Project Independence in Martinsburg, WV is about to get underway. This 128,000 cubic yard project will be in production for about 1 1/2 years.
We have completed the construction of the Ringer Hill Wind Farm in Springs, PA
Look Closely just this side of the lake and you’ll see the silo being lifted into place. Plant 1 is setup and close to being ready….now we wait for plant 2!
After less than 2 months, the Nissan Project has reached the 1,000,000 SqFt mark…pretty impressive!
We have begun production on a building in Smyrna, Tenn for Nissan which will make it one of the World’s largest car manufacturing plants. Clayco Construction and Lithko have brought us in as part of their team to complete this high profile, fast paced project. Aerial view of project base being prepared for…
We are extremely excited to welcome the employees of Vanceburg Ready Mix, Inc to Patriot Ready Mixed Concrete, LLC as of March 1, 2016. It is an honor to have the opportunity to acquire the assets and personnel of such a reputable competitor as we expand our business and combine our many experiences in the…
The Millenium Project at Arlington National Cemetery required exceptional focus on product quality in part because of the specialty color requirements. This Corps of Engineers project has been an honor to be involved with as we construct Columberiums, Decorative Walls, Fountains and numerous other features which were required to match color schemes in our Nation’s…
We are making progress at our Ryobi Project in Anderson, SC. This is a 1.2 Million SqFt Distribution Center utilizing Ductilcrete Floors and Tilt Wall Constuction.
Arial Photos of the construction of the Rite Aid Distribution Center, Spartanburg, SC. This was a 1.5 Million SqFt project that utilized Ductilcrete and Tilt Wall Construction.
Patriot Ready Mixed Concrete, LLC supplied 55,000 cubic yards of concrete for this monumental project in Baltimore, MD. While under construction, an additional building was added which incorporated Ductilcrete floors. Patriot worked around the clock, providing concrete for both buildings simultaneously to facilitate completion on schedule.