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Joe McCarthy is an Associate Editor of Pit and Quarry Magazine. You can contact him at jmccarthy@northcoastmedia.net and at 216-363-7930.

Posts by Joe McCarthy

ConExpo-Con/Agg through the years Posted on 31 Jan 2020 in the ConExpo-Con/Agg & Features categories.

Over more than a century, the shows that ultimately merged into ConExpo-Con/Agg grew in size and developed reputations as go-to industry events.

How Texas Concrete Sand & Gravel rolls with the changes Posted on 16 Jan 2020 in the featured & Features categories.

At Texas Concrete Sand & Gravel, questioning the status quo and adapting to the changes have become a way of life.

Texas Crushed Stone’s approach to a bustling market Posted on 13 Jan 2020 in the featured & Features categories.

The operation features two crushing facilities, a secondary crushing plant and a conveyor that all contribute to producing crushed stone and sand.

How forward thinking got River Aggregates ahead Posted on 10 Jan 2020 in the featured & Features categories.

Advanced planning allowed the company’s managing partners to get in front of any threats to production efficiency at their Rye Plant in Texas.

Washington’s rising aggregate supply crisis Posted on 29 Dec 2019 in the featured & Features categories.

Southwest Washington producers face mounting challenges from their communities and local governments that threaten the supply of construction materials.

Talbert modular trailer provides versatility to users Posted on 18 Dec 2019 in the ConExpo-Con/Agg & News categories.

Talbert Manufacturing now offers the 65SA modular trailer that incorporates multiple axle configurations based on user requirements.

Making safety strides around screens Posted on 27 Nov 2019 in the featured & Features categories.

Unified Screening & Crushing’s Austin Gwyther offers four practices to produce safer work environments.

EvoQuip prepares Colt 1600 for 2020 availability Posted on 26 Nov 2019 in the News categories.

According to Matt Dickson, EvoQuip business line director, the first models of the Colt 1600 will be available to ship to customers in early 2020.