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Tag: aggregate pricing

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How Summit Materials performed in the first quarter

May 5, 2022By

CEO Anne Noonan characterizes the business environment as ‘favorable towards the potential for additional price increases.’

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Martin Marietta presents look into its 2022 start

May 3, 2022By

Although inflation outpaced top-line improvement in the first quarter, Martin Marietta expects price increases to mitigate rising costs moving forward.

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Arcosa: Fundamentals remain in place for growth

April 29, 2022By

Arcosa president and CEO Antonio Carrillo says construction activity is healthy and that the company experienced additional pricing gains in the first quarter of the year.

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Cemex offers details on its early-2022 performance

April 28, 2022By

Cemex made a few key gains at its U.S. operations in the first quarter of the year.

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Simonson: Pricing volatility not going away anytime soon

March 23, 2022By and

Ken Simonson, chief economist at the Associated General Contractors of America, expects pricing volatility for construction inputs to be a major storyline for the rest of 2022.

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CRH offers reflection on 2021 performance

March 3, 2022By

The company says last year presented additional growth, with CRH Americas Materials experiencing a 10 percent increase in materials sales.

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Granite offers window into 2021 material business

February 25, 2022By

Granite Construction says lower aggregate volumes and wet weather played roles in its fourth quarter last year. Find out more.

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How Summit Materials finished 2021

February 25, 2022By

Summit Materials experienced volume growth in aggregates across a number of its territories last year, with average selling prices for aggregates also up.

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