Tag: state associations

Outlooks and expectations for the aggregate industry in 2019 vary from state to state. Environmental regulations and federal infrastructure funding remain two factors that should greatly affect the aggregate industry in 2019. Photo: iStock.com/stockdevil

The state of the industry: A state-by-state report

February 1, 2019By

The heads of nine industry state associations weigh in on infrastructure funding, the Mine Safety & Health Administration and other issues affecting their state.

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The Ohio Aggregates & Industrial Minerals Association celebrated its centennial in 2018. Photo: Kevin Yanik

Safety, zoning challenges addressed at OAIMA meeting

November 16, 2018By

The Ohio Aggregates & Industrial Minerals Association (OAIMA) hosted its Annual Meeting & Trade Show, drawing hundreds of attendees to Columbus, Ohio, for a centennial celebration, education and more.

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Indiana association names new director

June 14, 2018By

Calvin Lee is the new executive director of the Indiana Mineral Aggregates Association, succeeding veteran Robert Jones who is retiring.

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Logo: Missouri Limestone Producers Association

MLPA elects 2018 officers, board members

December 7, 2017By

The Missouri Limestone Producers Association announced the election of 2018 officers and board members, including Tim Woodard of Boone Quarries as president.

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NSSGA names State Aggregates Association Executive of the Year

March 9, 2015By

The National Stone, Sand & Gravel Association (NSSGA) named Patrick Jacomet as the 2014 State Aggregates Association Executive […]

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Shapiro named CalCIMA general counsel

August 27, 2013By

Kerry Shapiro of Jeffer Mangels Butler & Mitchell LLP was selected as general counsel for the California Construction […]

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Pinniger retiring after 16 years with NSSGA

September 6, 2012By

Joy Pinniger is stepping down as NSSGA president and CEO effective Nov. 2. Pinniger plans to retire and […]

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MSHA promoting summer water safety through program

June 8, 2012By

MSHA, the Ohio Department of Natural Resources and the Ohio Aggregates and Industrial Minerals Association (OAIMA) are collaborating […]

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