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Tag: Ronnie Pruitt

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First-quarter aggregate business strong at U.S. Concrete

May 6, 2021By

Says U.S. Concrete president and CEO Ronnie Pruitt: “We are seeing an increase in bidding levels and project starts, which continue to point to a stronger second half of 2021.”

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U.S. Concrete completes purchase in Bay Area

April 21, 2021By

The company continues to diversify its regional assets and expand its terminal operations.

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U.S. Concrete board to undergo change

March 29, 2021By

Bill Sandbrook, who retired as U.S. Concrete CEO last year, announced that he will not stand for reelection at the company’s 2021 annual stockholders meeting.

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U.S. Concrete wraps up acquisition in Canada

March 17, 2021By

The company completed the purchase of Orca Quarry, including leased land and a royalty agreement in British Columbia, Canada.

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U.S. Concrete aggregate business stands out in fourth quarter 2020

February 24, 2021By

The company says it achieved fourth-quarter and full-year 2020 record results in its aggregate products segment.

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U.S. Concrete acquisition to benefit its aggregate business

November 13, 2020By

The company added assets to its concrete and retail operations serving the California Bay Area building materials sector.

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Third-quarter 2020 agg business shines at U.S. Concrete

October 29, 2020By

Record revenue from aggregate products helped to offset lower ready-mixed concrete volumes at the company.

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U.S. Concrete’s Red River Plant in Thackerville, Okla., produces about 600,000 tons of concrete sand per year. Photo: P&Q Staff

Agg business shines in second quarter 2020 at U.S. Concrete

August 4, 2020By

Sales volumes and average selling prices were up significantly in the quarter, leading to some all-time-high quarterly marks at the company.

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