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Megan Smalley is the associate editor of Pit & Quarry. Contact her at msmalley@northcoastmedia.net or 216-363-7930.

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Aggregate producers explore possibilities of virtual reality Posted on 23 Mar 2018 in the featured & Features categories.

No longer a thing of the future, virtual reality is being put to use at industry trade shows and begging questions about the technology’s possibilities. Read more»

Aggregate Industries reclamation project underway Posted on 22 Sep 2017 in the featured & Features categories.

Reclamation is underway at Aggregate Industries’ Saugus Quarry, and the quarry is expected to be claimed in the next 15 years. Read more»

Lehigh Hanson quarry utilizes drone for conveyor project Posted on 28 Aug 2017 in the featured & Features categories.

A Lehigh Hanson quarry and cement plant in Maryland utilizes drones to document its progress on a conveyor project. Read more»

How Lehigh Hanson is making its operations safer Posted on 11 Aug 2017 in the featured & Features categories.

Lehigh Hanson’s safety and health initiatives boosted safety across its operations, reducing injury rates by 20 percent. Read more»

Integrating automation into portable plants Posted on 07 Aug 2017 in the featured & Features categories.

With digital technologies a norm, aggregate producers are coming to expect manufacturers to integrate software tools into portable plants. Read more»

Seattle sand-and-gravel workers plan for strike Posted on 04 Aug 2017 in the News categories.

A number of workers in the sand-and-gravel industry in Seattle voted to go on strike as a result of several Teamsters Local 174 meetings. Read more»

Caterpillar CFO plans to retire in 2018 Posted on 02 Aug 2017 in the News categories.

Caterpillar's Group President and CFO Brad Halverson elected to retire in 2018. The company plans to launch a global, external search to fill his position. Read more»

Summit Materials net revenue up in second quarter of 2017 Posted on 02 Aug 2017 in the News categories.

Summit Materials attributes its second quarter improvement in net revenue to acquisitions, organic sales volumes and organic average selling prices. Read more»