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Volume, pricing increase in second quarter 2019 at Martin Marietta

July 31, 2019By

Aggregate volume and pricing at Martin Marietta improved 9.9 percent and 3.4 percent, respectively, during the second quarter, compared to the same period last year.

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North Carolina Aggregates Association inducts inaugural HOF class

July 25, 2019By

The North Carolina Aggregates Association enshrined three men into its new Hall of Fame (HOF) during the association’s Annual Convention.

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Newest Martin Marietta board member brings M&A experience

July 17, 2019By

Tom Pike, now an independent member of Martin Marietta’s board of directors, served as CEO of Quintiles Transnational Holdings.

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Momentum building for 2019 M&A construction materials market

A strong first quarter and an improving outlook will likely reinvigorate the construction materials merger and acquisition market.

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Martin Marietta notches first-quarter records in revenue, EBITDA

May 6, 2019By

Improved shipments, pricing and cost management drove Martin Marietta’s first-quarter performance to new levels.

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U.S. Concrete’s Pruitt named president

April 15, 2019By

Ronnie Pruitt, who previously served U.S. Concrete as COO, will continue to report to chairman and CEO Bill Sandbrook.

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Excessive rainfall in several regions provided for a number of challenging days for aggregate operations in 2018. Photo by Joe McCarthy.

Reasons to feel good about the industry in 2019

April 8, 2019By

2018 pressures remain for the construction materials industry, but FMI’s George Reddin gives producers several reasons to be optimistic about 2019.

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Martin Marietta: Business fundamentals, demand remains strong

February 28, 2019By

The company expects continued strength in the private sector, as well as increased public-sector activity, to drive shipment, pricing and profitability growth in the months ahead.

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