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Tag: Kevin Yanik

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Share your insights through Pit & Quarry’s coronavirus survey

April 2, 2020By

Aggregate producers are invited to take a short survey about the coronavirus and its impact on their businesses.

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Yanik: Plenty of reasons to give thanks these days

March 30, 2020By

Taking the temperature of the world around us provides a reminder of just how fortunate we are to work in and around the aggregate industry.

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A message from Pit & Quarry magazine

March 26, 2020By

The coronavirus is impacting all of us – individuals, businesses and communities – in unprecedented ways. Pit & Quarry continues to be here for you

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Yanik: The industry adjusts to the new normal

March 24, 2020By

While rock is still being crushed across the nation, P&Q Editor-in-Chief Kevin Yanik writes how aggregate producers are taking new measures to keep employees safe while assessing the road ahead for their businesses.

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Show traffic was steady outside the Las Vegas Convention Center on the opening day of ConExpo-Con/Agg 2020. Photo: P&Q Staff

ConExpo-Con/Agg, coronavirus and the strangest of circumstances

March 20, 2020By

With high drama leading up to the show, ConExpo-Con/Agg 2020 was largely a success despite health concerns keeping top aggregate producers away.

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Yanik: The spectacle that is ConExpo-Con/Agg returns

March 1, 2020By

Having recently returned from Las Vegas for World of Concrete, Editor-in-Chief Kevin Yanik prepares for a return to Sin City with the upcoming ConExpo-Con/Agg.

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Looking back on the aggregate industry in 2019

December 5, 2019By

A reflection on the year’s highs and lows produces a snapshot of how aggregate producers are performing as the next decade approaches.

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Aggregate producers are raising concerns as MSHA merges coal inspectors with the metal/nonmetal mining sector. Photo by Kevin Yanik

MSHA’s evolution through the years

November 6, 2019By

Check out insights from a fall 2019 panel discussion on the Mine Safety & Health Administration (MSHA).

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