Tag: Oklahoma Aggregates Association

FMI says passage of a one-time infrastructure stimulus package could catapult aggregate producers into a “super cycle” not seen in decades. Photo: MichaelUtech/iStock / Getty Images Plus/Getty Images

Infrastructure funding driving Oklahoma’s 2022 outlook

December 8, 2021 By

Devery Youngblood, executive director of the Oklahoma Aggregates Association, shares his thoughts on how 2021 turned out for producers in his state, as well as his 2022 outlook.

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U.S. Concrete’s Red River Plant in Thackerville, Okla., produces about 600,000 tons of concrete sand per year. Photo: P&Q Staff

How Oklahoma’s aggregate producers are faring these days

December 15, 2020 By

Devery Youngblood, executive director of the Oklahoma Aggregates Association, discusses the state of the aggregate industry in the Sooner State – and more – with P&Q.

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2019 state by state report: Oklahoma

December 7, 2019 By

Devery Youngblood, the executive director of the Oklahoma Aggregates Association, provides a 2020 outlook for the Sooner State.

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Oklahoma Aggregates Association Annual Meeting Downloads

February 13, 2018 By

Presentation Deck (click to view and download PDF)                   Social Media

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NSSGA names Oklahoma association director state executive of the year

March 12, 2014 By

Jim Rodriguez, executive director of the Oklahoma Aggregates Association in Oklahoma City, Okla., was named NSSGA’s 2013 State

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