NRMCA has announced the winners of its 2014 NRMCA Excellence in Quality Awards. Winning producers have demonstrated that they followed and exceeded quality management principles over a broad range of activities from commitment to quality, materials management, managing production facilities, product quality control and maintaining a high level of customer satisfaction. The winners were honored on Sept. 22 during the awards luncheon at NRMCA’s ConcreteWorks and Board of Directors’ Meeting in Indianapolis.
Category A (annual production exceeding 1 million cubic yards):
ARGOS USA RMX - Area 4
ARGOS USA RMX - Area 5
CalPortland Arizona Division
CEMEX Florida Region
CEMEX Northern California Region
Cemstone Products Co.
GCC of America Ready Mix & Aggregate
Irving Materials Inc., imi North Region
USC Atlantic, An U.S. Concrete Co., Eastern Concrete Materials & Superior Concrete Divisions
Vulcan Materials Co., NOVA/DC Ready Mix East Region
Category B (annual production from 250,000 to 1 million cubic yards):
Aggregate Industries Northeast Region
Anderson Concrete Corp.
ARGOS USA RMX - Area 1
ARGOS USA RMX - Area 2
ARGOS USA RMX - Area 3
CalPortland Nevada Region
CalPortland Oregon Division
Chandler Concrete Co.
Concrete Supply Co., Charlotte Division
Irving Materials Inc., imi South Louisville Region
Irving Materials Inc., imi Southwest Region
Irving Materials Inc., imi Tennessee Region
Preferred Materials Inc., Oldcastle Southern Group
S&W Ready Mix Concrete Company
Titan Concrete LLC Florida Business Unit
Titan Virginia Ready-Mix LLC Northern Region
Titan America/Titan Virginia Ready Mix, Southern Region (TVRM SOVA)
Category C (annual production less than 250,000 cubic yards):
ARGOS USA RMX - Area 6
Dolese Bros. Co., Oklahoma Metro Division
Dolese Bros. Co., Tulsa Division
Powhatan Ready Mix, Titan America
The criteria for this award were established by NRMCA’s Research Engineering and Standards Committee to recognize the commitment to quality of NRMCA member companies. Companies applied either as a single entity or a division within a company and responded to a multiple-choice type application form that generated their scores; a minimum score of 75% with supporting validation qualified a company to receive an award.