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Pit & Quarry Weekly Report
FEBRUARY 18, 2020
Agencies jointly pursuing solutions on silica
The National Institute for Occupational Safety & Health and the Mine Safety & Health Administration formed a working group on safety regarding exposure to respirable crystalline silica. Find out more about the goals of the partnership.
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Logo: Eagle Materials
Leadership selected for Eagle’s heavy materials business
Eagle Materials’ board of directors approved a plan in 2019 to separate its heavy and light materials businesses. Read about the chairmen and CEO/presidents selected for each company, including American Gypsum Co.
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Logo: Granite Construction
Granite’s Larkin takes on new responsibilities
Kyle Larkin, Granite Construction's new executive vice president and COO, started at the company in 1996 as an estimator. Find out how he has contributed to the company and what he'll be doing in his new position.
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Photo: ConExpo-Con/Agg  
ConExpo-Con/Agg through the years
Over more than a century, a pair of shows ultimately merged into ConExpo-Con/Agg. Take a look back over the last 111 years to see how ConExpo-Con/Agg ultimately came to be.
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Titan Enterprises finds success with recycling facility
While Titan’s main area of business is commercial and residential concrete construction, the company's new recycling facility allows it to make its own construction materials. Find out what’s ahead for the facility in Myrtle Beach, South Carolina.
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Photo: Kevin Yanik
Best practices for when MSHA requests documents
Most supervisors have received training on how to handle a Mine Safety & Health Administration (MSHA) inspector’s request for documents. Learn more about steps to take when preparing non-mandatory documents.
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State of the industry report: Ohio
Pat Jacomet, the executive director of the Ohio Aggregates & Industrial Minerals Association, discusses his optimism for Ohio’s aggregate industry.
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P&Q Profile: Buffalo Wire Works’ Max Davis
As the industry continues its upward trajectory, Max Davis is enthusiastic about the years ahead for both his company and the industry as a whole.
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Cover photo: Philippi-Hagenbuch

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