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Pit & Quarry Weekly Report
DECEMBER 8, 2020
Headshot: Charles Luck III
Remembering Charles S. Luck III
A selfless leader who lifted Luck Stone to new heights while putting his employees and communities first, Charles Luck III died Dec. 1 at age 87. Learn more about the industry pioneer’s life and career.
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Plus: Watch: Charles S. Luck III’s 2018 Hall of Fame induction tribute video
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USGS: Third-quarter aggregate production slips 5 percent
While crushed stone production for consumption slipped 6 percent, sand and gravel experienced a quarterly drop of 4 percent. Dig into the U.S. Geological Survey's (USGS) estimates further.
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Headshots: Matt Dickson and Barry O'Hare
Business directors appointed for Terex Finlay, EvoQuip
Matt Dickson was named business line director for Terex Finlay and Barry O’Hare was named business line director for EvoQuip. Find out more about the new leaders and what they bring.
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Brand-new executive team
at Hi-Crush

California’s PVL Limestone to expand with lime plant

AGC: Nonresidential construction ‘continuing to slide’

Report: Construction employment slipping downward

Dates, location selected for 2021 Pit & Quarry Roundtable

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An end-of-year visit with P&Q’s aggregate forecaster
What general economic trends or events are influencing the aggregate forecast of SC Market Analytics’ David Chereb for 2021 and beyond? P&Q pays Chereb a video visit to find out.
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Plus: What Biden’s election means for the aggregate industry, and an analysis of the potential impact of the Georgia Senate runoffs  
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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Metso Outotec, Komatsu partner on sizer crusher
Metso Outotec expanded its mobile and stationary crushing systems range with a sizer crusher for soft ore applications.
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Plus: Check out some of the latest crushing innovation from Cedarapids, Superior Industries and thyssenkrupp
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Making the case for infrastructure
Alison Black, chief economist at the American Road & Transportation Builders Association, assesses U.S. infrastructure and the prospect of federal funding.
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Headshot: Karen Hubacz-Kiley
Part 2: Bond Construction VP talks AGG1, industry trade shows
In the second half of our Q&A with Karen Hubacz-Kiley, she discusses the impact of the pandemic on industry trade shows and how events like them may change going forward.
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Plus: Read Part 1 of P&Q’s two-part interview with Hubacz-Kiley.
Logo: Great Lakes Dredge & Dock Corp.
Vessel for subsea rock installation in the works
A dredging services provider plans to develop a vessel that represents a first step in establishing a rock supply chain for the offshore wind industry. Find out what it means for quarries on the East Coast.
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Educating the next generation
From site selection and plant design to loadout and on-road hauling, Pit & Quarry University offers 14 lessons for aggregate producers seeking to onboard new employees into their operations. Dive in to our various lessons now.
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Assessing the aggregate industry as 2020 nears its end
Producers persevered through a pandemic and a recession this year, and many maintain glass-half-full attitudes about 2021.
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How Kentucky’s aggregate producers are faring these days
Nick Rodgers, executive director of the Kentucky Crushed Stone Association, discusses the state of the industry in the Bluegrass State – and more – with P&Q.
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