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Pit & Quarry Weekly Report
MAY 28, 2019
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Hayden Materials' Airport Road Quarry Photo by Kevin Yanik  
Slideshow: Haydon Materials’ Airport Road Quarry
Haydon Materials recently opened a new quarry in Bardstown, Kentucky, and the company expects the new site on Airport Road to produce about 1 million tpy. Company leaders gave P&Q a tour of the operation this spring.
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Photo courtesy of Komatsu America  
Komatsu releases intelligent hydraulic excavator
Komatsu America Corp. is introducing the PC290LCi-11 Tier 4 Final emissions-certified hydraulic excavator. Learn more about the excavator, which features intelligent Machine Control.
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Photo: Allison Barwacz  
LafargeHolcim, Eagle Materials report first-quarter 2019 results
LafargeHolcim and Eagle Materials each shared their first-quarter 2019 reports.
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Photo courtesy of Rose Moffett  
Vulcan helps raise money for cystic fibrosis research
Vulcan Materials helped raise $209,000 toward cystic fibrosis research as a sponsor of the 17th annual Make a Break Thru for Cystic Fibrosis clay shoot tournament at Chilhowee Sportsman’s Club in Blount County, Tennessee.
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Photo: Allison Barwacz  
Washington Samuel Tyler: 2019 Pit & Quarry Hall of Fame inductee acceptance speech
Niklas Haver offers an acceptance speech on behalf of Washington Samuel Tyler at the 2019 Pit & Quarry Hall of Fame in Indianapolis.
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When you owe the IRS
If your business can’t pay a taxes on deadline, there are perfectly legitimate strategies that can minimize and even eliminate the fines and penalties.
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Is the local quarry endangered?
How forward-thinking producers are overcoming the digital mob to keep neighborhood sites alive.
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Steps to maximize screening efficiency
Screen equipment suppliers offer advice to enhance producer’s screening operations.
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Cover photo: Kevin Yanik
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