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Tag: Virginia

Luck Stone load and haul. Photo: P&Q Staff

Seaborn: Questions arise about key producer markets

November 18, 2020By

Scott Seaborn shares the Luck Companies experience with aggregate production and pricing this year through his latest Road to Recovery commentary.

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Order, track, deliver: A look at Luck Stone’s JobSight app

November 16, 2020By

How Luck Stone’s new digital ordering platform improves customer experience and efficiencies.

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IRock Crushers adds dealer in the Southeast

October 16, 2020By

Hills Machinery will be IRock Crushers’ exclusive dealer in North Carolina, South Carolina and Virginia.

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Road to Recovery: The view from Virginia

September 16, 2020By

The vice president of Luck Stone’s Northern Region reflects on activity within the state, offering several reasons for optimism about the road ahead.

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How public works are faring in Virginia

August 3, 2020By

With funding for highways becoming a serious issue in a number of states across America, Luck Stone’s Charlie Windle dives in to offer some perspective on the state of highway funding within Virginia.

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Windle: How the coronavirus is sparking opportunities

July 28, 2020By

Luck Stone’s Charlie Windle points to specific areas that are driving aggregate demand, including data center construction.

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Liebherr expands Virginia headquarters

June 12, 2020By

The $60 million expansion includes a warehouse, office building and equipment repair/maintenance workshop at the company’s Newport News, Virginia, campus.

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EIW adds dealer to network

May 6, 2020By

Old Dominion will now sell and distribute Eagle Iron Works’ (EIW) line of washing and classifying equipment throughout Virginia and West Virginia.

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Charlie Luck, whose company expanded into Georgia in 2018, represents the third generation of Luck Stone family leadership. Photo: Luck Companies

Virginia-based Luck Stone settling into Georgia

April 15, 2020By

While the family-owned company has the largest quarry network in the state of Virginia, 
the company’s opportunity for growth resides largely away 
from its home base.

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