Pit & Quarry Road to Recovery
SEPTEMBER 13, 2021
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The aggregate industry braces for regulatory change (Part 1)
Pit & Quarry’s 2021 Roundtable presented a forum to discuss the greatest shifts — or lack thereof — in the Mine Safety & Health Administration since the onset of the Biden administration. Find out what producers and other industry stakeholders had to say.
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Plus: Roundtable panelists search for labor shortage solutions
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Report: Workforce shortages reach pre-pandemic levels
COVID continues to impact projects and cause issues within the supply chain. A joint survey by the Associated General Contractors of America (AGC) and Autodesk offers some insights. Find out more.
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AGC: Nonresidential weighing down construction job gains
The Associated General Contractors of America (AGC) says construction shed 3,000 jobs last month, with the only categorical gains limited to homebuilding. Get the very latest on employment in the construction market.
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USGS: Aggregate production up in second quarter

Martin Marietta strikes another deal

Cemex invests $6 million in Alabama plant

Great Lakes limestone shipments trending in right direction

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How employers are attracting workers in this market
Ken Simonson, chief economist at the Associated General Contractors of America, shares findings from a workforce survey and what contractors are doing to find hiring solutions. Watch our video with Simonson.
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Plus: Contractor survey presents insights on supply chain, labor
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The pandemic and its effects on aggregate demand linger
The inability to fully shake COVID will result in minor impacts to aggregate demand, according to P&Q contributor David Chereb. Check out Chereb’s latest article.
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Quarry Faces: September 2021
Check out a few photos of attendees at the 2021 Pit & Quarry Roundtable & Conference, which took place in Asheville, North Carolina.
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Summer accident surge alarming to MSHA
The Mine Safety & Health Administration (MSHA) reports that six fatal accidents occurred between July 21 and Aug. 11. The agency responded with a number of best safety practices producers should follow.
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