View Here
Pit & Quarry Weekly Report
JUNE 17, 2021
Photo: P&Q Staff
What’s ahead for construction materials?
The 2021 Pit & Quarry Roundtable & Conference presented a forum for FMI Capital Advisors’ George Reddin to provide a construction materials market update. Find out what Reddin touched on at the annual event hosted this year in Asheville, North Carolina.
Read More
Plus: Pit & Quarry hosts Roundtable in Asheville
View Here
Photo: P&Q Staff
Where Washington stands on an infrastructure bill
Momentum on a bipartisan infrastructure bill came to a halt last week, and new negotiations are already underway in Washington. But doubts are starting to surface about whether an impactful bill can ultimately be produced for the industry.
Read More
View Here
Logo: PCA
PCA forecasts cement consumption by region
The Portland Cement Association (PCA) released cement consumption projections for the Northeast, Central, West and Southeast regions.
Read More
View Here
Image: P&Q Staff
Polydeck names Kuehl president

Sand and gravel production up in first quarter

Vulcan Materials to acquire U.S. Concrete

Martin Marietta to acquire Hanson assets in $2.3 billion deal

Martin Marietta acquires Tiller Corp.

LafargeHolcim names CEO of US cement

Video still: P&Q Staff
Sponsored: Hiring, inflation among top industry concerns
This month’s Pit & Quarry Roundtable & Conference provided a forum for aggregate producers and equipment manufacturers to share their greatest concerns related to the industry. VCNA Prairie Material’s Warren Hawkridge, CDE’s Laurenz Peschke and Douglas Manufacturing’s Paul Ross offered their perspective.
Watch Here
Plus: Good things ahead for the aggregate industry
Photo: P&Q StaffRoad to Recovery
Check out Pit & Quarry's special series dedicated to helping producers navigate the economic downturn.
View Here
View Here
Photo: Hitachi
Hitachi introduces service plan for select excavators
ZX Secure is now available for select construction excavators ranging from the ZX75US-5 to the ZX870LC-6 in the U.S. and Canada. Learn more about the plan from Hitachi.
Read More

Plus: Cat debuts pair of XE wheel loader models
View Here
Photo: P&Q Staff
State-of-the-art plant strives for sustainability
A state-of-the-art plant at Inland Aggregates consuming less water, electricity and fuel steers a Canadian operation into a new phase. Learn more.
Read More
Photo: John Deere
Loading innovation surfaces from Deere, Doosan, Case
John Deere, Doosan Infracore North America and Case Construction Equipment are among the wheel loader manufacturers to debut new equipment in 2021. Check out their new offerings.
Read More

Plus: The latest in portable plant technologies
Logo: Luck Stone
Luck Stone contribution to benefit Virginia students
Luck Stone made a contribution to a Virginia organization that will purchase books and deliver giveaways to hundreds of preschoolers and kindergartners. Find out more about how the company is giving back.
Read More
View Here
Overcoming Oversize: Caprock in blasting (Part 1)
Part 1 of our four-part “Overcoming Oversize” series focuses on the location and treatment of oversize in the stemming zone. Read the very latest work from Precision Blasting Services’ Anthony Konya.
Read More

The 4 most costly blasting mistakes you can make
Improperly addressing certain mistakes will lead to increased drilling and blasting costs and performance decreases. Precision Blasting Services' Anthony Konya explains why.
Read More

Plus: Check out Pit & Quarry's Classifieds
Pit & Quarry June 2021 cover. Photo: Doosan

You are currently subscribed to Pit & Quarry Weekly Report as @{Email Name}@.

Forward to friend | Change your subscription preferences | New subscriber sign-up
If you wish to leave this mailing list, simply unsubscribe. | Refer to our Privacy Policy.
Editorial contact: Kevin Yanik | Advertising contact: Rob Fulop

Pit & Quarry is a property of North Coast Media, LLC.
1360 E. Ninth St., 10th Floor, Cleveland, OH 44114
© 2021 North Coast Media. All Rights Reserved.
Reproduction in whole or in part is prohibited without written permission.