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MEET CARMEUSE AT THE VTCA SPRING CONFERENCE – BOOTH 62

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The Virginia Transportation Construction Alliance (VTCA) Spring Conference, a statewide conference dedicated to Virginia’s vibrant transportation program—one of the largest in the country—is being held, April 10– 12, at the Hilton Norfolk, Norfolk Virginia.

Attending will be transportation contractors, aggregate producers, consultant engineers, material suppliers, and government transportation officials all there to learn about solutions to the challenges they face in the design, construction and maintenance of the vast Virginia Commonwealth infrastructure.

The Carmeuse Lime & Limestone team is excited to be showcasing how effective our calcium based products are at transforming in-situ problematic soils and extending the life of roads and highways. Our technical representatives will be available to provide additional information on the many proven solutions that our products can provide as well as our supply and service network out of Winchester, Middletown, Strasburg and James River, Virginia.

Carmeuse Lime & Stone is a leading manufacturer of lime and limestone and whose products are commonly used to benefit the environment by producing cleaner air, cleaner water and improved soil characteristics. Carmeuse products are diversely utilized across a wide range of industries including road construction, asphalt, land development, steel manufacturing, power generation, water and wastewater treatment, pulp and paper production, and more. Staffed by nearly 2,000 employees throughout 28 production facilities in Eastern US and Canada, with North America operations headquartered in Pittsburgh, PA, Carmeuse not only offers solutions, but also value-added services such as technical, application and logistics support to optimize our customers’ processes.

 

Contact: Dale Andrews
Strategic Marketing Manager
Phone: 412.995.1036
 

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