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Rock From The Road: Blog & Travelogue

Dec. 12, 2017 – According to The Hill, President Trump huddled with key transportation leaders at the White House ahead of the administration’s release of its long-awaited infrastructure proposal next...

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Kespry announced it has raised $33 million in its Series C round of funding, led by G2VP with Shell Technology Ventures, Cisco Investments and ABB Ventures joining as new investors...
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Manufacturers in Focus

SSAB announced the launch of a newly enhanced Hardox Wearparts website. Visitors to the site will now find it easier to select the right steel and other wear materials and...
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People on the Move

The Cedarapids brand of Terex MPS has named Jeffrey High as its new regional sales manager based in Cedar Rapids, Iowa, effective Nov. 27, 2017.
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Rock Stars

George Sidney of McLanahan Corp., was honored with the National Stone, Sand and Gravel Association's (NSSGA) Grasstops CEO of the Year award.
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Distributor News

Masaba Inc., a U.S. manufacturer of innovative aggregate material handling solutions, recently held two separate dealer network training events at their Vermillion, S.D., facility. Nearly 60 members of Masaba’s authorized dealer network and other guests attended the events.
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  • EXECUTIVE INTERVIEW: Richard DeAtley

    The president of West Coast Aggregates talks to Rock Products about aggregates resources on the West Coast of the United States, environmental responsibility and the best advice anyone ever gave him.

  • Crushing Performance Optimization

    Achieving the highest percentage of quality in-demand product at the lowest cost with the least amount of waste.

  • Predictable Consistency

    The Black and White Benefits of Manufactured Sand.

  • Jcb Makes Pakistan Donation

    JCB Chairman Sir Anthony Bamford pledged assistance worth $250,000 to help in the reconstruction effort in the wake of the devastating floods in Pakistan
  • Jcb Makes Pakistan Donation

    JCB Chairman Sir Anthony Bamford pledged assistance worth $250,000 to help in the reconstruction effort in the wake of the devastating floods in Pakistan
  • Jcb Makes Pakistan Donation

    JCB Chairman Sir Anthony Bamford pledged assistance worth $250,000 to help in the reconstruction effort in the wake of the devastating floods in Pakistan
  • Construction Job Loss Eases

    Construction job gains were more widespread across the country and job losses were generally less severe in July than in June, the Associated General Contractors of America reported in an analysis of state employment data released by the Labor Department
  • Report: Rural Highways Lack Funding

    According to a new report, "Connecting Rural and Urban America," more investment is needed in America's rural transportation system to keep agriculture, new energy products, and freight moving
  • July New-Home Sales Fall, Starts Up

    Sales of newly built, single-family homes declined 12.4% to a seasonally adjusted annual rate of 276,000 units in July, according to data released by the U.S. Commerce Department
  • Rebuilding The Housing Market

    He holds a Ph.D. in economics, was a deputy director for the Department of Housing and Urban Development and serves as chief economist for the National Association of Home Builders. David Crowe is the go-to guy when it comes to sorting out housing's role in our economy.
  • Jcb Backhoe Sets Record, Raises Money

    JCB's 3CX Backhoe Loader has earned a world record by completing a 26-day, 3,185-mile road trip across America
  • Jcb Backhoe Sets Record, Raises Money

    JCB's 3CX Backhoe Loader has earned a world record by completing a 26-day, 3,185-mile road trip across America
  • Jcb Backhoe Sets Record, Raises Money

    JCB's 3CX Backhoe Loader has earned a world record by completing a 26-day, 3,185-mile road trip across America
  • Asian Construction Tradeshows Growing

    Exhibit space for next year's construction equipment show BC India is sold out despite an expanded exhibition area. The International Federation of Asian and Western Pacific Contractors’ Association is the latest organization to lend its support of the show
  • Asian Construction Tradeshows Growing

    Exhibit space for next year's construction equipment show BC India is sold out despite an expanded exhibition area. The International Federation of Asian and Western Pacific Contractors’ Association is the latest organization to lend its support of the show
  • Asian Construction Tradeshows Growing

    Exhibit space for next year's construction equipment show BC India is sold out despite an expanded exhibition area. The International Federation of Asian and Western Pacific Contractors’ Association is the latest organization to lend its support of the show
  • Asian Construction Tradeshows Growing

    Exhibit space for next year's construction equipment show BC India is sold out despite an expanded exhibition area. The International Federation of Asian and Western Pacific Contractors’ Association is the latest organization to lend its support of the show
  • Asian Construction Tradeshows Growing

    Exhibit space for next year's construction equipment show BC India is sold out despite an expanded exhibition area. The International Federation of Asian and Western Pacific Contractors’ Association is the latest organization to lend its support of the show
  • Asian Construction Tradeshows Growing

    Exhibit space for next year's construction equipment show BC India is sold out despite an expanded exhibition area. The International Federation of Asian and Western Pacific Contractors’ Association is the latest organization to lend its support of the show
  • Asian Construction Tradeshows Growing

    Exhibit space for next year's construction equipment show BC India is sold out despite an expanded exhibition area. The International Federation of Asian and Western Pacific Contractors’ Association is the latest organization to lend its support of the show
  • Asian Construction Tradeshows Growing

    Exhibit space for next year's construction equipment show BC India is sold out despite an expanded exhibition area. The International Federation of Asian and Western Pacific Contractors’ Association is the latest organization to lend its support of the show
  • Feds Pledge $25 Million To Rebuild Gulf Coast

    The Department of Homeland Security and the Federal Emergency Management Agency will provide more than $25 million for newly approved Gulf Coast rebuilding projects to assist communities as they continue to recover from Hurricanes Katrina and Rita
  • Nssga Offers Economic Impact Tool

    The National Stone, Sand & Gravel Association has developed an electronic Economic Impact Sustainability Tool to estimate an individual operation's contribution to the local community
  • Quarries Still High On Opposition List

    Data from The Saint Consulting Group shows that the economic recession has made Americans more willing to support new commercial projects in their community
  • Stamp Sand To Go Into Roof Shingles

    An entrepreneur from Traverse Bay, Mich., and Michigan Technological University researchers are collaborating on a project to use Upper Michigan’s stamp sand for roofing shingles
  • Stamp Sand To Go Into Roof Shingles

    An entrepreneur from Traverse Bay, Mich., and Michigan Technological University researchers are collaborating on a project to use Upper Michigan’s stamp sand for roofing shingles
  • Msha Pilot Program To Ease Case Backlog

    The U.S. Department of Labor’s Mine Safety and Health Administration will launch a 90-day pilot program to address the backlog of contested citations and the agency’s conferencing procedures
  • Msha Pilot Program To Ease Case Backlog

    The U.S. Department of Labor’s Mine Safety and Health Administration will launch a 90-day pilot program to address the backlog of contested citations and the agency’s conferencing procedures
  • Holcim Shows First-Half Improvements

    After a first quarter beset by heavy winter snowfall in the northern hemisphere, the overall economic picture improved slightly
  • Caterpillar To Help Clean Up Port-Au-Prince

    More than 150,000 people in Haiti's most impoverished slum will benefit from a massive drainage canal clean-up project funded by a donation from the Caterpillar Foundation
  • Transportation Research And Education To Get $13.8M

    The Department of Transportation is giving more than $13.8 million in grants to eight University Transportation Centers to advance research and education programs that address critical transportation challenges. These centers conduct research that directly supports DOT priorities
  • Usgs Reports Q2 Production

    In the second quarter of 2010, increases in domestic production for cement, construction sand and gravel, and crushed stone were large compared with those of the first quarter of 2010, but largely seasonal
  • Msha Fines Big Laurel Mining More Than $542,000

    The U.S. Department of Labor’s Mine Safety and Health Administration levied $542,400 in proposed penalties against Big Laurel Mining Corp.
  • Msha Fines Big Laurel Mining More Than $542,000

    The U.S. Department of Labor’s Mine Safety and Health Administration levied $542,400 in proposed penalties against Big Laurel Mining Corp.
  • C&D World Co-Locating At Conexpo-Con/Agg

    The 2011 edition of C&D World, the Annual Meeting of the Construction Materials Recycling Association, will be held on March 23, 2011, at the Paris Resort and Casino in Las Vegas
  • C&D World Co-Locating At Conexpo-Con/Agg

    The 2011 edition of C&D World, the Annual Meeting of the Construction Materials Recycling Association, will be held on March 23, 2011, at the Paris Resort and Casino in Las Vegas
  • Lags In Highway Spending Drop Cement Forecast

    Due to delays in an extension of a federal highway bill, cement consumption will not begin a significant rebound until 2013, according to the most recent economic forecast from the Portland Cement Association
  • Va. Aggregate Operations Awarded

    The Virginia Transportation Construction Alliance and the Virginia Department of Mines handed out awards to that state's top performing mines for safety, reclaimation and community relations
  • Va. Aggregate Operations Awarded

    The Virginia Transportation Construction Alliance and the Virginia Department of Mines handed out awards to that state's top performing mines for safety, reclaimation and community relations
  • U.S. Concrete Nears Financial Reorganization

    A U.S. bankruptcy court’s granting of a request to confirm a plan of organization, converting $285 million in senior notes to equity shares, will likely enable U.S. Concrete to emerge from Chapter 11 proceedings by the end of August
  • Granite Construction Personnel Moves

    After 14 years as Granite Construction's vice president and general counsel, Michael Futch, will retire Aug. 31
  • Great Lakes Limestone Up 27%

    Shipments of limestone on the Great Lakes totaled 3,682,308 net tons in July, a decrease of 4.7% compared to June, but an increase of 27% compared to a year ago
  • Harvard Prof.: Team Trumps Solo Leadership

    As leaders struggle with growing pressures in today’s fast-paced workplace, a change is being made in the way leadership responsibilities are distributed within organizations
  • Granite Const. Lands $85 Million Ariz. Highway Job

    Granite Construction and Pulice Construction have been awarded an $85 million contract by the Arizona Department of Transportation to rehabilitate 10 miles of State Route 202L in Maricopa County
  • Epa Sets Limits On Toxic Emissions From Cement Plants

    The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency issued its final rules on emissions of mercury, particle pollution and other pollutants from Portland cement manufacturing, the third-largest source of mercury air emissions in the United States
  • Epa Sets Limits On Toxic Emissions From Cement Plants

    The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency issued its final rules on emissions of mercury, particle pollution and other pollutants from Portland cement manufacturing, the third-largest source of mercury air emissions in the United States
  • Martin Marietta Volume Up 9%

    Martin Marietta Materials released the financial results for the second quarter and the six months that ended June 30
  • Vulcan Reports Q2 Growth

    Vulcan Materials reported that its aggregate shipments rose 6% during the second quarter compared with that period in 2009
  • Recovery Act Reports In

    The Recovery Accountability and Transparency Board posted quarterly reports required from recipients of Recovery Act funding
  • Highway Funding Donor States Now Extinct

    With one exception, there are no donor states when it comes to the current distribution of federal highway formula funds, a Government Accountability Office report found
  • Study: M&As Do Not Create Short-Term Value

    Mergers and acquisitions represent important corporate activities that firms undertake for a variety of reasons, such as gaining access to new technology, know-how, patents, or brands; improving or sustaining their market power; or achieving economies of scale and scope
  • Granite Construction Reports Q2 Loss

    Granite Construction reported a net loss of $6.7 million for the second quarter compared with net income of $17.9 million for the second quarter 2009
  • Heidelberg Q2 Sales Boosted By Stimulus Spending

    While HeidelbergCement's development in the first quarter of 2010 was characterized by economic factors and the long period of wintry weather, demand for its building materials recovered significantly in the second quarter
  • Lawyers Address Business Political Activity Law

    Describing the past two years as a watershed period in areas of the law affecting corporate political activities, lobbying and elections, Washington-based attorneys Lee E. Goodman, a shareholder in LeClairRyan, and Chris Ashby, a partner in the firm, covered an array of related topics in a Lorman Education Services teleconference in July
  • New Msha Legislation Could Shake The Aggregate Industry

    Well, it's here or is it? As long anticipated, the House of Representatives last month introduced HR 5663, a new Mine Safety and Health Administration
  • Dems Go It Alone On Mine Reform

    While we may restrain our emotions until we learn what really happened beneath the ground in West Virginia, there was no holding back over the congressional
  • Safety First: Facts About Fiction

    Here's a little fiction about safety. Seven citations, Joe fumed. Seven citations yesterday, just in your area of the plant. Joe was in good form today.
  • First-Half Numbers Improving

    The aggregates industry saw signs of recovery during the first half of the year. And while the financial results from publicly traded producers are mixed,
  • Lakes Limestone Trade Up 29% In June

    Shipments of limestone on the Great Lakes totaled 3.9 million net tons in June, an increase of 6.2% compared with May, and an increase of 29% compared
  • House Starts Earmark Database

    A new database will contain all transportation projects submitted in legislation originating in the Committee on Transportation and Infrastructure in
  • June New-Home Sales Rebound From May'S Record Low

    Coming off an historic low in May, sales of newly built, single-family homes rose 23.6% to a seasonally adjusted annual rate of 330,000 units in June.
  • New Strategy Needed For America'S Bridges

    Built to last 50 years, the bulk of the nation's 590,000 bridges are 43 years old. And 74,000 bridges (12.4%) have one or more aspects of a structural
  • Recovery Act Reports From States Showing Job Creation

    The Recovery Accountability and Transparency Board posted quarterly reports required from recipients of Recovery Act funding. The recipient reports contain
  • Those Subtle, Yet Good Signs

    Right. So it is by no means time to strike up the band, throw on a party hat and dance in the streets until dawn. But there are some subtle signs that
  • Rock, Paper, Scissors And The Big Decisions Ceos Make

    Chief executive officers are paid to make informed decisions. The expectation is not that they will know all the answers, but that they will know how
  • By The Numbers, August 2010

    YEAR-TO-DATEConstruction Contract Values Unadjusted Totals in Millions 6 Month 2010 6 Month 2009 % change Nonresidential Building $72,408 $84,996 -15
  • M&A Creates No Short-Term Value

    Firms undertake mergers and acquisitions for a variety of reasons. They do it to gain access to new technology, know-how, patents, or brands. They do
  • Innovations, August 2010

    EQUILIBRIUM CRANE E-Crane barge-haul equipment is capable of unloading two 35- 195-foot barges at up to 2,000 tons per hour. Several models offer outreach
  • New Msha Legislation Could Shake The Aggregate Industry

    Well, it's here or is it? As long anticipated, the House of Representatives last month introduced HR 5663, a new Mine Safety and Health Administration
  • Cemex Supplies Panama Canal Expansion

    Cemex was awarded a supply contract for approximately 500,000 tons of cement to build a third set of locks as part of the Panama Canal expansion project.
  • Employment Index Signals Moderate Job Growth

    The Conference Board Employment Trends Index increased again in June for the eleventh consecutive month. The index now stands at 96.7, up from May's revised
  • Repairing The Blighted Housing Market

    He holds a Ph.D. in economics, was a deputy director for the Department of Housing and Urban Development and serves as chief economist for the National
  • Dems Go It Alone On Mine Reform

    While we may restrain our emotions until we learn what really happened beneath the ground in West Virginia, there was no holding back over the congressional
  • Silvi Supplies Rock For Airport Construction

    Gibraltar Rock, a division of the Silvi Group Companies, is wrapping up delivery of 260,000 tons of stone used to manufacture ready-mix concrete on site
  • Top 10 Aggregate Producers

    The U.S. Geological Survey recently came out with its Directory of Principal Construction Aggregate Producers, which lists the top-producing companies
  • Safety First: Facts About Fiction

    Here's a little fiction about safety. Seven citations, Joe fumed. Seven citations yesterday, just in your area of the plant. Joe was in good form today.
  • Announcements, August 2010

    Please submit industry and company announcements to Rock Products' editor, This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.. J. Thomas Hill will become president of Vulcan Materials'
  • Rock Products Readers' Poll

    When will the housing market stabilize? Second half of 2010 10% First half of 2011 0% Second half of 2011 10% Sometime in 2012 60% Unsure 20% Visit www.rockproducts.com
  • Highway Donor States Now Extinct

    With one exception, there are no donor states in the distribution of federal highway formula funds, a Government Accountability Office report found. A
  • Bp'S Pr Lessons

    Public opinion is like the ocean. It surrounds us. We can swim in it and prosper, or we can fight it and drown. BP and its CEO Tony Hayward are drowning.
  • Grabbing A Rebound

    The recession forced those in the aggregate industry to make some difficult decisions. As demand fell, many companies responded with massive layoffs;
  • New Transit Gets $293 Million

    The Obama administration is investing $293 million for transit improvements, including new streetcars, buses and transit facilities. The investment is
  • Financing And The Small Aggregate Producer

    For some, usually well-established aggregates businesses with good credit records, affordable financing may be available. For the most part however, many
  • Scales And Ticketing

    Cardinal Scale's EPR+ Plus truck scale is available in impervious hydraulic or electronic load-cell types. Featuring baked-on, anti-corrosion powder paint,
  • First-Half Numbers Improving

    The aggregates industry saw signs of recovery during the first half of the year. And while the financial results from publicly traded producers are mixed,
  • Those Subtle, Yet Good Signs

    Right. So it is by no means time to strike up the band, throw on a party hat and dance in the streets until dawn. But there are some subtle signs that
  • By The Numbers, August 2010

    YEAR-TO-DATEConstruction Contract Values Unadjusted Totals in Millions 6 Month 2010 6 Month 2009 % change Nonresidential Building $72,408 $84,996 -15
  • Financing And The Small Aggregate Producer

    For some, usually well-established aggregates businesses with good credit records, affordable financing may be available. For the most part however, many
  • Rock, Paper, Scissors And The Big Decisions CEOs Make

    Chief executive officers are paid to make informed decisions. The expectation is not that they will know all the answers, but that they will know how
  • BP's PR Lessons

    Public opinion is like the ocean. It surrounds us. We can swim in it and prosper, or we can fight it and drown. BP and its CEO Tony Hayward are drowning.
  • Knife River Sponsors Award-Winning Concrete Team

    A team of Oregon State University engineering students, under the guidance of Knife River’s Prestress Division in Harrisburg, Pa.,
  • Knife River Sponsors Award-Winning Concrete Team

    A team of Oregon State University engineering students, under the guidance of Knife River’s Prestress Division in Harrisburg, Pa.,
  • Knife River Sponsors Award-Winning Concrete Team

    A team of Oregon State University engineering students, under the guidance of Knife River’s Prestress Division in Harrisburg, Pa.,
  • Media Globe To Join The Ctt Exhibition In Russia

    Media Globe and the Association of Equipment Manufacturers have reached an agreement to hold an expanded construction equipment exhibition in Russia beginning in 2010 at the Construction Equipment & Technologies exhibition in Moscow.

  • Media Globe To Join The Ctt Exhibition In Russia

    Media Globe and the Association of Equipment Manufacturers have reached an agreement to hold an expanded construction equipment exhibition in Russia beginning in 2010 at the Construction Equipment & Technologies exhibition in Moscow.

  • Granite Construction Joint Venture Team Lands N.C. Toll Road Job

    Granite Construction and Archer Western Contractors, of Atlanta, in its joint-venture known as Raleigh-Durham Roadbuilders
  • Granite Construction Joint Venture Team Lands N.C. Toll Road Job

    Granite Construction and Archer Western Contractors, of Atlanta, in its joint-venture known as Raleigh-Durham Roadbuilders
  • Machine Exports Down At Midyear

    U.S. construction machinery exports dropped 36% during the first half of 2009, with $6.4 billion shipped to global markets compared to $10.1 billion at midyear 2008, according to the Association of Equipment
  • Machine Exports Down At Midyear

    U.S. construction machinery exports dropped 36% during the first half of 2009, with $6.4 billion shipped to global markets compared to $10.1 billion at midyear 2008, according to the Association of Equipment
  • Mmm Names Anne H. Lloyd To Executive Vice President

    Lloyd joined Martin Marietta Materials in 1998 as vice president and controller, was promoted to Chief accounting officer in 1999, and has served as senior vice president and CFO since 2005. Lloyd was elected treasurer in March 2006
  • Mmm Names Anne H. Lloyd To Executive Vice President

    Lloyd joined Martin Marietta Materials in 1998 as vice president and controller, was promoted to Chief accounting officer in 1999, and has served as senior vice president and CFO since 2005. Lloyd was elected treasurer in March 2006
  • Rockydale Quarries Reorganizes Management

    Rockydale Quarries announces a management reorganization that followed an 18-month-long study of the company’s business model and practices.
  • Pca: Cement To Be Down In 2009, Rebound In 2010

    Bureaucratic delays in releasing funds coupled with long lags between outlays and construction activity for American Recovery and Reinvestment Act projects will lead to very little stimulatory impact on cement consumption in 2009
  • Older Home Buyers Still Cautious

    Builder confidence for conditions in the market for housing buyers older than 55 years old rose slightly during the second quarter, according to the 55+ Single-family Housing Market Index released by the National Association of Home Builders
  • Pa. Bridge Construction Co. Fined For Clean Streams Violations

    The Pennsylvania Department of Environmental Protection and the Fish and Boat Commission issued a joint $35,000 penalty against Clearwater Construction for numerous violations to state and federal regulations,
  • Mmm Declares Regular Cash Dividend

    Anne H. Lloyd, senior vice president, CFO and treasurer of Martin Marietta Materials announced that the board of directors has declared a regular quarterly cash dividend of $0.40 per share
  • Mmm Declares Regular Cash Dividend

    Anne H. Lloyd, senior vice president, CFO and treasurer of Martin Marietta Materials announced that the board of directors has declared a regular quarterly cash dividend of $0.40 per share
  • Survey Shows Hong Kong Construction Down

    Workloads continued to fall in all parts of the construction industry bar the public works sector in Hong Kong, which has benefited from an injection of state spending.
  • Survey Shows Hong Kong Construction Down

    Workloads continued to fall in all parts of the construction industry bar the public works sector in Hong Kong, which has benefited from an injection of state spending.
  • Vmc Donates To N.C. Conservancy

    The Vulcan Materials Co. Foundation has awarded Foothills Conservancy $2,500 to support land and water conservation in the Blue Ridge Foothills
  • Vmc Donates To N.C. Conservancy

    The Vulcan Materials Co. Foundation has awarded Foothills Conservancy $2,500 to support land and water conservation in the Blue Ridge Foothills
  • Vmc Donates To N.C. Conservancy

    The Vulcan Materials Co. Foundation has awarded Foothills Conservancy $2,500 to support land and water conservation in the Blue Ridge Foothills
  • Granite Names Powell Chairman

    Granite Construction named William H. Powell chairman of the board, effective Sept. 1.
  • Granite Names Powell Chairman

    Granite Construction named William H. Powell chairman of the board, effective Sept. 1.
  • U.S. Concrete Reports Q2 Losses

    U.S. Concrete reported a net loss attributable to stockholders of $4 million for the quarter ended June 30 compared to net income attributable to stockholders of $3.3 million in the second quarter of 2008.
  • Retired Artba Leader Dies

    Former American Road & Transportation Builders Association President Dan Hanson Sr. died Aug. 8.

  • Retired Artba Leader Dies

    Former American Road & Transportation Builders Association President Dan Hanson Sr. died Aug. 8.

  • NioshíS Wagner New Msha Policy Head

    Dr. Gregory Wagner, M.D., has been appointed by Secretary of Labor Hilda Solis as Deputy Assistant Secretary for Policy at the Department of Labor's Mine Safety and Health Administration.
  • NioshíS Wagner New Msha Policy Head

    Dr. Gregory Wagner, M.D., has been appointed by Secretary of Labor Hilda Solis as Deputy Assistant Secretary for Policy at the Department of Labor's Mine Safety and Health Administration.
  • NioshíS Wagner New Msha Policy Head

    Dr. Gregory Wagner, M.D., has been appointed by Secretary of Labor Hilda Solis as Deputy Assistant Secretary for Policy at the Department of Labor's Mine Safety and Health Administration.
  • Mcnutt Nominated To Head Geological Survey

    President Obama nominated Marcia K. McNutt, of California, to be director of the Interior Department’s U.S. Geological Survey
  • Mcnutt Nominated To Head Geological Survey

    President Obama nominated Marcia K. McNutt, of California, to be director of the Interior Department’s U.S. Geological Survey
  • Mcnutt Nominated To Head Geological Survey

    President Obama nominated Marcia K. McNutt, of California, to be director of the Interior Department’s U.S. Geological Survey
  • India To Spend $22 Billion On Roads

    Indian Minister of Roads, Transports, and Highways, Kamal Nath, said during an industry seminar that the Indian government is going to spend about $44 billion
  • India To Spend $22 Billion On Roads

    Indian Minister of Roads, Transports, and Highways, Kamal Nath, said during an industry seminar that the Indian government is going to spend about $44 billion
  • U.S. Concrete Reports Q2 Losses

    U.S. Concrete reported a net loss attributable to stockholders of $4 million for the quarter ended June 30 compared to net income attributable to stockholders of $3.3 million in the second quarter of 2008.
  • Great Lakes Limestone Trade Struggles

    U.S. and Canadian Great Lakes ports loaded 2.9 million net tons of limestone in July, a decrease of 31% compared with a year ago. Loadings
  • Lattimore Buys Frontier Materials

    The Triangel Business Journal reports that Lattimore Materials Frontier Materials, which is based in Houston.
  • Lattimore Buys Frontier Materials

    The Triangel Business Journal reports that Lattimore Materials Frontier Materials, which is based in Houston.
  • Polaris Minerals Revenue Off 30%

    Polaris Minerals reported financial results for the quarter ended June 30. Revenue of $6.2 million in the quarter represented a 113% increase over revenue of $2.9 million generated in the first quarter
  • Polaris Minerals Revenue Off 30%

    Polaris Minerals reported financial results for the quarter ended June 30. Revenue of $6.2 million in the quarter represented a 113% increase over revenue of $2.9 million generated in the first quarter
  • Polaris Minerals Revenue Off 30%

    Polaris Minerals reported financial results for the quarter ended June 30. Revenue of $6.2 million in the quarter represented a 113% increase over revenue of $2.9 million generated in the first quarter
  • Calportland Named Outstanding Mine Operator

    Cobb Rock Quarry, owned and operated by CalPortland Company has been named the outstanding mine operator by Oregon's Department of Geology and Mineral Industries.
  • Calportland Named Outstanding Mine Operator

    Cobb Rock Quarry, owned and operated by CalPortland Company has been named the outstanding mine operator by Oregon's Department of Geology and Mineral Industries.
  • Calportland Named Outstanding Mine Operator

    Cobb Rock Quarry, owned and operated by CalPortland Company has been named the outstanding mine operator by Oregon's Department of Geology and Mineral Industries.
  • Calportland Named Outstanding Mine Operator

    Cobb Rock Quarry, owned and operated by CalPortland Company has been named the outstanding mine operator by Oregon's Department of Geology and Mineral Industries.
  • Sales Down For Mmm

    Martin Marietta Materials reported its Q2 results saying that it had net sales of $411.3 million, down 22% compared with the 2008 second quarter.<
  • Sales Down For Mmm

    Martin Marietta Materials reported its Q2 results saying that it had net sales of $411.3 million, down 22% compared with the 2008 second quarter.<
  • Bauma 2010 Expands Exhibit Space

    In terms of exhibition space, Bauma is the biggest trade fair in the world.
  • Bauma 2010 Expands Exhibit Space

    In terms of exhibition space, Bauma is the biggest trade fair in the world.
  • Congress Oks Highway Fund Money

    Both houses of Congress approved $7 billion to keep the Highway Trust Fund solvent
  • Congress Oks Highway Fund Money

    Both houses of Congress approved $7 billion to keep the Highway Trust Fund solvent
  • Vulcan Volume Off In Q2

    Vulcan Materials Company made its second-quarter financial results public and is expecting improved conditions over the next year.<
  • Vulcan Volume Off In Q2

    Vulcan Materials Company made its second-quarter financial results public and is expecting improved conditions over the next year.<
  • Keeping Top Performers

    OK, your business is trending downward, and you are looking for ways to cut costs, maintain a customer base, keep your pricing in line and keep your shareholders happy. What about employee morale?
  • Keeping Top Performers

    OK, your business is trending downward, and you are looking for ways to cut costs, maintain a customer base, keep your pricing in line and keep your shareholders happy. What about employee morale?
  • Conexpo-Con/Agg Wins Growth Award

    Conexpo-Con/Agg, the international construction industries exposition, and the co-located International Fluid Power Exposition have been named to the Tradeshow Week Fastest 50 list for significant exhibit space growth of the 2008 events.

  • Conexpo-Con/Agg Wins Growth Award

    Conexpo-Con/Agg, the international construction industries exposition, and the co-located International Fluid Power Exposition have been named to the Tradeshow Week Fastest 50 list for significant exhibit space growth of the 2008 events.

  • Conexpo-Con/Agg Wins Growth Award

    Conexpo-Con/Agg, the international construction industries exposition, and the co-located International Fluid Power Exposition have been named to the Tradeshow Week Fastest 50 list for significant exhibit space growth of the 2008 events.

  • Cat Closes African Plant

    Caterpillar will close its Boksburg, South Africa, manufacturing facility due to the global recession and to better align its global capacity with expected demand levels
  • Cat Closes African Plant

    Caterpillar will close its Boksburg, South Africa, manufacturing facility due to the global recession and to better align its global capacity with expected demand levels
  • Agc: Stimulus Spending Too Slow

    The stimulus plan appears to be having little influence on construction companies' ability to expand payrolls to date according to a new industry analysis of the impact of the federal program's construction spending
  • Agc: Stimulus Spending Too Slow

    The stimulus plan appears to be having little influence on construction companies' ability to expand payrolls to date according to a new industry analysis of the impact of the federal program's construction spending
  • Wetlands Bill On The Move

    The outlook for action on wetlands jurisdiction legislation in the Senate is a little clearer, although it is not crystal clear yet. Sen. Mike Crapo (R-Idaho)
  • Savings Plan

    During the last six years, CalPortland has won several national energy awards. It's won the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency's Energy Star recognition,
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  • An Msha Survival Guide

    A common refrain heard around the country is that Mine Safety and Health Administration enforcement has spun wildly out of control. Aggregate operators
  • Working Safely At Safety

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  • Wetlands Bill On The Move

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  • Wetlands Bill On The Move

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  • Advice For Public Relations Writers: Find Your Angle

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  • Citation History Bite Back

    The company structure may change, but the Mine Safety and Health Administration has a long memory when it comes to repeated violations of the same standard.
  • An Msha Survival Guide

    A common refrain heard around the country is that Mine Safety and Health Administration enforcement has spun wildly out of control. Aggregate operators
  • One Man'S Trash

    As landfill space is lost, especially in dense areas engaged in urban renewal, it's increasingly difficult for construction contractors to dispose of
  • Savings Plan

    During the last six years, CalPortland has won several national energy awards. It's won the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency's Energy Star recognition,
  • On-Highway Technology

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  • Production Limbo: How Low Can It Go?

    Except for the incredibly daft or incredibly fortunate, Americans know the economy is bad. We don't need experts to massage the numbers to prove the state
  • Working Safely At Safety

    Much has been said about the concept of working safely. Rules are written to direct safe work activity. Policies are formulated to add clarity and substance
  • Wetlands Bill On The Move

    The outlook for action on wetlands jurisdiction legislation in the Senate is a little clearer, although it is not crystal clear yet. Sen. Mike Crapo (R-Idaho)
  • Production Limbo: How Low Can It Go?

    Except for the incredibly daft or incredibly fortunate, Americans know the economy is bad. We don't need experts to massage the numbers to prove the state
  • Advice For Public Relations Writers: Find Your Angle

    Most public relations professionals like to write. Not only do we like to write, but if we want to write well, we also must like what we write about.
  • Citation History Bite Back

    The company structure may change, but the Mine Safety and Health Administration has a long memory when it comes to repeated violations of the same standard.
  • An Msha Survival Guide

    A common refrain heard around the country is that Mine Safety and Health Administration enforcement has spun wildly out of control. Aggregate operators
  • One Man'S Trash

    As landfill space is lost, especially in dense areas engaged in urban renewal, it's increasingly difficult for construction contractors to dispose of
  • Savings Plan

    During the last six years, CalPortland has won several national energy awards. It's won the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency's Energy Star recognition,
  • On-Highway Technology

    In the old days, truck tracking was accomplished by the use of 10 codes. This depended upon the driver radioing the truck's status at regular intervals.
  • Technology To Go

    What's new in on-board computing technology used on haul trucks, loaders and other mobile equipment? What upgrades are coming down the road? More importantly,
  • Rock Breakers Cracking The Surface

    Unlike the constant rap of a secondary breaker pulverizing boulders, this tool segment has seen a quiet year. Not much has been developed, as most companies
  • Products

    BUCKET TEETH Caterpillar LM Series Ground-Engaging Tools (GET) are designed for large mining machines, such as shovels, hydraulic excavators and draglines.
  • Advice For Public Relations Writers: Find Your Angle

    Most public relations professionals like to write. Not only do we like to write, but if we want to write well, we also must like what we write about.
  • One Man'S Trash

    As landfill space is lost, especially in dense areas engaged in urban renewal, it's increasingly difficult for construction contractors to dispose of
  • Technology To Go

    What's new in on-board computing technology used on haul trucks, loaders and other mobile equipment? What upgrades are coming down the road? More importantly,
  • Rock Breakers Cracking The Surface

    Unlike the constant rap of a secondary breaker pulverizing boulders, this tool segment has seen a quiet year. Not much has been developed, as most companies
  • Technology To Go

    What's new in on-board computing technology used on haul trucks, loaders and other mobile equipment? What upgrades are coming down the road? More importantly,
  • Rock Breakers Cracking The Surface

    Unlike the constant rap of a secondary breaker pulverizing boulders, this tool segment has seen a quiet year. Not much has been developed, as most companies
  • Technology To Go

    What's new in on-board computing technology used on haul trucks, loaders and other mobile equipment? What upgrades are coming down the road? More importantly,
  • Rock Breakers Cracking The Surface

    Unlike the constant rap of a secondary breaker pulverizing boulders, this tool segment has seen a quiet year. Not much has been developed, as most companies
  • Powerscreen Warrior From Terex

    The Powerscreen Warrior is a high-capacity, heavy-duty machine capable of dry screening, three-way splitting and stockpiling. It can be used for recycling, aggregates, C&D debris, compost, topsoil, coal and iron ore.
  • Astec Mobile Screen | Direct Feed 2516T

    Astec Mobile Screens' DirectFeed 2516T is a track-mounted, direct-feed screening plant that features a 5- ◊ 16-foot top and bottom deck screen.
  • Award Winners

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  • Achieving Sustainability

    Columbia River Carbonates (CRC), a mining and mineral processing company that produces ultra-fine calcium carbonate products, recently received the most
  • Achieving Sustainability

    Columbia River Carbonates (CRC), a mining and mineral processing company that produces ultra-fine calcium carbonate products, recently received the most
  • Species Need Not Endanger

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  • Species Need Not Endanger

    Opening or expanding mining operations will likely bring the federal government to the table wielding the Endangered Species Act. This can be a time-consuming
  • Going Batty

    A common species to watch out for, particularly in the Northeast, is the Indiana bat. This nocturnal creature is listed as federally protected. Its presence
  • Going Batty

    A common species to watch out for, particularly in the Northeast, is the Indiana bat. This nocturnal creature is listed as federally protected. Its presence
  • Unimin: Endangered Species Haven

    Down at the most southern end of Illinois is a labyrinth of abandoned underground mines stamped with the history of expired methods of silica mining.
  • Unimin: Endangered Species Haven

    Down at the most southern end of Illinois is a labyrinth of abandoned underground mines stamped with the history of expired methods of silica mining.
  • Congress Taking A Close Look At Injury Reporting

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    In recent years, pharmaceutical companies have begun advertising on prime-time television. This bold marketing move targets individuals, not physicians.
  • Msha Prevails In Case Of Suspended Load Fatality

    A Pennsylvania quarry operator lost its quest to have a high negligence, S&S citation vacated after its supervisor was killed in a crane-related accident.
  • Msha Prevails In Case Of Suspended Load Fatality

    A Pennsylvania quarry operator lost its quest to have a high negligence, S&S citation vacated after its supervisor was killed in a crane-related accident.
  • Congress Taking A Close Look At Injury Reporting

    Soon after Richard Stickler took over as MSHA chief in 2006, he was confronted with the charge that the agency systematically undercounted fatalities
  • Aem: Nation In Dire Need Of Infrastructure Repair

    The Association of Equipment Manufacturers has called for support of H.R. 3999, the National Highway Bridge Reconstruction and Inspection Act. In a letter
  • Aem: Nation In Dire Need Of Infrastructure Repair

    The Association of Equipment Manufacturers has called for support of H.R. 3999, the National Highway Bridge Reconstruction and Inspection Act. In a letter
  • Pervious Concrete Demos Planned

    Demonstrations of pervious (porous) concrete placement and 3D paving will highlight the American Society of Concrete Contractors' Annual Conference, to
  • Pervious Concrete Demos Planned

    Demonstrations of pervious (porous) concrete placement and 3D paving will highlight the American Society of Concrete Contractors' Annual Conference, to
  • Report Shows Decline In Construction Jobs

    The total number of highway and bridge construction workers nationwide fell 2.4% in May 2008 compared to the same month last year, according to a report
  • Report Shows Decline In Construction Jobs

    The total number of highway and bridge construction workers nationwide fell 2.4% in May 2008 compared to the same month last year, according to a report
  • Pca Predicts Fewer 2008 Housing Starts

    Recent economic data reinforces Portland Cement Association's outlook for continued declines in housing starts, according to a PCA Flash Report. Weak
  • Pca Predicts Fewer 2008 Housing Starts

    Recent economic data reinforces Portland Cement Association's outlook for continued declines in housing starts, according to a PCA Flash Report. Weak
  • Award Winners

    Everywhere people are being indoctrinated to Think Green. Clever marketing agencies are concocting schemes to convince the public that their products
  • Green-O-Vations

    As awareness of the environmental repercussions of human behavior and the cost of natural resources increases, industries are beginning to take efficiencies
  • Think Green: The Evolution

    Get ready to ride the green wave. A green wave is sweeping the business world. The combination of real, pressing environmental problems and powerful stakeholders
  • House Drops $8 Billion Trust Fund Provision

    The House of Representatives has dropped a provision that would have provided an $8 billion fix to restore solvency to the Highway Trust Fund. Road funding
  • House Drops $8 Billion Trust Fund Provision

    The House of Representatives has dropped a provision that would have provided an $8 billion fix to restore solvency to the Highway Trust Fund. Road funding
  • Going For The Green

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  • Breakers: Rugged, Reliable

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  • Environmental Group Wants More Enhancement Funding

    Defenders of Wildlife is urging other environmental groups to more aggressively pursue federal funding for transportation enhancement activities authorized
  • Environmental Group Wants More Enhancement Funding

    Defenders of Wildlife is urging other environmental groups to more aggressively pursue federal funding for transportation enhancement activities authorized
  • Great Lakes Dredging Crisis Continues: Lca

    Iron ore shipments on the Great Lakes remained strong during June 2008. Loadings totaled 6.4 million net tons, an increase of 2.6% compared to both a
  • Great Lakes Dredging Crisis Continues: Lca

    Iron ore shipments on the Great Lakes remained strong during June 2008. Loadings totaled 6.4 million net tons, an increase of 2.6% compared to both a
  • Curbing Ghg Emissions

    Every day, each of us hears or reads about climate change. Unlike any other environmental issue before its time, climate change truly is a social equalizer.
  • The Latest Magic Pill: Can It Change Your Life?

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  • Repeat The Mantra: Green Is Good, Green Is Good

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  • Dredging Supply Wins New Orleans Contract

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  • Dredging Supply Wins New Orleans Contract

    The Port of New Orleans has awarded Dredging Supply Co., Reserve, La., a contract to dredge port facilities along the Mississippi River. DSC's new 24-inch
  • Achieving Sustainability

    Columbia River Carbonates (CRC), a mining and mineral processing company that produces ultra-fine calcium carbonate products, recently received the most
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  • Species Need Not Endanger

    Opening or expanding mining operations will likely bring the federal government to the table wielding the Endangered Species Act. This can be a time-consuming
  • Green Training For Construction Industry

    The National Center for Construction Education and Research, Gainesville, Fla., has partnered with the Myers-Lawson School of Construction at Virginia
  • Green Training For Construction Industry

    The National Center for Construction Education and Research, Gainesville, Fla., has partnered with the Myers-Lawson School of Construction at Virginia
  • Going Batty

    A common species to watch out for, particularly in the Northeast, is the Indiana bat. This nocturnal creature is listed as federally protected. Its presence
  • Unimin: Endangered Species Haven

    Down at the most southern end of Illinois is a labyrinth of abandoned underground mines stamped with the history of expired methods of silica mining.
  • News Flash: Diesel Fuel Is Expensive!

    Unfortunately this is no longer news. It is a sad reality as the economy slips further into recession and the cost of oil-per-barrel remains well above
  • Going For The Green

    Now that the notion of going green is household terminology, people are finally realizing that what's good for the bottom line also can be good for the
  • News Flash: Diesel Fuel Is Expensive!

    Unfortunately this is no longer news. It is a sad reality as the economy slips further into recession and the cost of oil-per-barrel remains well above
  • Msha Prevails In Case Of Suspended Load Fatality

    A Pennsylvania quarry operator lost its quest to have a high negligence, S&S citation vacated after its supervisor was killed in a crane-related accident.
  • Congress Taking A Close Look At Injury Reporting

    Soon after Richard Stickler took over as MSHA chief in 2006, he was confronted with the charge that the agency systematically undercounted fatalities
  • Aem: Nation In Dire Need Of Infrastructure Repair

    The Association of Equipment Manufacturers has called for support of H.R. 3999, the National Highway Bridge Reconstruction and Inspection Act. In a letter
  • Pervious Concrete Demos Planned

    Demonstrations of pervious (porous) concrete placement and 3D paving will highlight the American Society of Concrete Contractors' Annual Conference, to
  • Report Shows Decline In Construction Jobs

    The total number of highway and bridge construction workers nationwide fell 2.4% in May 2008 compared to the same month last year, according to a report
  • Pca Predicts Fewer 2008 Housing Starts

    Recent economic data reinforces Portland Cement Association's outlook for continued declines in housing starts, according to a PCA Flash Report. Weak
  • Award Winners

    Everywhere people are being indoctrinated to Think Green. Clever marketing agencies are concocting schemes to convince the public that their products
  • Green-O-Vations

    As awareness of the environmental repercussions of human behavior and the cost of natural resources increases, industries are beginning to take efficiencies
  • Think Green: The Evolution

    Get ready to ride the green wave. A green wave is sweeping the business world. The combination of real, pressing environmental problems and powerful stakeholders
  • House Drops $8 Billion Trust Fund Provision

    The House of Representatives has dropped a provision that would have provided an $8 billion fix to restore solvency to the Highway Trust Fund. Road funding
  • Going For The Green

    Now that the notion of going green is household terminology, people are finally realizing that what's good for the bottom line also can be good for the
  • Breakers: Rugged, Reliable

    When visiting a quarry or mine, one often hears the steady rap of a rock breaker operating somewhere on the pit floor, at the primary crusher station
  • Environmental Group Wants More Enhancement Funding

    Defenders of Wildlife is urging other environmental groups to more aggressively pursue federal funding for transportation enhancement activities authorized
  • Great Lakes Dredging Crisis Continues: Lca

    Iron ore shipments on the Great Lakes remained strong during June 2008. Loadings totaled 6.4 million net tons, an increase of 2.6% compared to both a
  • Curbing Ghg Emissions

    Every day, each of us hears or reads about climate change. Unlike any other environmental issue before its time, climate change truly is a social equalizer.
  • The Latest Magic Pill: Can It Change Your Life?

    In recent years, pharmaceutical companies have begun advertising on prime-time television. This bold marketing move targets individuals, not physicians.
  • Repeat The Mantra: Green Is Good, Green Is Good

    Everybody, repeat after me: green good; global warming bad. Come on, green good, global warming bad. You can do it. Green good; environment important.
  • Dredging Supply Wins New Orleans Contract

    The Port of New Orleans has awarded Dredging Supply Co., Reserve, La., a contract to dredge port facilities along the Mississippi River. DSC's new 24-inch
  • Achieving Sustainability

    Columbia River Carbonates (CRC), a mining and mineral processing company that produces ultra-fine calcium carbonate products, recently received the most
  • Reviews And Updates

    YEAR-TO-DATE Construction Contract Values Unadjusted Totals in Millions 6 Month 2008 6 Month 2007 % change Nonresidential Building $125,108 $117,740 +6
  • Species Need Not Endanger

    Opening or expanding mining operations will likely bring the federal government to the table wielding the Endangered Species Act. This can be a time-consuming
  • Green Training For Construction Industry

    The National Center for Construction Education and Research, Gainesville, Fla., has partnered with the Myers-Lawson School of Construction at Virginia
  • Going Batty

    A common species to watch out for, particularly in the Northeast, is the Indiana bat. This nocturnal creature is listed as federally protected. Its presence
  • Unimin: Endangered Species Haven

    Down at the most southern end of Illinois is a labyrinth of abandoned underground mines stamped with the history of expired methods of silica mining.
  • News Flash: Diesel Fuel Is Expensive!

    Unfortunately this is no longer news. It is a sad reality as the economy slips further into recession and the cost of oil-per-barrel remains well above
  • Going For The Green

    Now that the notion of going green is household terminology, people are finally realizing that what's good for the bottom line also can be good for the
  • News Flash: Diesel Fuel Is Expensive!

    Unfortunately this is no longer news. It is a sad reality as the economy slips further into recession and the cost of oil-per-barrel remains well above
  • Breakers: Rugged, Reliable

    When visiting a quarry or mine, one often hears the steady rap of a rock breaker operating somewhere on the pit floor, at the primary crusher station
  • Three'S A Charm

    There is a significant trend among both cement manufacturers and concrete producers to maximize recycling and use of recycled materials.