, stainless pipes and brass nozzles that can simply be replaced by hand. The triple filtration system prevents clogging from debris and a pressurized emergency back-up pump system provides water in the event of a water pump failure. For more information, call 800/323-0535 or visit www.sakaiamerica.com.


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Inertia Machine Corp.’s 4048 FRAP All-in-One Solution Inertia Machine Corp.’s 4048 FRAP plant is an all-in-one solution to processing RAP. This closed circuit mobile plant incorporates a 48 in. by 12 ft. (122 cm by 3.6 m) vibrating grizzly feeder and a 4048 horizontal shaft impactor. It has a 6 by 18 ft. (1.8 by 5.5 m) high frequency two-deck screen with onboard conveyors to discharge sized product and return oversized product to the impactor for further crushing.

The 4048 FRAP allows for high capacity crushing of ripped and milled asphalt along with separation of clean asphalt chips and .125 in. (.3 cm) minus fines. This unit is a single self-contained portable plant with quick and easy set up, according to the manufacturer. For more information, please visit www.inertiamachine.com.

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Performance and reliability Dynapac’s asphalt rollers and pavers Dynapac’s CC424HF, CC524HF and CC624HF tandem asphalt rollers are a new generation of articulated tandem rollers powered by a Cummins QSB 4.5 water-cooled turbo-diesel engine with after cooler. The rated power is 125 hp at 2200 rpm for the CC424HF, and 152hp for the CC524HF and for the CC624HF. The new models have operating masses ranging from 11.6 tons to 13.9 tons, the weight split evenly between the front and rear drum modules. Dynapac’s new F1000 series wheeled or tracked asphalt pavers have been designed especially for the North American market. They have the lowest deck height in the industry and feature 3/4-inch formed hopper wings that deliver asphalt to a high-capacity slat conveyor. A high-performance outboard auger drive and the conveyor design eliminates center line segregation. Want to know more? Have a closer look at dynapac.com.

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1984 Etnyre K Chip Spreader, 11 ft spread hopper, Detroit diesel engine, 5 spd manual transmission

1988 Ferguson 8-12B Static Roller, hydrostatic drive, J.D. diesel engine, water system, scrapers

1998 Ingersoll Rand DD110 Double Drum 78” Vibratory Roller, Cummins diesel engine (1994 also available)

2003 Rosco Maximizer II 1900 Gallon Distributor, computerized, diesel heat, IH 7300 w/diesel eng, 6 spd trans, air brakes

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RDO EQUIPMENT Riverside, CA 800/494-4863 Indio, CA 760/342-8900 Poway, CA 800/905-1150 Imperial, CA 800/464-4331 Fort Worth, TX 800/551-4905 Hewitt, TX 800/551-8258 Irving, TX 800/437-6342 Laredo, TX 956/718-1909 Pflugerville, TX 512/272-4141 New Braunfels, TX 800/880-0880 Ehrenberg, AZ 928/923-9611

EXACTCOMPACT HELPS SPEED COMPACTION BY MONITORING IMPACT SPACING Take a high-frequency Sakai roller and you can speed compaction. With EXACTCOMPACT, you can be sure that you’re rolling at the precise impact spacing. EXACTCOMPACT is a simple visual monitor: Red = You’re rolling too fast. Yellow = You’re rolling too slow. Green = You’re right on target to reach density at the fastest possible ground speed. EXACTCOMPACT is standard on mainline Sakai rollers – optional on all others. Put it to work on your next HMA job.

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Trenching—The Way It Should Be. You may have noticed something different about our most recent trencher models. Our new walk-behinds— the compact RT10, RT12 and RT24—offer a choice of high-flotation tires or heavy-duty oscillating tracks, both of which provide outstanding stability and traction. And the mighty RT115 Quad’s innovative chevron track pattern provides maximum traction in wet conditions and on slopes. With every Ditch Witch® trencher you can count on the hardest-working, longest-lasting machine in its class—that will never change. See your dealer for more information, or visit ditchwitch.com.

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Trenching—The Way It Should Be. You may have noticed something different about our most recent trencher models. Our new walk-behinds— the compact RT10, RT12 and RT24—offer a choice of high-flotation tires or heavy-duty oscillating tracks, both of which provide outstanding stability and traction. And the mighty RT115 Quad’s innovative chevron track pattern provides maximum traction in wet conditions and on slopes. With every Ditch Witch® trencher you can count on the hardest-working, longest-lasting machine in its class—that will never change. See your dealer for more information, or visit ditchwitch.com.

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RT24 Witch Equipment Co., Inc. Ditch Witch of New Mexico, Inc. Ditch Witch of Tulsa Ditch Witch of Arizona of Oklahoma Inc. -429-4824 Company, 88 Witch of Houston Fort Worth, TXWitch | 817Equipment Albuquerque, NM | 505-345-18Ditch Tulsa, OK | 918-438-1560 Ditch Witch Phoenix, AZ | 602-437-0351 Fort Worth, TX | 817-429-4824

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Witch Equipment Co., Inc. Ditch Witch of East Texas Ditch Witch of Arkansas Ditch Witch of Southern Arizona Ditch Witch of Arizona Ditch Witch of Tulsa Ditch Witch of East Texas Witch Equipment Company, Inc. 54-666TX -334| 4254-666-3344 -6226TX | 903-592-6226 1 Hewitt, TX | 2Hewitt, Tyler, TX | 903-592Tyler, Springdale, AR | 479-419-977Tulsa, Tucson, AZ | 520-579-0261 Phoenix, AZ Ditch Witch of Central Texas | 602-437-0351 OK | 918-438-1560 Selma, TX | 210-651-6393 512-837-2766 Ditch Witch Oklahoma Ditch Witch of Arkansas Ditch Witch ofDitch Witch of HoustonDitch Witch of Austin, TX | Arizona Southern Arkansas Ditch Witch Southwest DitchofWitch of New Mexico, Inc. Ditch Witch Southwest 8-463| 3505-345-1888 745-6866TX | 806-745-6866 6-3200 Edmond,Albuquerque, OK | 405-34NM Lubbock, TX | 806-Lubbock, Benton, AR | 501-31Springdale, TX | 713-462-8866 Tucson, AZ | 520-579-0261 AR | Houston, 479-419-9771

RT115 QUAD

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Chandler, Ariz.’s F5 Equipment, Bomag Join Forces Bomag USA and F5 Equipment in Chandler/Phoenix, Ariz. signed an agreement July 22 for F5 Equipment to represent the full line of Bomag paving, milling and compaction products in Maricopa County, Phoenix, as well as Flagstaff and Yuma. “The Bomag line of products simply rounds out our product line, making us an integrated dealership ranging from aggregate production to earthmoving and now paving, compaction and milling,” said Suzanne Medley, president of F5 Equipment. “We have steadily been adding product lines to our inventory since we opened for business in July 2008. Only after closely evaluating each manufacturer and their products for quality and performance have we agreed to offer them to our customer base.” According to Luke Manney, general manager of F5 Equipment, a highly trained, technical service force backs up all its products including Bomag. Matt Biacani will be handling Bomag parts and Norm Drey taking care of all service work in the Phoenix area. “We looked at many manufacturers and decided that Bomag had the most

technologically advanced milling, paving and compaction product on the market, especially with ‘Intelligent Compaction,’” said Manney “With their products being represented worldwide, we knew that we had the proper product line to offer to our customers. Their innovations will ensure that the Bomag line will stay in the forefront of the industry for a long time to come.” “We have been most impressed with the responsiveness of Bomag,” Manney continued. “Their attentiveness to our team with providing indepth training for all our departments and making sure all our questions and needs were addressed immediately has really put us on the ground running.” F5 Equipment, which has more than 30 years experience in the construction and mining industry, represents Bomag, Liebherr, Genesis, Sandvik, Allied, Woods, Tigercat and Multiquip. The company’s area of responsibility for most products includes Arizona, New Mexico, Utah, California, Nevada, Colorado and North Dakota For more information, call: 602/2378800 or visit www.f5equipment.com

F5 Equipment has more than 30 years experience in the construction and mining industries.

Holt CAT Names Countryman Manheim Southern California Transportation Manager Announces Major Expansion

Holt CAT, the Caterpillar equipment and engine dealer for south, central, north and northeast Texas, recently named Garrett Countryman as its new transportation manager. Countryman will be responsible for managing Holt’s heavy equipment transportation operations. Countryman, who has been with Holt CAT for two years, previously held the position of parts warehouse supervisor in San Antonio, Texas. Prior to joining Holt, Countryman worked for a distribution company.

Manheim Southern California has opened a new 25-acre auction facility to better meet the needs of its rapidly expanding specialty and heavy truck and equipment customer base. The new location, just under a mile from the original facility, is exclusively dedicated to serving the specialized needs of pre-owned boat, RV and heavy trucks and equipment customers. “We outgrew our original location during 2009 as a result of ongoing demand for quality specialty inventory,” said Tim Van Dam, general manager of Manheim Southern California. “Sales are still powering ahead at a significant pace and on average, we now offer more than 250 specialty units per sale. We feel our facility, supported by a dedicated Manheim specialty team, is the right solution for our customers.” Manheim Southern California hosts weekly specialty sales at the new location — 11087 Elm Ave. in Fontana — every Thursday at 9:30 a.m. Each month, boats and RVs are featured on the first Thursday, heavy trucks and equipment on the second

Thursday, and RV-only sales are the third Thursday. “Specialty and heavy truck and equipment dealers continue to face inventory challenges this year, and we’re seeing strong competition for fresh, top-quality units from the 400-plus dealers who participate in our weekly specialty sales at Manheim Southern California,” said Van Dam. “By dedicating our new location exclusively to boats, RVs, and heavy trucks and equipment, we’re adding more buying and selling opportunities for customers.” In addition to experiencing the action of a live auction in person, remote bidders and sellers can continue to enjoy the online convenience of Manheim Simulcast and OVE.com, including the weekly Thursday Thunder Online Event Sale. Thursday Thunder allows dealers to take advantage of open bidding on Manheim’s entire nationwide inventory of pre-owned specialty vehicles without leaving their office. For more information, call 909/822-2261 or visit www.manheimspecialtyauctions.com.


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Ditch Witch of Oklahoma/Tulsa Edmond, OK 73034 405-348-4633 Fax 405-341-7831 Tulsa, OK 74128 918-438-1560 Fax 918-438-1564

Vermeer of Texas-Louisiana www.vermeertexas.com Round Rock, TX 78664 512-244-0505 San Antonio, TX 78219 210-337-7700 Alamo, TX 78516 956-782-5580 Corpus Christi, TX 78408 361-887-8499 Lubbock, TX 79403 806-762-0609 Amarillo, TX 79118 806-622-2407 Irving, TX 75062 972-255-3500 Kilgore, TX 75662 903-988-9655 Elm Mott (Waco), TX 254-829-9655 Denham Springs, LA 70726 225-665-7900


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According to AGC, Construction Jobs Caterpillar Set to Build on the Rise, Losses Less Severe Excavator Manufacturing Plant in Victoria, Texas JOBS from page 1

“Encouraging as it is to see some modest signs of progress, it is increasingly unlikely we’ll keep seeing these kinds of gains over the next few months,” said Ken Simonson, the association’s chief economist. “There is little to indicate that construction will be adding workers to a significant extent any time soon.” Simonson noted that the largest year-over-year increase was in Kansas, where construction employment rose 6.9 percent (4,000 jobs), followed by New Hampshire (5.0 percent, 1,100 jobs); Oklahoma (1,900 jobs, 2.8 percent); West Virginia (2.4 percent, 800 jobs); Alaska (1.9 percent, 300 jobs); and Arkansas (1.5 percent, 800 jobs). The largest percentage job decrease compared to July 2009 was in Nevada, 22.4 percent (-17,300 jobs), followed by Illinois (14.8 percent; 32,000 jobs, including many idled by a strike in early July that has since ended); Idaho (13.9 percent, 4,600 jobs); and Colorado (13.7 percent, 17,400 jobs). California lost the largest number of jobs (54,400 or 9.1 percent). Vermont and Wyoming rebounded from the largest one-month percentage losses in June to the highest monthly percent increase in construction employment in July. Vermont recouped all 600 jobs it had shed (5.5 percent) and Wyoming added

1,100 jobs (5.4 percent), followed by Oregon (5.3 percent, 3,500 jobs); New Mexico (4.0 percent, 1,700 jobs); and Louisiana (2.8 percent, 3,500 jobs). New York added the largest number of jobs in July, seasonally adjusted (1.4 percent, 4,400 jobs), closely followed by Texas (0.8 percent, 4,300 jobs). Illinois lost the highest percentage of construction jobs during the past month (7.5 percent, 14,900 jobs, mostly strike-related); followed by Hawaii (6.6 percent, 2,000 jobs) and Montana (5.4 percent, 1,200 jobs). Simonson cautioned that the improved employment picture may be attributable to a bulge in federal stimulus-funded projects that could soon fade. “There are few signs of life in privately funded construction, and state and local budget deficit projections are forcing further cuts in non-stimulus public projects,” he said. Association officials urged Congress to act on long-stalled infrastructure bills that would build on momentum from the stimulus. “Continued neglect of our aging infrastructure will damage our economic competitiveness and plunge the construction industry into another cycle of layoffs and hardship,” said Stephen E. Sandherr, the association’s chief executive officer.

CATERPILLAR from page 1

produces two excavator models at a facility in Aurora, Ill., where it also makes wheel loaders, soil and landfill compactors, wheel dozers and components. Caterpillar also makes excavators in Belgium, Brazil, China, France, Indonesia, Japan and Russia. The new facility will manufacture the two models now made in Aurora, as well as several other models now produced in Akashi, Japan, and exported to the United States. The expansion of excavator production in the United States will allow the Japan plant to shift to better serve growing demand in Asia. The Peoria, Ill.-based company recently announced plans to quadruple excavator capacity at its plant in Xuzhou, China, to serve Chinese market demand. Caterpillar recently said it will expand a North Carolina plant that makes tight-turning skid loaders widely used in landscaping and construction, adding 325 jobs over four years. It also plans to build a new factory in Winston-Salem, N.C., producing axle units for large mining equipment that would employ about 500 full-time and contract workers. The region offered a combined $44 million in tax incentives to lure the company’s investment. In July, Caterpillar reported a 91 percent surge in second-quarter earnings driven by strong sales. Caterpillar has said emerging markets like China are driving its better results. Developed markets like North America and Europe also saw gains last quarter, but Caterpillar expects growth to be slower there.


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LIEBHERR EQUIPMENT SOURCE 7075 Bennington St. Houston, TX 77028 713-636-4030 Fax: 713-636-4039 F5 EQUIPMENT, INC. 55 South 56th St. Chandler, AZ 85226 877-257-6223 602-237-8800 Fax: 602-237-8804 4020 Stockton Rd. Stockton, CA 95205 916-870-8716 Fax: 209-942-1845 3079 Energy Drive Dickinson, ND 85602 701-483-9040 Fax: 701-483-9148 30B Frontage Rd. Placitaas, NM 87042 505-867-2600 Fax: 505-867-1609


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CLM Equipment Co., Inc. Baytown/Houston, TX 281/385-6633 281/385-7106 Fax

www.clmequipment.com

Broussard/Lafayette, LA 337/837-6693 337/837-2384 Fax Sulphur/Lake Charles, LA 281/625-5942


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

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PO Box 31388 Amarillo TX 79120 806/335-1681 806/335-3932 Fax

MUSTANG EQUIPMENT www.mustangequipment.com 3053 So. US Hwy. 281 Marble Falls, TX 78654 830/693-5414 830/693-0738 Fax

Fort Worth, TX 817/232-8094

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Odessa TX 800/658-9888 Abilene TX 800/592-4468 San Angelo TX 800/658-9130


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FAE, Tractor Event Offers Customer Opportunities DEMO from page 8

(L-R): David Aguilar of Tractor City, describes the grinding shaft teeth of an FAE mulcher connected to a Mustang 2109 skid steer to Eddie Liebold of L Cinco Ranch in Pipe Creek, Texas, Ben and Don Fitch of Horizontal Liner Service, Luling, Texas.

FOUR SEASONS EQUIPMENT INC. Houston TX 281/807-9777 Fax: 281/807-1233 Dallas TX 214/388-1700 Fax: 214/388-0107

Big rock to small rocks … that’s the name of the game as the STC/SSL 150 crusher matched with a Mustang 2109 skid steer does its number.

San Antonio TX 210/667-1285 Fax: 210/667-2169 Lake Charles LA 337/626-6000 Fax: 337/626-7600

The FAE PT-200 mulcher proves its worth while clearing the demo area of trees and undergrowth.


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Mfg. Model

Articulated/ Rigid

Drive Configuration

Operating Weight Pounds (kgs)

Rated Payload Tons (Metric Tons)

Engine Type

Drive System Mech/Electr.

25.3 (23) 31 (28) 34.7 (31) 39.6 (36)

Case Family IV 10 liter Case Family IV 10 liter Case Family IV 13 liter Case Family IV 13 liter

M M M M

26 (23.6) 31 (28.1) 43.5 (39.5) 50 (46.2) 60 (55) 153 (138) 195 (177) 250 (227)

Cat C11 ACERT Cat C11 ACERT Cat C15 ACERT Cat C18 ACERT Cat C27 ACERT Cat 3512C HD Cat 3516B EUI Cat C175-16

M M M M M M M M

26.5 (24.1) 30.8 (27.9) 36 (32.6) 41.8 (37.9)

Scania DC9 Scania DC9 Scania DC12 Scania DC12

M M M M

71.5 (65) 104.9 (95.2) 185 (168) 320 (290)

MTU Detroit Diesel 12V - 2000 MTU Detroit Diesel 16V - 2000 Cummins QSK50C MTU Detroit Diesel 16V - 4000

M M E E

11 (10) 22 (20) 22 (20)

Tier 3a Perkins E1104D-44Ta Diesel Tier 3 Cummins diesel QSB, 6.7 liter 6cyl Tier 3 Cummins diesel QSB, 6.7 liter 6cyl

M M M

25.5 (23.2) 30.1 (27.3) 40.8 (37.0)

John Deere 6090H John Deere 6090H Mercedes Benz OM501LA

M M M

30.1 (27.3) 35.6 (32.3) 40 (36.5) 69.4 (63) 100.3 (91) 203 (184) 244 (222) 360 (327)

Komatsu SAA6D125E-5 Komatsu SAA6D140E-5 Komatsu SAA6D140E-5 Komatsu SAA6D170E-5 Komatsu SAA12V140E-3 Komatsu SSA16V159 Komatsu SDA16V160 Komatsu SSDA18V170

M M M M M E E E

30.9 ( 28) 41.9 (38) 35 (31.8) 72 (65) 100 (91)

Cummins QSM 11 Detroit Diesel Series 60 Cummins QSM11-C400E Detroit Diesel MTU 12V-2000TA DDEC Detroit Diesel MTU 16V-2000TA DDEC

M M M M M

26.5 (24) 31 (28.1) 37 (33.5) 43 (39) 43 (39)

Volvo D9B AB E3 Volvo D9B AD E3 Volvo D12D AA E3 Volvo D16E AA E3 Volvo D16E AA E3

M M M M M

CASE 327B 330B 335B 340B

A A A A

6x6 6x6 6x6 6x6

100,905 (45,770) 111,840 (50,730) 132,277 (59,770) 143,300 (64,999)

725 730 740 772 773F 785D 789C 793F

A A A R R R R R

6x6 6x6 6x6 4x2 4x2 4x2 4x2 4x2

101,080 (45,850) 112,370 (50,970) 160,050 (72,600) 181,000 (82,100) 222,000 (100,698) 550,000 (249,475) 700,000 (317,515) 860,000 (390,089)

MT26 MT31 MT36 MT41

A A A A

6x6 6x6 6x6 6x6

45,870 (17,121) 50,435 (22,877) 58,740 (26,644) 65,010 (29,488)

CATERPILLAR

DOOSAN MOXY

HITACHI EH1100-3 EH1700-3 EH3500ACII EH5000ACII

R R R R

rwd rwd rwd rwd

244,000 (110,677) 360,008 (163,300) 681,200 (309,000) 1,102,310 (500,000)

912D 922D 922HM

A A A

4x4 6x6 6x6

37,532 (17,024) 78,760 (35,724) 79,540 (36,078)

250D Series II 300D Series II 400D Series II

A A A

6x6 6x6 6x6

40,340 (18,314) 42,990 (19,541) 65,960 (29,920)

HM300-2 HM350-2 HM400-2 HD605-7 HD785-7 730E 830E-AC 960E-1

A A A R R R R R

6WD 6WD 6WD RWD RWD RWD RWD RWD

113,360 (51,420) 139,900 (63,440) 152,200 (69,040) 242,900 (110,180) 366,000 (166,000) 715,000 (324,319) 850,650 (385,848) 1,270,000 (576,072)

TA300 TA400 TR35 TR70 TR100

A A R R R

6x6 6x6 4x2 4x2 4x2

111,303 (50,486) 151,100 (68,820) 122,300 (55,475) 248,330 (112,690) 347,715 (157,720)

A25E 4X4 A30E 6x6 A35E 6X6 FS A40E 6X6 A40E 6X6 FS

A A A A A

4x4 6x6 6x6 6x6 6x6

42,924 (19,470) 50,840 (23,061) 61,950 (28,100) 66,580 (30,200) 67,460 (30,599)

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Deere Series II ADTs Feature Onboard Weighing System John Deere’s four new Series II articulated dump trucks (ADTs), feature onboard weighing systems, tire pressure monitoring systems, and a host of control and cab changes designed to enhance comfort and productivity. All D-Series models are six-wheel-drive units that provide traction in demanding conditions. They are designed for maximum productivity, increased uptime and low daily operating costs, particularly in fuel efficiency, with Tier IIIcertified engines ranging from 265 to 413 hp (197 to 308 kW). Onboard Weighing System Onboard weighing systems are standard equipment on Deere D-Series II ADTs. They give operators overload protection, with mirror-mounted lights that alert the loading operator when the truck is nearing capacity. The payload weight information also is available through JDLink so owners and equipment managers can monitor truck utilization far away from the job site. “The onboard weighing system helps the operator manage his productivity and uptime,” said John Chesterman, product marketing manager of ADTs, John Deere Construction & Forestry. “You can monitor material moved data right from your desktop via the information transmitted through JDLink. This helps in calculating machine utilization and managing a project.” “Because John Deere ADTs already have a significant weight advantage and the lowest ground pressure among the top five ADT manufacturers, Deere trucks burn less fuel,

All D-Series models are six-wheel-drive units that provide traction in demanding conditions.

particularly in high time-on-grade applications and poor underfoot conditions,” Chesterman said. A fully automatic transmission with an integrated transmission retarder has improved transmission shift performance, allowing quicker acceleration out of the loading area for faster cycle times, along with decreased fuel consumption. The tire pressure monitoring system lets the operator keep track of tire pressure from the seat, eliminating guesswork and time out of the cab. The owner also can monitor tire pressures from his desktop since all of the tire information is available via JDLink.

Cab and Control Changes John Deere D-Series II ADT cabs have been updated with a modern, comfortable and convenient design, with lower sound levels and a heated air suspension seat standard. The Series II ADTs feature push-button start and stop with a standard turbo cool-down timer. To help owners reduce costs, these trucks have programmable auto-shutdown timers to save fuel, reduce noise and minimize engine use at times when the trucks are not doing productive work. Taking fleet management even further, Series II ADTs come with JDLink Ultimate standard. An updated 25-button sealed switch module with integrated transmission and dump body controls makes the units easier to operate and ensures switch durability. All John Deere ADTs feature fabricated, heavy-duty frames, axle housings and articulation joints for lower truck weights and reliable performance. The ribbed body design increases strength yet contributes to low ground pressure. The structure also is engineered to ensure a best-in-class frontal approach angle, according to the manufacturer. Deere ADTs also have ground level fueling. The 250D and 300D have dry disc brakes and axles with limited slip differentials, while the 350D and 400D have controlled traction differentials and wet disc brakes standard. “Building and site prep contractors, quarries, and road builders are going to find Series II ADTs have the fuel efficiency, productivity, durability and reliability to keep them more productive at a lower cost per ton,” Chesterman said. For more information, visit www.JohnDeere.com.


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(it’s the perfect working relationship) “Synergy” isn’t a word often associated with construction equipment, but it’s the perfect word to describe the Komatsu PC600LC-8 and HM300-2 working together… especially when the terrain is less than perfect. Both of these hard-working machines deliver: • Rugged, dependable, go-anywhere productivity • Tier-3 certified engines to meet emissions standards • Advanced hydraulics for faster cycle times If you want maximum efficiency—no matter how rough the terrain might be—put this pair to work. At the end of the day, you’ll see the results from machines that are…

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WE ARE BUYING EQUIPMENT! • CAT, KOMATSU, VOLVO, KAWASAKI, CALL US! • WE WANT TO BUY YOUR EQUIPMENT! | WE BUY CAT, KOMATSU WHEEL LOADERS, EXCAVATORS MOTOR GRADERS & DOZERS • WE ARE LOOKING FOR ALL SIZES OF CAT & KOMATSU WHEEL LOADERS ANY YEAR OR MODEL. WE ALSO BUY CAT & KOMATSU MOTOR GRADER, EXCAVATORS AND DOZERS. WE ALSO BUY ANY/ALL PARTS MACHINES. CALL SCHEER BROTHERS, LLC ASK FOR RHONDA OR DAVE Contact: RHONDA OR DAVID SCHEER Phone: 610-544-3399 Email: rhonda@scheerbrothers.com –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– CAT MOTOR GRADER 140H Contact: PATRICK Email: akinola58@hotmail.com –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– 966F, 966FII, 966G, 140G • I WANT TO BUY 966F, 966FII, 966G, 140G 1984 OR UP MODEL. Contact: SALAH Phone: 1-917 416 6921 Fax: 1-718 472 2277 Email: rawalhmc@hotmail.com –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– TRAILER OR TRUCK ATTENUATOR • ATTENUATOR TRAILER OR ATTENUATOR TRUCK Contact: ALBERTO ARADILLAS Phone: (956) 645-7379 Email: gilmar5493@sbcglobal.net –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– CAB FOR 3020 JD • CAB FOR 1968 3020 PREFER AC Contact: ALBERT SKEEN Phone: 276-791-0832 Email: askeen34@yahoo.com –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– SALVAGE TRUCKS AND EQUIP • WANTED DEAD OR ALIVE BROKEN DOWN,WORN OUT TRUCKS AND EQUIP FOR SALVAGE,CASH WAITING . WE SELL TRUCKS AND PARTS Contact: HAPS USED TRUCK SALVAGE Phone: 610 858 4092 Email: 2redflames@gmail.com –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– EQUIPMENT FOR SALVAGE • WE ARE BUYERS OF CONSTRUCTION EQUIPMENT BOTH FOR SALVAGE AND RESALE. WE BUY DOZERS, EXCAVATORS, WHEEL LOADERS, AND OFF HIGHWAY ARTICULATED TRUCKS. WEST COAST PREFERRED Contact: PATRICK E KELLY Phone: 800-403-2263 Fax: 716-891-4311 Email: pkelly@hrparts.com –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– USED / BROKEN / SURPLUS HOT STICKS • WE BUY USED, BROKEN, AND SURPLUS HOT STICKS. IF YOU HAVE SOME AVAILABLE, PLEASE GIVE US A CALL OR SHOOT US AN • EMAIL AND WE’LL WORK OUT A GOOD PRICE. WE TAKE CARE OF ALL THE SHIPPING. Contact: NICK | Phone: 206-274-1678 Fax: 206-694-2723 Email: nick@linemansequipment.com ––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––

CASE 590 SUPER L 4X4 Contact: KEVIN Phone: 856-297-4758 Fax: 856-362-5602 Email: kevin@sansaloneexcavating.com –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– IR CM780 • LOW HOUR IR CM780 Contact: KENNETH Phone: 270-287-7990 Email: kenneth@allaroundconnections.com –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– CASE 821C WHEEL LOADER Contact: FRANK HORAN TRICO EQUIPMENT Phone: 800-654-USED (8733) ext. 1230 Email: fhoran@tricoequipment.com –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– SKIDSTEERS LOADERS Contact: KENNETH YOUNG Email: youngkenken@aol.com –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– GEHL AL20 WHEEL LOADER Contact: ALLAN Phone: 651-271-7254 Fax: 715-386-9515 Email: twoabley@baldwin-telecom.net –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– RECENT MODEL FRONT LOADING 2050 CYD SHOVEL • MACHINE NEEDS TO BE IN PA • MAYBE CABLE OR HYDRAULIC 20-50 CU YD SHOVEL Contact: JOE DYGAS Phone: 515-834-9220 Fax: 515-834-9221 Email: desotoequipment.jdygas@gmail.com –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– 307D MINI HYDRAULIC EXCAVATOR • NEEDS TO HAVE RUBBER TRACKS. Contact: MIKE or DALE MILLER Phone: 724 428 4022 Email: dale_miller54@yahoo.com –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– 307D MINI HYDRAULIC EXCAVATOR | NEEDS TO HAVE RUBBER TRACKS. CONTACT MY SON MIKE MILLER @ 724 428 4022 Contact: DALE MILLER Phone: 724 428 4022 Email: dale_miller54@yahoo.com –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– CATERPILLAR 420E BACKHOE Contact: CREED Phone: 2307764 Email: rtraynet@gmail.com –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– MORBARK 13 OR 15 CHIPPER WHOLE OR PARTS | LOOKING FOR A CUTTER HEAD FOR A MORBARK 13 Contact: TIM LEWANDOWSKI Phone: 724-887-9375 Fax: 724-887-4899 Email: lewequip@gmail.com –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– CAT 315CL 3000 HRS MAX GOING TO NE | AUX HYDS. A PLUS Contact: RICHARD Phone: 603 828-6100 Email: cmiequp@yahoo.com –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– KOBELCO EXCAVATOR | LOOKING FOR KOBELCO EXCAVATORS SK200/210 AND 300 MUST HAVE GOOD U/C AND BE IN GOOD RUNNING CONDITION. MUST BE CLOSE TO AUCTION PRICES. MUST BE IN THE U.S THANK YOU, Contact: RANDY REECE Phone: 770-966-9056 Fax: 770-966-9035 Email: randy@globalequipmentexporters.com ––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––

JRB FORK ATTACHMENT FOR 410E Contact: LEON MARTIN Phone: 717-587-0311 Email: leonr@lrmex.com –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– CAT WHEEL LOADERS | WE NEED CAT LOADERS 916 AND 950B.WE NEED ALSO HITACHI CHAIN EXCAVATOR EX200-1.DYNAPAC ROLLERS CA25D,CA30D AND CA251D. Contact: RIZWAN Phone: +92-345-6429345 Fax: +92-213-6057723 Email: riz_din2000@yahoo.com –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– CAT D7R WITH RIPPER AND 3306 ENGINE UNDER 9000 HOURS Contact: NATACHA Phone: 0033-698-17-4467 Email: natacha@abnequipment.com –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– CATERPILLAR PIPELAYERS I WANT TO BUY CATERPILLAR PIPELAYERS MODEL 594, 583, 572, 571 Contact: TONY THOMAS Phone: 818-956-5231 Fax: 818-956-5239 Email: tonythomas@pacificcranes.com –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– CAT 992D CLEAN & WORK READY GOING TO NE Contact: RICHARD Phone: 603 828-6100 Email: cmiequip@yahoo.com –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– ATLAS COPCO D711 BLASTHOLE DRILL I WANT TO BUY ATLAS COPCO D7-11 BLASTHOLE DRILLS. Contact: TONY THOMAS Phone: 818-956-5231 Fax: 818-956-5239 Email: tonythomas@pacificcranes.com –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– ROTARY PILING RIG Contact: SUNIL PATEL Phone: 91-22-26736947 Fax: 91-22-26732978 Email: spatel@indianabuild.com –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– KUBOTA KH28 FOR PARTS FINAL DRIVES COMPLETE OR GEARS MAIN PROBLEM PN 68241-13410. WOULD TAKE A COMPLETE MACHINE OR WHAT YOU HAVE LEFT OF ONE 1984 KH-28 KH-170 IS THE SAME. Contact: BOB ZUZNIS Phone: 845 221 2603 Fax: 845 221 2603 Email: sellerrez32@aol.com –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– KOMATSU WA3803 | EROP WITH AIR. WORK READY CONDITION. GP BUCKET. Contact: PATRICK KELLY Phone: 800-403-2263 Fax: 716-891-4346 Email: pkelly@hrparts.com –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– CASE LOADER BACKHOE 580L OR 580SL • CASE LOADER BACKHOES 2 WHEEL DRIVE 580L OR 580SL ENCLOSED CAB, REASONABLE PRICE GOOD COND! Contact: FRANK ZACCARINO Phone: 973-650-9268 Email: zacc1@optonline.net ––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––


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ALEX LYON & SON AUCTIONEERS www.lyonauction.com Phone: 315-633-2944

RITCHIE BROS. AUCTIONEERS www.rbauction.com Phone: 402-421-2631

• Keene, NH Sat., September 11, 2010 For: Construction, Ag, Support Equipment, Parts, Tools, Attachments

• Denver, CO August 31, 2010

• Fort Wayne, IN Wed.-Thurs, September 15-16, 2010 For: Construction, Aerial Lift, Forklift, Support Equipment, Trailers, Truck Tractors, Pickups

• Phoenix, AZ September 2, 2010 • Edmonton, AB, CAN September 8-9, 2010 • Polotitlan, Mexico September 8, 2010 • Albuquerque, NM September 10, 2010

• Chicago, IL Wed., September 22, 2010 For: Construction, Support Equipment, Aerial Lifts, Pickups, Trucks, Trailers

• Indianpolis, IN September 10, 2010

• Syracuse, NY Wed., September 22, 2010 For: Complete Liquidation of Undercarriage Repair Shop

• Truro, NS, CAN September 14, 2010

• Atlantic City, NJ Sat. - Sun., September 25-26, 2010 For: Very Large Construction, Forklift, Aerial Truck & Trailer Rental Returns, New Building Supplies

• London, ONT, CAN September 15, 2010

• Dallas, TX Tues., September 28, 2010 For: Construction and Support Equipment, Aerial Lifts & Forklifts, Truck Tractors, Equipment Trailers, Support & Light Vehicles

• Los Angeles, CA September 16, 2010

• Bronx, NY Fri.-Sat., October 1-2, 2010 For: Complete Liquidation of Big Apple Wrecking, Safeway Environmental Corp., Dynapac Equipment Company • Saginaw, MI Fri., October 8, 2010 For: Large Construction, Agricultural, Support, Aerial Lifts, Trucks & Trailers • 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 • Westminster, VT Sun., October 17, 2010 For: Probably the Finest Toy Train Collections East of the Mississippi

• Brisbane, Australia September 14, 2010

• Tipton, CA September 14, 2010

• Kansas City, MO September 15, 2010 • Ocean Springs, MS September 15, 2010

• Columbus, OH September 16, 2010 • 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 • Moerdijk, The Netherlands September 22-24, 2010 • Chicago, IL September 23-24, 2010 • El Paso, TX September 24, 2010 • Fairbanks, AK September 25, 2010

• Buffalo, NY Sat., October 23, 2010 For: Late Model Construction, Support Equipment, Trucks & Trailers

• Dubai, United Arab Emirates September 27-29, 2010

• Syracuse, NY Sat., October 30, 2010 For: Late Model Cat, John Deere Earthmoving Equipment, Aerials, Forklifts, Trucks & Trailers

• Minneapolis, MN September 28, 2010

• Racine, WI Sat., November 6, 2010 For: Rental Fleet Construction, Aerial, Forklifts, Support Equipment, Truck and Trailers • Detroit, MI DATE TBA For: Complete Liquidation of Construction and Support Equipment • Manassas, VA DATE TBA For: Late Model Construction Support, Aerial Lifts, Trucks & Trailers

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

• Statesville, NC September 28, 2010 • Sacramento, CA September 28-29, 2010 • Fort Worth, TX September 29-30, 2010 • Grand Prairie, AB, CAN Sept. 30 - Oct. 1, 2010 • Ottawa, ONT, CAN October 5, 2010 • St. Louis, MO October 6, 2010 • Prince George, BC, CAN October 7, 2010 • Whitehorse, YT, CAN October 7, 2010

Coming Auctions • St. Aubin Sur Gaillon, France October 8, 2010 • Orlando, FL October 27-28, 2010 • Moncofa, Spain October 28-29, 2010 • Narita, Japan November 2, 2010 • Lethbridge, AB, CAN November 2, 2010 • Regina, SK, CAN November 3, 2010 • Avignon, France November 1, 2010 • London, KY November 16, 2010 • Meppen, Germany November 18, 2010 • Ocana, Spain November 18-19, 2010 • Detroit, MI November 10, 2010 • Istanbul, Turkey December 11, 2010 BAR NONE AUCTION www.barnoneauction.com Phone: 866-372-1700 • 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 THE BRANFORD GROUP www.thebranfordgroup.com Phone: 203-488-7020 • Cochranton, PA Wed., September 15. 9AM (EDT) Closing Begins Thurs., September 16, 1PM – ONLINE ONLY AUCTION For: Surplus Construction Equipment from W.L. Dunn Construction Co. CAT AUCTION SERVICES www.catauctions.com Phone: 866-750-9432 • Arvada, CO Thurs., September 30, 2010 For: Construction Equipment from Tarco, Inc.

DEANCO AUCTIONS www.deancoauction.com Phone: 601-656-9768 • Philadelphia, MS Wed.-Thurs. Sept. 15-16, 2010 For: Construction Equipment, Trucks, Trailers, Farm Tractors, Logging Equipment, Support Equipment DEL PETERSON & ASSOCIATES www.delpeterson.com Phone: 800-492-9090 • Cleveland, MO Thurs., September 2, 2010 For: Absolute Construction Equipment Dispersal Auction HUNYADY AUCTION COMPANY www.hunyady.com Phone: 800-233-6898 • Telford, PA Wed., September 22, 2010 For: Late Model – Off Lease Equipment • Saylorsburg, PA Thurs., September 30, 2010 For: Surplus Equipment from Scott Enterprises, Inc. • Frederick, MD Thurs., October 14, 2010 For: Complete Liquidation of Wastler Construction INSIGHT AUCTIONEERS www.insightauction.com Phone: 863-386-1225 • Sebring, FL Saturday, September 18, 2010 IRAY AUCTIONS www.iraymn.com Phone: 320-968-7230

MANHEIM MINNEAPOLIS www.manheim-minneapolis.com Phone: 800-622-7653

RITCHASON AUCTIONEERS INC. www.ritchason.com Phone: 800-806-3395

• Maple Grove, MN Wed., September 8, 2010 For: Heavy Truck and Equipment Sale

• Lebanon, TN Sat., September 18, 2010

MARTIN & MARTIN AUCTIONEERS, INC. www.mmaauction.com Phone: 800-763-2728 • Lakeland, FL Wed., September 1, 2010 For: Estate of Overcash Grading MEEKINS AUCTION COMPANY www.meekinsauction.com Phone: 800-499-6560 • Lumberton, NC Thurs., September 16, 2010 For: Annual Fall Contractors Auction G.W. McGREW AUCTION COMPANY www.mcgrewequipment.com Phone: 717-428-0922 • Seven Valleys, PA Mon., September 13, 2010 For: Expecting 100+ Tractors, Backhoes, Skid Steers and Lots of Equipment from Local, Contractors, Farmers and Dealers MEEKINS AUCTION COMPANY www.meekinsauction.com Phone: 800-499-6560 • Lumberton, NC Thurs., September 16, 2010 For: Annual Fall Contractors Auction NITKE AUCTIONS www.nitkeauctions.com Phone: 715-362-6162

• 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

• Wausau, WI Fri.-Sat, October 22-23, 2010 For: 2-Day Construction Equipment, Truck & Trailer Auction

TAMPA MACHINERY AUCTION, INC. www.tmauction.com Phone: 813-986-2485

• Foley, MN Fri., December 3, 2010

PAUL E. SAPERSTEIN CO., INC. www.pesco.com Phone: 800-660-6553

• Tampa, FL Sat., October 9, 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!

• Tewksbury, MA Wed., September 15, 2010 For: Excavators, Ditch Witch Drills, Loaders, Skid Steers, Dumps, Trucks and Trailers

• Tampa, FL Sat., November 13, 2010

PETROWSKY AUCTIONEERS INC. www.petrowskyauctioneers.com Phone: 860-642-4200

UTILITY AUCTIONS www.utilityauctions.net Phone: 302-530-9103

• Foley, MN Fri., September 17, 2010 • Portage, WI Fri., October 29, 2010

• Thurs., September 2, 2010 For: Construction Equipment • Thurs., September 9, 2010 For: Construction Equipment • Thurs., September 16, 2010 For: Construction Equipment MANHEIM HEAVY TRUCK AND EQUIPMENT AUCTIONS www.manheimheavytruckauctions.com Phone: 877-704-4636 • Harrisonburg, VA Sat. Sept. 18, 2010 For: Construction Equipment

• North Franklin, CT Fri.-Sat, September 24-25, 2010 For: Tilton CT and Castle Equipment & Supply Co., Inc plus Area Contractors and Equipment Dealers POWERS AUCTION & EQUIPMENT SALES www.mikepowersauctions.com Phone: 815-338-9700 • Woodstock, IL Sat., October 9, 2010 For: 18th Annual Fall Contractors/Landscapers Auction

• Tampa, FL Sat., September 11, 2010

• Tampa, FL Sat., December 11, 2010

• Wilmington, DE Fri., October 22, 2010 For: Public Auction Construction and Utility Equipment YODER & FREY AUCTIONEERS, INC. www.yoderandfrey.com Phone: 419-865-3990 • Bangor, ME Thursday, October 14, 2010 For: Construction Equipment, Forestry, Logging, Truck and Trailer Auction


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Online Auction Thursday, September 9

32 Aerial Work Platforms

29 Backhoes

23 Compact Track Loaders

25 Crawler Tractors

68 Excavators

30 Forklifts

14 Trucks – Off-Road

85 Trucks – On-Road

34 Wheel Loaders

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

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August 18, September 15, 2010 – Golf Outings. The CAM (Construction Association of Michigan) Golf Committee’s 2010 CAM Golf Outing Schedule which features four value-packed outings at remarkable prices include dates August 18 Fieldstone Golf Club Auburn Hills; September 15 Cherry Creek Golf Club Shelby Township. For more information and any other questions please contact Diana Brown at (218) 9721000. September 8, 2010 – Contractor Meeting. AGC St. Louis Contractors and Specialty Contractor Members Invited to Chase Park Plaza – Zodiac Room on 20th Floor, 212 N. Kingshighway, St. Louis, MO. Cost is $80.00 and Time is 5:30 P.M. Cocktails; 6:30 P.M. Dinner; 7:30 P.M. Presentation. Call the AGC of St. Louis office at (314) 781-2356 if you have questions. Call Kathy Givens at (314) 4803172 to register (by September 3, 2010). September 13, 2010 – Meeting. To all IAAP Members! Register now for the 7th annual meeting of the Transportation for Illinois Coalition to be held on Monday, September 13th at the Wojcik Conference Center at William Rainey Harper College in Palatine, and begins with an address by Congressman Jerry Costello (D-Belleville). For those who want to stay the night before the event and/or after the meeting, TFIC has reserved a block of rooms at the Embassy Suites Chicago, Schaumburg, Woodfield. This hotel is within 10” of the Harper College conference center. The room rate is $139/night. Contact information for the hotel is telephone: (847) 397-1313 or Fax: (847) 397-9007. John Henriksen, Executive Director, Illinois Association of Aggregate Producers, Cell: (217) 899-7389; Office: 217-241-1639; Fax: (217) 241-1641 and email: iaap@hansoninfosys.com. September 17, 2010 – Sporting Tournament. The 2010 Fall Sporting Clays Tournament is a fun event for shooting enthusiasts to be held at the St. Louis Skeet and Trap Club, 18554 Franklin Road, Pacific, MO 63069 (www.skeetrap.com). All proceeds benefit the AGC of St. Louis Political Action Committee. For registration information and other questions, please contact Denise Hasty at 314-7812356 or dhasty@agcstl.org. September 20-21, 2010 and October 25-26, 2010 – Construction Conferences. Associated Owners & Developers 2010 National Conferences. AOD’s 14th Annual Industry Conference, a 1-1/2 Day Program featuring leading experts who will focus on today’s construction market strategies for continued success, where our industry is headed, and how best to get there in the years to come. September Conference to be held at the W. Atlanta Midtown Hotel, Atlanta, GA and October Conference at LePavilion Hotel, New Orleans, LA. For further information, please go to www.constructionchannel.net under “Mark Your Calendar.” Also, contact Andrew at Associated Owners & Developers (AOD) Telephone: (703) 734-2397. September 25 thru October 1, 2010 – Course. AGC of America (The Associated General Contractors of America) is offering this 5-day course with experienced project managers and project engineers instruction on project planning, safety management, construction productivity, subcontractor/vendor management, CPM scheduling, claims management, legal issues/contract clauses, construction ethics, cost control, project record keeping, communications, leadership/human resource issues, time management, problem solving and decisions making, and blending family and work. Early bird registration available: Register by July 15, 2010 and receive $5.00 off your tuition! Hotel information: Dolce Hayes Mansion, San Jose, CA (408) 226-3200 and Contact information: Contact education@agc.org for more information.

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October 1, 2010 – Golf Tournament. Construction Data Services presents the 7th Annual Charity Golf Tournament to be held at Quail Creek Golf Course, 6022 Wells Road, St. Louis, MO 63123. The festivities include a golf tournament and auction on Friday, October 1, 2010. A day of fun with a “Florida Scramble” golf tournament beginning at 1:00 p.m. For more information, contact Paul Jacobi at 314-645-5577. Mining New Members. Everyone knows word-ofmouth advertising from satisfied customers brings more business to your company. As an IAAP member, you have experienced valuable benefits from membership in this Association and along the way maybe you have talked with others in the industry about joining the IAAP. Your efforts are now being rewarded through a new member recruitment program called “Mining New Members.” For more information, please contact IAAP Outreach Manager Shawn McKinney at (217) 241-1639 or shawn@hansoninfosys.com. DONATION - HELP Support IAAP’s Political Activities – The IAAP Political Action Committee (PAC) was created in order to provide financial support for our allies in the Illinois General Assembly. Whether from Chicago or Downstate Illinois, Democrat or Republican, these legislators all have one thing in common – they support bills that help the Illinois aggregates industry and oppose bills that hurt our interests. As the cost of political campaigns continues to rise, we want to ensure that legislators who support this industry can compete and continue to do good work. For that reason, supporting the IAAP PAC is critically important to the future of our industry, your company, and your Association’s political activities. Please consider sending a donation, payable to the IAAP, to: John Henriksen, Secretary/Treasurer, IAAP PAC, 1115 S. 2nd Street, Springfield, Illinois 62704. INFORMATION - AGC of St. Louis Governmental Affairs Legislative Update: Legislative Alert – New Illinois Law Could have Significant Effect on Contractors. The AGC of St. Louis has become aware of a new Illinois law passed that could have a dramatic effect on our members who perform work in Illinois. On June 16, Illinois Governor Pat Quinn signed House Bill 6349 into law which enhances the Illinois Workers on Public Works Act. From: AGC of St. Louis Governmental Affairs (mail to: agccom@agcstl.org). INFORMATION - The Transportation for Illinois Coalition (TFIC) has published and electronic version of it’s most recent white paper, an analysis of the 2009 capital program. To download a copy of this document, go to the TFIC website: http://www.tficillinois.org, click on publications and open the file entitled Capital Funding for Transportation. Questions? Please feel free to contact John Henriksen, Illinois Association of Aggregate Producers, 1115 South 2nd Street, Springfield, IL 62704. Office: (217) 2411639. Cell: (217) 899-7389. Fax: (217) 241-1641. AGC Volunteer Appreciation - The AGC of St. Louis is grateful for the many members who serve on committees. The time devoted by these individuals and the knowledge they share with the industry in very important to the success of the AGC. ***Still time to catch a Cardinal’s Game!!! The AGC of St. Louis has a luxury suite in Busch Stadium that seats twenty. Pricing includes 20 tickets for each game, access to the Redbird Club Level, and two reserved parking spaces in the parking area near the ballpark. For more information, contact Donna Pigg at dpigg@agcstl.org or 314-781-2356, ext. 108. Reservations will be held on a first come, first serve basis.

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RENTAL RETURN AUCTION RENTAL SERVICE CORP. CONSTRUCTION & SUPPORT EQUIPMENT, AERIAL LIFTS & FORKLIFTS, TRUCK TRACTORS, EQUIPMENT TRAILERS, SUPPORT & LIGHT VEHICLES. TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 28 @ 10:30 AM DALLAS, TEXAS DIRECTIONS: From DFW Airport – Hwy 183 West to I-820 West to Exit 13 (Saginaw). Bear right onto North 287 (Main St.) go approx. 6 miles turn right on Hick’s Field Road. Go 1/2 mile to sale site on right. Address: 1815 Hicks Field Rd. East Fort Worth TX 76179. (Adjacent to JRP Trucking) HILITES INCLUDE: 2 HYDRAULIC EXCAVATORS: Cat 315CL, 2005 Case CX210, 3 MOTOR GRADERS: Cat 140H, Cat 14oG, JD 770CH, 5 CRAWLER TRACTORS: 2002 Cat D6R, Cat D6R, 2007 Cat D5GXL, Cat D5CXL, 2006 Case 650K, 9 TRACTOR LOADER BACKHOES: Cat 420E (4x4), 2004- 2003- 2002 Cat 420D (4x4), Cat 416D (4x4), Case 590 Super M, JD 310C, (2)2007 Case 580M-II 50th Anniversary Series, ASPHALT ROLLERS: 2003 Cat CB334D, VIBRATORY ROLLERS: IR SD 100F, RUBBER TRACKED SKID STEERS: 2006 Cat 277B, 2 SKID STEERS: Cat 262B, Volvo MC60, ROUGH TERRAIN FORKLIFTS: 2004 Case 586G, 2 FORKLIFTS: 2004 Daewoo GC32P, Clark C500-80, 7 BOOM LIFTS: JLG 601S, JLG 600A (4x4), Snorkel TB60R, (4) Snorkel TBA 42, 3 WELDERS: 2006 Lincoln Vantage 500, 2006 Lincoln Vantage 400, 2005 Miller BB300P, 9 LIGHT PLANTS: (5) 2006-(4) 2005 Amida AL4060D4MH, 3 DUMP TRUCKS: 1996 Mack (t/a), 1991 Mack RD688S (t/a), 1988 Mack R690ST (t/a), TRUCK TRACTOR: 1998 Mack CH613 (t/a), 4 DETACHABLE GOOSENECK TRAILERS: (2) 2011 Witzco 50T (tri.), 2011 Witzco 35T (t/a), 2005 Witzco RG35 35 ton (t/a), TAGALONG TRAILER: Wisconsin 20ft. (t/a), TRENCH BOXES: 8x16, RECREATIONAL/ UTILITY VEHICLES: (12) EZ-Go Golf Carts, ATTACHMENTS: Backhoes: CTI Forks, Stanley 20EX Plate Compactor, ATTACHMENTS: Skid Steers: Pallet Forks, Stump Buckets, Hay Spears, Mount Plates, Low Profile & Smooth Buckets, Tree Booms, Backhoes, Forks, Thumbs, Snow & Mulch Buckets, SUPPORT EQUIPMENT: Atlas Copco XP75 Rotary Screw Compressor, Forklift Barrel Clamp, Spool Dollies, Greenlee Job Boxes, Target Tile Saws, Bosch Demo Hammers, Rothenburger Pipe Threader, Bosch Demo Hammer, Sod Cutter, Bosch Combo Hammer, Rear Tine Tiller. TEXAS AUCTION LICENSE: AUCTIONEER #16356 Michael W. Powers SALE SITE PHONE: (817) 847-2071, (863) 660-3613, SALE SITE FAX: (817) 847-2077 Everything sells “AS IS,” “WHERE IS,” everything sells to the highest bidder without minimums or reserve.

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ADVERTISER INDEX ALEX LYON & SONS DALLAS TX .......................................................53

HYUNDAI CONSTRUCTION EQUIPMENT............33 IRON PLANET

BARGAINS ...............................................................47

ONLINE AUCTION ............................................51

BOBCAT COMPANY ..................................................6

JCB INC....................................................................19

CEG SCALE MODELS.............................................11 CLASSIFIEDS .....................................................46,47 CLM EQUIPMENT CO INC........................................5 CONSTRUCTION EQUIPMENT GUIDE WANTED ...........................................................48 THE CALIFORNIA STATE EDITION ................18 MINI COMPACT PROMO .................................45 MORE VALUE FOR YOUR ADVERTISING.....52 CROSS TIMBERS EQUIPMENT.............................10 DITCH WITCH WEST .........................................28,29 DOMINION EQUIPMENT PARTS ...........................44 DYNAPAC.................................................................25 ESCO CORP ............................................................20 F5 EQUIPMENT INC..................................................7 FAE USA INC .............................................................9 FLANGE LOCK ..........................................................6 FLECO ATTACHMENTS ..........................................10 GOMACO CORP......................................................24

JFW EQUIPMENT INC ............................................26 JOHN DEERE ..........................................................17 JOHN DEERE SKID STEER ...................................37 KLEIN PRODUCTS INC ..........................................41 KOMATSU AMERICA CORP ...................................43 LEADING EDGE ATTACHMENTS...........................10 LEEBOY....................................................................26 LIEBHERR - AMERICA INC.....................................35 MENTOR DYNAMICS LTD ......................................42 MINNICH MANUFACTURING .................................24 NPK CONSTRUCTION EQUIPMENT INC..............32 PRO-TECH MANUFACTURING................................9 PROXIBOD...............................................................49 RITCHIE BROS. AUCTIONEERS............................55 ROAD BUILDERS MACHINERY..........................2,10 ROADTEC ................................................................23 SAKAI AMERICA INC...............................................27

HAWTHORNE CAT ..................................................14

TAKEUCHI ................................................................36

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

TEREX TRUCKS......................................................38

HOLT CAT.................................................................56

YANMAR AMERICA .................................................31

HYDREMA U S INC .................................................44

ZANETIS POWER ATTACHMENTS........................34

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