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Tag: American Road and Transportation Builders Association

With five of the nation’s 13 most populous cities residing in Texas, demand for construction materials in the Lone Star State is, not surprisingly, very high. Photo: Art Wager/iStock / Getty Images Plus/Getty Images

Which states have the worst bridges?

April 22, 2020By

An American Road & Transportation Builders Association analysis of national data offers insights on the bridges that need major repairs or replacements the most across the United States.

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ARTBA: Transportation construction continues in most states

April 7, 2020By

A late March survey initiated by the American Road & Transportation Builders Association (ARTBA) shows that many of the companies that build and maintain the nation’s transportation infrastructure continue to work.

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NSSGA president, CEO discusses presidential race, infrastructure

April 6, 2020By

At the 2020 Pit & Quarry Roundtable & Conference, Michael Johnson of the National Stone, Sand & Gravel Association reflected on 2019, looked ahead to the production season and offered insights on the 2020 presidential election.

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Geraghty retires, Matson assumes president and CEO role

Geraghty retires, Matson assumes president and CEO role

March 25, 2016By

Jerry Geraghty, president and CEO of Rogers Group Inc., announced his retirement from the company. Darin Matson, who […]

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AGG1 2016: Educational programs

March 8, 2016By

Educational programs are being offered by the National Stone, Sand & Gravel Association (NSSGA), National Asphalt Pavement Association […]

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Countdown to AGG1 Aggregates Academy & Expo: Education

February 3, 2015By

There’s a lot to learn this March in Baltimore for aggregate industry managers and employees. The 2015 AGG1 […]

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What’s ahead?

December 14, 2012By

What can we expect for the aggregates industry in 2013? Assuming both sides in Washington are able to […]

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What’s ahead?

December 14, 2012By

What can we expect for the aggregates industry in 2013? Assuming both sides in Washington are able to […]

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