2023 reflections with one month to go | More with Pfohl, Zelnak | FMI provides update
Though not record-breaking for all, 2023 has turned into another prosperous year for aggregate producers. P&Q editor-in-chief Kevin Yanik reflects with one month to go.
Aggregate production was down 3.5 percent last quarter, according to the U.S. Geological Survey. Get a breakdown for crushed stone and another for sand and gravel.

FMI Capital Advisors leaders share how increased funding and price increases are allowing major acquisitions to take place despite a decrease in aggregate volumes. 

Associated General Contractors of America chief economist Ken Simonson discusses the types of projects that will drive nonresidential construction in the coming year.