Seventeen years ago, Ryan Jones was just a business student with a good idea of how to make some extra money during the summer to help pay for school.
With some things in life, size doesn’t matter. At Bettenson’s Sand & Gravel, whether it’s a small residential job or a large and complex commercial construction project, they make sure to provide the same commitment and dedication to each customer.
It was during 2007 that Kingston-based roadbuilding company and aggregate producer Cruickshank Construction began seeking feedback from its employees
It’s minus 24 C and Dom Kriangkum is navigating his way around piles of gravel with a tape measure in one hand and a note pad in the other.
Danford Aggregates’ granite quarry near Madoc, Ont., was a very busy place in late November 2011.
When many Canadians think about Alberta’s Oil Sands, they picture the big names such as Suncor, Shell, Syncrude and Canadian Natural Resources Limited (CNRL).
Brent Craig knew from a very young age that he wanted to have a career in the sand and gravel business.
Upon arrival at the Walker Aggregates Severn Pines Quarry just North of Orillia, Ont., it doesn’t take long to realize there is something different about this operation
On the blackboard in the boardroom of Dufferin Aggregates’ Milton, Ont., quarry are scrawled several quotes, the most striking of which is from Albert Einstein, who wrote: “Insanity: Doing the same thing over and over and expecting different results.”
Aggregate Processing Services Ltd. runs 10 portable crushing spreads and five portable washing plants from site to site throughout Ontario.
If the proliferation of new car dealers, big box stores, $35 per plate restaurants and modern housing developments is any indication of the state of the economy in St. John’s, N.L., then Canada’s most easterly city is doing extremely well.
Last year, fourth-generation, privately owned, Calgary-based BURNCO Rock Products Ltd. acquired three new minerals processing plants: a Mobicat MC 120 Z jaw crusher; a Mobirex MR 122 Z impact crusher; and a Mobiscreen M 19 D mobile screen.
The decal on Sarah Bond’s well used hardhat says it all. “I LOVE EXPLOSIVES,” it states in bold capital letters with a stylized red heart replacing the word “Love.” Bond, who is just 26 years old, is the drill and blast supervisor at Lafarge Canada Inc’s Texada Island operation in southern British Columbia.
One of the challenges in producing aggregates from recycled concrete and asphalt can be the variation in feed materials. Recycled concrete in particular can vary considerably in size, rebar content, hardness, and even colour.
Based in Boucherville, Que., Construction DJL Inc. is a prominent name in the province’s infrastructure industry.
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