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How Summit Materials performed in the third quarter

Company executives Anne Noonan and Brian Harris reflect on how Summit Materials fared in July, August and September.

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Deal expands Summit Materials into the state of Florida

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Heidelberg Materials chairman reflects on 2022

Dominik von Achten, chairman of the managing board, comments on the company’s third quarter while discussing ongoing initiatives.

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Crush or Mix Sticky, Wet, or Dry Materials

Stedman H-Series multi cage mill crushes abrasive/non-abrasive materials–sticky, wet, or dry. The H-Series provides a finer, more uniform grind and handles up to 240 tons per hour.

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MDU Resources experiencing record revenues, backlogs

MDU Resources also continues to work toward completing the separation of Knife River Corp., which is expected in 2023.

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Revenue up in Arcosa’s construction products

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LCA: Great Lakes limestone trade up to start fourth quarter

Loadings from U.S. quarries and Canadian quarries were up in October, the Lake Carriers’ Association (LCA) reports.


Safely monitor the health of your motors located in hazardous areas

Equipment installed in hazardous areas may be difficult to inspect regularly. The ABB Ability Smart Sensor allows you to remotely monitor your equipment and detect potential disturbances before they impact your operations.

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Residential rebound on hold

After a down 2022, Dodge Construction Network’s Richard Branch says single-family construction starts should bounce back in the latter half of 2023.

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Mixed outlook on tap for 2023

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Report: Construction employment rises

The Associated Builders & Contractors says the construction industry added 1,000 jobs last month. Chief economist Anirban Basu weighs in.

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The Big, Small and Complicated – L&H Industrial’s Comprehensive Solutions

Increasing output by over 200 percent on a massive gyratory crusher and making big impacts to safety and production at a quarry operation.

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Dodge Momentum Index up last month

The index measuring nonresidential building project in planning rose in October, and it’s reportedly 28 percent higher than one year ago.

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Protect Crushers with Eriez Suspended Magnets

Eriez is the most trusted name in magnetics to remove tramp metals from conveyed materials. Suspended magnets protect downstream equipment like crushers, mills, pulverizers and grinders as well as reducing tears in expensive conveyor belts.

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How attendance might look at ConExpo-Con/Agg 2023

Will 130,000 people be on hand at the Las Vegas Convention Center come March? Editor-in-chief Kevin Yanik explores the possibility.

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Mar. 14-18, Las Vegas Convention Center in Las Vegas, NV. Follow our show coverage and project highlights to stay on top of the latest trending technology!

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