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Tag: CRH Americas Materials

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CRH, Summit make a deal

May 17, 2022By

Summit Materials divested Kentucky-based Hinkle Contracting Co. to CRH Americas in a deal involving multiple aggregate operations.

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First-quarter 2021 sales up at CRH

April 29, 2021By

With the first quarter complete, CRH chief executive Albert Manifold reflected on a stretch that offered good underlying demand and pricing improvements for the company.

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CRH report offers details of the company’s 2020

March 4, 2021By

Good price progression, focused cost control, lower energy costs and operational efficiencies sustained CRH Americas Materials last year.

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Pandemic, weather factoring in to CRH performance

November 24, 2020By

While aggregate volumes are down on the year at CRH Americas Materials, the average price of aggregate materials is up slightly.

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Nye, Lake among ARTBA’s 2020-21 officers

October 26, 2020By

Martin Marietta’s Ward Nye and CRH Americas Materials’ Randy Lake are among those with ties to the aggregate industry serving as officers of the American Road & Transportation Builders Association (ARTBA).

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Women’s conference brings CRH leaders together

March 30, 2020By

Women from CRH’s businesses gathered in the nation’s capital to discuss workforce development, highway funding and more.

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Allen: Exemptions, spring provide reason for optimism

March 25, 2020By

Clint Allen of CRH Americas Materials provides a guest commentary on the current state of the industry and how to best get through the coronavirus pandemic.

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CRH Americas Materials experiences first-quarter 2019 progress

April 26, 2019By

Aggregate and asphalt volumes were ahead of 2018 due to milder weather in the certain regions, the company reports.

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