Your behavior appears to be a little unusual. Please verify that you are not a bot.


Quarry Faces: January 2020

By |  January 29, 2020
Quarry Faces 1 January 2020

Photo courtesy of CRMCA/CSSGA

1.) The Colorado Ready Mixed Concrete Association (CRMCA) and Colorado Stone, Sand & Gravel Association (CSSGA) held their annual conference in Colorado Springs, Colorado. CRMCA and CSSGA committee chairs gathered for the occasion, including, from left, Mike Sheahan (Martin Marietta), Tom Cummings (CR Minerals), Ben Frei (Albert Frei & Sons), Stephanie Fancher (Loveland Ready-Mix Concrete) and Darrin Borgschatz (Martin Marietta).

Quarry Faces 2 January 2020

Photo courtesy of CRMCA/CSSGA

2.) Also pictured (from left) at the Colorado conference are Martin Marietta’s Abbott Lawrence, the National Stone, Sand & Gravel Association’s (NSSGA) Mike Johnson, the National Ready Mixed Concrete Association’s (NRMCA) Michael Philipps and CSSGA’s Todd Ohlheiser. Johnson, the president and CEO of NSSGA, and Philipps, the president of NRMCA, hosted an interactive panel discussion with Lawrence.

Quarry Faces 3 January 2020

Photo courtesy of OAIMA

3.) MGQ president Lynn Radabaugh, right, was elevated to the position of Ohio Aggregates & Industrial Minerals Association (OAIMA) board president during the association’s annual meeting in Columbus, Ohio. Pictured with Radabaugh is outgoing OAIMA board president Jim Meckstroth, a regional manager at Barrett Paving Materials.

Quarry Faces 4 January 2020

Photo courtesy of Luck Companies

4.) Luck Companies representatives gathered in Washington to celebrate Mark Williams, the company’s environmental manager, who earned NSSGA’s 2019 Environmental Leadership Award. Pictured from left are Charlie Luck, Doug Palmore, Williams, Abel Parker, Jim Van Ness, and Roy Goodman.

Quarry Faces 5 January 2020

Photo by Kevin Yanik

5.) Don Kraupa, manager of blasting services for Vulcan Materials’ Central Division (left), visits with Sauls Seismic president Jeff Taylor during Technology Demonstration Day in Franklin, Tennessee. Representatives from some of the nation’s top aggregate-producing companies gathered for the event, which is an intimate gathering co-sponsored by Sauls Seismic and Nomis Seismographs.

This article is tagged with , , , and posted in featured, Features

About the Author:


Comments are closed

\