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Quarry Faces: December 2021

By |  December 2, 2021
Photo: P&Q Staff

Photo: P&Q Staff

Maverick Environmental Equipment erected a brand-new MWS Equipment wash plant for Arms Sand & Gravel in Newbury, Ohio. The plant, which produces two washed sands and five washed stone products, consists of a Sandstorm 620 paired with an Aggstorm 15XL. Pictured here from Arms Sand & Gravel are Jimmy Rowland (far left) and Bridgette Moss (center). Maverick is represented by Tim Smith (second from left), Damon Daugherty (second from right) and Dave Matchinga (far right).

Photo: P&Q Staff

Photo: P&Q Staff

John Mickelson, owner and president of RB Scott Co., offered P&Q a tour of the company’s brand-new facility in Clearwater, Minnesota. P&Q visited the facility northwest of Minneapolis a week after RB Scott hosted a grand opening, where the dealer’s vendors showcased their products to customers in the region. According to Mickelson, RB Scott ultimately sought a branch location where it could be closer to customers in places such as Moorhead, Minnesota, and Fargo, North Dakota. Clearwater provides just that for RB Scott, Mickelson says. Learn more about the new facility.

Photo: P&Q Staff

Photo: P&Q Staff

Wm. D. Scepaniak’s John Scepaniak, right, and Jake Anderson visited with P&Q in early November on a contract crushing site in Rollag, Minnesota. According to Scepaniak, who serves the company as project manager, Wm. D. Scepaniak was on track to crush between 1.5 million and 1.7 million tons this year at the Rollag operation. The Rollag operation is the highest-volume site for Wm. D. Scepaniak, which expected to finish 2021 having produced roughly 6 million tons across all jobsites. Learn more.

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CDE’s Joseph Teahl, right, paid Posillico’s Rob Tassey a visit on Long Island, New York. Posillico Materials is a business unit within the company producing recycled sand, aggregate and clay, utilizing wet processing technology from CDE.


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