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TACA hosts environmental and sustainability seminar

October 4, 2021By

Recent Texas Aggregates & Concrete Association (TACA) seminars centered around how conservation efforts can increase business profitability.

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Texas association partners again on teacher training

July 27, 2021By

The Texas Aggregates & Concrete Association (TACA) and the Texas Mining and Reclamation Association sponsored a training event to educate teachers on how minerals affect daily lives and how they are mined in the state.

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TACA meeting draws producers to San Antonio

June 25, 2021By

The Texas Aggregates & Concrete Association (TACA) hosted its annual meeting this month, with TXP Inc.’s Jon Hockenyos presenting a state and national economic report.

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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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Texas association launches app for members

November 17, 2020By

The Texas Aggregates & Concrete Association’s new app includes a variety of features to enhance communication among member companies.

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P&Q Profile: Texas Aggregates & Concrete Association’s Josh Leftwich

September 23, 2020By

A conversation with the president and CEO of the Texas Aggregates & Concrete Association on his prior experience at Knife River, his goals for the association and more.

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TACA names president, CEO

May 18, 2020By

Josh Leftwich takes over at the Texas Aggregates & Concrete Association (TACA), which David Perkins is departing.

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With five of the nation’s 13 most populous cities residing in Texas, demand for construction materials in the Lone Star State is, not surprisingly, very high. Photo: Art Wager/iStock / Getty Images Plus/Getty Images

How Texas backs its infrastructure like no other

January 14, 2020By

With several of the nation’s largest cities within its borders and a population growing by more than 1,000 a day, the Lone Star State requires a Texas-sized budget to keep up with expanding infrastructure needs.

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