Assets of Idaho Concrete Company Acquired
BOISE, Idaho, October 3, 2016 /PRNewswire/ — Sunroc, a construction services company serving southwest Idaho, announced today it has entered into a contract to purchase the assets of Boise-based concrete company, Low’s Ready Mix. The acquisition will amplify Clements Concrete’s current production ability, making Clements Concrete among the largest ready-mix, asphalt and aggregate suppliers in the region.
Low’s Ready Mix is a concrete, grout & fill, and aggregate supplier servicing municipalities, contractors and do-it-yourselfers in the Boise, Nampa and Caldwell communities. With more than 60 years of operations, Low’s Ready Mix is a well-respected, quality-driven organization with a reputation for customer satisfaction.
“The entire Low’s Ready Mix team is exceptional,” said Mark Elder, Area Manager-Sunroc. “Having them join us at Sunroc is a natural and fitting step in our growth. We admire their core values, commitment to community and caliber of customer satisfaction. We are proud to welcome their 70 employees to the Clements Concrete team.”
Richard Frisby, operations manager for Low’s Ready Mix, will continue his position with Sunroc.
“Low’s has been an Idaho staple for over 60 years, and we feel that Sunroc shares a similar legacy of quality products and commitment to community building that has long since been a standard for our business,” said Frisby. “I am excited to continue to serve the community through Clements Concrete.”
The acquisition is Sunrocs second asset purchase in the last 30 days. C&A Paving, Co. was acquired in August, offering expanded product lines, including asphalt, asphalt paving and construction services to southwest Idaho customers.
About Clements Concrete/Sunroc Corporation
Sunroc Corporation (formerly Clements Concrete) provides construction services – including ready-mix concrete, asphalt production and paving, and aggregate supply – for southwest Idaho. In 2017, Clements Concrete, Low’s Ready Mix, and C&A Paving began operating as Sunroc Corporation.