MANUFACTURERS – JULY 2021

Concrete mix temperature control specialist NITROcrete has appointed Stephen De Bever as chief executive officer, succeeding founder Drew Nelson, who transitions to the executive chairman post. De Bever arrives with two decades’ experience in concrete and construction, most recently serving as Standard Precast chief executive officer and Brundage-Bone Concrete Pumping chief operating officer.  “NITROcrete technology addresses the concrete industry’s need…

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BMH rolls into in Astec ranks, joining Con-E-Co and RexCon

Astec Industries Inc., Chattanooga, Tenn., has acquired Montreal-based BMH Systems, a concrete plant equipment manufacturer best known for the RollMaster reversing drum mixer. BMH product integration, Astec officials note, provides a comprehensive concrete plant offering in North America, enhances engineering expertise, creates cost synergy opportunities, and delivers a strong platform for Canadian market development. The deal was announced days after…

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BMH Systems arrives in Astec portfolio, alongside Con-E-Co, Rexcon

Source: Astec Industries, Inc., Chattanooga, Tenn. 

Astec Industries has acquired Montreal-based BMH Systems, Inc., a concrete plant equipment manufacturer best known for the RollMaster reversing mixer drum. BMH product integration, Astec officials note, provides a comprehensive concrete plant offering in North America, enhances engineering expertise, creates cost synergy opportunities, and delivers a strong platform for Canadian market development.

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MANUFACTURERS – NOVEMBER 2017

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Charah LLC has opened a fly ash storage terminal in Kelim, Colo., north of Denver, in partnership with Great Western Railway of Colorado operator and rail-to-truck transloading services provider OmniTRAX. Geared to Rocky Mountain States concrete producers, the facility joins the Charah MultiSource Class C and Class F fly ash distribution network, whose recent expansion has also seen new terminals in California, the Midwest, New England and the South.

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Road builders frame funding priorities in Midwest projects

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Leading up to another extension (June-July) of the federal transportation funding program, the American Road & Transportation Builders Association circulated on Capitol Hill a publication spotlighting how innovative design and construction techniques, cutting-edge technologies, new materials, safety products, and advanced heavy equipment are being deployed by the public and private sectors to deliver critical and cost-effective highway, bridge and transit projects.

 
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