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Tag: FMI Corp.

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Photo slideshow: 2020 Pit & Quarry Roundtable & Conference

February 4, 2020By

Photo highlights featuring producers, equipment suppliers and other industry stakeholders at the Pit & Quarry Roundtable & Conference in Bonita Springs, Florida.

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Divestitures are sometimes required to complete a deal involving crushed stone, sand and gravel operations. Photo: iStock.com/peuceta

2019: The ‘show me’ year

February 22, 2019By , and

Despite adverse weather and interest rate hikes in the second half of 2018, several early 2019 signs point to a positive year ahead, write FMI Corp.’s George Reddin and Scott Duncan.

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Construction materials developments to expect in 2018

Keep an eye on these construction materials market developments as 2018 takes shape.

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Competitive changes in the aggregate industry

December 26, 2017By , and

Over the course of the past four years, more than $50 billion has changed hands through mergers and acquisitions in the aggregate industry.

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P&Q’s State of the Industry Report reflects on 2017 and the year ahead

P&Q’s State of the Industry Report reflects on 2017 and the year ahead

December 18, 2017By

The latest edition of Pit & Quarry featuring the magazine’s year-end State of the Industry Report is here.

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Mid-year construction materials review

September 25, 2017By , and

If the first-half of 2017 for the construction materials industry can be summed up in a word, it’s “uncertainty.”

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Q1 2017 construction materials update

Aggregate, asphalt and concrete will all be affected this year as the competitive reshuffling upstream calms.

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The Trump administration’s impact on M&A activity

February 6, 2017By

How will the Trump administration affect merger and acquisition activity in the aggregate industry? P&Q columnist George Reddin offers his projections.

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