Tag: state associations

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Longtime OAIMA fixture Loos dies

March 10, 2023By

The aggregate industry lost Maralynn Ruth Loos, a longtime employee of the Ohio Aggregates & Industrial Minerals Association (OAIMA), earlier this month.

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PACA names board of directors, executive board members

November 17, 2022By

The Pennsylvania Aggregates & Concrete Association (PACA) made the announcements during its annual meeting.

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Pennsylvania producers gather for underground conference

October 12, 2022By

The Pennsylvania Aggregates & Concrete Association hosted the inaugural Underground Stone Conference in Pittsburgh last week.

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TACA creates position to manage government affairs

April 13, 2022By

The Texas Aggregates & Concrete Association (TACA) hired Matthew Posey as manager of government affairs and external relations.

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Three aggregate industry dynamics worth watching

February 9, 2022By and

Pit & Quarry’s Kevin Yanik discusses three developments he’s keeping an eye on as spring start-up draws nearer.

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The inaugural South Carolina Aggregates Association (SCAA) Workshop & Exhibit took place in Columbia, South Carolina. Photo: SCAA

SCAA caps 2021 with inaugural workshop, exhibit

January 7, 2022By

The South Carolina Aggregates Association (SCAA) continues to check off a list of firsts, the latest of which was its well-attended SCAA Workshop & Exhibit.

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Work is underway on the Freedom Plaza project at OAIMA's office in Gahanna, Ohio. Photo: OAIMA

OAIMA Freedom Plaza project underway

October 13, 2021By

The project, when finished, will form a plaza at the Ohio Aggregates & Industrial Minerals Association (OAIMA) office.

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Texas Aggregates & Concrete Association debuts podcast

January 26, 2021By

The podcast will highlight industry news, best practices and candid discussions about the aggregate, concrete, cement and associated industries.

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2021 industry calendar unlike past years

January 6, 2021By

Trade shows and conferences typically dominate the first quarter, but cancellations, postponements and virtual events are now part of the norm. Find out what’s ahead in the new year.

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