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Pit & Quarry Weekly Report
 
AUGUST 18, 2020
 
 
  LEADING OFF
 
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Why the nature of commercial construction is changing
 
Hotels, offices and retail centers may have a rough next few years in terms of construction, and the nature of projects in these areas will likely change as the 2020s unfold. Hear from Richard Branch on the topic.
 
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  NEWS
 
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Vulcan, Martin Marietta among those to share second-quarter 2020 reports
 
Vulcan Materials, Martin Marietta and other major producers revealed their second-quarter 2020 results. Check out a summary of each company’s report.
 
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Steady work continues into the summer
 
John Scepaniak, project manager at Wm. D. Scepaniak, explains that 2020 has been a rather good year thus far for his company. Find out why.
 
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Smiley Monroe opens first US production center
 
Limestone trade trends downward in July 2020
 
Haver & Boecker Niagara launches vibrating screen analysis service

Ozark River Manufacturing provides portable sinks as coronavirus response

 
 
  EDITORS' BLOG
 
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Pit & Quarry’s ‘Made in the USA’ survey
 
The magazine's editors are preparing a feature article on the concept of "Made in the USA," and they want your feedback. Find out more and take the survey.
 
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What’s new at Luck Stone
 
Charlie Windle shares some of the exciting developments at Luck Stone in 2020, as well as how the coronavirus pandemic impacted a couple of big projects this year.
 
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Check out Pit & Quarry's special series dedicated to helping producers navigate the economic downturn.
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  PERSPECTIVES
 
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Interest rates, housing permits provide reason for hope
 
In May, housing permits rose after consecutive months of double-digit decline. Alan Maio says this suggests that the housing market is improving.
 
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Commercial projects thrust Dodge Momentum Index upward
 
Dodge Data & Analytics’ monthly index measuring nonresidential building projects in planning was up for the first time in 2020 in the month of July.
 
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PPI expands on success of Pro Duty Pulley with new lines
 
Continuing on from the success of the Pro Duty Pulley, Precision Pulley & Idler brought some of the latest innovations to ConExpo-Con/Agg 2020. Check out this video to learn more about the Pro Idler and a new conveyor cover product line.
 
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  WEBINARS
 
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It’s time to rethink mine water management
 
Access to water is one of the most significant business challenges– and expenses – mine operations face today. Join Jessy Parmar and other Xylem mine water management experts for a webinar on water technology.
 
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Smart Sand’s efficient expansion
 
Wisconsin-based Smart Sand turned to a longtime equipment partner when building a wet processing plant at its Oakdale facility.
 
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Tips to prolong the life of your screen media
 
Producers need to prioritize proper screen media maintenance, including selection, installation and storage for fewer changeouts and higher quality product.
 
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