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Quarry Faces: July 2022

By |  July 14, 2022

The 2022 Pit & Quarry Roundtable & Conference took place June 7-8 at Chateau Elan outside of Atlanta. About 80 people, including representatives from aggregate producers, manufacturers, dealers and associations, attended the event.

Photo: PamElla Lee Photography

Photo: PamElla Lee Photography

A cocktail reception welcomed Roundtable attendees on June 7. Pictured at the reception, from left, are HaulHub Technologies’ Matthew Valle, Arcosa Aggregates’ Cory Danner and Pit & Quarry’s Rob Fulop.

Photo: P&Q Staff

Photo: P&Q Staff

A scramble golf tournament is regularly a part of the Pit & Quarry Roundtable & Conference. This foursome included, from left, Master Power Transmission’s Michael Kelly, Cline Dooley of Summit Materials, Conn-Weld’s Sean Weisiger and Mark Strader of Bramco.

Photo: PamElla Lee Photography

Photo: P&Q Staff

Michele Stanley, vice president of government and regulatory affairs at the National Stone, Sand & Gravel Association, offered legislative and regulatory updates pertaining to the aggregate industry during a Q&A session with P&Q’s Kevin Yanik.

Photo: PamElla Lee Photography

Photo: PamElla Lee Photography

EJ Burke of Quick Supply Co. and a 2021 Pit & Quarry Hall of Fame inductee, left, visited with Bond Construction Corp.’s Karen Hubacz and Sheldon Shepherd of Tecweigh at the event’s welcome reception.

Photo: P&Q Staff

Photo: P&Q Staff

During the Roundtable discussions, attendees addressed the state of the industry, equipment and technology trends and more. While stakeholders seem to agree that aggregate demand is high, headwinds such as inflation, supply chain disruptions and labor shortages continue to present challenges. Pictured at center is Schurco Slurry’s Will Pierce as he offered insights during the day’s discussions.


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