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Tag: 2020

Says Twin State Sand & Gravel's Seth Ames: "2020 has been a pretty good year considering everything that is going on in the world.” Photo: P&Q Staff

Assessing the aggregate industry as 2020 nears its end

December 3, 2020By

Producers persevered through a pandemic and a recession this year, and many maintain glass-half-full attitudes about 2021.

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Report: Construction employment slipping downward

December 2, 2020By

Employment in the construction industry dropped in 209 of 358 metro areas between October 2019 and October of this year, according to the Associated General Contractors of America.

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Reviewing MSHA in 2020, and a look to 2021

December 2, 2020By and

A question remains as to how the Mine Safety & Health Administration (MSHA) will apply its existing standards to address COVID hazards, Ogletree Deakins’ Bill Doran and Margo Lopez write.

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Part 1: Catching up with Bond Construction’s Karen Hubacz-Kiley

December 1, 2020By

Bond Construction Corp.’s Karen Hubacz-Kiley offers perspective on the state of U.S. infrastructure, 2020 industry challenges, and more in Part 1 of a two-part P&Q interview.

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The Georgia Senate runoffs and their potential impact

December 1, 2020By and

The U.S. Senate is still up for grabs, and the outcomes of those two runoffs would have dramatically different effects on aggregate producers across the nation. SC Market Analytics’ David Chereb explains.

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Pandemic, weather factoring in to CRH performance

November 24, 2020By

While aggregate volumes are down on the year at CRH Americas Materials, the average price of aggregate materials is up slightly.

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AGC provides update on construction employment

November 20, 2020By

According to the Associated General Contractors of America (AGC), New York and Vermont posted their worst job losses since February while Virginia and South Dakota added the most jobs.

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Scepaniak expecting a drop in demand come 2021

November 20, 2020By

2020 production and pricing, however, were fairly consistent with 2019, writes Wm. D. Scepaniak project manager John Scepaniak.

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