Martin Marietta Achieves Record Quarterly Revenues, Gross Profit

Martin Marietta Materials reported results for the third quarter ended Sept. 30, noting products and services revenues of $1.680 billion versus $1.463 billion over the same period last year, an increase of 14.9%. Building Materials generated record products and services revenues of $1.61 billion for the third quarter, a 15.9% increase, driven primarily by acquisitions and double-digit pricing growth across…

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Martin Marietta Initiates Entrance Sign Project

A companywide effort is underway to ensure every Martin Marietta Materials operation greets its community warmly while meeting a newly established set of high aesthetic guidelines. “It started when we began reviewing our standard Martin Marietta entrance signs and how those signs represent our business to the community,” said Kansas City District Vice President-General Manager Matt Rosenthal. “From there, we…

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Publicly Traded Companies

The Industry’s Publicly Traded Companies Provide An Industry Barometer When They Release Their Quarterly Reports. Vulcan MaterialsVulcan Materials Co. announced results for the quarter ended June 30. Total revenues increased sharply from the prior year driven by double-digit growth in the company’s legacy business as well as the addition of U.S. Concrete operations. Total revenues were $1.954 billion, up from…

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CalPortland Closes Redding Deal

July 1, 2022 – CalPortland announced that the purchase of the Redding cement plant and other assets from Martin Marietta Materials was successfully completed on June 30. In addition to the Redding cement plant in Northern California, the assets include related cement distribution terminals and 14 ready mixed concrete plants located in California. “We are pleased to welcome the new employees…

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First Look July 2021

TOP NEWS • USGS STATS • ECONOMIC INDICATORS • MSHA WATCH • ENERGY TOP NEWS  Bipartisan BillPresident Biden and a bipartisan group of senators have announced a deal on infrastructure spending. According to the White House, the price tag comes in at $1.2 trillion over eight years, with $579 billion in new spending. Other sources peg the legislation as a $973-…

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