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Tag: Dan Johnson

Says Dan Johnson of The Concrete Co.: “If the current administration gets another term alongside a Republican Congress, I think we’d still get infrastructure spending because the president has made it a priority.” Photo: PamElla Lee Photography

Johnson: More of the same a real possibility next year

November 19, 2020By

Veteran producer Dan Johnson details what he experienced in 2020, as well as what’s ahead for the aggregate industry.

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Says Dan Johnson of The Concrete Co.: “If the current administration gets another term alongside a Republican Congress, I think we’d still get infrastructure spending because the president has made it a priority.” Photo: PamElla Lee Photography

Johnson: Bailing out the states not necessarily the solution

September 4, 2020By

The Concrete Company’s Dan Johnson welcomes more funding to support demand, but figuring out a fair-for-all approach is no easy task.

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The Concrete Co.’s Dan Johnson speaks at P&Q Roundtable

Johnson: Capex being reevaluated as confidence is 
slowly restored

July 29, 2020By

The Concrete Company’s Dan Johnson offers his latest insights to the aggregate industry.

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Photo courtesy of Dave McLaughlin

Equipment and tech producers are zeroing in on

April 27, 2018By

Producers offer a glimpse at their 2018 capital spending plans and share how technology is changing the nature of aggregate production.

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Slideshow: 2018 Pit & Quarry Roundtable & Conference

February 14, 2018By

Check out a series of photos from the annual event at Streamsong Resort in Bowling Green, Florida.

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Quarry Academy a draw for producers seeking process improvement

November 20, 2017By

Sandvik Mining & Rock Technology and Dyno Nobel hosted their 12th annual educational event in San Antonio.

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Photo courtesy of Dave McLaughlin

Anderson Columbia expands into Texas

August 4, 2017By

Florida roadbuilder Anderson Columbia expands into Texas, purchasing portable processing equipment to start up in a thriving market.

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