Gohmann Asphalt & Construction is always on the road again (and making it possible for others to go there as well). The company provides construction, paving, and rehabilitation and repair services for highways, bridges, and parking surfaces in Kentucky and Indiana. It also provides grade and drain services. Gohmann Asphalt & Construction also owns and operates six asphalt plants, four concrete plants, two limestone quarries, a trucking company, and a company that specializes in commercial, residential, and industrial construction projects. Gohmann Asphalt & Construction was founded in 1950.
One of the largest lime companies in the world, Lhoist Group of Belgium, owns Lhoist North America, which was founded in 1966. Lhoist North America (formerly Chemical Lime Company) produces lime and lime-based products derived from calcium-rich limestone. The company's primary product, quicklime (or calcium oxide) is used for steelmaking, ore processing, industrial manufacturing, and construction. The company's products also serve environmental purposes such as wastewater treatment and softening drinking water, as well as roadbed stabilization. Lhoist North America provides lime slurry (hot liquid lime) to its customers from its mobile PORTA BATCH concentrated production units.
Carillion is a major force in the UK's construction and support services industries. The company builds and manages commercial and infrastructure projects including health care, government, corporate, education, utility, and railroad projects. It also invests in public-private partnership (PPP) projects such as rail upgrades and new hospitals. The biggest money maker for Carillion is its support services segment (some 40% of revenues). It includes engineering services for the oil and gas industry, property development, property management, IT services, and staffing. Carillion operates throughout Britain, in Europe, the Middle East and North Africa, Canada, and the Caribbean.
JH Kelly gets its green from plumbing and HVAC work for industrial and institutional customers in the Pacific Northwest. Its range of offerings includes boilermaker services; civil and concrete construction; fabrication; instrumentation and controls work; process piping; and steel erection. Industrial customers come from such sectors as refining, pulp and paper, and food processing. The company also provides mechanical services to prisons, schools, hospitals, condominiums, and high-tech companies. JH Kelly, which is now in its fourth generation of leadership by the Kelly family, traces its roots to a business started in Scotland in the 1800s by Jack Kelly. The Washington operations were launched in 1923.
Bethell Group, through its subsidiaries, provides construction and rail services across the UK. The company's civil engineering offerings include earthwork, wastewater infrastructure, and highway work. Bethell's rail division specializes in electrification, station refurbishments, and civil engineering and design. Bethell Group is headquartered in the north west of England, but operates throughout the UK. Bethell sold its power services arm to Enterprise in 2009 as a way to focus on its rail and construction business. CEO Tim Kilroe owns Bethell Group.
Starfire Lumber produces planed and rough Douglas fir lumber products from its western Oregon cutting mill. The company operates sales networks in the Pacific Rim, Europe, the Middle East, Africa, and Australia. Starfire Lumber, formerly an old cedar mill, was incorporated in 1983 by Francis Engle, the company's former chairman. The Engle family continues to control the company.
Cabral Roofing & Waterproofing has them covered. The company offers roofing installation, maintenance, and repair services for mostly commercial buildings in Southern California. Its clients include architects and engineers, churches, government facilities, hospitals, industrial operators, school districts, and universities. Clients have included Bed, Bath, & Beyond, Pepsi, County of Los Angeles, and UCLA. Founded in 1997, Cabral Roofing & Waterproofing is owned by president Andrew Cabral and the Cabral family.
Saussy Burbank has a sassy attitude when it comes to building what a homeowner wants. The company constructs single-family, detached homes in communities in the Raleigh and Charlotte areas of North Carolina and in the Charleston area of South Carolina. Its houses feature two to six bedrooms and range in price from the $100,000s to $600,000. Saussy Burbank uses classic designs, contemporary floor plans, and affordable pricing to create its "customer-centered" homes. Formed in 1988, the group has built more than 5,000 new homes. The firm was acquired by The St. Joe Company in 1999, and sold to Charles Teal, Jim Burbank, and a group of North Carolina real estate professionals in 2007.
SierraPine specializes in composite and wood construction products. The priately-owned company manufactures and distributes medium-density fiberboard (MDF), particleboard, and moulding products. Formaldehyde-free products are sold under the Encore, Arreis, and Medex brands. SierraPine also distributes Carter Holt Harvey and Daiken composite products from Australia and New Zealand. SierraPine has plant and sales operations in California, Georgia, and Oregon. The company has the capacity to produce up to 1 billion sq. ft. of composite panels annually. However, demand for construction products fell during the recession and SierraPine was forced to scale back operations in 2009.
Rosboro Lumber is deeply rooted in building supplies. The company produces a wide variety of products, including studs and plywood for the homebuilding market, laminated beams and frames for heavy construction, and hardwood door and window frames through subsidiary Washington Hardwoods. The company owns timberlands in western Oregon; it also buys timber from other public and private land owners. Rosboro operates about a half-dozen production facilities. It sells its products to customers in the US, Canada, Latin America, and Japan. A group of about 60 investors owns Rosboro. T. W. "Whit" Rosborough founded the company as a small lumber mill in the 1930s.
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