Tag: COVID-19

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Nonresidential building plans ease back in March 2020

April 6, 2020By

According to Dodge Data & Analytics, it is still very early in the coronavirus pandemic and March’s data would not fully capture any potential impact of the pandemic on construction planning.

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Pit & Quarry coverage of the coronavirus

April 3, 2020By

Pit & Quarry reports industry updates regarding the coronavirus.

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P&Q associate publisher Dino Vitanza with his sons Santino, right, and Vincent. Click to enlarge | Photo: P&Q Staff

The Pit & Quarry team works from home

April 3, 2020By

With work shifted away from the office due to the coronavirus pandemic, a number of Pit & Quarry team members share their experiences working from home and photos of their new workspaces.

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Share your insights through Pit & Quarry’s coronavirus survey

April 2, 2020By

Aggregate producers are invited to take a short survey about the coronavirus and its impact on their businesses.

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How construction companies are adjusting to the coronavirus

April 2, 2020By

By adopting coronavirus prevention protocols, construction companies can continue to lead by example to help the nation emerge from this crisis.

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Coronavirus protection: Tips for aggregate producers

April 1, 2020By

Trimble’s Kevin Garcia explains how a prepared team with the right tools can succeed in this new normal.

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Getting service and support through a pandemic is easier said than done, but equipment suppliers, for their part, are doing what they can to deliver for customers. Photo: P&Q Staff

Getting parts and service in a pandemic

April 1, 2020By

Some producers are seeing a slight slowdown on the supply side while others report their vendors really aren’t missing a beat through the coronavirus pandemic.

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How one dealer is working through the coronavirus

March 31, 2020By

Jordan Russell, CEO of Indiana-based Belt Tech, is optimistic about the road ahead and already sees the industry pulling through the coronavirus pandemic together.

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