Tag: Kentucky Crushed Stone Association

Participants in the Kentucky Crushed Stone Association’s Emerging Leaders program have visited industry sites around the Bluegrass State, including this Nugent Sand Co. operation on the Ohio River in Louisville, Kentucky. Photo courtesy of Kentucky Crushed Stone Association.

Kentucky program preparing the industry’s next leaders

August 13, 2019By

A Kentucky Crushed Stone Association program provides a platform for up-and-coming producers around the Bluegrass State to sharpen their skills and connect with other emerging professionals.

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P&Q celebrates the Bluegrass State

August 13, 2019By

Pit & Quarry’s Kevin Yanik spent some time in Kentucky this year, and puts the spotlight on the Bluegrass State this month with special coverage of its impact on the aggregate industry.

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Through P&Q's annual State of the Industry Report survey, the collective picture that came together about 2018 is a highly positive one. Photo by Kevin Yanik

Aggregate producers still going strong

December 4, 2018By

Signs point to a positive 2019 for crushed stone, sand and gravel producers despite a few surfacing headwinds.

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KYCSA to host underground stone safety seminar

October 10, 2018By

The Kentucky Crushed Stone Association (KYCSA) will be hosting its 2018 Underground Stone Safety Seminar Nov. 13-14 in Louisville, Kentucky.

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P&Q Profile: Caldwell Stone’s Clay Albright

January 22, 2018By

As a third-generation miner, Clay Albright, assistant quarry manager at Caldwell Stone Co. Inc., developed a career in the aggregate industry at an early age.

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MSHA’s relationship with the aggregate industry

January 5, 2018By

While some producers describe having a healthy relationship with MSHA inspectors, a number continue to describe their experience with the agency as negative.

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Kentucky workshop preps teachers about the aggregate industry

September 18, 2017By

The Kentucky Crushed Stone Association collaborated with its state department of education to redesign a workshop for teachers that will ultimately educate students about the aggregate industry.

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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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