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the Arizona Department of Transportation (ADOT) and ADOT project manager, credited cooperation between the city, the contractor and the highway department. “All of us just worked really well together,” he said. Kiewit-Sundt, a joint venture between the Phoenix office of Kiewit and Sundt Construction of Tempe, was the general con-

When the U.S. Senate failed in September to enact six-year transportation legislation or to extend the existing funding authority in a responsible way, it created a billion-dollar-a-month hole for the construction industry. “The baseline for the federal highway account is reduced by a billion dollars each month we have a continuing resolution,” said Tony Dorsey, media spokesman of the American Association of State Highway and Transportation Officials (AASHTO). “It will cost our members one billion dollars every month we have a resolution.” While the huge loss is mostly on paper — so far — it nonetheless is a drag on the construction economy. Here’s the deal: Though the Senate agreed with the House at the very last moment to a one-month extension of existing transportation funding authority, senators failed to include a provision to roll back funding rescissions stipulated in the last six-year bill. The $8.7 billion in rescission money was a bookkeeping method of understating the true cost of SAFETEA-LU, which was passed in 2005 (two years into the six

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Work on a Utah freeway reconstruction project so unusual it was featured as National Geographic Channel’s “World’s Toughest Fixes” is heading for an on-time, on-budget completion at the end of the year. What made work on a 2-mi. (3.2 km) stretch of I-80 in Salt Lake City project extraordinary was the Accelerated Bridge Construction (ABC) method using Self Propelled Modular Transports (SPMT) to construct six of 12 bridges and one of two ramps in the project. The $139 million project along a 2-mi. stretch from State Street to 1300 East through Salt Lake City includes construction of the bridges and ramp “not at their final location,” John Montoya, project manager, said. Instead, the girders and decks were constructed on the ground at a “bridge farm.” Massive transporters moved them to be lifted into place along the expressway.

Horrocks Engineering and H.W. Lochner Engineering are the designers and Ralph L. Wadsworth Construction is the general contractor. Some of the bridges were transported as much as a mile and a half which is “a good distance,” Montoya said. “That was significant. There are a fair amount of projects where you move a bridge a couple hundred feet but we actually moved some of them a mile and a half.” The bridges that were moved vary in length from 85 to 173 ft. (25.9 to 52.7 m) and were 43 to 94 ft. (13 to 28.6 m) wide, Carlye Sommers, public involvement manager for Lochner, said. The largest weighed in at 1,350 tons (1,220 t). The SPMTs that moved the bridges had approximately 250 wheels and moved at an average speed of five miles per hour, Sommers said. The only route crews could move the bridges down was the same one they were working on so see UDOT page 37

Health care reform in the United States has been beaten nearly to death this year by advocates and critics alike. Yet as the debate moves into October, the final shape of “reform” remains elusive and elastic with construction industry executives anxious about its impact on their companies. Any change in the system definitely will have impact on contractors and a sweeping change could upend smaller firms — and most construction companies are small-tomedium-sized. The truth of the matter is the reform model in which government would provide most health care services would dramatically change the way every business operates, large or small. It is impractical to hope that health care reform will be tailored to the construction industry. Nevertheless, small businesses consistently favor certain reform initiatives over others. Were Washington to institute reform along the lines general contractors might lay down, the following features would be among the legislated changes: • New authority for associations to negotiate insurance packages for their members. Besides gaining clout in negotiating benefits, association insurance negotiators could win lower premiums, if given the opportunity. Associated Builders and Contractors noted that private insurance carriers must mark up premiums as much as 35 percent when dealing with small groups in order to meet profit targets and offset overhead. Whereas associations can provide the same administrative services for their members at a cost of 15 percent or less — if, that is, members are allowed to buy insurance through small business see REFORM page 28

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projects and this particular job was among those re-evaluated. As a result, a parkway was ultimately chosen as an appropriate solution for improving travel conditions in the area while remaining within the limitations imposed by available funds.

After many years of discussion, an ambitious project to ease congestion in Pennsylvania’s densely populated Bucks and Montgomery counsee PARKWAY page 30 ties is finally under way with construction of a long-awaited parkway. The Pennsylvania Department of Transportation (PennDOT) has estimated that by 2020 the new highway will be traveled by between 23,700 and 28,300 vehicles daily Gov. Martin O’Malley announced that additional transportation Certain changes, however, projects worth $30 million will be funded by President Barack had to be made before ground Obama’s American Recovery and Reinvestment Act (ARRA). could be broken for the project. Funding for these additional projects is available due to savings According to PennDOT, the generated by the intense competition for Maryland’s ARRA highparkway had initially been way and transit contracts advertised earlier this year. planned as an expressway with “Without a doubt, President Obama’s recovery program is genlimited access. However, in erating the desired effect here in Maryland,” said O’Malley. March 2004, the department “Across our state, work is under way rehabilitating our roads, bridges and transit systems. Healthy competition for those state realized its projected revenues would not provide enough see FUNDS page 116 funding for all its proposed

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In trucking, cooperation is everything. The same could be said for construction work, all contracting and the running of any successful club or organization. Cooperation in all these arenas came together as one at the Antique Truck Club of America’s Little Rhody Chapter’s Sixth Annual Antique Truck Show on Sept. 13 on the Washington County Fairgrounds in Richmond, R.I. Working in conjunction with the Historical Construction Equipment Association’s (HCEA) Northeast Rockbusters once again, more than 60 members of the local Antique Truck Club brought out their finest old equipment, to the delight and surprise of other members, guests and enthusiasts. The Antique Truck Club and the Rockbusters hold this event every September, drawing people from every New England state. Machines that range from the unusual to the sublime fill the flat fields of the fairgrounds for passersby to

admire. “We combine our shows. We support them and they support us, even in the rain,” said Jackie Volatile, who organizes these shows with her husband, Roger, the club’s president. What made the presidential couple so proud this year was that the event was organized to raise money and food for the Rhode Island Food Bank. We brought in 800 pounds of canned goods. Last year, we fed 2,000 needy families for a year and we are quite proud of that,” said Jackie Volatile. They also are very proud of the cooperation and shared interests of their members who bring any and all working antique machines to these events, as long as they are able. “We welcome classic trucks, we welcome tractors, anything that comes in,” added Roger Volatile. “Antique is antique to us.” The Volatiles represent the Little Rhody Chapter at national events, usually held in the National Chapter’s home state of Pennsylvania. “There are 21 different chapters in the see ROCKBUSTERS page 14

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A short 19-mi. (30.5 km) stretch of road just north of Detroit has been transformed into an improvement project with a rather complicated strategy. Extensive work on the I-96/I-696 corridor in Oakland and Macomb counties has been divided into four separate projects. Project 1 consists of rehabilitation of eight bridges and repair of 4 mi. (6.4 km) of pavement in Oakland County between Novi and Halsted roads, including the I-96/I-696/M-5 interchange in Novi and Farmington Hills. Project 2 picks up where the first project ends and involves pavement patching and rehabilitation of 42 bridges on I-696 in Oakland County between Halsted and Campbell-Hilton roads. Project 3 focuses on rehabilitating 22 bridges on I-696, 15 of which are located within the I696/Mound Road interchange. Project 4 includes rehabilitation of six bridges and extensive pavement repairs to I-696 between Hayes and Nieman roads in Macomb County. Also included are safety upgrades and lighting replacement on the median and ramps. Overlap For all practical purposes, the $67 million overall project has been divided into two contracts — east and west — with two prime contractors: Dan’s Excavating out of Grant, Mich., on the west contract and C.A. Hall on the east. But even that division is a little blurry. “There are overlapping facets,” says Bob Daavettila, construction director for Tetra Tech,

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A total of 56 bridges will undergo rehabilitation. Because C.A. Hall is a subcontractor for all bridge work on both contracts and since there is a lot of bridge work in the west contract, Hall is doing considerable work on both.

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$14 million contract to conduct bridge rehabilitation and concrete patching on I-696 — the east project. The west contract involves significant amounts of overlay, but there is none on the east contract. Instead, there is, as Daavettila says, “a lot of concrete patching.” Other Names for an Old-Time Trail Before being designated as a military highway in 1832, the corridor from Lake Michigan through Detroit, Lansing and Grand Rapids was see MICHIGAN page 44

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By Giles Lambertson Health care reform in the United States has been beaten nearly to death this year by advocates and critics alike. Yet as the debate moves into October, the final shape of “reform” remains elusive and elastic with construction industry executives anxious about its impact on their companies. Any change in the system definitely will have impact on contractors and a sweeping change could upend smaller firms — and most construction companies are small-to-medium-sized. The truth of the matter is the

reform model in which government would provide most health care services would dramatically change the way every business operates, large or small. It is impractical to hope that health care reform will be tailored to the construction industry. Nevertheless, small businesses consistently favor certain reform initiatives over others. Were Washington to institute reform along the lines general contractors might lay down, the following features would be among the legislated changes: • New authority for associations to negotiate insurance packages see REFORM page 51

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On July 9 officials in Nashville, Tenn., broke ground on Phase II of the Interstate 40 White Bridge Road Interchange Improvement Project. Phase I was finished during the summer 2005. Since then, the project has been stalled for four years because of lack of funding. Now, the $32million project is being totally funded through money from the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act of 2009, which the President signed into law in February. Many dignitaries, including Gov. Phil Bredesen and Tennessee Department of Transportation (TDOT) Commissioner Gerald Nicely, were on hand for the groundbreaking ceremony. “This project will enhance Nashville’s already excellent transportation system,” said Bredesen at the ceremony. “It will improve access to Interstate 40 and Briley Parkway and will contribute to continued economic development in West Nashville.”

Bell & Associates Construction LP, Brentwood, Tenn., is the prime contractor for Phase II, which includes a new interchange at I40 and Briley Parkway/White Bridge Road/Robertson Road. The company also constructed the $43-million Phase I.

Bell & Associates Construction is the prime contractor for the $32 million project. The company has all-terrain cranes by Lorain hard at work on the job site.

The contract also includes construction of two flyover ramps to and from I-40 and Briley Parkway, plus the replacement of the White Bridge Road Bridge over I-40. In addition, three noise barriers and five retaining walls will be built and a pedestrian bridge located just west of the interchange will be replaced. “The project is just over a mile long,” explained Jeremy Mitchell, project manager with Bell & Associates. There will be “three lanes west and three lanes east on I-40 and two auxiliary lanes for the new ramps.” The Interstate will be constructed of asphalt, and the ramps will be concrete paving. There will be more than 20,000 cu. yds. (15,200 cu. m) of concrete used on this project. The two major bridges being built are the White Bridge Road Bridge and the pedestrian bridge. The White Bridge Road Bridge, measuring just over 1,500 ft. (457 m) long, is being constructed of single-column hammerhead piers and structural steel plate girders. The pedestrian bridge is approximately 230 ft. (70 m) long and see TDOT page 40

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TALLAHASSEE, Fla. (AP) Gov. Charlie Crist and his “stimulus czar’’ said Oct. 9 that a recent federal report supports Florida’s go-slow approach to spending federal recovery money earmarked for highway projects and schools. Even so, Florida’s overall stimulus spending is a bit ahead of schedule, said czar Don Winstead, whose official title is special adviser to the governor on economic stimulus. Federal officials in February said they expected the state to spend about 20 percent of its estimated $15 billion in stimulus money by the end of September. “I think we will be ahead of that sched-

ule,’’ Winstead said. “We are seeing rapid deployment and we’ll see over the next couple of months additional rapid deployment of some of the larger projects.’’ In letters to state lawmakers and members of Florida’s congressional delegation, Crist cited a Government Accountability Office report that focuses on stimulus spending for education, transportation and Medicaid. Winstead spoke about it in a teleconference with reporters. In August, U.S. Rep. James Oberstar, a Minnesota Democrat who chairs the House Transportation and Infrastructure Committee, sent Crist a letter chiding Florida for ranking last in spending stimulus money designated for highway projects and urged him to “refocus your efforts.’’

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2008 Komatsu PC50-MR2, Stk# 6352, OROPS, 18 hrs, 18" Bkt, (16' digging depth, 19'7" Reach), Aux Hyd, Rubber Tracks....................................................$42,500

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2003 Cat D4G XL, #6166, OROPS, Sweeps, Screens, Genie GTH636, #6421, 6,000 lbs., 36 ft., 887 hrs, 4WD, 90% Foam Filled Tires, JD Eng ............$29,500 60% U/C, 6-Way Blade, 7294 Hrs ....................$29,500


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ICUEE CELEBRATES SECOND LARGEST SHOW IN ITS HISTORY

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CENTRAL EQUIPMENT COMPANY APPOINTED AS TEREX DISTRIBUTOR

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Great Used Equipment Values ARTICULATED TRUCKS

CRUSHERS

GRAPPLES

TRACK LOADERS

1970 EUCLID B30, S/N 62E1958 ........................$13,000 1970 EUCLID B30, S/N 62E1821 ........................$13,000 1970 EUCLID B30, S/N 62E1816 ........................$13,000 1970 EUCLID B30, S/N 62E1957 ........................$13,000 2004 JCB 714, S/N E0830195 ............................$53,600 2004 JOHN DEERE 400D, S/N BE400DT201041 .............. ..........................................................................$135,200 2006 KOMATSU HM300-0, S/N A11002 ..........$131,600 1994 VOLVO A25C, S/N A25V8715 ....................$33,500 (2) 1994 VOLVO A30, S/N V1487 ..............From $30,100 (2) 1998 VOLVO A35C, S/N V5086 ............From $42,700 2001 VOLVO A35D, S/N 61113 ..........................$73,000

2006 BL PEGSON 1000SR, S/N 100312DDSR ..$$362,000 2004 CEC 102X115, S/N 4538 ..........................$$161,500 2007 EAGLE 1200-25, S/N 30696......................$$346,300 2003 EXTEC 1013, S/N 7864 ............................$$200,500 2001 EXTEC MEGA-BITE, S/N 6024 ..................$$136,200 2006 IROCK RDS15H, S/N P90216 ..................$$451,300

2007 PEMBERTON CAST, S/N C/EGR-004-4-0606 .......... $11,600 ............................................................................$ (3) 2007 PEMBERTON MATERIAL, S/N MDG300-194-5$11,600 0607 ....................................................................$

(2) 2000 JOHN DEERE 555G, S/N 890992 ..........$$21,500 2005 TAKEUCHI TL140, S/N 21402461 ..............$$17,000

CURB & GUTTER MACHINES

2006 RAMMER S-27, S/N 27AAA0667 ..................$$8,600 2003 STANLEY MB50EXS, S/N 2279 ....................V VALUE!

2008 Bengal TG1000P ..........................................$$9,600 2005 GOMACO GT3600, S/N 902900-641 ..........$$90,400 2006 GOMACO GT3600, S/N 902900716 ..........$$120,000

DRILLS

ASPHALT PAVERS 1999 BLAW KNOX PF161, S/N 16126-04 ..........$24,300 1998 BLAW KNOX PF3172, S/N 317211-08 ......$29,500 2000 LEEBOY 8500, S/N 2497-8500 ..................$18,500

BACKHOE LOADERS 2006 DEERE 410G, S/N 946106 ..........................$ $46,000 2005 JCB 214 SERIES III, S/N 904421 ................$ $20,700 2004 JOHN DEERE 210LE, S/N T0210LE882955.............. $16,000 ............................................................................$ 2002 JOHN DEERE 310G, S/N 907184 ................$ $24,200 2004 JOHN DEERE 310SG, S/N 926142 ..............$ $29,000 $45,000 2004 JOHN DEERE 710G, S/N 939117 ................$ 2003 VOLVO BL70D, S/N 10269 ..........................$ $28,200

CHIPPER 2002 CBI 4000B, S/N 4840HZK34123A0660 ....$ $152,000

COMPACTORS $6,000 2004 AMPAC P33/23, S/N 33071104 ....................$ 2001 BOMAG BW142PDB-2, S/N 136510511036 ............ $14,000 ............................................................................$ 1994 DYNAPAC CA151PD, S/N 59810775 ..........$ $21,700 2000 DYNAPAC CA250PD, S/N 65320989 ..........$ $31,100 1996 FORD LN8000, S/N 1FDXR82EXTVA27463.............. $11,000 ............................................................................$ 2006 HAMM 3410, S/N H1690654 ......................$ $37,000 2006 HAMM 3410, S/N H1690638 ......................$ $38,000 2006 HAMM 3410, S/N H1690694 ......................$ $38,000 1988 INGERSOLL RAND DD90, S/N 5454S ........$ $13,000 2000 INGERSOLL RAND PT125R, S/N 164701 ..$ $21,000 $61,500 2005 INGERSOLL RAND SD100D, S/N 151759 ..$ 1998 INGERSOLL RAND SD100F, S/N 154044....$ $29,000 1997 INGERSOLL RAND SD70D, S/N 148473 ....$ $19,500 $27,000 2000 INGERSOLL RAND SD70D, S/N 163541 ....$ 2000 INGERSOLL RAND SD70D, S/N 165166 ....$ $27,700 1999 INGERSOLL RAND SD70F, S/N 157999......$ $19,000 $37,400 2006 INGERSOLL RAND SD70F, S/N 191728......$ 2003 INGERSOLL RAND SD77F, S/N 174481......$ $24,500 2005 INGERSOLL RAND SD77F TF, S/N 179314.............. $27,500 ............................................................................$ (2) 2005 SAKAI SV505T, S/N VSV16-40175........$ $44,600 1999 STONE 3100 WOLFPAC, S/N 2699294 ........$ $3,000 1999 Vibr omax W1103D, S/N JKC8302602 ........$ $33,200 2003 VIBROMAX W1105D, S/N JKC8305009......$ $32,500 (2) 2006 WACKER BS50-2I, S/N 88591....................$ $800 (2) 2003 WACKER RT820, S/N 5396924 ..............$ $6,500 $9,200 (4) 2006 WACKER RT82SC, S/N 5671753 ............$

CONCRETE PUMPS 2000 CONCORD CCP 36M15, S/N $121,500 1M2K197C21M017771 ......................................$ 1999 Mack MR688, S/N 1M2K189C5XM013746.............. $89,800 ............................................................................$ 2004 MACK MR688S, S/N 1M2K197C74M023571 .......... $182,300 ..........................................................................$

CONVEYORS 2005 POWERSCREEN 1400, S/N 6614644 ........$ $101,500 2006 POWERSCREEN M85, S/N 6103501 ..........$ $38,500 2007 RADIAL CONVEYOR STACKING, S/N 24X60-07$12,200 0101 ....................................................................$

2006 ATLAS COPCO ECM590, S/N 11457 ........$$161,500 2008 DITCH WITCH JT1220, S/N J1220A80000278 ........ ............................................................................$$64,000 2007 DITCH WITCH JT520, S/N CMWFT5XXE70000081.. ............................................................................$$40,000

EXCAVATORS 2001 BOBCAT 331D, S/N 232511818 ..................$$12,200 2002 BOBCAT 341D, S/N 233212073 ..................$$19,100 2001 DAEWOO S170-V, S/N 1041 ......................$$30,000 2001 DEERE 200LC, S/N 501934 ........................$$32,000 2004 DEERE 330CLC, S/N 82918 ........................$$54,500 2004 HITACHI EX550LC, S/N 7417 ....................$$124,100 2006 HITACHI ZX350LC-3, S/N FF00ASP920074 ............ ..........................................................................$$100,000 2004 JOHN DEERE 160C, S/N FF160CX044325 .............. ............................................................................$$47,500 1998 JOHN DEERE 230LC, S/N FF0230X060077.............. ............................................................................$$33,200 2004 JOHN DEERE 330C LC, S/N 082992 ..........$$67,000 2003 JOHN DEERE 330CL, S/N 082448 ..............$$59,000 2005 JOHN DEERE 330CL, S/N 083241 ..............$$76,000 2005 JOHN DEERE 330CL, S/N 804394 ..............$$76,000 1999 JOHN DEERE 330LC, S/N FF0330X080564.............. ............................................................................$$39,500 2004 JOHN DEERE 330LC, S/N 082657 ..............$$67,000 2003 JOHN DEERE 450CLC, S/N FF450CX091265 .......... ............................................................................$$80,300 1999 JOHN DEERE 450L, S/N FF0450X090297 ..$$49,000 1999 JOHN DEERE 450LC, S/N 90419 ................$$51,700 1988 JOHN DEERE 790D, S/N 790DL007763......$$12,200 2006 KOBELCO 70SR, S/N YT0306041 ....................P POR 2002 KOBELCO SK200SR, S/N YB0201701 ........$$38,500 2001 Kobelco SK250, S/N LL08U0421................$$35,900 1998 KOBELCO SK300LC, S/N YCU0961 ............$$24,500 2004 Kobelco SK330, S/N YC07-U0745 ..............$$50,100 2003 KOBELCO SK480, S/N YS06U0273 ............$$56,000 2007 KOMATSU 78MR, S/N 1002449..................$$43,500 2001 KOMATSU PC300LC, S/N A84699 ..............$$50,000 2000 KOMATSU PC300LC-6LE, S/N A84629 ......$$45,500 (2) 2004 KOMATSU PC300LC-7, S/N J20408......$$87,500 2003 KOMATSU PC400LC-6, S/N A85328 ..........$$85,000 2005 KOMATSU PC600LC-7, S/N 20108 ..........$$225,000 2007 TAKEUCHI TB145, S/N 14516716 ..............$$34,100 2007 TAKEUCHI TB175, S/N 17515812 ..............$$53,400 2003 VOLVO EC210BLC, S/N EC210BLC11522 ..$$49,800 2007 VOLVO EC210CL, S/N 210C110192 ............$$75,000 2003 VOLVO EC240BLC, S/N V10780..................$$58,500 (6) VOLVO EC330BLC, S/N V10081 ..........FFrom $60,800 2005 VOLVO EC360BLC, S/N 11632 ....................$$93,600 2006 VOLVO EC460BLC, S/N 80037 ..................$$139,500

FORESTRY 2002 JOHN DEERE 843H, S/N 882070 ................$$49,000 1993 MORBARK WOLVERINE, S/N 4172 ............$$19,800 2000 MULTITEK 3040-90XP FIREWOO, S/N 5050200 .... ............................................................................$$36,500 2005 TIMBER KING TK722, S/N C10300205 ....$$109,500 2005 WARATAH HTH622B, S/N 622342 ..............$$48,500

HAMMERS

HORIZONTAL GRINDERS 2007 MORBARK 4600XL, S/N 188-1042 ..........$$382,800

LIFT TRUCKS 2007 CLARK CMP70, S/N CMP570D-0894-9590 ............ $31,400 ............................................................................$ 2006 GEHL RS5-34, S/N RS5JW0912223 ..........$$26,000 2007 GENIE GTH-5519, S/N 16804 ....................$$31,500 (2) 2004 KOMATSU FG35ST-7, S/N 103491..........$$8,500 1994 Moffet M5000, S/N 4414 ..............................$$4,400 $18,200 (2) 2005 PRINCETON PB-50, S/N P10462 ..........$ 2000 Skytrak 8042, S/N 13340............................$ $21,100 (2) 2006 TAYLOR THC-300S, S/N 33008 ..........$$100,000 2006 TAYLOR THC-400L, S/N 33106 ................$$116,500

MISCELLANEOUS 2007 DITCH WITCH FX30, S/N FX30X0436 ........$ $27,500 1996 INGERSOLL RAND 185, S/N 144690 ............$$3,800

TRACK TYPE TRACTORS 2001 DEERE 550H, S/N 898990 ..........................$$31,000 2004 DEERE 650H, S/N 930092 ..........................$$35,500 2004 DEERE 650H, S/N 931730 ..........................$$35,500 2004 DEERE 650H LGP, S/N 926713 ..................$$46,500 2004 DEERE 700H, S/N 938631 ..........................$$52,500 2000 JOHN DEERE 450H, S/N 883527 ................$$23,500 2003 JOHN DEERE 450H, S/N T0450HX913212 $27,500 2007 JOHN DEERE 450J LGP, S/N 117871 ........$$40,800 1998 JOHN DEERE 650G LGP, S/N 84881.......... $24,500 (3) 2000 JOHN DEERE 650H, S/N 891545 ...................... ..................................................................FFr om $29,500 2005 JOHN DEERE 850JLT, S/N TO850JX113640 ............ ..........................................................................$$117,000 2004 KOMATSU D39EX-21A, S/N 1578 ..............$$39,600 2004 KOMATSU D39EX-21A, S/N 1553 ..............$$39,600 (2) 2005 KOMATSU D39EX-21A, S/N 1721 ........$$45,100

TRACTORS AG 2002 MASSEY FERGUSON 243, S/N J23115 ........$$6,100 2005 MASSEY FERGUSON 461, S/N EP10060 ......$$9,200 (4) 2003 MASSEY FERGUSON MF451-4, S/N BN15020 .. ....................................................................FFr om $7,000 2002 McCORMICK F70XL, S/N PFKCM50202 ....$$11,200

MIXER

TRAILER - REEFERS

(3) 2006 MACK CV713, S/N 1M2AG11C16M030801........ $78,000 ............................................................................$

MOTOR GRADERS

(2) 1999 TRAILER HEATED, S/N 1GRAA0620XB024202 .. ..............................................................................$$3,900 1997 TRAILER REFRIGERATED, S/N 1GRAA062XVB089443 ..........................................$$7,300

2004 JOHN DEERE 670CH, S/N DW670CH590183 .......... ............................................................................$$82,100 2000 KOMATSU GD530A-2, S/N 210391 ............$ $51,500 2004 KOMATSU GD655-3C, S/N 51038 ............$$112,300

2007 SMITHCO SL24034, S/N 1S9SS40227L476357 ...... ............................................................................$$33,000

TRAILER SIDE DUMP

MULTI-PROCESSOR

TRENCHER

2002 Labounty UP30, S/N UP30204 ..................$ $26,200

1999 DITCH WITCH 3700LJ, S/N 3X0647 ............$$3,900

PULVERIZER

TRUCK CRANES

1973 Bros LSPRM8A, S/N 4150 ............................$$6,000

1987 LIEBHERR LTM1160, S/N 12413 ..............$$295,200 1988 MACK RD690SX, S/N 1M2P199C7JW003016 ........ ............................................................................$$62,000 2006 STERLING LT7501, S/N 2FZHATDCX6AV55737 ...... ..........................................................................$$152,400

SCRAPERS - MOTORS 1988 JOHN DEERE 862B, S/N 744221 ................$ $17,000 (3) 1979 TEREX TS14B, S/N 17U0T61100 ...................... ..................................................................FFrom $13,000

SCRAPER - PULL TYPE 1975 ROME R67H, S/N R67H10516 ......................$$1,500

SCREENING PLANTS 2007 EXTEC E7, S/N 10502 ..............................$$155,000 2006 WILDCAT 510 COUGAR, S/N $63,500 1W9SS26156F351462 ........................................$

SKID STEER LOADERS 2002 BOBCAT A300, S/N 539911335 ..................$$17,100 2007 DITCH WITCH XT850, S/N $16,500 CMWXT850C8C80000256....................................$ 1998 JOHN DEERE 8875, S/N 040509 ................$$10,000

SKIDDER 2003 JOHN DEERE 648G-III TC, S/N 588699 ......$$45,500

STABILIZER/RECLAIMER 2005 ZIPPER AZ-480HD, S/N 109FS08235U022988........ ............................................................................$$35,000

TUB GRINDER 1999 DIAMOND Z 1352BL1, S/N 1D9FX4232XN147001 .. ..........................................................................$$150,800 2007 Ver meer TG7000, S/N 1VRY4536271000154 ........ ..........................................................................$$378,000

WHEEL LOADERS 1999 DEERE 644H, S/N 572749 ..........................$$46,700 1999 JOHN DEERE 444H, S/N DW444HX573676 ............ ............................................................................ $26,500 1999 JOHN DEERE 544H, S/N 572508 ................$$35,000 2000 JOHN DEERE 624H, S/N 578008 ................$$41,000 2003 JOHN DEERE 724J, S/N 588116 ................$$70,500 (2) 2006 KAWASAKI KSS65Z-V, S/N 65C4-5475 .............. Fr om $53,200 ..................................................................F 1998 KOMATSU WA180-3L, S/N A90247 ............$$27,400 1997 KOMATSU WA250, S/N A70085..................$$24,200 2006 KOMATSU WA250PT-5L, S/N A79287 ........$$63,000 1998 KOMATSU WA450-3, S/N 53217 ................$$36,900 2001 VOLVO L70D, S/N V19086 ..........................$$41,400 2005 VOLVO L70E, S/N V60611 ..........................$$71,000

Machines are located in various parts of the U.S. Please call for locations and pricing. Visit our website at FCCEF.com for pictures and more information. Call Darold Longhofer at (904)625-9259 or Cell (904)610-7939 or Home (904)880-3587. Allen Breinig at (904)625-9290. Tom Camphire at (904)625-9263. In Mexico call Luis Ramirez at 01 81 24 51 42 34 or cell 044 81 15 08 47 96. El Cercado (Monterrey) NL. Email daroldlonghofer@fccef.com. thomascamphire@fccef.com allenbreinig@fccef.com

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Caterpillar Used Equipment

2005 CAT 247B, S/N MTL01838, 1082 HOURS $18,000

2004 CAT 226B, S/N MJH00559, 1479 HOURS $15,000

2008 CAT 297C, S/N GCP00811, 445 HOURS $46,800

2005 CAT 420D, S/N FDP22215, 1140 HOURS $40,000

2007 CAT 414E, S/N ELB00256, 1004 HOURS $38,000

2006 CAT TH460B, S/N SLF02292, 1000 HOURS $62,000

2006 CAT 345CL, S/N DHP00326, 2534 HOURS $190,000

2007 CAT D6RIIIXL, S/N GJB00954, 1608 HOURS $225,000

AG TRACTORS 2005 AGCO-CHALLENGER MT275B, S/N JNB23201 ..............$15,500 2005 AGCO-CHALLENGER MT265B, S/N JNA04547 ..............$15,500 2005 AGCO-CHALLENGER MT265B, S/N JPA03227 ..............$15,500

BACKHOE LOADERS 2005 2006 2005 2005 2006 2005 2003

CATERPILLAR CATERPILLAR CATERPILLAR CATERPILLAR CATERPILLAR CATERPILLAR CATERPILLAR

420D, S/N FDP23338, 1547 Hrs ..............$40,000 420EST, S/N HLS02063, 1200 Hrs ..........$48,000 446D, S/N DBL00407, 5537 Hrs ..............$54,000 446D, S/N DBL00406, 4139 Hrs ..............$54,000 446D, S/N DBL00587, 2298 Hrs ..............$78,000 420D, S/N FDP22215, 1140 Hrs ..............$40,000 420D, S/N FDP10185, 4190 Hrs ..............$30,000

INDUSTRIAL LOADERS 2007 2007 2008 2007

CATERPILLAR CATERPILLAR CATERPILLAR CATERPILLAR

414E, 414E, 414E, 414E,

S/N S/N S/N S/N

ELB00256, ELB00209, ELB00652, ELB00168,

878 512 202 236

Hrs Hrs Hrs Hrs

................$38,000 ................$38,000 ................$45,000 ................$38,000

MOTOR GRADERS 2006 CATERPILLAR 140HNA, S/N CCA02640, 1450 Hrs ......$175,000 2006 CATERPILLAR 140HNA, S/N CCA02637, 2504 Hrs ......$175,000 1974 CATERPILLAR 16G, S/N 93U00611..................................$60,000

MULTI TERRAIN LOADERS 2007 2006 2007 2005 2007 2007 2005

CATERPILLAR CATERPILLAR CATERPILLAR CATERPILLAR CATERPILLAR CATERPILLAR CATERPILLAR

297C, 257B, 257B, 247B, 247B, 247B, 247B,

S/N S/N S/N S/N S/N S/N S/N

GCP00476, 868 Hrs ....................POR SLK05884, 540 Hrs ................$24,000 SLK06510, 519 Hrs ................$29,000 MTL02107, 1292 Hrs ..............$18,000 MTL03998, 1081 Hrs ..............$25,000 MTL04641, 32 Hrs ..................$36,000 MTL01838, 1082 Hrs ..............$18,000

OFF HIGHWAY TRUCKS 1999 KOMATSU HD605-5, S/N 1030, 18001 Hrs ....................$175,000

SKID STEER LOADERS 2006 CATERPILLAR 248B, S/N SCL01575, 639 Hrs ................$28,000 2007 CATERPILLAR 272C, S/N RED00565, 46 Hrs ..................$44,000

2007 CATERPILLAR 272C, S/N RED00702, 156 Hrs ................$44,000 2005 CATERPILLAR 226B, S/N MJH04416, 1450 Hrs ..............$16,000 2004 CATERPILLAR 226B, S/N MJH00559, 1479 Hrs ..............$15,000

TELEHANDLERS 2006 2005 2004 2006 2006 2003

CATERPILLAR CATERPILLAR CATERPILLAR CATERPILLAR CATERPILLAR CATERPILLAR

TH360B, TH560B, TH560B, TH460B, TH460B, TH460B,

S/N S/N S/N S/N S/N S/N

SLE04675, 1226 Hrs ..........$45,000 SLG00747, 1216 Hrs..........$65,000 SLG00629, 1734 Hrs..........$60,000 SLF02293, 1000 Hrs ..........$62,000 SLF02292, 1198 Hrs ..........$62,000 SLF00356, 2321 Hrs ..........$42,000

TRACK EXCAVATORS 2006 2006 2001 2006 2006 2006 2007 2003 2004 2006 1995

CATERPILLAR 345CL, S/N DHP00326, 2534 Hrs..........$200,000 CATERPILLAR 345CLVG, S/N TDG00296, 3888 Hrs ....$235,000 CATERPILLAR 330BL, S/N 6DR04927, 8169 Hrs ............$65,000 CATERPILLAR 345CL, S/N PJW00947, 2496 Hrs..........$235,000 CATERPILLAR 325CL, S/N BFE02129, 2150 Hrs ..........$135,000 CATERPILLAR 320CL, S/N PAB06019, 2040 Hrs ..........$100,000 CATERPILLAR 345CL, S/N PJW02019, 1206 Hrs..........$298,000 CATERPILLAR 330CL, S/N DKY00837, 4612 Hrs ..........$130,000 CATERPILLAR 322CL, S/N HEK00738, 1238 Hrs ..........$110,000 CATERPILLAR 320CL, S/N PAB05666, 1185 Hrs ..........$110,000 DEERE & CO. 992E, S/N 6086, 12109 Hrs ......................$30,000

TRACK LOADERS 2005 CATERPILLAR 973C, S/N BCP00218, 4522 Hrs ............$165,000 2007 CATERPILLAR 963C, S/N BBD03012, 947 Hrs ..............$198,000 2005 CATERPILLAR 953C, S/N BBX02204, 1257 Hrs ..............$98,000

TRACK TYPE TRACTORS 2005 2006 2008 2006 2006 2000 1978 2007 2005 2004

CATERPILLAR CATERPILLAR CATERPILLAR CATERPILLAR CATERPILLAR CATERPILLAR CATERPILLAR CATERPILLAR CATERPILLAR CATERPILLAR

D8T, S/N KPZ00816, 4287 Hrs ..............$340,000 D5GXL, S/N WGB03399, 1067 Hrs..........$68,000 D6KXL, S/N FBH00769, 225 Hrs ..........$162,000 D6RIIIXL, S/N GJB00459, 1887 Hrs ......$169,000 D5GXL, S/N WGB03379, 1402 Hrs..........$68,000 D6R, S/N 3ZN00743, 8214 Hrs ................$80,000 D8K, S/N 77V10941, 9999 Hrs ................$45,000 D6RIIIXL, S/N GJB00954, 1608 Hrs ......$225,000 D7RIIXR, S/N AGN00856, 2923 Hrs ......$225,000 D5NXL, S/N AGG01081, 2815 Hrs ..........$75,000

VIBRATORY DOUBLE DRUM ASPHALT 2007 2006 2006 2006 2006

CATERPILLAR CATERPILLAR CATERPILLAR CATERPILLAR CATERPILLAR

CB-334EII, S/N C3A00446, 312 Hrs ........$32,000 CB-534D, S/N FGH00603, 473 Hrs..........$68,000 CB-214E, S/N 21401084, 301 Hrs ..........$19,000 CB-214E, S/N 21400839, 172 Hrs ..........$19,000 CB-224E, S/N 22401807, 365 Hrs ..........$24,000

VIBRATORY SINGLE DRUM PAD 2005 CATERPILLAR CP-433E, S/N ASN00462, 1055 Hrs ........$52,000

VIBRATORY SINGLE DRUM SMOOTH 2005 CATERPILLAR CS-563E, S/N CNG00981, 1440 Hrs........$72,000 2005 CATERPILLAR CS-433E, S/N ASR00621, 835 Hrs ..........$50,000

WHEEL LOADERS/INTEGRATED TOOLCARRIERS 2005 1999 2007 2006 1999 2005

CATERPILLAR CATERPILLAR CATERPILLAR CATERPILLAR CATERPILLAR CATERPILLAR

938GII, S/N RTB01165, 2589 Hrs ............$90,000 980G, S/N 9CM01280, 27737 Hrs............$70,000 972H, S/N A7D00402, 2560 Hrs ............$275,000 928GZ, S/N DJD02138, 1948 Hrs ............$85,000 980G, S/N 9CM01438, 11564 Hrs ..........$100,000 928GZ, S/N DJD01685, 9359 Hrs ............$58,000

WHEEL TRACTOR SCRAPERS 1987 2007 2007 2006 2005 2006 2006

CATERPILLAR 613C, S/N 92X01263, 9357 Hrs ..............$15,000 CATERPILLAR 613C, S/N 8LJ03321, 730 Hrs................$160,000 CATERPILLAR 613C, S/N 8LJ03320, 1112 Hrs ..............$160,000 CATERPILLAR 613C, S/N 8LJ03118, 1484 Hrs ..............$130,000 CATERPILLAR 613C, S/N 8LJ02803, 1996 Hrs................$98,000 EJECT SYSTEMS EQ SC17, S/N 341L ............................$35,000 EJECT SYSTEMS EQ SC17, S/N 342R ............................$35,000

WT- BLADES CATERPILLAR 72 ANGLE BLADE, S/N VA002668 ....................$2,000

WT- GRAPPLE 2002 CATERPILLAR M325GRAPPL, S/N HGK00108, 1 Hr ..........POR

WT- HAMMER 2002 CATERPILLAR H100, S/N 4ML00262 ....................................POR

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2000 KOMATSU PC128UU-2, Stk# 12157, 5404 hours, Cab w/Air, offset boom ........................................................................$54,445

2005 KOMATSU WA500-3, Stk# 12249, 6122 Hrs, ROPS Cab, A/C, GP Bucket w/BOCE....................................................................$183,334

2005 KOMATSU WA200PTL-5, Stk# 12482, 5775 Hrs, Cab, GP Bucket ................................................................................$72,223

2006 KOMATSU PC300-7, Stk# 11292, 507 hours, Cab with A/C, 10'5" Stick, 30" Track........................................................$216,667 All certified machines include a minimum of 30 days powertrain warranty. All certified machines include the following financing (OAC). Subject to change without notice. 12 Months - 3.5% • 24 Months - 4.5% • 36 Months - 5.5% • 48 Months - 6.5%

Miscellaneous

Year

STK#

Hours

KOMATSU D65E-12

2001

12234

3235

Excavators Crawlers Year

STK#

Hours

KOMATSU PC120-6E0 2003

12274

2253

$50,000

KOMATSU PC128UU-2 2000

12157

5404

$54,445

KOMATSU PC128UU-2 2000

12158

5257

$46,667

KOMATSU PC200-8

2006

11167

1281

$110,000

KOMATSU PC200LC-7 2005

11166

1645

$108,889

KOMATSU PC200LC-7 2005

11172

1592

$127,778

KOMATSU PC200LC-7 2005

11171

1499

$138,889

KOMATSU PC200LC-7 2005

11170

1268

$127,778

KOMATSU PC200-7

2004

11169

1157

$108,889

KOMATSU PC200-7

2004

10864

2168

$110,000

KOMATSU PC228US-3 2003

10865

2998

$83,334

KOMATSU PC300LC-7 2006

11292

512

$216,667

KOMATSU PC300LC-7 2005

11163

2229

$138,889

KOMATSU PC300LC-7 2005

11165

2066

$177,778

KOMATSU PC400LC-7 2005

9883

3183

$227,778

KOMATSU PC400LC-7 2005

11162

3482

$287,778

KOMATSU PC450LC-7 2005

9593

3756

$194,445

KOMATSU PC750LC-7 2005

9293

2939

$416,667

Year

STK#

Hours

KOMATSU WA200PTL-5 2005

12482

5808

$72,223

KOMATSU WA320-3L

1997

12322

11014

$45,556

KOMATSU WA380-5

2006

9790

1932

$127,778

KOMATSU WA380-5

2003

10867

5521

$116,667

KOMATSU WA380-3L

1998

12145

12294

$60,000

KOMATSU WA380-3

1998

9569

7250

$94,445

KOMATSU WA500-3LK 2005

12229

7131

$183,334

KOMATSU WA500-3LK 2005

12249

6124

$183,334

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1997 KOMATSU WA320-3L, Stk# 12322, 11000 Hrs, ROPS Cab, Fair Tires ............................................................................$45,556

2001 KOMATSU D65-12, Stk# 12234, 3233 hours, Cab with A/C, SU Blade and Ripper ..........................................................$75,000

2005 KOMATSU PC400LC-7, Stk# 9883, 3183 hours, Cab w/AC .. ........................................................................................$227,778

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Western States Showcases GPS Technology at Demo in Boise

Western States hosted a construction technology demonstration event for its customers Sept. 15 to 17 behind the Boise First Community Center, located at 3852 N. Eagle Road in Boise, Idaho.

Western States hosted a construction technology demonstration event for its customers Sept. 15 to 17. The event took place behind the Boise First Community Center, located at 3852 N Eagle Road in Boise, Idaho, and displayed the latest in Trimble and Cat machine control technology. This Western States Technology Solutions demo benefited the Idaho Sports Foundation. Western States cleared 18 acres of land to help prepare for future soccer fields, football fields, baseball fields, softball fields and much more. This unique sports complex will benefit the community of the Treasure Valley and the surrounding areas for generations. One beneficiary of the event is Central Paving of Boise who is able to speed its jobsite production of the I-84 and Vista interchange in Boise with the use of laser and GPS technology. The Technology Group of Western States supplies customers such as Central Paving, HK Construction, and B&G Dirtworks with laser and GPS technology that is mounted on equipment. The purpose is to help control the costs of earth moving services and ensure grade control accuracy for jobs such as airports, commercial building pads, roadways and land-

With the help of the Trimble and AccuGrade technology, this operator takes control of this Cat track loader.

This Caterpillar dozer shows off Trimble technology at Western States’s demo.

scape projects. “With the use of the technology provided by Western States, we’re able to finish a job faster,” said Ryan Ward, project manager for Central Paving. “In a large job like the Vista interchange near the Boise airport, we’ll be able to get the grading done quicker and avoid scheduling complications.” “Our laser and GPS technology provides contractors with position information and automation of machinery to control grade in real time,” said Michael Hasslbauer, technology solutions manager of Western States. “The real time application of information boosts efficiency and puts the contractor and operator in control of saving machine time, man hours, fuel and survey costs.” As an authorized Trimble and AccuGrade dealer, Western States Equipment offers the laser and GPS technology as part of its total equipment and service package. The Trimble and AccuGrade products help contractors optimize their productivity by providing layout tools for site preparation, along with complete accuracy in leveling the site to align with construction documents and plans. The technology allows for integrating measurement, data management and machine operations into a consolidated, easy-to-manage system. With the help of the Trimble and

Guests were served lunch at the Western States’s demonstration.

As demonstrated on this Cat motorgrader, the Trimble and Caterpillar AccuGrade laser products provide grade control for flat surfaces and sloping planes with high precision and can be used for both interior and exterior applications.

AccuGrade technology, machine operators have increased confidence that their performance meets job site expectations and site managers can track progress in real time. “With the GPS 3D modeling of the job site, the grade control on the equipment controls all cuts and fills without having someone on the ground,” said Ward. “With this capability, we’re able to finish grading in a day and move straight to gravel.” Western States Equipment recently showcased its technology solutions to more than 40 companies. Regional contractor, Scott Goitiandia, owner of B&G Dirtworks in Hailey, Idaho, attended the event.

Western States will be clearing 18 acres of land to help prepare for future soccer, football, baseball and softball fields and much more.

Western States Equipment recently showcased its technology solutions to more than 40 companies.

“This kind of technology is the wave of the future because it gives contractors incredible precision in leveling,” said Goitiandia. He continued by saying that without this technology, contractors in highway work will be left behind. The Trimble and Caterpillar AccuGrade laser products provide grade control for flat surfaces and sloping planes with high precision and can be used for both interior and exterior applications. The laser technology is optimal for job sites such as airports and large commercial building pads. The same platforms can be fitted with GPS technology, which provides a threedimensional model of grade control to be replicated on the ground. GPS is best suited for mass excavation projects such as heavy highway and roadwork, as well as large site improvement. With more than 70 years experience in the mining, construction, agricultural, and governmental industries, Western States, an authorized Caterpillar dealer for five mountain states, has 12 general line and truck engine branches and 12 Cat Rental Stores located in Idaho, western Wyoming and Montana, and eastern Oregon and Washington. For more information, call 208/888-2287 or visit www.westernstatescat.com.

The Technology Group of Western States supplies customers such as Central Paving, HK Construction, and B&G Dirtworks with laser and GPS technology that is mounted on equipment.


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www.titanmachinery.com Belgrade, MT 406-388-5500

Billings, MT 406-259-5500

Casper, WY 307-234-5381

Cheyenne, WY 307-638-4400

Excavators

2004 Case CX460, CJ2612, 5050 hours, 100,000 lb class, Cab/heat/air, 36” tracks 70%, 11’ arm, 54” GP bucket, Safety valve ......................................$150,000

2005 Case CX330, CS1348, 1025 hours, 78,000 lb class, Cab/heat/air, Aux. hydraulics, 10’ 8” arm, Control pattern, 32” tracks 90% ....................$139,500

2008 Kobelco SK210, CG3438, 575 hours, 45,000 lb class, Cab/heat/air, JRB coupler, 32” track 100%, Control pattern, Long stick ................................................................................$157,500 2005 Terex TX340LC-1, CO1509, 1910 hours, 77,000 lb class, Cab/heat/air, ACS hydraulic coupler, 13’ 5” arm, 34” track............ ........................................................................................$150,000 2005 Case CX330, C41201, 2030 hours, 78,000 lb class, Cab/heat/air, 10’ 8” arm, 21’ boom, Control pattern, 48” GP bucket ....................................................................................$125,000 2006 Case CX210, C30020, 1260 hours, 44,000 lb class, Cab/heat/air, Aux. hydraulics, 9’ 10” arm, Control pattern, 42” bkt. w/thumb ..................................................................$112,000 2002 Case CX330, CJ2613, 4370 hours, 78,000 lb class, Cab/heat/air, 10’ 8” arm, 32” tracks 80%, 48” GP bucket, Safety valve................................................................................$112,000 2006 Case CX160, C20030, 1970 hours, 36,300 lb class, Cab/heat/air, Aux. hydraulics, 8’10” arm, Control pattern, 36” bucket ............................................................................$100,000 2004 Case CX460, CO2187, 6490 hours, 100,000 lb class, Cab/heat/air, 11’ arm, 54” HD bucket, Hendrix quick coupler, 54” HD bucket ........................................................................$99,899 2005 Kobelco SK210LC, C40100, 2580 hours, 45,000 class, Cab/heat/air, 20’ 10” arm, 28’8” boom, 32” track, 60” ditching bkt.....................................................................................$96,000 2007 Case CX135SR, CN5129, 25 hours, 30,000 lb class, Cab/heat/air, Aux. hydraulics, 24” track, 36” GP bucket ..$94,949 2003 Caterpillar 320CL, C50200, 4295 hours, 46,000 lb class, Cab/heat/air, 9’ 7” arm, 32” track, 48” GP Bucket ............$90,909 2006 Kobelco SK160LC, C30018, 2000 hours, 36,800 lb class, Cab/heat/air, Aux. hydraulics, 10’ 2” arm, Control pattern, 36” GP bkt.....................................................................................$85,000 2006 Case CX210, CN5128, 2150 hours, 44,000 lb class, Cab/heat/air, 9’ 10” arm, Control pattern, 42” Bkt. w/Mechanical thumb ..............................................................................$84,800 2003 Case CX210, CL0843, 3600 hours, 44,000 lb class, Cab/heat./air, Aux. hydraulics, 9’ 8” arm, 42” GP bkt. w/hyd. Thumb, 32” tracks ............................................................$66,000 2002 Case CX210, CK1685, 4875 hours, 44,000 lb class, Cab/heat/air, Aux. hydraulics, 10’ arm, 32” track 50%, 48” GP bucket ..............................................................................$65,500 2005 Case CX80, CE3923, 1810 hours, 18, 300 lb class, Cab/heat/air, 6’ 11” arm, Swing boom, 24” bkt. w/teeth, 24” rubber track, Control Pattern..................................................$58,750

Articulated Haulers

2006 Case CX210, C40108, 1175 hours, 44,000 lb. class, Cab/heat/air, Aux. hydraulics, 7’ 10” arm, Control pattern, 42” bucket ..............................$95,000

2005 Case 330, CO1516, 2400 hours, Cab/heat/air, 23.5R25 Michelin tires, Tailgate, TV monitor, Beacon, Cold start..$229,000 2007 Case 330B, CS1066, 1170 hours, Cab/heat/air, 650/65R25 tires, Auto lube system, Rear camera and monitor, Beacon .......... ........................................................................................$225,000 2007 Case 330B, CG3080, 1170 hours, Cab/heat/air, 650/65R25 tires, Auto lube system, Engine retarder, Camera, Beacon ............ ........................................................................................$225,000 2003 Volvo A35D, CJ2835, 2420 hours, Cab/heat/air, Contronic display, Spill guard, 6WD (Davenport)............................$189,000 2006 Terex TA30, CT0098, 1085 hours, Cab/heat/air, 23.5R25 VLT Bridgestone tires, Heated body exhaust, Spill guard$185,000 2006 Terex TA30, C40116, 1970 hours, Cab/heat/air, 23.5R25 VLT Bridgestone tires, Spill guard ..................................$175,000 2006 Case 330, CT0096, 1725 hours, Cab/heat/air, 23.5R25 Michelin tires, Cold start ................................................$170,000 2005 Case 330, CJ1549, 2460 hours, Cab/heat/air, 23.5R25 Michelin tires, Cold start, Remote mirrors, Rear TV ......$165,000 2005 Terex TA35, CO1441, 3050 hours, Cab/heat/air, 26.5R25 tires, Spill guard..............................................................$165,000 2005 Case 330, CT0086, 3375 hours, Cab/heat/air, 23.5R25 XADN Michelin tires, Cold start, Mechanical endgate ....$150,000 2005 Case 330, C10038, 2200 hours, Cab/heat/air, 23.5R25 XADN Michelin tires, Cold start ......................................$135,000

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Great Falls, MT 406-453-1405

Kalispell, MT 406-892-3666

Missoula, MT 406-543-7782

Wheel Loaders 2008 Case 821E, CS1190, 655 hours, 4 yd bucket w/JRB coupler, Cab/heat/air, 23.5R25 tires 100%, 3rd hyd. Function ............ ........................................................................................$152,500 2008 Case 621E, CC0372, 315 hours, 3 yd bucket w/ACS coupler, Cab/heat/air, 20.5R25 tires 90%, 3rd hyd. Function$150,000 2007 Case 821E, CG3323, 1200 hours, 4 yd bucket w/JRB coupler, Cab/heat/air, 23.5R25 tires 100%, 3rd hyd. Function, RC...... ........................................................................................$149,000 2008 Case 621E, CJ2697, 5 hours, 2.5 yd bucket, Cab/heat/air, 20.5X25 L3 tires, 3rd hyd. Function, Cold weather pkg., RC ........ ........................................................................................$142,700 2007 Case 721E, CJ1926, 800 hours, 3 yd bucket w/ACS coupler, Cab/heat/air, 20.5X25 tires, 3rd hyd. Function ........$142,000 2008 Case 721E, CG3326, 770 hours, 3.5 yd bucket w/JRB coupler, 20.5R25 tires 100%, Reversing fan ........................$135,000 2009 621E XT, CJ2751, 5 hours, 2.5 yd w/ACS coupler, Cab/heat/air, 20.5X25 tires, 3rd hyd. Function, Secondary steering ..................................................................................$131,850 2006 Case 821E, CG3682, 1980 hours, JRB coulpler w/ 4 yd bkt., Cab/air, 23.5R25 70% tires, 96”x72” JRB forks, RC ............ ........................................................................................$123,500 2006 Case 721D, CC0106, 1305 hours, 3.5 yd bkt., Cab/air, 20.5R25 Michelin 85% tires, 3rd spool, RC ..................$114,900 2008 Case 521E, CG3691, 370 hours, JRB coupler w/2 yd bkt., Cab/air, 20.5x25 95% tires, 3rd spool, RC, 3 yr or 3,000 hrs. FM warranty..........................................................................$107,775 2004 Hyundai HL760-7, CS1364, 4325 hours, 4 yd bkt., Cab w/air, 23.5x25 40% tires, 3rd spool, limited slip, RC ......$86,495 2006 Case 521D, CR0138, 490 hours, 2.25 yd bkt., Cab/air, 17.5R25 100% tires, Z-bar, RC, Tool box ........................$79,900 2008 Case 221E, CG3329, 265 hours, Q/C 1.3 yd bkt., Cab w/air, 405/70R20 100% tires, Hi speed, w/forks ........................$75,000 2005 Case 721D, CK1603, 4545 hours, 3 yd bucket w/JRB coupler, Cab/heat/air, 20.5R25 tires 40%, 3rd hyd. Function $73,753 2003 Case 621D, CN5121, 5205 hours, 2.5 yd bkt. w/ACS coupler, Cab w/air, 10% Michelin radials tires........................$67,547 2008 Case 221E, CH2088, 115 hours, 1.3 yd bkt w/universal coupler, Cab/heat/air, 3rd hyd. Function, Limited slip, RC $64,000 1990 Case 621, CS1416, 8500 hours, 2 yd bkt., Cab w/heat, 17.5x25 40% tires, 2 lever controls, Front brakes need work ...... ..........................................................................................$38,500

Backhoes 2007 Case 580SM-2, C40137, 1440 hours, 4WD, E-hoe, Cab/heat/air, pilot controls, RC, 50Th LIMITED EDITION..$61,000 2006 Case 580M-2, C40107, 1110 hours, 4WD, E-hoe, Cab/heat, 2 lever control, Ride control, 93” bkt. ..............................$60,000 2006 New Holland B95, C20940, 275 hours, 4WD, E-hoe, Cab/heat/air, Pilot controls, 88” loader bkt., 24” BH bkt. ..$54,000 2002 Case 580SM, C20983, 6250 hours, 4WD, E-hoe, Cab/heat/air, 2 lever, Aux. hydraulics, Ride control ..........$48,500 2000 Case 590SL-2, CS1460, 4180 hours, 4WD, E-hoe, Cab/heat, 2 lever control, Aux. hydraulics, Hyd. Coupler..$39,500 1997 Case 580SL, CF1273, 4920 hours, 4WD, E-hoe, Cab/heat, 4 lever controls, Power shuttle, 82” loader bkt. ..................$37,950 1998 Case 580SL-2, CR0224, 5125 hours, 4WD, E-hoe, Cab/heat, 2 lever control, Flip over pads ..........................$37,500 2001 Case 580SM, CK1676, 5590 hours, 4WD, E-hoe, Cab/heat, 2 lever control, Hyd. Coupler, 24” BH bkt. ........................$35,000 1999 Case 580L, CO2164, 2165 hours, 2WD, Standard hoe, Cab/heat, , 2 lever control, Aux. hydraulics, Flip over pads .......... ..........................................................................................$31,000 1999 New Holland 445D, CO2180, 1575 hours, 4WD, Cab/heat, 3 point hitch, Aux. hydraulics, 12x16.5 front tires 40%, 16.9-24 rear tires 50% ..................................................................$25,000 1992 John Deere 310D, CL0815, 4800 hours, 4WD, E-hoe, OROPS..............................................................................$20,000 1977 Case 580C, CJ2847, 2WD, Standard hoe, OROPS, 3 lever, 24” bucket ..........................................................................$9,500

2005 Case CX290, CF0838, 965 hours, 65,000 lb. class, Cab/heat/air, 10’ 6” arm, 32” tracks 70%, 1.8 yd GP w/teeth Esco bkt. ........................$162,218

2005 Case CX240, C41203, 1670 hours, 53,000 lb. class, Cab/heat/air, , Aux. hydraulics, 10’ 2” arm, Control pattern, 32” track ......................................$100,000

2004 Case CX160, CG3740, 2335 hours, 36,300 lb class, Cab/heat/air, Aux. hydraulics, 2 buckets, Hydraulic thumb, Frost ripper ..............................$76,750


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November 3, 2009 – Awards Gala. The Associated General Contractors of St. Louis cordially invite you to attend its Twelfth Annual Keystone Awards Gala at the Millennium Hotel - Ballroom, 200 South 4th Street, Downtown St. Louis. This event celebrates and honors the achievements of St. Louis construction firms and their employees in building the facilities that support and enhance the quality of life in Greater St. Louis. For further information please email info@agc.org or call 703/5483118. November 3, 2009 – Seminar. The Illinois Association of Aggregate Producers, in conjunction with Caterpillar, will conduct a training seminar on Wednesday, November 3, 2009 designed to help you and your employees understand safe work habits and recognize unsafe conditions when using heavy equipment. The evening of Tuesday, November 2, Caterpillar dealers have graciously offered to host a reception dinner at the Edwards Demonstration and Learning Center, Edwards, IL. For registration details, please contact Shawn McKinney, Outreach Manager, IAAP, Office: 217/241-1639 and Cell: 217/899-5125 or email: shawn@hansoninfosys.com. November 3-6, 2009 – Exhibition and Seminar. The Beijing International Machinery Exhibition and Seminar (BICES) and the Association of Equipment Manufacturers (AEM), have announced a cooperative effort to ensure a top-drawer international construction machinery exhibition in Beijing, China at the Jiuhua International Exhibition Center. For more information visit www.e-bices.org/en or phone 800-867-6060. November 19-20, 2009 – Convention. The Ohio Aggregates & Industrial Minerals Association (OAIMA) is going to hold their Annual Meeting & Convention at the Columbus Easton Hotel in Columbus, Ohio. For more information, visit their website at www.oaima.org or call to make reservations at 614-414-5000. December 2-3, 2009 – Forum. The National Utility Contractors Association has scheduled the Safety Directors Forum (SDF) at the New York Hotel, Las Vegas, NV. For further information please contact the NUCA at 703-358-9300. January 10-13, 2010 – EXPO ‘10. National Utility Contractors Association Utility Construction Expo, Walt Disney World Dolphin Hotel, Orlando, FL. NUCA is located in Arlington, VA. Call 703-358-9300 for further information. January 13-15, 2010 – EXPO ‘10. AG CONNECT Expo - Preview Day January 12, 2010 (by special admission), Orlando, FL. AG CONNECT Expo provides a world-class international forum for agriculture industry professionals to share global agricultural ideas and management trends. For information please call 800-867-6060. February 7-10, 2010 – SHOW. THE RENTAL SHOW returns to Orlando, FL at the Orange County Convention Center. The show will be in the North-South building, which is where the 2006 Show was held. Exhibitors and Rental Store Attendees can call 800-334-2177. March 17-20, 2010 – CONVENTION ‘10. Mark your calendar! AGC’s 91st Annual Convention will be held at the Marriott Orlando World Center in Orlando, FL. More information will be posted as soon as it is available.

Rescission of Funding Authority Left DOT Officials Scrambling in Colorado EXTENSION from page 1 lus and some movement to repeal the rescissions. It really is years of its effective authority). The sleight of hand was a lot of speculation at this point — but people at least are needed to help win legislative support. However, the sched- talking and trying to resolve this whole funding crisis.” uled rescissions never were voided, as planned, and inadverThe funding crisis for transportation — and, by extension, tently became effective Oct. 1. for transportation contractors — has numerous facets. “For most states, it is not hard cash money, just promise First, the highway trust fund is shaky. It twice has been money,” said Jim Berard, communications director of the depleted and re-infused with cash by Congress while lawHouse Transportation Committee and a veteran of the con- makers debate the best formula for guaranteeing trust funds gressional legislative process. “We gave the rescissions to in the future. Gas tax money no longer can be banked on to them [opponents of a more expensive transportation bill] in fund the nation’s infrastructure needs. Just solving this piece 2005. We wanted to finally pass a bill, so we decided to give of the transportation puzzle so far has eluded Congress. it to them and fix it later. We never fixed it.” Passage of a six-year transportation bill before a previous This cynical process of making law and establishing fund- bill expires repeatedly has proven too great a task for ing authority doesn’t inspire confidence in the executive Congress. September’s last-minute passage of the oneoffices of general contractors, where budgets are figured and month extension — flawed by the Senate’s failure to stop the books are kept less imaginarescissions — was the latest tively. Inspiring or not, the legislative misstep in that process ultimately is responseries. sible for most funding for So once again in 2009, highway projects, so state House and Senate members departments of transportanot only are debating what to tion and contractors now include in a six-year transanxiously await a resolution portation bill, they have yet of the dilemma. to decide whether to even Colorado is one of the pass a bill this year or to states where the rescission of defer it till next year … or funding authority has DOT perhaps till the year after officials scrambling. The that. Industry observers can state had about $115 million be forgiven for chewing their pulled back by the booknails to the nubs. keeping reversal. While AASHTO is Tony Dorsey actively monitoring the con“We definitely are going American Association of State Highway and Transportation to be affected,” said the gressional debate, it is not Officials Colorado DOT communicataking a position on the tions director, Stacy length of extensions — that Stegman. “A variety of projis, whether to extend the curects will be touched. We are rent law for a month at a trying to get a handle on it.” She noted the rescissions time, for three months, for 18 months or for some other periundoubtedly will impact work in the Denver metro area. od. “All we want is dependability in a funding system, a Stegman said the possibility of rescission was known all highway program that states and contractors and people who along and the state planned accordingly. Still, she said, ten- work on these projects can rely on,” Dorsey said a few days tative decisions were made on the assumption the money after the first extension took effect. would be available: Money was allocated, partnerships with Members of Congress wanting relatively quick passage of communities and counties were established and contracts a new bill fear that extensions several months in length will were worked up — all of which must be revisited now. only reduce the sense of urgency about getting the job done. From any perspective, it is a reversal of an orderly con- Irresolution is a crisis in itself, they said, and giving Congress tracting process and will slow transportation projects going a generous amount of time to come to agreement will only under contract and breaking ground. This comes at a time worsen it. when speeding up of construction activity is the top priority The Obama administration wants an 18-month extension in every state. of SAFETEA-LU for tactical reasons: Any discussion now Such inexplicable decision-making is becoming charac- of new taxing programs to generate billions of dollars in teristic of a Congress that remains distracted by the push for transportation money would muddy the discussion about new health care rules. The enormity of revamping health coming up with billions of dollars for a health care program. care, with its huge fiscal implications, has sidetracked most Hence, shelving the transportation bill is the whole idea. other legislative activity including enactment of a new transIn June, the House Transportation and Infrastructure comportation bill. mittee openly opposed the administration’s extension. AASHTO’s Dorsey said that “rumblings” and “things Committee members expressed in a letter their “profound going on under the radar” constitute most of what is hap- disappointment” in the administration’s “business-as-usual pening at the moment with a transportation bill. “There is a approach.” lot of talk about getting a six-year bill done sooner rather “That is the failed experience of the past,” wrote committhan later,” Dorsey said. “There’s talk about a second stimu-

“All we want is dependability in a funding system, a highway program that states and contractors and people who work on these projects can rely on.”

see EXTENSION page 26


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he International Construction and Utility Equipment Exposition (ICUEE) attracted more than 16,500 registered attendees — making it the second largest in show history despite a down economy, especially in construction-related markets. Also known as The Demo Expo for its trademark of extensive equipment demonstrations in job-like conditions, ICUEE 2009 took place Oct. 6 to 8 at the Kentucky Exposition Center in Louisville, Ky. More than 780 exhibitors used more than 1 million net sq. ft. of outdoor and indoor exhibit space. The show focuses on the utility/construction industry, including electric, phone and cable, sewer and water, gas, general construction, landscaping and public works. “The feedback was very positive from exhibitors and attendees. This was a great opportunity for the industry to get together and assess where they are now and plan for the future. ICUEE was definitely the place to be if you wanted to test-drive the latest equipment innovations and keep up to date on industry trends,” stated Show Director Melissa Magestro. “We encourage industry co-locations to bring maximum ROI to all participants, and ICUEE 2009 had a record number. Their support contributed greatly to our success.” The inaugural H2O-XPO of the National Rural Water Association (NRWA) chose to co-locate with ICUEE 2009, as did the iP Safety Conference and Expo (safety and training) and the IUV Technology Conference (design and engineering). NRWA held its annual convention in conjunction with ICUEE 2009. “Our industry has been one of the hardest hit during the recession, so we’re especially gratified by this support. Participants saw value in the type of face-to-face contact you can only get at trade shows, and the value of a quality show ‘run by the industry, for the benefit of the industry,’ which is our operating philosophy,” stated Magestro. An extensive and well-rounded education program also contributed to the success of ICUEE 2009. Attendees took advantage of more than 100 sessions to pro-actively manage their businesses to increase productivity and operating efficiencies. Field trips and an HDD workshop complemented the classroom learning. Among the “top 10” most popular education session topics were new opportunities in emerging “green” technologies such as solar and wind power, and a special panel discussion focused on the emerging “smart grid” electric power infrastructure. The number-one reason attendees come to ICUEE is to see new products and innovations, and a record 150 exhibitors signed on to the show’s New Product & Technology Program, which highlights exhibitors’ new-to-market innovations. Program participants are listed online in a section of the exhibitor directory (searchable by company name, product category or booth number). This will remain online for several months after the show. A special utility champions display onsite recognized the dedication of utility workers who respond tirelessly during disaster recovery efforts (and also see online). The next edition of the biennial ICUEE will be Oct. 4 to 6, 2011, in Louisville, Ky. For more information, visit www.icuee.com. see ICUEE page 16

Gregg Zupancic, John Deere’s product marketing manager of skid steers and compact track loaders, shows how easy it is to get to the engine of this John Deere 318D skid steer.

Bob Beesley (L) of Komatsu America Corp. shows the engine of this Komatsu SK815 skid steer to Lee Wirthwein of L&M Excavating.

Larry Wild of JCB demonstrates the JCB 3CX-14 backhoe loader’s versatility.

(L-R): Zeke Hendrix and Todd Dufur of Doosan, are joined by Doosan dealer and Louisville native Steve Ratliff of Air Systems LLC.

The Ditch Witch Dragster was on display at the ICUEE show.


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(L-R): Greg Lingner, Josh Kemmerer, Rory Mullarney, Mark Graham and Tim Riordan were on hand to discuss turning iron to green at the Ritchie Bros. booth.

At the controls of this John Deere 333D compact track loader is Marcus Shetler, president of Marcus Shetler Construction, Campbellsburg, Ind.

Mike Werner discusses JCB’s focus on growing market share, expanding its product range and improving parts availability at its ICUEE show press conference.

Brad Oaks of Rockland Manufacturing Co. demonstrates the easy dig attachment attached to this Komatsu PC78MR mini-excavator.

Paladin Vice President and General Manager Michael Flannery and Vice President of OEM and National Accounts Wendell Moss offered attendees plenty to see and good advice at their exhibit.

The wraps are off the new Freightliner Coronado severe-duty vocational truck at the ICUEE show.

Central Equipment Company Gen-Tech Named Doosan Appointed as Terex Distributor Dealer for Arizona, Nevada Central Equipment Company now distributes a full line of Terex articulated and rigid trucks to its customers in Pocatello, Jerome and Heyburn, Idaho. The Terex line of construction trucks includes six articulated models, ranging from 25 to 42-ton (22.7 to 38 t) payload capacity, and six rigid models, ranging from 35 to 100-ton (31.8 to 90.7 t) payload capacity. “We are proud to offer the full-line of Terex construction equipment,” said Tyson Bowden, sales representative of Central Equipment Company. “Taking on the Terex articulated and rigid trucks, in addition to the compact equipment line, allows us to offer the solutions to fit our customers’ particular needs.” Established in 1968 as D&J Diesel, an engine and transmission rebuild shop, the company merged with Central Equipment Company in 1987. Today, Central Equipment Company continues to grow its business in

southern Idaho by servicing and selling the full line of Terex construction equipment. Central Equipment Company will offer financing options for Terex articulated and rigid trucks through Terex Financial Services. Terex Financial Services offers a wide range of effective financing and leasing solutions, structured to complement customers’ cash flow and budgets. The Terex Financial Services team assists in all areas of asset management, from the analysis of future equipment values through the disposal of used equipment. “We are excited to welcome Central Equipment Company to our expanding distribution network of Terex compact equipment distributors in North America,” said Del Carver, area director, North America Compact Equipment. For more information, visit www.centralequipmentidaho.net.

Doosan Infracore Portable Power has named Arizona Generator Technology (Gen-Tech) an authorized dealer of its Ingersoll Rand-branded line of generators, light construction equipment and lighting systems. Gen-Tech is a full-service company specializing in power generation systems. Gen-Tech offers systems from 10.8 to 2,700 hp (8 to 2,000 kW) and adds to its fleet the 10 models of generators from Doosan Infracore Portable Power ranging from 25 to 570 kVA. In addition to generators, Gen-Tech also will carry Ingersoll Rand-branded light compaction equipment and lighting systems. “Our business is all about providing value to our customers,” said Bob Piske, principal of Gen-Tech. “Our partnership with Doosan Infracore Portable Power gives us the ability to provide more value

by offering additional equipment our customers may need.” “We are extremely proud to have the Doosan Infracore Portable Power name associated with Gen-Tech,” said John Hargett, district manager of Doosan Infracore Portable Power. “Given their years of experience and reputation as a proven leader in the power generation industry, we know that Gen-Tech will help take our generator product line to the next level.” Gen-Tech has been in business since June 1990 and services Arizona and southern Nevada. Gen-Tech serves the commercial and industrial market and is recognized as an expert in emergency, peak shave, co-generation and prime power applications. For more information, visit www.doosanportablepower.com.


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Trulove Expanding Into Asphalt Paving in Colorado In spring 2008 when the housing decline stagnated the construction industry, one contractor saw his glass half full. Ty Trulove saw an opportunity to expand his excavating business and move into asphalt paving. Trulove Excavating is a site prep and earthmoving company in the Aspen/Glenwood Springs, Colo., area. Trulove has enjoyed steady work over the years; however, the company began to experience a considerable slowdown in work. In March 2008, Ty Trulove made the decision to venture into asphalt paving to offset the loss of excavation and site prep project work. Trulove was motivated to make the jump into paving when he noticed that the largest asphalt company in the valley area was turning away smaller jobs. Trulove considered the potential for his business and made initial inquiries to see if there would be enough paving work on smaller jobs to justify growing his business. The potential was there, and Trulove started Rocky Mountain Paving. Once Trulove decided his idea had roots, he went looking for an equipment dealer. Trulove’s dealer at the time didn’t take the same interest in his new venture, so he looked for a dealer that specialized in asphalt

paving in Colorado. Trulove quickly found Faris Machinery and called Eric Poulson. “From the beginning, Eric was very positive about our business expansion,” said Trulove. “He was extremely knowledgeable about the industry and what we would need, and this was the key factor for deciding to partner with Faris Machinery.” Faris Machinery has been serving the construction industry in Colorado for more than 50 years and is a leader in paving equipment. Much of Faris Machinery’s success can be attributed to the investment the dealership makes with its customers, focusing on longtime partnerships instead of point of sale. “Ty recognized our reputation in the paving equipment marketplace,” said Poulson. “Faris Machinery has the expertise for the training Rocky Mountain Paving needed to get into the paving business.” Poulson said they had sold equipment to Trulove in the past, but this was the first opportunity they had with Trulove on a large capital purchase. Poulson discussed with Trulove the types of paving and the terrain the company would be working in to recommend the best paver for their operations. Much of the paving work Trulove expected would be trails, golf courses, driveways and

Rocky Mountain Paving purchased a Volvo PF4410 asphalt paver with a Volvo Ultimat screed.

some road work. “Rocky Mountain Paving wouldn’t be doing any mainline highway paving, but they would need a machine large enough to do county roads and intersections,” said Poulson. The recommendation from Poulson was the Volvo PF4410 asphalt paver with a Volvo Ultimat screed. The PF4410 is an 8-ft. (2.4 m) commercial tracked paver, which

can accommodate the steep and rough terrain typical in the valley area. Trulove paired the paver with a Volvo DD31HF double drum asphalt compactor rental. “For the work we’d be doing, it made the most sense to use a tracked paver,” explained Trulove. The Volvo PF4410 is a mid-size tracked paver designed as a durable and efficient see TRULOVE page 20

NAPA’s Quality in Construction Awards Features U.S. 95 in Idaho By Daniel C. Brown SPECIAL TO CEG

For new asphalt pavements, smoothness isn’t everything, but it ranks right up there. Studies have shown that smooth pavements not only please the traveling public, they last longer. So when the National Asphalt Pavement Association

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The International Roughness Index numbers for this stretch of U.S. 95 came in at around 45, and 60 or less is the standard.

(NAPA) gives out its Quality in Construction Awards, the judges consider smoothness as one of the criteria they use in determining the winners. The projects presented here all have at least two things in common: they all won 2009 Quality in Construction Awards from NAPA, and they all used Topcon System 5 electronic grade control systems to control the screeds on their pavers. Due in large part to electronic screed controls, the contractor achieved excellent asphalt smoothness results in building 16 mi. (25.7 km) of new four-lane highway in Idaho. For the new section of U.S. 95 near Genesee, Poe Asphalt Paving Inc. used a Blaw-Knox 5510 paver equipped with a Topcon tracker that read a stringline on the first leveling lift of asphalt. For most of the second lift and all of the third, Poe ran two Topcon non-contact skis, one suspended from each side of the paver. Poe used a stringline for the first lift because the paver had to run on a base of cap rock, which consists of large 3-in. (7.6 cm) stones. “We paved the leveling course — and even part of the

intermediate course — using a stringline because the cap rock was prone to some movement under the paver,” said Josh Smith, highway division manager of Poe. “That rock has little or no fines to hold it together. It’s designed for drainage.” John Cushman, Poe’s equipment manager, said the Topcon System 5 works very well to control the paver screed. “We’ve had great results with it,” Cushman said. “And our Topcon dealer has provided us with good support. The Topcon System 5 and non-contact ski is the best system available for achieving maximum smoothness.” Smith said Poe earned a substantial smoothness bonus for its work on U.S. 95. The International Roughness Index numbers ranged around 45, compared to a target of 60 or less — less is better. No Problems Whatsoever Using a Topcon System 5 with a non-contact ski to consee NAPA page 20


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Faris, Volvo Teams Up to Train Rocky Mountain Paving TRULOVE from page 19

paving machine. The PF4410 has a hydrostatic direct traction drive that makes the paver very efficient on the job and keeps maintenance of the drivetrain to a minimum. The high traction and low ground pressure of the track system, along with a 158-hp (118 kW) Cummins engine, give the PF4410 the power to stay level while pushing the material truck uphill and the power to keep the screed level to lay a smooth mat. The counter-rotating tracks allow for tight maneuverability, which is ideal for the steep grades that Poulson and Trulove discussed. “Wheels can slip and get stuck in this area,” said Poulson. “The PF4410 definitely has the power for the pull needed for these types of paving jobs.” Once Trulove obtained the right equipment, it was time to go back to school to learn how to operate it. Faris Machinery teamed up with Volvo and its Road Institute to provide training to the Rocky Mountain Paving crew. Road Institute has provided service- and operation-based training to Volvo customers and industry personnel for more than 40 years. Volvo has two Road Institute locations in operation, one in Shippensburg, Pa., and the other in Phoenix, Ariz. Because the paving season was already upon them, it wasn’t feasible for the crew to travel to either location for training, so Faris Machinery and Steve Passmore, regional product manager for the road machinery division of Volvo Construction Equipment, teamed up to mirror the Road Institute curriculum especially for Rocky Mountain Paving in Glenwood Springs.

“Training has always been a top priority ment out on an actual paving job. Trulove ness owner ended up reimbursing Trulove with Volvo along with quality and safety,” arranged with a local business owner to pave for the cost of the asphalt and fuel. With a trained crew and a complete fleet, said Passmore. “That is why we stay a 24-ft.-wide driveway into a commercial office complex at no charge. The result was Rocky Mountain Paving was ready to roll involved with the customer after the sale.” out more asphalt. Trulove said the Passmore explained company stayed busy that first that Volvo conducts summer, even with an asphalt customer-based trainshortage in Colorado in 2008. ing regularly to teach basic paving principles “There were two weeks where and paver operations we couldn’t get asphalt,” said and maintenance. Trulove. “I was in the middle of a “The paving crew project and had to truck in oil to needs to have a good my asphalt supplier to mix with understanding of the aggregate already on hand. I paving principles to was lucky because the owner maximize their profunderstood the situation and itability with the agreed to pay the additional machine,” he said. costs.” Passmore, along For what started as a risky with Poulson and the move in a weak economy, Trulove service team at Faris sees this business venture as a Machinery, conducted complete success. Even with the a day-long training challenging economy, he doesn’t seminar for Rocky Mountain Paving. The The Volvo PF4410 mid-sized tracked paver has a hydrostatic direct regret the expansion. Trulove has found that adding asphalt paving first half of the day was traction drive and a 158 hp (118 kW) Cummins engine. conducted as classto his business has benefited the room-style instruction excavation side because cuson the operation, service and maintenance of a successful first-time paving operation. tomers like that he can provide both servic“They did an excellent job,” said es. the paver, screed and compactor. The afternoon session focused on hands-on applica- Passmore. “Ty and his crew really focused “Having asphalt paving services in addion best practices and safety. They under- tion to excavating services definitely has tion basics of asphalt paving. “Because Ty and his team were new to stood the machine and how it works in the given us a competitive edge,” he said. paving, we looked at this opportunity as a paving operation.” “I have always loved the paving part of a Poulson agreed. “This training process clean-sheet approach,” said Poulson. “We project because it signals its completion. I’m started at square one talking about best prac- has allowed them to have a lot of success in proud to now have a part in that process. the quality of their paving.” tices and the process of paving.” The business owner was pleased too. As a Once something is paved, people can start For Rocky Mountain Paving’s final exam, Trulove and his crew took the new equip- true testament to client satisfaction, the busi- using it.”

NAPAAwards Recognizes Jobs With Exceptional Smoothness NAPA from page 19

trol a Blaw-Knox 3200 asphalt paver helped Orlando Paving Co., Orlando, Fla., achieve award-winning smoothness on a mill-and-fill project in Florida. Located on SR 528, the project covered 66 lane mi. (106 km) and entailed milling up 3.5 in. (9 cm) of asphalt, then placing two structural lifts back — first a 2-in. (5 cm) lift, then a 1.5-in. (3.8 cm) lift. “We ran a non-contact ski on one side of the paver and used slope control on the other side where necessary,” said Paul Miller, construction manager for Orlando Paving. “We love the Topcon system,” said Miller. “We’ve had Topcon for several years and we’ve had no problems with it whatsoever. All of our pavers are equipped with Topcon System 5 controllers and they all use non-contact skis. The contractor did not use a Roadtec Shuttle Buggy for the two structural lifts, but did so for the 0.75-in. (1.9 cm) open-graded friction course on the surface. “With the Shuttle Buggy you keep a constant movement, a steady pace and you virtually eliminate segregation,” said Miller. The results on the surface course were a 4.17 ride number on a laser profiler, with 5.0 being the best possible score.

“The paver moved along at about 30 to 35 feet per minute,” said Miller. “Anything faster would be moving too fast. “We did a lot of round robin paving, where the trucks would bring out hot mix for paving and pick up milled asphalt to take back to the plant site.” The contractor produced and laid 160,000 tons (145,150 t) of hot mix asphalt in just 310 days. All paving was done at night on the heavily-traveled roadway, which carried between 45,000 and 90,000 vehicles per day. The contractor worked the project between 8 p.m. and 6 a.m. on the mainline and 10 p.m. to 5 a.m. for the ramps. Basically that left six hours in which to pave, due to the time required to mobilize and demobilize traffic control devices and to stripe the pavement at the end of the shift. Even though it was a high-production operation, safety came first, Miller said. The project was completed, under heavy traffic, with no accidents involving the construction operations. “On a project like this one, we have a number of safety procedures to plan and set up, and we make sure that we have the discipline to follow them,” said Miller. “We had safety meetings every night before work began and dis-

cussed in detail the objectives for success, and made sure that everybody knew the stopping and starting stations every night. At Orlando Paving, safety is our culture and we are dedicated to protecting our personnel as well as the traveling public. Working safely is a matter of good common sense, but you need to have the commitment to use all the right procedures and protocols.” Smoothness in Georgia Using electronic grade controls and a material transfer vehicle proved the keys to exceptional smoothness on two stretches of a mill-and-overlay project in Hinesville, Ga. The Georgia DOT specifies that a milled asphalt surface meet a smoothness requirement of 1,325 mm/km — and the finished pavement must meet a spec of 1,025 mm/km. “So we used our electronic grade controls on the milling machines,” said Robert Royal, area manager for APACSoutheast in Savannah. The project was 4.734 mi. (7.6 km) long, and APAC used two milling machines — one equipped with a Topcon System 5 and the other with a non-Topcon electronic grade control system. Milling depth was 1.5 in. (3.8 cm), and see NAPA page 22


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APAC replaced that with 1.5 in. of new hot mix asphalt. For the paving, APAC used a Roadtec paver equipped with a Topcon System 5 electronic grade control. “It’s a four-head sensor system with noncontact skis suspended from each side of the paver,” Royal said. The APAC paving crew improved the ride of the old pavement by 46 percent. “I’ve worked with the Topcon screed controller and with other models,” said Elmer Baggett, APAC/Southeast equipment manager. “I prefer the Topcon over anything else by far, because it’s more durable. As long as you set it up properly, the Topcon System 5 does great.” Smooth Milling “Smoothness of milling is all about continuity and truck management. We operated the milling machines at a pretty slow travel speed, to permit more revolutions per minute of the cutter. Plus we wanted to flow the trucks smoothly to and from the mill’s conveyor belt. With paving, you want to mini-

mize stops of the paver, and that’s what the Shuttle Buggy will do. By serving as a transfer vehicle, it helps maintain continuity of the entire paving operation,” Royal said. All milling and paving was done at night, under traffic. “We have a dedicated traffic control crew that pre-places our maintenance-of-traffic [MOT] devices,” said Royal. “They ride the lane closures and move the MOT devices as needed to make sure we follow the state specs. “We ran between 18 and 22 trucks on mainline pulls,” Royal said. The trucks hauled asphalt 36 mi. (58 km) from the plant in Savannah to the site in Hinesville. “We had excellent project management to coordinate between the roadway and the plant,” Royal said. James D. (Darrell) Cannon was the project manager; Joe Hires was the quality control manager. Jeff Andrews was the operations manager and Elmer Baggett “was a tremendous help in making sure that all of the paving equipment and corresponding electronics were set up properly and in good working order,” Royal said.


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Rescissions to Strip Shovels Out of Contractors’Hands EXTENSION from page 10

tee Chairman James Oberstar of Minnesota and nine other committee members. “An 18-month extension of current law and temporary restoration of the Highway Trust Fund will leave states without the certainty and reliable funding source that they need to plan, design and construct significant multi-year highway and transit projects. States will slow investments — as they have done during past extensions — and this slowdown will offset much of the benefit of the increased transportation investment provided under the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act of 2009 [stimulus bill].�

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Senate Appropriations Committee. Earlier in 2009, he had offered an amendment to a bill to cancel the rescissions, but it was defeated. He was assured a fix would occur before Sept. 30. â&#x20AC;&#x153;Todayâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s inaction [to cancel the rescissions] took the shovels out of the hands of American workers across the country,â&#x20AC;? Bond said after the September vote. â&#x20AC;&#x153;This rescission will translate into the loss of thousands of jobs and the canceling of transportation infrastructure projects throughout the country, which is equivalent to pouring salt into the wounds of those seeking employment during the economic downturn.â&#x20AC;? What Congress takes away, of course, it also can give and thatâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s what observers on and off Capitol Hill believe will happen eventually. The question is, when? â&#x20AC;&#x153;I talked to our staff yesterday about this,â&#x20AC;? House Transportation Committee spokesman Berard said a few days after the vote. â&#x20AC;&#x153;There are no talks yet about what happens at the end of October. It is sort of like when you are in college: You wait until the last moment and then ask for an extension. â&#x20AC;&#x153;It is possible that at some point within the next 12 months Congress may decide it wants to rescind the rescission,â&#x20AC;? he added. â&#x20AC;&#x153;That is not the committeeâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s position. Our position is we are going to try to push for a six-year bill to solve that problem and others. If we pass it, the states will be getting more money than they are losing.â&#x20AC;? There is no question that the House bill would up the ante for transportation. Its price tag is $450 billion, a 57 percent increase over the current $285 billion funding authority. It virtually doubles the amount of money set aside for the Highway Trust Fund â&#x20AC;&#x201D; $87 billion â&#x20AC;&#x201D; and reorganizes the bill into four funding categories. How to pay for all that is not spelled out, which is precisely the discussion that Department of Transportation Secretary Ray LaHood and the rest of the Obama administration wish to defer until 2010. However, with construction unemployment in the range of 17 percent, deferring a decision about new highway funding is not what the industry is after. Berard said the House committee is aware of the need to get construction people to work. â&#x20AC;&#x153;This is something that Chairman Oberstar talks about every chance he gets,â&#x20AC;? Berard said. â&#x20AC;&#x153;He talks all the time about unemployment in construction and how we need to move the bill. Itâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s one of the things we point out to convince the administration we need to move. The transportation bill can act as another stimulus package.â&#x20AC;? Dorsey at AASHTO credited the administrationâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s stimulus package with ramping up work. â&#x20AC;&#x153;I think the stimulus bill has had a positive impact on construction. Jobs have been created. What we canâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;t let happen now is for the industry to move one step forward and two steps back by not getting extensions as necessary or not getting a six-year bill. AASHTO would prefer a six-year bill sooner rather than later.â&#x20AC;? The â&#x20AC;&#x153;sooner-or-laterâ&#x20AC;? decision for a transportation bill seems inextricably tied to passage of a health care bill. Senate leaders have indicated they believe the priority debate for now is health care. Just how quickly and decisively that issue is resolved will determine how soon or how late transportation funding will receive its due deliberation. (This story also can be found on Construction Equipment Guideâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Web site at www.constructionequipmentguide.com.) CEG


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Felling’s Air Tilt Deck-Over Eliminates Need for Hydraulics In September of this year Felling Trailers released the Air Tilt Deck-Over. This design utilizes air, powered from the tow vehicle, to tilt the trailer and optional ramps, eliminating the need for hydraulics. The air power from the tow vehicle fills two air bags, which then raise the trailer smoothly; the air bag will then keep the deck in the tilted position to allow for loading/unloading of multiple pieces of equipment. The deck then lowers itself by releasing the air pressure at a controlled rate to prevent the deck from slamming down. These trailers also are

equipped with Felling’s air-latch system (deck lock). This allows the user to lock and unlock the deck with the flip of a switch instead of working with cumbersome levers or walking from one side of the deck to the other. Towing capability and balance were achieved by placing the axles further back on the Air Tilt model than other tilt trailers on the market. These models also are useful for transporting low

The Air Tilt Deck-Over utilizes air, powered from the tow vehicle, to tilt the trailer and optional ramps, eliminating the need for hydraulics.

clearance equipment such as pavers, scissor lifts, forklifts and more with its low-clearance loading angle. With the option of ramps, a load angle as low as 7 degrees can be achieved for loading equipment. In the construction of this trailer Felling uses a high grade 80 steel for the main structural beams that was fabricated inhouse. The use of these beams in turn

increases the trailer’s strength yet reduces the total trailer weight. There are two base models for the Air Tilt; the FT-40 TA, which has a load capacity of 40,000 lbs. (18,143 kg) and the FT-50-3 TA with a load capacity of 50,000 lbs. (22,679 kg). Standard Features include • Deck — white oak 2 in. nominal and 6 ft. wood inlaid beavertail • Main beam and crossmembers — high strength grade 80 steel • Approximate deck height — 32 in. loaded • Tilting mechanism – (2) air bags • Felling Air-Latch System (deck lock) • Tie downs and storage — 10 D-Rings and toolbox with lockable cover • 25,000 lb. oil bath axles (CTR) • Brakes — 2S/1M with park brakes on all axles • 5-year limited structural warranty • 3-year paint warranty For more information, visit www.felling.com.


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66,000 (29,937) 170,000 (77,111) 120,000 (54,431) n/a

13,400 (6,078) 46,600 (21,137) 30,500 (13,835) 28,600 (12,973)

9x26 (2.7x7.9) 8.5x18 (2.6x5.9) 8.5x26 (2.6x7.9)

2 or 3 axle models

EAGER BEAVER SK6 35GSL/BR 70GLB-5OF (Oil Field)

12,000 (5,442) 70,000 (31,745) 140,000 (63,500)

3,370 (1,529) 17,100 (7,755) 28,600 (12,972)

FT-10 CL/D/V FT-10A(Alum. Drop Deck) FT-14-2A GN(Alum DO) FT-80-3 (SD) TT (Tender)

6,880 (3,121) 8,130 (3,688) 14,000 (6,350) 80,000 (36,287)

3,100 (1,406) 1,850 (839) 4,100 (1,860) 12,000 (5,443)

1,685 (7,643) 1,820 (826) 11,150 (5,058) 7,570 (3,434)

1,315 (597) 1,180 (535) 4,850 (2,200) 2,430 (1,102)

10ST (Tag) 50TDL (Tilt) 110SDGN (Detach)

10,000 (4,536) 50,000 (22,680) 110,000 (49,895)

2,730 (1,238) 13,600 (6,169) 19,600 (8,890)

440 L2024 LT1420

40,000 (18,144) 19,956 (9,071) 14,000 (6,350)

NA 5,887 (2,676) 4,200 (1,905)

Torflex Spring Air Ride/Lift Axle

14x6.7 (5.2x2.1) 22x8.5 (6.7x2.6) 43.5x8.5 (13.2x2.6)

2 2 5

n/a n/a n/a

5x8 (1.5x2.4) 5x8 (1.5x2.4) 8.5x24 (2.6x7.3) 6.8x20 (2.1x6.1)

1 1 2 2

55 (58.8) 55 (58.8) 55 (58.8) 55 (58.8)

14x6.5 (4.3x2) 30x8.5 (9.1x2.6) 24x8.5 (7.3x2.6)

2 3 3

55 (58.8) 55 (58.8) 55 (58.8)

8.5x41(2.6x12.5) 24.2x8.6 (7.3x2.6) 20x8.5 (6x2.6)

2 2 2

62 (100) 62 (100) 62 (100)

8.5x25 (2.6x7.6) 8.5x24 (2.6x7.3) 8.5x22 (2.6x6.7)

3 2 3

Highway Speed Highway Speed Highway Speed

FELLING TRAILERS 14 (4.3) 14 (4.3) 25 (7.6) 42 (12.8)

BRI-MAR DT508LP-3 R508LP-3 EH824-16 CH20-10-FULL

Spring Spring Spring Spring

INTERSTATE Slipper Spring Hutch / air lift Air Ride

LANDOLL air spring torflex

ROGERS BROTHERS Ultima CR55 Century CY35 TAG25XXL

110,000 (49,900) 70,000 (31,750) 50,000 (22,680)

22,610 (10,256) 15,200 (6,895) 10,880 (4,935)

TE50T TE100XT

50,000 (22,680) 100,000 (45,359)

12,000 (5,443) 22,000 (9,979)

500 lbs., 440 with rotator (250, 200) 500 lbs., 440 with rotator (250, 200)

3,400 (1,542) 4,800 (2,177)

12,000 (5,400) 14,000 (6,350) 12,000 (5,400)

3,260 (1,470) 3,680 (1,670) 3,640 (1,650)

Air Ride Air Ride Spring

TRAILEZE 3 2 to 3

55 (88.5) 55 (88.5)

2.5 x 4 (.77x1.22) 2.5 x 4 (.77x1.22)

1 1

65 (105) 65 (105)

6.4x20 (1.9x6) 6.8x20 (2x6) 6.8x20 (2x6)

2 2 2

55 (88) 55 (88) 55 (88)

JLG T350 T500J

Torflex axle Torflex axle

TOWMASTER T-12P CV-14 T-12DD

Torflex Torflex Torflex

VISIT WWW.CONSTRUCTIONEQUIPMENTGUIDE.COM FOR ALL EQUIPMENT LISTINGS. Despite efforts by Construction Equipment Guide to contact all the manufacturers of off-road trucks, not all of them appear in this chart.


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This Rogers two-axle, 14 ft.-1 in. (4.3 m) booster axle assembly (stinger) was built in the “East Coast” style.

Rogers Specialized Trailers Haul Unique, Irregular Loads

Rogers Brothers Corporation built this three-axle, 14 ft.-1 in. (4.3 m) booster axle assembly (stinger) in the “West Coast” style.

Rogers detachable and fixed gooseneck lowbed trailers are available in specialized models. Modifications can be made to production trailer designs or the trailer can be designed and built “from the ground up.” By following individual customer specifications, Rogers can accommodate the exceptionally long, wide, high or heavy loads and meet stringent state transportation regulations. These trailers are fabricated from 100K and 130K minimum yield steel to reduce the trailer’s tare weight while maintaining strength and durability. A variety of deck styles, goosenecks, axle configurations and optional equipment are available to simplify virtually any hauling challenge. Rogers’ special features include: two or three-axle stingers and removable axles, gooseneck extensions, detachable rear frames and modular deck designs along with

I-beam and drop side decks. Special features such as rear frame openings and Rogers’ “wheel wells” improve overhead clearance. Plus, these trailers can include two and threeaxle jeep or helper dollies. Specialized trailers range in capacities from 25 to 150 tons (22.7 to 136 t). Rogers’ “Croucher” deck enables these trailers to hug the ground and make loading and unloading safe and easy. Self-aligning beam hooks make gooseneck reconnection a fast operation. The “No Foot” self-lifting gooseneck quickly raises or lowers the deck without a ram foot touching the ground to simplify loading and to clear obstructions such as low bridges or raised railroad tracks, according to the manufacturer. For more information, call 800/441-9880 or visit www.rogerstrailers.com.

This three-axle jeep dolly has 40 ton (36 t) capacity.


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

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

Tom Growney Equipment, Inc.

www.growneyinc.com 2301 Candelaria Road N.E. Farmington, NM Hobbs, NM 505/326-1101 505/392-6923 Albuquerque, NM 87197 505/884-2900 Fax: 505/884-8790

El Paso, TX 915/598-1133

“Bobcat” is a registered trademark of Bobcat Company

www.bobcat.com


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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CASE AUTHORIZED DEALERS

ALASKA

HAWAII

Yukon Equipment Company

Allied Machinery Corp

Anchorage Fairbanks

Kailua-Kona Kea-Au Lihue Wailuku Waipahu

(907) 277-1541 (907) 457-1541

ARIZONA

(808) 334-0102 (808) 982-7728 (808) 245-8581 (808) 986-0691 (808) 671-0541

Bingham Equipment

BUY NEW EQUIPMENT TODAY. PAY NEXT YEAR! While other companies may come and go, Case is in it for the long haul. And we’re here to help with our most aggressive year-end deals ever. Put new equipment to work long before your first payment is due! From now until Dec. 31, 2009, we’re offering up to 6 MONTHS WITH NO PAYMENTS, NO INTEREST * on new Case equipment. Plus, you may qualify for a 50% tax depreciation bonus in 2009!** Need parts, service or attachments? Get your entire fleet of equipment ready today with our 3 MONTH NO PAYMENTS, NO INTEREST PROGRAM.*** For details on these and other offers, call your Case dealer today. OFFERS END DECEMBER 31, 2009.

Casa Grande Parker Yuma

(520) 836-8700 (928) 669-9271 (928) 726-4701

Burks Tractor Company Twin Falls

Falcon Power Inc. Flagstaff Phoenix

IDAHO (208) 733-5543

(928) 526-5991 (602) 269-3221

Pioneer Equipment Company

(520) 623-5848

MONTANA

Idaho Falls

(208) 523-5455

Tucson Tractor Co. Tucson

Titan Machinery

CALIFORNIA Case Power and Equipment Redding Sacramento Stockton

(530) 245-9000 (916) 649-0096 (209) 464-9600

D3 Equipment El Cajon Fontana Santa Fe Springs

(619) 873-0123 (909) 355-1075 (562) 903-7377

Diamond A Equipment Oxnard Santa Maria

(805) 485-2103 (805) 925-1869

(406) 259-5500 (406) 388-5500 (406) 892-3666 (406) 453-1405 (406) 543-7782

NEVADA Case Power and Equipment Sparks

(775) 358-5000

Hertz Equipment Rental Las Vegas

(702) 876-2223

NEW MEXICO

Pioneer Equipment Bakersfield

Billings Belgrade Columbia Falls Great Falls Missoula

(661) 327-1641

Ellen Equipment LLC Albuquerque

(505) 342-2566

Sequoia Equipment Co. Inc. Fresno

(559) 441-1122

OKLAHOMA

Tractor Equipment Sales

Construction Ag Supply

San Jose Santa Rosa

Lawton

(408) 297-7422 (707) 586-1973

(580) 353-3211

Hisle Brothers Ada

COLORADO

NO PAYMENTS

NO INTEREST

FOR UPTO 6 MONTHS

Century Equipment Company, Inc.

OCT Equipment LLC

Clifton Durango

Clinton Oklahoma City Tulsa

(970) 434-7363 (970) 247-0522

(580) 332-8453 (580) 323-3422 (405) 789-6812 (918) 437-5085

Ellen Equipment LLC *

Aurora Colorado Springs Loveland

(303) 364-1888 (719) 596-2924 (970) 461-4960

BUY NEW EQUIPMENT TODAY

AND PAY NEXT YEAR! www.casece.com / 866-54CASE6 * For commercial use only. Customer participation subject to credit qualification and approval by CNH Capital America LLC. See your Case dealer for details and eligibility requirements. CNH Capital America LLC standard terms and conditions will apply. Down payment may be required. Not all customers or applicants may qualify. Offer good through December 31, 2009 at participating Case dealers in the United States. Taxes, freight, set-up, delivery, additional options or attachments not included in suggested retail price. Offer subject to change or cancellation without notice. ** CNH Capital and Case dealerships do not provide tax, legal or accounting advice. Customers are strongly encouraged to seek their own professional advice on the proper treatment of these transactions. *** See dealer for details, including minimum purchase requirements and finance terms and conditions. © 2009 CNH America LLC. All rights reserved. Case is a registered trademark of CNH America LLC.


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ARE YOU M-POWERED? OREGON

Case Power and Equipment Portland Salem

(503) 283-2461 (503) 362-1371

Central Equipment Company, Inc. Medford

UTAH

for more room and comfort. With a best-in-class pressurized

Cedar City Logan Salt Lake City Spanish Fork

interior, more cab space, larger

(435) 586-4406 (801) 262-5761 (801) 262-5761 (801) 794-1463

door, increased seat suspension and cab-forward design – plus optional seat-mounted joysticks

MAW Equipment Ogden

Construction Agricultural Wichita Falls

(940) 322-9950

Heritage Equipment Co. Amarillo Lemesa Lubbock Plainview

(806) 335-2861 (806) 872-5861 (806) 745-4451 (806) 293-4116

Hi-Way Equipment Alvin Brenham Bryan Euless Gainesville Houston Longview Sherman Tyler

(281) 331-1521 (979) 836-6641 (979) 779-8942 (817) 283-2844 (940) 665-4314 (281) 987-1990 (903) 753-4481 (903) 893-7586 (903) 593-0201

Abilene Corpus Christi Edinburg El Paso Laredo San Benito Victoria

(325) 692-5253 (361) 289-0066 (956) 702-0066 (915) 541-0066 (956) 725-0066 (956) 361-0066 (361) 576-0066

Permian Tractor Sales Inc. Odessa

(432) 367-8628

Texana Machinery Austin San Antonio

(512) 272-8922 (210) 333-8000

– you’ll be more productive. See

(801) 731-0470

your local dealer to learn how these new compact track loaders

WASHINGTON

can M-Power you to do more.

Case Power and Equipment Auburn Marysville

(253) 735-2702 (360) 651-2171

Central Machinery Sales Moses Lake Pasco

(509) 765-1257 (509) 547-8920

T H E N E W T 6 3 0 C O M PA C T T R A C K L O A D E R h"OBCATv IS A REGISTERED TRADEMARK OF "OBCAT #OMPANY \ 

Mid Mountain Machinery Clarkston Spokane

(509) 758-8235 (509) 838-3546

WYOMING

Casper Cheyenne Gillette

Cook Equipment Company of Los Angeles, Inc. www.cookequipment.com

Century Equipment Co., Inc. Rock Springs

Authorized Bobcat Dealers

Cerritos, CA    s   

(307) 382-6570

Titan Machinery Nueces Power Equipment

Bobcat are totally re-engineered

Century Equipment Co., Inc.

(541) 779-7443

TEXAS

The new M-Series loaders from

(307) 234-5381 (307) 638-4400 (307) 682-9742

Bobcat of Oklahoma City Oklahoma City, OK   

Tri-State Equipment Co., LLC Craig, CO    s    www.tri-stateequip.com

Bobcat of Hayden-Steamboat Hayden, CO    www.tri-stateequip.com

www.bobcatofokc.com

Geith Unveils New Mechanical MX Couplers Designed for Minis The line of Geith mini-excavator (MX) attachments has expanded with the launch of a new line of mini-excavator couplers. The Geith mechanical MX coupler is designed to fit mini-excavators from 4,000 to 12,000 lbs. (1,814 to 5,443 kg) with pin diameters from 1.2 to 1.7 in. (3 to 4.5 cm). A three step operation allows this pin-grab style coupler to increase work-site productivity without sacrificing operator safety: 1.Engage coupler hook onto leading pin of bucket and curl in the coupler. 2.Lock the attachment into place by turning the locking nut with the tool provided. 3.Turn the integrated safety pin to the locked position. The integrated safety pin provides additional operator safety by serving as a secondary locking mechanism that cannot be lost or thrown

away. In addition, Geith mechanical MX couplers feature a custom OEM pin grab mechanism design to fit attachments designed for each carrier model. As an added benefit, the MX coupler allows the bucket to be reversed and used in a shovel position. Finally the coupler is engineered with efficiency in mind; by maintaining a narrow throat height, digging force is maximized. For more information, call 800/762-4090 or visit www.geith.com.


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THERE’S POWER IN NUMBERS

CLM Equipment Co., Inc.

Takeuchi was the first to introduce the compact excavator and compact track loader to the North American market, setting the stage for one of the fastest growing market segments in the construction industry.

Baytown/Houston, TX 281/385-6633 281/385-7106 Fax

The next generation 200 series excavators and track loaders are now available, continuing Takeuchi’s position as a market leader.

www.clmequipment.com

Try a Takeuchi and feel the power

Broussard/Lafayette, LA 337/837-6693 337/837-2384 Fax

1979

30 YEARS

2009

Sulphur/Lake Charles, LA 281/625-5942

The Power of Product and Support Contact your full service dealer for more information www.takeuchi-us.com


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Compact size, big possibilities. If you’re looking for a great value in a lightweight, agile, and powerful skid steer, look no further. Like their big brother, Deere 313 and 315 Skid Steers deliver best-inclass stability, visibility, and serviceability. These easy-totransport dynamos are perfect in tight spaces. Equip one with any of the many Worksite Pro™ attachments, and watch productivity take off. Give us a call and we’ll set up a demo, pronto!

www.johndeere.com DESERT GREENS EQUIPMENT INC.

YELLOWHOUSE MACHINERY CO.

RDO EQUIPMENT CO. www.rdoequipment.com

MUSTANG EQUIPMENT www.mustangequipment.com

4850 Pan American Freeway NE Albuquerque NM 87109 505/822-0311 505/821-7420 Fax

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

3230 East Airport Fwy. Irving, TX 75062-4909 972/438-4699 972/438-6789 Fax

3053 So. US Hwy. 281 Marble Falls, TX 78654 830/693-5414 830/693-0738 Fax

Lubbock TX 800/658-9878

Fort Worth, TX 817/232-8094

Odessa TX 800/658-9888

Austin, TX 512/272-4141

Abilene TX 800/592-4468 San Angelo TX 800/658-9130 KS1CUFFOO34N-00268028


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John Benetti Hired as Sales Manager at Papé Machinery John Benetti has been named sales manager at Papé Machinery’s Newark, Rohnert Park and Gilroy, Calif., locations. In his new role, he will oversee equipment sales in California’s Bay Area region, including Monterey to Santa Rosa, Calif. “I’m thrilled with the sales experience, enthusiasm and outstanding customer service standards that John brings to the Papé Machinery sales team,” said Steve Gross, general manager of Papé Machinery in the Bay Area. “John’s more than 30 years of equipment sales and management experience will help Papé Machinery maintain its status as the premier construction and forestry equipment company in our

region.” Benetti has 34 years of equipment sales and management experience. Most recently, he was sales manager with Peterson Tractor in San Leandro, Calif. Previously he held positions at Case Company, Tractor Equipment Sales and United Rentals in the Bay Area. About Papé Machinery Inc. Papé Machinery Inc. provides sales, rental, parts and service for construction and forestry equipment in Oregon, Washington, Northern California and Northwestern Nevada. Papé Machinery is the authorized dealer for John Deere,

John Benetti has been named sales manager at Papé Machinery’s Newark, Rohnert Park and Gilroy, Calif., locations.

Hitachi, Gradall, Trail King, Dynapac, Breaker Technology Inc. and Morbark equipment brands. Papé Machinery has seven Washington locations, six Oregon locations, seven California locations and one Nevada location. Papé Machinery is headquartered in Eugene, Ore., and is part of The Papé Group Inc. For more information, visit www.pape.com.

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Former AGC of WA President Vic Scalzo Passes Away at 89 Victor Joseph Scalzo, 89, passed away peacefully on Sept. 17. He was president of AGC Mountain Pacific Chapter (later AGC of WA) in 1961 and an honorary AGC of Washington member. Scalzo began his career in highway construction at an early age following in his father’s footsteps. Along with his brothers Joseph and Robert, he owned and operated the family business, Thomas Scalzo Construction Co. He is survived by his wife Rosemary Gai Scalzo, his three children Marlene Miller (John), Steve Scalzo (Angela), and Debora Centioli and brother Robert Scalzo; seven grandchildren, John Miller (Sally), Crissey Miller, Alicia Wilmoth (Jon), Shelley Brown (Chris), Annemarie Scalzo, Lauren Centioli, Cicilia Centioli; two great-grandchildren, Johnny and Jamie Miller and many nieces and nephews. He was preceded in death by his brother Joseph and sister Theresa Scalzo Gai. Remembrances can be made to O’Dea High School or AGC of Washington Education Foundation, 1200 Westlake Ave. N., Suite 301, Seattle, Wash. 98109.


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You think it. We’ll help you do it. Introducing the Hyundai 9 Series Excavator

We build a better future

We know what you’re thinking. You need to do more for less. The new Hyundai 9 Series was built to do just that. Think proven, industry-leading fuel efficiency. Think improved hydraulic technologies for an edge over the competition. Think added value for your dollar. That’s the new Hyundai 9 Series Excavator. When you think efficiency – Think again. Think Hyundai.

Hyundai Equipment meets all “Buy American” Provisions in the U.S. Stimulus Bill.

ARKANSAS

CALIFORNIA

EQUIPMENT RESOURCE MANAGEMENT North Little Rock, AR 501-223-8604

TLR EQUIPMENT CO. CENTURY Irvine, CA EQUIPMENT CO., 949-559-4711 INC. Clifton, CO RICK ALBERT 970-434-7363 MACHINERY (RAM) Durango, CO Antioch, CA 970-247-0522 510-504-5086 RUETER’S MECOM EQUIPMENT Henderson, CO Stockton, CA 303-287-1361 209-466-5135

COLORADO

IDAHO

OKLAHOMA

OREGON

TEXAS

UTAH

WASHINGTON

WYOMING

CENTRAL EQUIPMENT COMPANY Pocatello, ID 208-233-2850

BURRIS EQUIPMENT & SUPPLY, INC. Tulsa, OK 918-663-7033

OREGON TRACTOR AND EQUIPMENT Portland, OR 503-282-7211 Roseburg, OR 541-679-6211

ALVIN EQUIPMENT Alvin, TX 281-331-3177

CENTURY EQUIPMENT CO., INC. Cedar City, UT 435-586-4406 Salt Lake City, UT 801-262-5761 Spanish Fork, UT 801-794-1463

JET CITY EQUIPMENT Oak Harbor, WA 360-675-4441

CENTURY EQUIPMENT CO., INC. Rock Springs, WY 307-382-6570

FOUR SEASONS EQUIPMENT Dallas, TX 214-388-1700 Houston, TX 281-807-9777


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Reno, NV 775/356-1511

Phoenix, AZ 602/237-3755

Twin Falls, ID 208/733-1715

Elko, NV 775/738-4443

Tucson, AZ 520/294-7677

Idaho Falls, ID 208/523-0822

Las Vegas, NV 702/642-9000

Boise, ID 208/887-6000

VOLVO CONSTRUCTION EQUIPMENT & SERVICES VCES San Leandro San Leandro, CA 510/357-9131

VCES San Diego Lakeside, CA 619/441-3690

VCES Bakersfield Bakersfield, CA 661/387-6090

VCES Sacramento Sacramento, CA 916/504-2300

VCES Corona Corona, CA 951/277-7620

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KIRBY-SMITH MACHINERY, INC. www.kirby-smith.com 6715 W. Reno Oklahoma City, OK 73137 800/375-3339 Fax: 405/787-5973 12321 E. Pine St. Tulsa, OK 74116 800/375-3733 Fax: 918/437-7065 1629 Vision Dr. Abilene, TX 79602 877/577-5729 3922 I-40 East Amarillo, TX 79103 800/283-1247 8505 So Central Expwy Dallas, TX 75241 800/753-1247 1450 NE Loop 820 Fort Worth, TX 76106 877/851-9977 3201 E Slaton Rd Lubbock, TX 79404 866/289-6087

© 2008 ESCO Corporation.

Preserving History…

HCEAHosts Annual Convention in Ohio

T

he Historical Construction Equipment Association (HCEA), a non-profit organization dedicated to preserving history of the construction, dredging and surface mining equipment industries, held its 24th Annual International Convention and Old Equipment Exposition Sept. 18 to 20. This year, the show was held at the National Construction Equipment Museum, located at 16623 Liberty Hi Road, Bowling Green, Ohio. Highlights of the show included live demonstrations of horse-drawn, gas and diesel-powered antique construction machinery, equipment and vehicles built or powered by International Harvester were featured, along with other machines in the National Construction Equipment Museum collection. Some of the equipment actually got back into the swing of things by digging a one-acre pond on the site, with the spoil being used to create a massive pile of dirt for the shovels and excavators. Members of the Black Swamp Chapter of the American Truck Historical Society came by on Saturday to showcase their vintage trucks. The event also featured a banquet held at the Grand Rapids Roadhouse. Vendors also were on hand to offer vintage construction toys as well as old equipment manuals and decals as well as other vintage construction equipment related items.

Dan Brathwaite of Harmon Signs watches as his children, Derek and Allison try out some of the new and vintage construction equipment toys on hand.

Link-Belt’s 1926 Big Bertha loads a 1962 White Super Mustang truck. Finding some shade under the canopy of this 1913 Holt Model 60 tractor (L-R) are HCEA Local Chapter members Brian Daniels and Jim Weiler, Caterpillar’s Ed McCord in from Illinois, and Paul Matthies of Matthies Service in New York.


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CLASSIFIEDS ASPHALT EQUIPMENT

CRAWLER TRACTORS

Asphalt Rollers

Crawler Tractor

2005 Cat CB224E, 160 hours ............................................$29,900 2004 Cat CB224E, 946 hours ............................................$19,900 2002 CB334D, 962 hours ........Call 2004 CB334E, 2954 hours.$27,000 2004 Cat CB534DXW, 832 hours ............................................$75,000 2005 Cat CS563E, 287 hours ............................................$75,000 2005 Cat CS563E, 1332 hours ............................................$75,000 2005 Cat CS563E, 1,778 hours ............................................$75,000

2007 Dresser TD10M, OROPS, PAT blade, good condition, 246 hours..................................$67,500. 2005 Dresser TD8H, OROPS, PAT blade, ripper, good condition, 97 hours..................................$49,000.

Ransome CAT Call Tom Rosser 215-245-2749 or Joe Villa 215-245-3729

Asphalt - Misc. Extreme Service Rotary Wheel Cutter Ship in 24 hours! Parts for all competitive units Call 218-863-6444 Attachments International www.attachmentsintl.com

ATTACHMENTS Hammers 2003 Cat H160....................$55,000 2004 Cat H160....................$45,000 Ransome CAT Call Tom Rosser 215-245-2749 or Joe Villa 215-245-3729

Kirby-Smith Machinery 405-506-6089 2006 Cat D4GXL, 1049 hours...................................$69,000 2004 Cat D6RXLII, 4551 hours........................$155,000 2004 Cat D8RII, 3406 hours........................$369,300 1998 Cat D8R, 16,600 hours.....................$143,000 Ransome CAT Call Tom Rosser 215-245-2749 or Joe Villa 215-245-3729

Ransome CAT Call Tom Rosser 215-245-2749 or Joe Villa 215-245-3729

CRANES

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JDE Equipment Co. 616/530-2000 2006 Cat 303.5CCR, 698 hours............................$39,900 2003 Cat 325CL, 2,998 hours.......................$108,300 2003 Cat 325CL, 6,987 hours.........................$75,000 2005 Cat 330CL, 2,366 hours.......................$199,000 2006 Cat 345CL ME, 3,809 hours.......................$299,000 2003 Cat 345BL, 4,941 hours.......................$199,000 Ransome CAT Call Tom Rosser 215-245-2749 or Joe Villa 215-245-3729

2005 Cat 420D, 972 hours $49,000 2006 Cat 420EIT, 773 hours ............................................$65,000

2006 Cat 938GII, 441 hours ..........................................$129,000 2006 Cat 972H, 3,180 hours ..........................................$229,000 2003 Cat 980G, 7251 hours ..........................................$199,000 2002 Cat 980G..........................Call 1998 Cat 980....................$499,000

Ransome CAT Call Tom Rosser 215-245-2749 or Joe Villa 215-245-3729

Ransome CAT Call Tom Rosser 215-245-2749 or Joe Villa 215-245-3729

2004 JCB 214, good backhoe from rental fleet, Wain Roy coupler, 24’’ bucket, good condition, 1761 hrs......................................$39,900.

2008 Hyundai HL740-7A, 2.7 yd, A/C, like new, 250 hours ...$92,500. 2000 Hyundai HL7408M.3, Cummins, 2.5 yard, coupler, 2.5 bucket, forks available, fair condition, 9000 hours ................$35,000. 1984 Case W20C, cab, 17.5x25 tires 60%, 2.5 yd bucket, fair condition.....................................$10,000. 2005 Kawasaki 90ZV, 5.2 yd. loader, A/C, ride control, new 26.5R25 tires, excellent condition, 6500 hours. .....................$110,000.

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EXCAVATORS

2004 Link Belt 330 LX, 78,000 lb. class, 36’’ & 48’’ buckets, good condition, 2650 hours ..............$98,000. 2007 Hyundai R55-7, 12,000 lb class, rubber tracks, A/C, new condition, 98 hours. .................$46,500. George & Swede 800/724-8722 NH Construction Equipment New & Used Parts & Service Modern Equipment Sales & Rental 800-445-4381

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Used Bobcats! Over 100 to Choose From! Contact Lance Wheeler 214/384-5180

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2001 CAT 836, 8923 hours ............................................$59,000 2004 CAT 836G, 7159 hours ..........................................$355,000

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2004 John Deere 120C, 24’’ pads, long arm, 42’’ Werk-Brau bucket, excellent condition, 1850 hours........... ......................$69,900. 1999 Hitachi EX230 LC-5, A/C, long arm, 36’’ HD bucket, very good condition, 4708 hours.........$69,900.

2007 JCB 930, 6 cyl. 4WD canopy model with 22’’ clear view mast, 6,000 lb. lift w/60’’ ITA forks. Mint Condition. Pictures Available, 600 hours. ................................$39,500.

EXTRAS FROM DEFENSE DEPT. ORDER

Track Loaders 5000# Pallet Forks $700 Landscape Land Planes $1350 Rock Buckets - 66’’ $2250

Farm-Rite Inc. 908/625-0697

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Wheel Loaders

Generators & Gen Sets

2003 JCB 407ZX Compact, cab, heat, A/C, radial tires, limited slip trans with 1.0 cu yd GP bucket and set of F/F. Pictures available, 2800 hours..................................$31,500.

For Sale or Rent All Makes and Models Modern Equipment Sales & Rental 800/445-4381

HYDRAULIC HAMMERS Breakers 2007 Allied M18, 7,000 per blow, point, new, 100 hours..........$59,000 George & Swede 800/724-8722

LANDSCAPE EQUIP. Misc. Landscape Equip. Gehl Skid Steer Loaders, Excavators, Track Loaders, Attachments! Rent or Purchase Norris Sales Company 610/279-5777

George & Swede 585-734-1507

Farm-Rite Inc. 908/625-0697 JCB 426, s/n 1231556, cab, air, heat, Powershift, smooth ride, 3yd. bucket, excellent condition, 2750 hours .................................$99,947. Hyundai HL760, s/n HL7600029, looks good , new trans., Cummins, 3.5 yd. bucket, very good condition, 4979 hours.........................$46,998. Komatsu WA320-3, s/n A31786D, new trans., 3 yd. bucket, good condition....... ..........................$54,995. Terex SKL873, s/n 8730233, quick coupler w/forks, good A/C, tight, 21/2 yd. bucket, good condition, 1998 hours .................................$38,989. AZ Production Machinery 800-637-0821 2006 Cat 904B, 3,456 hours ............................................$39,000 2005 928GZ, 2519 hours ...$87,300 2006 Cat 938GII, 2,552 hours ..........................................$119,000

2006 Cat 953C, 721 hours ..........................................$135,000 Ransome CAT Call Tom Rosser 215-245-2749 or Joe Villa 215-245-3729

MISCELLANEOUS Misc NEW PARTS Hyundai - Mustang Okada - Sakai Yanmar Call: John Stevens or Jeff Brooks G & H Services, Inc. 973/383-3370 Fax: 373/383-5756

Undercarriages NEW UNDERCARRIAGE PARTS

Caterpillar D3, D3B, D3C, D4C, 931...6.125 Pitch 6S8800MT Link Assy., (2), 36 section, dry, master pin, 9/16’’ bolt................................$849.00 Ea. 6S605MT Link Assy., (4), 36 section, dry, split master, 9/16’’ bolt................................$874.00 Ea. 6S9066MT Link Assy., (4), 36 section, SALT, split master, 9/16’’ bolt ...................................$1,099.00 Ea. 6Y1339MT Link Assy., (4), 36 section, SALT, split master, 9/16’’ bolt ...................................$1,105.00 Ea. 3657/37MT Link Assy., (2), 36 section, dry, master pin, 9/16’’ bolt................................$890.00 Ea. 3T6705MT Link Assy., (2), 36 section, SALT, split master, 9/16’’ bolt.............................$1,150.00 Ea. 6S8817MT Track Pads, (77), 16’’ single grouser, 9/16’’ bolt. .........................................$9.69 Ea.

Komatsu D30A, D31A, D31B, D37E, D31S, D31P... 6.0126 Pitch TR1103211292 Track Pad, (118), 14’’ single grouser, 14mm bolt...................................$7.39. Ea. TR1113000260 Top Roller (2), complete w/shaft...........$82.00. Ea. TR1113000281 Bottom Roller (9), double flange...............$103.00. Ea. G & H Services, Inc. 973/383-3370 973/390-7394 Cell Fax: 373/383-5756

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STRAW BLOWER 2008 Grun SB4 Skid Mount, NEW, 0 hours.................................$8,600.

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CRAWLER CRANE | 1997 TO 2007 100 TO 150 TON CRAWLER CRANE; 3 DRUMS; 150 BOOM Contact: JOHN NEVINS Email: johntnevins@comcast.net –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– CAT 12H OR 12N GRADER | MUST HAVE REAR RIPPER AND FRONT PUSH BLOCK, CAB AND AIR, WITH A COUPLE THOUSAND HOURS ON THE MACHINE. PLEASE WHOLESALE ONLY. Contact: RICHARD H. SMITH Phone: 908-479 8383 Email: unitedequip@earthlink.net –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– GROVE 1012 CARRY DECK INDUSTRIAL CRANE Contact: DON AUSTIN Phone: 512-750-9742 Fax: 512-301-0163 Email: daustin8@austin.rr.com –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– ROAD EQUIPMENT Contact: JEAN PASCAL OUEDRAOGO Phone: 0022522443339 Fax: 0022522443260 Email: jpascal65@yahoo.fr –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– VERMEER 252 STUMP GRINDER Contact: ERIC Phone: 309-351-9520 Email: gotdirt627@yahoo.com –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– SHUTTLE BUGGY ROADTEC SB2500 SHUTTLE BUGGY Contact: JOHN NEVINS Email: johntnevins@comcast.net –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– 30 TO 40 TON TAG TRAILER TILT OR RAMPS Contact: RICHARD CORBIN Phone: 843-889-3553 Email: ravtruck@wildblue.net –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– YANMAR EXCAVATOR Contact: JOHN SARAPPA Phone: 856-767-1122 Email: john@sarappa.com –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– CAT D6R 2004-2005 Contact: DAVE WILD Phone: 770-966-9056 Fax: 770-966-9035 Email: dave@globalequipmentexporters.com –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– MULTIGRAB HYDRAULIC COUPLER FOR VOLVO EC330B Contact: SHAWN DAVIS Phone: 724-947-4740 Fax: 724-947-4750 Email: sdavis@equipment-rentals.us –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– WHEEL LOADERS Contact: RHONDA SCHEER Phone: 610-544-3399 Email: rhonda@scheerbrothers.com –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– CAT CHALLENGER 65D TRACKS Contact: MATT Phone: 618-779-7993 Fax: 618-475-2540 Email: heetexc@hotmail.com ––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––

KOLBERG ROTARY COAL BREAKER PORTABLE 2600 RCB COAL BREAKER Contact: BEAUFORD MULLINS Phone: 260 497 0500 Fax: 260 490 8217 Email: beauford@kortebros.com –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– LOADERS AND MOTORGRADERS Contact: JASON SPENCE Phone: 1-601-750-0201 Email: resourceequipment@hotmail.com –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– TRENCHER Contact: LLOYD BOHL Phone: 8159554255 Email: lloydbohl@yahoo.com –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– I AM LOOKING TO BUY BIG BULL Contact: JEAN MAURICE BOUTIN Phone: 1 450 346 8975 Email: jeanmauriceboutin@videotron.ca –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– PARTS FOR HAMM 2210SD DIRT ROLLER I NEED REAR HOOD/ENGINE COVER FOR HAMM DIRT ROLLER MODEL #2210SD Contact: MIKE Phone: 610-583-3055 Fax: 610-583-3056 Email: mike@macmachinesales.com –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– HYDRAULIC SHEEP FEEDER HYDRAULIC SHEEP AND/OR COW FEEDER ON A TOWABLE BODY BIG ENOUGH TO HOLD 40 TON Contact: VINCE DUJETS Phone: 973-837-1390 Fax: 973-837-1391 Email: neasupply7@aol.com –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– HYDRAULIC HAMMER BREAKERS Contact: BEN MILES Phone: 714 470 0130 Email: industrialer@gmail.com –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– LOOKING TO BUY OLDER CAT LOADERS Contact: ATHER A. SIDDIQUI Phone: +92-333-2240692 Email: ather.cat@gmail.com –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– CAISON DRILL TOOLING Contact: MIKE PLAVCHAK Phone: 412-292-1081 Fax: 412-384-6770 Email: mplavchak@plavchakconstruction.com –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– ASPHALT TYPE ROLLER (COMPACTOR) SMALL ROLLER FOR WORK AT A NOT FOR PROFIT CLUB. OLDER ONE OK, CAN WORK ON IF NEEDED. PLEASE HELP. Contact: FRANK Phone: 518-584-1609 Fax: 518-584-1609 Email: saratogawiltonelks161@verizon.net –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– CAT 950/950E/966F II Contact: RHONDA Phone: 610-544-3399 Email: rhonda@scheerbrothers.com ––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––


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ADOTWidens I-10 to Eight Lanes; Replaces 16 Bridges ADOT from page 1

tractor of 5-mi. (8 km) project from Prince Road to 29th Street. The project widened the highway to eight lanes (four lanes plus an auxiliary lane in each direction). Crews also replaced 16 bridges in the two-and-a-half year long project. Although the work that impacted traffic is complete and all lanes are now open, landscaping work will continue through spring of 2010. What also helped the project sail to an early completion were accelerations along the way, Lane said. “We looked for opportunities to accelerate it [the project],” he said. “Obviously anything we could do to move things up and move things along was what we did.” One acceleration involved paving earlier Workers set AASTO girders on a Grant Road structure. A worker moves a panel with artwork for a mechanically stathan is usually done. bilized earth wall. “We moved paving up a little by allowing community, ADOT sponsored “a big busi- the work. “It essentially managed the traffic the cost is allocated for art. On this project the contractor to pave earlier — in other ness outreach program to talk to them,” Lane going through the project.” Lane said. “They the art took various forms on the bridges words in the heat when it was really, really said. “It actually ended up working out fine controlled all the lights on the cross streets. some are embedded in the concrete while hot,” Lane said. “But he had to do certain for them but they had some concerns in the We had seven cross streets and seven major others “are actually form-liners where you things to do that.” beginning. There was a great deal of com- intersections we had to manage the traffic cut the art and the design into the form liner To make it happen, ADOT “changed the munication effort to keep them functioning.” through. That was all controlled by the traf- and then you pour the bridge and you take specifications so it would work,” he said. With the work being done downtown “we fic operations center. the form away and suddenly this piece of art “We had them cool it down and put on extra had to get people across the project from the “Everybody was terrified (when the proj- is left,” Lane said. doses of lime water and they had to pave at east side to the west side or the west side to ect began) but after the first few months it The art on each bridge has a different night.” the east side — in other word, across the kind of dialed in and everybody got used to theme — one commemorates the University That little bit of flexibility allowed the highway underneath it and then we also had it and it worked very well,” he said. of Arizona’s participation in space travel and paving to be moved up an entire month, he to get people through the job,” Lane said. Weather was not a significant challenge, the lunar and Mars landings, another features said. “Those were the big challenges.” Lane said. the Harris hawk and another has a water Although most of the time paving is offShutting down the highway was not an “We have the monsoons so we did have theme. The south end of the job features limits until mid-Aug because it’s too hot for option because I-10 is a major east-west quite a few problems during the monsoon more neighborhood themes because “a lot of the materials, “we allowed them pave in route across the country, he said. season,” Lane said. the barrios down there participated so there July,” Lane said. The roadway typically carries about Monsoons usually start at the end of May were a lot of tile mosaics and local artists And when the contractor found himself 140,000 vehicles a day.” and continue until early August. involved there,” he added. muck-bound — unable to work because he “It’s pretty big,” Lane said. “Actually last year it was very dry so it The artwork by and large did not slow had no place to move “a lot of earth” on the Instead, ramps were closed limiting exits didn’t impact us much at all,” he said. “We down the construction process, Lane said. south end of the job — ADOT found a spot for motorists so ADOT created two “deci- had some problems the previous year but “We did have to go through and get the for him to store the dirt that would be used in sion points” for travelers — one on the south they were minor. We were trying to pave and form liners right and there’s artistic interprethe mechanically stabilized earth (MES) end of the job and one on the north end of the luckily it was nice and dry so we didn’t have tation and involvement in there. And it’s a wall later so he could continue construction, job. any rain issues during that.” little more expensive. Obviously it’s cheaper he said. “So if you were coming in to the north end While most of the equipment on the job “He had to excavate all this dirt and he of the job, you had to decide if you were was pretty standard, Resonant Machines Inc. to build a nice flat face. Instead of having a didn’t have any place to put it,” Lane said. going through or if you were going down- of Tulsa used an unusual piece to “rubblize” flat face on a bridge or a flat bridge pier, we “Until that work space became available, we town,” Lane said. “If you were going down- the concrete of the old roadway, Lane said. have ones with pictures of hawks on them gave him a place to put it.” town, you had to get off up at the north end The “rubblizer” was used to limit the impact and others with pictures of a river theme on There was good reason for the contractor and drive the frontage roads all the way of the work on some of the older residential them and so on,” Lane said. “It’s pretty nice.” to finish the project early — as an A + B down. If you were going through, you just neighborhoods the project crossed. The art is on the bridges, visible to project, an incentive is given for early com- stayed in the main line and went through.” “We didn’t want to shake up those old motorists traveling the cross streets under the pletion — in this case a $920,000 bonus, That reduced the volume of traffic on the buildings,” Lane said. highway. Lane said. Interstate. The number of workers on the job Subcontractors on the project include The major challenge of the project was “Essentially we put half of the traffic on reached 300 at its maximum. “It fluctuated keeping traffic flowing — into, out of and the frontage roads and half stayed going over time but at the peak it reached about Contractors West of Phoenix, Case of around downtown Tucson — during con- through so it allowed us to narrow the capac- 300,” he said. Chicago, and Combs Construction of struction. ity at the top so we could build a half at a “We did both remove and bring dirt in,” Phoenix. When plans for the widening were time,” Lane said. “Kiewick did all their own structural Lane said. “The overall project was a borrow announced, local business people were jitwork, they did all their own earthwork, they “We got about a 60-40 split where 40 per- project — we brought dirt in.” tery. With the project running “smack in the cent went through the main line and 60 perThe bridges replaced in the project were did the MSD wall and they did just about middle of downtown Tucson” as Lane put it, cent roughly used the frontage roads. That’s “straightforward bridges,” Lane said. “They everything else,” Lane said. and two and a half years of closures ahead, how we were managed to split the traffic.” (This story also can be found on were AASTO girders so they were precast how would their clients and customers find To help motorists deal with the new traf- bridges. The only thing that was unique was Construction Equipment Guide’s Web site at their way to them? www.constructionequipmentguide.com.) fic patterns ADOT built a $15 million inter- the artwork.” To help quell the fears of the business im traffic operations center prior to starting As with all federal projects, 10 percent of CEG


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ADVERTISER INDEX B & R EQUIPMENT...............................................................17

KLEIN PRODUCTS INC........................................................15

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

LEADING EDGE ATTACHMENTS ........................................14

BOBCAT COMPANY ........................................................36,39

LEEBOY.................................................................................22

CASE CORP..........................................................................38

NEW HOLLAND CONSTRUCTION......................................26

CAT AUCTION SERVICES....................................................51

NPK CONSTRUCTION EQUIPMENT INC...........................27

CEG SCALE MODELS..........................................................18

PALADIN HEAVY CONSTRUCTION ....................................42

CLASSIFIEDS...................................................................46,47

RITCHIE BROS. AUCTIONEERS

CONSTRUCTION EQUIPMENT GUIDE CEG WANTED...............................................................48 CONSTRUCTIONEQUIPMENTGUIDE.COM...............30 DOOSAN INFRACORE AMERICA CORP............................25 DYNAPAC ..............................................................................24 ESCO CORP .........................................................................45 FCC EQUIPMENT FINANCIAL...............................................5 FELLING TRAILERS .............................................................32 FLECO ATTACHMENTS .......................................................14 GEITH INC .............................................................................14 GOMACO CORP ...................................................................22 HAWTHORNE CAT .................................................................2 HENDRIX MACHINERY LLC ..................................................3

SALT LAKE CITY UTAH / AUCTION UPDATE ............54 ROAD MACHINERY CO .........................................................7 ROADTEC..............................................................................21 SAKAI AMERICA INC............................................................23 SANDVIK MINING & CONSTRUCTION ...............................11 TAKEUCHI .............................................................................40 TEREX TRUCKS ...................................................................36 TITAN MACHINERY ................................................................9 VCES......................................................................................28 VOLVO CONST EQUIP & SVCS ..........................................44 WWA AUCTIONS...................................................................53 YANMAR AMERICA ..............................................................37

HOLT CAT ..............................................................................56 HYUNDAI CONSTRUCTION EQUIPMENT .........................43

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HAWTHORNE CAT .................................................................7

INTERSTATE TRAILERS ......................................................33

HUSKIE ....................................................................................4

IRON PLANET .......................................................................49

JCB INC ...................................................................................5

JOHN DEERE SKID STEER.................................................41

JOHN DEERE..........................................................................9

JOHNSON CAT .......................................................................6

JOHNSON CAT .......................................................................2

KIRBY-SMITH MACHINERY INC..........................................35

VOLVO CONST EQUIP & SVCS ..........................................12

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