Arcosa expands in Southwest through acquisition

By |  August 16, 2021

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Arcosa acquired Southwest Rock Products and affiliated entities for $150 million.

According to Arcosa, Southwest Rock is an aggregate producer serving the greater Phoenix metropolitan area with five active sand and gravel locations and one hard rock quarry, producing about 5 million annual tons of construction aggregate.

“I am excited to announce the acquisition of Southwest Rock, which is an excellent strategic fit for Arcosa,” says Antonio Carrillo, president and CEO of Arcosa. “The business is aligned with our strategy to reduce our cyclicality and enter new and attractive geographies. Southwest Rock has an experienced operating team, a strong footprint in the high-growth Phoenix market area and a pipeline of actionable bolt-on opportunities.”

Southwest Rock had trailing 12-month revenues of about $36 million, Arcosa adds, and an adjusted earnings before interest, tax, depreciation and amortization of about $14 million, as of May 31.

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