CIM announces donation by Mack and McNeilus for annual auction at World of Concrete

The Concrete Industry Management (CIM) program – a business intensive program that awards students with a four-year Bachelor of Science degree in Concrete Industry Management – is pleased to announce that the signature item for their annual 2017trucksmallauction at World of Concrete is a Mack® Granite® Axle Forward model mounted with a McNeilus 11-cubic-yard Bridgemaster® concrete transit mixer, donated by Mack Trucks, Inc. and McNeilus Co., a division of Oshkosh Truck.

“Once again, Mack Trucks and McNeilus Company have stepped up by making significant donations to support the CIM Auction,” said Michael Philipps, CIM auction committee chairman. “The truck chassis donated by Mack Trucks and the concrete mixer donated by McNeilus Co. will help ensure a successful CIM Auction at the 2017 World of Concrete. We are very appreciative of the consistent support from these two industry leading manufacturers. It speaks volumes to their commitment to the concrete industry and the importance they place on the CIM program.”

The truck is a 2016 Mack Granite Axle Forward truck and specifications include:

Chassis #GU713, 030431
GSO #93244
VIN: 1M2AX04C6GM030431

Interior – Pedigree Slate Gray
Engine – Mack MP®7-365M
Emission Control – Mack ClearTech™ HHS SCR with fully-catalyzed diesel particulate filter
Fan Drive – Behr electronic modulating
Alternator – 130A Delco 24SI
Transmission – Allison 4500 RDS Gen 5, 6-speed
Front axle – Mack UniMax™ FXL20, 20,000 lb.
Rear axle – Mack S462R, 46,000 lb.
Carrier: Mack CRDP 150/151
Ratio – 4.80
Rear Suspension – Hendrickson HMX 460, 46,000 lb.
Axle spacing – 54-inch
Wheelbase – 248-inch
Frame – Mack Cornerstone™ 9.5 x 300 x 90 mm
Bumper – Mack flush aluminum
Bendix ABS
72-gallon aluminum fuel tank
Mack fuel – water separator
Hadley/KAM motorized and heated mirrors
Mack Powerleash engine brake
Alcoa aluminum wheels
Front tires – 425/65R22.5 Continental HTC1
Rear tires – 11R22.5 G Continental HDR2

Specifications for the 2016 McNeilus Bridgemaster® include:

M80 Transit mixer body
11-cubic-yard M80 paver drum with 46″ opening
3/16″ AR shell and 1/4″ AR fins
HBB head impeller
SAT air lift charge hopper with 4″ drop
Air disc chute lock
Three extension chutes on vertical hanger passenger side rear
Aluminum fenders
Remote roller lube
Upper ladder gate and upper wash hose
Slump meter
Night pour lights
150-gallon aluminum cross mount water tank
Body painted white

 McNeilus Command Center EP touch drum controls include the following features:

Auto constant speed drum control
Auto neutral with any key off
Remote drum start/stop
Remote Bridgemaster® start/stop
No discharge over set speed
Joystick drum control in addition to touch pads
Three drum counters
Load/mix/auto constant speed feature

The M80 Bridgemaster® body is mounted on a Mack- supplied GU713 and is set up as a federal 66,000 GVW. four axle.

Federal excise tax for the chassis and axle segment of Bridgemaster® is the responsibility of the bidder.

“Mack is proud to once again work with McNeilus in support of the Concrete Industry Management program’s annual auction with the donation of the Mack Granite chassis and the McNeilus Bridgemaster® mixer body,” said Tim Wrinkle, Mack construction product manager. Tom Harris, vice president, concrete mixers at McNeilus, added “More than most, Mack and McNeilus understand the importance in supporting our customers and that is why we support CIM which encourages and educates those interested in the concrete industry.”

The annual auction will be held Wednesday, Jan. 18 in the North Hall Room N262 of the Las Vegas Convention Center. The silent auction will be held from 11 a.m. to 12:45 p.m. and the live auction begins at 1 p.m. Once again this year, Internet bidding will be available on the Ritchie Bros. website, To participate in electronic auction bidding, bidders must register a week in advance. Those participating in the auction at World of Concrete can register on-site. For a full list of items, please visit

Those interested in making a donation should contact Michael Philipps at or (713) 722-2969.