2015 TCP Survey: Survey Respondents

SiteMix utilizes the Zimmerman Digital Metering System to track materials and yardage for each volumetric mixer truck.

As a startup, Atlanta-based SiteMix relies heavily on technology to serve its niche market. Using volumetric concrete mixers, the producer focuses on filling smaller orders and keeps operations lean by communicating and managing projects via mobile devices.

SiteMix utilizes the Zimmerman Digital Metering System to track materials and yardage for each volumetric mixer truck.

Holliday Rock, based in Upland, Calif., is using new technology including automated batch control and enterprise mobility software to streamline processes across its entire operation. The concrete and asphalt producer also plans to invest in batching software, computer equipment, automated personnel systems, and integrating its existing systems.

Holliday Rock, based in Upland, Calif., is using new technology including automated batch control and enterprise mobility software to streamline processes across its entire operation. The concrete and asphalt producer also plans to invest in batching software, computer equipment, automated personnel systems, and integrating its existing systems.

Irving Materials, based in Greenfield, Ind., like many concretre producers, has invested in truck-tracking technology.

Irving Materials, Inc. (IMI), based in Greenfield, Ind., investigates new technology to better serve customers across its ready-mix and aggregate operations, as well as its paving and specialty products divisions.

Mokena, Ill.-based Ozinga Brothers Inc. continues to expand its service area and focus on customer service. In the past two years, the producer has added locations, automated manual processes, and invested in new equipment.

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