BMC Enterprises expands Midwest footprint

By |  June 30, 2021

BMC Enterprises

BMC Enterprises, a producer of aggregate and ready-mix concrete in the St. Louis region, acquired Stewart Concrete Products and established a strategic partnership with Stewart-Morrison Redi-Mix, bringing the company’s recent acquisitions to five over the last 13 months.

Stewart Concrete Products, headquartered in Halfway, Missouri, and Stewart-Morrison Redi-Mix, based in West Plains, Missouri, will operate as new portfolio companies under BMC. Acquired assets from both transactions include five concrete products locations, eight ready-mix concrete plants and two sand and gravel mines throughout southwest Missouri and central Arkansas, the company says.

“These acquisitions further reinforce BMC’s reputation as a super-regional, vertically-integrated construction materials company,” says Nathan McKean, CEO of BMC. “We’re pleased to welcome the employees of Stewart Concrete Products and Stewart-Morrison Redi-Mix and are excited to serve several new communities.”

Those transactions follow three other acquisitions throughout southern and eastern Missouri within the last 13 months, including Payne Ready Mix Concrete in Dudley and Poplar Bluff, Tri-County Concrete in Van Buren and Spencer Ready Mix Concrete in Poplar Bluff. During this time, BMC says it also acquired more than 100 acres of real estate in eastern Missouri, increasing its aggregate reserves for its mining operation in Old Monroe.

Founded in 1925, BMC began as F.E. Breckenridge Material Co. Under McKean’s leadership, BMC has completed 27 acquisitions in three states over the last 17 years.

“By continuing to bolster our presence throughout the region, we’re demonstrating our commitment to providing high-quality ready-mix concrete, construction materials and logistical advantages to customers from Hannibal to Cape Girardeau, and west to Springfield and beyond,” McKean adds.

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