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Tag: VDG

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Virginia market one of nation’s fastest growing

May 18, 2022By and

Kevin Baker, CEO of The Frazier Quarry, discusses the variety of drivers fueling growth in his market in and around Harrisonburg, Virginia.

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How investing in people can change operations

May 4, 2022By and

Turner Mining Group’s Thomas Haun speaks with P&Q’s Kevin Yanik about where producers and contractors are on the challenging labor front.

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How spring start-up is going nationwide

April 27, 2022By and

Pit & Quarry’s Kevin Yanik touches on the start to the aggregate production season and factors like weather and supply slowdowns that are affecting some producers.

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Four questions with Superior’s John Bennington

April 20, 2022By and

John Bennington, product manager of washing and classifying at Superior Industries, visits with P&Q at the AGG1 trade show.

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Seven questions with Schurco Slurry’s Will Pierce

April 13, 2022By and

Will Pierce, vice president of engineering at Schurco Slurry, paid P&Q a visit at AGG1, where he shared his excitement for the aggregate industry and much more.

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VDG (Van der Graaf) GrizzlyDrive Oil Cooler System

April 7, 2022By

The VDG Oil Cooler filters, conditions, and reduces the oil temperature inside the drum motor, averting motor failures and the consequent costs including downtime.

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What’s ahead as construction season nears

March 30, 2022By and

Despite inflation, labor shortages and other issues, construction activity should still be pretty healthy in 2022. Ken Simonson, chief economist at the Associated General Contractors of America, explains.

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Simonson: Pricing volatility not going away anytime soon

March 23, 2022By and

Ken Simonson, chief economist at the Associated General Contractors of America, expects pricing volatility for construction inputs to be a major storyline for the rest of 2022.

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