Tag: Kentucky Crushed Stone Association

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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Photo courtesy of Clay Albright

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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Ground control, mine safety among Kentucky seminar topics

October 26, 2016By

The 21st annual Underground Stone Seminar will take place Dec. 6-7 in Louisville, Kentucky.

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Bramco-MPS names Mark Strader its sales director Headshot: Mark Strader

Bramco-MPS appoints sales director

July 20, 2016By

Bramco-MPS hired Mark Strader as its sales director.

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