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Editors’ Blog

EPA under the Trump administration argued that the Navigable Waters Protection rule ended decades of uncertainty over where federal jurisdiction begins and ends. Photo: P&Q Staff

WOTUS on EPA chopping block once again

September 2, 2021By

The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) is relooking at the definition of “waters of the U.S.” (WOTUS), with developments likely to surface in the months to come.

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Will the lingering pandemic slow aggregate consumption?

August 31, 2021By

Even though the pandemic is resurging, P&Q contributor David Chereb does not expect it to hurt aggregate demand much at all. Chereb explains why during a video visit with editor-in-chief Kevin Yanik.

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Traditional infrastructure versus ‘human infrastructure’

August 23, 2021By

The term “human infrastructure” became mainstream this summer as legislators pursued an infrastructure bill in Washington. So, what is human infrastructure? And what does its emergence mean for traditional infrastructure? P&Q contributor David Chereb explores.

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Will the new infrastructure bill lead to booming agg demand?

August 18, 2021By and

P&Q contributor David Chereb offers his take on the Infrastructure Investment & Jobs Act that passed the Senate this month. Chereb weighs in on whether or not the bill will ultimately pass the House and how aggregate demand would be impacted.

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Forecast: Global agg demand growth to carry into 2031

August 18, 2021By

A third-party research organization forecasts the global construction aggregate market to grow by nearly 7 percent over the next decade.

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Caterpillar, Champion Iron partner for advanced drilling technologies

August 17, 2021By

Artificial intelligence is at the forefront of the technology that will be implemented on Cat equipment due to the company’s upcoming partnership with Champion Iron.

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What’s next for the infrastructure bill

August 11, 2021By and

Pit & Quarry’s Kevin Yanik offers perspective on what’s happening in Washington, explaining how the $1 trillion Infrastructure & Investment & Jobs Act is now tied to a $3.5 trillion budget resolution.

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Sure, New York City traffic is horrible. But eliminating cars from New York City roads and expecting other U.S. cities to adopt the Big Apple's model is quite the stretch. Photo: Bim/iStock / Getty Images Plus/Getty Images

The definition of ‘infrastructure’ somehow up for debate

August 6, 2021By

Infrastructure has long been about things like roads and bridges. But the emergence of “human infrastructure” is now all the rage in Washington, where it’s being pitted against “physical infrastructure.”

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