Tag: growth


Exploring the 2022 construction materials market (Part 1)

April 14, 2023 By

Aggregate producers joined equipment manufacturers and dealers at the top of this year’s Roundtable conversations to discuss last year’s outcome.

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Fourth-quarter 2019 growth at Vulcan spurs 2020 optimism

February 21, 2020 By

Vulcan’s full year 2019 revenues were $4.9 billion, a 12 percent increased compared to 2018, while net earnings were up 20 percent, compared to the prior year, to $618 million.

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HeidelbergCement releases first-quarter 2019 report

May 13, 2019 By

The company reported growth in both revenue and sales volumes in its first-quarter earnings.

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Report: Recycled construction aggregate market on the rise

January 28, 2019 By

The recycled construction aggregate market sold over 3.7 million tons of product in 2018, as estimated by a recent report from Fact.MR.

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Cemex sales grow 8 percent in third quarter 2018

November 15, 2018 By

Cemex’s third-quarter 2018 was highlighted by an 8 percent growth in sales, the highest growth in a single quarter for the company first-quarter 2014.

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Martin Marietta, LafargeHolcim, Cemex, Eagle Materials unveil second-quarter 2018 results

July 30, 2018 By

Martin Marietta, LafargeHolcim, Cemex and Eagle Materials revealed their second-quarter 2018 results. Check them out below.

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Vulcan posts second-quarter results

August 1, 2016 By

Vulcan Materials Co. released its second quarter results, which show earnings growth and margin expansion despite below-trend shipment growth.

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FMI Q2 Construction Outlook forecasts 5 percent growth

July 6, 2015 By

According to FMI Corp.’s Q2 Construction Outlook, construction activities are expected to grow at 5 percent in 2015,

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FMI predicts 8 percent construction growth in 2015

March 25, 2015 By

FMI predicts total construction put in place (CPIP) will grow 8 percent in 2015. According to FMI, this

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