Miller Elected GCAA President

Travis Miller, Martin Marietta regional vice president/general manager for the North Georgia and Alabama districts began his two-year leadership role as president of the Georgia Construction Aggregate Association (GCAA) board of directors during the organization’s spring board meeting held via ZOOM. Miller has been a longtime supporter of GCAA and a leader in the aggregates industry. He will serve in…

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GCAA Meeting Features Vulcan’s Fleming; Georgia Governor

According to the Georgia Construction Aggregates Association (GCAA), the 2021 Georgia Chamber Eggs & Issues Breakfast was held virtually this year. Jimmy Fleming, vice president of permitting & external relations at Vulcan Materials and GCAA Government/Community Affairs Committee chairman, and Jeff Wansley, GCAA executive director, participated in the virtual event. Georgia Gov. Brian Kemp was the headliner.

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FIRST LOOK – APRIL 2018

TOP NEWS AGG1 Show a Success The 2018 AGG1 Academy & Expo, co-located with the World of Asphalt, concluded a successful run, March 6-8, with a very positive atmosphere, as attendees and exhibitors conducted business and discussed issues affecting future growth GCAA Event a Hit The Georgia Construction Aggregate Association recently held its annual Management Workshop at the Cobb Galleria…

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Industry Challenges OSHA Silica Rule in Court

The National Stone, Sand & Gravel Association (NSSGA), in conjunction with the Georgia Construction Aggregates Association (GCAA), filed a petition on April 4 in the 11th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals for review of the Occupational Safety & Health Administration’s (OSHA) crystalline silica rule. OSHA published the final rule on March 25 and unless stayed by the court, the rule…

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Legal Action Filed Against Silica Rule

The National Stone, Sand & Gravel Association (NSSGA), in conjunction with the Georgia Construction Aggregates Association (GCAA), filed a petition on April 4 in the 11th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals for review of the Occupational Safety & Health Administration’s (OSHA) crystalline silica rule. OSHA published the final rule on March 25 and unless stayed by the court, the rule…

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