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Tag: Hinkle Contracting Co.

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CRH, Summit make a deal

May 17, 2022By

Summit Materials divested Kentucky-based Hinkle Contracting Co. to CRH Americas in a deal involving multiple aggregate operations.

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The workforce challenge that isn’t going away

June 24, 2019By

While producers and manufacturers struggle to find quality people and keep them on board, progressive companies are getting creative to build their future workforce.

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Neighborhood quarries are everywhere, providing for communities that may not fully understand the value of having an aggregate site in their backyard. Photo courtesy of Lehigh Hanson.

Is the local quarry endangered?

May 22, 2019By

Find out how forward-thinking producers are overcoming the digital mob to keep neighborhood sites alive.

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A number of aggregate producers are looking to upgrade their plants these days with brand-new equipment. Photo: iStock.com/isabela66

Equipment supply-and-demand conundrums

April 25, 2019By

Manufacturers are getting creative to meet the needs of producers who are increasingly pressed for heavy machinery, processing equipment and parts.

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P&Q Profile: Hinkle Contracting’s Warren Hawkridge

July 31, 2018By

A conversation with the senior vice president of operations of Hinkle Contracting Co.

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A ground shot of the Bourbon Limestone plant. Photo: P&Q Staff

Hinkle Contracting’s experience with drones highly positive

August 30, 2017By

Kentucky producer Hinkle Contracting Co.’s investment in an unmanned aircraft system has exceeded its expectations.

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Kentucky producers recognized for community relations, safety excellence

July 24, 2017By

The Kentucky Crushed Stone Association presented its 2017 Good Neighbor Award and its 2016 Safety Milestone Awards.

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The Trump wall: What is it exactly and how could it affect the industry?

The Trump wall: What is it exactly and how could it affect the industry?

February 24, 2017By

President Donald Trump’s proposed wall along the U.S.-Mexico border has generated interest among aggregate industry stakeholders. But what would the Trump wall actually look like, and would the industry really stand to benefit?

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Continuous conveying at a Kentucky plant

January 9, 2017By

It’s unlikely you’ve seen a single conveyor that stretches upward from one point to another like the one at Hinkle Contracting’s Bourbon Limestone in Kentucky.

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