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Pit & Quarry Weekly Report
AUGUST 11, 2020
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Are MSHA rules on silica, powered haulage coming soon?
With the Trump administration releasing an updated regulatory agenda, Ogletree Deakins’ Margo Lopez joins Pit & Quarry to discuss the latest Mine Safety & Health Administration (MSHA) rulemaking.
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Agg business shines in second quarter at U.S. Concrete
Sales volumes and average selling prices were up significantly in the quarter, leading to some all-time-high quarterly marks at the company. Learn more about what contributed to the improvements.
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Mississippi Lime Co. makes three promotions
Mississippi Lime Co., headquartered in St. Louis, promoted Collins Alexander, Tom French and John Kunz. Find out more about their new roles.
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How public works are faring in Virginia
With funding for highways becoming a serious issue in a number of states across America, Luck Stone’s Charlie Windle offers some perspective on the state of highway funding within Virginia.
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Photo: P&Q StaffRoad to Recovery
Check out Pit & Quarry's special series dedicated to helping producers navigate the economic downturn.
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Series of opportunities on the horizon
Daren Lesley, vice president of aggregates at U.S. Concrete, shares why his company is optimistic about the road ahead.
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AGC: Construction spending down four straight months
After reaching a record high in February of $1.44 trillion, total construction spending has slumped by 6 percent, according to an Associated General Contractors of America (AGC) analysis of government data.
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Polydeck unveils Metaldex VR
Alex Caruana, territory manager with Polydeck, shows off the new Metaldex VR, a modular, self-cleaning wire screen solution designed for efficient performance in small aperture applications.
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What the end of cars would mean for the aggregate industry
A New York Times opinion columnist makes a case for eliminating cars from New York City's roads. P&Q's Kevin Yanik explains why going this route would be bad for the aggregate industry.
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How producers can extend a crusher’s lifespan while saving money
Crusher rebuilds give producers the potential to extend a crusher’s lifespan by decades, allowing them to save money and maximize their original investment.
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Blasting Through the Ages: The evolution of initiation systems
Step through time and observe how miners of the past initiated blasts, as well as how initiation systems became safer and more reliable.
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