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JCB boosts horsepower 20% with 210 and 215 skid steers


JCB’s new 215 vertical-lift skid-steer loader has a base rated operating capacity of 2,150 pounds with the option to add 200 more pounds of ROC.

JCB’s new 210 radial-lift and 215 vertical-lift skid-steer loaders pack 20 percent more horsepower than the company’s similar sized models, representing the first in the small-frame lineup powered by the JCB by Kohler 74 horsepower engine.

The 210 comes with a base rated operating capacity (ROC) of 2,100 pounds, and the 215 has an ROC of 2,150 pounds. Buyers can choose to boost the ROC on each machine by 200 pounds, with an optional dealer-fitted “suitcase” counterweight kit.

The machines’ high-flow auxiliary hydraulic circuit delivers 136 liters per minute to power such high-flow attachments as cold planers, augers and trenchers.

“High-flow hydraulics allow our operators to perform more tasks more efficiently, use a greater range of attachments and complete tasks faster,” says Tim Burnhope, JCB innovation and growth officer.

Neither skid steer requires a diesel particulate filter (DPF) and both are Tier 4 Final compliant. They also feature JCB’s PowerBoom design with exclusive side-door entry for increased safety. The company says the cab design also provides 60 percent better visibility and 46 percent more space than “competitive models in this size class.”

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Caterpillar unveils TH514D telehandler with improved hydraulics, comfort and work range


Caterpillar adds a variety of improvements to its Cat TH514D Telehandler. Photos: Cat

The Cat TH514D Telehandler comes with updated hydraulics to handle a variety of work tools.

Attachments include forks and a choice of carriages, buckets, truss booms, winches, pipe grapple, sweeper, material-handling arm, concrete bucket and fork-mounted platform. A manual attachment coupler is standard and a hydraulic coupler is available.

The telehandler is powered by a 100-horsepower, Tier 4 Final Cat C3.4B engine. The machine has a rated load capacity of 11,021 pounds and a maximum lift height of 45.5 feet.

A power-shift transmission comes with four forward and three reverse gears. The four-wheel drive system has heavy-duty axles with planetary-reduction hubs, front limited-slip differential and dual-axle braking. Oil-immerse, multi-disc brakes are on both axles. Mitas 14.00-24 16PR pneumatic tires are standard. Goodyear pneumatic or foam-filled tires are available.

Other standard features include an open canopy operator station, a single multi-function joystick with integrated controls for auxiliary hydraulic functions and a mechanical suspension seat.

Buyers can choose among several options: an enclosed cab, heating and air conditioning, an air-suspension seat, an additional interactive large display screen with electronic load charts, rearview camera and reversing object sensor.

All service points on the TH514D are accessible at ground level. The machine also offers easy access to the engine, coolers and hydraulic components.

Cat’s Product Link telematics system allows contractors to access machine data such as location, hours, fuel consumption, idle time, events and diagnostic codes. The data can then be reported to the online VisionLink user interface for analysis.

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Yanmar to provide remanufactured engines for Manitou’s Gehl and Mustang machines


Mustang 2500RT compact track loader. Photo: Manitou

Manitou has reached an agreement with Yanmar on a deal that will bring remanufactured engines to North American customers of the Gehl and Mustang heavy equipment brands.

Yanmar Americas REMAN will remanufacture engines using Manitou’s certified XPRT Genuine Parts. The engines will fit any Gehl or Mustang machine operating in North America and will be sold under the XPRT brand, according to a Manitou Americas press release.

Manitou says lead-times are less than 15 days on most remanufactured engines (compared to 120 days with new engines) and carry a one-year OEM factory warranty backed by the Gehl and Mustang dealer network.

“We are launching this offer, in partnership with Yanmar Americas, as another example of our efforts to reduce the total cost of ownership (TCO) for our end-customers,” says David Harrison, Director of After Sales for Manitou Americas. “Remanufactured engines are more cost-effective than new engines and offer significantly reduced lead-times, saving customers time and money, exhibiting our confidence that these engines will meet or exceed our customers’ expectations in terms of quality and reliability.”

Manitou reports that it already has XPRT remanufactured engines in stock at its distribution center in Belvidere, Illinois. The engines can be purchased through any Gehl or Mustang dealer in North America.

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VIDEO: Bertha sees daylight, finishes 1.7-mile boring work for SR 99 tunnel


Sixty-four years after the Alaskan Way Viaduct was first opened to traffic, Bertha, the world’s largest tunnel boring machine, broke through the end of a more than 9,270-foot tunnel for Seattle’s SR 99.

“This is a historic moment in our state’s transportation history,” says Washington State Gov. Jay Inslee. “Innovation and perseverance are the engines that keep Washington in the forefront. There is still more work ahead but this moment is one worth celebrating.”

The drone footage below shows Bertha breaking through the end of the tunnel path.

The tunnel will replace the Alaskan Way Viaduct and is expected to open to traffic in early 2019, according to the Washington State Department of Transportation (WSDOT). This is roughly three years later than the original projected completion date, as the project has been slowed in part due to mechanical issues with Bertha.

These issues and delays for repair work have plagued the SR 99 tunnel project for years, resulting in Seattle Tunnel Partners (STP), the primary contractor on the project, filing a lawsuit against the state for more than $200 million, claiming that an overlooked steel pipe left over from groundwater testing done by the state was the cause for the damage to Bertha that brought the machine down in January 2014.

The next move for Bertha is disassembly in a 90-foot-deep pit. STP will then decide what to do with the parts and pieces, either through salvaging for other projects or recycling.

“We were always confident that we would successfully complete the tunnel drive,” STP Project Manager Chris Dixon says. “The dedication and commitment of everyone on the Seattle Tunnel Partners team has been exceptional, and we wouldn’t be at this milestone without the hard work of our crews. We look forward to continuing this outstanding progress through project completion.”

STP’s work will continue with finishing a double-deck highway within the tunnel, as well as installation of mechanical and electrical systems, plumbing and safety features.

Following these steps, WSDOT says there will be “extensive testing and commissioning the tunnel to ensure it’s ready for traffic,” with inspectors reviewing more than 8,500 separate components “before testing each of the tunnel’s various systems as a whole.”

“This truly is a remarkable feat of engineering,” Transportation Secretary Roger Millar says. “We’ve had delays and there’s still work to be done, but the folks working on this job should be justifiably proud of today’s milestone.”

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Terramac adds C.N. Wood to expand North American dealer network


Terramac’s RT14R crawler carrier. Photo: Terramac

Crawler carrier manufacturer Terramac has added C.N. Wood to its North American dealer network to provide coverage in Massachusetts and Rhode Island.

“C.N. Wood is a long standing dealership with an experienced team, who’s dedicated to providing their customers with the best possible equipment, service and support,” says Terramac Director of Sales Matt Slater. “C.N. Wood is a welcomed and valuable addition to our dealer network.”

Terramac reports C.N. Wood will offer its RT9, RT14 and RT14R crawler carriers with customized attachments such as cranes, personnel carriers, water tanks and hydroseeders.

“We choose to align ourselves with top line manufacturers that offer value in their products and help our customers solve problems in specific applications,” says Jim Maxwell, C.N. Wood general manager. “Terramac does just that. We look forward to making our customers more competitive in their business with Terramac’s versatile crawler carriers.”

C.N. Wood was founded in 1964 selling snow removal equipment. The dealership has three locations in Massachusetts and one in Rhode Island, and also carries equipment from Komatsu, Bomag, Elgin, Esco, Green Machines, Gradall, Hensley, Lemac, Madvac, New Way, NPK, Rockland, Rogers and Vactor, among other brands.

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Trump stresses need for reduced regulatory steps for infrastructure projects


In two separate presentations April 4, President Donald Trump stressed the need for reduced regulatory steps required for infrastructure projects in order to fast track needed repairs to bridges and roads across the country.

Speaking at the CEO Town Hall on Unleashing American Business, Trump revealed a chart his staff created showing the number of approvals and statutes involved in building a highway, a process he said could take from 10 to 20 years.

“You have hundreds and hundreds of permits,” Trump said. “Many of them are statutory, where you can’t even apply for the second permit until six months go by.”

D.J. Gribbin, special assistant to the president for infrastructure policy, who displayed the chart that stretched higher than his own height, said 29 different statures are involved in the process.

“Five different executive orders that all apply to this process,” Gribbin said. “This is indicative, so this is not a specific project, but this is the type of process that a government—this is a state government—would have to go through to permit a highway federally. This is just federal, not state regulations.”

Trump explained that his administration is trying to cut the timeline for approvals from, for example, 10 years to one year.

“I said can’t we make it four months? Can’t we do it in four months? And there is a certain logic to that, but we’ll be satisfied with the year—but it won’t be any more than a year,” Trump said.

“So we have to build roads. We have to build highways. We’re talking about a very major infrastructure bill of $1 trillion—perhaps even more. And when we have to do—our jobs—I mean, if we say, we’re giving to New York City hundreds of millions of dollars to build a road someplace, it doesn’t help if they can’t start because it’s going to take seven and a half years to get the permits. Even to redo a road takes years to get the permits. You know, you have a road that’s there and you want to redo it, and you have to get new permits for the kind of asphalt you’re using, the kind of concrete you may want to use.”

He added that Transportation Secretary Elain Chao would be working with a committee headed by real estate developers Steve Roth and Richard LeFrak aimed at cutting “a lot of red tape” for infrastructure planning. Trump announced his intentions to involve the two businessmen back in January.

“But we don’t want to send a billion dollars to New York and find out, five years later, the money was never spent, because we’re going to be very strong that it has to be spent on shovels, not on other programs,” Trump continued. “But we’re going to say, if you don’t spend the money—if you don’t start—if you have a job that you can’t start within 90 days, we’re not going to give you the money for it. Because it doesn’t help—doesn’t help us. And we’re going to be very strong on that. They have to be able to start within 90 days.”

Trump also spoke during the 2017 North America’s Building Trades Unions National Legislative Conference.

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National Work Zone Awareness Week launches at active Maryland construction site


Employees at the Federal Highway Administration’s Office of Infrastructure wearing their colors for Go Orange Day.

Representatives from the U.S. Department of Transportation and Department of Labor and Maryland Department of Transportation (MDOT) on April 4 officially launched National Work Zone Awareness Week (NWZAW) at the active Georgia Avenue/Randolph Road interchange construction site in Silver Spring, Maryland.

“For Maryland’s roadway workers, the construction zone is their office, and everyone deserves to be safe in their workplace,” says Maryland Transportation Secretary Pete K. Rahn. “Remember to park the phone and slow down in work zones.”

The NWZAW, this year occurring April 3-7, was created in 1999 as a means of highlighting hazards for both workers and motorists in road construction zones. MDOT is one of three state DOTs that make up the NWZAW executive committee.

The annual Go Orange Day was April 5. State DOTs and various roadway safety professionals across the country wore orange to show their support for work zone safety. Officials were encouraged to post photos of staff members wearing orange to social media platforms using the hashtag #Orange4Safety.

In recent years it is estimated that 700 people die in work zone crashes per year. In 2015, 130 road workers were killed while on the job.

“The people who work on roadways are mothers, fathers, sons, daughters, sisters and brothers, and they deserve to get home to their families,” says Maryland State Highway Administrator Gregory Slater. “We’re featuring our own employees in outreach materials, to show the real people behind the barrels. Their safety is in your hands.”

More details on the NWZAW program and work zone safety data and materials are available at workzonesafety.org. Next year, the Illinois Department of Transportation will host the launch for the awareness campaign.

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