Rock to Road is taking our Quarry Tech forum digital this year for producers from coast to coast! The popular forum will still feature live presentations designed to optimize pit and quarry operations, as well as a collection of recorded sessions to enjoy at your own pace. This virtual forum will also feature new product and demo sponsor videos.
- Present your technology, expertise and thought leadership to a national audience
- Hear from industry experts about the latest trends
- Secure new leads from attendees from coast-to-coast to grow your business
- Quarry, sand and gravel pit operations managers and owners
- Process engineers
- Optimization staff
- Design consultants
- Fleet managers
Best practices, new technology, safety and more.
John Ashton, Executive Director, ASGA
Rock to Road chats with Alberta Sand & Gravel Association Executive Director John Ashton about what to expect from a new government and a new infrastructure minister.
- Lesley Foy, Land & Environment Committee Chair, ASGA
- John Ashton, Executive Director, ASGA
- Carley Dobko, Environmental Coordinator, North Pease Aggregates
The Alberta Sand & Gravel Association recently reached out to Minister of Environment and Parks Jason Nixon in an effort to become included on all of the caribou sub-regional planning task forces and for the province to consider changes to the draft plans. These changes have serious implications for the future development of pits and quarries across Alberta - the kinds of changes that can happen all across Canada.
Join ASGA’s Land & Environment Committee Chair Lesley Foy and Executive Director John Ashton as they discuss the impact of these sub-regional planning task forces and the importance of fighting for a seat at the table for this type of planning for the good of the aggregate industry as a whole.
- Christopher Jass, Curator, Quaternary Palaeontology, Royal Alberta Museum
- Katherine Bramble, Regulatory Assistant, Quaternary Palaeontology, Royal Alberta Museum
- William Gowdy BSc., P.Geo., Manager, Sustainability & Environment, Northern Alberta Lafarge Canada Inc.
The Royal Alberta Museum in Edmonton has a collection built on fossils unearthed during aggregate operations. In fact, thousands of fossils have been unearthed by aggregate operations across Alberta. Katherine Bramble and Chris Jass of the Royal Alberta Museum and Bill Gowdy, Manager, Sustainability & Environment, Northern Alberta, Lafarge Canada, will discuss the ongoing relationship between the Royal Alberta Museum and the aggregate industry.