Charah Solutions Inc. in Louisville, Ky., has been awarded a five-year contract by NV Energy for marketing of fly ash from the North Valmy Generating Station, a 522-MW power facility with two operating coal-fired units. The plant and complex are jointly owned by NV Energy and Idaho Power. The fly ash will be shipped to regional markets via Charah Solutions’ MultiSource materials network, a distribution system of more than 40 nationwide terminals and rail yards.
Nashville-based Rogers Group Inc. has purchased a quarry, sand plant, five asphalt operations and all construction assets of Reed Contracting Services in Huntsville, Ala.. Since its inception in 1987, Reed has grown to be the leading provider of mass excavating, grading, underground utilities, asphalt paving and trucking services in Huntsville. Rogers Group is a leading supplier of crushed stone in the northern Alabama market and a provider of asphalt paving services in northwest Alabama. Combining the scope and quality of legacy Reed Contracting operations will net the greater Huntsville market what Rogers officials note are “seamless, start-to-finish construction and materials services.”
Iowa-based Cemen Tech has acquired Contech Testing & Consultancy Ltd., a Wolverhampton, England, provider of mix design, testing, and production quality control services. Those capabilities, along with an accredited Contech laboratory, position Cemen Tech to expand support for United Kingdom volumetric concrete mixer truck operators and block producers. The business will continue to operate under its current name as a division of Volumech, Cemen Tech’s existing UK operation. The Wolverhampton site joins two other UK locations offering the manufacturer’s concrete mixers, parts, truck refurbishments, and Accu-Pour fleet management software.
The transaction reflects a mission for Cemen Tech to become an innovative, end-to-end, concrete technology services company, notes CEO Connor Deering. “Though our roots are solidly planted in Iowa, Cemen Tech continues its commitment to the global construction industry,” he adds. “We need to keep expanding our concrete services to ensure customers are able to produce the highest quality concrete. Acquiring a testing company like Contech helps us do that with an unparalleled level of expertise.”