Georgia hopes positive 2021 can parlay into strong 2022

By |  December 15, 2021
Headline: Jeff Wansley, executive director, Georgia Construction Aggregate Association


Jeff Wansley, executive director of the Georgia Construction Aggregate Association, shared his positivity for the aggregate industry based on its 2021 performance and his expectations come 2022.

Describe the current state of the industry within your state in a word or two.

Very positive, very busy.

Describe your outlook for the aggregate industry in 2022.

Extremely optimistic.

What factors are driving your outlook for 2022?

Positive state growth and continued highway funding.

What are the greatest opportunities available to aggregate producers within your state in 2022?

Positive economic growth in the state.

What are the greatest challenges aggregate producers will face within your state in 2022?

Meeting the challenges of the demand and meeting worker demand.

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