Tag: Editors’ Blog

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Gibraltar Rock, Sahara Sand team on JFK Airport reconstruction

July 10, 2019By

The divisions of the Silvi Group Cos. are nearing the finish line on the delivery of 185,000 tons of sand and stone for runway No. 3 at the airport.

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How Lehigh Hanson is approaching truck fleet management

July 10, 2019By

Lehigh Hanson is working with a tech company to modernize its aggregate delivery capacity, booking and truck scheduling.

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Embracing diversity key to Vulcan Materials’ growth

June 24, 2019By

Vulcan Materials is now a part of an organization called CEO Action for Diversity & Inclusion, which strives to increase diverse representation of women and people of color throughout companies.

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The primary crushing plant at Haydon Materials' Airport Road Quarry in Bardstown, Kentucky. Photo by Kevin Yanik

Slideshow: Haydon Materials’ Airport Road Quarry

May 22, 2019By

Check out a few photos from Haydon Materials’ new 1 million-tpy quarry in Bardstown, Kentucky.

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Producers: Take P&Q’s survey on equipment dealers

April 29, 2019By

Pit & Quarry is producing a report on dealers for its July issue, and our editors want producer input. You may even win a gift card for taking our survey.

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USGS again ranked Cemex’s Balcones Quarry as the top crushed stone-producing operation in the nation. Photo by Kevin Yanik

What’s trending in the aggregate world?

February 13, 2019By

During a press conference at AGG1 2019, McLanahan Corp.’s Mark Krause pointed out three trends he’s currently seeing in the marketplace.

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P&Q Roundtable attendees are largely optimistic about the new tax law but they have serious questions about how it affects Congress’ ability to pass something meaningful on infrastructure. Photo: iStock.com/ Ron and Patty Thomas

What the Election Day results probably mean for the aggregate industry

November 12, 2018By

Now that the House is in the hands of Democrats and the Senate is in Republican control, can our Congress come to terms on major legislative issues like infrastructure?

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Martin Marietta’s preliminary view of 2019

November 9, 2018By

The company anticipates mid-single-digit growth in both aggregate pricing and shipments next year.

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