Sources: Holcim US, Chicago; CP staff A Holcim US corporate banner is uniting legacy brands Aggregate Industries, Metro Mix Concrete and Transit Mix Concrete, serving Boulder, Colorado Springs, Denver and Ft. Collins, Colo. markets. Ready mixed, aggregate and asphalt operations will join the producer’s namesake cement plant in Florence, Colo. The regional rebrand follows similar action in Texas and, Holcim…Read More
LafargeHolcim has closed on the assets of Metro Mix LLC, a ready mixed producer with Denver and Castle Rock, Colo., plants and a payroll of 50. Metro Mix reported 2017 sales upward of $30 million and serves a fast growing market where construction is projected to remain strong thanks to large jobs and population growth.Read More
LafargeHolcim has acquired Tarrant Concrete Co., which operates three ready mixed plants on two sites, and builds on a Dallas-Fort Worth Metroplex platform created under Holcim (US). With 90 employees and annual sales hovering $40 million, Tarrant Concrete becomes the first bolt-on transaction in domestic ready mixed production since the Aggregate Industries U.S. and Holcim (US) businesses, along with Lafarge North America, were brought under LafargeHolcim Ltd. in the 2015 Lafarge Group and Holcim Ltd. merger.Read More
Sources: LafargeHolcim, Chicago; CP staff
LafargeHolcim has closed on the assets of Metro Mix LLC, a ready mixed producer with Denver and Castle Rock, Colo., plants. The transaction adds to an already strong Colorado market presence LafargeHolcim enjoys through its integrated Aggregate Industries operations.Read More
The National Ready Mixed Concrete Association Commitment to Environmental Excellence Awards program recognizes sound operating practices and outstanding contributions to protecting the environment. Now in its 22nd year, it salutes producer members that have surpassed governmental compliance requirements and demonstrated environmental commitment through plant and staff investment.Read More
Aggregate Industries US (AIUS), a subsidiary of LafargeHolcim Ltd., designed and developed the decorative concrete that brought landscape architect Carol R. Johnson Associates Inc.’s vision for the Boston Bruins’ new Warrior Ice Arena to life. The architect wanted to bring the imagery of hockey from the interior to the exterior of the complex. The main entrance to the 75,000-sq.-ft. practice facility features a landmark 68-ft.-high hockey stick and giant granite hockey pucks as well as a unique hardscape design.Read More
An agreement between LafargeHolcim and Phoenix-based HercuTech Inc. positions Lafarge North America, Holcim (US) and Aggregate Industries to market and support production of HercuTech, a plant-fabricated, high performance insulated concrete wall system suited to residential and light commercial applications.Read More
Sources: U.S. Court of Appeals for the District of Columbia Circuit, Washington, D.C.; CP staff
The top federal appellate court recently granted an Aggregate Industries petition for review of a National Labor Relations Board decision involving the transfer of work between Construction and Ready-Mix bargaining unit drivers represented by Teamsters, Chauffeurs, Warehousemen and Helpers Local 631, Las Vegas.Read More
FIRST PLACE – AGGREGATE INDUSTRIES-MID-ATLANTIC REGION, BELTSVILLE RMC PLANT, GREENBELT, MD.
SECOND PLACE – DOLESE BROS. CO. MOORE BATCH PLANT, MOORE, OKLA.
THIRD PLACE – DOLESE BROS. CO. MIDWEST CITY BATCH PLANT, MIDWEST CITY, OKLA.
HONORABLE MENTION – AGGREGATE INDUSTRIES SWR, INC., SLOAN READY MIX PLANT, LAS VEGAS, NEV.
HONORABLE MENTION – CEMEX LEESBURG PLANT, OKAHUMPKA, FLA.
HONORABLE MENTION – CEMEX CONSTRUCTION MATERIALS PACIFIC, TEMECULA PLANT, TEMECULA, CALIF.
Guy Edwards has been appointed Aggregate Industries US chief operating officer, bringing a resume spanning management roles for the United Kingdom operations of Hanson, Tarmac and Aggregate Industries predecessor, Bardon. He will be tasked with strategy implementation and business improvement, and assessing the organization’s structure, efficiency and performance.Read More