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Tag: aggregate pricing

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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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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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Says Dan Johnson of The Concrete Co.: “If the current administration gets another term alongside a Republican Congress, I think we’d still get infrastructure spending because the president has made it a priority.” Photo: PamElla Lee Photography

Johnson: More of the same a real possibility next year

November 19, 2020By

Veteran producer Dan Johnson details what he experienced in 2020, as well as what’s ahead for the aggregate industry.

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Aggregate shipments down, pricing up at Martin Marietta

October 29, 2020By

Upon releasing its third-quarter 2020 results, the company detailed that it expects to see continued industry-wide fluctuations in product demand over the next few quarters.

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How Summit Materials performed in third-quarter 2020

October 28, 2020By

The company shares insights on its aggregate, concrete and asphalt businesses.

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End-of-summer industry reflection

September 4, 2020By

With Labor Day marking the unofficial end of summer, Pit & Quarry’s Kevin Yanik reflects on the state of the aggregate industry and what’s happening with aggregate production, pricing and industry events.

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Cost control, price growth theme of Vulcan Materials’ second quarter 2020

August 4, 2020By

Says Vulcan chairman and CEO Tom Hill: “Our second-quarter results demonstrate the resiliency of our best-in-class aggregates-led business.”

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U.S. Concrete’s Red River Plant in Thackerville, Okla., produces about 600,000 tons of concrete sand per year. Photo: P&Q Staff

Agg business shines in second quarter 2020 at U.S. Concrete

August 4, 2020By

Sales volumes and average selling prices were up significantly in the quarter, leading to some all-time-high quarterly marks at the company.

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