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Pit & Quarry Weekly Report
MARCH 25, 2021
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Arcosa to acquire StonePoint in $375M deal
StonePoint Materials, with 20 locations across three U.S. regions, is one of the nation’s largest aggregate producers. Learn more about this deal and what the addition of StonePoint means for Arcosa.
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Plus: StonePoint Materials exec reflects on 2020, looks to 2021
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U.S. Concrete wraps up acquisition in Canada
The company completed the purchase of Orca Quarry, including leased land and a royalty agreement in British Columbia, Canada. Find out more about U.S. Concrete’s latest deal.
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Photo: BARD Materials
Software provider recognizes BARD Materials for innovation
The Iowa-based construction materials producer was recognized by B2W Software for its innovative use of software. Find out more about BARD Materials, which was featured on the February 2021 cover of Pit & Quarry.
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Sponsored: Taking the temperature of commercial, institutional construction
In this week’s video, Dodge Data’s Richard Branch discusses the latest developments in commercial and institutional construction after the Dodge Momentum Index reaches a three-year high.
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Plus: What might fuel – or stall – construction starts in the months to come
Photo: P&Q StaffRoad to Recovery
Check out Pit & Quarry's special series dedicated to helping producers navigate the economic downturn.
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Photo: Metso Outotec
Metso Outotec debuts mobile screen, crusher
The Nordtrack S2.5 mobile screen and Nordtrack I908 mobile impact crusher just launched from Metso Outotec. Learn more about the two portable plants.
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Plus: Hawk Measurement Systems launches laser level products
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Sponsored: FLSmidth on crusher startup, new innovations to decrease maintenance costs
FLSmidth’s Dale Mclean offers tips for starting up crushers after winter and shares an inside look at how FLSmidth continues to create solutions.
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Plus: Presenting P&Q’s 2021 Start-Up Guide
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Photo: Bob Housel
Inside the world of a Pennsylvania aggregate producer
Despite a list full of pressing industry issues, Pennsylvania Aggregates & Concrete Association leaders are confident they can keep industry businesses moving forward through collaboration. Read more from leaders at the association.
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Photo: Informa Markets
June’s World of Concrete expected to go on
Informa Markets, which hosts the annual trade show, says World of Concrete will be the first large-scale trade show to return to the U.S. since the onset of the pandemic.
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Scepaniak: Employees stepped up during pandemic
In our Road to Recovery section this month, John Scepaniak details how Wm. D. Scepaniak’s employees rose to the occasion for their colleagues during turbulent times tied to the pandemic.
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Turner: Culture is about investing in people
Also in this month’s Road to Recovery coverage, Keaton Turner explains how Turner Mining Group seized a variety of little opportunities last year to continue building its company culture.
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Cover photo: Terex MPS
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