The TCP100 companies are ranked by their total North American revenue for the previous year (2009). Our goal is to show the large scope of the companies involved in concrete production, so producers are listed by their parent company's name and total revenue. Some figures were for fiscal years.
Revenue figures and other information were acquired through questionnaires, telephone, and e-mail requests. Revenue for companies that did not provide information was obtained through annual reports, press releases, media sources, and the databases of LexisNexis, Hoovers, Manta, and the Gale Business and Company Resource Center.
"TCP 100 Slimming Down"
Concrete producers adjust to new economic realities.
NORTH AMERICA'S LARGEST CONCRETE PRODUCERS MORE THAN $1 BILLION
1 OLDCASTLE INC. / ATLANTA
No. 1 for the fourth consecutive year, this subsidiary of CRH plc. recently bought Schwab's assets in Ohio, including 12 ready-mix locations, two block plants, and one aggregate distribution terminal. www.oldcastle.com
2 CEMEX INC. / HOUSTON
Mexico-based producer has subsidiaries in more than 20 countries. In response to the economic downturn Cemex was forced to sell its Australian operations. www.cemexusa.com
3 LAFARGE NORTH AMERICA / HERNDON, VA.
Sales slumped 24% over the past year for this North American branch of Paris-based Lafarge S.A. North American sales accounted for 19% of the total. www.lafargenorthamerica.com
4 HEIDELBERG CEMENT / ALLENTOWN, PA.
After a successful refinancing bailout in 2009, Heidelberg experienced a disappointing full year turnover decrease of 31%. Heidelberg operates 19 North American cement plants. www.heidelbergcement.com
5 HOLCIM / DUNDEE, MICH.
Switzerland-based company acquired Cemex Australia. The producer now has interests in 70 countries on every continent, including North America, which made up 16% of total sales in 2009. www.holcim.com/us
6 TRINITY CONSTRUCTION PRODUCTS GROUP / DA DALLAS
Parent of Transit Mix Concrete and Materials, which started in 1939 as a small ready-mix operation in Beaumont, Texas. Concrete and aggregates account for 63% of Trinity's revenues. www.trin.net/trinbusi/construct.html
7 VULCAN MATERIALS CO. / BIRMINGHAM, ALA.
Early in 2009, producer's markets lagged the rest of the nation in obligating and awarding stimulus-related highway projects. In spring, the producer reported the overall economy was improving. www.vulcanmaterials.com
8 COLAS S.A. / ROSELAND, N.J.
Based in France, Colas is considered a world leader in road construction, accounting for about 80% of the company's business. Expects North America's business to improve thanks to U.S. infrastructure projects in 2010. www.colas.com
9 MDU RESOURCES / BISMARCK, N.D.
The Montana-Dakota Utilities Co. (MDU) recently completed a wind generation facility in North Dakota. Such projects reflect the company's commitment to a sustainable environment and environmental responsibility. www.mdu.com
10 MARTIN MARIETTA MATERIALS / RALEIGH, N.C.
Produces ready-mixed concrete in Arkansas and Texas. It is the second largest producer of crushed stone, sand, and gravel in the U.S. www.martinmarietta.com
11 BUZZI UNICEM / BETHLEHEM, PA.
Created by the 2004 merger of RC Cement and Lone Star Industries; serves the Midwest, Southwest, Northeast, and Southeast areas of the U.S. Recently built the River 7000 plant in St. Louis, which has the company's largest production line. www.buzziunicemusa.com
12 MITSUBISHI MATERIALS / CORONA, CALIF.
Company produces and sells construction materials in the U.S., China, Vietnam, and other countries. Other branches include automotive, electronics, and precious metals..mmc.co.jp/english/
13 TAIHEIYO CEMENT / GLENDORA, CALIF.
Manufactures and sells ready-mix throughout the West Coast region. In 2009, Taiheiyo acquired Nihon Ceratec, manufacturer of ceramic machinery components and electronics parts. www.taiheiyo-cement.co.jp/english
$501 MILLION TO $1 BILLION
14 TXI / DALLAS
Major cement producer manufactures concrete in much of Texas and central Louisiana. TXI employees helped build a home featured on Extreme Makeover: Home Edition in October 2009. www.txi.com
15 CEMENTOS ARGOS / MEDELLIN, COLUMBIA
The U.S. makes up 34% of this producer's business. Its greatest concrete production capacity is in the U.S., where it can produce 11.6 million yards per year. www.argos.com.co
16 GRUPO CEMENTOS DE CHIHUAHUA / CHIHUAHUA, MEXICO
Reported a double-digit decline in concrete, block, and aggregate sales in 2009. Renegotiated its debt in May 2010 and reported growth in U.S. concrete and cement sales in this year's second quarter. www.gcc.com
17 CLYDE COMPANIES / OREM, UTAH
Awarded a contract for a $2.7 million overpass construction project in Twin Falls, Idaho. This year reorganized into two divisions: heavy/highway and special projects. www.clydeinc.com
18 U.S. CONCRETE INC. / HOUSTON
Filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy protection in April 2010, and reports plans to emerge from bankruptcy by the end of August 2010. www.us-concrete.com
19 DUNN CONSTRUCTION CO. / BIRMINGHAM, ALA.
Originally a railroad construction company, Dunn started Mississippi Materials Co. (MMC) in 1927, now the largest ready-mixed concrete supplier in Mississippi. MMC, and subsidiary Bayou Concrete, serve the Southeast U.S. www.dunnconstruction.com
20 ITALCEMENTI GROUP / NAZARETH, PA.
Transparent cement is a recent innovation of this company, which has 39 concrete plants in North America. The Italian Pavilion at the Shanghai Expo was built with this advanced construction material. www.italcementigroup.com
21 VOTORANTIM / BRIDGEVIEW, ILL.
A major player in Brazil, Votorantim has several North American plants. In Feb. 2010, it bought portions of Cimpor, Lafarge, and Cinveste. Its agribusiness is one of the largest producers of concentrated orange juice. www.votorantim.com
22 TITAN AMERICA / NORFOLK, VA.
This subsidiary of Greek-owned Titan Cement Co. is a leading cement and building materials producer in the Eastern U.S.; subsidiaries include Essex, Roanoke, Separation, and Tarmac. www.titanamerica.com
23 BORAL / ROSWELL, GA.
Headquartered in Australia, this multinational company has extensive operations in the U.S. and Asia. This year, Boral was ranked #61 on Corporate Knights magazine's Global 100 list of the most sustainable companies in the world. www.boral.com
24 IRVING MATERIALS INC. / GREENFIELD, IND.
Supplies ready-mix in Indiana, Kentucky, Tennessee, southwestern Ohio, southeastern Illinois, and northern Alabama. Subsidiaries include Specialties Company and E & B Paving. www.irvmat.com
25 IMPULSORA TLAXCALTECA / MEXICO CITY
Focused on Mexican infrastructure development, this producer is Mexico's leading manufacturer of precast concrete structures, construction and rehabilitation of railways, and concrete sleepers. www.itisa.com.mx
26 PAVESTONE / DALLAS
Since 1980, this company has manufactured segmental concrete products for various markets. The Pavestone Institute of Hardscape Technology offers a curriculum in hardscape business. www.pavestone.com
27 CARDI CORP. / WARWICK, R.I.
This highway construction company founded in 1900 provides concrete to Rhode Island and other parts of New England; also operates Hopkins Hill Sand & Stone in Rhode Island. Producer was awarded funds to refurbish the Sakonnet River bridge portion of Route 24. www.cardi.com
28 COUNTY MATERIALS / MARATHON, WIS.
A producer of circular and elliptical concrete pipes, along with precast concrete products, this company has more than 30 Midwest locations. www.countymaterials.com
29 VICAT GROUP / STOCKBRIDGE, GA.
Joseph Vicat started the French company in 1853. Current projects include flight terminals at Atlanta's Hartsfield-Jackson Airport and a high-performance concrete block house. www.vicat.com
30 METROMONT CORP. / GREENVILLE, S.C.
Precast producer is planning a new plant in Florida. In June 2010, CEO Rick Pennell was named chairman of the board for precast entity AltusGroup Inc. www.metromont.com
31 MEADOW VALLEY / PHOENIX
This heavy construction contractor has been providing ready-mix to Las Vegas and Phoenix since 1980. Has been awarded three Utah Department of Transportation projects in the past eight months. www.meadowvalley.com
32 CEMSTONE / MENDOTA HEIGHTS, MINN.
Offers ready-mix, decorative concrete, high-performance concrete, aggregates, concrete block, brick, and decorative stone. Supplied decorative concrete for the Minnesota Twins' new Target Field. www.cemstone.com
33 LATTIMORE MATERIALS / MCKINNEY, TEXAS
Founded in 1961. With facilities located throughout the state, LMC is a major concrete producer in Texas; owns more than 400 ready-mix and haul trucks. www.lmctx.com
34 VALMONT INDUSTRIES / OMAHA, NEB.
Steel and spun concrete utility poles accounted for a third of Valmont's 2009 revenue. Sales were down 13%, partly due to lower spending on transmission structures by North American utilities. www.valmont.com
35 GATE CONSTRUCTION MATERIALS GROUP / JACKSONVILLE, FLA.
The oldest non-petroleum division of Gate Petroleum produces prestressed concrete for infrastructure, commercial, and industrial projects throughout the Southeast U.S. www.gateprecast.com
36 A&A READY MIXED CONCRETE / NEWPORT BEACH, CALIF.
Along with A&A Concrete Supply, the Caillier family runs Associated Ready Mixed Concrete Inc. and Cemak Trucking Inc. They also specialize in onsite, portable batch plants. www.aareadymix.com
37 NEW ENTERPRISE STONE AND LIME / NEW ENTERPRISE, PA.
By mid-2009, NES&L and its subsidiaries received nearly $34 million in federal stimulus projects. The group performed almost $9 million of the work during June and July. www.nesl.com
38 CONCRETE SUPPLY CO. / CHARLOTTE, N.C.
In the past decade, this producer has grown by acquisition and now has a stake in seven local ready-mix and prestress producers. Now operates more than 30 plants in the Carolinas. www.concretesupplyco.com
39 NEBCO INC. / LINCOLN, NEB.
Began as the Abel Construction Co. in 1908 and expanded to make ready-mixed concrete, concrete pipe, and block. The producer now has an account on LinkedIn. www.nebcoinc.com
40 CRETEX COMPANIES / ELK RIVER, MINN.
Cretex Concrete Products Group grew in June 2010 when it acquired Concrete Products of Wyoming, a producer of reinforced concrete pipe and precast products. www.cretexinc.com
41 ALLEY-CASSETTY BRICK & BLOCK / NASHVILLE, TENN.
The concrete block producer began as a small retail coal business in the 1880s; still operates a commercial and industrial coal division, and a trucking division. www.alley-cassetty.com
42 HIGH CONCRETE GROUP / DENVER, PA.
This precast producer promotes “more sustainable precast,” including the CarbonCast line of C-GRID carbon fiber reinforced products and ECast with weight-saving aggregates. www.highconcrete.com
43 HARPER INDUSTRIES / PADUCAH, KY.
Operates in Kentucky, Tennessee, and Texas. President Billy Harper is a professional racecar driver on the National and International Hot Rod Association circuits. www.harper1.com
44 THOMAS CONCRETE INDUSTRIES / ATLANTA
Has four concrete laboratories and more than 40 plants in Georgia and the Carolinas. Every employee must complete Thomas Concrete Academy, an in-house concrete “basic training.” www.thomasconcrete.com
45 TINDALL CORP. / SPARTANBURG, S.C.
The precast/prestressed producer's Conley, Ga., plant received a 2009 Energy Champion Award from the U.S. Department of Energy; one of only 47 plants in the U.S. to receive the recognition. www.tindallcorp.com
46 HOLLIDAY ROCK / UPLAND, CALIF.
In 2009, supplied concrete for a $165 million San Bernardino I-10 restoration project. The producer's rapid-set mix design allowed serviceability within four hours of placement. www.hollidayrock.com
47 ERNST ENTERPRISES / DAYTON, YTON, OHIO
Third-generation, family-owned ready-mix producer also sells construction materials including finishing tools, rebar and wire mesh, expansion joints, and concrete cures and sealers. www.ernstconcrete.com
48 FABCON INC. / SAVAGE, MINN.
Earned a safety award in 2009 for operating an entire year without a single workday lost due to employee injury or illness in its Ohio operations. Also has plants in Minnesota, Pennsylvania, and Indiana. www.fabcon-usa.com
49 CONTINENTAL MATERIALS CORP. /CHICAGO
Holding company operates in two industries: Construction Products and HVAC. Its Concrete, Aggregates, and Construction Supplies division includes Castle Concrete and Transit Mix Concrete in Colorado. Sold Denver-based subsidiary, Rocky Mountain Ready Mix Concrete, in July 2009.
50 SCHWAB INDUSTRIES / DOVER, OHIO
Oldcastle Materials bought Schwab's ready-mix, block, and aggregates facilities in 2010: Twin Cities Concrete, Quality Block and Supply, and Medina Supply in Ohio and Schwab Ready-Mix and Eastern Cement in Florida.
51 ANGELLE CONCRETE / JENNINGS, LA.
Founded in 1947, Angelle has dry-batch plants and cement terminals in south-central Louisiana. Also operates as Delta Concrete and South Louisiana Cement. www.angelleconcrete.com
$51 MILLION TO $100 MILLION
52 CLARK PACIFIC / WEST SACRAMENTO, CALIF.
The producer's engineers and precast experts specialize in architectural precast systems, design/build parking solutions, seismic technological advances, and custom architectural finishes. www.clarkpacific.com
53 DOLESE BROS. CO. / OKLAHOMA CITY
Began a century ago building streets, sewers, and other public projects in the Chicago area. The producer now has ready-mix and block plants, and aggregate operations in Oklahoma and Louisiana. www.dolese.net
54 SUPERIOR READY MIX CONCRETE / ESCONDIDO, CALIF.
Supplies customers with concrete, aggregates, and asphalt from more than 20 locations. Also operates a construction supply yard with block, decorative rock, sand, tools, and building materials. www.superiorrm.com
55 R.W. SIDLEY INC. / PAINESVILLE, OHIO
The ready-mix, concrete block, and structural precast producer also offers bulk aggregates, industrial minerals, and building supplies. Subsidiary J.P. Jenks Trucking and Warehousing distributes heavy- and medium-duty trucks. www.rwsidley.com
56 TEICHERT INC. / SACRAMENTO, CALIF.
Adolph Teichert, a German immigrant, founded the company in 1887. Teichert Materials produces ready-mix and precast concrete; Teichert Aggregates is one of the largest aggregate producers in the nation. www.teichert.com
57 UNISTRESS CORP. / PITTSFIELD, MASS.
Precast and prestressed producer has its own onsite central mix concrete operation and Unistress Steelworks manufactures 99% of its own steel components. Unistress recently invested $1 milion in solar panels to improve energy efficiency. www.unistresscorp.com
58 CRANESVILLE BLOCK CO. / AMSTERDAM, N.Y.
One of New York's original block and precast producers, also produces its own sand and stone. Supplied material for the new Route 17 bypass in Parksville, N.Y., in 2009. The $92.7 milion project includes 13 new precast bridges. www.cranesville.com
59 MIDWEST PRODUCTS GROUP / JEFFERSON CITY, MO.
The company's subsidiaries, including Midwest Block & Brick and Kirchner Block, make and distribute concrete block, brick, and stone in Missouri, Illinois, Kansas, Kentucky, and Tennessee. Recently acquired Basic Block in Springdale, Ark. www.midwestproductsgroup.com
60 CAST-CRETE CORP. / SEFFNER, FLA.
Now the nation's largest producer of precast and prestressed concrete U-lintels, Cast-Crete started in 1955 with five employees who produced precast sills on a 50x100-foot lot and delivered them on a trailer pulled by a station wagon. www.castcrete.com
61 DELTA INDUSTRIES / JACKSON, MISS.
Subsidiaries include Jackson Ready-Mix, Gulf States Ready-Mix, and Pine Belt Ready-Mix. Since 1945, the producer has grown from a single plant to more than 30 locations. www.delta-ind.com
62 DORSETT BROS. CONCRETE SUPPLY INC. / PASADENA, TEXAS
In 2009, the producer worked on the Sam Houston Tollway Northeast. When completed in 2011, the 13-mile, $400 million project will complete the Sam Houston Tollway system. www.dorsettbrothers.com
63 FERRARA BROS. BUILDING MATERIALS / FLUSHING, N.Y.
Family-owned producer reduced diesel emissions in 2009 by installing CARB certified diesel particulate filters. Ferrara received a subsidy to reduce emissions from the New York State Energy Research and Development Authority.
64 STANDARD CONCRETE PRODUCTS / COLUMBUS, GA.
Precast/prestressed producer with a reputation for design/build projects, such as the Ravenel Bridge in Charleston, S.C., and recent work to replace the I-10 Mississippi River Bridge fender system. www.standardconcrete.net
65 BOSTON SAND & GRAVEL / BOSTON
Received a Green Business Award from Boston's mayor in 2009 for reducing energy consumption by 81% at a maintenance garage. The producer installed energy-efficient lighting and the state's first 100kW+ solar energy system on the roof. www.bostonsand.com
66 SILVI GROUP CO. / FAIRLESS HILLS, PA.
This ready-mix and aggregate producer says its most important infrastructure product in 2009 was its work on the Pennsylvania Turnpike. www.silvi.com
67 NEVAD NEVADA READY MIX / LAS VEGAS
Largest concrete and concrete aggregate supplier in Nevada operates more than 250 trucks and nine batch plants in the Las Vegas metropolitan area. www.nevadareadymix.com
68 SPANCRETE GROUP / WAUKESHA, WIS.
The Spancrete Studio, the first corporate-sponsored course of its kind, focuses on precast concrete fabrication and construction for architectural students in the U.S. www.spancrete.com
69 EMPRESAS MASTER / TOA BAJA, PUERTO RICO
Started in 1987, Master Products segment distributes and manufactures packaged concrete and related products under the Quikrete brand name. www.mastergroup-pr.com
70 CLAYTON COMPANIES / JACKSON, N.J.
Divisions include Clayton Concrete, Clayton Block, and Clayton Sand, in addition to 14 retail locations in New Jersey. The company started in the early 1950s. www.claytonco.com
UP TO $50 MILLION
71 TEXAS CONCRETE CO. / VICTORIA, TEXAS
Prestressed producer serves metropolitan Houston from four plants. Also worked on Dallas Area Rapid Transit infrastructure project in 2009. www.texasconcrete.com
72 EUCON CORP. / SPOKANE, WASH.
Owns Spokane Rock Products and operates as Atlas Sand & Rock in Idaho. Other businesses include DeAtley Crushing and M.A. DeAtley Construction. www.spokanerock.com
73 MACLEOD CONSTRUCTION / DENVER, N.C.
Began as a contract mowing and landscaping company; now involved in concrete pumping, flatwork, footings, poured walls, and curbs and gutters. www.macinc1.com
74 GRAND JUNCTION CONCRETE PIPE / GRAND JUNCTION, COLO.
Manufactures precast structures, concrete pipe, ready-mix, and supplies sand, gravel, and fill dirt. Serves western Colorado and eastern Utah. www.gjpipe.com
75 SEQUATCHIE CONCRETE SERVICE INC. / SOUTH PITTSBURG, TENN.
Ready-mix and block producer says 20% of work was infrastructure in 2009; has rehired some laid off drivers in 2010. www.seqconcrete.com
76 BMC ENTERPRISES INC. / ST. LOUIS
I-64 was this ready-mix producer's big infrastructure project in 2009; such work accounted for 25% of sales last year. Expects to start rehiring in 2011. www.breckenridgematerial.com
77 CENTRAL CONCRETE SUPERMIX INC. / MIAMI
Eight locations, 10 plants, 130 trucks, and 225 employees serve South Florida. Also has a concrete masonry block plant. www.supermix.com
78 OZINGA BROTHERS / CHICAGO
Company's aviation division has leased its nine-passenger Cessna turboprop aircraft to Blatti Aviation for flights to 5000 airports in the U.S. www.ozinga.com
79 MOLIN CONCRETE PRODUCTS / LINO LAKES, MINN.
Company's new 7442-square-foot design building is certified LEED Gold, demonstrating that using precast concrete can result in a sustainable structure. www.molin.com
80 EAST TEXAS PRECAST / WALLER, TEXAS
Founded in 1982, this precaster design-builds multilevel parking garages, insulated wall panels, and architectural panel façades. www.easttexasprecast.net
81 GULF COAST PRE-STRESS INC. / PASS CHRISTIAN, MISS.
Plant has access to 2000 feet of bulkheaded dock area bordering the Industrial Seaway, which provides direct access to the Gulf Intracoastal Waterway eight miles south of the plant. www.gcprestress.com
82 JENSEN PRECAST / SPARKS, NEV.
Manufactures products to meet infrastructure needs for electric, gas, water, and telecom utility Molin Concrete Products distribution, highway construction, retaining walls, wastewater, stormwater, and sewer applications. www.jensenprecast.com
83 SUHOR INDUSTRIES / OVERLAND PARK, KAN.
SI Precast Concrete division's 400 trucks deliver products throughout the Midwest from 40 plants; four other divisions manufacture funeral products. www.suhor.com
84 QUADROZZI CONCRETE CORP. / BROOKLYN, N.Y.
Supplied concrete to World Trump Tower in Manhattan near the United Nations; three-bedroom residences cost up to $5.9 million. www.quadrozziconcrete.com
85 ENTERPRISE PROPERTIES / OMAHA, NEB.
Parent of five precast concrete divisions started in 1940; projects include high-rise buildings, parking structures, bridges, and residential applications. www.enterprise-properties.com
86 NATIONAL PRECAST INC. / ROSEVILLE, MICH.
Architectural and structural precast producer was founded in 1968. With subsidiary National Precast Structural, has produced columns, beams, load-bearing panels, and stadium seating for more than 800 projects in the Midwest. www.nationalprecast.com
87 DAKOTA BLOCK CO. / RAPID CITY, S.D.
A division of Pete Lien & Sons, which began in 1944 as a rock quarry near the Black Hills; a nearby air base and interstate highway system provided much early work. www.petelien.com
88 KERKSTRA PRECAST / GRANDVILLE, MICH.
With sales off 20% in 2009, company credits lean manufacturing processes for weathering the difficult economic climate. www.kerkstra.com
89 SHELBY MATERIALS / SHELBYVILLE, IND.
Ready-mix producer credits federal stimulus package for reducing layoffs; 40% of its sales last year were related to infrastructure projects. www.shelbymaterials.com
90 MORAINE MATERIALS / FRANKLIN, OHIO
Supplies ready-mixed concrete to southwest Ohio and northern Kentucky from 13 plants; 135 trucks include region's largest fleet of front-discharge vehicles. www.mormat.com
91 MCCOIGH GROUP / TRENTON, MICH.
Donated materials to Wayne State University engineering students to build a concrete canoe for American Society of Civil Engineers' concrete canoe competition in Michigan.
92 SPEED FAB-CRETE / FORTH WORTH, TEXAS
Structural products producer is one of the few TCP100 companies whose sales increased last year. Has already started some limited hiring. www.speedfab-crete.com
93 GRECO BROTHERS / OZONE PARK, N.Y.
Founded in 1958, this ready-mix producer's two plants, 22 trucks, and one pumper can service anywhere in the New York metropolitan area. www.grecoreadymix.com
94 THE WELLS GROUP / WEST LIBERTY, KY.
Fourteen of this producer's 16 ready-mix plants in Kentucky and one in Ohio were recognized by the Kentucky Ready Mix Concrete Association for their safety records.
95 UNITED PRECAST / MT. VERNON, OHIO
This producer has five indoor production facilities, a bridge beam prestress area totaling over 1100 lineal feet of casting beds, and a fleet of more than 100 vehicles. www.unitedprecast.net
96 SCHMITZ READY MIX INC. / MILWAUKEE
Family-owned producer of ready-mix concrete operates seven plants in southeast Wisconsin and relied heavily on highway work in 2009. www.schmitzmix.com
97 W.G. BLOCK / BETTENDORF, IOWA
Established in 1884, this company has grown from a distributor of coal and ice to a manufacturer of concrete, sand, and fabricated steel products; five ready-mix plants serve the Quad Cities. www.wgblock.com
98 NITTERHOUSE CONCRETE PRODUCTS INC. / CHAMBERSBURG, PA.
Prestressed producer serving the Mid-Atlantic has started to rehire some laid off employees. William L. Nitterhouse founded the company in 1923. www.nitterhouse.com
99 B&B CONCRETE CO. / TUPELO, MISS.
Thirty percent of this ready-mix producer's business was infrastructure-related in 2009, including highway bridges and box culverts. May start rehiring this summer. www.bbconcrete.com
100 GEIGER READY-MIX / LEAVENWORTH, KAN.
Company dates back to the 1860s when Gottlieb Geiger started a small construction contracting business performing odd jobs; now serves 15 counties in Greater Kansas City. www.geigerreadymix.com
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*Ranked by 2009 Revenue
Josh Krol, Shelby O. Mitchell, and Tom Bagsarian researched and wrote the company summaries.