Tag: Colorado

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Martin Marietta acquires Albert Frei & Sons

January 17, 2024By

Albert Frei & Sons is the nation’s 54th-largest crushed stone producer, serving the Denver market.

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P&Q Profile: Holcim’s Kevin Peart

July 27, 2023By

Kevin Peart discusses Holcim’s Populus project, sustainability opportunities and how the company is performing in the Mountain region.

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Gallery: P&Q visits the National Mining Hall of Fame & Museum

May 18, 2023By

The museum in Leadville, Colorado, is where replica plaques of all Pit & Quarry Hall of Fame inductees are on display.

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Partnership between industry halls of fame endures

May 11, 2023By

A visit to the National Mining Hall of Fame & Museum in Colorado provides an opportunity to celebrate those enshrined in the Pit & Quarry Hall of Fame over the last decade.

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IHC Scott venturing into aggregates in Colorado

February 10, 2023By

IHC Scott joins sister companies Geneva Rock and Sunroc as subsidiaries of Clyde Companies that offer aggregates.

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Holcim acquires 13 Pioneer quarries

February 10, 2023By

Holcim purchased sand and aggregate operations from Pioneer Landscape Centers, expanding its reach in Colorado and Arizona.

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Holcim rebrands Aggregate Industries, others

September 29, 2022By

Aggregate Industries, Metro Mix Concrete and Transit Mix Concrete are taking on the Holcim brand name in the state of Colorado.

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How Cemex finds opportunities to pursue sustainability

June 20, 2022By

Cemex USA recently celebrated its second Sustainability Month by hosting events across the U.S. to encourage positive action for the planet.

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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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