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Seaborn: Why roadbuilding, residential construction may carry some producers

September 14, 2020By

Luck Companies’ Scott Seaborn forecasts a slight year-over-year decline in aggregate demand throughout the Mid-Atlantic and Southeastern markets. 

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Scepaniak: Energy, DOT projects fueling healthy production

September 14, 2020By

Wm. D. Scepaniak’s John Scepaniak discusses materials demand in the Upper Midwest, saying longer-term projects should keep the company’s schedule occupied until year’s end.

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Keaton Turner founded Turner Mining Group in 2017. The business is focused on contract mining, overburden removal, crushing and screening, reclamation, drilling and blasting, and specialty activities.Photo: PamElla Lee Photography

Turner: Expecting business to pick up after November’s election

September 14, 2020By

Turner Mining Group’s Keaton Turner shares what he currently sees in the market – and what’s ahead.

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The American Society of Civil Engineers gives Missouri a C- for its bridges. Fortunately, the state agreed this year to a bond measure that will fund $301 million in repairs for more than 200 bridges across Missouri. Photo: iStock.com/tupungato

Nearly $1B in federal grants awarded for state DOT projects

June 19, 2020By

The Trump administration intends to invest $906 million in infrastructure across 20 states through the Infrastructure for Rebuilding America discretionary grant program.

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The Editor’s View: Assessing the industry landscape

The Editor’s View: Assessing the industry landscape

May 11, 2020By

Back in the magazine’s downtown Cleveland office, Pit & Quarry’s Kevin Yanik shares preliminary results from an ongoing industry survey on coronavirus impacts.

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ARTBA chair makes case for infrastructure package

May 1, 2020By

This week, the American Road & Transportation Builders Association (ARTBA) calls for a multi-year plan addressing transportation infrastructure.

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Former US transportation secretary joins Graniterock

April 9, 2018By

Mary Peters, secretary of transportation under President George W. Bush, was elected to the company’s board of directors.

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ARTBA: US transportation infrastructure market to rebound in 2018

December 1, 2017By

The U.S. transportation infrastructure market is anticipated to rebound slightly next year, following a 2.8 percent drop in 2017, reports ARTBA.

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