Tag: Bluegrass Materials

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NSSGA names 2017 Grassroots Award recipients

September 7, 2017By

McLanahan Corp.’s George Sidney, Gernatt Asphalt Products Inc.’s Bill Schmitz and Bluegrass Materials’ Brian McNamara will receive NSSGA’s 2017 Grassroots Awards.

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Analysis: What Martin Marietta’s purchase of Bluegrass means

Analysis: What Martin Marietta’s purchase of Bluegrass means

June 29, 2017By

George Reddin, managing director at FMI Capital Advisors, offers some perspective on Martin Marietta’s $1.6 billion acquisition of Bluegrass Materials, as well as what’s ahead in the M&A market beyond this deal.

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Martin Marietta purchasing Bluegrass Materials

Martin Marietta purchasing Bluegrass Materials

June 26, 2017By

Bluegrass, one of the largest privately-held aggregate producers in the United States, is being acquired for $1.625 billion.

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Photo courtesy of Deister Machine Co.

Screening circuits optimize Maryland operation’s process flow

February 6, 2017By

Highly efficient screening circuits optimize productivity and process flow for a Maryland operation.

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MTBMA recognizes Maryland operators

April 29, 2016By

The Maryland Transportation Builders & Materials Association (MTBMA) recognized outstanding operators at its fourth annual safety banquet, reports

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Working class traditions

June 8, 2015By

One family contributes four generations of workers to the Bluegrass Materials Texas Quarry in Maryland. About half a

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NSSGA sponsors tour of Bluegrass Materials’ Texas Quarry

March 16, 2015By

About two busloads of people visited the Bluegrass Materials Texas Quarry in Cockeysville, Md., on Monday, March 16

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NSSGA offering noise, dust workshop at AGG1

December 16, 2014By

The National Stone, Sand and Gravel Association‘s (NSSGA) Noise and Dust Workshop will co-locate with the 2015 AGG1

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Perfect Pricing: An app helps maximize freight rate

July 22, 2014By

An industry-customized app is helping Bluegrass Materials win more jobs and maximize its freight rate. Pen and paper.

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