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What’s new at Luck Stone?

August 5, 2020By

Charlie Windle shares some of the exciting developments at Luck Stone in 2020, as well as how the coronavirus pandemic impacted a couple of big projects this year.

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Characterizing MSHA’s transition to the new normal

August 4, 2020By

Margo Lopez discusses the Mine Safety & Health Administration’s (MSHA) slow transition into the coronavirus world.

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How public works are faring in Virginia

August 3, 2020By

With funding for highways becoming a serious issue in a number of states across America, Luck Stone’s Charlie Windle dives in to offer some perspective on the state of highway funding within Virginia.

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What’s happening with public works projects?

July 31, 2020By

Although Dodge Data & Analytics initially projected a 4 percent increase in public works construction for 2020, the firm is downgrading its forecast for this sector for the remainder of the year.

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Are MSHA rules on silica, powered haulage coming soon?

July 29, 2020By

With the Trump administration releasing an updated regulatory agenda, Ogletree Deakins’ Margo Lopez joins Pit & Quarry to discuss the latest Mine Safety & Health Administration (MSHA) rulemaking.

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Breaking down key construction markets

July 28, 2020By

Luck Stone’s Charlie Windle shares his aggregate demand expectations for the months to come, detailing how the residential, nonresidential and infrastructure markets might fare in the company’s northern region.

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How data center projects are driving demand at Luck Stone

July 28, 2020By

Charlie Windle, vice president of the Northern Region at Virginia-based Luck Stone, shares what’s giving him reason for optimism as he looks to the remaining months of 2020.

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Road to Recovery: Where is the oil market headed?

July 20, 2020By

S-C Market Analytics’ David Chereb discusses what’s ahead for aggregate producers with ties to the energy market and the possible outcomes of the presidential election.

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