Tag: U.S. Concrete

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Momentum building for 2019 M&A construction materials market

May 24, 2019By and

A strong first quarter and an improving outlook will likely reinvigorate the construction materials merger and acquisition market.

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U.S. Concrete first-quarter 2019 results show aggregate revenue upticks

May 13, 2019By

U.S. Concrete reported increased revenue, aggregate products revenue and gross profit in the first quarter of 2019.

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U.S. Concrete’s Pruitt named president

April 15, 2019By

Ronnie Pruitt, who previously served U.S. Concrete as COO, will continue to report to chairman and CEO Bill Sandbrook.

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The top 20 sand and gravel producers in the nation accounted for nearly 270 million metric tons in 2016, USGS reports. Photo: Kevin Yanik

Vulcan Materials, Martin Marietta, U.S. Concrete, CRH, others share 2018 results

March 4, 2019By

A number of companies released their 2018 results. Find out how each of them performed.

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Aggregate become greater driver of U.S. Concrete’s business

February 28, 2019By

Bill Sandbrook, chairman, president and CEO of U.S. Concrete, noted as much as the company released its full-year 2018 results.

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U.S. Concrete showcases Honda IndyCar at AGG1 2019

February 25, 2019By

U.S. Concrete’s Andrew Pinkerton gives Pit & Quarry a rundown of the company’s No. 98 Honda IndyCar at the 2019 AGG1 Aggregates Academy & Expo.

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U.S. Concrete and its subsidiary, Polaris Materials obtained the permits necessary to increase the volume of aggregate imports at its terminal in Long Beach, California. Polaris can now deliver up to 2 million tons of aggregate each year, effectively doubling its throughput capacity. Photo courtesy of U.S. Concrete

Quarry Faces: December 2018

December 26, 2018By

Snapshots from around the aggregate industry.

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Making sense of the aggregate market

September 12, 2018By and

While the market trembles, FMI’s George Reddin and Scott Duncan write that the fundamentals remain very positive for the construction materials sector.

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