Chaney Enterprises’ next frontier: North Carolina

Sources: Chaney Enterprises, Gambrills, Md.; CP staff The latest move in Chaney Enterprises’ most ambitious expansion program to date is construction of a Powell’s Point, N.C. ready mixed concrete plant. “We are eager to work with local contractors and customers to provide quality construction materials while meeting their specific needs,” says CEO Francis “Hall” Chaney, III. Located west of the…

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National Precast, Superior Concrete optimize stormwater containment

Sources: Environmental Containment Corp., Vancouver, Wash.; CP staff After an initial collaboration, Washington State’s National Precast, Vancouver, and Superior Concrete, Lake Stevens, have joined forces as Environmental Containment Corp. to serve the fast-growing stormwater containment market with cast-in-place detention vaults, plus precast ponds or vaults. The producer’s comprehensive, modular design for runoff management, Hybrid Vault, is now available throughout the…

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Chaney compounds Virginia footprint in Superior Concrete deal

Sources: Chaney Enterprises, Gambrills, Md.; CP staff Maryland’s Chaney Enterprises continues rapid development of a Virginia platform, entering a definitive agreement to acquire two Superior Concrete plants in Harrisonburg, along the Interstate 81 corridor. The deal follows two others increasing the producer’s footprint west of the Potomac River: One aggregate depot and three ready mixed plants from Branscome of Williamsburg;…

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Superior Concrete arrives at tiny house exhibit, 200-sq.-ft. prototype in tow

Superior Concrete Tiny Houses, an affiliate of Superior Concrete Products, debuted its newest model during the 2016 Tiny House Jamboree last month in Colorado Springs, Colo. The Colorado Cool is a 200-sq.-ft., one-bedroom structure built on a rugged goose-neck trailer, giving tiny home enthusiasts the ability to relocate.

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Superior Concrete brands Ballistics for utilities abiding new security rule


On the heels of Federal Energy Regulatory Commission (FERC) adoption last year, the Physical Security Reliability Standard could fuel demand for hundreds of thousands of lineal feet of precast fences, one of the past decade’s faster growing manufactured-concrete market segments.

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Superior Concrete goes ballistic in precast fence, site barrier engineering

Sources: Superior Concrete Products, Euless, Texas; CP staff

Branded Superior Ballistics, a new reinforcing feature doubles the strength of Superior Concrete Products (SCP) fence and barrier panels, making them impervious to close-range fire from high caliber ammunition.

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