Pit & Quarry Road to Recovery
JULY 14, 2021
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How equipment dealers are emerging from the pandemic
Although business is largely back to normal, the pandemic somewhat reshaped how dealers are going about their routines. Several share their experiences and how aspects of business may permanently change.
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TXP: Full recovery ‘yet to occur’
TXP Inc.’s Jon Hockenyos, whose firm offers economic analysis and focuses on public policy, delivered a presentation at the Texas Aggregates & Concrete Association annual meeting, detailing the Lone Star State’s recovery. Find out what’s ahead for producers in Texas and elsewhere.
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Infrastructure framework set but passage tied to reconciliation
A five-year, $953 billion infrastructure bill will be tied to a budget reconciliation package, with the president declaring he won’t sign one without the other. Learn more about this infrastructure development in Washington.
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Sponsored: P&Q's Dealer Issue explores supply chain dynamics
With Pit & Quarry publishing its third annual Dealer Issue this month, the magazine engaged a number of equipment dealers who shared their 2021 experiences with the supply chain. The magazine's Kevin Yanik shares some of what he took away from these dealers and what's currently at play in the supply chain. 
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Plus: What a new infrastructure bill could look like
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The handshake makes a triumphant return
Due to the pandemic, there were too many moments over the last year where two people weren’t reading from the same greeting handbook. But P&Q’s Kevin Yanik says the handshake is officially back.
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What's ahead for the construction materials market?
The 2021 Pit & Quarry Roundtable & Conference presented a forum for FMI Capital Advisors’ George Reddin to provide a construction materials market update. Fortunately, there are plenty of reasons why producers should be optimistic about the months ahead.
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Chereb: Potential wrinkle surfaces in nonbuilding construction
Although passage of a major infrastructure bill this summer remains an unknown, the outlook for aggregate demand remains fairly positive. P&Q contributor David Chereb explains.
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