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Tag: bluegrass materials

Throughout his career, Dave Thomey has held positions at the local, state and national level. Photo: NSSGA

P&Q Hall of Fame Profile: David R. Thomey

March 28, 2022By

The Maryland producer changed the perception of the ‘the local quarry’ and elevated the industry’s stature with its neighbors.

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Edward L. “Ted” Baker, at the far right, is pictured here in 1973 alongside his father, Thompson S. Baker, center, and William Mayer of the American Stock Exchange. Photo: P&Q Archives

P&Q Hall of Fame Profile: Edward L. ‘Ted’ Baker

February 22, 2022By

The longtime Florida Rock leader built one of the industry’s top companies behind a vigorous plan involving acquisitions and modernization.

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Martin Marietta’s purchase of Hanson’s Western assets complete

October 5, 2021By

Ward Nye, chairman, president and CEO of Martin Marietta, weighed in on what the acquisition means for his company.

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Making sense of the aggregate market

September 12, 2018By , and

While the market trembles, FMI’s George Reddin and Scott Duncan write that the fundamentals remain very positive for the construction materials sector.

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Martin Marietta sells two quarries, acquires CRH business

June 25, 2018By

Martin Marietta completed the divestitures required in connection with its Bluegrass Materials acquisition and acquired a business in Nebraska.

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Martin Marietta optimistic as it looks toward summer 2018

May 17, 2018By

The company expects continued growth in both public and private construction activity this year.

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Martin Marietta-Bluegrass officially a done deal

April 30, 2018By

The acquisition of Bluegrass adds the largest privately held, pure-play aggregate company in the United States to Martin Marietta.

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Analysis: What CRH’s purchase of Ash Grove means

September 25, 2017By

George Reddin, managing director at FMI Capital Advisors, offers some perspective on CRH’s $3.5 billion acquisition of Ash Grove Cement, as well as what’s ahead in the M&A market beyond this deal.

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