MSHA Reports First Fatality of 2022

The Mine Safety and Health Administration (MSHA) reported that on Jan. 7, a 49-year-old front-end loader operator with 15 years of mining experience died at Arcosa’s Fayette County, Pa., operation when a large rock fell from the mine roof, crushing the cab of the front-end loader. When the accident occurred, the victim was loading material from a recently blasted shot.

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Arcosa Acquires Southwest Rock Products

Arcosa has acquired Arizona-based Southwest Rock Products LLC and affiliated entities for $150 million. Southwest Rock is a pure-play natural aggregates company serving the greater Phoenix metropolitan area with five active sand and gravel locations and one hard rock quarry producing approximately five million annual tons of construction aggregates.

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Arcosa Scores Big

March 23, 2021 – Antonio Carrillo, president and chief executive officer of Arcosa, noted in the company’s recent quarterly report, “We expect to continue to deploy capital to strengthen our current market positions and expand our geographic footprint.” The company just did that in spades with the acquisition of StonePoint Materials, one of the 25 largest aggregates companies in the United…

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