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Pit & Quarry Weekly Report
JANUARY 6, 2022
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Baker, Thomey selected for Pit & Quarry Hall of Fame
Edward L. ‘Ted’ Baker and David R. Thomey make up the 2022 class of the Pit & Quarry Hall of Fame. They will be enshrined during a March ceremony in Nashville along with members of the 2021 class.
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Plus: Learn about the 2021 Hall of Fame class
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Aggregate Industries acquires Cowden assets
Cowden, which has two ready-mixed concrete plants and eight aggregate facilities in Washington state, is now part of the LafargeHolcim in the United States company. Learn more about the deal.
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OSSGA conference shifts to virtual format
The Ontario Stone, Sand & Gravel Association’s (OSSGA) annual Operations, Health & Safety Seminar will now be held virtually following a new measure by the Government of Ontario in Canada. Learn more about the change for this month’s meeting.
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Factors that could shift 2022 construction markets one way or another
Dodge Construction Network is keeping an eye on four things in the new year that could influence construction markets for the better or worse. Chief economist Richard Branch shares the four during a video visit with P&Q’s Kevin Yanik.
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Plus: When the infrastructure bill’s funds might be available  
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Check out Pit & Quarry's special series dedicated to helping producers navigate the economic downturn.
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Yard loader, impact roll and scalping screens among latest rollouts
Komatsu, Powerscreen and Precision Pulley & Idler recently released new tech. Take a look at their new offerings.
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Plus: Mellott Company introduces mobile plant upgrade
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How subtle shifts in MSHA practice are having a big impact
The Mine Safety & Health Administration (MSHA) is gradually changing. These changes aren't the kind announced in a press release or presented in a stakeholder meeting, though, so operators must remain wary.
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Plus: MSHA in transition mode
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What to expect from Pit & Quarry in 2022
The magazine is transitioning its Road to Recovery series in the new year, and P&Q’s two events – the Hall of Fame and Roundtable – return during the first half of 2022.
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Plus: Aggregate industry optimistic about the months ahead
AGG1, Hillhead and Bauma among shows returning in 2022
After a second straight year of cancellations and modified industry trade shows and meetings, several large events are set to return in 2022.
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The latest solutions in hauling equipment
Doosan, John Deere, Liebherr, Rokbak and Trimble are among the companies offering new hauling solutions. Check them all out.
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