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Tag: Will Pierce

Manufacturers found plenty of producers to engage at AGG1. Photo: P&Q Staff

Manufacturers optimistic as they look to coming months

April 19, 2022By

A number of equipment manufacturers offered their two cents on the state of the aggregate industry at last month’s AGG1.

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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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Schurco Slurry talks business with dealers at AGG1

April 13, 2022By

Schurco Slurry’s Will Pierce provides a positive outlook for the company at the 2022 AGG1 Aggregates Academy & Expo, which took place March 29-31 in Nashville, Tennessee.

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How to successfully select the right pump

January 11, 2022By

While a grab-and-go option may seemingly keep things simple, coming to the right pump solution depends on a number of variables. Schurco Slurry’s Will Pierce offers details.

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Despite near-term issues in the global supply chain, Schurco Slurry’s Will Pierce says the newly signed infrastructure bill presents an opportunity for the U.S. to exhibit tremendous strength in the coming years on the world stage. Photo: Narvikk/E+ Getty Images

Construction industry poised for greatness in the decade ahead

November 24, 2021By

The industry is positioned for a strong future despite ongoing supply chain issues. Schurco Slurry’s Will Pierce explains in a guest P&Q commentary.

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Confidence builds around capex (Part 2)

August 23, 2021By

This Pit & Quarry Roundtable & Conference discussion centered around how capital expenditures fared through the pandemic and how technology will play a role in that environment going forward.

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Sure, New York City traffic is horrible. But eliminating cars from New York City roads and expecting other U.S. cities to adopt the Big Apple's model is quite the stretch. Photo: Bim/iStock / Getty Images Plus/Getty Images

The definition of ‘infrastructure’ somehow up for debate

August 6, 2021By

Infrastructure has long been about things like roads and bridges. But the emergence of “human infrastructure” is now all the rage in Washington, where it’s being pitted against “physical infrastructure.”

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A typical cyclone feed pump arrangement. Photo: Schurco Slurry

Successfully separating washed fines with a hydrocyclone separator

May 19, 2021By

Schurco Slurry’s Will Pierce presents a number of considerations producers should make when feeding a hydrocyclone with a centrifugal slurry pump.

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