McClam & Associates Expands Runway at S.C. Airport
August 19, 2015
A project to lengthen the runway at the Fairfield County Airport in central South Carolina is set to upgrade the facility, and help it stay economically competitive.
Hot-Mix Asphalt Remains Key to Palmetto’s Success
May 28, 2015
Palmetto’s hot-mix asphalt work was at core of the business when it was first started in 1987.
Armstrong Contractors “Goes Green”
April 28, 2015
In the new millennium, construction companies are increasingly realizing the merit – and potential profits – of being environmentally responsible.
Navy Annex Demoed to Make Room for Arlington Cemetery
June 18, 2013
Demolition Services Inc. will be working their crushers hard to demolish the 1 million square foot complex.
Powerscreen Mid-Atlantic, Inc. Helps Triple B Stone Startup
For Adam Logan, then Sales Representative for Powerscreen Mid-Atlantic, Inc., the opportunity to work with NASCAR racecar driver Greg Biffle, and Greg’s brother Jeff, to help create a first-class decorative stone mining and processing plant, was a challenging yet rewarding experience as a salesperson.
Powerscreen XH320SR Impresses Aggregate Recycling Co.
September 10, 2012
The Powerscreen Pegson XH320SR impact crusher has proven itself to be a wise purchase for an aggregate recycling company in Richmond, Va.
Celtic Demolition Relies on Terex Powerscreen XR400S
November 11, 2011
At an industrial zoned site in Forest Hill, Md., Celtic Demolition operates a recycling yard that converts construction debris to usable material at the same time it helps maintain air quality. The latter environmental feature is a consequence of Celtic’s switch to a piece of machinery powered by a Tier IV-standards engine.
Potomac Landfill Upgrades to Powerscreen’s Warrior 2400
July 26, 2011
Lase December Potomac Landfill in Dumfries, Va., decided to improve and expand upon its operations and purchase additional screening equipment from Powerscreen Mid-Atlantic Inc. (the authorized dealer for Powerscreen crushing and screening equipment in both the Virginias and Carolinas). Potomac Landfill had owned a Powerscreen Warrior 1800 for two years yet decided to buy an additional screener, a Powerscreen Warrior 2400, to improve its production and output.