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When equipment purchasing might pick up
Although many aggregate producers tightened up their 2020 spending due to the economic downturn, some are now revisiting capex projects that were put on hold in the spring. 
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Connecting a vaccine to aggregate demand
What impact might a coronavirus vaccine have on aggregate consumption? SC Market Analytics’ David Chereb offers some perspective about the road ahead.
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Scepaniak: Steady work continues
John Scepaniak, project manager at Wm. D. Scepaniak, his company has been “busier than we’ve ever been” in 2020. Hear more from him about the company's workload.
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Maio: Interest rates, housing permits provide reason for hope
Proudfoot’s Alan Maio offers a glass-half-full outlook on the road ahead for the aggregate industry. Find out more about his optimistic view.
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Construction employment up 20,000 jobs in July
Residential building and specialty trades accounted for 24,000 jobs in July, but employment was partially offset by the loss of 4,000 jobs among nonresidential segments, according to the Associated General Contractors of America.
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Talking haul trucks, tailgates with Philippi-Hagenbuch’s Josh Swank

Construction starts lose ground
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CRH provides broad insights on first-half 2020
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Is the 2020 recession technically over?
Richard Branch, chief economist at Dodge Data & Analytics, says yes and explains why this is the case. Branch also offers a look ahead to what the nation’s economic recovery could look like.
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Looking ahead to 2021 for the aggregate industry
The industry’s essential status got producers this far in 2020, and it's clearer that many will finish the year strong. Now, thoughts are starting to shift to 2021, with P&Q's Kevin Yanik wondering how next year’s story will be written.
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How Texas-based Wheatcraft Materials found the right partner
Equipment utilized on-site at Wheatcraft Materials had some limitations, until an equipment supplier stepped in to help with inefficiencies.
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P&Q Profile: PRECO Electronics’ Sean Martell
While 2020 has proven to be a challenge for everyone in the industry, Sean Martell is optimistic about the future for both the industry and his company.
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