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OCT 2016

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www.rockproducts.com ROCK products • October 2016 • 31 6.0 percent compared with the same period of 2015. Crushed stone production increased in six of the nine geographic divi- sions and 25 of the 44 states that were estimated in Q2. 4 Sand and Gravel The estimated U.S. output of construction sand and gravel produced and shipped for consumption in Q2 2016 was 269 Mt, an increase of 6.0 percent compared with the same period of 2015. The production of sand and gravel increased in five of the nine geographic divisions and 23 of the 45 states that were estimated in Q2. 4 Sources: U.S. Geological Survey, Average of Vulcan Materials, Martin Marietta and Eagle Materials average net selling price Sources: NRMCA Industry Data Survey, Average RMC selling price of U.S. Concrete, Vulcan Materials, Martin Marietta Materials & Eagle Materials Headwaters MB is an independent, middle-market investment banking firm providing strategic merger and acquisition, corpo- rate finance, and merchant banking services through proprietary sources of capital. Named "Investment Bank of the Year" by The M&A Atlas Awards in 2015, Headwaters MB is headquartered in Denver, with six regional offices across the United States and partnerships with 18 firms covering 30 countries. For more infor- mation, visit www.headwatersmb.com. To discuss any information contained in this report, contact the Headwaters MB team: Darin Good, managing director, dgood@headwatersmb.com, 303-549- 5674; Brian Krehbiel, vice president, bkrehbiel@headwatersmb. com, 303-531-5008. Sources: EAPA Asphalt in Figures, Vulcan Materials & Martin Marietta Materials average of net asphalt selling prices Source: U.S. Geological Survey Source: U.S. Geological Survey 1 NBC News: "Construction Worker Shortage Weighs on Hot Housing Market" 2 The Associated General Contractors of America 3 US. Bureau of the Census 4 U.S. Geological Survey

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