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Tag: Pennsylvania Aggregates and Concrete Association

According to PennDOT, more than three-quarters of its annual budget is invested in Pennsylvania's 120,000 miles of state and local highways and 32,000 state and local bridges. Photo: Alex Potemkin / iStock / Getty Images Plus/Getty Images

Quantifying alkali-silica reaction in Pennsylvania

April 23, 2021By and

A pair of producers shares the findings of a joint study measuring the reactive levels of aggregates on thousands of miles of Pennsylvania’s roads and bridges.

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With the state of Pennsylvania categorizing the aggregate, cement and concrete industries as “life-sustaining” during 2020 lockdowns, Masters RMC’s Bob Housel says construction materials producers have a strong case to make that they’re essential to the way of life in the Keystone State. Photo: Bob Housel

Inside the world of a Pennsylvania aggregate producer

March 22, 2021By

Despite a list full of pressing industry issues, Pennsylvania Aggregates & Concrete Association leaders are confident they can keep industry businesses moving forward through collaboration.

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Red Oak Sand & Gravel exists primarily for Masters RMC's own internal use. Photo: Bob Housel

P&Q Profile: Masters RMC’s Bob Housel

February 1, 2021By

A conversation with the president of Pennsylvania-based Masters RMC about the market’s conditions and the history of his family business.

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Hanson Aggregates - Penns Park Quarry Conveyor, Newtown, Pennsylvania. Photo: Zach Mentz

Pennsylvania’s year of ups and downs continues

December 9, 2020By

The threat of a late-year shutdown on Pennsylvania construction projects was the latest in a string of events that probably gave the state’s aggregate producers heart palpitations. Long-term funding solutions could, however, finally be on the way.

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Pennsylvania association welcomes latest round of leadership

December 4, 2020By

Masters RMC’s Bob Housel was elected chairman of the Pennsylvania Aggregates & Concrete Association, which also made several other appointments.

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Martin Stone Quarries has been providing aggregate and infield mix material to southeastern Pennsylvania and surrounding states since 1953. Photo: Rod Martin

Plowing through in Pennsylvania despite complex circumstances

July 27, 2020By

The pandemic presented Pennsylvania’s producers more challenges than most, but 2020, when said and done, may turn out alright in the Keystone State.

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Hanson Aggregates - Penns Park Quarry Conveyor, Newtown, Pennsylvania. Photo: Zach Mentz

Proactive lobby key to deeming Pennsylvania producers as ‘life-sustaining’

March 24, 2020By

When Pennsylvania’s governor initially classified the mining industry as “non-life-sustaining,” organizations like the Pennsylvania Aggregates & Concrete Association moved quickly to keep operations open.

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