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Pit & Quarry Weekly Report
APRIL 21, 2020
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P&Q survey: Aggregate production largely continues through the pandemic
Pit & Quarry surveyed its readers earlier this month, finding that 72 percent of aggregate producers have not been impeded when it comes to producing construction materials. Learn more about the survey's findings.
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// P&Q's coronavirus coverage: The Pit & Quarry team reports on industry updates surrounding the coronavirus.
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O&G powers quarry with solar energy
Connecticut-based O&G Industries recently went live with a 1.3-megawatt solar array at its quarry in Southbury, Connecticut. Read more about the new solar installation and other energy-saving initiatives O&G is pursuing.
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Eagle Materials sells aggregate, concrete assets
Eagle Materials sold its Western Aggregates and Mathews Readymix operations for $93.5 million to Teichert, a California-based construction company. Find out more about the transaction.
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// Related: Eagle Materials to delay business separation due to coronavirus
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P&Q survey: Half of producers notice slowdown in parts, service delivery
One of the areas the coronavirus pandemic has impacted within aggregate operations is parts and service. Learn what producers had to say about the topic in our recent survey.
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Eriez names president, CEO
Eriez appointed Lukas Guenthardt as president and CEO. Read more about the experience Guenthardt brings to the company as its fourth president.
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The Editor's View: Looking toward the future
Pit & Quarry's Editor-in-Chief Kevin Yanik discusses the president’s plans to get the United States back to work and how the industry has been navigating the new normal.
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Patriotic gesture keeps morale high
at Hammett Gravel

With the potential for coronavirus-laden fear and uncertainty to consume employees, Tripp Hammett of Hammett Gravel Co. had an idea. Read how Hammett fastened American flags to his mobile fleet to keep spirits high.
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As 2020 presidential election draws near, industry considers possible outcomes
Industry leaders discussed effects the 2020 presidential election could have on the industry at the Pit & Quarry Roundtable & Conference.
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Virginia-based Luck Stone settling into Georgia
While the family-owned company has the largest quarry network in the state of Virginia, the company’s opportunity for growth resides largely away from its home base.
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