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Schwing America, Putzmeister America announce chief executive transitions

Sources: Schwing America, St. Paul, Minn.; Putzmeister America, Sturtevant, Wis.; CP staff

Pumping equipment and mixer truck manufacturer Schwing America announced the resignation, effective immediately, of CEO Brian Hazelton, who notified the German parent of his intention to pursue a new leadership position in the recreational vehicle industry. “Until a new chief executive office is announced, operation will be ‘business as usual’ for our employees, customer and suppliers,” notes Schwing Group CEO Dr. Gunther Abolins.

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Jenna asset deal enables U.S. Concrete to burrow deeper into New York City

Sources: U.S. Concrete, Inc., Euless, Texas; CP staff

U.S. Concrete has acquired the two plants and 52-mixer fleet of Jenna Concrete Corp. The producer has established a New York City presence over 25 years, supplying ready mixed to commercial and residential building projects in its Bronx home base and the neighboring borough of Manhattan. The Jenna assets join a Big Apple portfolio U.S. Concrete has significantly strengthened in the past 18 months through Ferrara Bros. Building Materials, Greco Brothers and Nycon Supply deals.

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Superior Concrete arrives at tiny house exhibit, 200-sq.-ft. prototype in tow

Sources: Superior Concrete Products, Euless, Texas; CP staff

Superior Concrete Tiny Houses, an affiliate of Superior Concrete Products, debuted its newest model during the 2016 Tiny House Jamboree earlier this month in Colorado Springs, Colo. The Colorado Cool is a 200-sq.-ft., one-bedroom structure built on a rugged goose-neck trailer, giving tiny home enthusiasts the ability to relocate.

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McInnis Cement sites first U.S. terminal at Port of Providence

Sources: McInnis Cement, Montreal; CP staff

Rhode Island and Providence officials joined McInnis Cement executives for an early-August groundbreaking at the deep-water Port of Providence, where the producer is building a 30,000-plus ton capacity terminal linked to its Port-Daniel-Gascons mill under construction in eastern Quebec.

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