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Countdown to ConExpo-Con/Agg 2020

August 19, 2019By

The Pit & Quarry team will be covering ConExpo-Con/Agg 2020, which will take place March 10-14 in Las Vegas.

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Cemex reaches agreement on California coastal mine

July 17, 2017By

The California Coastal Commission approved the agreement Cemex negotiated with commission staff regarding the continued operation of the Cemex Lapis sand plant.

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Viewpoint to acquire Dexter + Chaney

July 12, 2017By

The addition of Dexter + Chaney’s product suite will be a component of Viewpoint’s strategy to further drive the adoption of technology in construction.

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Analysis: What Martin Marietta’s purchase of Bluegrass means

Analysis: What Martin Marietta’s purchase of Bluegrass means

June 29, 2017By

George Reddin, managing director at FMI Capital Advisors, offers some perspective on Martin Marietta’s $1.6 billion acquisition of Bluegrass Materials, as well as what’s ahead in the M&A market beyond this deal.

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Martin Marietta purchasing Bluegrass Materials

Martin Marietta purchasing Bluegrass Materials

June 26, 2017By

Bluegrass, one of the largest privately-held aggregate producers in the United States, is being acquired for $1.625 billion.

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Headshot: Anne Lloyd

Martin Marietta’s Lloyd to retire; successor named

June 23, 2017By

Anne Lloyd, executive vice president and CFO of the company, announced plans to retire. James Nickolas, formerly of Caterpillar, will succeed her at Martin Marietta.

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Photo courtesy of the Wirtgen Group.

Wirtgen brothers discuss the Deere deal

June 1, 2017By

Jürgen and Stefan Wirtgen, the managing partners of the Wirtgen Group, provide insights into their decision to sell the privately held company to John Deere.

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Mellott University's class of 2016, pictured with faculty and administrators in front of a crusher they assembled for their final exam. Photo courtesy of Mellott Co.

Mellott program training tomorrow’s technicians

September 12, 2016By

A shortage of qualified technical personnel in the aggregate industry prompted the company to develop a remedy to the state of affairs.

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