Tag: Knife River Corp

An aerial view of the Hawaiian Cement plant, with the AquaCycle thickener positioned in the center. According to CDE, the AquaCycle recycles up to 90 percent of used water. Photo courtesy of CDE

Partnerships push Hawaiian Cement into the future

August 8, 2019By

Seeking a wet processing solution that both elevates production and represents the company’s values, Hawaiian Cement turns to a familiar vendor for technology that should carry a key site into the future.

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Knife River acquires aggregate, ready-mix operations

March 5, 2019By

Knife River Corp., a subsidiary of MDU Resources Group, acquired additional aggregate deposits in Texas and a ready-mix concrete supplier in Oregon.

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MDU Resources Group acquires Concrete Materials

October 8, 2018By

MDU Resources Group acquired Sweetman Construction Co., a Sioux Falls, South Dakota-based aggregate producer that operates as Concrete Materials.

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MDU Resources acquires aggregate supplier

June 4, 2018By

Tri-City Paving will become part of Knife River Corp., the construction materials subsidiary of MDU Resources.

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Inside a Knife River crushing operation

March 16, 2018By

A Knife River operation in Oregon is poised to pounce on a rebounding market behind its new jaw and cone crushing plants.

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Hawaii operation overcomes waste coarse aggregate issue

January 26, 2018By

Quarry operation Hawaiian Cement comes across a unique solution for its mountain of waste coarse aggregate.

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Knife River names VP of business development

October 17, 2017By

Knife River Corp., an MDU Resources company, appointed Nathan Ring as its vice president of business development and operations support, effective Nov. 1.

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App opens door for digital stockpile measurements

November 5, 2014By

Measuring stockpiles can be a complicated process, from accurately measuring the piles to recording and storing data. “Tracking […]

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