Former Geneva Rock Quarry to Become Innovative Development

By Mark S. Kuhar Since 1954, Geneva Rock has been a top supplier of ready-mixed concrete, sand and gravel, asphalt and construction services in Utah. The company has a history of providing quality products and service. As a major employer in Utah, Geneva Rock has more than 1,200 employees and its parent company, Clyde Companies, has more than 4,000 employees. …

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Former Geneva Rock Quarry to Become Innovative Development

A former Geneva Rock gravel pit in Lehi, Utah, will become a Transit Oriented Development (TOD) mixed-use project. The site will feature 300 luxury apartments, 100 townhome units, connection to a future proposed Bus Rapid Transit (BRT) system between Utah and Salt Lake counties, and pedestrian and bicycle paths with easy access to nearby trail systems. The project will be…

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PERMITTING – JULY 2021

Canadian Gravel Pit Proposed According to the Comox Valley Record, the Ministry of Energy, Mines and Low Carbon Innovation spokesperson confirmed the ministry has a Mines Act permit application. The proposed operation would run for no longer than 10 years. A copy of the notice of work application shows the applicant as a numbered company, but the contact person listed…

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PERMITTING – DECEMBER 2020

Colorado Quarry Would Produce Material for LandfillThe Bureau of Land Management (BLM) Royal Gorge Field Office is considering a proposal to mine unconsolidated clay, sand and gravel material approximately 10 miles north of Salida, Colo., just east of the Chaffee County landfill, according to the Ark Valley Voice. Chaffee County is proposing to develop 40 acres of BLM-managed lands. “This…

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PERMITTING – October 2017

Concrete Crushing Permit Approved The Medina, Ohio, Planning Commission gave the Osborne Concrete Co. a conditional zoning permit to continue operation of its concrete-crushing operation despite complaints of noise and dust pollution from residents of two nearby housing developments, according to The Gazette. The decision was made after an hour-long meeting behind closed doors, which was called when the five members…

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Permitting – February 2014

Township Rejects Permit ProposalBrighton Township, Mich., rejected a proposal to restart mining at a former gravel pit located at Kensington and Jacoby roads, according to the Livingston Daily. Township officials said there’s an agreement for the property to be restored, developed and a portion turned into a township park, and they’re not willing to break that deal. However, the developer…

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