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across 80 acres, and Citizens is planning
to convert the quarry to a raw water
storage facility - which involves moving water between Geist Reservoir and
the new Citizens Reservoir using tunnel and shaft construction. Hear about
the process for determining the scope,
address the challenges associated with
this project, and describe the current
design for the Citizens Reservoir intake
and pump station. Then, you'll learn
about the DigIndy Deep Tunnel System,
which consists of constructing six large
diameter deep rock storage tunnels. Upon
completion in 2025, the system will consist of 28 miles of 18-foot finished diameter tunnel, constructed approximately
250 feet below Indianapolis, and will be
capable of storing up to 270-million gallons of CSO flow per wet weather event
- preventing up to a total of six billion
gallons in an average year from entering
local waterways. Explore the needs for
the deep tunnel system, hear about major
project elements, and a status update of
the 13-year construction duration.

Sales Metrics: Are Your
Measurements Driving the
Right Behavior?

Joel Galassini, CEMEX
By using the right metrics, both quantitative and qualitative, a company can
systematically build a solid customer base
that minimizes its risk while maximizing
its overall profit. This session will discuss
a variety of metrics that can be used to
measure sales as well as the strengths
and weaknesses of each. You'll learn how
these metrics support the sales process
and lead to overall profitability. Some of
the metrics will include: Average sales
price (ASP), volume, revenue, margin,
customer contacts, and win percentage.

Crushing 101

Mark Krause, McLanahan Corporation
This session provides an overview of
crushing. Learn about the different types
of primary and secondary crushers, pros
and cons associated with the different
types, what site conditions to consider

when choosing crushers and how to
optimize the process given a particular
crusher. Topics covered include: types
of crushers available, the features and
benefits of each along with expected
production capabilities, end products,
and factors affecting their efficiency.
By the end of the session the attendee
should understand the effect of speed,
stroke and angle for the various types
of crushers.

Move More Tons, More Profitably -
Productivity Solutions for Quarries

should be able to: 1) Choose the types of
dredges and techniques that can achieve
the desired production rate; 2) Provide
equipment manufacturers or sellers the
necessary production, deposit, climate,
etc. information for a valid quotation;
and 3) Optimally evaluate dredge equipment choices based on initial cost and
cost per ton operation. This presentation
is suitable for all audiences (operator to
owner) with little or no dredging knowledge (beginner).

Should My Site Be Regulated
by MSHA?

Brandon Menke, Caterpillar
Every company has targets to hit. More
tons? Lower costs? Is it possible to move
and haul more material more efficiently
than you already do? Hitting targets
means managing sites and assets efficiently. Connected quarries give us visibility to the data needed to unlock our
potential by understanding our site's
variability and inefficiencies, but the
complexity of information and actioning
the data can be overwhelming. How can
quarries combine site know-how, data
and decision-making to be more productive? This presentation will highlight
what it means to have a connected quarry
and how that translates into increased
productivity: Move more tons, more
profitably.

9:30 a.m. - 11:00 a.m.
Methods of Underwater Mining -
Dredges and Other Equipment

Troy Banks, Dolese Bros. Co.; Bill Wetta
and Charlie Johnson, DSC Dredge
Explore past, current, and future methods of extracting and transporting
aggregate materials below the surface
of bodies of water. The suitability, capital cost and operating cost of mechanical, hydraulic and pneumatic dredging
equipment shall be investigated for
deposits of varying depth, compaction,
gradation, and transportation distance.
Both deepening existing deposits and
green field sites shall be explored. After
attending this presentation, attendees

Arthur Wolfson, Jackson Kelly PLLC
The line of demarcation between MSHA
and OSHA jurisdiction has never been
clear. Historically, MSHA's assertions of
jurisdiction over a site have been difficult to challenge. A wave of recent
cases, however, have indicated that
there might be avenues for challenging
MSHA jurisdiction over a facility, both
based on the location of the facility
and the processes that occur there. In
this session, attendees will learn the
bounds of MSHA's jurisdiction and how
jurisdictional determinations are made,
and discover how to evaluate if their
sites are properly regulated by MSHA or
OSHA and how to raise challenges if they
believe a particular agency's jurisdiction
is inappropriate.

How to Implement an Enterprise
Drone Solutions Program

Jared Nix, Rogers Group Inc. and
Lauren Elmore, Firmatek
Rogers Group and Firmatek have partnered to successfully implement an
enterprise drone solutions program, and
attendees will hear first-hand about how
they worked together to build a drone
program, successful ways of implementing new technology across the organization as a whole, and the benefits of an
enterprise-wide inventory measurement
and mapping solution provider. Discover
the characteristics that have facilitated
the successful implementation of this
program, including how they got buy-in

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Aggregates News Blasts
Tech Focus: Hyundai’s AAVM
2019 NSSGA Annual Convention Preview
2019 AGG1 Academy & Expo
Rocks Build America’s Future
Legislative & Policy Forum Recap
Winner’s Circle
Tech Focus: Caterpillar’s Next Generation
Withstanding Extreme Wear in Bulk Material Handling Equipment
NSSGA Photo Contest
Rip & Share
Products & Services Guide
Index of Advertisers
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Stone, Sand & Gravel REVIEW - November/December 2018 - Tech Focus: Hyundai’s AAVM
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Stone, Sand & Gravel REVIEW - November/December 2018 - 2019 NSSGA Annual Convention Preview
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Stone, Sand & Gravel REVIEW - November/December 2018 - Rocks Build America’s Future
Stone, Sand & Gravel REVIEW - November/December 2018 - Legislative & Policy Forum Recap
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Stone, Sand & Gravel REVIEW - November/December 2018 - Winner’s Circle
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Stone, Sand & Gravel REVIEW - November/December 2018 - Tech Focus: Caterpillar’s Next Generation
Stone, Sand & Gravel REVIEW - November/December 2018 - Withstanding Extreme Wear in Bulk Material Handling Equipment
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Stone, Sand & Gravel REVIEW - November/December 2018 - NSSGA Photo Contest
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Stone, Sand & Gravel REVIEW - November/December 2018 - Rip & Share
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Stone, Sand & Gravel REVIEW - November/December 2018 - Products & Services Guide
Stone, Sand & Gravel REVIEW - November/December 2018 - Index of Advertisers
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