Bridgeport Tunnel Project
Lehigh Hanson’s Bridgeport Quarry is located about 60 miles northwest of Dallas and is a key supplier of construction aggregates to the Dallas-Fort Worth area.
ENERGY STAR Cement Plants
On Monday, March 9, the United States Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) announced that 70 manufacturing plants have achieved Energy Star certification for their superior energy performance in 2014.
Mike Stanczak Receives Award
The National Stone, Sand & Gravel Association (NSSGA) has named retired Lehigh Hanson executive Michael “Mike” Stanczak recipient of the association’s highest honor for his dedication to the construction aggregates industry, his family and his community.
Themed Mixer Trucks
Campbell Concrete & Materials LLC, a Lehigh Hanson subsidiary in Houston, TX, recently unveiled a “Why We Work Safely” themed concrete mixer truck ...
Habitat for Humanity Project
On a Saturday morning earlier this year, a group of Lehigh Hanson employees from the Princeton Quarry, in Johnston County, N.C., along with their family members, joined forces with the Johnston County Habitat for Humanity ...
Nokomis Quarry Safety Achievement
Lehigh Hanson is pleased to announce that its Hanson Material Service quarry in Nokomis, Illinois, was recently recognized by the Illinois Department of Natural Resources ...
Lake Bridgeport Replant
The new plant at the Lake Bridgeport location provides another source for aggregates in the growing Dallas-Fort Worth market. The new plant was completed on time and uses the latest technology to produce consistent and high-quality products.
Concrete truck raises awareness
Campbell Concrete & Materials in Houston, Texas, unveiled their latest themed mixer truck in support of Mothers Against Drunk Driving.
Firsthand information for environmental inspectors
Hanson Aggregates in New York hosts tour for environmental engineers.
Romeoville Quarry Achieves ENERGY STAR® Challenge
The Hanson Material Service Romeoville Quarry in Illinois achieved the U.S. EPA’s ENERGY STAR Challenge for Industry by reducing its energy intensity by 10.3% within two years.