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Pit & Quarry Weekly Report
OCTOBER 14, 2021
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Barrett Paving enjoying its difference-making dredge
With ample reserves in front of its operation in Fairborn, Ohio, Barrett Paving leaders changed up their mine strategy by investing in a clamshell dredge. Read about the company's transition and experience thus far with it.
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Plus: P&Q's Kevin Yanik reflects on his Barrett Paving visit
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Luck Stone expands presence in North Carolina
The acquisition of Ararat Rock Products adds quarry locations in Mount Airy and Eden, North Carolina. Find out what Luck Stone's Charlie Luck, Jim Van Ness and John Pullen said about the deal and the company's path forward.
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Vulcan director earns NSSGA safety and health award
The National Stone, Sand & Gravel Association (NSSGA) bestowed the James M. Christie Safety & Health Professional of the Year Award on Vulcan Materials' Chad McDougal. Learn about McDougal's role at Vulcan and his contributions to NSSGA.
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Traditional infrastructure versus 'human infrastructure'
The term "human infrastructure" became mainstream this summer as legislators pursued an infrastructure bill in Washington. So, what is human infrastructure? And what does its emergence mean for traditional infrastructure? P&Q contributor David Chereb explores.
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Plus: How migration shifts are affecting aggregate demand  
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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Case CE launches new compact track loader
Case Construction Equipment is calling the TV620B, which has a 114-hp and 6,200-pound rated operating capacity, the 'largest and most powerful' compact track loader ever. Case CE's George MacIntyre offers some perspective.
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Plus: New loaders, excavators that could upgrade your operation
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E-ticketing offers solutions to improve efficiency, safety
E-ticketing presents an opportunity to modernize and enhance key areas of aggregate operations. Find out what leaders at Command Alkon, TAC Insight and Trimble have to say about ticketing's new direction within the industry.
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Plus: Why e-ticketing represents the dawn of a new era
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Drill, blast, crush: Inside a North Carolina residential job
Carolina Drilling and Reese Crushing overcame tricky soil conditions on a job in a North Carolina residential environment. Find out how.
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Plus: Answers to common heavy-haul questions
Supply chain issues causing waiting game for producers, dealers
Continued supply chain issues – longer lead times, labor shortages and price increases – are forcing companies to reevaluate how they buy and sell. P&Q managing editor Jack Kopanski presents the latest on the fluid supply chain situation.
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Plus: No end in sight to industry's supply chain woes

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