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Pit & Quarry Weekly Report
MAY 26, 2020
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Federal rule reforms expand flexibility for contractors
Construction and transportation improvement projects will see increased efficiency following updates to the federal hours-of-service rule, says the American Road & Transportation Builders Association. Learn more about the new rule.
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Photo: P&Q StaffRoad to Recovery
Pit & Quarry debuts a brand-new series to aid aggregate producers in the months to come.
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Photo: Cemex
Cemex grant funds PPE production in Houston
Cemex awarded a $100,000 grant from its philanthropic arm, the Cemex Foundation, to Houston-based TX/RX Labs to help fund and make personal protective equipment (PPE) for medical professionals and first responders.
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Logo: Eagle Materials
Aggregate business up at Eagle Materials
The company’s fiscal fourth quarter ended with Eagle reaching a quarterly revenue of $39.5 million in concrete and aggregate. Find out more about the increase of 39 percent.
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// First-quarter 2020 reports: Vulcan Materials, Martin Marietta, others share their latest results.
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LafargeHolcim awards eight university scholarships
LafargeHolcim announced the eight recipients of the 37th Annual Gygi and von Wyss Foundation Scholarship, an award open to children of employees. Check out this year's recipients.
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Road to Recovery: How technology is winning the day
The coronavirus pandemic forced aggregate producers and recyclers to work differently over the last few months, and technology has very much been a part of that change. See what Ohio Cat’s Chris Harris had to say about the shift.
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Logo: Keestrack
Keestrack’s Brookshaw steps down
Global Distribution Manager Michael Brookshaw resigned from his position following the completion of his five-year contract, the company says.
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Telsmith expands crushing lines
At ConExpo-Con/Agg 2020, Telsmith's Jeff Gray provides a look at the company's new Titan T200 Cone Crusher and 4448 Iron Giant Jaw Crusher.
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Photo: Purdue University/Erin Easterling
How ‘intelligent’ concrete could limit road repairs, traffic
Luna Lu, an associate professor in Purdue’s Lyles School of Civil Engineering, is exploring concrete’s ability to not only communicate but heal itself. Learn more about her discoveries.
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P&Q Profile: Belt Tech’s Jordan Russell
Jordan Russell is excited about new aspects of his business and remains optimistic about the months ahead for the aggregate industry. Check out the conversation with the CEO of the Indiana-based equipment dealer.
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Turning the corner on aggregate supply shortages
Among the topics discussed at the 2020 Pit & Quarry Roundtable & Conference was aggregate supply, which is becoming a growing concern for the industry across the United States.
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