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Dodge Momentum Index up to start 2021

February 5, 2021By

Institutional and commercial planning are at odds, with institutional hitting its lowest level since the momentum index first began and commercial at its highest level since before the Great Recession.

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What to watch in the weeks to come

January 20, 2021By

P&Q will be keeping an eye on a couple of key developments early in 2021, including the aggregate industry’s recovery and the prospects of an infrastructure bill.

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Major adds dealer in Northwest

January 5, 2021By

Maxim Equipment will offer Major’s screen media solutions to customers throughout central Washington, eastern Washington and northern Idaho.

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How Washington state’s aggregate producers are faring

December 9, 2020By

Bruce Chattin of the Washington Aggregates & Concrete Association, discusses the state of the aggregate industry in the Evergreen State – and more – with P&Q.

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What investments are ahead for MDU Resources?

November 20, 2020By

The company, which publicized its five-year capital investment plan, is currently developing a quarry in Burnet County, Texas.

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From left: Maxim Equipment sales manager Joe Jensen and general manager Greg Evans are pictured in front of an IRock mobile scalping screen at their new location in Spokane, Washington. Photo: Maxim Equipment

IRock adds dealer in the Northwest

September 30, 2020By

Maxim Equipment will handle California, Oregon and Washington as a dealer for IRock Crushers.

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Superior turns to Evergreen Tractor, Kimball Equipment in Northwest

July 10, 2020By

Superior Industries detailed a new partnership that will benefit aggregate producers in the Washington, Oregon and parts of Idaho.

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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

Is a major infrastructure deal in the cards?

April 1, 2020By

With the coronavirus already generating a $2 trillion bill to support individuals and businesses, President Trump sees this moment as the opportunity to finally address the nation’s crumbling infrastructure.

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