Tag: Oldcastle Materials

Oldcastle Materials Upgrade to CDE Technology for Optimal Efficiency

September 1, 2018By

Since Oldcastle Materials upgraded its Burnet County quarry with a new all-in-one EvoWash dual-pass sand processing plant, inconsistent production levels are a thing of the past.

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Inside an Oldcastle site with a new wash plant

April 30, 2018By

Since Oldcastle Materials upgraded its Burnet Quarry in Texas with a new dual-pass sand processing plant, inconsistent production levels and loss of fines to ponds are things of the past.

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Oldcastle Materials CEO offers aggregate industry outlook

March 30, 2018By

Oldcastle Materials CEO Randy Lake, who will serve as NSSGA’s next chairman, breaks down the months to come for the aggregate industry.

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P&Q Hall of Fame Profile: William J. Sandbrook

February 28, 2018By

Before leading U.S. Concrete, industry veteran William J. Sandbrook earned four master’s degrees and taught at the U.S. Military Academy.

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P&Q Profile: Mulzer Crushed Stone’s Matt Bunner

November 20, 2017By

Matt Bunner has dedicated the last 17 years of his career to Mulzer Crushed Stone.

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Reflecting on the CRH-Ash Grove deal and Summit’s late run

October 24, 2017By

Now that CRH has essentially secured its takeover of Ash Grove Cement from Summit Materials, let’s look back at the dynamics at play in the deal and how the CRH-Ash Grove pact compares to another recent acquisition.

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Producers welcome congressmen to their quarries

September 18, 2017By

A pair of aggregate producers hosted U.S. congressmen at their sites, educating them about their operations and the continuous need for construction materials.

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Ranking the nation’s top crushed stone producers

July 13, 2017By

The U.S. Geological Survey produced its latest list of the top crushed stone producers in the United States. Find out which companies make up the top 25.

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