Your behavior appears to be a little unusual. Please verify that you are not a bot.


Tag: aggregate pricing

Photo: P&Q Staff

Aggregate Forecast: Looking to 2022 and beyond

October 26, 2021By

With the pandemic possibly nearing an end once again, the next few years could present tremendous growth – if supply chain issues are settled.

Read More
Logo: Summit Materials

Summit sees volumes, pricing grow in second quarter 2021

August 16, 2021By

Summit Materials CEO Anne Noonan says the company delivered volume growth in most lines of business and pricing growth in all lines of business during the second quarter.

Read More
Logo: Vulcan Materials Company

How Vulcan Materials fared in second quarter 2021

August 4, 2021By

Tom Hill, chairman and CEO of the nation’s largest aggregate producer, offered perspective following the release of Vulcan Materials’ second-quarter report.

Read More
Martin Marietta logo

Aggregate shipments, pricing up at Martin Marietta

August 3, 2021By

Martin Marietta says a few key factors boosted its building materials business in the second quarter.

Read More
Photo: P&Q Staff

Sponsored: 3 trends on the industry’s road to recovery

May 12, 2021By and

In this week’s Road to Recovery video, Pit & Quarry’s Kevin Yanik touches on aggregate pricing, mergers and acquisitions and the return of industry events.

Read More
U.S. Concrete logo

First-quarter aggregate business strong at U.S. Concrete

May 6, 2021By

Says U.S. Concrete president and CEO Ronnie Pruitt: “We are seeing an increase in bidding levels and project starts, which continue to point to a stronger second half of 2021.”

Read More
Martin Marietta logo

Martin Marietta ‘off to a strong start’ to 2021

May 5, 2021By

Martin Marietta chairman and CEO Ward Nye says the company established first-quarter records for revenues, profits and safety, delivering solid operational and financial performance.

Read More
Logo: Vulcan Materials Company

Vulcan Materials aggregate sales up in first quarter

May 4, 2021By

Both sales and shipments were up 3 percent compared with the prior year’s first quarter.

Read More