Scepaniak: Energy, DOT projects fueling healthy production

By |  September 14, 2020
Headshot: John Scepaniak, Wm. D. Scepaniak


We expect 2020 to close out with consistent demand for our products. We’re nearing the end of peak summer demand, when we have been expanding crews and adding rental equipment to meet simultaneous client deadlines.

Our clients within the renewable energy and Department of Transportation construction sectors throughout Minnesota and the Dakotas will maintain production needs into the early fall, but peak demand for those projects will fade as projects are completed before the winter shutdown.

As we approach fall and early winter, we will settle into longer-term production settings to produce materials inventory for our clients in commercial and residential construction between Minneapolis and Fargo (North Dakota). Those projects should keep our schedule occupied until year’s end.

John Scepaniak is project manager at Wm. D. Scepaniak, a contract crusher serving the Upper Midwest.

Editor’s note: As part of our Road to Recovery coverage, P&Q is turning to some of the industry’s leaders for their takes on the road ahead. This month, leaders were posed with the following question: What is your expectation for aggregate demand in the coming months? Where do you anticipate the greatest demand to come from, and are there areas where you anticipate demand shortcomings?

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