Crossroads Excavating & Construction disbanded when two of the three partners elected to merge with another locally-owned construction firm and the third partner chose to branch out on his own.
Totaling nearly 800 lots, the auction included well maintained dozers, excavators, skid steers and a variety other machines and support equipment along with a significant lineup of trucks and trailers. Nearly 200 registered to bid onsite while the auction drew heavy online bidding as well. CEG
Andy Bolinger of Bolinger Contracting consults his son, Cruz, about a potential bid on this Ingersoll Rand SD-70F compactor.
(L-R): Joining Don Smock’s Mark Woodward to review the bidding are Crossroads Excavating & Construction’s Rodney Cook and Jon Hosier, also of Don Smock Auction Company.
The auction moved at a rapid clip with bidding taking place in two areas simultaneously.
The auction featured a number of clean, well maintained trucks, including this dump truck.
Chris Jackson (L) and Dan Cristiani of Dan Cristiani Excavating Company look over this John Deere 700J dozer.
Jerry Watson of Daystar Directional Drilling reviews the excavators up for sale at the auction.
Auctioneer Brent Schmidgall calls out the bids.
Don Smock Auction Company President Nic Smock (L) catches up with Rick Hohenbrink of Hohenbrink Excavating at the auction.
Power Construction’s Craig Martin tries out the Kubota SVL 95-2s compact track loader at the auction.