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Going that Extra Mile

Allegheny Mineral Corp. overland conveyor project featured in the July publication of Rock Products Magazine. Rock Products Magazine – July 2017 Edition

Snyder Scholarships

Local high school seniors were recipients of a $4,000 scholarship award from Snyder Associated Companies. Each year, Dave and Mark Snyder, present worthy seniors with the award to aid in their future education endeavors.   Kendra Hale of Kittanning, is a graduate of Armstrong Junior-Senior High School and is attending Penn State University for architectural engineering. She is the daughter of Paul and Jennifer Hale. Taylor A. Relich of Ford City, is a graduate of Armstrong Junior-Senior High School and is attending Duquesne University for pharmacy. She is the daughter of Michael and Melissa Relich. Paul Joseph Ehrenberger of Worthington,…

Allegheny Mineral Quarries Honored for Environmental and Community Excellence

The National Stone, Sand and Gravel Association (NSSGA) recently announced the winners of its annual Environmental and Community Relations Excellence Awards. These prestigious awards are presented annually to aggregate producers throughout the United States and Canada, in an effort to recognize operations in the aggregate industry for their pursuit of excellence. Those recognized truly represent the best within the aggregates industry and are applauded for their superior performance as environmental stewards, extraordinary commitment to safety, community involvement and support activities that have enhanced the image of the aggregates industry. The Environmental Excellence Award program was created in 1992 to provide…

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Shaler Area Titan Field

The Titan Stadium project totaled more than $3 million and included replacing the running track surface and installing FieldTurf artificial turf on the playing field, as well as installing new lighting. The completed project will allow for more sports teams and community groups to utilize the facility and provide an improved track surface for community and school use. The contracts included: TPK (site construction) in the amount of $1,284,650, Plavchak Construction (electrical construction) in the amount of $398,400 and FieldTurf USA, Inc. (synthetic turf construction) in the amount of $429,314. The site preparation started in June with removal of the…

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