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Pit & Quarry Weekly Report
AUGUST 19, 2021
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Ogletree Deakins’ Doran discusses a new era for MSHA
Bill Doran of Ogletree Deakins discussed where the Mine Safety & Health Administration (MSHA) stands under the Biden administration, COVID-19 impacts on enforcement and more at the 2021 Pit & Quarry Roundtable & Conference. Find out what Doran had to say.
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Arcosa expands in Southwest through acquisition
Arcosa acquired Arizona-based Southwest Rock Products, which produces about 5 million tons of construction aggregate each year. Learn more about Southwest Rock.
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AGC: Supply chain issues continue into midsummer
The rise in prices for construction materials and services continued in July, reports the Associated General Contractors of America (AGC), adding that contractors are still struggling with supply challenges. Get the latest on the supply chain.
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Turner Mining Group names vice president of equipment

Mining Hall of Fame banquet scheduled for October

Liebherr to exhibit at MINExpo for sixth time

Trimble offers MINExpo preview

Polydeck to debut protective items at MINExpo

Xylem to emphasize water management at MINExpo

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Will the new infrastructure bill lead to booming agg demand?
P&Q contributor David Chereb offers his take on the Infrastructure Investment & Jobs Act that passed the Senate this month. Chereb weighs in on whether or not the bill will ultimately pass the House and how aggregate demand would be impacted.
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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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Caterpillar expands remote-control operation to excavator line
Cat's Command for Excavating aims to enhance safe machine operation while reducing operator fatigue by removing the operator from the machine in potentially hazardous operating environments. Learn more about this Cat tech development.
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Plus: Automated rock breaker coming from Hard-Line
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The industry looks to the months and years to come (Part 2)
When presented with a question about the second half of 2021 and 2022, this Pit & Quarry Roundtable & Conference discussion focused on labor and supply shortages.
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Plus: The industry looks to the months and years to come (Part 1)
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Navigating the ever-changing supply chain (Part 1)
Material price increases and shortages are challenging equipment manufacturers like never before. Those who attended the P&Q Roundtable shared how they’re steering through the unpredictable supply environment.
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Plus: New loaders, excavators that could upgrade your operation
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Forecast: Global agg demand growth to carry into 2031
A third-party research organization forecasts the global construction aggregate market to grow by nearly 7 percent over the next decade.
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