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Printed Aggregates Atlas

 

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The 2013 Aggregates Industry Atlas is a guide to pit, quarry, and mine locations. The 2013 Aggregates Industry Atlas is designed as

State maps depicting crushed stone and sand & gravel operation locations; astandard magazine size for easy storage and handling. Features include:

  • An index of each state’s operations showing ownership; and
  • A map legend and instructions on how to use the atlas.

This valuable tool is used by Aggregates Manager readers for a variety of resource data, such as locating new sources of supply.

 

Click HERE to view a sample section of the Aggregates Atlas.

 

 

 

 

Aggregates Atlas on CD

 

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Perhaps you need additional information about companies listed in the atlas.

If so, we have the perfect companion, the Atlas on CD, which contains information about mine locations, types of rock mined, GPS coordinates, pertinent facts about companies listed in the atlas and more.

The CD-ROM contains complete information on more than 11,000 operations in the United States, as well as the entire 2013 Aggregates Industry Atlas in a pdf format.

The entire issue with maps is included on the CD in a pdf format and the actual data files used to create the atlas are included in both Excel and .csv format. See below for samples of the excel and .csv formats.

 

 

 

Aggregates Atlas Data in CSV format

 

Aggregates Manager Aggregates Atlas CSV downloadThe Aggregates Atlas data is also available in a one-time downloadable CSV file format.  With this valuable data you can view 31 fields of information including, company name, operation name, location, GPS information, MSHA mine id number, commodity type, stone type,  and much more.

 

Click Here to view a sample CSV file.

Click Here to view a sample Excel file.

It is not advised to use this data for mailings.

 

Most locations do not have a mail drop, and the mailing will be returned.